Boracay Birthday 2010: Sailing!
The 3-hour sailing expedition, for me, was the best part of being in Boracay. (Oh, wait, there’s the food, too. Haha!) I suppose if I should have a base element, it would be water. What I wrote about this part last year, when I participated in Animetric’s contest:
While we really enjoyed the sights, sounds, and smell of the sea, we were actually being battered by the wind and the sun. We also encountered a slight mishap, with another boat colliding into ours, causing my hat to fly off into the sea. The only tangible protection I had left after that were my pair of sunglasses. Unfortunately, those weren’t enough to keep the onslaught of sea water from splashing into my face.
I may have lost my hat (replaced it with a better looking but cheaper one at the market), but the experience was well worth it.
The manongs who operated our banca.
This is just one of the breathtaking islands we hopped into. I don’t like bathing in beaches but I love walking on the sand and staring at wonderfully blue skies. Thank you, Supreme Artist.
(That red dot on that cloud over there is actually a helicopter.)
This must be Boracay Shangri-La.
It’s so isolated that it feels kind of lonely. I love being isolated, since my mom accuses me of being a hermit, but not when I’m in Boracay. I mean, gosh. Nag-Bora ka pa.
The stations look so small when you’re at sea.
One of my favorite pictures of me and my best friend Cris. This was taken at the end of our trip, when we were just about to disembark from the boat.
Photos were alternately taken by me and Cris (the last one by the manongs).
Up next: Boracay Food Tripping!