Sunday, October 5, 2008

Vacation: Microtel Inn & Suites Boracay

We really had a long day today after hosting our annual barbecue party. The sudden downpour of rain and the abrupt power interruption didn't make things easier. But everyone had a blast so we think we deserve a pat in the back.

It is during these times that our stacked memories of our days in the pristine island of Boracay comes in really handy. That trip was the highlight of our 2007 because of reasons we'll share in the succeeding paragraphs. We get instantly negate of stress whenever we were reminded of the azure waters and the games. We would like you to experience paradise through our bit story and photos.

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We were billeted at Microtel Inn & Suites Boracay, where we had two massive chiropractor-approved beds during our entire stay.

Our first day in Boracay concluded with a hearty dinner hosted by Microtel Boracay, with the evening sky as nostalgic backdrop. It’s as if every night was a photo-op opportunity waiting to be captured.

Dean Cid, Microtel marketing manager, shared with us how the hotel is doing its share to preserve the environment by having its own sewage treatment plant and its almost zero-chlorine pool. That’s enjoying nature minus the guilt.

Microtel, the hospitality arm of the Phinma Group, is the first international chain hotel to open in Boracay. The two-story hotel has 51 rooms each having two queen-size beds, an impeccably landscaped lobby, an Internet booth, a pool and a restaurant fronting the pristine waters of Boracay.

Fun games

Day 3 commenced with an adrenaline-packed set of games prepared by the staff of Microtel Inn & Suites, Boracay. Taking inspiration from the “Survivor” series, the games were tailored to suit the young and young at heart alike. Pick-up sticks, jackstones, marbles, hoolahoop, tumbang preso, luksong tinik and jumping rope pretty much made up the majority of the games.

Our camera phones had immortalized our memories of the island, but the kindness of the people we’d met would be in our hearts.

We can't wait to be back this December! *crosses fingers*

1 comment:

Boracay Hotels said...

Wow, this is great. How many days did you stay there? lovely photos. There a good atmosphere there in boracay especially in nightlife. Thanks for sharing

Tanya Gemarin

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