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Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life. In March 2011 she quit her stewardess job and hasn't stopped ever since. Her motto is ''I live to travel, I travel to live.'' She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos.

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    Paul

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    I also was annoyed by the people trying to sell stuff to me in the start. But after a while I realized it’s just them trying to make a living (which is hard in the Philippines). And when you stop and talk to them most of them are actually very friendly people.

    I still get that it’s annoying though, it still can be to me sometimes like when I’m in a bad mood and I just want some quiet, but usually now I don’t mind at all anymore. I just say no thanks and they leave me alone usually (the trick is to make any eyecontact very brief only).

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Comment@ Neil.skywalker:
    I loved Boracay, Neil. There’s always both good and bad things about every single place. And I also went to Puka beach, very nice!

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    Neil.skywalker

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    Too bad you’re a bit negative on Boracay. I really liked the place. I went there in 2010 with my Russian girlfriend for two weeks and had an great time there.
    I didn’t think there were lots of European tourists. I saw lots of Korean, Chinese and Russian tourists though.
    100 pesos (couple of dollars) will take you to Puka beach by tricycle where the beach was amazing and secluded. It was awesome to snorkel there too.

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    Comment@ Missy l Sole of Missy:
    It’s the same in all the touristy destinations so not just in the Philippines :) It was not really expensive for me there to be honest as I did not pay for the accommodation, but I guess it is expensive for other foreigners. Thanks for your tips!

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    Missy l Sole of Missy

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    I am a Filipino and a frequent of Boracay. I feel sorry that you feel like other Filipinos are taking advantage of foreigners, it’s kinda difficult to accept, but yes that is true. Most of the stores, restaurants, and services in Boracay tend to increase their rates if they are catering to foreigners. Boracay vacation is actually cheap if you know how to go around. I wrote a blog about it here – http://www.soleofmissy.com/2009/12/affordable-and-memorable-boracay.html I hope it can help.

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    Marx

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    Hi, I’m starting to read your posts about the Philippines and I was glad that despite of the touristy and costly Boracay you still loved it. Well same thing for me, despite of those things I still love Boracay. I can’t blame those people who complains about the place but we do all have our own preferences when it comes to a beach. When it comes to beach party, then Boracay is the place to be. You can do beach bumming or quieter place elsewhere. πŸ˜€

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Beachstuck:
    Yes, Boracay is too pricey and overcrowded during the high seasons but it was still one of my favorite places in the Philippines. The beach is the best, especially at Station 1! Enjoy!

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    Beachstuck

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    @ Rome:My family and friends are Filipino and I am American so they have friends in Boracay and get huge discount for all of us. I will be not inclined to swim if I see algae in the water meaning high sewage dumping due to the overcrowding conditions. You’re right about overpriced tourist trap. There are many nicer quieter romantic and intimate places to visit in the Phils that are not costly.
    The beggars and persistent harassment from sellers would drive me crazy. I’ll post back when I’m done with my trip in May 2012. They might just ruin that nice little island down to a worthless place that no one will want to go to even if free. It’s overbuilt and crowded.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Rome:
    Thanks for your kind words :) yeah, filipinos can save to travel to Boracay but it is not easy to travel outside of the Philippines … Hope to go there again soon!

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    Rome

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    Hi ms sexy traveler . . . i love your blog.. very interesting..

    You mentioned in your blog where filipinos get their money to pay for expensive meals . . .a lot filipinos have well paying jobs and we save if we wanted to travel and would spend on expensive things (sometimes) . . :)

    Keep posting…. mwah . .

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ MY Photography:
    That’s exactly the 2 things I loved about Boracay and I would definitely go back for longer :)

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    MY Photography

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    I agree, Boracay is getting expensive, especially in food. I usually eat chicken inasal too. What I love about Boracay is the sunset and the beach.

    Boracay

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ jehzlau:
    Hahaha they wanted to charge my local friend in Bohol Beach Club, too. Unfair! And the weirdest how it may seem, I never went to Makati, just passed through it by taxi. Thanks for the tips, I will defo visit the Philippines again :)

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    jehzlau

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    Comment@ crazy sexy fun traveler: Hahaha… Yeah… πŸ˜€ You need to pay to enter the Bohol Beach Club, unless you’re a local.

    Try visiting Pearl Farm in Davao City, if you ever come back to the Philippines in one of your future trips.

    Good thing you’re only charged twice with the 10% service charge. Haha. If you dine around Makati, almost all of the restos charge that fee. O_O Woooooooot!

    Anyway, It’s more fun in the Philippines! Haha!

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Rose:
    Haha good to know, thanks Rose for the tips :) Next time I make sure to make local friends :) Two days were not enough the last time to do so πŸ˜‰

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    Rose

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    If you are really wondering where do locals eat in Boracay, they eat in Andoks (meal cost around 100Pesos) or sometimes in Mang Inasal (100 pesos for a chicken meal) its all over Boracay.

    but most of the locals cook their food, so we get rooms that have kitchens provided that’s why its cheaper.

    For the drinks, we drink at our place and get drank and order 1 bottle of redhorse and party all night in Station one!lol

    Befriend a local next time if your on Boracay. They know the cheaper place for coffee,shakes and booze.

    Rose of Branson show tickets

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ jehzlau:
    I got charged 10% service in restaurants only twice during 3 weeks in the Philippines :)
    I know, even at Boracay beaches I found parts of the beach with no tourists, I’m good at it πŸ˜€ And I don’t like Bohol Beach Club as u have to pay to enter the beach.

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    jehzlau

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    Most restaurants here in the Philippines adds 10% service charge. Hehehe.

    There are a lot of beaches here in the Philippines that is not crowded by tourists like Boracay. :) You should visit Bohol beach club or Pearl farm nxt time. Hehe. :)

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ belladonna:
    @ belladonna:
    Of course, Philippines are my 2nd favorite country in the world, so definitely one of the best places to visit and it has a lot to offer to everyone.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Bhety:
    Bhety, you are right! There’s many nicer places, cheaper and less crowded around the Philippines than Boracay.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ ayan:
    I so agree, Ayan. If not White beach and Pudsa beach in Boracay, there would be more reasons to not to go there … but those 2 beaches still make Boracay a paradise :)

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    ayan

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    same sentiments here…
    i am not a fan of touristy places…
    but the beach here, powdery sands and blue waters, still, despite all the things we hate about Boracay..it still is beautiful..

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    Bhety

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    I am a Filipina but Boracay is the last place that in my list… There are so much island to explore in the Philippines like the beaches of Siquijor, the remote beaches in Cebu like Camotes Island… snorkling in the rich underwater of Apo Island in Dumaguete… Go swimming in the lake in Coron Palawan…Stay in a 900 pesos a day small resort called castaway Resort in Coron where you can go boating or fishing for free… Plus the crabs is just 5 euro that’s good enough for 4 people.. Surfing in Baler… Visit the falls of Iligan City… Philippines has so much too offer than just Boracay plus its cheaper in other part of the country…

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ melo : out of town blog:
    After a long time it was a touristy pricey place for me and Boracay has one of the nicest beaches ever, so I did love it :)

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    melo : out of town blog

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    I’m glad you still loved Boracay despite of the sky rocketing prices you spent while in the Island.

    Beach Party : More fun in the Philippines

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    belladonna

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    You can also to visit another tourist spot in the Philippines. There’s a lot of beautiful views here.

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