The Other Side of Boracay

We arrived at Station 2 just as the sun was beginning to set, its light starting to play tricks with the water. As we watched the water turn dark blue gray, the setting sun casting sparks of gold on the liquid surface, I thought: yes, this is the other side of Boracay. In between the hectic highs of the day and the vibrant beat of the night, there was this narrow window of serenity, when this famed island, just like any other island, slows and settles down, even for just a few seconds, and marks the passage of time.

The Other Side of Boracay” was created by LSS for travel site Small-Town Girls, Midnight Trains. All rights reserved.

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    Another throwback post! While some parts of the Northern Hemisphere are still stuck with snow, the heat closer to the equator is already near summer level. And what’s summer without a trip to the beach?

    Boracay is the Philippines’ most popular beach (though El Nido in Palawan is fast catching up) and more often than not it is teeming with tourists. However there are still parts of the island where you can have a small piece of white sand beach all to yourself, watch the local children play, and say goodbye to the sun in quiet serenity.

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