Mt. Luho View Point
Outfit://Dress -MPT//Hat - Local Store in Boracay//Shoes - Zara//Sunnies - H&M//
We spent some time admiring the whole of Boracay from the highest point in Mt. Luho. From down the village, we each rented all-terrain vehicles and rode to the mountain top, and upon reaching, had to climb up man made bamboo stairs and bridges towards the viewing deck. I can honestly tell you that it was a tiring experience especially under the glaring sun. But all of that is forgotten the moment we saw the picturesque panoramic view of all the islands. On top of that, the sky was clear and almost all blue, complimenting everything that it surrounds. I kept telling Penguin that in our picture together where we had the skies as the backdrop, the setting is too perfect it almost looked fake. But surprise, it's all real, and according to what we heard, beyond that horizon is the borderline of Malaysia (a little trivia). Isn't it amazing to realize how small the world can be?
The rest of that day was spent swimming in white beach, enjoying other water sports activities which unfortunately we weren't able to take pictures of, and then trying out the local beachfront buffet. At night we hit the the convenience store for chips and booze, and stayed in the rest of the night drinking and laughing in our hotel rooms. If it weren't for the rain we'd be out till dawn. But funny things happened earlier on that was enough to amuse us for the rest of the night.
We're now back in Macau and I have to admit I'm already missing this little haven. Just sorting through the rest of the photos make me nostalgic. I still have so much to show and I hope you guys haven't had enough yet, because I haven't. Bear with me. Haha. See you all back soon!