My Adventures to Philippines Boracay Part 2- Sea Activities

Hi Everyone, is Dblchin again!
This post is all about the outdoor activity we did during our Boracay Trip but first let me introduce you to the awesome breakfast at Christina's.
Situated near the sea, infact very much seaview, this restaurant serves a wide variety of servings.
Among the huge selections are hams, Cheeses, pastries and not forgetting large portion of fresh fruits. Aside from the buffet spread we are also given a few breakfast platter to select from the menu.
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Here's my pick from the menu: Toast, bacon, Scramble Eggs, shrooms and tomatoes.
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Incase you are a lottery addict, please feel free to use my room number for your 4D inspiration.
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Right next to me is the honeymoon suite, as I walk past towards the stairway leading to christina's, I realised they have an extra courtyard.
So keep in mind for Boracay Regency honeymooners, if you are looking to look a larger resort you could consider this.
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My #LOTD, keeping my makeup simply and neat: brows, mascara (waterproof) and a tinge of blush.
I sweep my hair back to a classic french braid and bobby pin the stray ends, it helps when the sea breeze comes along.
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Since I'm island hopping today I need to wear light because is going to be a hot hot day.
A option to protect your face from the sun, bring along a sunhat that comes with chin strap because is going to be very windy out there.
Please do not try attempt to wear covered shoes or wedges because, the seawater is going to get in the boat and soak your sneakers, wedges and what have you. Beach Slippers are the best.
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Getting ready to head to the beach.
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My companions, Hanjoo and Atsuko
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The locals wished to stay fair too! lol.
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Off we go!
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Valyn and Hz!
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Now you see me dry...
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...and then u see me wet!
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ok, how did it happen?
with this!
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Thats the headgear for helmet diving, it weighs between 3-6kg. Very Heavy on dry land and still heavy deep down sea but I had so much fun feeding the Fishes!
Here's a compilation of pictures taken from Karen's camera

And the ones from Valyn's Camera
Quality of Valyn's camera seems to look better than Karen's, if you would like to know the brand of her underwater camera, is Lumix Panasonic Dmc-tz10. I'm hoping to get one myself too!
See the school of fishes coming towards us, we had a fun time feeling, touching and of course feeding them. Well, thats the only way to lure them over.
The waters at this section is around 4 meters deep, guided by an experience diver we placed our heads in that heavy helmet I've mentioned earlier as we head down, surprisingly this huge thing helps to regulate oxygen and we are able to keep ourselves dry and breathe freely inside. Unfortunately, the helmet supposedly to feel much lighter in the water is still feeling pretty heavy underwater.

One of the divers took a starfish up onto the boat and I managed to take a few photos before throwing it back to the sea, I'm so afraid it'll die!
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Delighted to touch a starfish!
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As we head for our snorkelling segment, I excitedly put on my equipment and waited almost impatiently.
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Without a word, I jumped straight off the boat to snorkel.
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Karen and me having a great time !
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Then comes the MTV King.
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We also did the Banana Boat ride, thanks to pictures from Valyn because I didn't managed to take any with mine.
We were cruising nicely on the banana boat when the skipper decides to get real naughty and tries to capsize the boat, I already had anticipated this so I tighten my grip instead. Unfortunately Hazel couldn't hang on very well and she sorta got fling off the boat, into the sea of course. It took her a while to climb back onboard as we cruised back to the our meeting point.
Girl Power Rocks!

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Do stay tune to my next post, it'll then be part 3!

*For Sea activities like Helmet diving, banana boat ride, Snorkelling, interested parties please email your reservations to or call +632 8880228 for further enquires.

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*This trip is sponsored, opinions are my own

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