I had a really great long weekend last week. Who would have thought that Jonjie and I would make it to Boracay? It's a shocking revelation considering how domesticated we are.
Time is precious for us as a couple. Living in separate cities and regions makes time spent together really special regardless if we're just hanging out at our house or grabbing late night burgers whenever he goes home to me. Aww!
The magic of Boracay will never fade. This is an understatement regardless of the bad press this beautiful place in Aklan gets. Although it rained every night when we were there, I don't regret it since we always woke up to super calm beach waters.
Good morning, paradise!
What a beauty!
So for 4 days, it was all sun and sand for the both of us. It's nice to spend time away from the usual comforts of Metro Manila. We promised ourselves that we go to Boracay again before December, the month when each of our sisters will get married :) Please remind us to bring our running shoes the next time we hit Boracay. We had no idea that the coast is a great place for a morning jog before swimming.
And of course, what's Boracay without coffee and calamansi muffins from Real Coffee and Tea Cafe?
And did you know that from station 1, Real Coffee's now in station 2? They are at the 2nd floor of a PADI dive shop. Unlike their old location, Real Coffee offers amazing seaside views making it the best place to enjoy a cup of good brew and their famous calamansi muffins + other baked goods. That's why of the 4 days we were there, we visited the cafe thrice - brewed coffee, calamansi muffin and fudge brownie overload for me as he flipped through Rogue and car magazines. Thanks love for understanding my need for familiarity.
Also, what's Boracay without shakes from Jonah's? Aaaaaahhhh I can live here forever!