The SEAIR-Microtel Boracay Bloggers’ Tour Experience Day Two

If you’re thinking that our first day in Boracay is the busiest day, better think again.

I woke up at 9PM alone in the room. I blame the cozy room of Microtel Boracay for giving me a cozy sleep which lasted for hours. Most of the bloggers and staff went to the Church to attend the early mass. I asked for my breakfast coupon and ate  breakfast alone.


Lunch at Fish Bar Boracay

By 10:30AM, the Microtel Shuttle sent us to ‘D Mall for our lunch at Fish Bar. I like the simplicity of the restaurant. If i’m not mistaken, they are best known for their Fish & Chips. They offered different types of dishes. With good food and relaxing venue, we were able to know each other in a more personal level and even exchanged ideas about blogging (specifically on making money online teehee).


Gael, Gervic, Brenna, Gracee and Van


Darwin, Mica, Edcel and Gael

The blogger group was divided into two after. The other half decided to rent a boat and go island hopping while the rest tried reef walking. Since i’ve already done the reef walking once and the island hopping activity twice, I decided to just walk around the stations and took some photos.


Smooth Sailing


Wear Your Memories


Build the Castle


Nude Paintings for Sale


Party! Party! at the Beach


Life's a Beach

I found myself at Jony’s Fruit Shakes. It is one of my favorite spots in Boracay especially if you simply want to relax and enjoy the view of the beach. I waited for Gael, Darwin and Edcel for 30 minutes. They ordered shakes too and loved it!


New Jony's Fruit Shakes Endorsers LOL

It was raining that time, but it didn’t stop us from enjoying the beach. We can spot a number of tourists (mostly Koreans) having a good time. I really love the sand in Boracay. If only I can bring some home!


Darwin's attempt to try skimboarding


Our attempt to do kayak in the surfboard (LOL)


It's raining hard, but we're having fun!

The boys tried skimboarding and asked a little kid to teach them πŸ˜› Gael and I continued to swim at the beach and later on, the four of us had fun throwing Boracay sand at each other LOL!


Mica, Edcel and Gael takes a break... and takes more pictures

We went back to Microtel Boracay via shuttle at 5PM. We took a short rest and I wanted to record another dancing video at the room, but someone entered LOL. Dancing video phail πŸ˜›




Bloggers at Zuzuni

We were picked up for dinner time and this time, we went to Zuzuni. My grandparents ate there when we first went to Boracay (date without the grandchild LOL). I like the romantic feel of the place.




The Mad Photographer


I'm a happy girl, really πŸ˜€

The food selection was great (Mati Chocolate Sin 0_o) and yes, I loved the mirrors and I just couldn’t help it. Picture galore πŸ˜› (a more detailed blog post about Zuzuni soon at


Travel Henyo with Gervic

After dinner, we played the ‘Travel Henyo’ game. Our group won, but the fact that I forgot about Diniwid Beach is a total boo to me LOL.

As planned, all of us scouted for ‘Tgsh Tgsh Tgsh’ spots, but Edcel, Gael, Darwin and I ended up in Sand bar by Bamboo. Blame the talented fire dancers like Carla, Roland, Jaydee and the rest for giving superb performances when we were peeping. Ayan, pumasok tuloy kami πŸ˜› We met new friends and yes, I want to be a fire dancer!


He exudes passion, he plays with fire. - gumaganyang caption, eh (Happy Birthday Roland!)


Carla is burning on the dancefloor... with poise πŸ˜›


Darwin's Moment

We spent more than three hours in the bar before we proceeded to another bar. Thanks to Carla the fire dancer for inviting us! We were able to dance there. It’s been a long time since I last danced that way! πŸ˜›

We went back to Microtel Boracay at past 3AM (hala lagot… tayo namang lahat eh πŸ˜› ) and most of us didn’t sleep ’till breakfast.

All our bags are packed, but we are not yet ready to go. But we have to. Day three a.k.a. Monday Morning Farewell entry up next!

Special thanks to SEAIR, Microtel Boracay, Zuzuni and Fish Bar!


11 thoughts on “The SEAIR-Microtel Boracay Bloggers’ Tour Experience Day Two

  1. Vince

    Nice! I tried flying SEAIR once and that was totally awesome!

    What’s Jony’s Fruit Shakes? Is that the same as Jonas Fruit Shakes?

  2. Gervic

    Omygawd! You captured my Travel Henyo dumb moment! haha! Hindi ako maka-move on na wala man lang kaming nakuha maski isa hahaha! Suntukan na lang kasi! (sa physical games lang kasi kami magaling haha)

  3. Darwin of Damicaye

    Nice mica!hehe..

    Kuya jehz is helping me to get a domain…pag nagkataon ung domain ko is related sa boracay tour ntn,,,hahaha!sana wla pang may-ari nun..

  4. MyMaria

    Looks like a really fun trip! I miss Boracay.. haven’t been there for ages… and I need a vacation!! waaaaaaa.. i’m so jealous of you… hehe mwah! enjoy your vacay!

  5. Micamyx Post author

    @Vince – Hi Vince! No, it’s a different one. I asked one of their waiters if they have the same owner though. I got confused when Hannah blogged about it months ago hehe I thought we were referring to the same spot. Try to visit Jony’s the next time you go back to Boracay πŸ˜€

    @Gervic – Hahaha! Kami naman sa physical medyo walang laban LOL! ‘Di bale, cute ka naman dyan wehehe πŸ˜›

    @Darwin – Wow that’s nice! Magpakabait ka lang kay Kuya Jehz bibigyan ka nun ng domain πŸ˜€

    @Gracee – Hehehe true πŸ˜€ Naaliw din ako sa picture na ‘yan. Galit-galitan ever πŸ˜€

    @MyMaria – Hehehe I want to go back! Let’s go back and i’ll give you the long delayed GC there LOL

  6. Micamyx Post author

    @pusang-kalye – Yup sali ka! Lagi silang may mga contest. Add mo yung Facebook page nila πŸ™‚ Yup, si PinaySoloBackpacker nga. πŸ˜€ Gusto ko din mag-backpack somewhere na iba-iba rin kasama. Pangasinan? Game? πŸ˜›

    @Ed – Hahaha fun man jud πŸ˜›


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