Boracay girls & enjoying your holiday
By Axel (from Prachuap)
Boracay girls tend to be decent, traditional girls compared to their sisters that work in destinations popular with sex tourists. On my trip there I wasn't expecting anything romantic, I just wanted to visit the island for its beautiful setting, but romance managed to blossom all the same.
My expectations of the island were high because of a friend of mine had raved about it for some time. Santiago would go on like this, "Picture a long beach, with perfect white sand and a refreshing breeze, lined with lush coconut palms. The hotels, restaurants, and bars are right there on that beach, it’s paradise!
The white sands of Boracay beach, widely regarded as one of the Philippines' best.
As you may already know, many Filipina girls can sing and dance like nobody's business; their familiarity with English language makes them much better than their average counterparts in other SEA countries when it comes to belting out a western tune, and singing is a part of the local culture.
Regular Boracay girls; meeting Lyn
On my first morning on Boracay I rose up fresh as a daisy and went for a long stroll on White Beach. I bought a cool coconut from a rickety stall on the sand and noticed that the girl behind the counter had a blinding smile and a voluptuous body... a nice sight to start the day!
Her name was Lyn and she was single, her English was good as it is with most Boracay girls, and she was really easy-going, so the conversation between us flowed naturally.
By the time I left the coconut stall I had arranged a date for the evening and was looking forward to the Boracay nightlife. I wouldn't even have tried that stunt back in the West, but it’s much easier with Filipina girls, just as it is with most Southeast Asia ladies.
The Bom Bom Bar was packed with tourists that night and there was a groovy reggae band playing. I sat down at the bar and ordered a San Miguel, the most popular beer in the Philippines. There she was, Lyn smiled like a star. She wore a white tank top, light blue mini denim shorts, and white flip flops. She was stunning.
We talked, drank beer and ate for most of the evening, the time flew by. Later that night, Lyn asked me if I wanted to go snorkeling at Puka Shell Beach, the next day – to which I readily accepted.
We spent some time walking on the beach, hand in hand, and I will never forget her sweet smile and the breeze in her long hair, as we walked barefoot in the sand. What a blissful moment. That night Lyn stayed with me at the resort.
The next morning we rented snorkeling gear from the resort and took a tricycle to Puka Shell Beach. What a peaceful place compared with White Beach; it was far less developed and there was hardly anyone around, a real pristine spot that I can recommend to anyone thinking of finding somewhere relatively remote to spend some alone time with a lady.
We hung out at the beach for a few hours and had lunch. By the time we left the restaurant I could tell that my back had gotten sunburned – that’s something to be careful of with snorkeling, so consider getting some waterproof sunblock if the idea appeals to you. Afterwards, we went back to my place and did what adults do.
Lyn and I kept in touch and met again a few months later; I didn't tell her I was coming and just showed up at the coconut stall, surprise! She was delighted to see me and it was the start of another tropical romance.
If I had to offer any advice about Boracay girls it would be don’t hold back. They might not be as forthcoming as the girls in other places, but they are approachable so man up and get on with it or you’ll miss out on something special.