10 Photos: Boracay

The island of Boracay will always be one of the good beaches, if not the best. Everything can be equated with it. White sand. Powdery sand. Crystal clear water. Blue waters. Relaxing trip. Memorable nights. And even love.

With its popularity around the world, summer is incredibly fun-filled in the island, with people coming from different parts of the globe representing all walks of life. Nights are alive and marvellously warm. People flock to where the white sands are. They choose to get tanned under the sand while lying on the beach or prefer to read their favourite books under the seemingly woven rachis of coconut palms. Some move to the quieter sides, like Puka and Bulabog beaches. Food establishments and resort hotels are on the rise.

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Boracay is built in white and blue, like the water and the sand.. and the sky and the clouds.

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The sailboats form part of the Boracay scenery.

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Boracay is fun. Even these chairs exude happiness.

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The colours of these items on sale make this shop exciting and attention-grabber.

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During the rainy months, windbreakers are usual sights in the island. Somewhat destroys the scenery, but offers protection to the island, including the people in it.

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One of the popular activities in Boracay is parasailing.

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And yes, I want to have a house like this.

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Sunsets in Boracay are awesome.

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This resort is at Bulabog Beach.

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The whole island of Boracay is filled with charm and magic.

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This is Bulabog Beach. Locals say that if the water here is calm, expect that the other side is the exact opposite.

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The gorgeous 7 Stones Suites facing Bulabog Beach.

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Coconut palms in front of the soon-to-be Aqua Boracay.

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A boat parked at Bulabog Beach.

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