Just got back from a short four day trip to Boracay. I was there shooting a one off travel show for ATV. Beautiful island. The water is possibly the clearest water I've ever seen. It has been such a long time since I've been anywhere near water that crystal clear and sand that fine and white, that I, a swimming pools only kinda gal because there are no large fish to eat you, spent a good two hours frolicking in the ocean. There were a lot of tourists around but we managed to find some somewhat secluded spots to film.
So we land in Manila, and are transferred to the domestic airport, which was obviously built in the 70's or early 80's and hasn't been touched since.
And as we are waiting for our next flight I stumble across this phone that only allows calls to Korea. Totally odd don't you think?
Then we took a "ferry" to Boracay. It was a bit of a mission getting to this island but I was excited to be on an island. Any island. And the first day of shooting we wake up at 6 a.m. to this....
Yes there was minor flooding. Buzz kill.... But then, like a gift from the heavens the clouds parted and we were able to finally dip into those emerald waters.
| 拍了一些我骑马的镜头 Being interviewed at the end of the trip about my thoughts on Boracay. Notice that in this photo I am 15 shades darker then when I arrived. Yes, as the title of this blog says, I was burnt to a crisp. Even with SPF 55 on!
Overall its a pretty nice place although a lot of it is under development. When all the building is done there will be a ton of nice resorts, although I don't know if that's such a good thing...
| 節目的尾聲是采訪我對長灘島的看法。註意到沒有，我已經比來時黑了15度。就象標題寫的，我已經被烤黑了，即便搽了SPF 55的防曬油!