Aria: Boracay's Italian Melody
by: Beatriz Acosta, ClicktheCity.com
Boracay has been teasingly described as "Manila... only with less clothing" when it hits its peak months. Expect the little island to be swarmed by both Filipinos and foreigners alike, all eager to party it up by the sand, later on coming home all golden and tanned, with so many colorful stories and photos to share. If Boracay to many is where they can frolic their latest swimwear (and hard-earned toned bodies), Boracay to me is an exciting food hub, a melting pot of different exciting cuisines which I can partake amidst the most spectacular sunsets, while enjoying powdery white sand between my toes. Whenever I plan to visit the island, my food itinerary is instant priority.
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