I first heard of TravelBook (travelbook.ph) through my wife when she booked an overnight accommodation in Boracay during our first anniversary. Although we have not tried (or heard about) TravelBook before, what I liked most about the site is that it already carried a good number of hotels and lodgings. It was a good mix of easy-on-the-pocket bed and breakfast to top-tier hotels, thus catering to a broad segment of travelers. The brand TavelBook also somehow stuck to my mind because of the simplicity and straightforwardness of its name. It is a homegrown brand which aims to provide great value to every Juan.
We were already up a short moment after the morning sunshine began piercing the clouds. We had quick breakfast and, after which, immediately prepared for the arrival of our guide.
We left the city proper and took the main road. We made a brief stop to rent aqua shoes and snorkels (Php250 per person) and then proceeded to the wharf. We were informed by our guide that our boat has not yet arrived, as such, we would have to wait for some time.