Stunning rock formations in Boracay Island

I took these photographs of rock formations at the far end of Station 3 in the world-famous Boracay Island, Philippines. The place is ideal for those who want to be free and wild.


The place is so inviting you wouldn’t have a second thought of swimming.



simply beautiful. I’d rather sit here and weave my stories.


Getting there. The tiny island of Boracay belongs to Aklan in Panay, south of the bustling crowded and fast pace city of Manila. Its capital town of Kalibo, where the world-renowned Sto. Niño Ati-Atihan Festival is annually celebrated, is a 50-minute away from Manila by plane.

Another gateway and jump-off point to Boracay is Caticlan, about 80 minutes from Manila by plane. Flights are offered daily at Godofredo Ramost Airport. To reach Boracay Island, tourists must set their feet first on the shores of Caticlan. Separated from the island of Boracay by about 1.2 kilometers, it is both the entry point and the exit point.


IMG_3984THE BLOGGER. Ulysses Espartero is a journalist, speechwriter and publicist who traces his roots from two Philippine jewels – Laguna and Antique.  While in Dubai, he enjoyed his expat life documenting the struggles and victories of migrant workers in the Gulf Cooperation Council states. In 2014, he released Precious Gems in a Desert of Gold, the first and only coffee table book about Filipino achievers in the United Arab Emirates. Connect with him on facebook.

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