Lemoni Café : This is one of my favorite restaurants in Bora, it has many healthy and light options perfect for the hot weather of the island. I love their BIG SALADS and most of their smoothies and shakes, however I would stay away from their Mango Lemon Shake. (Sorry Lemon Café, I love you but it was hard to drink.)
♥ Lemoni Café Love List:
Marinated tomato, mozzarella and basil sandwich
Spicy Chicken Wrap
Greens, mozzarella, grapes, walnuts bound with balsamic vinaigrette
Greens, shrimp, mango, fresh herbs and wasabi dressing
Pineapple Coconut Shake
Banana Coconut Shake!!!!
Watermelon Ginger Juice
→ Must Try
Street Mango Shakes!! (Here’s a little secret,either brown sugar or condensed milk is used to make most of the fruit shakes :-O )
♦ True Food in Station 2 had REALLY good naan and tabouleh, plus it was pretty cheap!
♦ Hama Japanese Cuisine: D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S-! Love their Miso Soup, Sashimi and Sushi Rolls!
♦ Cyma Restaurant is also a must try, sadly I don’t have any pictures of their delicious dishes because I was always TOO HUNGRY to wait for my bf to take out the camera!
It takes 2 planes , a bus ride , a boat ride and another bus ride to get to Paradise(Boracay).
Bora is a small island in the Philippines perfect for kitesurfing , scuba diving , snorkeling and even wall climbing ! The once spanish colony has that “something” that made us feel at home from the moment we landed at Clark. You can easily hear some spanish words when they speak , and their facial features resemble those of us latin americans.
If you like adventure , Boracay should definitely be on your list.