Articles by Phillippa Stewart

An Adventure for Foodies: D’Talipapa Fish Market

An Adventure for Foodies: D’Talipapa Fish Market June 16, 2010 | Food | Read More
For a fun, and more interesting, meal out head to the fish market and choose your own food. The stallholders sell the catch of the day and it can range from tuna steaks to shrimp, to white bait and rainbow fish. Simply choose your fish, your cut and tell the stallholder how much you want. By Phillippa...

One Night in Boracay

One Night in Boracay June 16, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
By Phillippa Stewart If you’re short on time in Boracay here are some suggestions to make the most of the night. Start the night by hiring a local sailing boat and aim to be out on the water for sunset. There is nothing more relaxing than watching the sunset and then lying back on the boat...

Best Hotel for Watersport Fanatics

Best Hotel for Watersport Fanatics June 16, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
One Boracay’s hidden gems is Reef Retreat. This homely and quirky hotel is situated on the kitesurfing beach – Bulabog – perfect if you are on holiday to kitesurf or windsurf. You can literally roll out of bed and be on the beach in one minute. Matt and Clare the owners are really...

Kitesurfing in Boracay

Kitesurfing in Boracay June 16, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
By Phillippa Stewart Dangling at the end of a kite, on a windy day, and with a board strapped to your feet might not be everyone’s idea of fun. However, if this does appeal then Boracay is considered to be one of the best places in the world to kitesurf. The warm, shallow waters and reliable...