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boracay july 2014 part two: d’talipapa x all you can eat seafood

Posted on: July 21, 2014

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we decided to go to d’talipapa to buy a few things… it’s like divisoria, only so much cleaner but with a horrible drainage system, hahaha. it rained that day and we had to wade in the water just to buy some souvenirs.

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this is probably the best place for a keepsake in the whole island, they sold so many trinkets, pens with cute toppers, colorful ref magnets, and slippers in all shapes and sizes, they even have watermelon shaped ones.

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the best items for me though were the native crafts and those that were made with local materials. there was a place that sold suits made of coconuts, lol. there were pretty shells and puka accessories, ukuleles and maracas too. i got some egg shakers!

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we also got some customized keychains, chose a purple surfboard shaped one, heehee. the artist had untintentionally made color splatters on the sidewalk. he probably doesn’t care about it but it kind of looks interesting.

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i guess after all that shopping, we got really hungry, we picked a random seafood buffet restaurant and ate everything…

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filled my plate with mussels and clams! noms. those were so good. also had some adobo, and ampalaya on a rice mound. takaw lang!

yun lang muna.

♥ melai

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[…] ate at the old all you can eat seafood restaurant, where we ate the first time we went to boracay and bought trinkets and pasalubong after. this was […]

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hello, my name is melai and i write to document the places i’ve been to, the things i’ve seen, and the books i’ve read. sometimes, i also write about food.

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