boracay august 2014 part one: cohiba villas

Posted on: September 22, 2014

one month later, i was already back at boracay, so lucky my dad decided to go and treat us, huzzah! dad wanted to book a house probably because this was going to be our first ever fambam and staying in separate rooms in a hotel won’t really allow for much bonding… there were other villas available near white beach but all had something that we didn’t want such as a minimum stay of five days, no kitchen and dining areas, and for the love of buddha, one went as high as 100 thousand pesos a night–that place did come with a butler though, lols.

finally found cohiba villas, which is far from white beach but would only charge for the duration of our stay, had a fully equipped kitchen, and had the cheapest rates too.


the entrance reminded me of an art gallery… it had paintings and some wooden sculptures. oh yes, selfie by the mirror din. of course it leads to…


the living room, kitchen, and dining area … loved the water lily sofa and nothing beats putting your feet up while watching tv! the kitchen was pretty nice, really nice kitchenware too but they had some m&m mugs for some reason, haha. we didn’t use the dining table much, everybody ate in the kitchen island near the food or lounged around the sofa.


my niece who is also a tiyanak sometimes, heehee. she’d run around and say ‘poppy pop’ and ‘tita’ and that’s totally adorable although she has mastered wailing and crying too.


the master’s bedroom was awesome… because it had a cat statue in it, hahaha! i mean it was pretty spacious, and had it’s own bathroom. also, the wifi router’s in it…


we like chillin’… asian poses for my american dad. why are you so good looking, huh? yeah, i’m still small, boo.


the rest of us stayed in the second and third rooms. both were spacious and comfortable too. we got the regular amenities like towels, slippers, toiletries and the like. on a side note, there’s a restaurant in case you get hungry and are too lazy too cook and vans are available every hour if you want to go to white beach.


over-all cohiba villas is a great place, specially if you’re not into the wild crowds at white beach and if you’re going to boracay as a family. their staff are very helpful as well. oh and may i add that they have an amazing infinity pool! it’s best to take a dip at night!

yun lang muna.

♥ melai


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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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