Third day of Stormy Boracay 2011 and I am greeted with coffee and mess on the television cabinet.
As you could see from the lady....I mean...niece...we're pretty out and at the beach.
Being left behind, I stayed in the restaurant and got myself to the internet.
The place is filled with people, mostly, Koreans with an appetite for seafood.
Years ago, you could really get bargain prices here in the wet market especially for Filipinos wherein the vendors price their items lower versus foreigners. Nowadays, they're priced at a certain tourist rate. Only locals of Aklan would probably get substantially lowered prices.
You could try haggling these vendors but I don't think it would do much in terms lowered pricing but could be worth it for entertainment. :)
We ended up drinking and chatting in the restaurant.
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