The second day of our Boracay stay was the most tiring one! Goodyear prepared half a day’s worth of challenges for all its dealers. We were divided into nine teams and we had to fulfill different challenges as a team. Wow lang!
Go sexy white, go!
It was my first time to try the zipline as part of the challenge. It felt bitin because the trip was a little short! Haha
Ay nako, Goodyear! Making us carry tires! Grabehan! Hahaha
Sexy White Team Photo!! <3
After the challenge, Kathleen and I decided to take a nap then we headed back to the beach for some afternoon swimming!
We had to rush out of the beachto catch the 3:30 PM shuttle going to Boracay’s Station 2, because as I said in my first post, our hotel was a bit far from the stations aka the gimmick areas!
Kathleen enjoying her loco friooo!!!
This is what we ordered, and as usual, I forgot what it’s called. *cryyyy* It was sooo good that it really pains me that I forgot to take note of its name! :( The small cuts of raw fish on top just won my heart! <3
The sushi roll is best enjoyed with some daiquiri!
After our hearty sushi roll snack, we walked around some more to look for some dessert! And we luckily found Lemoni Cafe! (Sorry for the ugly photo. That’s the cover of the cake we bought. I forgot to take a picture of the exterior of Lemoni Cafe because I was too busy enjoying their food!
See the guy in the photo? His father started talking to us and told us that Lemoni Cafe has been part of the top 10 restaurants in the Philippines for three consecutive years already!!! And his father also recommended the Belgian chocolate truffle!
The Classic Lemon Tart was like a cupcake with a thin lemon icing on top and a bit of custard inside! Also a must try!
Especially loved this chocolate rum ball! If you want to indulge on chocolate, this is for you!
We were really desperate to be able to try more food! So, while we were on our way to the hotel shuttle line, we passed by the super submarine shop and grabbed a sub!
The Tuna Sub with Bacon tasted amazing! We ate it at the hotel while we drank our remaining loco frio!
And finally, our last but definitely not the least food find, the Belgian Chocolate Truffle which was recommended to us by the “tito” seated next to us at Lemoni Cafe. Hahaha. We were actually quite hesitant to follow his advice but damnnn thank you Tito Stranger for talking to us and recommending this to us! Foodgasm to the highest level, guys! It was like heaven was just in my mouth. It was the best P250 that I have ever spent!!! Gotta go back to Boracay to get some more!
I don’t usually take “#selfies”, but this is proof of how much I enjoyed the Belgian Chocolate Truffle! <3 <3 <3
We had our little private fire dance show with the Goodyear people.