5 Things To Do Near Le Village Hostel Moalboal To Help You Move On
You just suffered from a devastating heartbreak after falling out of a five-year relationship because she never found the one in you, plus she kind of met The Script’s lead vocalist on Twitter.
Or you believed you were romantically dating someone but you never expressed your true intentions so she thought you were just being the ultimate nice guy treating her to fancy restaurants resulting in you being seriously broke and getting stuck in the dreaded friend zone.
Or you wanted to win the heart of this one lovely woman at work and she chose the guy with the Ferrari because he really had a great personality. Don’t worry Juan dela Cruz, I know you’re awesome, you just prefer riding the public jeepney.
That sucks man, I know. Been there, done that. My advice? Shake it off in Le Village Hostel near Panagsama Beach in Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines.
You might wonder why. Four words bro: drop dead gorgeous backpackers, and they are from around the world, which I believe is kind of refreshing for you after experiencing love problems with Filipinas, no offense ladies. Wait, I’m not sending you there to Le Village Hostel to seduce anyone. I just want you to meet new people, have fun and find a beautiful distraction. I believe there’s nothing wrong with that since you are back on the market. And man, just by looking at you, honestly? You seriously need a break, so trust me on this.
Okay, let’s try and simulate you going there, fast forward, you arrive at Le Village Hostel haggardly but with swagger. Find Jhaye or Ken and tell them I sent you, they’ll help you ease the pain.
When you finally reach your bunk bed and meet your bunk mates, just smile, introduce yourself and get to know everyone, including the guys. Trust me, each individual has an interesting story to tell especially after traveling around the world.
The secret here is to just go with the flow, be harmless and try to engage with everyone without appearing too needy. Just be cool and don’t be full-blown weird just yet, it’s still too early for that, just wait and see.
The moment will come when out of the blue, a lovely girl from Chicago would ask you what the fun things to do in the area are since you’re obviously a local despite having a seamless accent. And instead of looking like an idiot, thankfully, you are reading this article which will teach you #HowToSLAY, basically, how to wing this tour guide thing to let your new friend experience the best of Moalboal through you, you friendly and lovable human. Don’t worry because the team at Le Village Hostel will happily assist you with everything you might need about these activities, so here we go:
Ascending peaks with a panoramic view, climbing down waterfalls, jumping off thirty meter cliffs, spelunking and navigating through slippery trenches, swimming and floating on ice-cold turquoise waters, balancing on rocks and bamboos under a lush rainforest plus the adrenaline high that comes with it.
This is also a perfect time to get to know your lady friend since the activity would require more than sixteen kilometers of trekking and would take at least three hours to finish.
Total calories burnt: a slice of pizza.
2. Panagsama Beach
Le Village Hostel is just a few hundred meters away from all the souvenir shopping, food tripping, discovery diving, nightlife and bar hopping. The keyword here is: Chili Bar.
3. Le Village Hostel
Play poker and other card games, watch movies from a pirated DVD, read a novel or sing karaoke, have a cooking contest, divide into two teams and play flip cup which results to binge-drinking or basically just goof around like in the crazy fun college movie franchise, American Pie. The best part? You can do all these for as low as 350 pesos a night.
4. White Beach
More than a kilometer stretch of fine white sand good for romantic walks during sunsets. This is also a good place for playing Frisbee, flying a kite and holding hands. You may rent a bicycle or a scooter at Le Village Hostel to reach this part for a fun experience.
5. Pescador Island, Cliff Diving, Sardine Run and Swimming With Turtles
Nothing beats a beautiful sunrise unless you got a horrible #WokeUpLikeThis look. Probably with a stroke of luck, you’ll see wild dolphins alongside the boat you’re riding.
If she’s courageous enough, challenge her to go cliff diving once you reach the island. She’ll never forget you especially after screaming your mother’s name upon jumping.
Afterwards, go snorkelling with her and see the diverse marine life and coral species. Look for blue translucent creatures and watch out for tiny and transparent jellyfish because their saliva sting like crazy. Or better yet, let them hurt you intentionally so that she’ll nurse your battle wounds afterwards.
Ask the boat operator to take a souvenir photo of you both being enveloped by a school of sardines. That photo would surely gather a thousand likes on Instagram and would make your ‘girl friend’ question herself why she didn’t choose you in the first place.
Finally, share an intimate moment with her while gliding with turtles underwater. Who doesn’t love the pawikan? I guess only those poachers who should be turned over to the President.
Well I guess you’re ready Juan dela Cruz especially after following @slaypinas on Instagram.
Now take a shower, pack your bags, head over to Le Village Hostel and slay.