El Nido at night is at the tip of the iceberg compared to the crowd in Boracay. Here are some galleries that you can check for yourself.
The photo above caught my attention, actually. Just like how Miagao, Iloilo (I have a separate post about Iloilo by the way) maintains its native beliefs and cultures and religiously observes the ordinance to close ALL its stores at 6PM, the same goes to El Nido. Most of the convenience stores close early like one crepe shop near our inn by which we had it originally marked to have a taste of their desserts. Most shops close around 10:00 PM or 10:30.
Sadly, we were craving for Magnum (Day 2) Ice Cream and this zone was a NESTLE-advocate (I have an actual post with nestle products). We ransacked every single open store and went as far as the church to take a peek. Too bad, we just pacified our sugar rush and went for a couple of beers around Pukka Bar.
The picture above was at Big Mama's and the prices ranged from 150 to 200 pesos per meal. It's way above the borderline of 60 to 80 pesos per meal in normal areas. I assure you albeit that the meals are cooked well and are deliciously prepared amidst occasional showers (it was June) which urged us to go back inside. With this in mind, traveling to El Nido would have been better around April or May.
Going back to Pukka Bar which I've almost forgot to mention, we saw celebrities like Andrew Wolf alongside his two other buddies.
The first day at Pukka bar was not too crowded compared to the second night when we checked the place out. The lights and the upbeat music attracted more people to draw near the place. There are also a couple of bars near the beach but not as artsy as Pukka Bar.
I loved the low-lying tables near the beach and the dancing folks who wanted to have a good time in El Nido. It gives me this impression to how tourists enjoy dancing near the beach with upbeat music at the background.
If you want to dance with reggae genre beats, this place is a good haven for you.
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