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Making Waves in Paradise: The Inaugural IFBT-Accredited International Beach Tennis Tournament in Boracay Island

 🏖🎾 Exciting News! 🏖🎾 Get ready to witness history in the making! Boracay Island is all set to host its FIRST International Beach Tennis Tournament from November 10th to 12th, 2023, and you won't want to miss it! 🌴🌞 Brought to you by the incredible folks at Boracay Beach Tennis Philippines, this thrilling event is ACCREDITED by the prestigious IFBT (International Federation of Beach Tennis) – a testament to the world-class quality you can expect! 🏝️🌍 This tournament will take place at the stunning beachfront of the Pearl of the Pacific Resort. 🏝️ But before we get into the tournament details, let's take a trip down memory lane. 🕰️ In the early days, with their youthful energy and boundless imagination, a group of boys took to the beachfront of D'Mall. Armed with nothing more than a makeshift net and bamboo poles, they created their own version of tennis. 🎾 Picture it: they spent countless hours perfecting their skills, diving and leaping through the sand to keep

Advocating for a Warm Welcome to Boracay: Lesley Mobo's Deleted Post

In the ever-evolving landscape of social media, voices often rise and fade into obscurity. Lesley Mobo, a celebrated fashion designer hailing from Aklan, recently shared a heartfelt sentiment on Facebook, only to have the post mysteriously disappear. In this piece, we delve into Mobo's call for a more inviting experience for tourists on the shores of Boracay. Mobo's message was directed towards the Jetty port personnel and those responsible for managing the port. He expressed his concern regarding what he saw as a lack of warmth and efficiency in welcoming and processing tourists upon their arrival. His words resonated with the many travelers who journey great distances to reach Boracay's shores. Mobo proposed that Boracay should draw inspiration from renowned tourist destinations like Thailand and Bali, where tourists are greeted with smiles and even performances upon arrival. Mobo's central message was crystal clear: the current system for island crossing, with its nu