Our southern end of White Beach has few if any group tourists with a variety of longer term foreign expat residents. It's easier to swim in the turquoise family friendly sea and relax while sipping a cold drink under coconut trees.What's not to love?
In the spirit of Mabuhay to “live and let live”, due to recent social friction between yearly guests, we feel the need to remind all residents at Casa Camilla to be tolerant and respectful to each other. In Hawaii, “Ohana” , meaning we who work and live together are family, is frequently used and seems to apply to this situation. Bill and Lorna love to party as much as anyone and love to share in the celebration of life but we do have school children and teachers and “early risers” living at Casa Camilla so for all the “night owls” please transfer your partying to the beach front after 11PM from Sunday to Thursdays. And likewise to all the early morning risers please keep in mind there are “night owls” who are in their deepest sleep when you wake up so though you may feel exuberant and excited enough about each new day to shout it to the heavens please save it until you reach the public beach in front of the first coconut tree where Casa Camilla property begins.
Please clean the sand off you feet to help prevent major plumbing problems
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I'm a Filipina, Philippine passport holder married to an American expat for over 33 years. We love traveling the world, reading novels and magazines, watching films and comedy, taking long walks on the beach and are actively involved in real estate investment and our two small businesses, The Townhouse Hotel Manila near all 4 Manila airports and Casa Camilla Boracay Apartments located on 2000 sqm of beachfront land on Boracay Island's famous white beach which help pay for our lifestyle.