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Our family of 16 went to have dinner at the old talipapa in station3. Chanced upon Diwata who are waiting for customers. She was very easy to talk to. I told her that my cash ( all transactions here are cash basis)was limited and we...More
If you wish to enjoy the taste of the sea and the briney taste that saliviates, then thisnis the best place to be!
Here's the catch - you roam arround a fresh market where you can find live lobsters, fresh clams, oysters... name it! The...More
I went to Boracay with my family (13 of us) and on our 2nd night we decided to try out D'Talipapa.
First, everything was ridiculously overpriced. We had to haggle and bargain insanely to get a passable but still expensive array of fish, prawns, squid,...More
MUCH MUCH CHEAPER than Endeqal Paluto (near station 2) just walk or take a tricycle for 10 pesos for each person ask them to drop you at Island Mall and go inside the alley behind Budget Mart, to the left, you wont miss it.
was actually brought to an alley where it wrote D'talipapa.
Tricycle guy brought me to this alley where i asked the price of the seafood was so insanely crazy the price.
went to google to search "D'Talipapa" to my surprise the other market is hidden...More
Always always my favorite place where wet market meets the seafood restaurant. Love the idea you can pick fresh seafood(like any seafood) and take it somewhere around where restaurants cook it for your! Always come here before leaving the island to have a butter garlic...More
A 10 minute tricycle ride from our Station 2 hotel. Souvenirs are somewhat cheaper there than those on the beachfront and lots of choices too. My only concern is the dusty road that triggers my sinus problems- there are roadworks in progress though- so hopefully...More