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I remember my first time to try surfing. It was in Lanuza back in November 2015 and it was a disaster. I’m not prepared and I did not know what to expect. But despite the not so good experience about this activity, I decided to try it again. Indeed, you have to give it a second try before saying “I’ll never do it again”.I already said it before, and I will say it again. Surfing is the only activity that gave me a good feeling, even if I would end up with multiple bruises. I would gladly…


Two months ago I visited Siargao and until now I still can’t move on. No days have passed without thinking when will I go back. I’m not sure why, but what I know is there’s something in the island that made me fall in love with it. Maybe it’s the waves, the people, the vibe. I can’t specifically point out what it is. Maybe the whole package the island can give.  I don’t know. What I know for sure is there’s a lot of things going on in this simple yet amazing island…


Can’t deny it, but I’ve been into surfing lately. It was all started in Lanuza, then I got stoked in Mati, and tried it here in Sabang Daguitan Surf Camp in Dulag, Leyte. I don’t know what’s with this activity, and why it is so addicting so don’t ask me. Just try it and don’t ever blame me if you’ll be the next addict. Haha.I must say that Sabang Daguitan Surf Camp is a good place for beginners. And as a beginner who tried to surf bigger waves more than I can…


I’m pretty spontaneous. I don’t consider it as a good thing, but I always hope that things would turn out good.Like this random travel to Davao.My initial plan was just to stroll around the big city of Davao. Without any plans, any activities, nothing at all. What happened was, my two friends already planned going to a place called Mati to surf. I like the idea because my first surfing experience was not that nice. So I went with them without any expectations. Just the urge to try surfing one more time.For four days and…


When I was a kid, I always thought that the ocean was dangerous and beautiful at the same time. Imagine those big waves rushing to the shore with strong wind blowing through the coconut trees. What a paradise! But for a child who grew up in a small town facing the pacific ocean, the sea was a tease to play and a warning to be safe. Having that love-hate relationship, I never truly appreciated what the ocean really offers.Now that I’m adult, freedom to explore comes in. It also means that I have more time and opportunity…