From a four-day endeavor of touring the southernmost region of the Luzon Island, we took a detour in one of the Philippine islands which stares at the great Pacific eye to eye. Being nestled in front of a vast ocean made it vulnerable to typhoons and storms, therefore being named as the “Land of the Howling Winds”. Where there are howling winds, oceans and open seas, came along with are huge waves rushing towards dry land, and where there are waves, there’s, definitely, surfing. Situated in this island is a beach hideout where not only surfers are fond of, but outdoor and beach enthusiasts as well. Go face to face with the “Majestics” right here in Puraran Beach. Read more…
1st Surf & Music Festival in Baler, Aurora
Before I begin this blog, I want to express my utmost gratitude to Biyaherong Barat’s avid readers for continuously visiting my tiny piece of space in the vast world wide web contributing to over 10,000 hits this blog received. It may not mean much but every hit meant a lot to me. Biyaherong Barat has been on hold for quite some time due to my ankle injury that required operation, therapy, and lots of rest. It doesn’t matter now because I’m back on my feet, kicking, and hungry for more adventure and brand new experiences. Pack your bags, and once again let’s hit the road head North East towards a province I fell in love since the first time I stepped foot on their town. Hello Baler, we’re back. Read more…
Holy Week is one of the most observed holiday among the many Christian Holidays in the Philippines where Catholicism is the major religion. Non-working day starts on a Maundy Thursday until the Easter Sunday. Some prefer to stay at home, rest, and reflect while others take advantage of the 4-day long weekend to go out of town, escape from their usual routines and spend time with family and friends.
We have yet to recover from the budget spent from our recent Boracay trip so we have to resort to a minimal expense getaway but still have a taste of salt water on our lips and feel the warmth of the sunny day on our skin. To cut expenses from the North and South Luzon Toll fees, lessen gas budget, and shorten the travel time to and from the destination, we headed East towards the Pacific Coast in a small town called Real, Quezon. Read more…
San Juan, La Union Is Surfing
February was almost over and derailing ourselves from the train of daily routine was on top of our minds. Later that week, we got back on the road because this month we’re not letting this month end without soaking in salt water. Everything was set, our bags were packed and we were on our way to the bus station. San Juan here we come.
Learn To Surf In San Juan, La Union
Surfing is San Juan’s language. Aspiring surfers and eager beavers flock in San Juan, La Union to learn the booming sport. Resorts and surf shacks provide surfing lessons and board rentals for a cheap price.
Read the full article in San Juan, La Union Is Surfing.
Lifeguard Watch Tower In Sabang Beach, Baler
The lifeguard post watches over the safety of swimmers, surfers, and visitors on the long stretch of Sabang Beach.
Full story in Weekend Getaway in Baler, Aurora.