Watching Roxy and Quiksilver Pro France 2017

If it wasn't obvious yet, I'm just going to tell you that I love surfing. And it's not just one of those things I like, I am obsessed. I follow surfers on social media, download apps for swell and weather, go out as much as I can to practice, Google 'surf spots in ___' whenever … Continue reading Watching Roxy and Quiksilver Pro France 2017

Biarritz Photo Diary

Two other Basque cities I had the chance to see were Biarritz and Bayonne. We came to Biarritz to surf (of course) and Bayonne to eat (of course). Bayonne looks interesting for a cultural trip but it seemed like Biarritz has its own fair share of history and culture, too (mostly because it was a … Continue reading Biarritz Photo Diary

A Guide to Ericeira

We happened upon Ericeira simply because there was lack of affordable beach front hotels near Lisbon. Ericeira Soul Guesthouse was the last affordable one, so we booked it and instead planned our days around the location. Honestly, I did not know anything about this seaside village before our trip, other than it has a lot … Continue reading A Guide to Ericeira

How I Roll Solo in Baler

One of my favorite go-to places for a solo trip is Baler in Aurora, located 267 km away from Manila.  It's easy to go there, I know my way around, and the people are ever so nice that I consider them family.  Here's how a Saturday-Sunday weekend trip  in Baler looks like for me. Genesis … Continue reading How I Roll Solo in Baler

More on the Surfing Life

Truth to be told, I missed almost everything on the recently held 19th International Siargao Cup.  I had booked my flight to Siargao one day too late, so I only caught the Women's final.  It was my first time watching a surfing competition and I was just amazed at how the ladies showed all of … Continue reading More on the Surfing Life