The huge round capiz chime on the hostel’s wooden gate was a welcoming sound like saying “welcome to the tropical paradise!”. Simple colorful paintings all around, hammocks, a tree house and e very laid-back ambiance would greet you and make you stay at the Circle Hostel. Quotes are painted on the cemented steps, on the … More Hostel Review: The Circle Hostel La Union
Surfing trips shouldn’t be expensive (well, as all other trips shouldn’t always be extravagant) Most people think that surfing is a luxurious hobby. That notion is maybe due to the fact that the sport originated from the overseas, Hawaii and Polynesia. Based from some research, in the sixties, surfers enjoyed the majestic waves of the Philippines surfing … More Day Trip Surfing to LU for ONLY 1,600 Bucks
12 am on a Saturday, I was sitting so comfy on a lazy boy seat. With my ipod’s on, I was observing the people inside the bus. On my right side was a Caucasian guy eating a Cream-O Wafer given free by the bus stewardess. After eating, he removed his shoes, slightly inclined his seat … More San Juan, La Union: Paddle. Paddle. Pop!
My boyfriend Wowoo and I have decided to spend his birthday backpacking and surfing. Wowoo already tried surfing. He used to go to La Union to ride the waves but since I have seen a lot of great reviews and good feedback about Baler, I have suggested going to Baler even if it’s both our … More Baler: Haven for Surfers