Does it ever rain in this part of Siargao? I have only one word for these sun-soaked island beaches — L-O-V-E.
Photo credits to Gin Riobuya and Joann Estiller.
First there was a woman and her photographer girl friend taking photos of her. Then a couple arrived in a speed boat, complete with beach umbrella and recliner.
Us? We just brought ourselves and enjoyed the pristine island the fuss-free way!
Here we arrived, Naked island!
Could we take our clothes off too? 😉
Aren’t these islands photogenic?
Now I can’t blame my friend for telling me that
we’d enjoy Siargao even without surfing.
photo credit to my travel buddy, Gin.
In Cloud 9 in Siargao the sea is a playground, wherein the amazing waves elevate the game into a daring adventure.
Those swells beckon the free-spirited and the carefree, daring both the experts and the novices to challenge the waves.
To give in to that bet is also to overcome fear, and that is something I am not ready to conquer yet. At least as far as surfing is concerned.
Good things is, Cloud 9 is literally a haven with its naturally gorgeous seascape, beautiful enhancements, and, above all, magnificent waves. The sight of fearless surfers riding the swells is an added entertainment.
The way surfers look so attuned in their pastime is a source of admiration for someone like me that is too intimidated to give surfing a try.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Afloat”.
photo credits to my travel buddies Gin, Joann, and Ely