We didn’t even bother to check out the beach break. The Jesus Point was working and that’s all we needed to know.
peelers, peelers all day
Carille was giving glassy peelers about knee to waist high in average. Nicky and AJ couldn’t be more excited. These two log heads crave for peelers. Every time we’re together all these two talk about are noserides and classic stylin’. I’d often call them my brothers in glide.
Tuesday night. Just finished a lot work in the office to cover my 3 day leave. It was raining a little outside with the rush hour traffic in full swing. And since I’m so excited for the Puraran surf trip just hours away, I just had to stop by El Chupacabra - my favorite watering hole in the whole of Makati. Street tacos and cold cold beer. Man I love El Chupacabra!
BAD IDEA. For one does not leave El Chupacabra sober.
Boom! I woke up at 5:00am. My flight is at 5:45. There’s 7 Missed calls on my phone. Damn I fell asleep! I tried to stay awake but I dozed off on the couch. Wasn’t even drunk when I came home! My friends Cocoy and Frances were already checked-in at the airport and there I was in the couch about to miss an epic surf trip!
I immediately grabbed my things, went out and hailed a taxi. I was thinking positive inside the cab but I was already hating myself if I ever do miss my flight. Alas! When I arrived at the airport, our plane had already left. OUCH. I missed my flight! Imagine that. Missing a flight to one of the best surf spots in the Philippines? How stupid can you be.
Normally I'm the kind of guy who's mellow about things. But lately I'm being too hard on myself and it frustrates me. I'm talking particularly about my surfing. Yeah I know. Surfing's supposed to be just
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