At isa pa siguro sa mga magandang nangyari, nakilala ko si Manong Abe. Isang lokal na puno ng mga kwento at kakatawanan. Pagkagising ko sa aking siesta pagkatapos maglaro ng umaga hanggang tanghali, nakita ko sa tindahan Sea Nymph si Manong Abe may hawak na Red Horse. Mahilig din ako kasi sa beer kaya naisip ko na mag isang bote muna bago maglaro ulit.
Speaking of confidence and stoke, last week from July 29 to August 1 saw a successful surf camp held by the Philippine Surfing Academy at the famed wave pools of Club Manila East in Taytay, Rizal. And this event is twice as fun and exciting as any could be, for this was... an ALL-WAHINE surf camp!
Since the days of the pioneering Japanese man, Urbiztondo has cemented its place as the surfing capital of the Philippines. Simply ask anyone in the city you know where he or she regularly surfs and I'm pretty sure you'll be getting a consistent answer-- San Juan, La Union. From a visitor's point of view, I think the reason is quite simple.
Partas Transport in Cubao offers 24/7 operation with hourly trips to Laoag, the province way way up North. The bus goes thru main MacArthur highway and just go tell the bus conductor to be dropped off at Urbiztondo in San Juan, La Union. The fare costs about P380 pesos. Better to take a night trip so as to arrive early.