After the island’s rehabilitation, I expected way too much…
I never thought I’d fall into a “scam” not until my latest trip to Boracay.
I’m pretty sure one of the deciding factors why you are going to Bali is because of the photos you see online. Most of us are very visual that when we see something artsy and pretty we want to try it too and that’s okay. Who would want to settle for a sketchy spot, right?
Siargao has gained popularity over the years, most especially after Boracay closed down for rehabilitation and after the release of Siargao, the Movie.
There was no specific destination. Zambales, Baler, Baguio, Bataan, Ilocos, La Union, these were my options. But my good friend and travel buddy, Mae, was pretty fixed with the idea of going to La Union.
They say, “third time’s a charm”. But in my case, my third time in Siargao did not really justify my deep love for the island. I still cherish the experience anyway, no matter the circumstance.
Last February, I went back to one of my favorite islands in the Philippines – Siargao. It has changed in so many ways since the first time I have set foot on the island. I still have that great amount of love towards it but it’s really getting tighter as days go by.
I find this ‘topic’ subjective that’s why it took me so long to decide whether I’m going to write about it or not. By now, a lot of people have been sharing their experiences in Cebu. As what most travel blogs say “Do as the locals do”. So I’ll try my very best to help you plan your next Cebu trip by listing stops and places that you MUST check out.
I was really thinking how to share with you our day-to-day itinerary, not that I made one, but just to give you an idea of how you can spend your awesome time in Siargao… BUT! I can’t think of a ‘structured’ itinerary for you to refer to. All you have to know is that when you’re in Siargao BEACH AND CHILL is the way to go.
“Love is sweeter the second time around”.
ONE DAY IS NOT ENOUGH. I honestly wished I had more time! It’s okay though because it only means I’ll have more reasons to come back.
This might be one of the usual how-to-go-to-Kalanggaman posts, but I’ll try my best to make it unique as possible.