The curly 9 Pacific waves are strong bringing its strength to the beaches of Siargao island wherein a lot of people are interested to ride those muscular waves. So, with a little hesitation, I flew to this island to witness the wave game. But I found myself wondering why no one was doing the action packed sport fun, Surfing. Only later I knew the reason why. That was not the ideal time to visit, and experience the sport. A storm was brewing during that time. Waves that continuously splash the beaches of General Luna were not good enough to ride on. Perfect waves emerge and show up in the middle weeks of August up to the last week of October. But that was not a sorry thing. I had more time touring the island.
Boardwalk at Cloud 9, General Luna, Siargao
During that time, taking pictures at the Boardwalk observation deck was difficult due to strong winds and rains. I almost got swept by the gusty air at the third floor of the deck.
Sayak Airport or Siargao Domestic
Airport, Sayak, Del Carmen, Siargao, Surigao del Norte
Wat Phra Kaew Temple, Bangkok, Thailand
This is the interior of the Temple looks like.
Danao city, Cebu is the jump off point going to Camotes island. The Port is just a few meters across the street a little off front of the church.
Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Church, Danao City, Cebu, Philippines
The church’s interior.
That yellow ferry boat is bound for Camotes Island. Travel time is 2-3 hours depending on the weather condition.
Danao City Hall.
To commemorate the first mass on Easter Sunday, being claimed also by Limasawa, a tall and large cross was erected near the mouth of the 350-kilometer Agusan river. Butuan was thriving economically before the Spaniards came in 1521.