It’s More fun in Siargao!

Siargao Island is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippine Sea situated 800 kilometers southeast of Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte. It has a land area of approximately 437 square kilometers. The east coast is relatively straight with one deep inlet, Port Pilar. The coastline is marked by a succession of reefs, small points and white, sandy beaches. The neighboring islands and islets have similar landforms. It was discovered by Spanish sailor Bernardo de la Torre in 1543.

One of the best known surfing waves on Siargao and the Philippines, with a worldwide reputation for thick, hollow tubes is “Cloud 9”. This right-breaking reef wave is the site of the annual Siargao Cup, a domestic and international surfing competition sponsored by the provincial government of Surigao del Norte.

The wave was discovered by travelling surfers in the late 1980s. It was named after a chocolate bar of same name, and made famous by American photographer John S. Callahan, who published the first major feature on Siargao Island in the United States- based Surfer magazine in March 1993, and hundreds of his photos in many other books and magazines since his first visit in 1992. Callahan has put the island on the international map and has drawn thousands of surfers and tourists to Siargao. Cloud 9 also has a reputation for being a relatively cheap destination for surfers with many cheap accommodations and restaurants and bars to choose from.

There are several other quality waves on Siargao and nearby islands, but Cloud 9 has received more publicity than any other surf spot in the Philippines. It is the only wave easily accessible without a boat, leading to overcrowding and the nickname of “Crowd 9” among surfers. Eager foreign and locally owned accommodation and tourist facilities have profited from the magazine publicity and the influx of visitors drawn by the annual Siargao Cup competition in September.

Siargao is well known as “The Surfing Capital of the Philippines” with a reputation among surfers within the Philippines and the International scene.


Black and White Party ☺

This was our College Night party. Last August 8, 2013. It was so fun, but I didn’t had that “total fun” because I am part of the officer, we had to oversee the whole event. But it turn out good. ☺ Best party ever, since we are already graduating students, it will be our last college party. The food was great, there were lots of dancing, we ended at 12am and went home by 1am after cleaning the whole area.

Watta night .


She’s on Duty

For all the korean fanatics. I recommend you to watch —>  She’s on Duty (Hangul: 잠복근무; RR: Jambokgeunmu; lit. “Stakeout” or “Undercover”) is a 2005 South Korean film about a police detective (Kim Sun-ah) who goes undercover in a high school to befriend the daughter (Nam Sang-mi) of an elusive gangster.


I am done watching the movie and I must say it is really hilarious. Every scene is funny. You won’t get bored the duration watching the movie. The actions scenes are also great. I highly recommend this movie, you guys should watch it. ☺




Minions are yellow henchmen, who have existed since the beginning of time, evolving from yellow single-celled organisms into beings who have only one purpose: to serve history’s most ambitious villains. These little fellows are so cute, that anybody would want them as a buddy (coz seriously I want one!).

I  just can’t get enough of these cute yellow ones. In 2014 they will have their own movie and I am so freaking excited .