May 03-04, 2014
Aurora, Philippines
Baler

Take a look at Sabang Beach!

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Me, instagramming, obviously. Haha. I was impressed how clear the water looks, NOT impressed by how rocky it is (I scraped my knees several times huhu)! And the waves were super high that time, it freaked me out a bit. Heee.

Of course my cousins went there to surf.  I didn’t.  I just wanted to have a break because I was so stressed and I felt I needed to rest! I tried to shop for a rash guard but I ended up not buying one as I did not plan to surf at all.  And I’m too scared anyway.

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I think I’m a vampire in my past life.  I hate the sun so much 🙁

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These are my cousins being taught by the surfers / instructors.  I quite liked listening to their lectures but there really was no way they can convince me to try  T_T

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Some of them got really good at it in less than an hour! It was so fun to watch.  Especially when you know you can’t do it.  XD

One of the biggest surprises though was meeting Dex! Of all people! In Baler! We’re like soul sisters or something.  When I posted on Facebook that I was there, he messaged me right away and he immediately agreed to meet me!

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Heeee.  It was so fun seeing him because it was the high light of my trip hahaha.  I think I’ve always come across as shy and boring when I’m with my family, but when I’m with my friends, I’m the silly, crazy, childish one 😀

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I had to wear long sleeves, of course.  It was too hot and I can’t afford to have sunburn.  Tan skin unfortunately doesn’t suit me very well 🙁

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I think we brought too much food for a two-day trip XD

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There was no traffic on the way home, we got home just in time for dinner.  The only problem we had is that most of our cousins still had really bad stomachache so we had to stop every once in a while.

As for the pasalubong, we were disappointed to discover that there was no original delicacy for Baler?! All the food available for pasalubong were repacked sweets.  We just bought shirts and ref magnets.  Haha!

And just in case you’re wondering, we only spent P1,000 for everything— food, gas, etc. Additional P300 (?) for those who surfed. Sulit! 

I really, really hope we can have more trips like this in the future.  Sadly, this is the only beach I’ve been to this summer! Hopefully next year I can visit other beaches too 🙂

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