In Siargao, surf and sail is an acquired taste like eating sea urchin sashimi with Tanduay rhum.
|the massage area at the second floor|
The resort did not register in my itinerary until an acquaintance I met in Magpupungko highly recommended I must swing by the place and meet the uniquely crazy expat owner named Jack and wife Ferelyn. Perfect! since I was craving for a mango shake to shake off (pun intended) the sweltering afternoon and wild thoughts on an impending tsunami (inside my head) after a jolt (probably 5 in the richter scale) ten minutes earlier.
|hotel california in siargao island :)|
Jack showed me the rest of the property. I had fun looking at the eclectic art collection they have. From the fire exit that actually leads to nowhere to the Jose Rizal statue disguised as Charlie Chaplain.
I was amazed at the display of masks, framed souvenir shirts, posters and vinyl.
As we travel, we seek not only the comforts of home but the warmth of friendship as well. Because in the end, it's all about the people. Here are the fantastic staff of the resort who gamely pose for me.
The fantastic couple: Jack and Ferelyn:
3 NIGHTS PACKAGE PROMO (JANUARY TO MARCH 2012)
|the beach infront of jafe resort|