The construction in the Philippines amazes me. It is so simple, yet so durable. Their main materials are bamboo and fishing line. They use this to construct scaffolding, walls, and even their outrigger boats (bancas) are tied together with fishing line. At first we were both questioning this method, but in reality this traditional construciton […]
Wow. How does that happen? This vacation to the Philippines already feels like a distant memory. So much has happened since. Well…not really. Ash is back over in Europe on business. I’m busy being a bachelor whatever that means. I can tell you it is a glorified life that doesn’t live up to it’s expectations. […]
This is an amazing sport really. All of your equipment could fit into a suite case. Unlike Sailing or Windsurfing which has huge sails, big surfboards that don’t generally transport well. All you need is a small beach, about 10 – 15 knots of wind and you’re good to go. You can easily bring the […]
Boracay Island has two sides; A windward side and a leeward side. The leeward is party central with tons of restaurants, massages, shops etc. The windward side is dedicated to Kite Surfing and has the exact opposite vibe; Relaxed and Chilled. Quite lovely really. We ventured over to Bulabog Beach, the Kite Surfing beach, the […]
A short clip of our Boracay Island circumnavigation on a outrigger canoe sailboat. This was a stop at a beach called Puka Shell Beach. We loved this so much we may just go back for more!
We’re on the move again. This time to the Spider House. Ashley is hesitant, I am excited. The place only has 3 walls! How can you possibly go wrong? We will update in short order, but first a review of The Ambassador in Paradise Hotel. As I mentioned earlier, we stumbled into this […]