I know it’s February already, but I never got the chance to share with you guys what I did for Christmas! Of course, the Heussaffs celebrated with a bunch of food. And then we got to squeeze in a beach trip to Siargao… where we ate more food. Lol.
What I love most about Siargao is it feels so real and true to itself. It’s not commercialized or hectic. A lot of it still feels untouched, so you get that authentic, relaxed beach vibe that’s not so easy to find these days. My family and I stayed in Bayud Boutique Resort, which offers really nice and secluded accommodations, but it’s still just a 15-minute habal habal ride to the center. If you’re planning to make a trip, don’t forget to swing by these places and EAT:
Shaka Siargao for açai bowls
Kermit for pizza
Harana for Pinoy food
Bravo for Spanish tapas
Check out the video below to see what else we ate and to watch the rest of our adventures!