|Siargao's Rugged Coastline|
It isn't advisable to travel during typhoon, we all know the hazards it brings. But armed with caution, I have decided to roam around Siargao in a rented motorcycle. Afterall, it was my last full day in Siargao and I got bored playing pool in the resort and trading travel stories with foreign travelers there (a better excuse than telling you I have exhausted or running-out of English words to say. Quota na!)
Unlike the two previous mornings, this morning proves to be a promising with just gentle shower and less darker skies. So I thought, this could be the day I can finally explore Siargao. Looking at my itinerary, I see the need to improvise. Island-hopping was first to be scrapped-off the list so Naked, Dacu and Guyam Islands have to wait for another day. The Magpopongko Lagoon is submerged in sea water so it was also taken-off the list. So what remained were the Boulevard and the Taytay Falls.
I was in the Boulevard, marveling around its wide white shore when the rain go heavy again. In any consolation, I was able to enjoy its morning scene where fisherfolks arrange their boats and the locals converge for an endless conversations. After few minutes, the rain stopped so off I go. I next searched for Taytay Falls and oh boy it wasn't easy. There are slippery unpaved roads gong there made more difficult by the accumulating mud that my motorcycle has to endure.
Moreso, there are several scenic views along the way so I had to stop and take some hurried shots. It was more of an opportunity shot really because I don't want to compromise the safety of my dslr too because of the rain. Anyways, I have reached Taytay Falls, took some shots and went back to the resort again because the weather was becoming to be unforgiving.
Here are some of the few shots I have taken in this trip:
|Playing with Boulders|
|Walk This Way|
|White Powdery Sand|
|A View of Guyam Island|