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braving 'washing machine waves' at nasugbu beach« on: August 23 2009 03:08:00 »
my sons and i have been to pundaquit, san juan, baler, and bagasbas beach. we tried nasugbu the 2nd week of august when southwesterly 'habagat' winds was strong for two weeks, and it was an exciting experience braving the waves. the waves comes very frequent like that of a washing machine, that it was to hard to ride on, before you get to a wave you get smashed down by another wave. we tried to get a good ride for hours and we did. From sunrise til sundown we did and it was fun! There are three good spots around nasugbu on habagat days.
RE: braving 'washing machine waves' at nasugbu beach« Reply #1 on: August 23 2009 04:08:00 »
Hey! I live in Cebu, Is that nasugbu part or belong in Argao south? and sounds good to go surfing there I think.
RE: braving 'washing machine waves' at nasugbu beach« Reply #2 on: August 23 2009 09:08:00 »
same here... i used to surf in nasugbu coz its the.. fatest sirf spot from manial...and all the locals are friendly...
RE: braving 'washing machine waves' at nasugbu beach« Reply #3 on: August 27 2009 01:08:00 »
yeah nasugbu's nice. its not crowded -YET, hope it'll stay that way. but the water's full of trash! :-(