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RE: Siargao, Lanuza and Zambales« on: July 04 2007 09:07:00 »
we're planning to go to zambales this july, i was just wondering would the waves be big this month, coz last june we were in sanjuan and for us first timers it wasnt big enough and at the same time not much waves we could catch for us to be able to practice. does anyone know details about zambales? we really wanna go since its d closest to manila
RE: Siargao, Lanuza and Zambales« Reply #1 on: July 05 2007 19:07:00 »
Hey dudes, 3 to 4 feet ang waves bukas sa Zambales. Yahoo.
RE: Siargao, Lanuza and Zambales« Reply #2 on: July 10 2007 00:07:00 »
If you stay at Patrick's resort don't buy the Mango Rum. He tells everyone that he has a plant on the other side of the island. It is bullshit. The locals tolds us that they use Tanduay white, mango puree, and diced mangos. He makes that shit in the main office. I wouldn't have mind, but he was cheap with Tanduay and I didn't get a buzz after drinking two 750ml bottles. All that mango puree made my bowels loose.
However, the place is great and the rooms are nice. The staff at Patrick's can't be beat. Wonderful people. The surf is right out the front door a short boat ride away. Endless breaks with no one around to cut you off. Enjoy the surf and the beautiful people of Surigao.
RE: Siargao, Lanuza and Zambales« Reply #3 on: July 13 2007 07:07:00 »
dang! la union looks soooooo crowded.
RE: Siargao, Lanuza and Zambales« Reply #4 on: July 20 2007 22:07:00 »
yeah la union can get REALLY crowded.. i think its because its already commercialized.. i've tried zambales and la union.. and if i were to choose between the two, i like zambales more.. i found it more challenging.. the waves can get pretty mean that at one time, it took my top off! geesh, good thing no one saw it (i think, well, i hope no one did haha)
RE: Siargao, Lanuza and Zambales« Reply #5 on: December 10 2008 19:12:00 »
Just some questions on Zambales. My wifes family have a house on the beach there and am going there in June, July 2009. Is this the best time to go there.Judging by what i have herd it is the best time for bigger waves at the point?? Have surfed there once in 2005 but this was in January and it was small.
I am keen to have contact with anyone who surfs in the area. So we can hook up when I am there.