THE WEEKLY 73: LIFE ON THE ISLAND, SIARGAO
I’ve well and truly settled into island life. Our Airbnb has become a great base for daily adventures and I’m feeling more at home than ever.
Each week when I write this weekly post I look back at the photos in my Lightroom folder and I stop and question if I really did all these adventures in the last 7 days. My days feel like weeks and my months feel like years. I cram so much into life that the last 12 months feels like my entire teen years. It’s just too much to comprehend in so little time.
I think for the most part this is a great issue to have. It means I am living full throttle without holding back. However, maybe I need to stop and smell the roses a little more.
This past week I’ve cliff jumped every second day, swam through multiple underground caves, stayed on a remote island overnight, kayaked through blue lagoons, cruised for hours and hours through palms on my moped, explored rock pools, surfed, worked on my blog, crashed a drone, recovered a drone and met a ton of cool new friends. And it’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Life’s there to be lived.
I’ve started blogging my adventures here now on Siargao so you can check them out here.
Magpupungko Rock Pools on Siargao Island at low tide are one of the most popular things to do and easily my favorite day trips and cliff jumps on the island
Float in darkness, only aided by torches through Tayangban Cave Pool as bats fly around you before cliff jumping seven meters into the pool.
I’ve shared my favorite photos below from the last seven days of adventures.