Walking on Sand

Writing this post through my phone again. Using the WordPress app for posting entries turns out to be convenient. The only drawback is that I can’t seem to find the “Insert Read More Tag” option, so I will have to do that later.

Anyway, I had this sudden urge to write an entry upon browsing through the photo gallery of my phone and saw a picture of me at the beach a year ago and realized that I haven’t been to the beach for such a long time now.

There was a year — I think that’s 2012 — when we couldn’t get enough of the beach and islands: Camiguin in January, Donsol in April, Boracay in September, La Union in October. I remember having hauled swimsuits and maillots then.πŸ˜‚

2013 and 2014 were also opened by trips to the beach in January (Mactan, Cebu in 2013; San Juan, La Union in 2014), followed by several surfing and swimming trips in succeeding months.

Now, 2015, I reckon we (my family and/or friends) don’t have beaches in our itineraries. As I check my schedule, it seems like it’s going to be a year of mountains and cold places. I think all my boots are going to be active this year.😊

Below is a post-surfing picture of me during one of our surfing escapades in 2014. I wore closed shoes to the beach for the first time because I knew it’s ok for this pair to get wet. Wearing closed shoes, I wasn’t hesitant to walk on sand after cleaning up. I know most — if not all — of us just hate returning to the shore again after changing clothes because our feet are sure to get sandy, or worse, muddy again.πŸ˜„

  • Shoes – Crocs
  • Lace top – Celine
  • Shorts – Black Sheep
  • Bag – Mango
  • Aviators – RayBan
  • Fedora – SM Accessories


Photo by: Bubbles Sicangco

7 thoughts on “Walking on Sand

  1. I have a love for the sea as well! That being said, I hate the heat and love the cold (and winter fashion, of course!). :p

      • So do I, geographically. But then this country’s got both, depending on where you live, the north or the south. Come visit in winter, India’s got lots of snow! πŸ™‚

      • I will definitely check out your brother’s blog! And yes, I’d have to agree with him. I don’t even think it’s possible to see everything and go everywhere with just one trip, I think you’d need multiple ones! 😏 And don’t do only the touristy places if you do come..there’s much more to see than what is advertised by the tourism department! 😊

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