The Hangout at Siargao

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This would probably be our third visit at The Hangout Siargao. This was supposed to be our  third visit to this simple but interesting place worth staying. At 250php a day, you can stay here and sleep on mesh beds found at their second floor which you can easily climb up with a rope ladder. I think it’s a cool way for those who want to overcome their fear of heights or those who want the thought to be basically hanging in the air while sleeping. There’s also an option to stay at their attic room. The Hangout is a house open to friends, friends of friends of the owners, and also to travelers visiting Siargao Island.

SiargaoD311SiargaoD310SiargaoD313We were planning on staying here since Leia was a good friend of the owner but they were full that time. The hangout is a very traveler friendly accommodation and i’d consider staying here the next time i’ll ever be around the island again. It’s a very friendly and open place to meet new friends. Just keep your voice at a bare minimum during the evenings because that’s the time when most of the people are asleep. There are basic house rules though but it’s all good vibes and chill when you visit this place.

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Before we end our night, we decided to see what Monday Fundays are like at Pagoda Beach Bar considering that the party itself was at the front beach yard from where we were staying. The place was packed with tourists who had various reasons to go there ranging from having a good time, getting buzzed and meeting people. It was a funday, meaning anything could happen then like men wearing pigtails in dainty backless sundresses, some people stubbing their toes on extremely low tables and swearing furiously, others just asking to be dared….and even a shooting star or two. Leia hated me for the latter, she didn’t get to see one because I asked her to check the timer on her phone and looked up when it was already gone.

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