Happy Posto November 2014 (Part II)

Posto! Posto!

Last week I’ve been receiving some mails from outside Malaysia.


This is from My pen pal Chanae of California. She had spoiled me with those cutie stuff. Thank you Chanae!


And then I received postcards from Marian of Philippina. Better late than never. Salamat! πŸ˜‰


8 thoughts on “Happy Posto November 2014 (Part II)

  1. Wow! That’s so nice Azura! πŸ™‚

    It must be awesome to get real mail from people all over the world! I used to have pen pals too, it was such a treat to wait 1-2 weeks for a well written letter, so different from emails or social media.

    I love Boracay! I got my kitesurfing/kiteboarding certification there – they have the internationally recognized IKO certification there and the best part is there are two beaches on opposite sides of the island so you can got kiteboarding ALL YEAR LONG on Bulabog Beach during regular season and move to White Beach during monsoon season! πŸ™‚

    It’s a lot of fun! You just need 2-4 hours for Level 1 Discovery and 8 hours for Level 2 Recreation if you just want to try it. I took Level 3 Independent (so you can kiteboard alone without an instructor) and it took me just 14 hours (2 days of 7 hours + 2 hours theory in class – some people need less, some more, I seen people finish the course in 10 hours coz they’re good but some need 21 hours – the max before you fail and have to retake the course).

    I highly recommend it – the IKO Level 3 license is recognized all over the world and you can go anywhere with the card – unlike skydiving, you don’t need to get recertified every 2-5 years (think my skydiving Solo A licence is expired dy). If you already know how to skate or snowboard, it’s quite easy.

    Better than surfing, for sure! I’m not really into surfing (too tiring to swim against the tide and ride the heavy surf board back) but kiteboarding is like FLYING due to the strong winds at Boracay. You can easily get 15 feet up in the air with a gust of wind on your chute, no joke – it’s one of the best places to kiteboard in the world.

    I’ll love to go back to Boracay again!

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