(This was sitting in my drafts for a really long time. Whoops.)
Alright, so I’ve maybe continuously played this game multiple times due to just..well. Liking it that much. But you can only repeat the same process but so many times in certain span of time before falling in a rut. So, in order to give this game a bit of a twist for replay-ability, I’ve come up with different methods in which could enhance the replaying experience. (Some of which I have done myself, some of which I made up and are not sure if it works yet)
Assuming, most of these can be done on any difficulty (Unless stated otherwise)
This list is literally just comprised to bring in new ideas for ways to play the game and bring a challenge forward to those who are looking for an odd, creative way to play. (You know, how Pokemon has the many different challenges like Nuzlocke)
These photos were taken when I was on my way home last Saturday (from Naga to Daet). The first photo was taken at the Bitukang Manok (Camarines Norte). It’s called that way because its curves seem like to be an intestine. Tortuous. At sobrang nakakahilo dito sa part na ‘to, swear. It’s like a mini Emi, if you know what Emi is. The second photo was taken in a highway in Daet. I was inside the van when I took these. :)
This beach is a big part of my childhood. And I know, a lot of people who grew up in Cam Norte too have a lot of memories here. I’ve always loved coming here just to make muni-muni, watch people walk and surf, and wait for the sun to set. I feel so lucky to have a beach like this just a few kilometers from our home.
I miss the beach. It’s been a year since the last time I went surfing and with the busy schedule that i have now, I’ll do anything to at least spend a day or two in Baler or in Daet… If i have enough money, I’ll go to Siargao and try on improving my surfing skills there.
Once I’m done with my thesis and I’ve saved enough money, I’ll go soul searching on my own (most probably on the beach) and I will learn to catch waves on my own.