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We'd Love to Hang Loose with These Filipina Surfers

In search of the perfect Instagram feed.
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It's the week after Holy Week, and frankly, we're still recovering from our post-vacay slump. We’d love to say we’re used to it by now, but every time we spend a few days in a cool surf town, we're ready to quit our day job and move there. If only we’d ever gotten past the first surf lesson.

In any case, if you’ve ever been to La Union, Baler or Siargao, you’ve likely encountered the surfer girl, a unique female specimen which can be found chasing the perfect wave, stretching out in hammocks, and driving around in beat-up Volkswagen vans. Oh, and they also do Instagram really well, as you can see here.

Mona Lisa Neuboeck: Filipino-Austrian surfer girl, raw food chef, yoga instructor

Tracianne Estrada: lifestyle blogger, co-founder of Float Swimwear and Your Evil Twin 

Allow me to re-introduce myself #PSA

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Trasienne Estrada: lifestyle blogger, owner of Ere Plants, Your Evil Twin

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Sweetheart, what have you done to us 3/3 @float_swim ????

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Elaine Abonal: certified surf instructor at Surfista Travels in Siargao

Sabs Bengzon: blogger, traveler, surfer

Lorraine Lapus: surfing coach at La Union Surf School

Ikit Agudo: Siargao surfer

Alessa Quizon: Hawaiian pro surfer with Filipino roots

Summer ??????????? ???? @haakeaulana ?

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Tia Blanco: Filipino-American pro surfer with roots in La Union

Another day, another blessing ????????????????? @viviankaniastyle / photo: @lisa.linke

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Malia Jones: Surfer, model and swimwear designer of Hawaiian, Filipino and German descent

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