One of the highlights of the province of Camarines Sur is the CamSur Watersports Complex (CWC) which boasts of wakeboarding facilities for both newbies and professionals. It is the most frequented place in the province where both local and foreign tourists can enjoy an entire weekend of wakeboarding water sports for leisure or competition.
The venue has regular wakeboarding events where you can compete and proudly come out as a winner since the sport caters to both fit and flabby. You don't really need to be as slim as a fashion model or as muscular as a body-builder as long as you know how to perfectly balance your body and surf smoothly through the waters.
We had a chance to personally see the good looking and youngest Governor of the world, Migs Villafuerte, so we will show those scenes in upcoming posts here in the blog. The very young governor is among the other Villafuertes that holds a position in their locality. The CWC is actually owned by the local government but it was the Villafuertes who led the project.
For now, we can show you the interview we had with the fabulous couple of John and Monique in charge of the CWC Wakeboarding Nationals - an annual event held at entirely at CWC simultaneous with other activities like a beauty pageant, a series of night concerts, and so on in line with the Kaogma Festival.
The awesome couple of John and Monique who regularly co-manages the Kaogma Festival celebrations, specifically the Wakeboarding Nationals, are interviewed by Elison Barcelo of Vigattin, Jayson Biadog of TravelFoodMovie blog and Ross Del Rosario of Wazzup Pilipinas.
Below are just a couple more photos from our Camsur Adventure. Find more at the official Wazzup Pilipinas Facebook page: http://www.Facebook.com/wazzuppilipinas