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Yassi Pressman is living a simple island life in Siargao

Actress Yassi Pressman might be the newest personalities who have fell in love the island life in the stunning paradise of Siargao.

On her Instagram post, Pressman shared a clip where she enjoy the 'buhay probinsya'. She rinse herself at the neighbors deep well hand held water pump.

"The simple things! Salamat po sa mga kapitbahay na pinayagan ako na magrinse sa labas ng bahay nila bago umuwi after magsurf! Hihi lablab," Pressman said on her viral clip which has since earned over a million views.

Like many other celebrities that we spotted in Siargao who have a successful careers in the city, Pressman know nothing beats the peace and happiness found in the island life.

Pressman expressed grateful after she experienced a ride on her surf board saying, "I realized that my first couple of surfing lessons were very similar to the way I take care of my mental health." 

"I needed some time to get away. I spontaneously planned a trip to the beach with no itenirary/schedule and ended up trying to learn how to surf."

"To find some of the best surf spots in Siargao a boat has to drop you off in the middle of the ocean, then you got to paddle to get to the waves, and on some days you got to paddle really FAAAAAAR. It was hard because I wasn't used to using so much of my upper body, and going against the current just to get to the starting point, wasn't easy at all.

"Then, when I got to the line, kelangan patient ka, kasi madami pang ibang nakaabang. The actual wait for the wave makes me nervous….there is a lot of suspense and build up. 

"It was very challenging for me to get up on my board, you have to time when to push up and keep your form. When I finally did it, the next thing I thought about was trying to balance in the rush of it all and stand up steady on my board. Or else I'll fall...

"Before I actually got to ride a wave to the end, there were many moments like this. Lol.

"When you actually fall, you must think fast, don't panic (which was hard considering you are actually being pulled by the waves under the water, right?) anyway, STAY RELAXED. You have to get some air then paddle for your life so that the next couple of waves do not come at you hard, and you won't get in the way of any other person possibly surfing your way," she wrote.

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