It's getting annoying na rin. So here are some pointers for you bout California you bobo peeps:
First of all, most bobo peeps like you, living outside California or has never been to California (like you ulit) assume the state is covered by dagat. This bobo myth can be debunked simply by looking at a map of the state. California is covered on ONLY one side by the karagatan, leaving that to be the only borderline to allow beaches. THERE ARE NO BEACHES INLAND, where most of the people live.
Secondly, not all Californians ay nakatira sa beach. Clear those bobo visions of a whole state full of sun worshippers right now. Sure, Southern California beaches are sunny, crowded and are the basis of many California beach myths. Almost the entire Northern California coastline, however, is smothered kaya with fog year-round. Maybe this is the place I would recommend to you dogs para manigas you sa lamig no.
Thirdly, Californians do not, repeat not all surf. It just doesn't happen. Please revert to the discussion about most people living inland. Maniwala man or not, most Californians could care less about surfing. There are better things to do like grow artichokes and garlic and watch some katutubos freeze to death on the Sierras because they don't have any WINTER CLOTHES.
The second set of myths that dominate California mythology focuses on snow. Like what most of the bobo peeps commented on my site. If the state of California is just one big beach, how can there possibly be any snow, right?
Well, THERE IS SNOW IN CALIFORNIA. And many Californians eat snow and not sand. The Sierras which is about 2-3 hours ride from the Bay area have snow on it the whole year round. So in your face pare! I really hate posers no. Kaya before you comment, know all information about anything before you say something. Nahahalata kasi na you are Callcenter traveler-wannabes eh. Shitty talaga your mentality.
Again, IN YOUR FACE PARE!