March 27, 2013

What to Do on 28, 29, 30 and 31?

What do you think would a great way to spend the days of 28, 29, 30 and 31 and make the most out of it? Here are the four things you can do.

1. Have fun under the sun

Go to the beach, play volleyball or swim around. A great time to bond with family and friends. You may also try to go for a picnic. You don’t have to travel far, a nice park would be fine.

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Anawangin Beach Resort in Zambales. Photo credit: www.ourawesomeplanet.com

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Picnic Grove in Tagaytay City. Photo credit: gigsterrr.blogspot.com

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La Mesa Eco Park. Photo credit: coffeeatbreak.blogspot.com

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Manila Ocean Park. Photo credit: www.travigators.com

2. Eat Out

If you’re not into outdoor activities and have a great appetite, it’s the best time to try out new foods. Go to talk about resto of the town. If you have budget, a buffet would be great for more choices of food.

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Sonya’s Garden. Photo credit: http://www.sonyasgarden.com

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Spiral at Sofitel. Photo credit: www.ourawesomeplanet.com

3. Cleanse your system

Lenten Season is a great way to cleanse out your stomach. Take a break in eating meat but instead, spoil your self with veggies and fruits. By this, your system will have a break from fatty foods. Juju cleanse is one of the popular way. But if you don’t want to spend much, you can make your own salad or fruit smoothies, just look up in the internet for recipe.

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Juju cleanse. Photo credit: jujucleanse.com

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Veggie and fruit smoothies. Photo credit: www.recapo.com

4. Mind and Soul

Never forget the essence of Holy Week, it’s the best time for reflection. You can go Bisita Iglesia, wherein you visit different churches and pray. Better, sit in at church’s service and listen to good words of God, a simple but best way to feed your mind and soul.

AGM

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