Apr 01, 2020 to Jul 31, 2020
Alta Vista Blog
You’ve always loved traveling to Boracay. Alta Vista de Boracay has offered a solace from the hustle and bustle of the city, and the Boracay waters have indulged your need for adrenaline rush. But the Boracay rehabilitation has denied you of the pleasures of the island. Worry not though. It’s all just temporary after all. Hungry for updates on the Boracay rehabilitation? Here’s a quick rundown of relevant Boracay news.
Hitting the beach is a lot of fun, but there’s also a bit of pressure. In the time of Instagram, beach photos are fairly common. But apart from the clear waters, the fine sand, and the gorgeous sunset, people do strive to look good. And that’s not a bad thing, they can actually be very inspiring and motivational.
Can't take a week-long off from work? No problem! You can have a fun-filled vacation in Aklan in 48 hours. Aklan has a long history tracing back to the 12th century. You can explore its rich past by visiting its museums and historical sites. The province is home to breathtaking beach destinations, mangroves, and mountainous landscapes and a calming river. You can explore Boracay and the surrounding islands on a weekend getaway.
You’ve been to Boracay so many times it’s hard to keep count. And the place is still so beautiful it always feels like the first time. Why don’t you capture the experience on video? It’s all worth showing to the world, don’t you think? Plus it’s simply fun to capture those wonderful moments. You can have fun directing your own travel docu-series. Don’t worry if you have zero experience in creating a travel vlog. Here are travel vlog tips to get you on the right track.
A stressful lifestyle, sadly, has become the norm. Constantly being on a fight-or-flight mode is regarded as the way to achieve more things, hence result to more successes. A bit of stress may be beneficial such as during strenuous workouts or tedious exams. However, you should be able to calm down your nerves immediately after the “emergency.” A long line of studies has suggested that chronic stress raises the risk of developing heart diseases, obesity, and cancers.