What else should you be doing during your summer vacation than read a good book? It doesn't matter if you prefer e-books over paperbacks. The important thing is you find the perfect spot with the right ambiance for your reading adventure. A long line of studies suggest that reading can boost your health. Researchers from the University of Sussex in England said that reading is a powerful stress buster with stress levels dropping by 68% after reading for only six minutes. “Losing yourself in a book is the ultimate relaxation,” said lead researcher Dr. David Lewis.
Boracay is among the beach destinations in Southeast Asia currently undergoing rehabilitation. The state intervention is due to increased pollution in certain Boracay beaches. Pollution in oceans is a serious environmental problem that everyone must be responsible for. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, there are various sources of beach pollution including wet weather discharges, vessel discharges, and trash. The trash may have come from other places and eventually washed up on shores or from beach-goers.
Team building activities are an essential part of any company’s efforts to look after the welfare of its employees. These activities foster personal development among individuals and benefit the company in terms of increased productivity and employee motivation. To make your efforts more effective, make sure your planned activities are as enjoyable as they are educational. For an even more memorable experience, make the next one a Boracay team building event. And make it extra interesting by sticking to Filipino games only. The following Pinoy parlor games for team building will guarantee everyone tons of fun and learnings.
When traveling to Boracay, you have plenty of ways to enjoy the tropical paradise like the locals do. But for an authentic cultural experience, it helps to learn the local language, Aklanon, before you fly to Boracay.
Alta Vista De Boracay will be complying with the Philippine Government’s plan to rehabilitate the island of Boracay effective on the 26th of April, 2018 until further notice.