Posts Tagged ‘Beach’

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Another Sunday, Another Beach

October 24, 2012

Sundays are best spent at the beach, lounging around and away from the demands of work and life. That is why we decided to go to the beach on Sunday. After Jeff’s and my experience in Plantation Bay Resorts and Spa, we decided to try out Maribago Bluewaters Resort.

It was no Plantation Bay, but we still had fun. A day tour package included access to their pools and beach, a towel, and a lunch buffet.

The food was great. They actuallu jad more food choices than Plantation Bay. The dessert table had fruits and pastries to choose from, much to my delight.

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The pools were big enough to accommodate many people. The water was very clean too.

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The beach was also visually tempting.

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This is certainly a place I can see myself going back to. There’s just a great combination of fun and serenity which does not dent your wallets too much.

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Sundays Together

October 15, 2012

Last Sunday, Jeffrey and I spent a whole day in Plantation Bay Resort and Spa.

He has always wanted to experience what the place was like. It was so fun. Yes, the package is a bit pricey for most people, but the good thing is that an expensive package meant the place wouldn’t be too crowded.

I’m planning to take my mom there too, as a Christmas gift in December. I’m sure she’d love the place as well.

We started checking out the Savannah Park, where the wall climbing, tennis court, firing range, karaoke, and children’s park were located.

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Jeffrey also tried wall climbing and was able to reach the top.

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Everywhere you go, you’d find a pool or a lagoon. There are outdoor shops as well like henna tattooing and a couple of restaurants to match your food craving. We had lunch at the Kilimanjaro Cafe, where they served a sumptuous buffet.

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I absolutely loved the dessert, although I do wish they had more fresh fruit.

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They also let you try kayaking, which Jeffrey also took advantage of.

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It was absolutely a perfect Sunday. I’d love to go back there.

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Take Me to The Water

September 18, 2012

Seaside

What do you think it would be like if you could fly? I’ve always wanted to know that. Looking at the birds when they’re on flight always makes me envy their freedom. To be able to soar and savor the sky, to be completely free from anything, to be peacefully by yourself… It just sounds so inviting.

However, I would still have to say that I absolutely love the sea. I love the way the water smells. I love the sounds that the waves make when it crashes on shore. I love the foams that form when the sea kisses the sand. While I envy the freedom of flying, I definitely can live in the sea side for the rest of my days.

So if I had to choose between sea and sky, the sea is the clear winner. At least from the waters, I’d still have the pleasure of looking at the blueness of the skies above.

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May 21

May 21, 2011

I never even noticed that April just flew by. I was too busy in many online things that I never really knew what happened to April. I wasn’t even able to enjoy summer at all.

Some people said the world was going to end today, May 21, 2011. I don’t believe any of that at all. If the world ends, then it ends. I don’t want the world to end. I want to live. But I think I pretty much don’t have a choice if Earth decides to stop existing, right?

I want to go to the beach on Sunday. The sea and I have not been together for a long time. But wait, the world is supposed to end today, so maybe it’s too early to make plans, don’t you think?

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Seasons (A Collection of Six Haikus)

February 17, 2010

I notice that a lot of people are fond of writing Haiku. I, on the other hand, write poems about love and, sometimes, society. I think I have written Some Haiku before, but I don’t know where those poems are. I decided to write a Haiku today, just for the fun of it. I came up with one poem, but I felt like one Haiku was not enough. If I can come up with a 20-line poem anytime, surely, a Haiku wouldn’t be so difficult, would it? I tried to write more, and I finally came up with six Haikus. Enjoy, friends! 🙂

Summer’s almost here.
Children are all out, playing,
Having fun each day.

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Rainy days are gone.
The sun is shining brightly;
The sky is now clear.

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When leaves are golden,
The air is almost frozen.
Autumn has begun.

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I touch the cold ice
Falling from a cloudless sky,
This winter, so cold.

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Flowers all blooming
So colorful, they all are
Everytime spring comes.

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Let’s go to the beach
And roll in the fine white sand
Under the hot sun.

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