1. Relay – to run on the sand is easier but how hard it is to run on the water? In this way, our sense of balance and our speed maintenance is challenged when we plunge our body to the water; the world seems slow-pace.
2. Boodle Fight – the feeling of being so native when we use our fingers instead of using utensils when eating. Look how our poise as girls to do not care how mess up our fingers maybe. Actually I enjoy this!
3. Tug of War – experience the hot feeling of your hands when pulling a very forceful rope. It takes a lot of effort to pull back the rope but our team end up lying on each other’s back and takes a rest on the white sand.
|Tug of War|
4. Videoke – every resort have this machine where people can show their talent at singing. This is also the machine where people became ruthless to their ear drum’s audience when getting alcoholic because any song becomes high-pitched.
5. Cards Playing – Pusoy dos, unggoy-unggoyan, Black Jack or Lucky 9 – whoever is the loser has a punishment of red lipstick to be drawn in his face. When we have our kayaking, we do not know if the boys had their sun burn already or just because of the lipstick marks that makes them mestizos.
6. Kayaking – we have another relay through kayaking. The deal is when we fall off the water because of balance failure and because of the strong wind, we will start again in the beginning. I’m so lucky that my partner knows how to navigate the sailing.
7. Star Gazing – After all of those activities, how peaceful to take a look in the sky and see the twinkling stars. The bonus part is, the wave brings us serenity. Reflect and imagine!
8. Guitar Playing – I can also hear from where we are lying, are the boys who are singing and strumming their guitars. The videoke is put into rest.
9. Banana Boat – a water tour which is drag by a speed boat ahead of us and be thrown in the midst of the sea because of the abrupt pull. It is a satisfying feeling for a non-swimmer like me to be in the depth part of the water but has a relief to be rescued because of the life jacket I wear.
10. Eat Ice Candy – a temporary way to chill and to not feel the heat of the sun! It is also the cheapest food in replacement of halo-halo or buko juice.
11. Henna – beach lovers always do this so we do not miss the chance to have a mark, aside from the tan lines, that we have to our unforgettable team outing. It costs P100/$2.43 but because we are too many we have a discount of less 50%!
So much things to do, right? And while doing this activities, let us not forget to take care of our skin. We have a sunscreen lotion to protect us from getting sunburn. After having tan lines, there's nothing to worry for there are lots of glutathione supplement that is in the market! Enjoy the beach!
***thanks to social networking site that I am able to grab some pictures from my team mates to use here and here are some of my captures!