The Ideal Sunday


6:10 a.m.  (Sagada) Walk around this quaint town in the clouds while taking  time to appreciate the early morning fog flirting with pine trees.

6.10 am in Sagada

6:45 a.m. (Manila Bay) Sit on the breakwater while taking in the stillness of soon-to-be busy bay.

2 in Manila Bay

10:00 a.m. (Dalanas Bridge, Barbaza, Antique) Do something crazy….like being run over by a ten-wheeler truck .dalanas bridge

12:00 noon (Baguio City) Have lunch with family after going around the PMA grounds.

 in Baguio

2:00 p.m. (Boracay) Read Brave New World under a tree (with the symphony of waves as background music).

2 pm in Boracay

4:30 p.m. (Intramuros) Sunday Mass at the Manila Cathedral.

5.18 pm in Intramuros

6:00 p.m. (Boracay) Send off the sun (an ice-cold beer on hand).

6 PM in Boracay

8:20 p.m. (Makati) Remind yourself (while smiling) : “There’s work tomorrow!”

8.30 PM in Makati

Isn’t this a great way to spend a Sunday?

An impossible one too (don’t even dare bring up time travel!).

That’s why I ended up spending my Sunday  thinking all day how an ideal Sunday should be spent.

And before I know it, it will be Monday again in a few hours.  🙂

(note:the real time these photos were taken might differ by about 30 minutes. )

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