Tuesday, April 29, 2014

12 Activities During Holy Week

So, how did we celebrate Holy Week two weeks ago? We listed down personal activities we have done during that week which others might have done too.
  1. Worked - Yup. As a regular employee, I still have some work to do (MWF) since the whole Holy Week was not a public "holyday" and as an online worker, for Love, no work a day means no payment for hourly work of an online job.
  2. Bought groceries. - In anticipation of a "closure" of malls during the Maundy Thursday and Good Friday celebration, stock of groceries were needed.
  3. Watched Game of Thrones Season 1 to 3 and Episodes 1 and 2 of Season 4 - Opted to watched this TV series since it was already in my external hard drive. I saw the first episodes of Season 1 while traveling before and I got curious so I downloaded it. Since last year.
  4. Jogged up to Lourdes Grotto in Baguio -
    Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto in the background
    Able to visit, finally, one of the famous landmarks in Baguio City.
  5. Ate Buttered Chicken, Good Taste Rice, Fish Fillet with Vegetables and 1 pitcher Ice Tea at Good Taste Restaurant - After jogging, had a "full" breakfast at one of the well-known and "affordable" restaurants in Baguio City.
  6. Updated the12list.com website by adding Related Posts and Recent Posts - Of course, the week will not be complete if this site was not updated. Daily. Religiously.
  7. Watched Season 1 of Orphan Black - Since we were done with the Game of Thrones, decided to watched another TV series I have downloaded last year.
  8. Jogged until the summit of Mount Santo Tomas -
    Part of Mt. Sto. Tomas / Mount Santo Tomas
    My second time to visit the summit of Mount Santo Tomas near Mount Cabuyao
    Part of Mt. Cabuyao / Mount Cabuyao
    in Tuba, Benguet and the roads are almost "all" finished and cemented. My first time there was during the 3rd Baguio 21K Run with 32K added last year by the organizers, Renderfarm Graphics. 
  9. Ate Boodle Fight (599-peso meal good for 5-6 persons), 1 Leche Flan, and 5 Large Ice Tea at "Luto ni Juan" -
    Boodle Fight leftover :D
    After descending with Love (a veteran Mount Santo Tomas visitor) and her sisters (who were neophyte ascenders in Mount Santo Tomas), we rode on a jeepney (Apugao-Baguio, 14-peso fare) and had a luscious lunch at Luto Ni Juan, a new restaurant in Baguio City and all of us were first-timers there.
  10. Mass at Baguio Cathedral -
    Palm Sunday at Baguio Cathedral / Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral
    Holy Week celebration will not be complete without attending a mass at Baguio City's famous cathedral, "Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral" which is also one of the city's famous landmarks.
  11. Watched Season 1 of Da Vinci's Demons - Another TV series watched instead of watching downloaded movies.
  12. Answered Quizzes at Coursera.Org - And I was able to finished the quizzes for my Organizational Analysis course in Coursera
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