To do or not to do... beachside on Boracay Islands
Waters on the Boracay beach stay relatively warm till the evening, so as long as you don't forget sunscreen, there's enough to keep you engaged all day (or actively not engage in anything, too). Perch on the silky white sand and you can soak up the sun or find sea shells and corals. Sit around long enough on the sand and you're likely to find pearl vendors come by, or nearby resort servers offering a drink. When you're ready to take a walk, you'll come across beachside canopies offering massages while you listen to the waves crash, for roughly $15/hr. If you crave excitement of water sports ("flyfish" or banana boating, helmet diving, parasailing, etc) you'll find some folks who'll connect you to a business nearby. At night, head to White Beach and you can have dinner on the sand, your table lit by torch light.