After the Labor Day long weekend, let’s see just how many long weekends we have left for this year. That way, you can plan your Cebu holidays better. You might just want to pull off a backpacking trip exploring the different beaches, waterfalls, resorts, and hotels in Cebu.
We’re done with the following long weekends:
- December 30 (Rizal Day, Friday), December 31 (Saturday), January 1 (New Year’s Day, Monday)
- April 13 (Maundy Thursday), April 14 (Good Friday), April 15 (Black Saturday), April 16 (Sunday)
- April 29 (Saturday), April 30 (Sunday), May 1 (Labor Day, Monday)
Now, we can look forward to these long weekends and file a vacation leave, if necessary:
- June 10 (Saturday), June 11 (Sunday), June 12 (Independence Day, Monday)
- June 24 (Saturday), June 25 (Sunday), June 26 (Eid al-Fitr, Monday)
- August 19 (Saturday), August 20 (Sunday), August 21 (Ninoy Aquino Day, Monday)
- August 26 (Saturday), August 27 (Sunday), August 28 (National Heroes Day, Monday)
- September 1 (Eid al-Adha, Friday), September 2 (Saturday), September 3 (Sunday)
- October 28 (Saturday), October 29 (Sunday), October 30 (file a VL, Monday), October 31 (special non-working day, Tuesday), November 1 (All Saint’s Day, Wednesday)
- November 30 (Bonifacio Day, Thursday), December 1 (file a VL, Friday), December 2 (Saturday), December 3 (Sunday)
- December 23 (Saturday), December 24 (Sunday), December 25 (Christmas Day, Monday)
- December 30 (Rizal Day), December 31 (Sunday), January 1 (New Year’s Day 2018, Monday)
Granted your request for two days of vacation leave on October 30 and December 1 will be approved, where and how will you spend your nine long weekends for the rest of the year?