Monthly Archive:: November 2010

A Glimpse of Nuvali Ecoliving

T’was a sunny morning and the day was green. That is how I’ll describe my morning trip to Nuvali in Laguna last month. Developed with the ‘Evoliving‘ and ‘greens‘ in mind, Ayala Land committed to creating a

Win an iPad™ with Chikka! True Story.

I’ve been using Chikka since 2001 as it provided the service of sending SMS (text messages) from my then office PC to my mobile friends for free. When I travel, I do receive Chikka SMS messages as

Cheapest Ride from Iloilo International Airport

For travelers on a budget like me, savings in transportation do matter specially if it means sparing oneself from the high cost of airport taxis. And during my first time in Iloilo City this year, I accidentally

DOT’s Pilipinas Kay Ganda: from Unveiling to being Pulled-Out

As early as the morning of November 15, and hours before the launch of Philippine Department of Tourism’s (DOT) new tourism branding and tagline, ‘twittersphere‘ and other online social media platforms has been abuzz with less than

Prayers for Fellow Blogger JP of KampeonNgPagibig.com

I received a bad news this morning. Fellow blogger JP / Pepi of KampeonNgPagibig.com got shot by a robber in a holdup incident. Currently, he still got the bullet in his back about 2cm deep. Although he

Tech Seminar Alert: Breaking the Traffic Barrier on your Blogs

A break from the regular travel articles to give way to this special announcement: Are you a newbie blogger who wants to increase the number of visitors into your blog? While traffic on the road is something

November 16, 2010 is a National Philippine Holiday (Eid’l-Adha)

Today, Malacanang declared November 16, 2010 (Tuesday) as an official national Philippine holiday in observance of Eid’l-Adha (or Islam’s Feast Of Sacrifice).

Early Holidays with Ayala’s Yuletide Ceremony & SM Christmas Tree Lighting

Just right after the recent three-day weekend, Ayala Land immediately opened up November with a holiday celebration and yuletide ceremonfay by lighting up the streets of Ayala Avenue, Paseo De Roxas, and Makati Avenue.