Hmmm…something’s wrong with the title…this is from Wendy’s! =)
When: Dec 10,2008 7pm Where: Red Ribbon Libis Branch Sign up Here reposted from Jayvee’s http://www.plurk.com/p/9oxos
Let’s Go Sago! celebrates its 4th month anniversary today with its first print (offline) magazine publication feature. This is the cover of Honda Challenge Magazine’s Issue 12 Vol.3 released last month. We were requested for the feature article a month before so it didn’t actually came as a big surprise. However, it’s still different when [...]
The year is almost over and my compilation of last year’s Top 20 Philippine Travel Posers using my humble point-and-shoot cam has remained in my hard drive and has not been published. My top 20 photographs around the Philippines were published in the past in my old travel blog Travel-Tayo.blogspot.com and multiply.com account joneluy.multiply.com. It [...]
I’ll not be beating around the bush about this thing…err…dessert. There’s no other way of telling you what it is. Ok, it’s “That Chocolate Thing”! Yes, Bubba Gump itself wasn’t able to settle calling it any other way either, but they said we’ll love it.
Super Bowl of China, in cooperation with Yehey!, opened its kitchen doors to guests yesterday. Marketing Manager Roberto Vallar welcomed the visitors to a cooking demo by their top chefs. Led by Chef Roy and Chef Mike, they demonstrated how their four new dish offerings are cooked and prepared in Super Bowl’s very own kitchen [...]
The Seeing Cebu Travelogue Series parts one to five, which were published all Saturdays of November, was just concluded 3 days ago. It was also Let’s Go Sago’s first travelogue series. To share and celebrate this milestone with you, the readers, Sago is holding a small contest on the travelogue series that would run from [...]
I would like to share my experience, not only as a speaker but as an audience as well, in the recently concluded blog conference at the Asian Business Expo held in SMX Convention Center over the weekend of November 29, 2008. I would like to express my gratitude to the attendees, the organizers and to [...]
After touring Cebu City, Bantayan and Malapascua Islands from Day 1 to 4, “Adto nako Cebu” (I am leaving Cebu). Our feet were heavy as we woke up on the last morning of our adventure, not because of the tiring snorkeling activity we had the day before, but because we are about to leave this [...]
The Heritage Village of quiet Vigan was institutionalized as part of the UNESCO World Heritage List November of 1999. It was valued for preserved architectural and landscape design which embodied a unique fusion of Asian design and European architecture of a trading town during the 18th century Spanish colonial times.