Thursday, February 26, 2009

ReLaXinG aT d SpA

The other day when I was cleaning our room, I got surprised when I found an envelop in my closet from The Spa. It was a gift to us when we got married and it is expiring next week so I told my Hubby that we need to go there asap... Massage is one of our addiction and I wouldn't let that GC expire just like that...hihi... It was our first time to go to The Spa Trinoma, and like any other branches the place is clean and the ambiance itself is relaxing. The GC is for a deluxe massage we just added P500 for an executive massage in a couple's room. Since it's a weekday, we were the only customer that they're attending to. We got an excellent service and a total relaxation that we really enjoyed. Too bad I can't take pictures.

After our nice massage, we had a food trip at the all time favorite steak resto. We also tried a crepe from a new store in Trinoma for dessert. The crepe was big and delicious. We are supposed to buy 1 crepe only but when my Hubby taste it he loves it and told me to just buy another one... takaw!

It was indeed a one fine afternoon to indulge ourselves with our addiction....a massage and a good food. more

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

CuTe BLoGgEr AwArD

Sis Lorna tagged me, so here's my post:

1. Each blogger must post these rules.
2. Each blogger starts with ten random facts/habits about themselves.
3. Bloggers that are tagged need to write ten facts about themselves. You need to choose ten people to tag and list their names.

So, here are my ten, weird, random, little known facts or habits about myself.

1. My biggest accomplisment in my married life is to have Cocoy eat veggies...Champion! check this previous post for full story.

2. I love extreme sports. I love adrenalin rush.

3. It's so ironic that I'm hydrophobic and claustrophobic but I love snorkeling and caving.

4. I love adventure travel,road trip or nature tripping.

5. Because I love doing #4 i joined Greenpeace years back.

6. I'd rather go to the mountains and secluded beaches than going to bars.

7. so far the most beautiful beach I've been was El Nido.

8. The highlight of my 2008 was our Wedding, and the lowest point was when I lost our baby.

9. When I got married, I became a homebody...eww...hehe..cant believe it...

10. I love Cocoy soooo much but I think he loves me more...bwahahah feeling...

Now, I'm tagging the following:

Khim more

Monday, February 23, 2009

GrEeNPeAcE - No To BaTaaN NuCLeAr PoWeR PlaNt

I have always been a silent member of this Organization and I've been wanting to participate on the activities they are organizing. Last Sunday Greenpeace members assembled at UP Diliman Sunken Garden to express their stand against the use of dangerous nuclear power in Bataan. Volunteers formed a human banner to show message of solidarity. I have grabbed a picture here from Greenpeace site about the BNPP assembly last Sunday.

"Around 800 volunteers from Greenpeace and the Network Opposed to BNPP (Bataan Nuclear Power Plant) form a giant ‘human banner’ spelling “No to BNPP” in a campus in Quezon City, as a message of solidarity opposing a House bill to revive the mothballed nuclear plant. Greenpeace is calling on Congress representatives not to support the proposal and to withdraw their signatures from the bill which would effectively lock Filipinos into dependence on the world’s most unsafe and most expensive source of electricity."

For Flicker Photo Stream visit this site:
so sad they don't have it in I don't know how to embed this video from Flicker. more

Saturday, February 21, 2009

JoiN GrEeNpEaCe AsiA

GREENPEACE began with a small group of individuals who decided to get together to protest against nuclear testing at Amchitka, off the west coast of Alaska. They went on to form GREENPEACE and later initiated campaigns on major environmental issues. One of the founding principles of GREENPEACE is to "bear witness" - that is to watch and record environmental destruction. This principle of direct action together with peaceful confrontation, has been the cornerstone of GREENPEACE's campaigns.

Southeast Asia is of enormous significance to the future of the planet earth. The rich natural heritage of the region is worth protecting in its own right. However, the staggeringly rapid industrialization and economic growth of the past 30 years has come at a huge environmental cost. The environmental impacts of the region also stretch beyond their own national boundaries. Severe environmental degradation already exists across Southeast Asia. Apart from the recent Asian financial crisis, pollution and resources destruction are further intensifying as multinational companies and industrialized nations target the region for the expansion of their environmentally destructive operations and technologies. Reinforcing these problems is the lack of awareness among the Asian public about environmental destruction and weak democratic mechanisms to empower communities to influence decisions. Recognizing the importance of the developmental potential and threats in these areas, and in order to consolidate and expand its campaign work in Southeast Asia, Greenpeace is increasing its activities in the region.

Here's the youtube video to show what is GreenPeace for.

Greenpeace is already active in many part of Asia. Our work in the region has included stopping hazardous waste imports, opposing radioactive shipments, campaigning against forest destruction, lobbying governments on sustainable energy issues and drawing attention to the dangers of waste incinerations. Often working with other local groups, Greenpeace has run successful campaigns in the Philippines, Taiwan, India, and Indonesia. We made a commitment to develop a presence in Asia in late 80s and early 90s, and first established an office in Japan (1989) and then China (1997). Initial investigations were also initiated in SEA, focusing primarily on Indonesia and Philippines.

Southeast Asia is in a key position to determine global environmental security. Over the past 30 years, Greenpeace has successfully campaigned in industrialized countries to reduce and eliminate environmental pollution and degradation. However, these efforts and many achievements can easily be reversed as these same multinational companies export dirty technologies resulting in environmental degradation in the region. Hence, after many years of investigations and establishing campaign presence in key countries, Greenpeace finally succeeded in opening an office in the region. Greenpeace Southeast Asia was formally established on March 1, 2000. more

Friday, February 20, 2009

To tHaiLaNd WiTh LoVe

Hey guys I want to share a travel promo by Air Asia that I joined. You might be planning your vacation this coming months just log on at to join the promo, who knows you might get your dream vacation for free. The promo will run until March 16, 2009.

How to Participate?

1. Give reasons why you love thailand
2. Ensure that its creative and witty but make sense
3. Refer this site to as many friends as possible
4. The entry that puts a biggest smile on the judges and with most referred email will win.

It's so easy! You may submit as many comments as you like. more

Thursday, February 19, 2009


Get at least 15% off the Best Available Rate when you stay at any Pan Pacific hotel or resort!

From now until 15 March 2009, Pan Pacific guests will receive 15% savings off the Best Available Rate when they stay at Pan Pacific Manila. Guests are now able to plan ahead and enjoy significant savings as this promotion is valid for stays until 31 May 2009.

SuperSaver Room Promotion also includes guaranteed late checkout until 3pm.

Check the site: more

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

StAnD uP aNd Be CouNteD!

Be one of hundreds who will make a difference this Sunday.

Lawmakers in the Philippines are recently going all out to promote nuclear power.

Recently they have proposed a House Bill to revive the 'mothballed' Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP).

Nuclear power is the most dangerous and most expensive source of electricity. And it is not the solution to climate change.

That's why we would like you to join us in saying NO TO BNPP.

As a valued Greenpeace supporter, we're inviting you to come along this Sunday and help us create a "human banner" as a symbol of solidarity with the people of Bataan.

Where: Sunken Garden of the University of the Philippines in Diliman

When: 8am this Sunday, February 22, 2009

We will use this image and your support to send a strong message to our lawmakers: "NO TO BNPP".

If you would like to be part of this activity, please confirm your attendance by Thursday, by calling Supporter Services at (02)4146512 local 102, 103, 104. You can also reply to this email together with the names of your friends or family who can attend.

Hope to see you there! more

Sunday, February 15, 2009


and this is the continuation of our Valentine's Celebration... =)

We went to Serendra today to have a date...wahahaha!!! it's our post Valentine's date and we're looking for a place to eat. Somewhere that will satisfy our big tummy. We saw Brazil Churassco, I've been there once and I'm sure that my Hubby will enjoy the food there coz it's buffet. =)

This resto is basicaly a buffet restaurant serving barbeque or what they call churassco in Brazil. There's a table in the middle where you can get the buffet. The buffet serves continental food, pasta, salad and desserts. The only thing in the menu are beverages. There's also a system on how to get the bbq. The staff will give you a yoyo with a green and red side. If you turn it to green then they will serve you a non stop BBQ. Those bbq's are fresh from the grill with skewers on it and is directly taken out on the customers plate. As far as I remember the bbq selections are beef brisket, beef hanging tender, pork something =), lamb leg, chicken sausage, cheesy sausage and some sausage that I forgot the name, cattle fish, grilled saging na saba, grilled pineapple and corn. Wew! that was awesome, we didn't notice that we're getting full until we turn the Yoyo to red. The staffs are fast, they serve the grilled food as if it's your last supper. My Hubby really enjoyed the food there coz I know it's his type of food. Then we're finished and they gave us a gift coz it's Valentine's. The gift is something like a rose bud tea and I don't know yet if it is used as a tea to drink or just an ornament. At first glance I thought it was a potpourri.

After that sumptuous meal we decided to stroll around Bonifacio High Street to see what else to do. I took that opportunity to take some pictures around.

This is the Yoyo we used to tell the staff that "we want more! we want more!"

These bikes caught my attention coz they're so colorful and girlish, I can imagine young girls biking in a village talking about their crushes with matching Kilig.

Bonifacio High Street


Back Street Boys..hehe more

Saturday, February 14, 2009

5 tHiNgS To Do iF You'Re SiNgLe oN VaLenTiNes

Valentine's Day is closely associated to a tradition of expressing love for your loved ones mostly couples or lovers. But hey you shouldn't be frustrated on being single on Valentine's Day coz this day isn't just for couples but for everybody.

Try these 5 Tips on what to do on Valentines Day if you are single.

1. Go out with your Single Friends - try a movie marathon with your friends or have dinner. You may be laughing out loud with your friends on dinner forgetting that it's Valentines. Who said that you wouldn't get a great dinner out of the night of Valentine's day?

2. Treat yourself to Spa and Massage
- it would be nice to relax and enjoy yourself with a nice spa and massage so all the tension of your body would be gone.

3. Try to go out of town - it's nice to see a new place every now and then so you get to have more memories,experience and pictures someday.

4. Spend quality time with your family - just stay home and play psp with your younger siblings or cook for your family.

5. Go to the Gym - there will be less people in the gym, you can do your routines fast coz you don't have to wait for someone to finish on the equipment. more

HaPpY HeArTs DaY

It's that time of the year again, flower shops are sprouting everywhere, gift ideas and cards can be seen in the malls, romantic movies are out, and on my way to work yesterday at around 6:30am delivery boys were so busy looking for the building where they will deliver the flowers. Oh yeah o yes, it's Valentine's Day! It's really nice to see the reaction of the girls when they get a bouquet of flowers. They're so Kiligggg! hehe! There are different kinds of romantic tactics where you will really get Kilig! There are even some guys I know who also received their bouquet of flowers...haha! Flowers are not only for girls huh!
Now I wonder what's my Hubby's plan for me this Valentines... hehe...expecting...

I just let the day pass, met up with a friend and decided to go home by 11:00pm. When I entered the gate of our home I really got surprised to see a bouquet of beautiful flowers in the scooter. I was so happy to see that coz I'm not expecting one that night.

This is the 1st bouquet I found outside

Then I went in the room and found another bouquet of flowers in bed with 3 chocolates, a note and guess what....a Siopao...haha! Who would think that a Siopao can be a romantic gift for Valentines, it may be funny for you guys but hey it's our favorite siopao from Kowloon so who cares heheh... I so love my hubby, he always surprises me and he knows what would make me happy and how to make me happy. Happy Valentine's Day Daddy!!! Luv yah!

2nd Bouquet of flower,chocolates,a note & siopao! more

Monday, February 9, 2009

HeLLo WoRLd!

Wow "Hello World" hmm sounds familiar...isn't this a familiar word in programming? hehe

At last, at last I've already set up my blog site. This is my first time to blog and I don't know how to start. Please be kind to a newbie... wala bang smiley dito? hihi... more