January 31, 2011
After validation, I shall email you the details of this event.
They'll enjoy Unlimited Play, Magic Show, Story telling, Games, Face Painting, Loot bags, Snacks & so much more.
Kids come in your best Cupid Costume to win exciting prizes (1st prize will win 6 months of FREE Unlimited Play Pass!!!) So come and join ACTIVEFUN as they celebrate the hearts day their way! Everyone will surely have fun, come in your best cupid costume, come in red or your best valentine outfit. This celebration will certainly be a memorable one!
Call 332-3929 for more info.
In memory and appreciation of my late Grandmother, Lodovina Perol Daniel, I will be popping some bubble wraps later...
History: (Source: Wikipedia)
Bubble wrap was invented in 1957 by engineers Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes. Fielding and Chavannes sealed two shower curtains together, creating a smattering of air bubbles, which they originally tried to sell as wallpaper. When the product turned out to be unsuccessful as wallpaper, the team marketed it as greenhouse insulation. Although Bubble Wrap was branded by Sealed Air Corporation (founded by Fielding and Chavannes) in 1960, it was not until a few years later that its use in protective packaging was discovered. As a packaging material, Bubble Wrap's first client was IBM, which used the product to protect the IBM 1401 computer during shipment. Fielding and Chavannes were inducted into the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame in 1993. Sealed Air celebrated Bubble Wrap's 50th birthday in January 2010.
January 30, 2011
Want to avail big savings of up to 95% worth of merchandise? A total of 10,000 pesos worth of Winila.com merchandise will be given away for the 1st Fifty (50) registrants. That’s a whooping 200 worth Winila.com load or 20 points for you to bid and win gadgets or items.
Just register to winila.com then comment to this post; place your name, Winila Username, E-mail and contact number! Give it a try to have a chance to win cool items like cell phone, Ipad, gadgets, GC to be delivered right before your doorsteps or you can pick it up at the office if you like.
Juan de Salcedo, grandson of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, settled in Vigan in 1572 and renamed the area Villa Fernandina after his King’s son. He built Vigan patterned after his grandfather’s construction of Intramuros. In 1755, the seat of Nueva Segovia, the diocese of northern Luzon that was first established in Cagayan, was moved to Vigan. The cathedral was built in 1790 and 1800 and stood out among Vigan’s beautiful sights. Since then, the city was developed by the Chinese merchants and artisans who inherited the next aristocracy.
Watch the ruins..
...and the still good structures.
Picture-picture with family...
...and the kids, too...
...not to forget, the MEN in our lives, who drove 10 hours to reach Vigan.
Shop for pasalubong...
January 29, 2011
Overlooking view where newly weds can do photo shoots right after the wedding
How to Get There:
From Tagaytay, take the way going to Nasugbu, Batangas. Turn left at the entrance of the Evercrest Hotel and Resort (after Petron Station). You won’t miss this hotel as it has a huge entrance gate. Chapel on the Hill is located about a kilometer from the entrance. Just ask the guards for directions but it is located on the left side. It shares the same main gate entrance with Calaruega Church, the hotel and Don Bosco.
Chapel on the Hill
Address: Don Bosco, Batulao, Batangas
Contact Person : Ms. Lory
Tel. No.: +63 2 7435614 (Manila