Watched the Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU) – Far Eastern University (FEU) UAAP Basketball Final Four game at the Mall of Asia (MOA) yesterday with a couple of friends. Sad that our alma mater Ateneo lost to FEU by a … Continue reading Dinner at Seaside Macapagal after Ateneo lost to FEU in Game 1 of the UAAP Men’s Basketball Final 4
Got an email today announcing the Landers Superstore Super Crazy Sale this coming December 3 and 4, 2016. This email from the Landers Superstore got me excited as I greatly enjoyed Landers Superstore’s previous Crazy Sale. I was able to buy several cartful of products then because of so many good deals. I hope this coming Landers Superstore Super Crazy Sale will be as good. Christmas is around the corner and I am looking forward to doing some of my Christmas shopping at the Landers Superstore Cazy Sale. Continue reading Landers Superstore Super Crazy Sale
I thank God for blessing me with wonderful in-laws. My mother-in-law is so much just like my mom — selfless and caring. She always puts family, me included, before herself. My father-in-law is so different in personality to my own dad, but is as wonderful and as fun. He really treats me like his own son. My brothers and sisters in-laws are all wonderful and great as well. To say i married well is an understatement. Stories about monster in-laws abound, and the thought of having one did scare me. I am indeed thankful that my experiences were just of … Continue reading Blessed with Wonderful In-laws.
The remains of the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos was buried 12 noon today at the Libingan ng mga Bayani The said burial today caught many by surprise. Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos, daughter of the late dicator, even said yesterday that they were still waiting for the military’s advise on the possible date on when the burial can be scheduled. It later came out that the Marcos family had already informed and coordinated with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) of their plan to have the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos buried today. Anti-Marcos protests are currently happening in … Continue reading Ousted Dictator Ferdinand Marcos buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.
I have been following the latest season of The Amazing Race Asia. Currently, only 6 teams remain. Of thr six remaining teams, 2 come from The Philippines. The Philippines has consistly fielded very strong teams in each and every season of The Amazing Race Asia. Teams from the Philippines were always tagged as the favorites to finish first in their respective The Amazing Race Asia seasons. I distintly remember how dominant Rovilson Fernandez and Marc Nelson was in the maiden season of the Amazing Race Asia. They practically finished first in all the legs except, unfortunately, the last and final … Continue reading Amazing Race Asia
I attended a travel fair at The World Trade Center in Pasay last Saturday. I got out around 6pm, and called a friend who lives nearby to see if he and his wife would want to have dinner with me anywhere near the area. He said he was craving for some shrimp tempura, and was thinking of having some at the Dampa in Seaside Macapagal. Always had loved the place, and since I havent been there for quite some time, i immediately agreed. The Dampa in Seaside Macapagal is located along Macapagal Avenue, just a few hundred meters near the … Continue reading Tempura at the Trinity Restaurant in Seaside Macapagal
Republican Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States of America. He defeats Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton. Interesting times ahead. In other news, Canada’s Immigration Website was said to have gone down. The site, it was said, could not handle the number of people going into the site to find information regarding migration to Canada. Wow, just wow Continue reading Donald Trump wins the US Presidency