Saturday, November 26, 2016

Skywater Park finally in Cebu

Out with cousins we decided to check the newly opened Skywater Park at the 6th floor of JCenter Mall. 

Magnificent view at the top of 6th floor of JCenter Mall, located along AS Fortuna Avenue, Mandaue City Cebu.

This is the soon-to-open Toyoko Inn that has the direct access to the resort. All you need are practically covered since they not only serve food at the resort, you may also opt to go down the mall and choose your favorite restaurant downstairs.

Bunch of cousins came to check the place for a family reunion venue soon. Not sure if we're taking it but it's definitely considered. On our back is the kids pool and slides. 

Feels like summer in November. On our back is the main pool. It's connected to the infinity pool, swim-up pool bar that's really cool and the Jacuzzi too.

Create your story in the Cabana area. It's kinda off from the pools to give privacy somehow. The Cabana costs P7,500 for a group of 5 inclusive of entrance already and 4 hours of use.

They have 4 Cabanas and they're really cute. You can cover your tent for privacy.

It's just so cozy, I can't leave without a yoga pose. 

You can come and check it out yourself. It was just a very quick tour so I might not have covered everything. 

You may also contact 09176467053 Janna Banares of Sales for more info and reservation. Have a nice day!

Sunday, November 13, 2016

No sharp edges

Live your life without sharp edges;
Let things move through you.

Allow things to simply be
Just as they are.

Afterall, we are made of movement.
And in anything stagnant,
Both in the body and in the mind
Only keeps us from finding our true self.

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

And here comes my most favorite time of the year.....


Love this beautifully adorned Christmas Tree at the center of SM Seaside Cebu.

What's your favorite time of the year?

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Foodtrippin: The Best Pochero in Town

There's always a time when you salivate and you dream about a place where you can eat anything you like.

From seafoods, porks, beefs, vegetables and kinilaw. Imagining how sumptuous your lunch can be is always undeniably good when matched with cheap prices. So where in Cebu City can you get that?
EKIT'S Foodhaus of course!

There were no customers yet when we came in at 10:30am, so we get to choose properly. It's just so confusing what to eat coz I want them all on my table. Imagine that.

Yep she's inked, look at what's on her back? It says Ekit Pochero, isn't she amazing? 

You are not a Bisaya if you hate "suka", vinegar as commonly known. When I saw this bottle, I suddenly wanted it with a grilled fish. Savory it is!

At an average cost of P30 per serving you'll leave the place full and satisfied. Pochero is at P60 per serving, we took 3 orders. Hmmmm, how's that? Just don't expect anything fancy, this place is a carenderia still. As a carenderia it's not different from the others in terms of the general ambiance, but the people who go there are a mix of Class A, B, and C. I remember faces like Derik Ramsey and Peter Lim, among Ekit's selfie with guests.

A Secret
Shhhh... This is a secret. Despite the fun and amazing food choices, I still end up saying mama's (my own mother) pochero is stl the best.

How to get there?
Follow your tummy, ahm, I mean follow the direction below from google:

Got more questions, post your comments below... ⬇️⬇️⬇️

Friday, July 15, 2016

Forex in Town

Have you ever heard what FOREX is?
If not then this is about time you consider a study of any FOREX Opportunity. Why? Because forex is a multi-trillion business and you are lucky since there's now a local company that provides forex education. 

So what is FOREX?
It is the concept of buying when the currency is bound to appreciate and selling when it is bound to depreciate.
It is an extremely lucrative business. The risk is high, yet to any practicing trader who applies risk management, risk is something that happens on a day to day basis, not only with FOREX.

1. There are 3 classifications of FOREX. 
-Directly Quoted 
-Indirectly Quoted

2. FOREX is also known as currency trading. Each currency is paired with another currency such as:
-USDJPY (indirectly quoted)
-USDCHF (indirectly quoted)
-GBPUSD (directly quoted)
-EURUSD (directly quoted)
-AUDUSD (directly quoted)
-NZDUSD (directly quoted)
-CHFJPY (cross-rates)
-and many more currency pairs into the list 

Can we really make money with FOREX?
Yes. It's easy you, know? Below are steps of how to start with.

Forex Cebu is powered by Wall Street Business Consultancy Corp., a SEC registered company that aims to promote FOREX education not only in the Philippines but to the world. Check their website, for more information.

Forex Cebu conducts regular weekly orientation for free. Yes, orientation is conducted for FREE. This is the best time to grab the chance and don't allow yourself to be left behind. Oh, you might have to sign up first as seats are very limited on a weekly basis. 

Monday, March 14, 2016

Cebuanos in Kalanggaman Island

Everyone needs a little time away. Yes, away from the buzzing city life and stressful work, where all you worry about are the basic things such as food, water, and place to sleep while you get to enjoy nature at its best. Talking about nature,  

Philippines has been so blessed with natural resources be it in the mountains, seas, anywhere... you name it!

My team's quest for another adventure settled with the idea of camping, nature trippin' and swimming. Kalanggaman Island was deemed perfect for the thought. 

How to get there?
There are many ways to get there but our team opted to choose Bogo (North of Cebu), since this is one of the easiest and fastest way to get there.  From the City Proper, it took us about an hour and thirty minutes on a private vehicle to Polambato, Bogo where our boat-ride is waiting. We took this Port, since we were many... roughly around 30 pax, so we chartered a boat to the island for P12,000. Mind you, had I known, I would have opted for Maya or Nailon instead to pick a ride since the one we had isn't really for passenger ride. Apparently, we were toasted under the heat of the sun.

Some can opt to travel via Maya, the Port for Malapascua, where a boat-man can be commissioned. Mostly, vessels coming from this port would charge around P5,000-P7,500 for an overnight in the island.

You may contact Danny, a referral from a friend (which came only after our travel) via mobile numbers 0909 307 7190 or 0906 390 5866.
Ideally, the island is for anyone who seeks adventure.
The sandbar is a masterpiece.

My panoramic view is breath-taking.

Reaching the far end of the sand bar was perfect to wait for the sunset.

Meanwhile, in the other side of the island....
What's best to do?

Lay back on a hammock....
Walk around and explore the island...
Set-up your tents and get excited for the evening...

I will surely come back here. If only Kalanggaman Island is just a stone throw away, this will certainly be a favorite weekend getaway.

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