The Philippine Gazette published an Infographic that lists the 2016 holidays in its Twitter account.
I was playing with Apple’s iMovie app in my iPhone yesterday, and I found an option to create movies from Trailer templates. So I tried, and I had a few clips from our Manila Ocean Park trip last February lying around.
This movie I created for like 30 minutes or so only with my iPhone 5S and the iMovie app. Here goes:
Giulia Raphaelle christening that happened last December 20, 2014 at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Manila, while reception followed at Movie Stars Cafe in Pasay City. Here’s the video brought to you by Deuts Production.
It was a little over 10K walkathon for me this Good Friday as I visited seven (7) churches around and about Makati’s business district.
The route I took is as follows:
- St. Joseph the Worker Parish, 4927 Enrique St., Palanan
- San Ildefonso Parish, A. Arnaiz Ave. cor. M. Reyes St., Pio del Pilar
- St. John Bosco Parish, A. Arnaiz Ave. Cor. Amorsolo St., P.O. Box 1336, M C P O
- Sts. Peter And Paul Parish, 5539 D.M. Rivera St., Poblacion
- St. Andrew The Apostle Parish, N. Garcia And Neptune Sts., Bel-air II
- Holy Cross Parish, 211 J. P. Rizal St.
- National Shrine Of The Sacred Heart Of Jesus, Sacred Heart St. (formerly Dao St.), San Antonio Village
I actually planned and mapped in advance the locations and routes in Google Maps:
You may check out the map in Google Maps.
I had my Canon Powershot G15 with me and here are the pictures I took to document the day: Check out the Gallery after the jump »
Probably the best thing I missed about home, my Dad’s version of KBL — Kadios, Baboy (Pork), and Langka (Jackfruit), made from fresh Kadios ang Langka. To taste is to believe!
Was craving for Sisig yesterday, so I ordered one from Sisig Hooray at Cash & Carry here in Makati:
Now, for P55.00 I don’t actually know what I just paid for the most: the pork, chicharon or onion. It ain’t even rice (’twas like half of a regular serving). Continue reading
Had dinner at the World Chicken in Glorietta 4 foodcourt last night. And it struck me that the usual long queue at the counter during that time of the night is now completely devoid.
Could possibly be because of the currently running promo over at Max’s about Chicken-All-You-Can eh?
The pictures above were taken with nothing special, my Samsung Omnia Pro GT-B7330 smartphone.
The first, and so far the only, branch in Metro Manila of the Ilonggo’s favorite ‘Deco’s Original La Paz Batchoy‘ opened last August 14, 2009, concurrent to the opening of the Alphaland Southgate Mall, at the corner of Pasong Tamo (Chino Roces Avenue) and EDSA, Makati City.