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I ain’t jokin’ when I told you BLACK is my favorite color. On anything. Coke zero is black. Marlboro black is, well, black. I have mostly black fashion pieces I can qualify as a goth. Less emo, please. AND I WOULD TOTALLY DIG GLOBE TATTOO BLACK.

LTE is finally within our reach, and I am proud to be a Globe subscriber, that it’s the first of its kind here in the country!!! Read on for more details, and how you can score exlcusive tickets to the hottest DJ parties in town!

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MB, what?

Who’s a fan of Johnoy Danao here? Yes, he’s the composer-singer who toured the Moonleaf Tea Shop chain and who sang the jingle above. Listen to this beautifully composed song (which sticks to your ears, really) explaining how to use your internet efficiently and wisely!

Learn and enjoy, folks!

Go on a trip with PHL360!

PHL360° is a 16-episode fusion of reality TV and travel show circling around the stories of eight indie travelers embarking on a trip around the Philippines. This is an entertaining and informative project for gung-ho and bold travelers who share the same passion and advocacies as independent travelers. Eight different kinds of travelers doing four extraordinary trips in four different destinations in the country (north, south, east and west).

Eight folks will be grouped into four. Say, a surfer is partnered with mountaineer or party-traveler meets camper. Each duo travels to a place both not suited to their personalities with a mission of “how they will make the trip extra meaningful.” We will see what happens after the weekender trip and some surprise twists along the way. It is a reality/documentary show so everything will be recorded from pre-travel to post trip. Each show runs for 15 minutes, airing every Tuesday and Saturday.


Just as I was finished with my Puerto Galera series, and recovering from my expenses, and paying off debts, and now have a whole lot like a travel plan thereafter; I came across a friend who introduced me to this somewhat between a dream and a life plan. PHL360 is as ambitious as it gets, but I must admit that this looks like a lot of promise. I’ll definitely be glued to my laptop every Tuesday and Saturday because I know somebody out there is living my dream.

Not that it frustrates me, but I am rather challenged and inspired as early as now… and it hasn’t even started yet! My dream in a webisode, I think, I better start saving now, before I succumb!

This will keep me up all night… you know, thinking about travel and… that lifestyle I wish I get to live. I wish the best, and may the odds be ever in your favor, Team PHL360!

Itchy feet,

Globe partners with MIAA for NAIA WiFi Globe partners with MIAA for NAIA WiFi

Globe Telecom partners with the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) for Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) access for Metro Manila’s air passenger terminals, namely the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), NAIA Terminals 2 and 3, as well as theManilaDomesticAirport. The partnership comes on the heels of Globe, through flagship broadband brand Tattoo, being certified as the number one broadband brand in thePhilippines and on the back of the massive modernization in the company’s telecommunications network.

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Last Week in… er, Text

This was supposedly titled Last Week in Photos. But I guess it’s different when you have work and your internet provider is really getting to your nerves. My default editing and watermark is at home. And I really feel guilty uploading my stuff here at the office, especially when we are equally problematic about our connection also. Just think prudence, okay?

So, I’ll wait for Globe to give me back my internet. If ever Globe reads this, please know that your CSR sucks. Please, invest on your front line men.

So here goes, a more diary-ish entry (I actually remembered I kept one because it was required – not a fan of handwriting) of what happened last week.

  • September 5, Monday – still sick from the previous week. One of those very few days that I was compelled and I was comfortable going home early. Seriously, I ached for my bed. Sidetrip to Malolos to give something to my Aunt.
  • September 6, Tuesday – as if I was any better. Went out with Jen and Nica of Punchdrunk Panda and shopped for the Community Creativity Camp (CCC) – our little CSR activity at Brgy. Fort. I will blog further after we are done with it. We ate at Bodhi and had Chatime after (yes, very random taste bud stimulation.) I also got to know them better. Met Jen after and had maki at Bubble Tea. I can’t believe myself being sick and still going out. Me already!!!
  •  September 7, Wednesday – Wonder Wednesdays at My Masterpiece Movement! I think this is what they call art therapy. And yes, as I expected, it helped me clear my mind – long overdue since my Sagada plans had flopped. Also got to meet people we will be working with at the CSR. Great and creative people!

  • September 8, Thursday – rested, nothing much. But I read a lot of blogs which are written by people who moved to NYC. Very interesting. Will blog about this further in the coming days.
  • September 9, Friday – Accompanied my boss to her talk at Assumption College. Gawd, I haven’t reached a year and I missed school already. Anyway. I went to Meiday at Cubao X with Pate and Chris after. Nothing much, since I think the gigs at BSIDE the next day were the highlights. Just had some drinks with Pate and Chris. And srsly, what is happening at Cubao X. Redeem!!!
  • September 10, Saturday – was supposed to go to the RCAP victory party, but then I got a lil tipsy last night so I woke up late. Went straight to the CCC run through at the MMM headquarters. Also watched Zombadings (like, FINALLY!) with Audrey, and Nikko her boyfriend. Was really laughing all the time, even screeched at some parts (ANG EKSENA SA HAGDAN HOWMAYGAD!!!!) and I was really concerned that they may be freaked out watching it with me since I’m all out noisy inside the cinema. Fortunately they understood why – kasi relate much lang akechiwa. Had dinner at Bonchon and I swear it taste so sinful, I can’t believe it’s healthier than Mcdo or KFC or whatnot.

  • September 11, Sunday – went to my former church in Bulacan, and met some friends I haven’t seen for the longest time. Saw some faces I’d rather not see, too. Srsly, ang plastic lang nila. Won’t be back for another lifetime, I guess.

So that’s it. I wish there’s internet already when I come home. My backlog will eat me already. Like, seriously.


Bah, humbug!

RANT POST. You’ve been informed.
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