PAL Php777 Promo Fare


Philippine Airlines has an ongoing 777 promo for all domestic flights. Details below.

Selling Period: 31 January to 04 February 2012,
Travelling Period: 07 February to 21 March 2012 and 01 June to 15 August 2012
Book and buy through using MasterCard, Visa, JCB debit/credit card or BancNet ATM card or My ePrepaid MasterCard.
Limited seats only!


Luzon: Laoag, Legazpi, Puerto Princesa
Visayas: Bacolod, Cebu, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Roxas, Tacloban and Tagbilaran
Mindanao: Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, General Santos, Ozamiz, and Zamboanga

1Applicable One-way Surcharges (YQ): Luzon-PHP296;Visayas-PHP300; Mindanao-PHP400
2ALL-IN One-way fares are INCLUSIVE of Surcharges and  V.A.T.  but EXCLUSIVE of PHP15.00 Aviation Security Fee (ASF).

Fare Conditions:

  • Valid for one way and combinable for roundtrip travel on economy class
  • Valid on PR-operated services only.
  • This offer is valid only for sale in the Philippines (PAL ticket offices and travel agents), and in the Philippine Airlines website.
  • Last day for ticket issuance is 04 February 2012. Travel must be completed by 15 August 2012
  • WPR must be booked during the promo period only. Go-show is not allowed
  • WPR is non-refundable and non-reroutable. Upgrading is allowed only to fare types KPR / XPR / BPR / VFB / QPR / HPR / MPR / LPR / SPR / N3 / Y3 / D / C / J1
  • Upgrading to higher fare is permitted provided that non-refundable amount remains non-refundable
  • Change fee for rebooking due to upgrade is at PHP800 per sector. Rebooking on the same booking class is not allowed. Change fee for re-issuance is allowed at PHP800 per sector. No Show Surcharge is PHP600 per sector
  • Other discounts:
    Infant Without Seat – 85% of the accompanying adult fare
  • Mileage accrual - 25%

Panagbenga Festival Schedule of Activities


The 17th Panagbenga Festival is on! Haven't actually been there to witness the festivities but I remember being in Baguio on the way to Mt. Pulag during one of the parades last year and city really bustling with tourists.


Here's the schedule of activities to guide you. You can perhaps reserve accommodations in advance so you won't be sleeping at the bus station (which we are planning to do).

  • Panagbenga Opening Parade – February 1, 2012
  • Market Encounter – February 1 – March 4, 2012
  • Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom – February 11, 2012
  • Handog ng Panagbenga sa Baguio – February 12, 2012
  • Fluvial Float Parade – February 12, 2012
  • Ipitik Festival – February 19 – 26, 2012
  • Grand Street Dancing Parade – February 25, 2012
  • Grand Float Parade – February 26, 2012
  • Session Road in Bloom – February 27 To March 4, 2012
  • Pony Boy’s Day – March 2, 2012
  • Panagbenga Closing Ceremonies and Grand Fireworks Display – March 4, 2012

I especially want to witness the famous float parade. But that's 2 days before Valentine's. I'm sure it'll be hard to find a travel buddy. My young friends would surely be saving their baon for a date. LoL!

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Resty left last night not knowing it was my birthday. LoL!

But I really appreciate the visit coming all 8 hours away frm Isabella.

He even brought this kakanin that he said can only be found in his province.

It's called patupat. It's like biko wrapped inside what looked like cute little purses made of buli. Nanay and I were so amused at the purses we didn't wanna eat the patupats.

Resty pays a visit


Resty arrived from Isabella. I thought he visited cuz he knew it was my birthday, but I was wrong.

He dropped by just because. LoL!

By the way, Resty was the one who gave me Princess 4 years ago.

Princess still gets excited everytime she sees him, no matter how few and far between they meet. Princess doesn't want to be photogtaphed, though.

Anyway, Resty is still here and still doesn't know it's my birthday.

Prepping Up


Trying to comb her (a little unsuccessfully) before she retires for the night.



Nanay brought this from the birthday party of a one-year-old named Sophie.

Lovely giveaways, don't you think?

Wikipedia on a Black Out


And I thought Wikipedia's black out will affect me not.


Until I Googled something, clicked a link that brought me to a Wikipedia page, and while reading the article, the page shifted into that picture above.

Let's admit it, Wikipedia is currently the largest source of information on the web. It's accessible wherever there's internet.

The US Congress is considering an anti-piracy legislation "that could fatally damage the free and open Internet." That's the reason why Wikipedia will black out their site. To protest. To raise awareness.

My stand on this one: everyone's entitled to free information.



I love this bag Oliver Altman is holding in the Canari Spring/Summer 2012 shoot.

I'm really considering full time blogging so I can use one.

Blogging on Android app


This is a test post.

And i hope it works.

Mobile Blogging


This is a test post. Just trying out if blogging on android phone is ok. Although I can't figger out how to change the position of the picture.
Second paragraph. I hope it doesn't put big gaps between paragraphs. Hate big gaps.
I'm using the app called Blogaway, by the way... Way... Way...

DOT Unveils New Logo and Slogan


#ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines and #1forfun trended on Twitter 30 minutes after the Department of Tourism (DOT) released its new campaign logo and slogan, "It's More Fun in the Philippines" on Friday, January 6, 2012.


The logo, which is a banig weave forming the Philippine map, and slogan will be used to promote Philippine tourism starting April 2012 to kick off an ambitious campaign to attract 12 million tourists annually to visit the country.



For me, it's not really the gift that matters but the thought of giving that came along with it. So I gave my two nieces a HerBench handkerchief each and I got a pricey t-shirt from one and a jejemon shorts from the other. :D

Today, I decided to wear the jejeshorts for the first time...


... making me feel like a Paulinian. Haha!

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You Prefer Them Big or Small?


I woke up late the second day of the year. And this was what's left for me on the table:


I don't understand why they cooked hotdogs in different sizes. Weird.

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