It was one of those weekends when I got the urge to revisit some old routes that I’ve not been to for quite a while. This time I thought of running along Manila Bay via Roxas Blvd. from Quiapo, Manila to the SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City.
The University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman campus in Quezon City is what I consider to be one of the best places to run in Metro Manila—but I have not been here in ages so I decided to do a quick visit and see how much has changed.
Ever since I’ve heard that one of Korea’s most popular fried chicken restaurant chain, Kyo Chon, had arrived in the Philippines, I’ve always wanted to try it and like any new foreign franchises arriving in the country, the queue is just long. Fortunately, luck was on my side and I was able to avoid the crowd and finally get in.
Avon Philippines invites men and women to Walk and Run (WAR) Against Breast Cancer on October 12, 2014 in SM Mall of Asia. And if you register by the end of August, you’ll have an early bird discount!
It had been quite a while since I’ve been to one of the most refreshing spots in Manila, Rizal Park. Like a lot of places in the Metro, it too had lots of recent developments, and here’s how it looked like as of August 2014.
Whether you run for the thrill of it, to stay fit of healthy, or both, get ready for a more enjoyable running routine as Salomon promotes Citytrail running, inspired from its mountain trail running heritage. Alongside the launch of Salomon’s Citytrail products, the brand is happily prepping to host the first-ever event in the Philippines following its success in different countries including the U.S., and select countries in Europe and Asia such as Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Another long weekend is coming and for many Filipinos, that also means a good chance to travel. For those who may be thinking of going out of the country for a quick vacation, here’s a list (based on a Wikipedia article) of countries where Philippine passport holders can enter without a visa.