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This photo was taken during the early days of Greenbelt 5. I think this spot is near the Rolex shop, which has yet to open that time.
The Greenbelt 5 attempted robbery yesterday was a brazen act and a real shocker. Just like the Glorietta 2 incident, my family or I could have been nearby or right at the spot where the unfortunate event took place.
According to the news, six armed men dressed in bomb-squad uniforms went to the Rolex shop and attempted to rob it. The investigation is ongoing.
Our observation is that the spot of Rolex shop is at the middle and a good walking, or even running distance, from the exits. The robbers must have really been quick to be able to leave the place and escape the authorities.
The incident shook me. The place is close to my heart because I am there almost every day of the week!Greenbelt 5, Makati City, Robbery | Comments
Yes, Collezione C2, the now popular store that carries the My Pilipinas Series, has opened in Greenbelt 5. The store got the public’s attention with the My Pilipinas t-shirts. Now the store has a bigger clothing collection. The My Pilipinas Series now includes hoodies, shorts, dresses, knitted blouses, and collared- and non-collared shirts.
Wizheart and I had our usual Friday date earlier and went strolling Greenbelt 5 while deciding where to dine. We chanced upon Collezione C2 and checked it out. Look who I saw there, too? Yes, the bubbly and uber friendly IC Mendoza!
Collezione C2 is at the 2nd level of Greenbelt 5. It’s on the side that is nearer Greenbelt 1.
By the way, Collezione C2 now has two outlets in Ayala Center-Makati. The other store is in Glorietta 3.business, Collezione C2, Greenbelt 5, Makati City, malls | Comments
Today is Blog Action Day, and the theme is “Climate Change.“ Very fitting theme in the light of what’s happening in the country and in the rest of the world.
I live in a country where typhoons outnumber the number of months in a year. Can the number of typhoons outnumber that of the days of the month? I hope not. But the possibility is there. And the most likely culprit is climate change.Blog Action Day 2009, Environment, Events | Comments
Last Saturday, we went to D’Clarion Merchandise Store (Burgos St., Libertad, Pasay City) to buy scouting paraphernalia. You can find all your boys and girls scouting needs there.
Aside from the main Boy Scouts headquarters in Manila, this is the only store that is authorized to distribute scouting clothes and accessories.
So, when we got there, we had to buy an extra of everything so that we didn’t have to go back there.
Easiest is taking a cab. But when a cab is not available, you can take the LRT and get off at Libertad Station. Burgos Street is a 5-minute walk from Libertad Station. There is a 7-11 store and Jollibee at the corner of Burgos and Arnaiz Streets.
From and to Makati, you can take the jeepney plying Libertad-SM-Landmark and get off at the corner.
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GLOBE SPECIAL AWARDS
Congratulations to the organizers of PBA ‘09!
As PBA this year is looking at “One Blogging Nation,” catch PBA Visayas Awards Night on October 18 at Ayala City Sports, Cebu City, and PBA Mindanao Awards Night on Oct 24 at Pearlmont Hotel, CDO.Blog Awards, Blogging, Events, Philippine Blog Awards 2009 | Comments
This is a new building along Pasong Tamo (now Chino Roces Avenue) Extension in Makati City.
I first noticed this building when it was being built. I knew then it was something different because I noticed it was built like layers of terraces.
I cannot remember exactly when it opened, but the next time I knew the building was finished. From the name alone, Ecoplaza, I’m sure it’s an environment-friendly building. Being one is something we really have to be from now on.
EcoPlaza address: 2305 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City.Buildings, Environment, Makati City, Technology | Comments
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There’s never a dull moment reading Let’s Go Sago! I enjoy reading his travels and discoveries along the way. In the process, I learn.
I wish Sago all the best!