A new food court opens on Ayala Avenue and Rufino Street, Makati City. Called Blessings and Prosperity Food Court, it houses stalls that offer street food such as fish balls or kwek-kwek (quail eggs covered with flour and deep fried), or even siomai.
It’s a welcome treat for all workers in the area. If you like eating street food in an air-conditioned restaurant, then this food court is for you. Check it out!
I was away for a week’s vacation and was pleasantly surprised when I went back to work that Monday morning and saw these trash bins along Ayala Avenue.
What’s even more interesting is that the trash bins are categorized according to the kind of waste: non-biodegradable and biodegradable. The trash bins come in pair and are strategically placed, about every 10 meters away from the others.
I really hope people, especially those people smoking outside PBCOM building, would use these trash bins, and make Ayala Avenue much cleaner than it already is.
A giant electronic ticker above Starbucks Insular. That’s on Ayala Avenue corner Paseo de Roxas.
I first noticed it yesterday when the shuttle I was on stopped right at the intersection. I was amused especially that it flashed only good news and inspiring quotes. These messages were mixed with ads promoting the Philippines.
This area is right at the center of Makati Central Business District. I hope it will be used wisely like a tourism campaign.