Last February, Jollibee invited fast food fans to visit their new online delivery site and win all this food, just by signing up.
The lucky winners are:
Ms. Anne Aseron of Sta. Cruz, Manila
Ms. Raquel Rola of Intramuros, Manila
Ms. Dyann G Alon-Alon of Bacoor, Cavite
Ms. Gelai Ringor of Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
—All women! Congratulations!
Ordering is easy. I’ve tried it and the site works well.
After ordering online you’ll get a confirmation call on your phone.
So convenient when the gang pops over and the kids want a quick snack.
I find black gadget cases too masculine in general, so I’m happy to find colorful and functional cases like Hello Lulu.
First saw these at Takashimaya in Singapore. I bought a laptop case for Jeroen.
Years later, I found a stall at SM Megamall’s Atrium. Not sure if it’s still in the same spot, but I’m glad we can now get Hello Lulu here.
They have the lightest, cutest camera cases.
Hello Lulu is available at
SM North Edsa – Annex (Cyberzone Area)
Rustan’s Department Stores
The Travel Club
Duty Free Fashion Walk – Fiesta Mall
Power Mac Center
The A. Shop
Le Grand Boutique – Naia 3
Islands & More
I had a chance to see NAIA Terminal 1 for the first time this 2011 and can honestly say not much has changed.
They did get rid of that person that checks your ticket and boarding pass on your way to the lounges.
But the grumpiest people are still there at Immigration. I wonder if the Department of Tourism cares?
The Immigration employees act like they’re poorly paid, government workers that really aren’t happy to see people pass through our airports.
As far as toilets go, I saw nothing new.
The souvenir shops still sell Boy Bawang. No offence to Boy Bawang, they’re addicting. But I’d rather see Team Manila products in the airport shops.
On my way back from Hong Kong, they ran out of trolleys, so people had to line up for carts—hassle.
Next month, President Aquino will have been our elected leader for a year.
I wish I could at least see some cosmetic changes that would make us feel like things are improving.
The root of my frustration right now is the Internet.
I feel like my Internet connection is getting worse. Even my dad who had paid for 24Mbps was not getting what he expected.
The suffering continues.
Check out this Household Download Index based on millions of recent test results from Speedtest.net.
This index compares and ranks consumer download speeds around the globe.
Sadly the Philippines ranks as Number 109 in the world.
As I write this, my Speedtest registers at 2.86 Mbps, which would put me on Number 94 anyway.
So the question is, how does a country that has Birkin-toting women all over the place and Porsche-driving men, have backward Internet speed and one lousy international airport? Wala ba tayong klazz? I don’t get it.
If you are in the Philippines and enjoying Internet speed of no lower than 6 Mbps and very satisfied with your service, please leave a comment below. Please tell me your service provider and the price you pay because I would really like to avail of good service right now.
Get a free underwater casing worth Php 2,500 for every purchase of the Flip Ultra 2nd generation at all Girlteki branches.
The underwater casing is compatible with 2nd generation units of Flip and is exclusive to Girlteki.
And now from April 2 to 15, 2011, Girlteki will be giving away Pepper Money worth Php 300 for every single receipt purchase of Php 7,000 at the Powerplant branch only.
Visit Girlteki on the 2nd level, Archeology Wing, Powerplant Mall, Rockwell.