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Birthday Staycation at Ace Water SPA and Suites : Fun at 41 sa Tamang Panahon!

24 October 2015 marks a new history in social media and in the field of advertising and marketing. The phenomenal #Aldub love team of Eat Bulaga Kalye Serye's segment reached 41 Million tweets (as of this writing) in their episode's official hastag #AldubEBTamangPanahon. The number of tweets set a new world record and with that, the Philippines is considered as the social media capital capital of the world.

But wait! The 24th of October is also my 41st birthday. We celebrated my big day at Ace Water Suites and Spa and there is no better way to celebrate it but by watching Eat Bulaga's Tamang Panahon episode. Yes, one proud Aldub fan here!

Nangingilid na luha ni JLo!

Credit : Eat Bulaga

While watching EB, my husband was trying to out do Alden with his kilig and breezy moves. Just like Alden, he surprised me with a red box, but no Cinderella glass shoes inside the box. haha!





Later that evening, husband and I decided to have a videoke sesh at Party Party Family KTV. It must have been my lucky day, the Manager on Duty upgraded our room to a bigger room good for 20 pax. The room was sooooo bigggg for the two of us and with a snap of a finger, we called some of my High School buddies to celebrate with me. Buti mga kaladkarin ang mga HS buddies ko and they arrived at 10pm agad agad.


HS Buddies and Kumares and Pares




We really had a great time here. And it was really a lucky night, I was still able to avail the free yummy 4-cheese Pizza from Belle de Jour Power Planner even though we were already upgraded for free.

The morning after, I felt relaxed and felt energized after our  Ace Water Spa Hydrotheraphy Massage. The free buffet breakfast was also really good as expected. I super love the ham and cheese egg omelet.




Thank you to all those who greeted me on the big day. 


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Ace Water Spa and Suites
D' Ace Plaza,
United corner Brixton Streets, near Pioneer, Kapitolyo, Pasig City




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Lazada Launches the Biggest Affiliate Competition in the Philippines

PRESS RELEASE
MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Lazada  Philippines intensifies its affiliate program by launching its biggest affiliate competition in the country last October 22, 2015 dubbed as “Lazada Philippines Affiliate Online Revolution”. By being an affiliate, one is enabled to be part of the fastest growing e-commerce affiliate program whereby individuals and teams are able to earn extra revenue for promoting Lazada on a commission basis.
The program has more than 3,000 registered affiliates earning a commission as high as Php 200 per sale through mobile or through different attractive commission rates via desktop transactions. It also helps affiliates maximize their sales by providing them with top-of-the-market tools and products such as auto - optimized and dynamic product banners, product widget generator, and a feed category manager.
The Lazada Philippines Affiliate Online Revolution calls on all bloggers, SEO practitioners, social media influencers, community managers, and digital marketers to step up to the challenge of generating the most number of sales for Lazada PH. It will run for two months with the first round starting on October 26 to November 22, 2015 and the second round from November 23 to December 20, 2015. A point system will be used to rank the participants whereby each successful sale is worth 10 points and an additional 10 for every Php 1,000 sale. Lazada will be giving away a total of one million pesos (Php 1,000,000) worth of cash prizes to be given weekly and on the recognition day set on January 2016. This contest was officially launched in Best Western Plus Antel Hotel in Makati City gathering over fifty new and existing affiliates of Lazada for the contest briefing.


The contest is open to all individuals and teams, 18 years old and above residing in the Philippines who have signed up or are already part of Lazada’s affiliate program. For those who want to be part of the program, you may sign up via https://www.lazada.com.ph/affiliate-registration. To join the competition, new and existing affiliates must email their name, social media accounts, and blog/website URL to affiliate@lazada.com.ph with the subject, “Lazada PH Affiliate Online Revolution”.  All official affiliates will be given a Lazada PH Certified Affiliate badge which should appear in their websites.

Be part of Lazada’s affiliate program and enjoy additional revenue through commission on sales and a long term partnership with the number one online shopping and selling destination in the country.
About Lazada


Lazada (www.lazada.com.ph) is Philippines’ largest online shopping mall and is pioneering e-commerce by providing a fast, convenient and secure online shopping experience combined with an extensive product offering in categories ranging from mobiles & tablets and consumer electronics to household goods, toys, fashion and sports equipment. Lazada is continuously striving to offer its customers the best possible shopping experience with multiple payment methods including cash on delivery, extensive warranty commitments and free returns. Lazada mobile applications for Android, iPhone and iPad provide additional convenience to its consumers’ allowing them to shop anywhere, anytime.

For more information, please visit http://www.lazada.com.phFor updates on Lazada’s latest innovations, as well as activities, contests and promotions, connect with us via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/LazadaPhilippines).

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Cebu Pacific Cancelled Flights (November 16 to 20, 2015)

I know some of you already booked a flight when Malacañang Palace declared suspension of classes and work for government employees in the NCR from November 17-20, and November 18-19 for Private Employees. And yes, we are all excited about this 6-day vacation.

But when I learned about this CEB Advisory posted on their website yesterday (October 20), I started to plan what is the best alternative or options in case our flight is included in their list of cancelled flights.

Lucky me! Tuloy ang byahe ng #FamiliaGanaLakwatsera.

Please be informed.


Source : https://www.cebupacificair.com/Pages/travel-advisory.aspx?id=110


CEB Advisory – 2015 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting

As part of preparations for the 2015 APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting in November, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) advised airlines of periodic temporary runway closures at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) during the arrival and departure of heads of states in Manila.

In line with this advisory, Cebu Pacific flights scheduled on below dates were cancelled. We hope for our guests' understanding as there may be flight schedule changes throughout the duration of the APEC Meeting in Manila.  CEB will provide updates as soon as they are available.

CEB is arranging the re-accommodation of affected guests on the soonest available flights. Affected guests may avail any of the following options without penalties, if they are unable to fly on soonest available flights:
  • rebook their flights for travel within 30 days from the original departure date; or
  • opt for full refund or travel fund.

To specify their preferred option, guests may contact CEB's reservation hotlines: (+632) 702-0888 or (+6332) 230-8888, or visit any of the following ticket offices:
  • NAIA Terminal 3 Sales Office – Level 3, Departure Hall, NAIA Terminal 3, Andrews Ave., Pasay City
  • NAIA Terminal 4 Express Ticket Office – Old Domestic Road, Pasay City
  • KidZania Manila (rebooking transactions only) – Park Triangle, 3245 North 11th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, 1634 Taguig City
  • Robinsons Galleria – West Lane, Level 1, Ortigas Ave. cor. ADB Ave., Quezon City
  • Robinsons Place Imus – Level 4, Aguinaldo Highway Imus, Cavite
  • Robinsons Place Manila – Level 1, Adriatico Wing, Pedro Gil cor. Adriatico St., Ermita, Manila
  • Cebu Airport Ticket Office – Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Lapu-Lapu Airport Road, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu
  • Robinsons Fuente – Fuente Osmeña, Cebu City 


CANCELLED CEB FLIGHTS


November 16, 2015 (Monday)
5J479/480            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J481/482            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J399/400            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J395/396            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J575/576            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J583/588            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J579/582            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J571/572            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J977/978            Manila – Davao – Manila
5J969/972            Manila – Davao – Manila
5J982                    Davao – Manila
5J629/630            Manila – Dumaguete – Manila
5J997/998            Manila – General Santos – Manila
5J118/119            Manila – Hong Kong – Manila
5J461/462            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J463/464            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J733                    Manila – Kota Kinabalu
5J501                    Manila – Kuala Lumpur
5J937                    Manila – Phuket
5J645/646            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J647/648            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J375/376            Manila – Roxas – Manila
5J807                    Manila – Singapore
5J653/654            Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J621/622            Manila – Tagbilaran – Manila

November 17, 2015 (Tuesday)
5J483/484            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J485/486            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J479/480            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J473/474            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J481/482            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J791/792            Manila – Butuan – Manila
5J561                    Manila – Cebu
5J590                    Cebu – Manila
5J557/556            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J573/574            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J579/582            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J565/566            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J575/576            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J583/588            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J567/568            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J553/562            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J581/580            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J569/570            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J397/398            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J399/400            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J383/384            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J385/386            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J629/630            Manila – Dumaguete – Manila
5J982                    ​Davao – Manila
5J961                    Manila – Davao
5J955/960            Manila – Davao – Manila
5J969/972            Manila – Davao – Manila
5J993/994            Manila – General Santos – Manila
5J108/109            Manila – Hong Kong – Manila
5J114/115            Manila – Hong Kong – Manila
5J453                    Manila – Iloilo
5J468                    ​​​Iloilo – Manila
5J459/460            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J457/458            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J188/189            Manila – Incheon – Manila
5J339/340            Manila – Kalibo – Manila
​5J734                    Kota Kinabalu – Manila
5J502                    Kuala Lumpur – Manila
5J323/324            Manila – Legazpi – Manila
5J325/326            Manila – Legazpi – Manila
5J321/322            Manila – Legazpi – Manila
5J938                    Phuket – Manila
5J641/642            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J645/646            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J637/638            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J643/644            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J639/640            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J647/648            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J375/376            Manila – Roxas – Manila
5J813/814            Manila – Singapore – Manila
5J808                    ​Singapore – Manila
5J651/652            Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J621/622            Manila – Tagbilaran – Manila
5J506/507            Manila – Tuguegarao – Manila
5J857/858            Manila – Zamboanga – Manila
5J851/852            Manila – Zamboanga – Manila
November 18, 2015 (Wednesday)
5J561                     Manila – Cebu
5J590                     Cebu – Manila
5J961                     Manila – Davao
5J629/630             ​Manila – Dumaguete – Manila
5J451                     Manila – Iloilo
5J468                     Iloilo – Manila

November 19, 2015 (Thursday)
5J479/480            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J481/482            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J477/478            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J399/400            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J395/396            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J575/576            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J579/582            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J571/572            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J573/574            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J557/556            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J561                    Manila – Cebu
5J590                    Cebu – Manila
5J969/972            Manila – Davao – Manila
5J982                    Davao – Manila
5J629/630            Manila – Dumaguete – Manila
5J744                    ​Manila – Hanoi
5J118/119            Manila – Hong Kong – Manila
5J114/115            Manila – Hong Kong – Manila
5J461/462            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J455/456            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J459/460            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J645/646            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J639/640            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J653/654            Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J621/622            Manila – Tagbilaran – Manila

November 20, 2015 (Friday)
5J483/484            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J485/486            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J475/476            Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J791/792            Manila – Butuan – Manila
5J887/888            Manila – Cotabato – Manila
5J561                    Manila – Cebu
5J590                    Cebu – Manila
​5J552/585            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J559/560            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J565/566            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J553/562            Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J397/398            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J379/380            Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J623/624            Manila – Dumaguete – Manila
5J629/630            Manila – Dumaguete – Manila
5J961                    Manila – Davao
5J951/952            Manila – Davao – Manila
5J955/960            Manila – Davao – Manila
5J991/992            Manila – General Santos – Manila
5J745                    Hanoi – Manila
5J108/109            Manila – Hong Kong – Manila
5J451                    Manila – Iloilo
​5J468                    Iloilo – Manila
5J449/450            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J457/458            Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J339/340            Manila – Kalibo – Manila
5J325/326            Manila – Legazpi – Manila
5J321/322            Manila – Legazpi – Manila
5J637/638            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J643/644            Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J373/374            Manila – Roxas – Manila
5J651/652            Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J655/656            Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J617/618            Manila – Tagbilaran – Manila
CEB also reminds guests to allot ample travel time to the airport, as there will be heavy traffic in the surrounding areas of the NAIA Terminals 3 and 4. CEB and Cebgo passengers can avoid long lines at the airport through CEB's fast check-in options:
  • CEB Web Check-in. Visit the Manage Booking section of the Cebu Pacific website (http://www.cebupacificair.com). For international flights, web check-in is available from 72 hours up to 4 hours before scheduled flight departure. Those taking domestic flights can use web check-in up to 2 hours before their scheduled departure.
  • Self Check-in Kiosks. Use CEB's Self Check-in Kiosks located at the NAIA Terminals 3 and 4. Passengers can use the kiosks from 4 hours up to 1 hour before the scheduled flight departure.
  • CEB Mobile Check-in. Download the official Cebu Pacific Mobile App on the App Store or Google Play and tap on the Check-In option. CEB Mobile Check-in is available from 72 hours up to 4 hours before an international flight, and up to 2 hours before a domestic flight.
  • Agent Xpress. Check-in via CEB's Agent Xpress, special roaming airport agents equipped with a tablet and a mobile boarding pass printer, at the NAIA Terminal 3 from 4 hours up to 45 minutes before the flight's scheduled time of departure.

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Cavite's Most Kept Secret

A typical Tagaytay and Cavite Tour would only leads you to hotels and restaurants overlooking Taal Volcano and Taal Lake along  Aguinaldo Highway . But we took a turn to the nearby Indang and Silang Cavite for an ultimate experience. If you are looking for the perfect hideout to rest and escape from the busy City life, you better  check this out.

Balay Indang



"Balay Indang is a garden refuge comfortably located in Indang, Cavite. The wide, expansive gardens are filled with some of the finest flowering plants, trees and cacti making them some of the most relaxing and beautiful settings you could ever imagine. Our sanctuary boast of a variety of amenities including a large, well-maintained swimming pool, a luxurious and airy pool-side pavilion with billiards, mahjong and a collection of classic board games, a fishing pond with Red Kingfish Tilapia where you and your family can enjoy hours of fishing, and a well-stocked kitchen and restaurant specializing in local and foreign home-cooked meals. "

Feels like your home away from home. It has a homey feel with a relaxing eclectic atmosphere.   Perfect for family reunions, team buildings, or just simply relax and enjoy the sanctuary.


Overnight stay includes 3 full board meals, 2 snacks, air-conditioned room, free amenities (swimming pool, billiard, bare foot walk, game boards)

2,500 / head (for a group of 3 pax up)
3,200 / head  (at least 2 pax)
3,900 / head (1 pax)

Daytrip packages :

Lunch – 550 / pax
Dinner – 650 / pax
1 snack – 75 / pax
Swimming – 100 / pax

How to get there :

From Tagaytay Rotonda, go straight past Taal Vista. Turn right at the corner of SaveMore and go straight down the road to Mendez until you hit a dead intersection ( it’s a super looong road). Turn right and follow the road to about  kms or until you see the Pink House on the right. Balay Indang is across the road, with large wooden gate and no. 88 sign.

Address :
Balay Indang
#88 Mahabang Kahoy
Circa, Indang , Cavite
0917-8374261 / 0917-8665825 / 02-7756886
balayindang@yahoo.com

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Chateu Hestia


“In Chateau Hestia, we just do not give you a restaurant but we also give you a feeling that you are in your own home. In this half a hectare property surrounded with lush greens, you can enjoy and entertain your own guests with our authentic European cuisine in a country-style but elegant setting.

Johannes Zehethofer, a native of Vienna, Austria, brings to the Filipinos this unique European experience. It started with his travels all-over the world, his fondness to entertain his friends, his love for wine and good food -- the result was a love affair!

At Chateau Hestia, he offers different dishes from his collection of recipes and lets them be enjoyed with his carefully-chosen wines – all in a homey atmosphere where he personally hosts his guests.

Truly like the Goddess’ sacred fire, the experience never dies out!”

A charming European dining experience in a typical Philippine setting. If you love wines and desserts then this is the perfect place for you.

The place is also a bed and breakfast place, but there are only 2 cottages available. The cottages are comparable to that of our katutubos houses where the rest room is located at the ground floor. I super love their shower room with an outdoor feel.
 



We had a short chat with the owner Mr. Zehethofer and I quoted him saying with a foreign accent " I am also the Chef and the Engineer kaya dahan dahan lang"

Chateu Hestia
info@chateuhestia.com
0929-7113289

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