All-Expense-Paid Trip to Manila plus a Bruno Mars Concert Tickets

Are you a big fan of Bruno Mars? Well, this is the moment you have been waiting for. This coming March 22, 2014, SM Supermarket, SM Hypermarket, and Savemore market will be giving you a once in a lifetime chance to meet the multi-awarded singer-songwriter. In celebration of Dinagyang and Sinulog, selected SM Food Retail stores are giving away a pair of tickets, complete with hotel accommodations and round-trip airfares. These will be given to two lucky shoppers, one in Cebu and one in Iloilo.

So what are you waiting for? All you have to do is to make a single receipt purchase worth 500 pesos to earn a raffle ticket.

Know more here…



Placing in our votes in the New 7 Wonder Cities to promote Iloilo City will be a big help for our local government. Being on one of the list means increase in foreign and local tourists which can lead to a more progressive city, offering more job employments and business ventures. So, let's help Iloilo City by gathering our votes and disseminating this information to our family and friends. 

Here are the mechanics:
1. Visit https://www.new7wonders.com/en/cities
2. Choose "South East Asia and Oceania"
3. Choose "Iloilo City"
4. Choose other 6 less popular cities from other regions
5. Type the words as seen on the "captcha"
6. Enter your email address
7. Click the box with "I agree to the Terms & Conditions
8. Click "Vote"

Voting is until September 7, 2013



As the campaign period has started, Senator Legarda continues her advocacy on Climate Change by conducting discussions in various state universities and colleges.

Last February 23, she conducted a Disaster Risk Reduction roadshow at the Carlos Hilado Memorial State College in Talisay City.

She mainly discussed on "Raising Awareness, Mobilizing Direct Action & Promoting Solutions to Climate Change."

 Senator Legarda giving a hand wave to college students.

Her son Leandro Legarda just went home from US to support his mom in campaigning.

Turnover of Redefining Development and DRR Manual



Dry hair is a no no for most girls who consider their hair as on of their best assets. We cannot deny the fact that everything around us can damage our hair, especially if we are always on the go. These external factors are:

  • Using shampoo too often
  • Harsh shampoo
  • Hair dye
  • Overuse of blow dryer and curling iron
  • Too much exposure to sun and wind
  • Chlorine in pools

But worry no more, since there are easy home remedies to treat your hair and bring back that youthful glow. You can use any of these remedies:

  • Apply hot oil treatments to treat dry and damaged hair at least 1 or 2 times per week.
  • Use shampoo at least every other day.
  • Use conditioner that has little or no alcohol. Conditioners with no fragrance tend to be having low alcohol.
  • Massaging your scalp.
  • Do not comb your hair while it is wet.
  • If you want to get a shiny hair, try using 1 egg with a tbsp of milk and place it in your hair.



Vintage Blazer, Local Top, DIY Shorts, SNM Accessories

I was planning to watch the fireworks display and I decided to wear this cute blazer. I paired it with my tank top and shorts and my outfit turned stunning.


 These are just a couple of the fashion exhibits that can be found at Sm City Iloilo. You can see here that various Ilonggo designers are featured to showcase their talents and be proud of Ilonggo products. Here are some

 This shoe was designed by Ms. Nicole Calzado who had been in the fashion industry for a year and a half now. (Among her other designs, this was my favorite.)

Here's her other design..

This was one of Poli Abastillas work. I actually loved the details of this gown.

 His pieces looked great and fabulous.

These fashion accessories are designed by Mr. Chavez who sees fashion as a storybook, where every piece made has a story to tell.

 Here are Ms. Blithe handbags which she also designed. She was an accountant by profession and never had plan to be a bag designer.



Last week had been the start of the celebration of the feast of Sto. Nino. It started with the festivities of Cebu which is Sinulog and Aklan's Ati-atihan. However, this weekend is another celebration of the month long feast of Sto. Nino which is the Dinagyang. 
Dinagyang Festival is all about the celebration of the feast of Sto. Nino. During that time, people would go to the streets and watch different competing tribes dance to the beat of the drums. It's really great to hear the beating of the drums and seeing people dancing in the streets. It happens once in a year and we shouldn't miss this one of a kind festival.

Here are the photos of my previous Dinagyang celebration:

So what are you waiting for, these pictures look great right?! It would be more great if you could come by our city. Book your flights now, just visit this site for easy surfing http://www.go-phils.com/ :)


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