The ambiance, the atmosphere, the spectacular performances, and the food. Oh, yes… the food!
Ibiza Beach Club BGC, which is located on the 6th floor of the W City Center building (7th Street cor 30th Avenue) in Bonifacio Global City, is undoubtedly a feast for the senses. It’s one of those special places that just captures you and leaves you in awe.
If you’ve already been hearing great things about Ibiza Beach Club BGC even as early as now, considering that the establishment is roughly still 3 weeks away from their actual opening, it is because the hype is real. It is perhaps no surprise for people who have already been to Ibiza Beach Club Cebu. For those who have recently had the pleasure of enjoying a special sneak peek and food tasting session (like me!) in this most talked about (and hippest) party place, the experience is truly unforgettable.
My recent trip to the “Queen City of the South” to do a pre-opening visit to Vikings Luxury Buffet Cebu was a particularly pleasant one. Of course, much had to do with the amazing company I was with. But another reason why I enjoyed my trip so much was also because of the hotel I stayed in — Movenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu.
Look! I’ve started scouring my cabinet and storage bins, looking for some of my old or unused sports stuff to sell online. I saw a couple of sweat straps, a jump rope, weighted gloves and a pair of weighted shoe straps which I hardly use anymore.
I don’t normally go on a frantic pace searching every nook and cranny, finding things to monetize but I just found out about this ongoing promo by OLX and it has gotten me all hyped up!
If you also have stuff that are just gathering dust or items that you’ve been meaning to sell, then there’s no better time to get right to it than NOW! Believe me… you are gonna love this.
People from all walks of life the world over have seen the resiliency, strength and positivity Pinoys are known to possess regardless of whatever challenge lies ahead.
This admirable character is perhaps never more evident, in my opinion, than when Typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) hit our country just a couple of years back.
The devastation this super typhoon left in its wake has been incomprehensible to the eyes of the world.. and yet, apart from the grief and pain that the international community have witnessed, they have also seen how strong our people are even when faced with seemingly insurmountable trials.
We fall. We pick ourselves up. And we fight. Again. We never say, “enough”… and we hardly complain. We just play with the cards dealt us and we press on.
Manny Pacquiao best symbolizes this incredible spirit that is innate in every Filipino. His struggle as a youth and the will power and persistence to fight on may be one of the reasons why we are drawn to him and his inspiring rags-to-riches story. When Manny fights, the entire nation stops on its tracks and… even for just a moment, all our problems are forgotten… politics and differences are set aside and we are suddenly, once again, a united people.
One of the many places still struggling to pick themselves up from the wrath of super typhoon Yolanda is Bantayan Island in Cebu. This place was one of the worst-hit islands in the country when super typhoon Yolanda struck the country in November 2013, claiming more than 6,000 lives. After almost two years since the destruction, the island, together with the affected provinces in the Central Visayas region, continues recovery efforts with the support of charitable organizations and Pru Life UK’s Prudence Foundation. The Foundation has provided livelihood and rehabilitation to the people of Bantayan Island for the past year; aiding almost 90 per cent of the population with their substantial needs.