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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Carlos Celdran's Livin’ la Vida Imelda

Carlos Celdran Livin’ la Vida Imelda show at Silverlens gallery is a fresh and creative show inspired by power, disco, parties, politics, architecture and the iconic Imelda Marcos.
Carlos Celdran brings his highly entertaining walking tours of Manila--the Imelda inspired tour Livin’ la Vida Imelda to a gallery setting at Silverlens Lab (SLab).  

I watched the show and I can promise you that it will be the best show you'll ever see in this side of town.  

Carlos Celdran transformed his walking tour into a performance art. Collaborating with Toronto artist Eric Quebral who rendered the buildings of the CCP complex, the PICC, Coconut Palace, Film Center and Folk Arts Theater in black masking tape on the gallery's pristine white walls.

Livin’ la Vida Imelda uses great music, lighting, old photos, acting, dancing-and-singing and shouting performers, and the pretty looking guy playing Mrs. Marcos.

Carlos Celdran recreates history from a unique perspective. His script is full of delicious bits of chizmiz, mixed with historical trivia and fearless name dropping. Carlos Celdran tackled the story of former First Lady Imelda’s early years,her idyllic Leyte childhood, her beauty queen background, the courtship with young congressman Ferdinand Marcos. Expect to hear about the Film Center controversy, Ninoy Aquino’s assassination, the 1986 snap elections and subsequent People Power. Carlos Celdran recounted everything with humor. 
The no-holds barred Carlos Celdran, made jokes about everything from the age of Senator Juan Ponce-Enrile to the size issues of former President Marcos. Carlos Celdran made a unique analysis of what the Marcos years did to the Philippines. Carlos Celdran said that the Marcoses promoted arts and culture and nurtured corruption and abuse, built bridges and buildings but tortured student activists. He said that the late Ferdinand Marcos was a brilliant man who allowed his beautiful wife to use her strange brand of disco diplomacy to cut deals with other dictators and dream up bizarre projects.

Inevitably, the story leads us to the EDSA Revolution, when Ferdinand and Imelda were skirted off to Hawaii (did Marcos really think Paul Laxalt meant Paoay and not Hawaii?) Carlos Celdran also said that Imelda sang “New York, New York” on the plane on the way to Hawaii. Just when you think it all ends there, Carlos Celdran provides a very funny and ironic epilogue. Imelda Marcos is indeed back--back in power (as Congresswoman of Ilocos Norte), back in society (launching her own costume jewellery line and as Carlos Celdran claims, eating pizza at the checkout counter of Price Smart), and firmly, in her place as an icon of our times.

Carlos Celdran LIVIN’ LA VIDA IMELDA in Silverlens’ Slab has 15 show dates: February 7, 8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24; March 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10. Regular tickets sell for P800 while student tickets sell for P400. All shows start promptly at 8 pm. All shows will be held at Silverlens SLab gallery located at the 2/F, YMC Building II, 2320 Don Chino Roces Extension (formerly Pasong Tamo Extension), Makati City. The performance runs one hour and 40 minutes, with a 15-minute intermission.

Tickets available at Silverlens: 2320 Pasong Tamo Ext., Makati City. Please call Kat Luciano at 816-0044 (office hours) or text (0917) 587-4011.

GLOBE Free Facebook promo until March 14 2012.

What is Free Facebook promo?
Free Facebook promo is a Free access to Facebook promo on your phone available to all Globe prepaid and Tm subscribers only. Tattoo Prepaid Users will have to register to BASIC30. Php 30 for 1-day unlimited access to Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Y!Mail. Text BASIC30 to 8888 to register.

How could a subscriber avail of GLOBE Free Facebook promo until March 14 2012?
A subscriber will need to register only once by dialing *143# and pressing the call button for free, or by texting FREE FB to 8888. Registration will be valid for the entire duration of the promo, i.e. until March 14 2012.
  • Subscriber must have P1.00 maintaining balance in order to register to FREE FB.
  • Subscriber can start browsing once SMS confirmation has been received.
  • Accessing external links or sites, e.g. YouTube will be charged regular browsing rates of P5 for 15 minutes.
  • Upon subscription expiration, default charging of P5 for 15 minute session will commence.
  • FREE FB offer is applicable for local (Philippine) use only. International roaming rates will apply once subscriber leaves the country.
  • Promo is available from February 15 to March 14, 2012.
What is is the mobile version of Subscribers using a mobile phone will automatically be redirected to It’s a compressed version but you can still use many of the main features of Facebook in your mobile phone such as posting status or comments, adding friends, uploading photos, and editing your privacy settings.

Who can register to Free Facebook promo?
All Globe Prepaid and TM subscribers can avail of this promo using their mobile phones.

Can I use any Facebook app for free when registered to Free Facebook promo?
Use of any Facebook app will be charged regular rates of P5 for 15minutes. Free Facebook can only be used with

After I register to Free Facebook promo, how do I know if I can start surfing for free?
Upon subscribing to FREE FB, you will receive a confirmation message. You may click on the link indicated or go to your internet browser and type FREE FB promo is from February 15 to March 14, 2012.

Can I browse through using any browser type?
No. Browsing through will be available to all browsers EXCEPT Opera Mini for which browsing will be charged at regular rates of P5 for 15 minutes.

What websites can I visit when registered to the Free Facebook promo?
Only will be free of charge. Accessing or clicking embedded links to other sites, e.g. Yahoo, YouTube, etc. within Facebook will automatically charge you the regular browsing rate of P5 for 15 minutes.

Will I be charged if I browse other sites or if I click advertisements within Facebook?
Clicking on embedded links or clicking third party advertisements within Facebook will automatically charge you the regular browsing rate of P5 for15 minutes.

While registered to Free Facebook promo, can I also register to other mobile browsing internet promos?
Yes, you can use Free Facebook even if you are subscribed to either SuperSurf or PowerSurf. These promos will allow you to surf other sites or click on other links within without being charged regular browsing rates.

Is this still accessible while roaming?
Sorry, but this promo is available only in the Philippines. Regular roaming rates will apply.

Until when is free? is free for a month starting February 15, 2012 to March 14, 2012.

Is FREE Facebook promo available only for a certain time of the day? is free and accessible 24/7 as long as you are registered.

How can I check if my subscription is still active?
To check your subscription status, dial *143# and press the call button for free, or text FREE FB STATUS to 8888. You will receive information on the promo expiry.

What do I text if I want to know more about the promo?
To know more about this promo, dial *143# and press the call button for free, or text FREE FB INFO to 8888.

What should I text if I want to unsubscribe from the promo?
To unsubscribe, dial *143# and press the call button for free, or text FREE FB STOP to 8888.

Is there a maintaining balance in order to continue using the Free Facebook promo?
Subscribers should have P1.00 maintaining balance in order to register to FREE FB.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Vicky Belo: Back in Manila

Vicky Belo: Back in Manila
Dr. Vicki Belo is now back in the Philippines. She arrived earlier this morning in Manila today, Monday, February 20, 2012 and she immediately Tweeted to tell her followers that she has landed.
"Hi twerps I'm baaack. Thank you for all your prayers and support . It really helped me not to be so sad and kept me strong."

The controversial doctor created a funny scene at the airport when she tried to avoid the press by using a wheelchair and covered herself with a pashmina.

She related the story with the following messages:

"Comedy at the airport. I tried to avoid the press by riding a wheelchair and covering myself with a pashmina . It was almost perfect.

But my Driver was not where he was supposed to be. The. 3 minute wait seemed like an eternity then someone shouted . Nandyan si Dr. Belo naka wheelchair. 

Luckily only a few got to me . My departure was much better and seamless . No one saw me talaga . To all those who care

I'm doing ok. I'm still sad of course but it would be weird if I wasn't since in 3 months we would have been together 7 years. Im trying to figure out what lesson I'm supposed to learn from this."

Dr. Vicki Belo went to LA last week to celebrate her first Valentine's Day alone. She was supposed to be with Hayden Kho on that trip but she decided to leave the country alone after that controversial tweet she made that involved Nancy Castiglione.
While Vicky Belo was out of the country, news broke out that she has finally called it quits with Hayden. It was confirmed by Butch Francisco, one of Vicki's closest friends whom she called before leaving for LA.

Photos captured from ANC video this morning


Cebu Pacific
Sale Period: February 19 to 23, 2012

  • Quoted fares are one-way and have limited availability.
  • Fare are exclusive of government fees and taxes.
  • International fares are exclusive of fuel surcharges.
  • Fares are non-refundable.
  • Flight changes must be made more than 24 hours before scheduled time of departure.
  • CAB approved terms and conditions of carriage apply.
Domestic Flights Go Lite Fare
Cebu to Bacolod, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Ozamiz, or Tacloban
Cagayan de Oro to Davao or Iloilo NEW!
Zamboanga to Tawi-Tawi NEW!
Manila to Cauayan (Isabela), San Jose (Mindoro) or Tuguegarao
Cebu to Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Clark, Davao, Dipolog, General Santos, Legazpi, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Surigao, Zamboanga or Kalibo NEW!
Travel Period: April 1 to June 30, 2012
International Flights Go Lite Fare
Manila to Taipei or Xiamen NEW!
Manila to Beijing, Guangzhou or Shanghai
Travel Period: April 1 to June 30, 2012

Air Phil Express Sale Period from February 20 to 23, 2012

Air Phil Express
Sale Period: February 20 to 23, 2012
Travel Period: March 1 to April 30, 2012

  • Quoted fares for Domestic and International Flights are for one-way only.
  • Fares are with 15 kilos Free Baggage Allowance.
  • Philippine Government Tax not included.
  • Fare is not guaranteed until the final purchase.
  • Priced from Origin to Destination or Vice Versa.
  • Subject to rules and conditions, please review carefully.
Domestic DestinationsOne-Way Fare
Davao to Cagayan De Oro, Iloilo or Zamboanga P488
Manila to Butuan, Cagayan De Oro, Cotabato, Davao, General Santos, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Surigao or Zamboanga P888
International DestinationsOne-Way Fare
Cebu to Hong Kong P1,188

Sunday, February 19, 2012


Where to buy tickets?

You have to be wa-is if you plan to travel by bus. Buy your tickets from the ticket booth para hindi kayo ma charge ng surcharge sa pagsakay sa bus ng walang ticket.

How long is the travel from Metro Manila to Baguio?

Depends on road condition and traffic. Normally, it would take 7 hours by bus from Victory Liner Pasay City. If the bus will pass  by SCTEX like Victory Liner De Luxe Bus travel time is 5 hours if non-stop. 

What are the names and terminals of the Buses going to Baguio?
  • Victory Liner : 
Terminals in:
  1. 713 Rizal Avenue Ext, Caloocan City
  2. 683 EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City
  3. 651 EDSA Pasay City

  4. 551 Earnshaw St., Barangay 401, Sampaloc, Manila

     Ordinary Air-con cost P 450/ per way per person.
    • Philippine Rabbit:Terminal Address: 819 Oroquieta Street 1000 Manila /Rizal Avenue (corner Claro M. Recto Avenue), Manila, Philippines   (Rizal Ave.-Baguio)
    Air-con Php 418.00 (Regular), Php 334.00 (Student/Senior Citizen)
    Note: Bus bound for Baguio City leaves every 1-2hrs starting 4am until 2am, subject to change depending on Dispatcher's decision
    • Dagupan Bus: Terminal Address: New York Street, Cubao, Quezon City (Cubao-Baguio) For Reservation Call Telephone# 709-0545/ 709-08-03/ 727 2330/ 727 2287
    They charge P432 but will be 445 on February 24, 2012 with one or two stop-overs and without a toilet on board. Travel time is 6 hours.
    • Genesis Transport Services Bus: Unit 101 A Giselle Park Plaza Edsa Corner Rotonda 1300 Pasay City
    • Partas Transportation Co., Inc.
      Address: , 816 Aurora Blvd., Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
      Telephone No: (632) 725-1740, 725-1756, 410-1307
      Fax No:

      Address: 518 EDSA San Roque, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
      Telephone No: (632) 851-4025
      Fax No:

    Sit and relax, sleep or eat on the bus, and arrive the City of Pines fresh and energetic. Happy Panagbenga Festival everybody!

    Disclaimer: I am not paid to write for any of this bus companies. I just love sharing free information to everyone. I am not connected in any way to any of this bus companies, so if you have any complaints please contact them directly. Thank you very much.


    To Pampanga, from Pasay:
    Bus lines: Victory Liner, Dagupan Bus, Partas, Saulog
    Travel time: 2 hours

    To Pampanga, from Cubao:
    Bus lines: Victory Liner, Partas, Dagupan Bus, Philippine Rabbit, Saulog
    Travel time: 1:30 hours

    To Pampanga, from Avenida:
    Bus lines: Philippine Rabbit, RJ Express
    Travel time:1:30 hours

    Trips from Manila to Pampanga and vice-versa are available 24-hours a day.

    Some bus lines going to Baguio City, Pangasinan and Ilocos passes by Pampanga. Other buses that pass through the towns of Pampanga include 
    • Dagupan Bus Lines
    • Dangwa Tranco
    • Five Star Bus Co.
    • Farinas Transit
    • Franco Federico Lines
    • Maria De Leon Trans
    • Partas Trans Co. 
    • Viron Transit.
     Happy Road trip travelers on a shoestring!

    Philippine Travel and Tour Expo 2012

    Come One, Come All to the Philippine Travel and Tour Expo 2012!
    • 19th Philippine Travel Expo the 3-day event is from February 17-19, 2012.
    • Happening at the SMX Convention Center, Halls 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Seashell Drive Mall of Asia Complex Pasay City
    • Opening Hours: February 17-18, 2012 (10:00am to 9:00pm) and on February 19, 2012 (10:00am to 7:00pm)
    • Ticket booths closes 30 minutes before end of show hours.
    • Entrance fee of P50 for regular visitors and P20 for senior citizens.
    • Accompanying Events include Entertainment, Games, Exhibitors' Presentations & More Surprises.
    • Booths are divided into Domestic, International, Food and Sponsors.
    • For inquiries, call Fairs & More at 845-1324, 759-6680 or the PTAA Secretariat at 552-0026 to 29.
    What to Expect?
    • Around 200 local and international organizations, including airlines, cruise operators, travel agencies, and hotels and resorts.
    • Participating companies offer exclusive deals, valid during the expo only, giving  huge discounted packages and promos for local and international travel. 
    • Travel packages, promo rates and reservation services are only available ONSITE during the event dates.
    • Raffle coupons will be given for every P5,000 worth of travel products purchased during the Expo. Qualified visitors will win exciting prizes from the exhibitors.



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