Yesterday, picked up Lei and went to the crocs sale. Prices were rediculously low. See for yourself.
I guess what I am trying to say is… Be there on their next sale. Definitely worth the trip.
Some disclaimer though… I am or was never a crocs fan. Didn’t buy anything during this event. I just regard the footware too common for my taste.
But, what can you say about the brand? Do you honestly believe that it is worth its price? Kindly tell me your experience about it. I’d gladly appreciate it.
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Last friday, drove my brother to his Graduation Ball. Does he look excited?
Then, attended a dedication and bday party on Sunday. Hana Mendoza daughter of Kristine Michelle Mendoza is my new Godchild. It’s truly a honor to be someone’s ninong. I hope I can contribute to her spiritual development.
Went home early last Sunday and saw some rounds of the Paquiao – Clotter fight. I was never a boxing fan. But, I am curious how Paquiao’s downfall would look like. hahaha
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Dear Sikatuna Villagers:
For your information, our trash collection will be on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You may click the photo to get the bigger view.
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Click here for reasons why you need to have a Realtor.
Click here for suggestions on what to look for in a Real Estate Broker/Agent.
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Life of a new age farmer includes trippings and orientations of numerous developments. Today, I was fortunate enough to be invited by Realtor Emy Zornosa to join her Stateland group of Real Estate Brokers. Royal Plaza II is situated somewhere in Sta. Mesa. Click here if you want to visit their website.
Kindly let me know your troughts on their developments.
Attention Real Estate Brokers: Stateland is on the lookout for people who will sell or promote their developments. Give them a call at this number: 244-6818. For your information, they do not do pre-selling.
Filed under: Developers, Stateland, orientation, Stateland, tripping
It’s almost lunch time and my mom and brother is not finished shopping. I’m waiting in my favorite coffee shop, The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, drinking Today’s Iced Tea (you should try it, if you’re a fan of Iced tea… different iced tea brew daily) and decided to take a snapshot of that photo to the right. I believe every Realtor should have some interest in current events in their area. It should be their past time… Since the Trinoma Mall is one of the closest malls in Sikatuna village, I decided to help promote their event for March. How about it? Now, you have three reasons to stand up from your couch… I have given you three reasons to go to the mall and leave the heat at home. So, move.
Anyway, that’s just me. Do you have any suggestions on how one Realtor can improve service? Did you find this blog post useful? I sincerely hope you do.
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When it is this hot in your neighborhood, or wherever you are, what do you do to stay cool? Fortunately for me there are air-conditioned restos near my home. One of them that I recently visited is Cafe Quezon. It’s located at #179 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Quezon City. Their telephone numbers are 928-8534 and +63 920-961-5256.
Music here is very relaxing and food price is reasonable. I like the fact that they have wifi. Where, I believe, most restos can’t do without. My dear friend Ron, I hope you’re reading this. hahaha. Before you are allowed to use their wifi, your tab must have a minimum amount of 150 bucks. Nowadays, 150 is a very small amount.
This is an incomplete menu, I just want to show you their prices and what they are offering.
Now that’s how the place looks like from the inside. If you are in Sikatuna or Teacher’s Village, I encourage you to pass by.
When you have tried out this place, please let me know what your experience was.
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