Archive for April, 2018

30
Apr
18

RAAMpage Cycling: Registration for Race Across America Qualifier in the Philippines Now Open

Race Across America (RAAM), considered as the most challenging bike race in the world, will now be having its first qualifier race in the entire East/South East Asia via RRAMpage.  Read on for more event details.

Event to be held on July 28, 2018 at The Villages in Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga

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23
Apr
18

Philippine Heart Association (PHA) Heart Run

How would you like to join a fun run that gives you a one-year free accident life insurance coverage worth ₱100,000 when you join?  That’s just one of the perks that you’d get when you join the Philippine Heart Association (PHA) Heart Run.  Continue reading for more details.

Event happening on May 13, 2018.

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16
Apr
18

Gear Review: Revo Cusp S

I tend to keep my outdoor runs as simple as possible and that includes my eye wear, or lack of preference thereof.  More often than not, I’m pretty much contented with the photochromic lenses of my eye glasses, until I rediscovered the joy of polarized lenses with the Revo Cusp S.

One of my first photo of the Revo Cusp S.

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02
Apr
18

Visita Iglesia 2018

Visiting churches had become my tradition every Holy Week and this year is no different.  This time though, I did not go for numbers and instead picked seven churches that I really am fond of.

My Visita Iglesia route for 2018.

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