Posts Tagged ‘Ayala Center

01
Oct
14

Walk Break: The Dela Rosa Murals

Going to work especially during rush hours can be quite stressful.  Fortunately for those who work within Ayala Center, walking to work is a bit more convenient because of the elevated walkway running mostly along Dela Rosa Street.  The Dela Rosa segment alone is around 700 meters long and portions of which are home to some interesting murals aptly called the Dela Rosa Murals.

#delarosamurals 😀

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12
Mar
12

Skechers GOrun Presents Running Essentials with Michelle Estuar

From Skechers Philippines:

With the growing fitness trend today, Skechersfinds it necessary to help newbie runners and running enthusiasts improve the way they train and prepare for their next run.  Running Essentials is part of Skechers Fitness’ advocacy to promote Mid-Foot Strike, proper running techniques, and a healthy lifestyle with the help of ultra marathoner Michelle Estuar and other fitness coaches and runners, covering topics such as Stretching, Leg & Foot Technique, Hydration & Nutrition, and more.  This March 24, 2012, we’re bringing Running Essentials to Cebu.

 

14
Feb
12

Dried Mango Chronicles: Cebu City Food Trip Part 2

For my last day in Cebu City, there’s not much to do but roam around and eat!  For this day I got to try some new restaurants, gone to a place that’s long due in my must-see list, and revisit an old favorite.

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09
Jan
12

Dried Mango Chronicles: Kublai Khan and the Day before Cebu City Marathon

One of my most eagerly awaited event to jumpstart my year has arrived, the Cebu City Marathon.  Flying in on a Saturday afternoon gave me just enough time to claim my kit, do my last grocery shopping, and eat all I can—wait, uhm, yeah, eat all I can!

Departing from NAIA Terminal 3: We used the sky bridge which led us down to a bus: “Riding a bus. More fun in the Philippines.”

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26
Oct
10

Cebu City Quickie

Cebu was one of the destinations I’ve always wanted to visit for the longest time mostly because of my fascination with Philippine history.  Unexpectedly, that wish came true!  But there’s a catch—the trip was merely for only a day and a half!  And here’s how this “surprise” trip came about.

Cebu Provincial Capitol

Cebu Provincial Capitol

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