Posts Tagged ‘GF405

26
Nov
12

I Ran BGC

Races come and go but there are a few that’s more fun than the rest, and Run BGC does belong with those “fun” ones—for the 5K leg at least.  But it doesn’t mean that it didn’t come with some hiccups!  Here’s my Run BGC story.

Early morning at Bonifacio Global City

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29
Aug
12

Garmin’s $130 GPS Watch: Forerunner® 10

I really can’t believe it!  Garmin finally came out with a $130 GPS watch!  Sure there are sub-$100 GPS watches out there, but we’re talking Garmin here!

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18
Jun
12

Another “Perfect” Race: Run United 2

After what seemed like an eternity, I’m finally back to into running.  It had been more than three months since my last race, and I’m glad that Run United 2 was here to kickstart me back into sense.  Here are my accounts of what I thought to be the best Run United leg so far.

Second piece of the puzzle:
Run United 2 Finisher’s Medal

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27
May
12

Troika

Since my GF405 and I are no longer in good standing, it’s time for me to explore other options.  And I didn’t just found one—I found three at my disposal!

From the good old days… 😦

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09
May
12

Breaking up with my GF

Tragic.  So this is how it all ends.  My GF and I are through. :’-(

My GF405 had just broken up with me 😦

It had been a wonderful three years and four months with you.  How I am going to recover from this is yet known, but I will surely miss our times spent together. 😦

28
Dec
11

The Chronicles of SAR: Galaxy Entertainment Maratona Internacional de Macau (Day 02)

December 04, 2011, the day of my second marathon outside the Philippines and my first road race below 15°c.  I could’ve come more prepared but things don’t always happen according to plan so the goal was simple: to have fun and finish within cutoff!

Torre de Macau (Macau Tower): one of Macau’s most prominent landmarks is part of the route. On the background is another feature of the route, Ponte de Sai Van (Sai Van Bridge). Taken near Grand Lisboa Hotel.

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26
Nov
11

The Piaya Chronicles: The Unexpected Extension

The ruins was supposed to be the last agenda on our itinerary and because of our unfortunate delays going to the site, we had no time to spare and rushed to the airport.  Travelling throughout the province is quite easy pretty much everywhere, with the exception of the airport!  Yes, there are shuttle services to Bacolod-Silay Airport, but they take ages to leave the terminal and time was a luxury we can’t afford.

Our futile attempt

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