Tuesday, January 21, 2014

LTO registration

DIY tipid mode today. How to stencil your kariton's engine and chassis number. 1. Open the hood of your kariton and look for the engine number. It's located near the timing belt. 2. Rub/scratch a carbon paper on the engine number. 3. Get a scotch tape and pencil. 4. Put a small amount of scotch tape over the number and rub it with the pencil. 5. Remove the scotch tape and put it on the vehicle registration form. Repeat 1 - 5 to get the chassis number. Pakapin sa kamot = hugaw sa carbon paper, hugaw sa engine timing belt and savings of P30-P50 for the today's DIY. I'll soon be a "mekanika" doing this. Hehehe

Monday, July 4, 2011

How to beat a typhoon

I admit I hate rain. I hate being under the mercy of an umbrella much more slowly and carefully walk like a robot protecting your shoes and your feet from getting soaked.

Ended up one of those freaking MRT riding-public one rainy night in Manila. Honestly I would say it was one great rainy-date, not even Typhoon Falcon’s heavy downpour can beat that unconventional date.

When you embrace positivity in life, you might end up accepting the rain. After all, there are many things to do while there is bagyo.

Rainy Day 1 | Feast on a nice Japanese meal at Mogu Japanese resto at Serendra, Bonifacio High Street and end your night with a yummy gelato from Gelatissimo Café also in Serendra.










Rainy Day 2 | Go Mediterranean and enjoy the best tasting Beef Kebab at Gilak by Hossein at Greenbelt III, Ayala Center, Makati.



Rainy Day 3 | Go local, savor a hot Almondigas soup, veggie-pasta salad and yogurt of Pancake House at Greenhills San Juan or have a spare-ribs rice meal from Mann Hann also in Greenhills.




Rainy Day 4 | Watch a movie at Shangri-La Plaza Mall in Mandaluyong City and dine at C2 Classic Cuisine afterwards.




Rainy Day 5 | Fill your tummy with a sumptuous Crab Maritess from Red Crab Café at Level 1, Gateway Mall, Araneta Center in Cubao, Quezon City.




That's at least five food trips while battling Typhoon Falcon. I missed the Banchetto night market, though. There will always be a next time and the next time will be very enjoyable – minus MRT and the rain. Yes! I can proudly say, I defeated Typhoon Falcon. Binge-eating warrior!

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Don't sleep and park






Traffic Accident Investigation Report
Case: Reckless Imprudence Resulting to Damage to Property
Reported by : SSg PAF and SSg PMC
Time/Date Rptd : 0130H 08 Oct
TD/P/O: 0115H 08 Oct, vacant space of DND located, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City


Parties Involved:
Party I – Make/type : Mitsubishi Montero
Party II – Honda Civic
Party III – Toyota Corolla


Narrative of the incident:

Investigation conducted by this office disclosed that Party I was traveling inside the camp, however, when it reached DND building accidentally bumped Party II, which was then parked at the vacant space. But due to strong impact, Party II – pushed forward hitting Party III, which was also parked thereat.


Kusang loob na salaysay ni Cpt blah blah na ipinagkaloob kay _______ dito sa himpilan ng Command Provost Marshal, GHQ & HSC, AFP, Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, ngayon ika 8 ng Oct humigit kumulang alas 1130H ng ____ sa harap ng ilang saksi:

Tanong 01 : Ikaw ba ay magsasabi ng buong katotohanan at pawing katotohanan lamang?

Sagot : Opo

Tanong 02 : Ano ang naabot mo sa pag-aaral?

Sagot : Colehiyo

Tanong 03 : Ikaw ba ay marunong bumasa at umunawa ng wikang tagalog?

Sagot : Opo

Tanong 04 : Karapatan mo ang manatiling tahimik at tumangging magbigay ng anumang salaysay hinggil sa kasong ito, karapatan mo rin ang magkaroon ng tulong ng isang abogado na iyong pinili upang alalayan ka habang ikaw ay nagbibigay ng salaysay. Ito ba ay iyong nauunawaan? Magbibigay ka na ba ng salaysay?

Sagot : Oo

Tanong 05 : Maaari mo bang sabihin sa akin ang iyong tunay na pangalan, edad, tirahan at ilan pang bagay na maaaring mapagkakilanlan hinggil sa tunay mong pagkatao?

Sagot : Cpt, 38, DND, Cp Aguinaldo, Q.C.

Tanong 06 : Ano ang dahilan at naririto ka ngayon sa himpilan ng Command Provost Marshal, GHQ & HSC, AFP, Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City at nagbibigay ng malayang salaysay?

Sagot : Nabangan po ang sasakyan ko.

Tanong 07 : Kailan, saan at anong oras nangyari ito?

Sagot : 1230 ng gabi ng 8 Oct

Tanong 08 : Anong sasakyan ang naka-aksidente sa iyo, at ano ang numero ng plaka nito?

Sagot : Honda Civic, JJJ 888

Tanong 09 : Sino ba ang nagmamaneho ng nasabing sasakyan na nakabangga sa iyo?

Sagot : Wala

Tanong 10 : Maaari mo bang isalaysay ang buong pangyayari hinggil sa aksidenteng ito?

Sagot : Nakatulog ako at nabungo ko ang isang sasakyan.

Tanong 11 : Anong parte o bahagi ng sasakyan mo ang tumama sa sasakyan na iyong nasagi o nabangga?

Sagot : Harapan ng kotse

Tanong 12 : Kailan mo maibigay sa akin ang Job Estimate Report at ng mga larawan ng minamaneho mong sasakyan?

Sagot : Bukas

Tanong 13 : Gaano kabilis ang takbo ng minamaneho mong sasakyan nang nangyari aksidente?

Sagot : Mabagal dahil mag park na ako

Tanong 14 : Ano naman ang iyong ginawa, kung mayroon man, upang maiwasan ang aksidente?

Sagot : Nag break

Tanong 15 : Ikaw ba ay may lisensya sa pagmamaneho?

Sagot : Oo

Tanong 16 : Ano ang binabalak mo sa kasong ito?

Sagot : Ayusin

Tanong 16 : Lalagdaan mo ba ang salaysay mong ito bilang patotoo sa lahat ng sinabi mo rito?

Sagot : Oo

Katapusan ng salaysay ni :
________
LAGDA


Babala: Ang mga nabangit na pangyayari ay hango sa tunay na buhay.
Wag na pong mag park kapag inaatok dahil mahirap po ang sagot sa
tanong na “Sino ba ang nagmamaneho ng nasabing sasakyan na nakabangga sa iyo?” Kung ang sagot mo ay “wala.”

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Advance birthday gift

It’s been about 8 or 10 years since I ceased being so involved in this so-called “Beautiful Game.”
It wasn’t about time, love gone sour, isolation or loss of interest. Napadpad lang ako sa ibang landas, hindi naman napunta sa drugs at mas lalong hindi sa sugal. Parang talagang medyo naiba lang ang ihip ng hangin.
But I still love the game though I’m not that active anymore.

I admit I miss watching the games. I miss the people around, most especially the camaraderie.
On 17 February, I got an early birthday gift if I may call it.

They may say it’s actually just a “pasalubong” but one item from the plastic bag caught my attention.

This one.




Happy na nga sana ako with just butterscotch as pasalubong, knowing it’s my favorite.
But I guess my couple friends Liezel and Afuang made it sure that the other item would be far more adorable than the food.
Indeed it was amazing.

I didn’t dream having one like this nor did I imagine getting one as a birthday gift.
Nawala na nga ako sa passing sa football eh.

But thank you guys for making me recall how we love this beautiful game and the passion is still within.
Just imagine that, walang kapagod-pagod, kumpletos rekados.

Honestly I don’t even remember all the members of the Philippine Team, their names, and their jersey numbers.
Walang kapagod-pagod, walang kahirap hirap, I simply got their signatures on the shirt. Kinalolokahan lang naman sila ng mga girlalu at iba pa.

Thanks Liezel and Afuang for taking time out to meet the famous Askal Team in Bacolod and for remembering me and my love for football.
Thank you, I have numbers 21, 10, 15, 6, 23, 22, 25, 9 and 14 on this lovely Azkal shirt.
Let's continue and keep the football spirit alive and kicking!


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Friday, October 8, 2010

Weekend in Malolos, Bulacan

After months of hibernating from this page. Here I am seriously back in the forms and energized from my latest travel.
As everybody prepares for their semestral break, my preparation was to visit some historical sites in Bulacan.
Planned it last September.

First on the list in touring Bulacan is the historical Barasoain Chuch.
As we all know, we only see the figure of this famous Barasoain Church at the back of our P10.oo bill.
One weekend last month, the church was right in front of my eyes and it was much better than the one I only see in the money.







The church also known as Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish was built in 1630. It has earned the title as the "Cradle of Democracy in the East" and they say that it is the "most important religious building in the Philippines" having been the seat of first government of the country.

Barasoain church was founded by in Augustinian Missionaries in 1859. Considered one of the most beautiful churches in the Philippines for its unique architectural design. Philippines' first president General Emilio Aguinaldo and the 13th president Joseph Estrada were inaugurated in this church.




















(The Altar)




(Barasoain's Garden)







(President General Emilio Aguinaldo's transpo)





(Malolos Museum)



(Tarlac Rep. Jose C. Cojuangco's ancestral home)



(Aside from historical tourist spots, Bulacan is also known for their affordable Christmas decors)





How to get there:
By private vehicle, from Manila, go to NLEX.
Take TABANG exit to your right. Then drive straight until you hit Guiguinto, Bulacan.
Continue driving until you see the Malolos flyover. Do not pass on the flyover.
Take the lower lane and make a left turn.
From that flyover turn, the church is just about 2 kilometers away.
You will see Barasoain Church on your right side.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Monday, April 5, 2010

What's in Hongkong?

For first-timers in Hongkong worry not!

There are online forums that can help you enjoy your vacation to the fullest.
From your itinerary, to the best places to visit.

Hongkong's organized transport system, their public transport to the say the least, it's very reliable and safe.

If you just read and ask around you will hardly get lost, even if you have a map on your hands courtesy of their city information centers.

Hongkong's MTR is one of the best in the world. The buses, included.

Sigh... it will take 50 years for the Philippines to have one.

An efficient, reliable, safe and clean public transport system.

And I share my tight-budget-but-super-fun experience.










Try the Ocean Park Adventure


















The lovable Panda








Botanical Garden




The Big Ben




Museum of the Art







... and not to forget... the best food trip in town.
My sister and I survived, three days and three nights in Hongkong, without rice!!!




















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