Thursday, June 23, 2016

Press Release: BUBI Trampolines Bring Happiness with Every Bounce

Established in the Philippines last 2011, Bubi Trampolines began operation under Sia & Mark Amsement Inc. (SMAI).  With more than 12 years of experience in creating quality products and distribution of trampolines over Europe, SMAI is also experienced in aftersales follow-up and high quality products.



Bubi Trampolines offers not only fun but also has medical benefits for kids.   It helps kids improve their self-esteem and behavior, develop their motor skills, and teach persistence.  It also reduces restlessness and alleviates stress, strengthens the immune system, and stimulates the internal organs.  It can also help weigh loss and maintenance as well.



Bubi Trampolines are located at the following malls:
SM Malls
Baguio
Taytay
Cebu - Seaside
Valenzuela
Tarlac
Fairview
Novaliches
San Lazaro
Rosario
Baliwag
Clark
Bicutan
Marilao
Angono
Cebu - Consolacion
Palawan
Muntinlupa
San Pablo
Sta.Rosa
Cebu - Mabolo
Davao
Molino
Calamba
Cebu - Seaside

Robinsons Malls:     

Metro East
Cainta
Antipolo
Palawan

Other Malls:

Starmall SJDM
Starmall Taguig
AliMall
Farmer's Plaza

Bubi Blocks and Bubi Sand Castles are also part of the Bubi Family!




Monday, June 20, 2016

Revisiting UPLB

I am proud Iskolar ng Bayan or Iska for short.  Both the hubby and I graduated from UP Los Banos.  After graduation, we can only count in one hand the number of times we went back to UPLB because of 1) time issues and 2) traffic.  But we have always wanted to visit the place and bring Neo with us.

The weekend after Election 2016, Leo and I decided to go and visit UPLB na nga.  It was just timely because Neo’s Mamita (my grandmother) need to visit her doctor at Calamba Doctor’s Hospital – so we sent her to Laguna too.



I am not too sure, but I think there is only one way going to Los Banos, Laguna from Cavite.  It’s SLEX -> Calamba -> Los Banos.  Please correct me if I’m wrong so we can use a different way that’s not too traffic. 

Along the way, we told Neo that we will be going to Papa and Mama’s old school.  It was a long drive and we passed by Mt. Makiling.  Neo was mumbling something about our school being so far and his school being just near.  Ha! Wait ‘til you go to college, little boy.

We arrived at UPLB an hour before lunch time.  It was too hot.  Since it was a Saturday and there were no classes, we had a hard time looking for shade since the buildings are closed.  We just did a quick tour of our old campus and reminisced what fond memories we had when we were still in college.

My old building with a banner of my former professor naming him a Scientist. Wow!
Pahinga saglit while enjoying the field’s view.

There are a lot of new establishments outside of UPLB na.  I can no longer locate Papus (our favorite siomai vendor).  Vega is no longer a popular area, though Mcdo still is.  The photocopying center near SU is already demolished.  There are new establishments too beside UPF’s precinct.  YMCA is now a nice-looking dormitory compared to its old stage.  I think they had it renovated.  And a lot more.

Carabao Park with Kwekkwek tower. 

Mama and Papa’s selfie at Carabao Park.

Visiting FOREHA.

After touring we went to IRRI (International Rice Research Institute) to have lunch.  Just a trivia: Scholars from different Asian countries go IRRI to study rice research.  The Philippines is a pioneer of whatever rice research and developments we had decades ago.  And now, we import rice from these countries.  Sad no?  I wish we could have sustain our independence on rice production, but sadly we can’t.  L



We also went to our old dormitory at Foresty, FOREHA.  After that, we went back home.  We didn’t stay long since it was hot, but we definitely shared a lot of memories with our little boy while roaming the campus.



Selfie with Oble





Friday, June 17, 2016

Stoops Bagnet Ilocos

Bagnet is one of the famous delicacies of Ilocos province.  It was only 2 years ago that I was able to taste my first Bagnet.  It was a pasalubong from an officemate who went to Ilocos for work.  It was delicious!  But then, I won’t be able to taste this food always since Ilocos is not really near.  Luckily for me, and for all Bagnet lovers, Stoops Bagnet Ilocos has opened in the Metro.

Just a bit of a background, Stoops Bagnet Ilocos started when two friends, Jay Seneres and Galen Cid, were inspired to open a restaurant serving authentic Ilocano dishes.  It was 2008 that the first Stoops Bagnet Ilocos branch opened in Vito Cruz, Manila.  Now, after 8 years, Stoops Bagnet has reached several branches already and is also available at Cavite. 

Stoops Bagnet Ilocos Lancaster Square Imus.

Now, enough talking and let these photos show you the different dishes served by Stoops Bagnet Ilocos.

Special Bagnet Meal served with Kamatis Bagoong Lasuna at Php105.

Special Bagnet Meal served with Kamatis Talbos ng Kamote Bagoong at Php105.
Empanada at Php45.

Pancit with Bagnet toppings. 

Sinanglaw, almost similar to Papaitan, at Php65.

Stoops Bagnet Ilocos also serves different meals other their specialty, Bagnet.  They also offer Chicken Bagnet, Boneless Bangus Belly, and Ilokano veggie dishes.  This is to create a variety for all their customers. 

Ilokanos are known to serve very tasty food and Stoops Bagnet Ilocos lived in the standard.  Food at Stoops Bagnet Ilocos are not only delicious, they are very affordable.  They also give big servings.  This gives a very family friendly ambience to Stoops Bagnet Ilocos. 

You may visit any branches of Stoops Bagnet Ilocos and try their delicious Bagnet meals.  For Cavite residents, Stoops Bagnet Ilocos has two branches: Lancaster Square Imus and Robinsons Place General Trias. 




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