Monday, August 23, 2010

Father Suarez's Healing Mass


Our family went to Landmark Trinoma last August 21 for Fr. Fernando Suarez's healing mass. There was a very long queue of people from anywhere in the Philippines with different kinds of sickness, ranging from poor eyesight to cancer.


The mass started at 5 in the afternoon. The healing service itself of Fr. Suarez began at around 6:30. We received his blessing at around 8 in the evening. The line was still long at that time.

Anywhere Father Suarez conducts healing service, there would be lots of on-the-spot testimonials of healing. The lame walk, the almost-blind can see, the deaf hear. No kidding.

To know more about his healing ministry, kindly visit this site: http://www.fatherfernando.com/

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Centris Walk

Tired from seeing the usual traffic inside Trinoma and SM North EDSA, I decided to visit Centris Walk in EDSA corner Quezon Avenue. What made me interested to check the place out are the structures that look like golf tees.


It's refreshing to get away from the usual mall traffic. Dining establishments are present, namely: Pancake House, Italianni's, Tutti Frutti, My Thai, Jack's Loft, Pho Hoa, Asya, and Zong. Centris Walk provides that kind of refreshment, although it still has lots of work to do. Construction is in full swing; Fully Booked and Power Station will soon add in the Centris Walk experience.


Zong is the highlight of my first Centris Walk visit. It is a Chinese restaurant with a modern flair, offering MSG free but savory dishes. Truly a wonderful palate discovery.



Centris Walk is being developed by Eton Properties Philippines, Inc., the real estate brand of the Lucio Tan Group.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Tribu Factory Outlet

When asked what brand I should check for comfortable outdoor footwear, my brother suggested Tribu.

So I went from one shop to another looking for my perfect pair in vain. Designs are limited and my shoe size is always not available. Because I've been visiting this particular outlet, the Landmark Tribu salesman suggested that I visit their factory outlet in Valenzuela. Thanks to Google Maps, my brother found the location.

We went there yesterday and saw a wider selection of quality footwear. The outlet is always on sale; all items are 10-70% off. Here's the Shoedal I bought for Php733.50.


The outlet also carries their other brands: Miss T (ladies' line), Tweebu (for the little adventurers), and Kurv (urban/board sports clothing). They have outdoor bags, wallets and belts. Visit the outlet and enjoy the savings.