Monday, August 15, 2011

August 29 and 30, 2011 is a Regular Holiday

There is another reason to celebrate for the month of August. This is because of the two special days on the last week of this month.

August 29 is a regular holiday in celebration of National Heroes day.
August 30 is also a holiday celebrating Eid ul-Fitr which is a conclusion of the Ramadan of Muslims.

National Heroes Day day is dedicated to the memory of the Philippine heroes all throughout history of our nation. It is observed every last Monday of August. It is a regular holiday marking the Cry of Pugad Lawin by Filipino Revolutionary forces called the Katipunan led by its Supremo Andres Bonifacio.

Eid ul-Fitr. The first day of Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic calendar, is declared a national holiday for the observance of Eid ul-Fitr, or the Feast of Breaking the Fast (of Ramadhan, the ninth month). The law was enacted in deference to the Filipino Muslim community and to promote peace among the major religions in the Philippines.

Well here is the question that you might find amusing to answer. What will be your activities on this upcoming regular holidays?

Source: Wikipedia
Photo: Yes fm


Sunday, August 14, 2011

Bench Atlantis Body Spray

Atlantis body spray of Bench is one of my favorite cologne aside the I-Rock. It has this unique scent which is refreshing. It is both applicable to men and women. But I highly recommend this to young teenagers.

It only costs Php. 120.00. Affordable and high quality. Get it now!

Photo Coutesy to: SM SUperMarket


Wednesday, August 10, 2011

August 19 is a Special Non-Working Holiday for Kadayawan

President NoyNoy Aquino officially declared August 19 as a Special Non-Working Holiday in Davao City for the celebration of Kadayawan festival. This will be a good news for students and employees of Davao because they can have time to celebrate the Kadayawan Festival. Below is the official declaration from




WHEREAS, the City of Davao marks the week-long celebration of the “Kadayawan Festival”;

WHEREAS, to enable the people of the City of Davao participate in the event, the Sangguniang Panlungsod requested that Friday, 19 August 2011 be declared a special non-working holiday;

WHEREAS, it is but fitting and proper that the people of the City of Davao be given full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, PAQUITO N. OCHOA JR., Executive Secretary, by authority of His Excellency, BENIGNO S. AQUINO III, do hereby declare Friday, 19 August 2011, as a special (non-working) day in the City of Davao.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Republic of the Philippines to be affixed.

Done in the City of Manila, this 4th day of August, the year of Our Lord, Two Thousand and Eleven.

By authority of the President:
Executive Secretary

Source: and and Rhonson Ng for the picture


Sunday, August 7, 2011

Experience Follies de Mwah of CLUB MWAH! in Davao and Tagum

Breathtaking. Spectacular. Colorful. Death defying. Proudly gay.
Follies de Mwah in Davao

These are just the words that we can describe the upcoming show of the astounding performers of internationally-awarded Club Mwah! from Metro Manila. They will be performing in Davao and Tagum. The show is entitled Follies de Mwah which means in French as "Beautiful flowers". The show was dubbed as a cross of Las Vegas and British stage shows.

I got a chance to talk personally to the owner and founder of Club Mwah! Mr. Pocholo Malilin. He emphasized that the performance and productions of Club Mwah is high-end and very different from what we see in reality tv programs and movies. Philippine celebrities, ambassadors and royal family members from different countries watch Club Mwah! becuse of its prestige performers and production numbers. He said that his inspiration for having this event is the true meaning and essence of dancing and performing.

Club Mwah also received several awards both nationally and internationally. The club was awarded awarded as the Outstanding Theatre Club in Asia in the Asian Pacific Award Council in 2007 and received a Global Award of Excellence in the Theatre Club in 2008, which was awarded in Bangkok Thailand by the Asian Pacific Award Council.

Follies de Mwah concert ensures a dazzling and colorful entertainment of high-society level with a cheaper and convenient price tickets. It will show in Davao on August 19 at the CAP Auditorium and in Tagum on August 20 at the UM Gymnasium.

Ticket prices ranges Php. 500, Php. 800, Php. 1000 and Php. 1200. The performers of this show are same performers of the bar used by Banana Split every Saturday.

For more information visit the website, click here.
or contact the following:

Sharon Mae "Rhon" De los Santos
Marketing and Promotions
Follies De Mwah Concert
Contact Numbers: (63) 942.78

Telefax: (082) 235 0950
Tickets are available in the following outlets:

Okey Travel Center (Davao Branch)
Door #2, Ground Floor,
Grand Regal Hotel and Casino
Km. 7, Lanang Davao City
Tel. Nos: 235.0950; 0927.318.9404

PAR Travel and Tours
Door 6, Santos Building
Gov. Vicente Duterte Sr. St., Davao City
Tel Nos: 226.4406; 221.3424; 300.7280

Global Wings Travel and Tours
G/F Imperial Hotel, Doña Segunda Bldg.,
C.M. Recto St., Davao City, Philippines
Tel. Nos: 305.2210; 300.4210; 0916.635.2880

Sychar Hotel
148 J.P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City
Tel. Nos: 082.224.0603

Reiner Travel and Tours
2/F Lachmi Shopping Mall, San Pedro St., Davao City
Tel. Nos: 305.6304

Zabadani Café
Door 3, Bustamante Building
Ponciano Reyes St., Davao City
Tel. Nos: 282.2416

101 Travel (infront of Gmall)
186 Travel (Buhangin St.)
Allways Travel (Palma Gil St. near Mandaya Hotel)
Aquagem Travel (Obrero St. near USEP)
Asia gateway Travel (Sandawa St. Matina)
Bloomers Travel (Illustre St.)
DLS Travel (Sandawa St.)
Gladiola Salon (Matina St. infront of NCCC mall)
Grandeas Travel ( Illustre St.)
Hello World Travel (Damosa St.)
Jetway Travel ( Rizal St.)
JJ Photocopying (infront of USEP Obrero St.)
Land & Sky Travel (SM mall)
Mt.Apo Travel (Guerero St.)
Pilman Travel (Ponciano St.)
Southern Travel (near Central Bank)
Studio 15 Salon (Legaspi St.)
Surelite Travel (Magallane St.)
Travel Best (Roxas Blvd.)
Tropikal Holidays Travel (Arellano St.)
Virga Jesse Travel (Ponciano St.)

Photo Credits to Rhon De Los Santos and the official website Club Mwah!

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