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    Majority of my friends call me Trish, I guess you could call me that too. I'm a transcriptions editor with a really messed up body clock and never ending affinity for films, food and written words. I like street art, sweets, neutrals and monochromes, sushi, window seats, golf carts and lazy weekends.

    Some of the things that completely preoccupy me are my fixation with the now defunct The Civil Wars and their beautiful art of sadness, Oh Sehun, sleeping, CSS and HTML, @iameden, and those damn hypnotizing Tasty videos. Top country in my travel bucketlist? Iceland. But the one that will always have my heart? Hong Kong.

    Wingman, as defined by the trusty Wikepedia:
    A role that a person may take when a friend needs support with approaching potential partners.
    Or by The Urban Dictionary:
    The original military term, wingman, defined a pilot who supports another pilot in a dangerous flying environment. Today, we honor that bravery by using the same term to describe a guy who misleads someone into sleeping with you.
     Hahaha!

    I think I may still be in my The Collective frenzy last week. I asked some friends out to dinner, together with my boyfriend. I felt like doing something spontaneous that day because my housemates just came from Palawan and Vietnam (LOL at me thinking this is even close to spontaneous!) And I was just at home, glad to be at Snoe's Bloggers' Event earlier that day though. :)

    Original plan was to eat at Offbeat but I guess I got their operating hours wrong, they are closed on Sundays. We roamed around The Collective a little bit, went back out again and decided to eat at Wingman instead.


    Wingman is part of my Places to Dine In List 2 and I'm just so glad to be crossing another one on the list! (And hopefully, Offbeat, soon.)

    With the best people: Marion, Fritzie and Joyce

    Look at that face.
    It's really hard to miss Wingman with the place's color, besides it's located at that not so hidden nook along Malugay Street (sometimes, more of Mayapis Street).  This food joint's got that American diner vibe that also suites The Collective's eclectic theme. They even got a projector inside showing what I assume to be shows from a sports channel. We were given the menu as soon as we got settled. Of course, I sort of already had an idea what I'm getting for dessert. I made sure that I still had room for dessert.

    Here's what we had:

    Quesadillas (PhP 200)
    Crisp cast-iron skilleted flour tortillas loaded with three cheeses, tomatoes and their own pomodoro sauce. Comes with fire roasted salsa and sour cream.

    I am biased with quesadillas because they have cheese. So I am not going to bore you with how I love these cheesy creations. Crisp, light tortillas on the outside, chewy but not overpowering cheese (note: three cheeses) inside with a little tangy taste care of the tomatoes. It was the perfect way to start our dining experience!

    Buffalo Wings (Half dozen - PhP 200, Dozen - PhP 300)


    You can actually choose your preferred level of spiciness. They have medium/mild, hot, apocalyptic and pinaka. I am not a fan of spicy food (with some exceptions hehe) so we decided to split the dozen with mild and hot. I love chicken but I don't think I'm can keep up with this. A few bites and I felt my lips starting to feel... thick ala Borgy Manotoc! :(

    Curly Twist Fries (PhP 120)
    A basket of hand-cut fries (or hand-breaded onion rings). Fried golden-brown and perfectly seasoned. Served with their homemade thousand island dipping sauce selections like garlic aioli, hickory barbeque, or buffalo

    Nothing exceptional about this. Really looks like McDonald's twister fries with KFC's fries' taste.

    The Classic Cheesebuger (PhP 220)
    Ketchup, mustard, mayo, topped with a slice of American cheese and kosher dill pickle slices.

    I fail again at capturing in photograph the enormousness of this burger. I was only able to eat half of it because it made me too full to have dessert. Hands down with the burger patty. Juicy, moist, delicious and well seasoned. I actually thought the sides were kamote fries! Those were also potatoes! I guess that was how they really serve their hand crafted fries. It tasted really good. Very crispy and tastes better than the curly fries.

    And finally... drum roll please! Hahaha.

    Deep Fried Snickers Bar (PhP 220)
    Hand battered snickers bar, fried golden brown with a scoop of vanilla ice cream topped with whipped cream and Hershey's chocolate syrup



    Sorry, no photos when I've finally unearthed the Snickers bar underneath that hefty topping of whipped cream over fried batter. I was truly captivated by this dessert. Though I wish the batter was thinner because somewhere along the line you feel like you're only tasting the fried batter. But still, it captured my heart (and stomach and tongue) and will not let it go.

    We were all full and happy and satisfied! Whatever wingman truly means, it will always be for us, the perfect spot to kick back and relax, and eat comfort food!

    If ever you're in Makati, a trip to Wingman is absolutely worth it. It's both one of a kind but still strangely familiar. Definitely going back very, very soon for the Apple Mojitos and Garlic Parmesan Wings!


    Wingman is located at The Collective, 7274 Malugay St., San Antonio, Makati City
    Their complete menu here.
    Telephone No.: (02) 478-6770
    . Monday, November 26, 2012 .

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    . Monday, November 26, 2012 .

    Wingman, as defined by the trusty Wikepedia:
    A role that a person may take when a friend needs support with approaching potential partners.
    Or by The Urban Dictionary:
    The original military term, wingman, defined a pilot who supports another pilot in a dangerous flying environment. Today, we honor that bravery by using the same term to describe a guy who misleads someone into sleeping with you.
     Hahaha!

    I think I may still be in my The Collective frenzy last week. I asked some friends out to dinner, together with my boyfriend. I felt like doing something spontaneous that day because my housemates just came from Palawan and Vietnam (LOL at me thinking this is even close to spontaneous!) And I was just at home, glad to be at Snoe's Bloggers' Event earlier that day though. :)

    Original plan was to eat at Offbeat but I guess I got their operating hours wrong, they are closed on Sundays. We roamed around The Collective a little bit, went back out again and decided to eat at Wingman instead.


    Wingman is part of my Places to Dine In List 2 and I'm just so glad to be crossing another one on the list! (And hopefully, Offbeat, soon.)

    With the best people: Marion, Fritzie and Joyce

    Look at that face.
    It's really hard to miss Wingman with the place's color, besides it's located at that not so hidden nook along Malugay Street (sometimes, more of Mayapis Street).  This food joint's got that American diner vibe that also suites The Collective's eclectic theme. They even got a projector inside showing what I assume to be shows from a sports channel. We were given the menu as soon as we got settled. Of course, I sort of already had an idea what I'm getting for dessert. I made sure that I still had room for dessert.

    Here's what we had:

    Quesadillas (PhP 200)
    Crisp cast-iron skilleted flour tortillas loaded with three cheeses, tomatoes and their own pomodoro sauce. Comes with fire roasted salsa and sour cream.

    I am biased with quesadillas because they have cheese. So I am not going to bore you with how I love these cheesy creations. Crisp, light tortillas on the outside, chewy but not overpowering cheese (note: three cheeses) inside with a little tangy taste care of the tomatoes. It was the perfect way to start our dining experience!

    Buffalo Wings (Half dozen - PhP 200, Dozen - PhP 300)


    You can actually choose your preferred level of spiciness. They have medium/mild, hot, apocalyptic and pinaka. I am not a fan of spicy food (with some exceptions hehe) so we decided to split the dozen with mild and hot. I love chicken but I don't think I'm can keep up with this. A few bites and I felt my lips starting to feel... thick ala Borgy Manotoc! :(

    Curly Twist Fries (PhP 120)
    A basket of hand-cut fries (or hand-breaded onion rings). Fried golden-brown and perfectly seasoned. Served with their homemade thousand island dipping sauce selections like garlic aioli, hickory barbeque, or buffalo

    Nothing exceptional about this. Really looks like McDonald's twister fries with KFC's fries' taste.

    The Classic Cheesebuger (PhP 220)
    Ketchup, mustard, mayo, topped with a slice of American cheese and kosher dill pickle slices.

    I fail again at capturing in photograph the enormousness of this burger. I was only able to eat half of it because it made me too full to have dessert. Hands down with the burger patty. Juicy, moist, delicious and well seasoned. I actually thought the sides were kamote fries! Those were also potatoes! I guess that was how they really serve their hand crafted fries. It tasted really good. Very crispy and tastes better than the curly fries.

    And finally... drum roll please! Hahaha.

    Deep Fried Snickers Bar (PhP 220)
    Hand battered snickers bar, fried golden brown with a scoop of vanilla ice cream topped with whipped cream and Hershey's chocolate syrup



    Sorry, no photos when I've finally unearthed the Snickers bar underneath that hefty topping of whipped cream over fried batter. I was truly captivated by this dessert. Though I wish the batter was thinner because somewhere along the line you feel like you're only tasting the fried batter. But still, it captured my heart (and stomach and tongue) and will not let it go.

    We were all full and happy and satisfied! Whatever wingman truly means, it will always be for us, the perfect spot to kick back and relax, and eat comfort food!

    If ever you're in Makati, a trip to Wingman is absolutely worth it. It's both one of a kind but still strangely familiar. Definitely going back very, very soon for the Apple Mojitos and Garlic Parmesan Wings!


    Wingman is located at The Collective, 7274 Malugay St., San Antonio, Makati City
    Their complete menu here.
    Telephone No.: (02) 478-6770
    . Friday, November 23, 2012 .

    Last November 10, I finally had spare time so I dragged myself to SM Megamall after work for a day of strolling. It’s been quite a while since I spent some time to look around and/or buy stuff other than to just go there, eat then go home. After buying a box of donuts, a book, looking through guitars and other appliances, getting star struck at the sight of Ramon Jacinto and asking fabrics prices, I sure was hungry.

    I wandered around and found this certain section of the mall where a group of restaurants were situated. After scanning the strip of restaurants, I settled at dining at Chef’s Quarter.


    I always like to try something new and Chef’s Quarter was a restaurant I’ve never checked out before. After looking at the big menu posted at the entrance, I thought the prices were certainly affordable plus, the ambiance was really nice.


    There were not much people inside so I opted to seat at the couches by the glass window. The food attendant that assisted me was very pleasant and as soon as I settled, she handed me the menu and served a glass of water. I was excited to try their desserts but I thought I’ll just order it after my meal. I also asked her if I can go around and take pictures of the place and she pleasantly said yes.

    The Dalandan juice I ordered was served right away, and while waiting for my food, I took quick shots of the restaurant’s interior. The place was indeed homey and elegant at the same time. I love the design of the tiles on the bar’s counter; it reminded me of a quilt.

    . Tuesday, November 20, 2012 .


    I think it's about time I learn how to personalize gifts that I give to my friends. There's nothing better than a personal touch added to an already thoughtful act, right? I saw Erin's article in WhenInManila about CRAFTMNL's 13 Days of Handmade Gift-making Sessions  and  immediately signed up for the Glass Etching workshop and received this e-mail from CRAFTMNL afterwards. Just spreading the good news!

    YES! I want to make handmade gifts this Christmas! 

    We’re spreading the handmade love!

    Craft MNL comes to your neighbourhood, with handmade gift-making sessions across 7 lovely locations around Metro Manila. Always wanted to gift handmade, but in need of time, space, materials and guidance? These sessions are perfect for you. They cover glass etching (and preserve making), DIY journals, decorating yummy gingerbread cookies, gift wrapping and washi jewelry-making, handmade doll-making, screen printing Christmas-themed postcards, rubbercut printing, making crocheted Christmas ornaments and rubber stamping will be at Craft Coffee Workshop and 10A Alabama in New Manila, Pipino in Teacher’s Village (Quezon City), Edgy Veggy and Briggy Hall in Kapitolyo (Pasig City), the newly-opened Pipino along Jupiter street (Makati City), and Bungalow 300 in Alabang (Muntinlupa City) for our good folks further down south.

    Read on to find out what handmade gift items you can give! Apart from being able to give handmade love this Christmas, you can amp up the good vibes by knowing that a part of the proceeds from this series of sessions goes to making the kids over at Virlanie Foundation smile a bit wider this holiday season. Check out the schedules below, and sign up to get ready for the holiday season armed with handmade love!

    All sessions are from 2 PM – 5 PM at their respective venues. Session fees vary. Please check out the 13 Days of Christmas for more details.

    November 24, Crocheted Christmas ornaments at Bungalow 300 (Alabang)
    November 25, Rubberstamp labels for coffee jars at Craft Coffee Workshop (New Manila, Quezon City)
    December 1, Glass etching coffee jars at Craft Coffee Workshop (New Manila, Quezon City)
    December 1, Rubbercut printing at Edgy Veggy (Kapitolyo, Pasig)
    December 2, Gingerbread cookie decorating at Pipino Jupiter (Makati)
    December 2, DIY Journals at Briggy Hall (Kapitolyo, Pasig)
    December 8, Screen printing at 10A Alabama (New Manila, Quezon City)
    December 9, Giftwrap paperfolding session at 10A Alabama (New Manila, Quezon City)
    December 15, Glass etching + making preserves at Pipino Malingap (Teacher’s Village, Quezon City)
    December 16, Giftwrapping session at Briggy Hall (Kapitolyo, Pasig)

    Also, since we're being crafty and all, there's some great stuff CRAFTMNL (in partnership with WhenInManila) is giving away! Please click here to learn about the details on how to join!

    Spread the love and share this good news!




    CraftMNL is located at The Collective - 7274 Malugay Street, Makati City
    CraftMNL's Facebook
    @CraftMNL
    CraftMNL.com

    . Monday, November 19, 2012 .


    Last Saturday, I went to this beauty bloggers' event in Makati. I am in no way a beauty blogger, I can assure you that, 100%. But what made me sign up and hope for an invite is my affinity for their body spritz. In this post I had before, I professed how I like Snoe's Body Ritual Recipes and Hair Heroes. It was the first line of products that I discovered on my own (or because of the boyfriend hehe) and with every product that they release, I liked them more and more.

    Just a rewind, last November 10, I was surprised to see this in my email:


    TBH, I was both excited and terrified. I have zero knowledge about fashion and the latest trends in beauty products, what more about what could be considered as a futuristic attire?! I asked friends about it, they mostly told me to wear anything metallic in color, anything with silver. My boyfriend, Marion, told me to buy something that looks architectural or industrial in theme that made me think about a Daft Punk video. Hehe. In the end, I wasn't able to find anything I have the confidence in wearing so I just bought a dress that I really liked. I also asked Cy to come with me because I know I'm going to be all alone in one corner there.

    We arrived at the venue and I was just blown away. The place was huge and everybody is all pretty, shiny and all made up.


    The house was just gorgeous! We were offered drinks and food right away. A Snoe staff (Cyra) approached us and educated us on all of Snoe's past, present and future products. I must say I thought Cyra was really great and informative. She answered all our questions confidently and she was really bubbly!

    . Friday, November 16, 2012 .

    Just when I thought I would settle for Poladroid to get that Polaroid effect on my photos, then comes Fujifilm's Instax Mini cameras.
    Poladroids!
    Two years after Lomography hit our shores around 2008 (I think? At least that was the time I first knew about it) and awakened the analog lovers in most of us, came our what would be great fascination and infatuation with Instax.

    I acquired my Fujifilm Instax Mini 20 Cheki from an online store around December of that year. I thought getting a supply of fresh films for my new toy would be a problem until I knew about the online store, PolaroidPH. They offer the widest variety of Instax cameras, films and other accessories! I remember purchasing a twin pack film from them last year, just in time for New Year.

    Last Sunday, I made a purchase order again from them online for a single pack film, it's been too long since I last used my Instax. Then I received a call from Jhem of Li'l Whims/PolaroidPH last Wednesday to confirm my order. Apparently, they already have a physical store in The Collective in Malugay and he was asking if I still wanted it to be delivered (for a fee of PHP 50).

    Okay. I've been living in Makati for half a year but I had no idea that The Collective was just right across our unit. I am very, very lulzy. I know, I know.

    We made a quick trip to The Collective last Thursday to pick up the merchandise. I was really excited because I am finally (!!!) going to The Collective and I'm excited to visit their store.



    When we got there, Kuya Jhem was with another client who just purchased an Instax and since my item was just for pick up, I roamed around, took photos of the place while they were finalizing their transaction.

    Aside from Instax cameras, films and accessories, they also offer other analog cameras like those 35mm action cameras, Blackbird Fly TLRs, Holgas -- basically, everything that you can find on their website.

    After the other customer left, I introduced myself to him and we had a little chitchat about the latest Instax films. He told me that their supplies just came in that day and he showed me this closet/compartment full of films! It was just lovely!


    I am definitely getting the Pandora Instax films next time!

    photo from www.polaroidph.com
    Oh, here's a photo of Kuya Jhem right before we left the store. Hehehe.




    For all your Instax needs and more, I suggest you drop by Lil' Whims Store at The Collective. That way, you'll know what is on stock and what's not. Plus, you can roam around The Collective, there's just too much to see there!

    How to get there?
    Ride a bus with the LRT-Leveriza signage and ask them to drop you off at Mayapis. You'll see there the Cityland towers, and right across it, a tricycle terminal. Go to that corner street in front of the terminal and you'll see an Alphaland building under construction. Right next to it is The Collective.

    The Lil' Whims/ Polaroid PH  is located at The Collective 7274 Malugay St., San Antonio Village, Makati City
    Official Website: http://www.polaroidph.com
    Store Hours: 10:00am-7:00pm Tuesdays to Saturdays

    Official Lil' Whims/ Polaroid PH Facebook account
    . Thursday, November 15, 2012 .


    Each time you recklessly chuck your headphones in your backpack after every use, you know too well those headphones might not come back to you in one piece. Let’s face it: the backpack, combined with an active lifestyle, is an extreme environment for headphones. Adventurous and active music lovers always find it hard to make a pair of headphones last due to all the wear and tear from their activities.

    “Loose cords and broken headbands are just some of the problems that many music lovers encounter with their headphones. Whether it gets broken in the backpack or in the mountains, people always end up disappointed with subpar durability,” says Ms. Angelia Oh, General Manager for Philips Consumer Lifestyle, Philippines.

    To address this issue, Philips and surf brand O’Neill teamed up to develop a range of headphones that are strong enough to endure extreme conditions. The Philips O’Neill The Construct SHO7205BK is part of this line.

    According to Ms. Oh, The Construct is one of the most durable headphones in the market due to its material and construction. Its ultra flexible TR90 headband can withstand bends, stretches and twists without deforming or breaking. Its cable is just as tough and is also tangle-free. The headphone’s drivers are also protected with metal rings around the earcan and employ engineered safe release cans that allow it to weather hard impacts.

    In terms of sound quality, The Construct holds its own, with Ms. Oh explaining that “The Construct delivers solid deep bass that’s crisp and powerful through 40mm drivers.” This means that users can still clearly hear their music regardless of their activity. And where comfort is concerned, Ms. Oh says that the ear cushions are soft and thick enough for isolation while the headband cover is made of soft fabric for added comfort.


    Ms. Oh adds that The Construct can be enjoyed by a wide variety of listeners. “Sound lovers are not limited to commuters or office workers. They are everywhere. And we want everyone to take their music with them everywhere as well without the fear of it getting broken,” she remarks. “The Construct is a pair of headphones they can literally bring anywhere, even in the great outdoors.”

    “Durable portable headphones are hard to come by. But this range of Philips O’Neill headphones were made to outlast, withstand and endure, with the consumers’ utmost needs in mind,” she concludes.
    . Sunday, November 11, 2012 .


    I'm a very patient person and I guess, waiting is one of my strengths. Well, yes, I also consider it a weakness because sometimes, it comes to a point that I become passive about some things in my life.

    So how long am I willing to wait? It depends on a lot of things.

    Material things? There are times I am a trigger happy person and I get very impulsive when I want something so bad. For those things that I know need time and hard work before I achieve it like work/employment, of course, I follow the natural course of things. A ride to work? I would definitely wait for my preferred method of transportation. I do wait, I don't mind most of the time. My food to get served? I can wait.

    For everything else, I am willing to wait more than I should. See changes in a person? I think sometimes I have the savior complex. Sometimes, I think I am different and that I could actually change a person. Yes, I am very wrong. I patiently wait for people to change, thinking that how I treat or be with them can actually change their ways eventually. I painstakingly wait for them to see that I am here, I am good for them and hope that somehow they'll choose me.

    I know it sickens some of my friends how I am able to withstand everything because I am waiting for change so I can get what I deserve.

    I know some of my friends feel melancholic for me because beneath everything, somehow, I am still waiting.

    I can wait for the least and most deserving people.

    “I’ve learned that waiting is the most difficult bit, and I want to get used to the feeling, knowing that you’re with me, even when you’re not by my side.”

    ― Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes


    SoulPancake is the brainchild of Rainn Wilson (yes, from The Office), Devon Gundry, Shabnam Mogharabi, Golriz Lucina, and their other creative friends. It is a creative movement/project that touches art, culture, science, philosophy, spirituality and humor that encourages people to open their minds, speak out and be real.


    . Saturday, November 03, 2012 .


    I've been living in Cavite my whole life, you'd think I have been in to every place here but sadly, that is not the case. I've been to most places here since I live in Bacoor, I practically live in Imus (we are somewhere in the middle of the two), find solace in Tagaytay, and worked in both Carmona and Rosario. 

    I convinced my parents a week ago to go out for the weekend, and also to have a post birthday celebration for my brother, who is now 29. Hehe. The family's favorite escape is going to Tagaytay but this time I asked insisted for us to try something new. (Well, yes, not entirely new since we still headed south. Haha.) I was so happy they agreed! My folks usually have a busy weekend so I was really happy we could squeeze something in. We all agreed to go to Sonya's Garden (which I thought was in Tagaytay) to have lunch there.

    The next day, I went home straight from work, hopped in our car, still wearing yesterday's clothes. It took an hour and a half drive when we finally arrived at Sonya's Garden


    I felt like I was in some secret garden/hideaway. The gates were huge and we were greeted by this good dog just sitting in a corner, not minding all the humans that were invading the place. Everything you lay your eyes on here is with a touch of green.


    For some reason, Coldplay's Paradise kept playing in my head while I was absorbing the beauty of the surroundings. The place gives you that tranquil and serene ambiance, away from the hustle and bustle (and pollution) of the city. I felt like sitting in the middle of everything and just watch everything move around me. 

    The receptionist led us to the Sunflower area (?) so we may be seated and we could have our lunch. I actually love sunflowers. They're just so yellow and happy looking.


    The place was just filled with plants! Flowers sprawling here and there, everything felt so simple and lavish at the same time. Complete with water fountains that gave the place a rustic feel.

    Simple, beautiful things.
    My folks!
    Everything is just so intricate. Everything feels so special. Everything just makes you feel wonderful. They really put so much detail on everything. I love it.


    From the outside, it looks like a greenhouse, inside everything felt extravagant and lush. With those white draperies enveloping the place. Chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, wooden chairs (that weigh a ton!) and tables, and of course, the plants that were consistently complementing the whole vibe. The transition of the mood was from grand to elegant.

    . Friday, November 02, 2012 .

    Honestly, I don't like the outdoors or anything that will involve strenuous physical activity.

    Fun runs have been all around year long for different causes. I entertained the idea of joining Adobo Magazine's Run After Dark last September because all of the bibs will have different adobo recipes (how cool is that!) and Giada de Laurentiis' Chicken Adobo recipe was included! But sadly, Giada's recipe was still not enough motivation. The last one I heard of was the Outbreak Manila in Enchanted Kingdom where they incorporated zombies, and you, sort of, run for your life. Craaaaaaziest idea ever! Of course, I had no plans of joining that. I'd reserve the running when that day really comes. Other than that, I have a very limited knowledge about... running.

    My dear friend from work, Queen, told me about Color Manila Run and I was instantly interested in joining. Imagine looking like a colorful, beautiful, striking, happy mess at the end of the event. A FUN run, indeed! Luckily, my super friend, CJ (who runs RunAdoboKing), knew all about this and here I am blogging all about it! Yey!

    This is going to be awesome!

    Here are some photos of Color Run held in US:

    The Color Run in Seattle. (Photo from www.runrevolution.com)
    The Color Run in Austin, Texas. (Photo from www.cbsnews.com)
    Photo from www.visualnews.com


    DASH IN TECHNICOLOR THIS 2013 WITH COLOR MANILA RUN

    Manila goes color crazy as Proactive Sports invites you to the happiest run to hit the Metro, Color Manila Run 2013! Get ready to race through clouds and crowds of Yellow, Blue, Pink, Green, and Purple and dash to the finish line, powder-splattered in rainbow colors.

    The Color Manila Run 2013 is the first of its kind running event in the country where runners are showered with colored powder in different stations, eventually producing throngs of happy human canvas at the finish line. Be cheered by an army of cheerleaders in Magic Yellow station, enjoy the beats with the drum line at the Ocean Blue area, party like a rock star at the Funky Pink mosh pit, move and groove with fertility dancers at the Evo-Green spot, and get hot with poi dancers at the Fiery Purple stop over.

    Composed of 1.5k, 3k, 5k, divisions, the first run of the year aims to bring about unique experience of running, infused with a color extravaganza to help encourage new generation of runners to experience the fun and fulfilling sport. The Color Manila Run will also put together the country’s hottest music artists, providing the rhythm and beats during the event.

    Not just for fun, this exciting run is also for the benefit of Republikha, a non-stock, non profit organization that aims to empower the next generation through music and education, and Hop-E, a foundation moving towards helping eradicate poverty through the four elements, Education, Empowerment, Employment, and Events.

    Be the best hue and join the most colorful running event in the city! Register now at the following registration sites: Runnr branches at Bonifacio Global City, Rockwell, and Trinoma, and Toby’s branches at Mall of Asia, Megamall, and Greenbelt 3 from October 24 to December 24, 2012, from 1PM to 8PM, daily. A registration fee of P750 will be required to participants of 3K and 5K divisions (Inclusive of BIB, Shirt, Color Manila Sunglasses, Color Packet, Medal.)

    Enjoy the start of the year with rocking music, awesome crowd, and fit body. Get your friends and family stretched out and ready for this amazing color blast to kick off a new habit for the New Year. Be part of the Color Manila Run 2013!


    Kangaroos Color Run Manila 2013 TVC


    For online reservations and more information, please visit http://proactive.ph.