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This is pretty much a photo dump of how I spent the first night of September dancing my worries away and spending some chill time with awesome friends. Most of these photos were taken with my Canon S95 because I had to surrender my DSLR.
Anyway, the Smart Netphone Media Launch was a huge success. It’s such a cool phone that everyone wants one! :) Thank you so much to Connect Agency for inviting me. :)
Kit Kat. Ring Pops. Crazy Strings. Party poppers. Cotton Candy. Bloggers were like having a slumber party within a party.
#SMARTNETPHONE tweets throughout the night.
Photo by THE Revo Naval
Definitely a star-studded night at Republiq, including Smart’s Netphone endorsers, Sam Pinto and several Azkals members. The club was jam-packed but the AC was in full blast. I was even forced to wear the free shirt just to keep me warm. Hahaha.
Event hosted by KC Montero and Andi Manzano
They raffled out several Netphones and trip for two to Taiwan, Singapore, Korea and to the United States. They asked five participants, including the “Tugs Tugs” guy from Cornetto, to have a dance-off for the U.S. trip. :D
Jonver, Cariza and Dianne being serious and wacky.
Juice.ph Shoot Some Juice 2011
August 31 | Rockwell
Cariza and I went to Rockwell to attend Juice.ph's special block screening of “Bad Teacher” featuring Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake and Jason Segel. It was really nice of them to do an event exclusively to everyone who joined the Shoot Some Juice and Write Some Juice contest. They announced four winners and based on the photo, you probably have an idea who was one of them. :)
It’s my first time to win a contest, so it’s a really yay moment for me. I’m really happy that I won because I’m going to be a Juice Blogger and I’ll be able to blog about different events, like the UP JMA presents AD HOC happening tomorrow at World Trade Center in Pasay City.
ALL ROADS LEAD TO CAMSUR ONCE MORE!
The CamSur Watersports Complex hosts the third staging of the Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines last August 14, 2011. With over 1,100 participants, the course is composed of a 1.2 mile swim (1.9km), 56 mile bike (90km), and 13.1 mile run (21.1km).
Due to the cancellation of the Ironman 70.3 China, this event will have 30 qualifiers for the Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Some of the qualifiers were Cameron Brown, Katya Meyers and Amanda Stevens.
Storm clouds enshrouded Camarines Sur and monsoon rains poured down in the duration of the race. The cool climate gave some of the participants an advantage in the race.
Pete Jacobs makes a repeat as this year’s champion for the male Ironman 70.3 Philippines with 03:51:43. Jesse Thomas and Cameron Brown were head-on-head with 04:12:30 and 04:12:54 respectively. Belinda Granger won in the women’s division with 04:26:23 while Amanda Stevens arrived two minutes later. Other female participants were Bree Wee (4:35:16) and Katya Meyers (4:39:37).
For the locals, Neil Catiil and Monica Torres triumphed once more. Arland Macasieb (04:26:31) won first place for the men’s division while Marion Kim Mangrobang lands on second place for the women’s division.