2013: Off To Our New Adventure

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This coming year, Berto and I will be embarking on a new adventure. Well, Berto actually started early this year and I don’t think it’s as big a deal for him as it is for me. Anyway, I will be fulfilling my long-time dream of being a WAHM. After years of ranting and whining, I will finally make that big step away from corporate life. Yep, after three failed attempts (my boss refused to accept it), I’ve finally tendered my resignation.  I went on leave for two weeks, then came in just to leave my resignation letter on my supervisor’s desk and left again. I gave them no choice but to accept it this time.

I have been saying that Accounting is just not for me, and that I only went into this field in obedience to my parents. I have known from day one that it is not for me, but who would believe me when I got good grades, was an academic scholar, and was a consistent dean’s lister. I even graduated top 7 in our whole batch, top 3 in Accountancy. Maybe everybody thought it was just a phase… that I’d eventually get the hang of it.

Good did come out from my foray in accountancy. I gained good friends who eventually became my kumares.  I got into a top notch financial institution, built a career and stayed there since. 

Income was ok, work was manageable. I was content. But when I had my daughter, I realized that there has got to be more to life than just the loooong commute to work and back; than just crunching numbers and computing profit that will never be our own. When my daughter started going to school, the need to be with her became even stronger. My time is so tied up with work (with a promotion came with a mountain-load of responsibility). I’d get home so late, I’d even go to the office during weekends. I couldn’t find the time to study with my baby, to read with her, to practice writing with her. I’d often be too tired and cranky when I get home that my patience would be too short, I’d end up shouting at her when she had a hard time with a certain topic. We’d both go to bed crying, her with frustration, me with embarrassment and disappointment with myself.

Now I decided to take the leap. I will be a Work At Home Mom.

What will I be doing? I always wanted to write. I always wanted to take pictures. I have a few blogs running. I had generated income from blogging before, I can do it more consistently. Working online from home is also a trend nowadays. I can try my hand at that. In fact I already did a few months back.  A big plus is the Photography Business that I have put up with my husband. It started as a hobby, but we have decided to give it our all and we now have our home office, permits and taxes… the whole shebang! Berto will be in-charge of that.

Finances might get tight. We’d be losing our regular income, but Berto and I will make it work. We’ll focus on what matters. We’ll focus on the good stuff…

Maybe I should’ve posted this on my mommy blog. Maybe I would...


A Very Merry Christmas From Us!

How did you guys spend your Christmas? Well how ever you did celebrate this joyous occasion, we hope you had a good one. A very merry Christmas greeting from Berto and Kwala... and the little one!
God bless!


Cinnamon Roll As Midnight Snack

Berto and I are still up, getting ready for tomorrow's event. We have a birthday/christening event to cover tomorrow and I am putting last minute adjustments for our photobooth layout. Hubby had the craving for something sweet to eat. Good thing we bought some cinnamon rolls in Red Ribbon Bakeshop. So I popped one roll in the microwave then slathered on some butter (bad, I know!). Haha...

Berto requested for some coffee too to complete the cafe experience right in our dining room. Cinnamon rolls and 3-in-1 instant coffee, perfect midnight snack with the perfect company =)


Halloween 2012

Last October 28, Berto, B, N and I went to The Podium for our annual Trick or Treat. We used to go to Megamall for the halloween festivities, but we there were just too many people! Thank goodness, N suggested we try The Podium last year. There were less kids and more shops that give out candies and other goodies.

This year there was a slight change of policy, participants needed to present accumulated receipts amounting to P1,500. We needed receipts, so we decided to have our lunch in Cafe de Bonifacio. It is a local restaurant that boasts of Filipino cuisine at its best. 

 We had Kare-kare, Sisig and Sinigang na Baka (sorry no picture). Everything was delicious! The little one liked the Kare-kare. We asked for more peanut sauce but they didn't have any available since they cooked the dishes on a per order basis. Oh well. Our bill totaled to P1,100. I then bought some stuff from Watson's also located inside the mall. Once we got the receipt, Berto helped B register, then we were good to go. Kids were given a list of shops to visit and some stubs for activities for added Halloween fun! Activities included face painting, balloon twisting, photo op, raffles and even free ice cream.

This is the first shop we visited, the Power Mac Center, too bad they weren't giving away Ipads as treats =(

Here's B enjoying the pink elephant painted on her arm. By the way, she dressed up as a little Egyptian Princess. Thanks for the pretty costume Lola S! =)

Thanks daddy Berto for the wonderful pictures. I think he's the one who had the most fun that day, he got to play with his newest toy, the Canon 50mm 1:1.4 lens. =)

It was a day of fun fun fun! I forgot to take a picture of the little girl's loot for the day. Let's just say her pumpkin was filled to the brim. Even her nanny got her own share of treats!


Enchanted Farm Cafe

I chanced upon an episode of ETC HQ and they were featuring this quaint cafe selling organic and locally-grown produce. I got very intrigued. Berto and I decided to try it out, yes another foodie adventure for Berto and Kwala! 

The Enchanted Farm Cafe is located at the 2nd floor of 463 Commonwealth Ave, Quezon City. It is very easy to spot since on the ground floor of the building, you will find Human Nature's flagship store. Along Commonwealth, if you are bound towards Fairview it is very near Caltex Gas Station, by the Feria Footbridge. 

According to their facebook page, The Enchanted Farm Cafe is an advocacy cafe, led by Gawad Kalinga Center for Social Innovation, that bridges the Enchanted Farm, through its food and beverage, from Angat, Bulacan to the city market. It aims to raise social awareness by promoting home-grown business innovations that develop industry-competent local products while uplifting the lives of the poor.

The cafe serves naturally-grown local produce from three major sources – (a) The Enchanted Farm in Angat Bulacan, which provides most of the fresh produce and special burger patties on the menu; and (b) existing social enterprises such as Gourmet Keso, Golden Egg, Happy Green, Hamlet, and Kape Maria, who provide both kitchen-use items and off-the-rack products.

Upon entering, we are greeted by warm smiles from the staff. Being first timers, it took us a long time to order, but they were very patient with us, explaining the menu and how they are prepared. I ended up ordering Pinoy Pesto with Lemongrass Chicken. (Give anything with pesto and I'm a happy camper). Berto tried the Enchanted Burger which is 80% veggies and 20% lean pork meat. They also offer All-heart Burgers (100% puso ng saging) and All-meat Burgers (100% lean pork meat) for purists. Everything on their menu is served with fresh salad; the burgers are served with Kamote Fries while pastas are served with 2 pcs of toasted bread. We also ordered Kesong Puti Sticks as a side dish, and it was absolutely yummy, again with salad on the side.

Wooden Tables and Chairs

Cozy Ambiance

The Counter / Kitchen

Pinoy Pesto with Lemongrass Chicken - P150

Enchanted Burger (served with salad and kamote fries) - P120

Kesong Puti Sticks (served with salad) -P80

We tried the Bayani Brew, their own blend of Iced Tea. They had 2 variants, the Purple Leaf (made from Kamote Tops or talbos ng Kamote) and the Lemongrass and Pandan Iced Tea (made from Tanglad and Pandan). We tried both. I wasn't exactly bowled over by the taste, but of the two I prefer the Lemongrass and Pandan Iced Tea (although the crew said that Purple Leaf was their best seller)

Purple Leaf Iced Tea - P35

Lemongrass and Pandan Iced Tea - P35

Enchanted Cafe (2)
All Filipino Iced Tea served in cute "garapons"

They also sold other items made by communities helped and established by GK or Gawad Kalinga like Journals (Jacinto and Lirio), Pillows and Pillow Cases and Ground Coffee of different flavors.

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Guess what? Food were surprisingly affordable and... delicious!

Berto and Kwala, Happy customers... 


Pancit Habhab

Delicious Pancit Habhab
Special Pancit Habhab

This is our current guilty pleasure, Pancit Habhab bought from our friendly neighborhood panciteria Yuca's Pancit Habhab. Berto and I have passed this restuarant located along JP Rizal, Nangka Marikina City countless of times but never ventured in. One day though, after the Little Girl and I did some errands from the bank nearby, I decided to buy one order of pancit habhab just to satisfy my curiosity as to what it is about. I am a Pancit Bihon fan myself, but I am open to other options.

Also known as Pancit Lucban, Pancit Habhab is actually a very popular street food that originated from Lucban, Quezon. It is rice noodles made with rice flour, stir fried and mixed with vegetables, shrimp and pork. Some even add lechon to make it even more special. The term habhab actually refers to the manner this kind of pancit was intended to be eaten. The noodles is served on a small cut banana leaf which acts as a makeshift plate, then you eat it using only your mouth, without the use of any utensils. Also, instead of the usual calamansi, you sprinkle on some cane vinegar to add to the taste.

The pancit habhab we bought costs P75 for a regular order and P110 for a special order, where they add some lechon liempo. Yummmy! I noted though that our take out order came in an ordinary plastic bag, no banana leaves whatsoever to remind us of how its supposed to be originally served. Other than that, the Pancit Habhab experience was heavenly. One order is good for 2-3 persons and is definitely worth a try. Berto, ever fearful to try anything new, loves it! 

In Lucban Quezon, you can buy some pancit noodles and cook the pancit habhab at home. I'm not sure if you can just use any kind of noodles available here though. Anyway, here is the recipe:


1 pack dried pancit habhab noodles
2 tbsp oil
1 large onion, chopped
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 carrot, julliened
250g snow peas
2 large sayote, cut into bite-size pieces
250g shrimps, shelled
200g pork, cut into small pieces
6-8 cups pork or beef stock
½ cup soy sauce
cane vinegar
fish sauce and black pepper to taste


Heat half of the oil in a wok and sauté half of the onion and garlic until it becomes translucent.
Add snowpeas, carrots and chayote and stir fry fro around a minute.
Pour in ½ cup of stock and simmer for another minute. Remove from wok and set aside.
In the same wok, heat the rest of the oil and sauté the remaininghalf of the onion and garlic until it becomes translucent.
Add pork and let fry until it browns a little.Add shrimp and stir fry until it turns orange.
Pour in 6 cups of stock and soy sauce and wait for it to boil before adding pancit habhab noodles.
Mix until noodles absorbs the stock and becomes soft.
Add more stock until desired softness/doneness is achieved.
Add the stir-fried vegetables you set aside.
Season with fish sauce and pepper to taste.
Serve freshly cooked with a sprinkling of cane vinegar.

Happy cooking!


We Have New Babies.. 2 of Them!

We have two new babies, feline babies! We got two kitties from my aunt. I have been thinking about getting cats from some time now. Blame it on Jessica Zafra and how she talked about her demanding cats. I have always been more of a cat person than a dog person, plus I’ve been dreaming of getting a pet for the little girl so we can teach her caring, compassion and responsibility. Finally, that dream became a reality when we brought the princesses home.

Here is Princess Snow White, or Snowy. She’s a Himalayan Cat. We got her when she was only barely a month old. She was so small and meek.


 This one is Princess Mulan or Myuli. She’s a Persian Cat. She was a bit older than Snowy when we welcomed her to our home, she was two months old. She was more regal, reserved and slow to trust.


Now they are bigger, prettier and more confident. They now feel they own the house.  After a few “accidents” around the house, they are now fully house broken and know how and when to use their litter box. Snowy now prefers to stay on my dad's chest for naps, and my dad, surprisingly allows her! After those chaotic first days, life with our feline princesses has settled down and the little girl has fully embraced her role as big sister to the kitties =)

Our feline babies


Happy Birthday Mama!

Today is my mom's birthday. Too bad Berto and I had a prior commitment we had to attend to, otherwise we would've probably visited my mom at the cemetery. It has been 14 years since she has passed on and I do miss her terribly.

Grief for a parent's death is a funny thing. It never ever really goes away. It may be lessened by a few notches every year... But it is still there.

Maybe I'll take along Berto and the little girl tomorrow and pay her a visit, maybe even sing her a birthday song... But not before I whisper a sad and heartfelt "I miss you".


We did get to go. The whole family spent a few minutes at the Paraiso Memorial Park. We wanted to light candles for mama but the winds kept blowing it. We joked that it was mama mistaking the candles for birthday candles and she was excited to blow them all off.. We stayed there long enough to pray the rosary then just as we finished it started to rain! Mama's way of saying she misses us too?  =)


Caffe Ti-Amo

Peppermint Iced Tea

Earlier today, I went out for lunch. No, I didn’t eat out or meet anyone for lunch, I just felt the urge to leave the office and walk around for a while. I found myself walking along Paseo De Roxas. The sun wasn’t out but it was humid. I got to Paseo Center with sweat dripping from embarrassing parts of my body.

I felt so thirsty that I remembered one of my favorite iced teas ever, the peppermint iced tea of Caffe Ti-amo in Greenbelt. It is refreshing and cool! It is actually a hot herbal tea, but you can request to put it on ice.  

I used to frequent that café a lot back when Berto’s office was right at the rooftop. I haven’t been back for months! Maybe I can talk Berto into taking me to the movies in Greenbelt one of these days, then a quick stopover at Caffe Ti-amo would definitely be a must. =)



A few weeks ago, little girl and I were left alone in our house. Berto had some errands to run, L and N had also had engagements of their own. This left Little Girl and me and a house full of pets. I have never been a pet person. I take it from my own mom. We are not really cruel to animals, we are just not too into them. Save for a cat in my childhood (a dirty-yellow stray tabby whom I named Nugget, because of his golden color) I can't remember loving any other pet. Ooops I stand corrected. We do have 2 new cats in our home  and I love them, but that's another story!

Our family has always had dogs. Being a typical Filipino family, we have always employed "Bantay" to guard our home. My sister and dad are the animal lovers in the family. I love them only to play with them while they are still puppies, but don't expect me to care for them... nuh-uh.

Somehow dogs seem to dislike me as much as dislike them. Our current dog Chili actually hides her tail between her legs and whines whenever she sees me, and I swear I've never hurt her ever! So imagine her desperation when one day she found herself under MY care! (evil laugh!)

Anyway, here's how she looked like all day, all forlorn. Keeping constant watch at the gate for L and N to come home...

Lonely Chili Dog


Missing in Action... and Stressed Out

It has been a couple of month since I posted a blog entry. I have been suffering from another of my recurring attacks of writer's block and imtoobusynitis... Work and business are taking so much of my time, plus we've switched nannies so fast these past few months that I barely felt their presence in my life.. now, we have no nanny, so nanny duties are divided between Berto and me... and sometimes even Lolo and Ninang are asked to pitch in. Little Girl's school seems in cahoots with the universe in keeping me even more busy with all the homework and projects she has to do...

What keeps me sane though is the thought that independence day is coming soon. What it will bring me and my life is unknown, but I guess it is the unknown and the limitless possibilities it brings is what excites me. After being  in such a safe and predictable environment for the past 15 years, I guess I also deserve a shot at happiness. Now if I can only figure out what to do to achieve that happiness. =)

Meanwhile, Berto is being so supportive about the whole matter. He should be, since I've also supported him in his career shifts... :p

My head is clearing already... Writing really is therapeutic for me!

Hoping to write more soon.


Little Quiapo: Home of The Best Halo-halo and Pancit Palabok

Looking for pinoy comfort food cooked homemade style that’s easy on the budget? We discovered this quaint restaurant tucked in the center of the busy city.

One scorching day, Berto and I decided to go out for some snacks. It was just too hot inside the house! We wanted something cold and the first thing that came to mind was the good old Filipino treat, the Halo-halo. It is basically shaved ice, evaporated milk, various fruits and beans, leche flan, macapuno and as an optional treat, a scoop of ice cream on top. We usually go for Goldilocks (Kwala’s favorite) or Chowking (Berto’s favorite). We also like Razon’s. But this time, we decided to try one of the recommended restaurants the Spot.ph Top 10 Everything Food List (the ultimate guide to good food in metro manila), a quaint little restaurant called Little Quiapo. Located along Malakas St. in Diliman Quezon City (at the back of the SSS office), Little Quiapo is a restaurant owned by the Bartolome Family and has been around for quite some time. Founded in 1949, there have been several branches established around the metro, but back in the day, the best place to get refreshing halo halo would be the Little Quiapo along Espana Ave in Sampaloc Manila.
Back to the present, we had no problem parking our car since the resto had parking space enough for several cars. I doubt though, if the parking area can accommodate all the hungry patrons during peak hours, I imagine some cars spilling along the street.

When we entered the restaurant, I instantly felt the homey vibe of the place. It felt like visiting your Lola’s house for Sunday lunch or merienda. They showcased native and wooden décor, adding to that feeling of entering typical Filipino home. Tables and chairs were simple, no pretensions at all.

We arrived during merienda time, so there weren’t a lot of people eating, but people came in and out in a steady stream. You can tell most of them are regular customers already since they don’t even glance at the menu, they know what they like and they just order immediately.

We ordered the famous halo-halo and pancit palabok combo. Pancit palabok (P83) was served first. At first glance, the serving looked small. I honestly thought I wouldn’t be satisfied, but by the time I finished it, plus my halo-halo, I was literally bursting! I’m a fan of noodles, any form of pasta or pancit, I like. So I wasn’t really that hard to please. I immediately gave the dish a nod, with its flavorful sauce, plus the generous toppings of shrimp, squid, sliced boiled eggs, garlic and chicharon.

We also ordered the ultimate Fiesta halo-halo (P120) This is halo-halo served in a big container, with the special ingredients. Berto swears the langka, kamote and ube were extra special. As if they were home made, not your usual out-of-the-bottle variety. Honestly, I couldn’t taste the difference. Additional treats were candied sprinkles, choco syrup, a cherry, barquillos and a little umbrella as a garnish. Berto gave it two thumbs up and declared it his number one favorite halo-halo of all time! That’s how much he loved it.

Berto and Kwala verdict: We love the place! You’ll just have to get over the initial smell that greets you when you go in, it’s not really a bad smell, Berto thinks it’s from all the cooking and the smell must’ve attached to the wood or the walls or whatever. It reminded me of my aunt’s old plastic table cloth, the kind that gets smelly with age. Anyway, once you get past the smell, food is wonderful and reasonably priced. Courteous servers (they accommodate your questions but they are not a smiley bunch) Come and visit Little Quiapo… Pinoy comfort food cooked homemade style tucked in the center of the bustling metro.


Last Two Minutes!

I can almost hear the basketball game announcer in my head as he announces the last two minutes.... Last two minutes before the Starbucks Happy Hour Promo officially ends. We arrived in a Starbucks Cafe at around 5:30pm and man was the line long! That was when we found out that the 50% off the Frappuccino promo which started last April officially ends today at exactly 6pm. Berto and I have an excuse, we didn't know that today's the last day. We just felt like drinking coffee. The other guys in line however were there for the promo. We overheard them talking, saying how they ran over from their offices just to beat the 6pm cut-off. Hmmm. That means they're working nearby, and they could've just gone earlier but no, they had to beat the deadline. Typical pinoy? You bet. I've been guilty of this 'last minute' trait too. Oh well.

At 6:10 the baristas burst into a countdown: 5..4..3..2..1! Promo is officially over ( they generously gave a 10 minute allowance for late-comers) Guess what? At around 6:20 two ladies came sauntering in, lazily placed their orders and were shocked to find out that promo is over. Um... 6:20pm ladies...check your watches... If you wanted your Frappuccino at half the price, you should've come earlier, before the buzzer sounded... Sorry no game overtime... Now pay up, full price.


How to Cook Simple Yet Delicious Stir Fried Veggies

Operative word here is simple, since I get too flustered and nervous when I cook. After all, I have growling stomachs waiting for me and my dishes, I just get too pressured. Berto, on the other hand, loves to cook. He hails from a family of good cooks, plus he genuinely enjoys the whole process of planning the dish, buying and preparing the ingredients and finally slaving over the hot stove. A few years into the marriage, we have come to an unspoken agreement that he’d do the cooking while I do the eating…and the customary praising of his good culinary skills.

Earlier today though, out of the blue, I remembered that when Berto and I were first married I used to do all the cooking for him. Since he had no other choice but to consume my cooking or die of hunger, he often told me that my cooking was good. Yes, my Berto loves me so much that he would lie just to make his insecure wife happy! =)

So I decided to cook, for old time’s sake. I resolved to cook something healthy and simple…

Here is my recipe for Delicious Stir Fried Veggies!

By the way, here is my wonderful assistant helping me with my ingredients:

Garlic and Onions
Togue (bean sprouts)
Carrots (strips)
Cabbage (strips)
Bell Pepper (strips)
*sometimes groceries sell sliced mixed veggies. Make sure to keep an eye out for spoiled parts. Clean carefully.
Pork Meat
Sesame Seeds
Sesame Oil
Salt, Sugar and Ground Pepper to taste

Clean vegetables thoroughly. Heat a non-stick pan and put in the sesame seeds. Shake the pan occasionally. Remove the seeds when they darken and become fragrant. Next, sauté the garlic and onion until onion becomes translucent. 

Put in the meat and stir until it changes color. Season with salt and pepper. Once meat is tender, the mix in the vegetables. 

Stir and add a generous amount of sesame seed oil. It makes the dish so fragrant! Season with sugar, pepper and salt according to your taste. 

Turn off the heat and serve in a bowl. Sprinkle the toasted sesame seeds on the vegetables. This is both for presentation and for taste. Voila! All that took less than 30 minutes!

It was delicious! No lie there, haha after all, one has to love her own!  I am encouraged to give cooking one more try. Maybe next weekend! 

Give this simple stir fry dish a try and let me know how it goes!


Our 11th Anniversary at Yakimix!

Berto and I celebrated our 11th anniversary by doing something we both love very much, EAT! We went to Yakimix in SM Masinag. We have seen this restaurant before when we’d go to that mall, but we never went in, we figured that once you’ve been to an eat-all-you-can buffet, you’ve seen them all. Believe me, we’ve had our share of buffet binges in our time. These love handles didn’t just appear out of nowhere.  For our anniversary however, we thought eating in Jollibee or KFC seems too simple, so we decided to give Yakimix a shot.

When we entered this resto, we were quite impressed with its interiors. It was very elegant, you’d think it was a fine dining restaurant. This restaurant boasts of Japanese, Cantonese and Korean fares. You might want to plan before you go because you wouldn’t want to find it closed. Lunch is served from 11:00am to 2:30pm everyday, while dinner starts from 5:30pm to 10:30pm. Lunch buffet costs P499 on weekdays and P580 on weekends. For children below four feet, they can get in at a lower P380 per head. Bottomless drinks cost an additional P65. We were there early so we didn’t have any trouble getting a booth, but I  hear people need to wait for some time before they can get seated. Rest assured though that the wait is surely worth it.

Berto is the official cook in our family and inside Yakimix is no different.  He happily went off loading our plates with seafoods and meats of various kinds. I went off to the Japanese table and loaded on different kinds of maki and sushi. I never would’ve imagined there would be so many kinds! Berto got us some beef sukiyaki too. It was delicious! We started cooking while snacking on some maki. It’s true what they said, the grills are smokeless! They have some sort of fan that sucked in the smoke away from the diners.



By the way, for those who do not have the interest or patience to cook, there are cooked dishes for you guys too like tempura, mussels and broccoli & cheese. 

Don’t forget to leave room for dessert, you can eat all you can too! We just had ice cream, my stomach just couldn’t accommodate anything heavier!

Berto and Kwala verdict: We loved the great variety of food choices, there are so many! Food were tasty and the grill was non-stick so no need to use cubes and cubes of butter. Staff are courteous and helpful. While we were there, someone was celebrating her birthday and the staff came out complete with tamborines singing the birthday song. It was all good fun except not a single one of them was smiling! Tsk tsk! Seems they just wanted to get it over with.  I really loved the smokeless grill! You can have a heavy lunch here and go back to work not smelling like a kitchen crew! 

We had a great time there, it is a good place to bring your family for some good old bonding over food and laughter. 

Visit YakiMIX at:

Greenbelt 3
3/F Greenbelt 3, Makati City (Besides Red Box)
(02) 998-8039 / 475-5153 to 54
Open everyday from 11:00am ~ 2:00pm and 5:30pm ~ 11:00pm           
Tomas Morato
Tomas Morato, Quezon City
{02) 332-8073 / 393-9100
Open everyday from 11:00am ~ 2:00pm and 6:00pm ~ 11:00pm         
SM Mall of Asia
G/F SM Mall of Asia, Entertainment Mall
(02) 836-1535 to 37         
SM City Masinag
G/F, SM City Masinag, Marcos Highway, Brgy. Mayamot, Antipolo City, Rizal
(02) 781-4182             
Trinoma Mall
4/F Trinoma Mall, EDSA cor. North Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila
(02) 861-1718                                                                                                              

The Podium
5/F, The Podium, 18 ADB Ave., Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila
(02) 634-0302

Diosdado Macapagal
BC25, Hobbies of Asia, Diosdado Macapagal Blvd., Pasay City
(02) 387-8120    

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