Only a few stars descended from the heavens at last Monday night’s 29th birthday party of People’s Champ Manny Pacquiao at the Family Country Hotel and Convention Center here in GenSan. Compared to his celebration last year when he was still a Kapamilya, I did not see a single GMA-7 bigwig in attendance this time.
Attended the Street Party at the East Asia Royale Hotel Arcade Parking Lot last night, Saturday, December 15th headlined by the hot sexy all-girl Pinay group MOCHA. It was I guess, ONE of the most attended street parties I have been to this year. Sponsored by Perfecom and SAMSUNG, it definitely raised the bar for the next party events in Gensan.
Even though I did not buy a single thing, I had fun at last night’s Midnight Sale at the KCC Mall of Gensan just people-watching. This quarterly gimmick of Gensan’s largest mall seem to gather the most number of people from all corners of the Socsksargen Area enticed not so much by the promise of […]
The jampacked crowd inside the Lagao Gym watching a recent Spongecola Concert.
WBC super featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao’s invitation to his birthday on December 17, 2007. Pacman will be 29.
Two of the tricycle entries to the “ILAWAN ANG DAAN–Light Up Your Tricycle” Competition of Gen. Santos City’s “PASKO SA GENSAN 2007” Christmas Festival.
A young man smiles beside the post of one of the lighted and dressed-up arches at the Grand Reef aka Oval Plaza which are entries to the Light-An-Arch Competition for the different offices of the local government of Gen. Santos City.
Pioneer Avenue at night. Pioneer Avenue in broad daylight.
The closest I got to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo when she dropped in at the Gen. Santos City International Airport…. …and flew out immediately after in a matter of 20 minutes back to her home beside the Pasig River. Good-bye Madame President!
A portion of the marine-themed Holy Trinity College Pavilion at the Oval Plaza seen from one angle. This plus 3 other schools are competing for the Best Pavilion Award at the Pasko-sa-Gensan 2007 Festival. Theme for this year is “Kulay Pasko ang Dagat ng Buhay” roughly translated as “Christmas is the Color of the Sea […]