Monday, June 23, 2008

Plugging #1

Dear Me,

Since I delve into a lot of activities and interests such as travelling, mountaineering, photography, poetry and literature, books stuff, food and exhibitions, films, events and other sports, I am thinking of doing regular postings so as to keep track of these things in my calendar. Other postings will include family, parenting and baby-related stuff.

And in case anyone bumped on this, check them out.

High Chair Poetry Reading

The reading will be highlighted by poems from "Parang" by Mesandel Virtusio Arguelles and "elsewhere held and lingered" by Conchitina Cruz, both forthcoming collections, and "How Sound Becomes A Name" by Marc Gaba.

When: 27 June 2008, Friday at 6:00 p.m
Where: Libros Filipinos Bookshop of the Filipinas Heritage Library at Makati Avenue, Makati City.
Remarks: Limited seating. For inquiries, please call 892-1801, look for Ciela.

Discover Scuba Diving

One-Day Trip Only

* Give it a try, diving can change your life
* World's most popular introduction to scuba diving
* Discover Scuba Diving skills may be credited toward the PADI Open Water Diver certification
* Average dive depth is 6 metres/20 feet (12 metres/40 feet is the maximum depth)
* Most Discover Scuba Diving experiences take just 30 mins
* No equipment necessary - everything's provided except you supply the smiles

PADI Certified Instructors:
Brett S. Garcia PADI# 474406
Dale S. Garcia PADI# 474405

When: July 05, 2008
Where: Dive7000 Resort in Anilao, Batangas
Remarks: Day Trip Budget: PhP2,550.00 (inclusive of: DSD Fee, Air, Tank Rental, Resort Fee, Transportation). For further information: /, 09209676744 / 09163632238

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