A KraZy Christmas Giveaway

Hi Guys!
Christmas is getting nearer and I want to be a Santa(-nas). So I'm give something for yer sweet tooth (perfect for this upcoming holiday). Krazy for Sweets is a relatively new business that offers Dessert and Candy buffet for events such as Christening, Birthday parties, etc. They started the business last year and have already catered various events. They also sell goodies such as cupcakes, candies, tarts, etc. And if you need baking tools/supplies, they also have Sorbets, a pastry/baking tools shop.

What's the prize?
Php 1,000 worth of Krazy For Sweets items (your choice):
  • Smores
  • Brownies
  • Tarts
  • Cookie Cups
  • Choco Crinkles
  • Red Velvet Crinkles
  • etc.

What's the catch?
You just need to do these 4 easy steps:
  • Like Krazy For Sweets and Sorbets facebook fanpage
  • Follow @krazyforsweet, @sorbetspastryandbakingtools and @maria.carla.lu on instagram
  • Follow @misscarlzy on Twitter (https://twitter.com/misscarlzy)
  • Post the following photo on your facebook/instagram account (use the caption below): 

"Get a chance to win Php 1,000.00  worth of sweets or items from Krazy for Sweets!"

Where to get your prize?
You may claim your prize on the following locations and schedules of Krazy for Sweets booth:
  • GT Tower Makati (December 3-4)
    • Food Court, 12th Floor, GT Tower, H.V. Dela Costa Street Corner Ayala Avenue, Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • PBCom Tower Makati (December 7-11)
    • Food Patio, 7th Floor, PBCom Tower, 6795 Ayala Avenue Corner V.A. Rufino Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • Philam Life Tower Makati (December 14-18)
    • Food Arcade, 9th Floor, Philam Life Tower, Paseo de Roxas, Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • Open for Philippine Residents only
  • Only one lucky winner will get the prize
  • Don't forget to submit your entry on the Rafflecopter below
  • Winner will be notified via their Facebook page within 24 hours after the contest 
This is my first giveaway so please support this one. Para next time meron ulit (chos!). Good luck! 

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Hong Kong 2015 - Lantau Island (Giant Buddha and the best Cable Car experience)

2nd part of my Hong Kong travel series. For 1st part click here.

For our second tour, we decided to go to Ngong Ping Village via Cable Car. Prior to this trip, we already bought our tickets online. May expiration date yung tickets so no choice kami kundi pumunta sa Ngong Ping. Pero kapag nga naman minamalas kami, upon checking the weather forecast on Accuweather, there was a thunderstorm. Another rainy day for us. Pero dahil mga pasaway kami at talagang walang makakapigil, go pa rin kami. So we took the MTR and dropped off at the Tung Chung station. 

Pagdating namin sa Cable car station, mahaba na ang pila pero since there was a thunderstorm warning, customers were not able to buy tickets. The cable car operation was closed. Yup, such an unfortunate event for us. We talked to some of the staff, luckily they allowed us to go to the ticket booth for us to have a refund. When we got to the ticket booth, we still asked if we could ride the Cable car. Ang kulit namin noh? haha. May thunderstorm na nga, gusto pa lumarga. The officer in charge said that we could ride the cable car if the thunderstorm signal has been lifted. So we decided to wait and pray that we could ride....

Please kuya officer let us ride the cable car...please:(

Hong Kong 2015 - Ocean Park

This is the 1st part (1/5) of my Hong Kong travel series this year. 

Last August, I went to Hong Kong as a birthday gift to myself. Together with my friend, Shiena and her two office mates, we stayed there from August 13-18. This is a DIY tour and we skipped some of the iconic spots such as Avenue of Stars, Clock Tower, Wax Museum. You might say "WTF, going to Hong Kong without touring those places?!" Err, let's just say that we want there for shopping purposes, I mean most of my companions went there for that purpose. But let's leave it as another story.  

Ocean Park is the first attraction in our itinerary. Compared to Manila Ocean Park, HK's OP is way better and bigger to the point that I wanted to die due to exhaustion (just kidding). Unfortunately, the weather is not good when we went there. Imagine yourself walking in the rain plus no extra t-shirt, it's like you're ready for a cheap drama. We almost looked like basang sisiw throughout the whole day.

Doha, Qatar Travel Notes

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This is the last part of my Doha Travel Series. For the 3rd part please click here.

Souq Waqif
Qatar is already an open country but you must still respect their culture. Did you know that the country only composed of 15% locals? Well I can't believe it too. There are so many foreigners and Pinoys! In our client site there are about more than 10 pinoys working. Anyway, I listed down some notes regarding my travel: 

  • Wear long sleeves and pants for girls. DON'T wear shorts or sleeveless. Well for me this is not a problem because I don't really wear shorts outside. 
  • Avoid taking pictures where the locals are included or you might find yourself in trouble
  • Water is expensive ( I mean yeah it is)
  • If you are alone, don't go to parks during family days
  • Buses are very seldom so your mode of transportation will usually be taxis (they are in color blue ones).
  • There is also cars that operates like taxi (colorum) but they sometimes they don't issue receipts and much expensive than the regular taxi.
  • The minimum fare that I paid for my transportation is around 10QAR
  • If you can, call the locals as "my friend", it works (do this when you ride a taxi). I got this tip from Ate Tin. 

Aspire Park, Doha Qatar

This is the 3rd part of my Doha Travel Series. For the 2nd part please click here.

Aspire park is the largest park in Doha. It is about 88 hectares and great for family picnics, outings, and pictorials. If there is one place  in Doha that I would like to stroll at night, this would be that one. The scenery is perfect for those who want to practice their shooting skills (I mean camera). It is also perfect for friends, couples and alike.  According to my tour guide, you're not allowed to stroll inside the park when you're alone because the park is for families and couples so I don't know how true it is.

Aspire Park 
Visiting the place is best at night, I wouldn't suggest to go here at morning because of the scorching sunlight, unless you wanted to be tanned then go ahead. There is no entrance fee and you can enjoy the view of Aspire tower from here.