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Aeternum Garden Columbary Park : Live Well, Leave Well.

Miguel and I have invested in several memorial plans few years back. In fact, one of our plans helped us when his mom passed away recently. We didn’t have to look for a decent chapel who’ll accommodate us. The best part is – it only took a single call to our agent and everything was taken care of.
My mother-in-law’s wish was for her body to be cremated once she is no longer with us.
I must admit, looking for a Columbary Park is tedious. We had to check out everything. From then, we learned our lesson. We realized that we’re not that prepared enough to “leave”.

I wish we knew about the country’s first true garden columbary beforehand. Aeternum Garden boasts its grandiose and inviting facilities such lush greenery, waterfall, and manmade lagoon. 

In an exclusive event for bloggers, Jn Vincent Mercado, President of The Fort Park Estate Inc. who introduced “Aeternum” [Aeternum is a Latin word which means Eternity]: The Park Estate Columbary discussed how they stumble upon the idea of putting up Aeternum Garden. He and his family received an offer before from the local city government to buy the property which then was just a piece of land. It was bought, developed and now became the country’s first true garden columbary. “Living the life you want is very important but you need to live it well without harming other people.” This is one of the inspiring lines from Vincent Mercado which people need to live by.

Allow us to give you a virtual tour of Aeternum Garden Columbary Park.

Chapel. Aeternum Garden has a viewing chapel inside the 5-hectare land of The Fort Park Estate Inc. Family and friends can gather here to reminisce the good times that they shared with their loved ones.

Cremation. Back to the pre-historic times, people from Rome, Italy called Etruscans give honour to their loved ones by cremating them believing that fire would purify their loved ones for eternity. After the cremation service, the matriarch of the family would gather the ashes of her loved one and place them in an urn and was kept in a sacred place – the columbarium. 

Columbarium. Aeternum Garden which is a unique and floral-inspired structure symbolizes the love of the family to the departed ones. The garden setting is a sanctuary of memories and a haven of comfort for those who were left behind. At night, you will an amazing view of the columbarium as the lighting is randomly changing its colors. Classy. Flexible. Grandiose. Majestic. Serene. These are the words to describe Aeternum Garden. If you are wondering if the rates are too expensive, need not to worry as Aeternum offers its clients flexible payment options.

We all deserve a place on Earth like heaven. You live well. You leave well. 

Aeternum Garden Columbary is located at Park C5 corner Bayani Road Heritage Park Area 2 Taguig.
Tel: (02) 401 1303
Website: http://www.aeternumcolumbary.com/
Facebook : Aeternum Columbary
Twitter: @AeternumGarden
Instagram: @AeternumGarden

Migs and Alaine

#NationalCoffeeDayPH (Press Release)

Essential Brands Group South East
Asia (EBG SEA) is all set to celebrate National Coffee Day on October 21, 2014
at their main office in Shaw Blvd. Mandaluyong. 
The celebration will be made in a simple but meaningful manner and
includes a Free Coffee Morning, An Amazing Coffee Story contest and a Bloggers
Forum in the afternoon.

National Coffee Day 2014
celebration coincides with the Coffee Festival being held in Batangas.  The first national celebration is being eyed
this year through this simple awareness campaign.  The aim of the celebration is to highlight
the importance of coffee and the significance of coffee in the Philippines with
the country being one of the first major producers and exporters of coffee.
Filipinos generally loves coffee
and is a part of their everyday life.  It
is in fact part of the Filipino culture but was not acknowledge in such
prominence.  Though the Philippines is no
longer at the top of the coffee production and exportation, it remains to be
one of the country who loves coffee the most.
What to expect on October 21?
– As we celebrate National Coffee free coffee day, an appreciation
for those who love coffee will be celebrated through a free coffee morning for
the first 50 individuals who will sign-up and join EBG SEA’s Coffee Lovers
Amazing #CoffeeStory
– there is also an ongoing contest from October 10 to
October 18 which asks people nationwide to share their amazing and memorable
coffee story.  The story can be about anything
as long as you relate it to coffee and include a photo with coffee.  Send your entries to nationalcoffeedayph@gmail.com.

The best story
will win a brand new coffee maker while the top five stories will each receive
a special commemorative National Coffee Day item plus a chance to be one of
their brand ambassadors.

– later in the afternoon there will be an exclusive forum for
bloggers to discuss about coffee and other topics. This is an invite only
Essential Brands Group SEA is
calling on every Filipino to participate and join the event on October 21.  They can even setup their own events and we
will gladly share it as well.  Netizens
can use the official event hashtag of #NationalCoffeeDayPH.
For more information on the event
you can visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ebgsea
and Twitter account at www.twitter.com/ebgsea.
Essential Brands Group Southeast
Asia (EBG SEA) is the food division of Mustard Seed Systems Corporation, a
major provider of office systems and solutions in the Philippines with a wide
technical support network covering all of the country’s three major regions,
Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market

Do you have passion for food or does your product(s) fall within the following categories?

Unique finds
Bespoke items
Arts & Crafts
Pop-up shops

Then, you should be part of The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market, happening in CommerCenter, Alabang this October to December 2014.

All applications will be screened and approved by The Urban Food Collective Team.

Note that they have limited number of booths so we suggest that you submit your applications as soon as you can.

Here is the official press release for this event.

The Urban Food Collective (TUFC) understands that food brings people together, that food is at the center of some of life’s best moments. Its vision is to be the premiere food community in the country.

Current, informative, and educational, TUFC aims to be the food hub where people can share their passion for gastronomy.  TUFC’s online community will feature everything food – articles and recipes, exciting deals featuring the country’s best culinary fare, and “The Urban Food Collective Marketplace” which will retail unique food items and implements. To bring the online community even closer together, TUFC will champion various food lifestyle events, where foodies can meet and indulge in their passion for unique flavors and gustatory delights. 

What’s love for food when you have no one to share it with? Let The Urban Food Collective be your community for food. Stay hungry for the good things in life. 

The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market is a carefully curated collection of purveyors. Located in CommerCenter, Alabang’s newest lifestyle mall, it is a place where people can comfortably gather, browse, and shop. It will be a venue for patrons to find a bevy of treasures from gourmet, specialty foods to local, artisanal arts and crafts. The Weekend Market’s activities and pocket events will give them the opportunity to learn new things or simply engage with the community. 

For purveyors, it will be an opportunity to showcase their goods to a truly discerning crowd, while providing them with a gateway to other business opportunities with The Urban Food Collective.  Also recognizing its responsibility to society, The Urban Food Collective will donate a portion of the proceeds from the Weekend Market to the Taguyod Bayan foundation, helping rebuild communities affected by typhoon Haiyan in Sara Iloilo.

See you at the market! Where you can find good food, good things, and goodwill.

Check out The Urban Collective social media accounts and official website for more details.

Instagram: @tufcph
Twitter: @tufcph

You can also reach them through the following numbers:
Mobile No: +0998.963.7184

Landline: +632.842.1728 

See you at the Market!

Migs and Alaine

Laking Kitchenomics

I am a proud Laking Kitchenomics. As a kid, I read almost everything that is available at home and that includes materials from Del Monte Kitchenomics. I also love watching their segment at Eat Bulaga that I would try to imitate them at home whenever I get the chance to cook with my mom.

Most of our food at home are cooked with Del Monte products. Del Monte pineapple and Del Monte tomato and spaghetti sauce are always included on my mom’s grocery list. 

Are you a Laking Kitchenomics too? If your answer is yes, then you’ll love what I am about to share.

In celebration of Kitchenomics 30th Anniversary, Del Monte has prepared a whole day nationwide simultaneous mall based event in Manila, Cebu and Davao.
Over 180 moms will participate in the Cook Off activity to cook a total of 365 recipes using Del Monte plus other exciting activities.

I have already signed up! If you want to be a part of Laking Kitchenomics cook-off challenge, kindly send an email to Ms. Ann Quiogue (annquiogue@gmail.com).

Sign up here to get recipes weekly, and get a chance to join exclusive events & promos!

See you there!


Chef Arch’s Lime – Street Food na Pinasosyal

If you’re looking for a unique Filipino dining experience, then Chef Arch’s Lime restaurant is the place to go. This restaurant is situated at a quiet place in San Rafael St., Mandaluyong City, just a few blocks away from Mandaluyong City Hall.
Established in 2007, Chef Arch’s Lime restaurant offers a wide variety of street food with culinary twists.

To start off, we were served with papadums (Indian Style Nachos with Pico de Galo) as we were getting to know our fellow bloggers.
We love how thin and crispy these tacos are. It has this distinct taste that Indian cusine lovers would enjoy.

Although it doesn’t come with a sinamak dip, we tried dipping Balut in redwine sauce to sinamak and it tastes like heaven! These looked like large meatballs in real life. We thought it would be weird to eat dried balut but this dish proved us wrong.

Whoever invented kwek-kwek is such a loser for using orange food color. Lime’s Quail egg tempura looks classy served with Soy Mirin Glaze and sinamak for your satisfaction.

Who loves Ihaw-ihaw? We do! Chef Arch’s Lime’s barbeque platter is to die for. Their sauce is the best we’ve ever tasted. But mind you, these are so yummy that you can eat everything even without sauce.

Mexican Nachos. Guess who almost finished the whole plate!

Worry-free scramble! I remember being scolded by my mom whenever I buy ice scramble after school. Chef Arch made sure that their ice scramble are not only safe to eat but tastes good as it looks.

Because it is our first time to dine at Chef Arch’s Lime, we thought that the restaurant review will end with the Ice Scramble. Well, because it says, “street food na pinasosyal” and we’re already full!

After a couple of minutes, 2 Pizza variants were served. Sadly, we didn’t get to taste the Crispy Isaw Chicharon Pizza but our fellow bloggers said it was good.

the second variant is four cheese pizza with truffles. We love truffles so, we will definitely order this again on our next trip to Chef Arch’s Lime. 

For us, Kesong Puti Stuffed Chicken Breast w/ Mash & Jus is the yummiest or maybe, we are just bias because we love chicken! This is heaven for us.

Well, hello crispy pata lovers! This is a crispy pata twist that you will surely love!

Chef Arch said that they had the pata de-boned then had it stuffed with some yummy embotido. Definitely a dish made with love.

Osso Bucco Kare Kare is our most awaited dish. We’ve heard a lot about this one-of-a-kind kare-kare.

The meat was tender and we love how the veggies were half-cooked but we find the meat a little salty so eating it without the shrimp paste is the way to go.

Last dish was Hot & Spicy Chili Chicken Wings. Could feed a group of two to four depending on your appetite. We love how this dish was perfectly cooked but we hope they make a spicier version too.

Our favorite part! Cake tasting. Believe us when we say that each variant was perfectly done. 

(top to bottom)Flourless Chocnut Cake,Chocolate Sansrival, Chocolate Mint Torte, Salted Caramel Cake

Thank you Chef Arch for inviting us!

We will definitely come back and try more of your dishes.

Chef Arch Lime is located at 160 San Rafael St.Mandaluyong City
(02) 775 5428

Migs and Alaine

Do Good. Look Good. Feel Good.

Our 5 year relationship brought us good memories and a lot of calories!

We both love food but as we grow older, our metabolism slows down. This year, we promised to be more cautious of our diet. Of course, we can’t say no to  some family gatherings or some restaurant reviews but we made a promise that we will start eating healthy at home.

I was privileged to be given the chance to try The Good Box meals for one day. 
Migs and I both have jobs so, preparing healthy dishes at home is a challenge. Good thing, I learned about The Good Box…eating healthy has never been this easy!

It was raining cats and dogs in our area when The Good Box PH called to ask for some directions going to our place. I bet their rider had a hard time looking for our address due to the bad weather. I wanted to cancel the delivery for the rider’s safety and because my shift will start 3 hours from their call. I didn’t have an idea that they deliver food pretty late. But too much for the intro, the following day, I came home and opened their meals and was impressed with their presentation.
They delivered meals with a total of 1200 calories, just enough calories that I need for the whole day.

For breakfast, I had Pesto Scrambled eggs with spinach and avocado, whole wheat toast and a fruit juice. 
Mixing avocado with scrambled eggs is just awesome but I didn’t finish everything. I don’t trust eggs that were already cooked for more that 4 hours (even if it was preheated). I guess, I’ll have to request them to change this meal next time I order from them.


AM snack: Fresh homemade smoothie.

I started making this kind of smoothie at home. It’s refreshing and yummy too.


Lunch: Ginger and Lime chicken.

This meal looks dull but this is the yummiest for me. I love the combination of lime and ginger plus, the chicken is perfectly cooked. I didn’t get to finish the brown rice tho.


PM Snack: Mini Mango crepes.

OK, so this is a reminder that eating crepes is not bad but this should be the standard serving size for me.


Dinner: Pesto Salad with Garlic Pesto and Prawns, Salad (320kcal)

Imagine eating a healthy gourmet type pesto pasta?
I didn’t realize that I failed to take a photo of my last meal.

You can choose between six (6) different calorie menus for everyday of the week: 1200, 1500, 1800, 2100, 2400 and 2700 calories, to help you achieve your goals, whether it be slimming down, maintaining your weight, or trying to gain it. They have an in house nutritionist so you are sure that they count the calories right. 

They also offer Special Meal Programs: South Beach DIet, Diets for Medical Conditions / Special needs and 5-day Juice Cleanse.

I just hope that they also deliver meals during day time so more BPO employees like myself will benefit from it too.

For programs and pricing, please check out The Good Box PH website.

0917-711-1732 / 0925-346-6329

Book your Good box now!


Eat well, live well with Ajinomoto

My sister-in-law came home from Tokyo last week with her daughter and she thought of letting her taste Filipino food like our version of sweet and chili spaghetti.

Because i have stocked Ajinomoto products at home, I volunteered to prepare sweet and spicy spaghetti for her little one. 

The ingredients include ground pork, tomato sauce, hotdogs, salt and pepper to taste and half kilo of pasta (she chose elbow macaroni because her daughter is attracted to it).
Her daughter doesn’t like onions and garlic so instead of cooking it the usual way, I didn’t saute the ingredients. Instead, I boiled the ground pork to a liter of water and added Pork Savor All-in-one seasoning mix until it’s tender. I added hotdogs and mixed the tomato sauce and let it simmer for about 45 minutes with gradual mixing so it won’t stick to my sauce pan. 

Pork Savor All-in-one seasoning mix is made from natural pork meat extract and bone broth, complete with spices and seasonings to bring out the deliciousness of home-cooked dishes
So, you won’t have to worry about any odd taste on your food and it saves you time as well.

Using pork in spaghetti gives you the sweetness that most Filipinos kids love. You can try it with other dishes too!

Do you have picky-eaters at home? We’d love to know how you prepare your dishes for them. 

Happy eating!

Migs and Alaine

Savor the deliciousness of the new Porksavor

Filipinos love food with strong meaty flavors, which is why saucy, soupy or stir-fried dishes would usually be accentuated with pork meat or broth. It is for this reason that Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation (APC) came up with a new product called PorksavorTM All-in-One Seasoning. 

PorksavorTM is made from natural pork meat extract and bone broth, complete with spices and seasonings to bring out the deliciousness of home-cooked dishes. The new PorksavorTM is available in 8-gram packs for only PhP 2.00 Suggested Retail Price (SRP). It is truly an affordable way to draw pork flavor goodness in dishes without the cholesterol. 

Here are some appetizing recipes that you can try using PorksavorTM All-in-One Seasoning:

Bihon Guisado


2 tablespoons cooking oil

1 tablespoon chopped garlic

1⁄4 cup sliced onions

60 grams sliced pork liempo

11⁄2 cups water

2 tablespoons soy sauce

125 grams Super Q Bihon

1⁄2 cup carrot strips

1⁄2 cup sayote strips

1 pack, 8 grams PorksavorTM

1 cup shredded cabbage


1. In a bowl, soak bihon in water for 15-20 minutes. Strain and set aside.

2. Heat oil in a pan, sauté garlic, onions and pork for 1 minute over low heat.

3. Add water and soy sauce. Bring to a boil and add soaked pancit bihon. Mix well. 

4. Add carrots and sayote, stir-fry in medium heat for 2 minutes.

5. Season with PorksavorTM and mix well.

6. Add cabbage and mix until cooked.

7. Serve hot.

Calories 240, Carbohydrates 31g, Protein 5g, Fat 11g

Makes 3-4 servings

Dish Cost: PhP 79.00

Cost per serving: PhP 19.75

Bihon Soup



1.5 liters water

3 packs, 8 grams PorksavorTM 

125 grams Super Q Bihon


12 grams toasted chopped garlic

60 grams sliced carrot strips

60 grams thinly sliced cabbage strips

10 grams chopped spring onions

15 grams sliced red onions

30 grams ground pork sautéed in oil

10 grams crushed chicharon to garnish


1. Prepare the broth by boiling 1.5 liters of water seasoned with 3 packs of PorksavorTM.

2. In a bowl, soak the bihon until it is covered with water for 15-20 minutes. Strain and separate the noodles and set aside.

3. Combine the hot broth and the bihon noodles in your serving bowl.

4. Top the soup with the prepared meat and vegetables. You may adjust the quantity of toppings as desired.

5. Serve hot.

Suggestions: You may replace toasted garlic with 1 tablespoon of ginger cut in strips or add drops of sesame oil.

Calories 150, Carbohydrates 23g, Protein 4g, Fat 5g

Makes 5 servings

Dish Cost: PhP 60.00

Cost per serving: PhP 12.00


Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation (APC) is an affiliate of Tokyo-based Ajinomoto Co., Inc. Established in 1958, APC lives by its promise to provide consumers products that will always give the delicious taste to healthy and nutritious meals as embodied in APC’s slogan Ajinomoto® “Eat Well, Live Well.®” 

APC’s complete line of quality food and seasoning products are produced by international affiliates and local toll manufacturers using Ajinomoto’s license, quality standards and technological expertise. APC’s products include AJINO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning, Ajinomoto® Brand Ginisa Flavor Seasoning Mix, 

Ajinomoto® Brand Chicken Powder, PORKSAVORTM All-in-One Seasoning Mix, CRISPY FRY® Breading 

Mix, CRISPY FRY® Seasoned Crumbs, TASTY BOY® All Purpose Breading Mix, AJI-SHIO® Seasoning Mix, 

Ajinomoto® Brand Sinigang and FRES-C® Concentrated Powdered Drink Mix.

Wazzup Pilipinas Bloggers Ruled The Airwaves At Vigattin Radio Show

PR. Source: wazzuppilipinas.com

Wazzup Pilipinas!

We have witnessed how tri-media (print, radio and TV) networks have crossed over new media (blogs and social media networks) to share their news. Bloggers have also been doing the same as they now penetrate the mentioned news and entertainment sources. Many bloggers have written for newspapers and magazines and been interviewed and guested on TV and radio shows. It seems blogging has reached a new level as many bloggers are really investing on better ways to share their stories online, and now embracing other mediums to gain access to a wider audience.

Bloggers from the Wazzup Pilipinas community were given the opportunity to guest at theVigattin Radio Show of Radyo Inquirer DZIQ 990 AM last July 12, 2014 during the 10 to 11 am time slot. Thank you to Elison Barcelo, CEO of of Vigattin Inc. and co-anchors Den Macaranas and Arne Bacelo for allowing Ross Del Rosario of Wazzup Pilipinas to bring along other bloggers to share the spotlight. If Ross was all alone there being interviewed, he would have suffered terribly from “mental block,” “stage fright”, and who knows what else. It was great to have fellow bloggers with him as it was more comfortable to talk while they had fun temporary ruling the airwaves that day.

Pepi De Leon of Kampeon Ng Pag-IbigRey Estevez of Boy RaketRonnie Bernardo ofHelicon Projects and of course, Ross Del Rosario of Wazzup Pilipinas were interviewed about their lives as a blogger – how they got started, what influenced them to start blogging, to answer the question “Is there money in blogging,” and other topics circling the blogosphere including an on-the-spot blogging-on-air task given by the radio anchors.

Though they were obviously nervous, except for the “Love Champ” who seemed to be having the time of his life that hour, everyone had lots of fun talking about their experiences as a blogger. The radio anchors were very bright and really knew how to run the radio show so it won’t be boring. They all got to promote their respective blogs to the listeners of the Vigattin radio show. But Pepi was right when he said “Masasapawan ko kayo” before the show started since everyone thought he stood out because of the “kilig” factor of his blog name.

Boy Raket hasn’t slept yet that day but he sure kept us wide awake as we listen well to his crazy antics on air, and who can forget the man behind Helicon Projects who was an epitome of healthy living. Both him and the founder of Wazzup Pilipinas mentioned how Janette Toral, whom they branded as the “Nanay ng mga Bloggers,” influenced them to exert that extra effort to become the best blogger there 


The 10 to 11 am time slot was just too fast for the interviews and indeed time really flies when you’re having lots of fun since the show already reached its last minute but all bloggers felt they still have more things to share. The one hour radio show was just too overwhelming for first-timers but quite invigorating and an awesome opportunity to be heard by your blog followers.

Mars Callo of Your Happy Camper arrived just when the radio show ended but she did made it to the photo ops with the anchors, and a special lunch at Shakey’s sponsored by Mr. Vigattin himself. Everyone enjoyed the pizza, spaghetti, fried chicken and mojos that they shared as they talked further about an upcoming project for the bloggers.

If you must know, the real reason for the guesting was because of a partnership being formed with Vigattin Radio to have a bloggers radio show soon. It will be a radio show ran by bloggers for fellow bloggers who would like  to be given air time exposure to share their stories and adventure in blogging. Bloggers will be given a chance to try their luck on radio hosting. They are encouraging fellow bloggers who are interested to guest in the show to communicate with them and they will schedule the guesting appropriately. 

Professionals from the industry will also be invited to guest so that bloggers will have an opportunity to interact with the people behind the brands that they blog about. For example, they may have a month dedicated to food blogging so experts from the restaurant industry like chefs and restaurant owners will be invited and “grilled” by your favorite foodie bloggers.

The organizers are all asking for everyone’s support in this awesome experience for bloggers to express themselves and be heard on air, and hoping every blogger out there would grab the invitation to become part of this wonderful weekly event to be held every Saturday at Radyo Inquirer DZIQ 990 AM.

The tentative unofficial catchy name already thought about was “e-Blog Mo Na Yan!” that seems to be appropriately good enough since it invites the people who will hear it to try blogging above everything else. Blogs have really made a significant impact worldwide and we know almost everyone is connected already because of the affordability of smartphones and the proliferation of free wi-fi Internet access. 

Nowadays, “If you want your business to be known all throughout the world?” then the right catch phrase would be “e-Blog Mo Na Yan!

So stay tune for more updates as to when the bloggers radio show will officially ran its first broadcast on air, and be sure to stay tuned and glued on your radio as you listen to your favorite bloggers now ruling the airwaves!

Here’s the link to the video during the radio guesting at Vigattin Radio show:

Our Airbnb Travel Bucket List

In a perfect world, we would be travelling every week. Who wouldn’t want to go places to try different cuisines, meet new friends, visit relatives and discover other cultures?

Admit it or not when you travel, the more money that you have on your wallet or the higher your credit limit on your plastics, the better customer service you get.
We’ve always dreamed about travelling without having to worry about our budget or getting a crappy customer service because that will be a nightmare.

We’re glad that we came across this youtube video from Airbnb.

After watching the video, we immediately signed up!

Founded in August of 2008 and based in San Francisco, California, Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations around the world – online or from a mobile phone.
With Airbnb, you can find unique accommodations in people’s homes—from houses and apartments, to tree houses and igloos. 

A home away from home is the kind of vibe that we want whenever we travel.
Viewing all the Airbnb listings that interests us, we’ve come up with a travel bucket list and bookmarked the links of some hosts that we might contact in the future. Well,we considered the price and the reviews from their previous guests.

First on our list is Paris, France.
Lovers in Paris? Why not?!

photo from wikipedia.org

Our Airbnb top pick:

Second is Tokyo, Japan for two reasons – to explore and to visit Miguel’s sister, who lives and works in Tokyo as a pre-school teacher.

photo from wikipedia.org

Our Airbnb top pick:

To complete our list is Mexico…why? Miguel is part-Mexican.

photo form wikipedia.org

Our Airbnb top pick:

There are so many beautiful places that we’d love to visit but we’d like to stick with these three first.

What about you guys? Where do want to go next?
Let Airbnb help you decide (We’d love to read your own version of #MyAirbnbBucketList too!).
Whether an apartment for a night, a castle for a week, or a villa for a month, Airbnb connects people to unique travel experiences, at any price point, in more than 34,000 cities and 192 countries. And with world-class customer service and a growing community of users, Airbnb is the easiest way for people to monetize their extra space and showcase it to an audience of millions.
Not yet convinced?
If you sign-up today through this link www.airbnb.com/c/malejandrino, you will instantly get ₱1,088 Airbnb credit. Plus, by inviting more friends, you’ll get ₱1,088 when they travel and ₱3,264 when they host.
Now,isn’t that a great deal?
Got questions,inquiries or do you want to check Airbnb’s listings? Head over to Airbnb’s website.
Migs and Alaine
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