Star City

Holiday season is near and Star City in the Philippines is now open. Star City is located beside the CCP (Cultural Center of the Philippines), Roxas Boulevard and PICC (Philippines International Convention Center) in Pasay City. Star City is a place for fun, shopping, amusement and one of the best places to go during the Holiday or Christmas season. There are many stalls for tiangge or tianggians where you can find quality and low cost gifts, clothes, shoes and even everything you want. The best things that people may enjoy in Star City are the rides. Like the double-decked Grand Carousel, Telecombat, Red Baron, Quack-Quack, bump cars, Wacky Worm, Viking Ship, Magic Carpet, Surf Dance, Star Flyer, Wild River, and the Zyklon Loop. There are various attractions like Peter Pan and Neverland, the Dungeon, the Land of the Giants, and Kilabot ng Mummy. Snow World is the newest craze in Star City. Entrance Fees are the following: Entrance Only - Php 60.00; 3 Cheers Ticket - Php 300.00; Ride-All-You-Can (RAYC) - Php 350.00; Lazer Blaster - Php 100.00; Snow World - Php 120.00; 4D Theater Max Rider - Php 120.00; Animal Wonderland - Php 90.00. Come and visit the Star City now !!!

Angelo Reyes

Angelo Reyes was born on March 17, 1945 and died on February 8, 2011. He was a Former Armed Forces chief Angelo Reyes, allegedly received P50 million in “send-off” money when he retired as part of a military tradition going back decades, a former budget officer told a Senate panel on January 27, 2011. Angelo Reyes was the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Chief of Staff from 2000 to 2001 under President Joseph Estrada. Reyes was married to Teresita P. Reyes with whom he has five sons, Pablo, Angelito, Marc, Carlo and Judd. Reyes spent most of his childhood in San Miguel, Manila. He completed his secondary education at the Cubao High School in 1960 where he graduated as the class valedictorian. Reyes started his career in the military as a Team Leader in the Philippine Army Special Forces. Reyes was Philippine Secretary of Interior and Local Government in the administration of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo from 2004 to 2006. Reyes died from a gunshot wound to the chest in an apparent suicide on February 8, 2011 at the Loyola Memorial Park in Marikina City, at his mother’s tomb.

Philippine Festivals

Ati-atihan Festival, Henry Sy, Greenhills Shopping Center, Panagbenga, Dinagyang , Lake Lanao, Hundred Islands, Pinyahan sa Daet, Lanzones, Ibalong, Baguio Attractions, Zamboanga Hermosa, Pe├▒afrancia viva la vigen, Karawasan, National Surfing Festival.