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Showing posts with label lvlygrey. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

My Experience As A Financial Advisor

Beginning of a new Journey

When a friend of mine suggested I apply for a  job posting as a financial advisor, I was hesitant and thought I can never survive the training away from home. 

I tried anyway..
Team Innovation
 The rigorous training, tests and seminars were not easy. I had to take two licensure exams for traditional insurance and for VUL, a requirement by the Insurance Commission of the Philippines to make sure we really know and fully understand what we are getting into. 

Training bestie - Ryan Gerasta
Unexpected Friendships. 

My month-long stay in Makati City was eventful and fun, thanks to my co-trainees who helped in making it possible. They represent the different provinces of our vast country. Our favourite activities were story-telling, learning their dialects, sharing jokes, and food hopping. But more than that, we learned to cooperate and unite despite our differences especially during our test reviews, presentations and team assignments. 

My Branch of Assignment
What now?

Now I have an 8-5 job and helping families achieve their long term financial goals through Variable Universal Life. It's a 3-in-1 product: Life insurance + Health insurance + Investment. As a licensed financial advisor, we help our clients determine which product design would suit them well through what we call needs-based selling. We are required to explain every important detail and make sure our clients have a thorough understanding, especially on the terms and conditions of their policy, before we process their applications and payments for approval. After-sales are pain in the neck though, one that they've never mentioned during our training. Our job can be super toxic, we eat rejection in the morning as a matter of fact. But as they say, anything worth it is never easy anyway. This job would help me pay bills and for now, that is enough for me to survive.

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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Summer in October??

Summer is everyone's favourite season, even in the Philippines where it is sunny almost all year round. We especially reserve that 'summer vibe' for the months of March, April and May. And our main activities? Food trips and going to the beach with family and friends. 

Now we don't have to wait for those months to come, because there's a new cafe in town that will give you a taste of summer even in the month of October. By The Beach Cafe is located on the shore of Nibalew beach in San Fabian, Pangasinan and the nearest land mark is the Coast Guard Sub-station. 

Summer vibes
Water Bikes and Teepees
Blue Lemonade
On top of the beautiful location, By The Beach San Fabian Cafe offers affordable rice meals, snacks and drinks. Here's a menu guide for you under their 'Comfort Food' category:
3 Cheese Pizza - Php90

Pica-pica Sampler - Php200
Salsa & Cheese-Jalapeno Nachos -Php120
Honey-Glazed Chicken Wings - Php175
Chicken Fingers - Php150
Sausage & Chips - Php80
Potato Fritters - Php150
Beefy Dynamites - Php120

Summertime madness
 'Charred Favorites'
Grilled Liempo - Php150
Pork Barbeque - Php150
Chicken Teriyaki - Php150
'All-Day Breakfast'
Bacon, Egg, Rice - Php120
Pork Tocino, Egg, Rice - Php120
Pork Longanisa, Egg, Rice - Php120

Perfect for friends and family
 'Cocktails'
Cuba Libre - Php100
Vodka Lime - Php100
Bubbly Daiquiri - Php100
Whiskey Ginger - Php100
SMB Pale Pilsen - Php75
SMB Light - Php75

Beach + Sunset = Love
 BTB San Fabian Cafe is open Tuesdays-Sundays from 5PM to 11PM. Make sure to bring a camera and charge your phone batteries for photo ops! Watch out for By The Beach Cafe's new offerings and take part in their Halloween Masquerade Party on October 28, 2017, Saturday at 8PM! Don't forget to wear your local spooky mask or head dress to get a chance to win a prize. 

That's all for now folks! So check out my Youtube channel, I also made a short vlog last month. Watch here: 


xoxo

Friday, August 25, 2017

MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND HOW I EDIT MY INSTAGRAM PHOTOS

Back in college, I used to watch Michelle Phan videos all night! Before ZoellaBretman Rock and Michelle Dy - there is Michelle Phan. Like you, I patiently waited for her videos to be uploaded every week. What can I say? I'm just a young girl trying to find a  fun, creative outlet and I found makeup! 

However, as much as I loved watching these makeup tutorials online, I didn't really have the guts to create and film one myself. But hey, it's never too late to do what you love right? Just this week, I've uploaded two makeup videos on my Youtube Channel: HOW I DO MY OFFICE MAKEUP and NO EYESHADOW MAKEUP LOOK. I use natural day light and my phone to record my videos, while our messy receiving area can be seen as the background. It's just a simple setting, really, nothing fancy! 

VSCO + Afterlight Light Leaks Filter
I believe that more than the makeup brands and makeup techniques, viewers want to see TRANSFORMATION. And that's what I am trying to give my audience. It's okay to look human, with flaws and everything. After all, what you are bare-faced is still what you are after a full coverage makeup - only a little more fabulous! I still am very conscious of how I look first thing in the morning, since I don't have the 'WOKE UP LIKE THIS' look that I can brag about. But I realized that what people see when they really look at you is not all the physical aspect. When people look at you, they are reminded of what you help bring in their life. So try to be good to everyone, but most importantly, to yourself.

VSCO + Afterlight Dusty Filter
In this blog entry, as promised, I will also share with you how I edit my Instagram photos. The two photo-editing apps that I use are: Vsco and Afterlight. It's not that easy but it takes time to master it all. Good thing VSCO hacks are all over the internet today! You just have to Google it according to the theme that you want to achieve. Type these sample keywords in Google search bar: "Vsco filter for selfies," "Vsco filter 2017," "Vsco filter themes," "Vsco filter clean," and just follow the specifications for each filter. Voila! // On the other hand, I use Afterlight mostly for vintage-themed photos, frames and photo layers. Check out Light Leaks and Dusty filters! Like VSCO, you can purchase more Afterlight add-ons in the App Store. 

Afterlight Dusty filter (x2)
Maintaining a good Instagram feed is not that simple, sometimes you have to sacrifice photos that are close to your heart because they don't fit your theme. I say, break the rules! Try to up your Instagram game one photo at a time, by making each photo count. As long as you love your photo, a hundred more likes from your followers is just an added bonus. Don't put too much pressure on yourself, just enjoy the process and you will eventually master your craft!


Hope this post inspires you to never stop doing what you love and remind you that it's never too late to start a new hobby or interest. Right now, I'm just genuinely enjoying what I create and I'm filled with so much joy and happiness that I'm able to do this again. 
xoxo 
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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Korean Beauty Products Review [Innisfree]

Everyone is heading to South Korea to visit locations seen in our favourite Korean Dramas, dreamily wandering around in high hopes of meeting a cute guy we can call our "Oppa." We are so smitten by Lee Min Ho, Gong Yoo, Song Joong Ki, Kim Soo Hyun, Kim Woo Bin and many more! We fell in love with their looks, perfect smile, romantic gestures and good humor. But what does it take for these "oppas" to like us back? 

Aside from the increasing number of KDrama and KPop fans, there is also a remarkable sales growth in most South Korean products. As a matter of fact, the world is now so into discovering the fascinating beauty and skin care benefits of Korean beauty products too. From the Laneige lipstick used by Kim Bok Joo in Weightlifting Fairy to the social media frenzy over peel off masks and bubble face masks, we can't deny KDrama and KPop's huge impact on the market and their influence to customer buying behavior. I, myself, have tried Korean beauty products and here are my six favourites from Innisfree:

No Sebum Mineral Powder in limited edition emoji packaging
No Sebum Mineral Powdwer. Description says it absorbs excess sebum and oil to prevent makeup from becoming patchy, while correcting dull skin tone to keep the skin bright and radiant all day. But what is a sebum anyway? Answer: Sebaceous glands are microscopic exocrine glands in the skin that secrete an oily or waxy matter, called sebum, to lubricate and waterproof the skin. [see source: wikipedia]
Why I like it: On lazy days when I don't feel like wearing heavy makeup, I put on my moisturizer, sunscreen with spf50 and this mineral powder for a nice finish. It's like putting on baby powder, it keeps my face from looking oily and makes it look naturally good. No need for foundation!

It's real squeeze mask in Green Tea and Aloe Vera
It's Real Squeeze Face Masks. Product description says it hydrates and recharges skin [...]Three-layered sheet for longer moisturizing and great adherence. Using these products will leave skin feeling smooth, supple, and deeply hydrated.
Why I like it: It comes in different packs and fruit or petal extracts. They have Green Tea, Aloe Vera, Cucumber, Acai Berry, Rose, Rice, Blackberry, Strawberry, Lemon, Pomegranate, etc. But my favorite is It's Real Squeeze face mask sheet in Manuka Honey. It leaves my face feeling so hydrated! I use it on nights when my face feels dry or when I want to rid of my haggard look.

Apple seed lip & eye makeup remover
 Apple seed eye and lip makeup remover. The description says, "Refreshingly and cleanly removes lip and eye makeup without leaving the skin greasy or oily. Apple seed oil rich in moisture and nutrients protects delicate skin from any irritation after point makeup removal. Formulation with 5-Free system - Free of 5 harmful additives such as mineral oil, synthetic colorants, animal ingredients, sulfate-based surfactants and fragrance."
Why I like it: We have thinner skin around the eyes and lips, that's why we need a more delicate makeup remover for these areas. Some makeup remover that I've tried are harsh on the skin, making my skin feel prickly and red. But this product made removing eye makeup an ease, I highly recommend this.

Olive oil real cleansing tissue 30 sheets
 Olive Oil real cleansing wipes. Product description says, "A deep-hydration cleansing tissue made with organic golden olives. Contains antioxidants, olives, and vitamins. Cleanses and moisturizes with just a wipe."
Why I like it: I now realized that oil-based makeup remover is more effective than the others. After a long, tiring day.. all we wanted to do is remove our makeup immediately and wash our face. But, I don't recommend using makeup remover wipes all the time. You must always follow a thorough face cleansing routine every night.

Eco fruit lip tint in Cherry shade
 Eco fruit lip tint. Product description says it contains raspberry extract giving the lips a bright, lively color. Free from: talc, silicon, and mineral oil. Apply some tint to the tip and gently tap the inside of your lips.
Why I like it: One can easily recognize how Koreans put lipstick. It's like a gradient style, a light shade on the outer lip and darker shade on the inner lip. It's like the natural lip tint you get from drinking red wine or eating a bunch of cherries. Innisfree Eco Fruit Lip Tint is the perfect lip tint for it! I like it because it's easy to use once you master the art of putting lippie the Korean way. Plus you can taste the cherry flavor! I sometimes dab it on my cheek too, spread it out with my fingers and wait for it to dry. It looks so natural!

Jeju volcanic blackout out balm - minimizing pores

Jeju Volcanic Blackhead out Balm. Product description says it clears the nose free of blackheads. The balm melts as you roll it onto the skin, and dissolves the blackheads, clearing your skin. [...] Before cleansing, apply an appropriate amount onto where blackheads are concentrated. Use fingertips to massage for 3~5 minutes and use cleansing foam or lukewarm water to rinse off afterwards.
Why I like it: Well, instead of using blackhead strip -that may also be damaging your skin and is making the pores even bigger- Innisfree blackhead out balm dissolves the blackheads and minimizes the pores. While you can't always use removing strips for  those irritating blackheads, you can use this balm on a daily basis. I highly recommend this, please be patient for the result.

Here is a bonus video from Innisfree featuring my oppa and Innisfree brand ambassador Lee Min Ho!!!


While we all know that people have different skin types, I swear by these Innisfree products and I highly recommend these because it totally worked for me. And I know the feeling of all die-hard fans of KDrama and KPop groups.. I would probably also do anything - even use Korean beauty products- to look a bit like Park Shin-Hye or Song Hye Kyo or Jun Ji Hyun or Lee Sung Kyung!!! BTW, my boyfriend says I could pass as Shin Min-a!! Haha! Please!!

 Know another good Korean beauty product? Comment below!
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P.S. check out my online shop Gwi-Yeo-Wo PH >Facebook Page< based in Pangasinan, best buy Korean Beauty & Skin Care Products.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Where To Eat in Dagupan: Gino's Sisig

What is all these buzz about Gino’s Sisig Dagupan? Is it the Lechon de Cebu? The affordable price? Location? Or - all of the above? Find out here as I get to have a one-on-one interview with the man behind this successful food business!

Lechon De Cebu. It was March 2009 when the then 22-year old Gino Largo first came to Dagupan City from Cebu. His job as a sales representative of one of the industry’s most respected milk brands already brought him to many places in the country. He did well during his first few months stay here in Dagupan, but like everyone who’s been away from home for too long, he was already getting homesick. To ease the pain, he searched for restaurants that serve Cebu Lechon. He tried and searched again, but to his dismay, nothing seemed to satisfy his authentic taste. That’s when the idea to put up his own lechon business was conceived, and on December 2009  “Grill Hauz” was introduced to all Dagupenos.

Gino's Sisig logo - Home of the first lechon belly de cebu in Northern Luzon.
According to him, #GinosLechon recipe came from his father  - Mr. Rodney Largo. However, it never crossed his mind that he will someday be successful in the same line of business.

“When I was in college, my dad had a lechon business in Cebu. I was never interested in it, but I know all the ingredients and the prep procedures because I watch the workers do it every single day.” He added. 
But what makes their Lechon De Cebu authentic? 

“There are ingredients that only come from Cebu City, sent via courier or I, myself, bring from there.” He answered. “And we are very proud to be the first authentic Lechon Belly De Cebu in North Luzon.”

Photo by idol Jojo Tamayo during the grand opening of Tramo Food Hub.
I also learned that even the head cooks are imports from Cebu and are pure Cebuanos themselves. Today, Gino’s Sisig has two branches in Dagupan City alone. One at Perez Boulevard in front of Victory Liner bus terminal and the other is doing an outstanding sales performance at Tramo Food Hub. During the next years to come we will see Gino’s Sisig branches inside malls in Northern Luzon, and very soon in Quezon City.

Dealing with Business Competition. When Gino had stayed long enough in Luzon, he said he realized that clearly - not everyone can afford to have lechon on their dinner tables.  Saved for special occasions only, lechon is rare to many Filipino households.
A closer look! Check out their Facebook page here. 
 “This is why I decided to make our meals more affordable to everyone. [Because ] I want them to try the best-tasting cebu lechon without having to buy more than what they can consume and afford.” Gino stated. “Now, there is no need for a special occasion to enjoy lechon!”

A single meal order of lechon belly with rice costs Php89 only. Can you believe it? Plus you get to experience eating kamayan style! It’s what makes the eating experience more fun in Gino’s Sisig Tramo. Gino affirms that this definitely is not just a marketing strategy and it doesn’t apply within a promo period.

"The best Lechon de Cebu I've tasted so far." -Mayor Belen Fernandez, Mayor of Dagupan City.
According to Gino: "Competition is only tough when your vision is unclear and if you’re only working for yourself."
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Part 2 of this interview will be up next.
Cheers!

Friday, January 13, 2017

A Day With Team What's Up Dagupan

Hashtag squad goals!

We always hear this phrase whenever we see group of friends accomplishing something rad, or anything worth the envy. Like traveling outside the country together, finishing college together, or just basically doing things you all enjoy with just one goal in mind. For me and my team, FOOD IS LIFE!! And photography, and coffee, and social media too! We are the team behind What’s Up Dagupan, spearheaded by Simon Vistro. What’s Up Dagupan chronicles what’s hip and hot in Dagupan City. It is a compendium of the news, events, culture, food, arts, language and music of Region 1’s “Pandaragupan” or gathering place, the Longest Grill World Record Beaker and the Bangus Capital of the World – Dagupan City!

So what does it feel like going out with the team?

From left to right: Mike Fernandez, Simon Vistro, Grey, Jec Mabasa. Photo by Jojo Estrada Tamayo.

Last Saturday, we were invited to attend the soft opening of Gloria Maris Restaurant here in Dagupan City. The restaurant had a major revamp and it’s worth the five-month wait. Love the interiors especially the lighting, perfect for taking a selfie. They also added new dishes to their menu and we tried them all. Did you know that they now have pumpkin soup for appetizer? Okay, I admit that I didn’t want to try it at first as I’m not a big fan of the veggie. But to my surprise, the pumpkin soup even tasted better than the usual corn and mushroom. The tiny bits of seafood in it added a twist!

Spinach Tofu. Photo by Mike Fernandez

Then they served Spinach Tofu, which became an instant favorite of the group. Then came the super tender Shanghai Beef, Sweet Fire Chicken and Yang Chow Rice. But what excited me the most? The delectable Salted Egg Prawns! We see and hear salted eggs mixed with almost everything and turned into almost anything. Like Irvin’s salted egg potato chips and Fryday’s chicken wings with salted egg. But the Salted Egg Prawns by Gloria Maris Dagupan still tops my list. Just thinking of it makes my mouth water and my tummy growl. We took lots of photos of course, we want to be the first ones to share it with our friends. I took videos though, for my new baby VLOG on Youtube.

The new Gloria Maris Restaurant Dagupan City. Photo by Jojo Estrada Tamayo

After our lunch, the boys had a relaxing spa session at Luxus Spa while I do some errands. We met again for dinner at Papi’s Grill – the first eat-all-you-can grill in Dagupan.

UnliKalot at Papi's Grill

So wait there’s more! After our dinner, Mamu and Papu invited us to join them at the newly-opened Bo’sCoffee located along Jose De Venecia road C5 extension. Yes, the Bo’s Coffee of Manila is now in Pangasinan! Sir Simon and I tried Artisanal Choco drink, it’s made from pure cacao and it’s so tasty. We also had carrot cakes and s’mores brownie. I can’t wait for you to watch the whole video on my vlog!

Thank you Mamu and Papu for the coffee and cakes! (Bo's Coffee)

A day with #TeamWhatsUp is a day to remember! We did everything we loved doing, it was a care-free, stress-free kind of day. Follow our adventures on Facebook and Instagram! I can’t wait for our next trip, so lucky to be a part of this group promoting the city and the entire province one post at a time!
P.S. We miss you Senyorita Myx!
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Friday, January 6, 2017

Where To Eat In Dagupan City: Tramo Food Hub

Where to eat in Dagupan City?

Welcome to the Bangus Capital of the world! While there is no doubt about how good and fresh the bangus are here, one still tends to ask, ‘Where to eat in Dagupan?’ This city’s gastronomic tourism has improved over the years and innovation is the only way up! There are lots of local restaurants where you can find yourself salivating and wow-ing on food taste and presentation. But if you haven’t quite decided yet, I suggest you drop by the new Tramo Food Hub just in front of Pantranco bus terminal along M.H. Del Pilar Street, Dagupan City. 

Inspired by Baguio’s Ketchup Food Community, Tramo Food Hub offers wide variety of food and drinks to choose from. They have 16 food stalls in total, each serving up unique dishes. You can add twists but never the same dish, that’s number one rule!

Tramo from the word 'tram' - a rail vehicle. The location used to be one of the train stops of PNR (Philippine National Railway) back in 1970s.
For first time visitors, I personally suggest that you guys try Gino’s Sisig. For 79 pesos, you can have chicken / pork sisig, chicken inasal, lechon belly, and lechon manok – with two cups of rice each meal! Yep, sulit! And did I mention that you get to experience to eat using your hands? Filipino-Cebuano style!

I would also like to recommend Res.to J One’s best seller – Sinigang na Kalabaw! That’s sour soup with carabeef in English, ain’t it? Or nah? Haha! Anyway, you should try it for 200 pesos - good for sharing. Res.to J One also added a twist on the classic Pigar-pigar of Mangaldan and Dagupan. I am guessing they sprinkled a bit of cumin powder in it? Ahhh, must-try!

Early bird! Haha
Speaking of classics, Beats by Kuya Max offers bangus sisig and bistek max for 90 pesos each meal. Plus batchoy and lugaw (porridge)!

Kanto Boy is where you’ll find classic Filipino street foods: isaw, hotdog, pork barbeque, tenga ng baboy, kwek-kwek etc. at a price range of 8-30 pesos only!

If you’re seeking for new taste and healthier options, you won’t be disappointed with Opa! Greek Taverna. One of my absolute favorite from their menu is Chicken Souvlaki! Oh, I keep craving for it! Also try Roka Salad, see photo below.

Roka Salad by Opa! Greek Taverna
So from Greece, let’s go to Korea! Try Ajusshi Korean Shack‘s beef bulgogi, gimbap and kimchi! Annyeong-haseyo!!

The food industry is now crazy over salted eggs, so head on to Fryday’s food stall and order chicken wings with salted egg for the ultimate tasty treat!

Now aren’t you a little thirsty? Let The Hungry Panda conquer your thirst like how it conquered Tramo Food Hub. Almost everyone is lining up for its freshly-squeezed lemonade and mixed berry yogurt smoothie! But wait there’s more, The Hungry Panda offers fruit shakes, mixed fruit lemonades and fruit cups. Plus the Vietnamese sandwich Bahn Mi and Pizza bread! Watch my The Hungry Panda vlog here :) 

The best lemonade in the city from The Hungry Panda
For manginginoms like me (haha) who likes to chill at Tramo Food Hub and listen to live acoustic music, Sides Grill and Raw Bar offers ice-cold local and imported beers! Last Christmas I was kinda sad because I miss my family and friends back in Singapore, so to cheer me up a bit I ordered Tiger Beer. It’s like Singapore’s national beer, so yeah, it kept me sane for a while. Anyway! Other alcoholic drinks available there include Asahi Beer, Evan Williams Bourbon, Brew Kettle Beer, Jack Daniels, and many more. Cheers! 

The other Sides haha! Imported beers available here
To get updates and see more photos, head on to Tramo Food Hub’s Facebook page now! P.S. to other stalls I’ve not mentioned in this post, it only means I haven’t tried your food yet haha! Will update this na lang when I get to try yours na so don’t worry.

Tramo Food Hub is open every day from 3PM-11PM! I heard they’re plannning to open from nine in the morning na SOOOOOOON! 

So guys.. thanks for reading, my Tramo Vlog will be up on my Youtube Channel next month!
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Disclaimer: This is not a paid post.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

The Mansamit Show 3

The annual year-end art exhibit of Biskeg Pangasinan was held last December 22-23 in cooperation with Panaderia de Antonio - Locale at JDV Calasiao Pangasinan and it's everything we needed to get on the pre-holiday vibe! The event featured the biggest mural in town, food market, bazaar, vintage car display, live music and poetry from professional and budding local artists. 

I went there with my hommies Ate Mica of Senyorita.net, Sir Simon of What's Up Dagupan and Sir Mike F. of Pixelhub Creative. We started off by munching on whichever looks good, food stalls there offered crepes, halo-halo, lechon belly, barbecues, paella, pizzas and many more. But nothing tastes better compared to free food, so I'd like to make a shout out to my friend, artist, Jai Hernandez for the free snacks as starter. Haha! 

Early bird haha!
Ate Mica and I walked around to document the affair for our mini video blog while also drinking mojitos baby. We talked to old friends and met new ones. Shout out to Lou Austria for dragging me up the stage for the "Bring Me" game where Mr. Pochacho (emcee & artist) asked to bring him the sexiest girl in the audience for the grand prize of [wait for it].. a face towel! Hahaha, charot! But what a way to break the ice, nice to meet y'all especially to Direk Noubikko Ray wooh!

My favorite saba and coconut milk halo-halo.
 On the second day of The Mansamit Show 3, me and my high school classmates decided to have an all-girl mini reunion. Six of us chatted over food and Red Horse beer while listening to the eargasmic,acoustic voice of Ruth Anna and the Ulap band. We've watched intense emotional outburst from local poets and eventually parted later on with lots of selfies and group photos. 

I joined the group of Patrick, the Biskeg Pangasinan artists, then. Free booze everywhere! It was fun until Pochacho reminded of the promise I made the day before. And so, I went on stage and sang with Ulap band. It was already late anyway, everyone's packing up and it were just us. I dedicated a song for Pochacho since I owed him that promise, no other shizzz intended. Hahaha. It was funny and scary, you guys didn't know I could sing noh? Char! Plus the booze really helped and I saw Direk Noubikko at the back todo suporta rin, encouraging me. So thank you again!

Full pack!
But guys!! The main highlight of this event is the art exhibit by our local artists. More than the Instagram-worthy pictures taken posing in front of the paintings -it is our support that is most appreciated. So make noise, buy their art, be inspired and become an inspiration. 

For more info about the art exhibit, the artists and their works - go check out their Facebook page: Biskeg Pangasinan. It's 2017 and I am already looking forward for The Mansamit Show 4! Hope to meet new people and see more works there, plus international media coverage! Push!

Mansamit 3 Art Exhibit
P.S. for the next Locale - The Mansamit Show don't forget to bring with you fan and handkerchief, mukha lang tayong nasa ibang bansa but we're still in the Philippines guys. Mainit, haha! Plus power bank or charger for your phone and camera, trust me when I say every corner is so Instagrammable! 
See you
 x

More photos below and on my IG account @lvlygrey:
Mike F., Grey and Bryan
Yummy pizza
Patrick and Grey
The best BBQ!
Simon Vistro, Micamyx, Grey
Selfie!

Isn't she pretty? Biggest mural in town!