Cebu Pacific Seat Sale

Cebu Pacific Kuala Lumpur Seat Sale
Oh my freakin gosh, [tag]Cebu Pacific[/tag] is having another seat sale: one-way [tag]Kuala Lumpur[/tag] tickets for only Php999!

From their website:

Cebu Pacific’s Kuala Lumpur seat sale for only P999

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s low-fare leader offers a seat sale to Kuala Lumpur, [tag]Malaysia[/tag] for only P999 one-way. Sale period is from November 14-20, 2006 and is good for travel from November 30, 2006 to January 31, 2007.

After the seat sale the lowest year-round ‘Go’ fare to Kuala Lumpur starts at P1499 one-way. CEB’s fare is almost 90% less than the lowest fare from [tag]Manila[/tag] to Kuala Lumpur. The promo and year-round ‘Go’ fares are exclusive of surcharges and government tax.

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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Okay, can somebody explain this to me?

I came upon this shop while I was wandering around Chinatown, looking for the best Hainanese chicken rice at the Maxwell hawker center.

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Review Me

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A hyphotetical what if question

Say somebody is willing to pay for your plane ticket with any airline you prefer.

Would you:

1) Pick the airline where your frequent flyer miles are. The airline isn’t too bad; it’s not at the bottom of the ratings list, but it’s nowhere near the top either.

or

2) Pick a different airline to experience the difference in service. This airline is one of the best in the world.
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A different kind of trip

Last weekend, I went on a different kind of trip: a trip to the hospital.

I am a typical Sagittarian: optimistic. When it comes to hospitals though, I am terribly pessimistic. Whereas some people see hospitals as beacons of hope, birth and rebirth, I see it as a bringer of death.
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