Monthly Archives: July 2013

“Bon Voyage!” Banner Printing

I have a friend who will be traveling or should I say migrating to the US in the last week of July 2013. And of course, as one of her close friends, I am thinking of organizing a farewell party for her with the whole circle of friends. I actually have already mentioned this idea to other friends of ours and they agreed with me.

So, in as early as, maybe Monday next week, we will be dividing our tasks. And one of the tasks which I am anticipating to be assigned to me is the banner printing of the “bon voyage” banner for our friend.

Bon Voyage

Though I am not sure if the task will be assigned to me or not, I am fetching banner ideas from the internet now and the banner above is what I am thinking to print. The image above which I just found over the internet is what I chose to use for the said banner. What can you say about the image above? Would that be good, or not? If my friends will agree with this image to be used, then I will be looking for vinyl banners printing press to cater our printing needs. And hopefully, I can find one just nearby and offers low rate in printing.

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Cebu Pacific adds flights to Vietnam, China

I just mentioned in my previous post that Cebu Pacific will add flights to Brunei and now, they are planning for additional flights but to Vietnam and China.

Cebu Pacific AirCebu Pacific Air (image from aviationnews.eu)

Accordingly, this additional flights is based on the demand of flights going to the said countries. There will be, basically, additional weekly flights to Hanoi, Vietnam which will start this coming October 31, 2013 from Manila and to Guangzhou, China starting November 2, 2013.

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Cebu Pacific Air 2013 Promo — PISO Fare

Good news to all backpackers! Cebu Pacific Air offers the latest PISO fare in town!

Cebu Pacific Air 2013 Promo --- PISO FareCebu Pacific Air 2013 Promo — PISO Fare

Travel period of the said piso fare will be between January 01, 2014 to June 30, 2014. And the selling period is only up to July 14, 2013. So grab your seats now!

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A Helpful Guide to Golfing in Orlando

It’s a question that comes up more often than you might think – “I’m going to Orlando soon; where should I go for a good round of golf?” Many people go to Orlando, some on a family holiday, others to go to a convention, still more to attend a conference, and a sizeable proportion of these people enjoy playing golf.

Golfing in OrlandoGolfing in Orlando (image from disneydreamsvilla.com)

So where is the best place to golf in The City Beautiful? Well, there is no one definitive answer, we’re afraid, which is perhaps why the question is so frequently asked. Orlando, and the surrounding areas, is home to some of the biggest and most affordable golf courses in America, in both public and resort flavours. Golfing holiday costs can be high nevertheless, and saving on your travel can be a great way to minimise the costs. Online flight comparison websites are now often the best place to find cheap flights to Orlando.

There aren’t many private clubs in Orlando, which makes it a pleasant change for your average golfer, but there’s not a great deal of variety – a lot of the courses are very flat, making them somewhat uninteresting.

Keeping that firmly in mind, we’ve hand-picked a few different choices for your perusal – you should be able to cater for all tastes with this little list!

City Centre St Andrew’s – Grand Cypress, New Course

One of Jack Nicklaus’s four at Grand Cypress, this one might not have made as big a splash as the other three (North, South, and West, to name them), but the New Course has slowly been recognised as one of the more interesting courses in Florida.

It’s a homage to the famous Old Course, at St Andrew’s, so you’ll be playing facsimiles of some of the most famous holes in all of golfing. The grass is sadly a little spongy, but that doesn’t detract from the experience too much.

Drive to the Drive – Southern Dunes

A bit further away –at Haines City, slightly south of Orlando – you’ll have to drive to get to Southern Dunes, but the trek is worth it: the course is easily one of the strongest in The Sunshine State, with some seriously breath-taking bunker action.

Annoyingly, the housing in the area can seem somewhat invasive at times, but don’t let that distract you – there’s a lot of strategy to be found here; the green complexes are certainly sophisticated.

Quiet and Quirky – Diamondback

If you’re looking to get away from all the housing encroaching upon your game, your best bet would be Diamondback. Located only a further six miles south from Southern Dunes, this course isn’t too far away geographically, but it’s worlds apart from some of Florida’s more heavily visited courses.

It’s a pretty tight little course; you’ll have to bring your A-game if you want to keep on target. The fairways weave their way through thick corridors of dense underbrush, and there’s not a home to be seen for miles around. The wetlands make for a more interesting style of play, and the shaping is as smooth as silk.

You won’t find a better 18 holes anywhere near Orlando; each hole is individual and isolated, giving you a truly transporting effect.

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Cebu Pacific to add flights to Brunei

Cebu Pacific Air is filing for an application for a re-allocation of one weekly flight as an additional entitlement Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei.

Cebu Pacific AirCebu Pacific Air (image from aviationnews.eu)

If this application gets approved, the expected available flights will be opened this coming September 2013. In fact, the company is expecting 15 million passengers this year a way higher than last years 13.26 million.

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