Monday, August 31, 2009

The Ultimate Gift

I just finished reviewing the DVD movie titled "The Ultimate Gift" Based on the novel by Jim Stovall.

The DVD was a Birthday gift of Ate Sherry to Virma.

Anyway, to summarize: the moral lesson of the story is to know the value of the 12-gifts these are the gift of work, money, friends, gift of problems, family, learning, laughter, gift of dreams, giving, gratitude, the gift of a day, and the gift of love.

With an all-star cast that includes Academy Award nominee Abigail Breslin / James Garner and Brian Dennehy, this engaging, heart warming drama won the 2006 Heartland Film Festival's Crystal Heart Award and received the Dove Foundation's seal approval.

Based on Jim Stovall's best-selling novel, The Ultimate Gift sends a young man of privilege on an improbable journey. Trust fund baby Jason Stevens (Drew Fuller) loves all life's gifts, as long as they're bankable. But when his wealthy grandfather, Red Stevens (Garner), dies, Jason receives a most unusual inheritance: twelve tasks, which Red calls "gifts", to challenge Jason to grow as a man. If he succeeds, the experience will not only change Jason forever, but he will discover the real meaning of wealth.

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It's the movie worth watching. Don't miss the gifts. (^_^)

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Friday, August 28, 2009

Round Trip Davao to Cebu Flight Promo

Just recently I was canvasing airplane flights between Cebu Pacific and Philippines Airlines (PAL) we were quite confuse about their respective promos, Cebu Pacific says 30% off but when I clicked the said promo it will asks a promo code at the site before you can avail. Where the heck will I find that promo code?

Now in PAL they also have this promo for Davao-Cebu-Davao flights total of 2,408 round trip (^_^)

The EconoLight in PAL offers 15-kgs. max baggage and it is more cheaper (2,408 round trip Davao-Cebu-Davao) than in Cebu Pacific 30% off which offers 7-kgs. max of baggage (2,428.37 round trip Davao-Cebu-Davao)

Here are the screenshot of the purchase and breakdown in Philippines Airlines (PAL):

And if you want the most cheapest Airlines? It's Zest Air which offer 1,916 for the round trip in Davao-Cebu-Davao Cash only no credit card none refundable, no change of flight date, no upgrade. Well all these "none and no" are actually the same in PAL EconoLight conditions except that you can use credit card in PAL.

For more details in PAL

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