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What’s NEW in Bukidnon Breeze Seafood Restaurant

Hello! Have you been to our restaurant lately? If not, then that’s too bad because we have new choices that are definitely a must-try:

Boodle Feasts (boodle fight):

If you’re not familiar with the term, boodle fight is a Philippine Military Academy (PMA) tradition where cadets would gather around a long table full of food and rice is spread over banana leaves and eaten with bare hands. It’s a free for all as cadets attack the food (hence the term, fight) until it’s all gone. [1]The Urban dictionary humorously defines boodle fight as “Philippine fine dining” in which everyone has to eat fast and can have his fill. [2] Nowadays boodle fight style of eating is not limited to the military, it’s quite common during company/family outings as it’s easier to prepare and put away after eating. Restaurants also adopted the idea and started serving varying boodle fight menus.

Bukidnon Breeze now offers 4 boodle feasts. By the way we replaced “fight” with “feast” because eating here is accompanied either by my custom-made song playlists or live music during Fridays and Saturdays. The two large boodle feasts, Mt. Dulang-Dulang and Mt. Kitanglad are named after the two highest peaks in Bukidnon whereas the lesser ones, Musuan Peak and Mt. Capistrano are named after the two smaller popular mountains here.


  • Inclusions: Chicken barbeque, grilled tuna belly, pancit guisado, kinilaw na malasugue, fried boneless bangus, crocodile tapa, oriental salad, chao fan fried rice, unlimited juice
  • Good for 5-7 persons
  • Price: Php 1,435.00

Mt Kitanglad Boodle copy

  • Inclusions: Pork barbeque, calamares, kinilaw na malasugue, guso salad, sweet and sour lapu-lapu, garlic rice, unlimited juice
  • Good for 5-7 persons
  • Price: Php 1,250.00

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  • Inclusions: Crispy kangkong, calamares, tempura, grilled tuna belly, guso salad, grilled pineapple/watermelon slices, fried rice, iced tea/ pineapple juice
  • Good for 4 persons
  • Price: Php 820.00

Mt Capistrano Boodle copy

  • Inclusions: Adobong kangkong, grilled kitong, lumpia special, pork barbeque, fish fillet w/ tartar sauce, cucumber salad, garlic rice, iced tea/pineapple juice
  • Good for 4 persons
  • Price: Php 920.00

Other new menu items:


  • Try our filling clubhouse sandwiches served with crispy prawn crackers for you and your friends to enjoy!
  • Price: Php 180.00


  • Tired of ordering the usual fried treats? Opt for a healthier alternative and go for our crispy kangkong! It stays crisp longer than French fries so you won’t have to worry about it getting soggy right away. Great for snacking during a hearty conversation with your loved ones or your comrades.
  • Price: Php 90.00


  • This new dish is one of my personal favorites. I love the sweetness of the pineapple sauce while relishing the juicy steamed chicken breast. It’s a delight!
  • Price: Php 230.00


  • The “Punisher” spicy beefsteak is inspired by our current President Duterte’s fiery take on corruption, terrorism, and drugs. It’s so deliciously hot 🔥🔥🔥, mapapamura ka sa sarap! Nakakaadik pero di ka matotokhang kaya order na! 😜 (©Atty. Marianne Ga. Thanks sa tagline hehehe.)

Bukidnon Breeze Seafood Restaurant is open Mondays-Saturdays, from 9:00 am – 10:00 pm (last order at 9:30 pm). See you! 😊



Victoria’s Secret Sale!

20.00 Victoria’s Secret Refill Promo

Promo period: September 4, 2012 – September 22, 2012


1. Availing customer must be a regular customer of PocketScents.

2. Present proof of purchase – previous perfume pen with sticker.

3. Just choose any body mist from Victoria’s Secret Garden Collection for refills and save ₱20.00!

500.00 Victoria’s Secret Promo

Promo period: September 4, 2012 – September 22, 2012

₱200.00 off!

Buy any 250 ml Victoria’s Secret Body Mist from the Secret Garden Collection (old packaging) for ₱500.00 from the original price of ₱700.00.

Hurry! Limited stocks available!

P.S. New stocks arriving on September 24, 2012 

-iamprincesssalvia (.^_^.)


Adobe® Photoshop® Touch

Hello everyone! I’ve been so busy lately I wasn’t able to blog. So busy that I can’t even open my store. Darn. Well at least I’m not idle. Haha! Anywaaaaay…..back to the subject….

If you are a shutterbug with an iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone, then this post is for you.

Natural (raw) pictures are nice, but there will always be instances when you need to do photo editing. And what is the most popular software for that? Abobe Photoshop!

iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone owners can now enjoy some of the features of the Adobe Photoshop thru Adobe Photoshop Touch. It’s not free, unfortunately. But at least it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, unlike the CS6, hahaha! And, these apps are a good stepping-stone if you want to use more complicated but feature-packed Adobe software in the future.

Here are some of my test shots:


After: (using Effects – Graphic Pen)


After: (using Effects – Pencil and Add Text, I decreased the opacity to lessen the pencil effect)


After: (You can make an item stand out in a picture by using Paint and increasing/decreasing saturation levels)


After: (Using Watercolor Paint, by the way this is my favorite photo out of the bunch)

Using the iPad is more ideal for this software because of its large screen. If you’re using a stylus – much better. Making delicate photo editing on the iPod Touch or iPhone may be more difficult.

It may be difficult to use at first, but with practice it’ll be easier especially if you’re already familiar with the buttons.

There are so many more things you can do with your photos using Adobe Photoshop Touch. I haven’t explored all its features, but hopefully I’ll master them in time, and I hope you do too.

Struggling with Photoshop Touch? Give Adobe Photoshop Express a try (I’ll be blogging about it too – soon), it’s less complicated than Touch.

Thank you for reading my post! (.^_^.)



Nope. Audrey is not a person.

It’s a Louis Vuitton speedy 25 bag.

Yes I’m one of those people who assign names on their belongings, and no, I don’t name them all, that would be absurd. (.^_^.)

Why Audrey anyway? I purchased this bag because the birth of the speedy 25 is attributed to one of my favorite icon ladies of all time: Audrey Hepburn.

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The smallest bag way back then was the speedy 30. Though Audrey Hepburn liked the style, she found it too big for her liking so in 1965 she asked Henri Louis Vuitton to make a smaller version of the speedy. Hence, the speedy 25 is born. The bag was linked to her name ever since.

Having a bag like Audrey Hepburn….yey! (speechless na, I dunno what happened, haha!)


A bag like this is a good investment because it increases in value. And because it is one of the iconic, classic it-bags (like Hermes Birkin and Chanel 2.55), it will never be out of style. What I really like about this bag is it’s really versatile, you can pair it with your casual wear or go formal with it. It’s also a good traveling tote because this small bag can actually pack more stuff than you think.

If you’re a lady looking for a classic bag then you really should consider getting one of these.

Well, I guess that’s all for now. I hope you enjoyed reading this.  Stay tuned for more posts, folks. Thanks for stopping by. (.^_^.)

Update: May 14, 2020 

I already sold this bag because it’s too small for me. 


I love my Travalo!

Ahoy perfume aficionados out there!

We perfume lovers want to smell good all the time, so we tend to re-spritz our fragrances when we’re away from home. The same applies when we travel, we always want to bring our favorite scents with us.

But what if we can’t bring our favorite perfumes with us due to reasons like airline restrictions, or because the whole bottle doesn’t fit in our bag or it’ll add unnecessary weight? Disappointing, right?

Thank goodness I discovered this:

Meet the latest addition to my kikay kit: my Travalo Excel Refillable Atomizer in light pink. It’s cute right? It looks just like a lipstick! Thanks to this cute little thing I can bring my favorite perfume (Lovely by Sarah Jessica Parker) everywhere I go. By the way, it can hold up to 5 ml or 50 sprays. What’s amazing about Travalo atomizers is that you can fill it with perfume with no hassle at all. So how do you fill your Travalo? Here’s how:

I love the way my Travalo helps me economize my perfume. I know the ad says it can hold up to 50 sprays, but I think it can hold up to more than that. Or maybe I just think that way because I only press the spray pump halfway, I dunno. Haha! With this atomizer I also observed that most of my perfume when spritzed (full pump, not halfway ha) lands on my skin. There are other atomizers that disperse some (or most) of your perfume in the air, and I find that wasteful.  Hey, authentic perfumes are expensive, so we just wanna make every drop count, right? (.^_^.)

You’ll know when you’ll run out of perfume because the other side of the Travalo has a shatterproof clear window, so you can see how much perfume is left inside.

So what are you waiting for? Get your own Travalo! It’s available in malls, imported stores, or if you’re in Malaybalay City you can visit my store PocketScents and purchase one. I have available Travalo atomizers in Classic or Excel.

Stay tuned for more posts about my latest items or events. Thanks for stopping by. (.^_^.)



Want to buy your favorite perfume but a whole bottle is just too expensive?

Can’t buy more than one perfume because your budget can’t afford it?

Or is that 1 whole bottle of perfume adding weight to your already-heavy bag?

 Well PocketScents has the solution for the aforementioned problems!

Now you can purchase your favorite perfumes in retail and in cute bottles so it’s made affordable and easy to carry anytime, anywhere!

PocketScents is a perfume refilling station located in Tabios Street, Brgy. 5, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. Established last December 2009, it started out as a garage sale store selling used clothing, sports equipment, and bottles of perfumes. Now the store is selling perfumes in retail and one whole bottle (via order), shoes, accessories, clothes, and fashionable bags.

If you’re confused because you can’t decide what perfume to buy or you don’t know what type of perfume you want, don’t worry. I will personally assist you and help you decide. Since customer satisfaction is one of my priorities, I make sure that I provide testers so customers can determine whether a perfume suits them or not.

Just because a perfume smells nice on one person doesn’t mean it will smell the same on you. Different people have different body chemistries so it’s important to test the perfume on the skin before buying it. This is why I let customers try the perfume before buying – so they can really make sure they are buying a perfume that they really want and it’ll make them smell great! No blind purchases.

If you are looking for a store that sells authentic perfumes in retail come visit my store at DJM Arcade, Tabios Street, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. My store is open from Monday to Friday, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon, and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. You could also visit and like my page on facebook (

Visit this site or my facebook page to keep updated on promos, schedules, and new items! Thanks for reading! (.^_^.)


Hello world!

Hi everyone! Princess Salvia here.

To create a blog is just one of my to-do projects this year. One project done (yey)!

Honestly I’m reluctant to even try making a blog site because I thought creating one is really complicated for an average techie like me. But thanks to the magazine, The Blogger’s Book: The ultimate guide to WordPress, Tumblr and Joomla, I realized that it’s quite easy! This blog site was actually created in less than 3 minutes. I’ll soon post about the aforementioned magazine in my succeeding posts.

Stay tuned for posts about gadgets, perfumes, bags, accessories, events, places and many more!

That’s all for now. We have a Testimonial Dinner and Acquaintance Party to be attended by students and faculty of the Bukidnon State University College of Law this evening. Gotta prepare. Ciao.

There is no better way to exercise the imaginations than the study of law. No artist ever interpreted nature freely as a lawyer interprets the truth. – Jean Giradoux

– iamprincesssalvia (.^_^.)

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