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Philippine Christmas Bazaar Schedule

Thanks to Viloria, through Trissie, we can now schedule our Christmas shopping spree. The whole schedule is here.

So what gift do you give a blogger during Christmas? Some suggestions would include:

1. a wireless mouse
2. a WiFi account
3. hits
4. a shirt with your blog URL as text
5. seed money to open a USD savings account
6. extra battery for laptop
7. trackbacks
8. Bluetooth headset
9. Microphone for podcasting, preferably this brand

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

8 replies on “Philippine Christmas Bazaar Schedule”

Tip No# 1 for Bazaaristas: Never ever fall prey to other opportunist bazaarista’s tricks.

This summer I joined a bazzar for the very first time. I met a fellow bazaarista who showed an interest in my items and showered me with friendliness and false promises. She volunteered to sell my items in a consignment basis. I was hesitant at first but I gave in. She seemed like an honest and reliable person, very friendly and amiable. A month has now passed and have yet to see a single cent. I called and texted her to remind her of the payment but her replies became few and unfriendly. I have now reconciled with the fact that Iam never getting my items back nor my money. It was such a stupid decision to trust a complete stranger. So never ever at any point be a victim to these bazaarista’s. if someone wants your items make them pay in full. Pay or no deal…that’s what you tell them. And by the way she interviewed my tindera first so also remind your tinderas to be vigilant and never to give anything away… where you buy stuff etc etc… the important things. You can never believe how many evil opportunist are lurking in bazaars.

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