Somehow, the key feature I like the place is it has two distinct identity. A busy hub during weekdays and a slightly deserted city on weekends. This is somehow how my personality is. Loves to be where the action is but at the same time would want to retreat to an area of peace and Quiet. It’s just a nice change of pace to break the busy day monotony that work brings. The malls are just a few minutes drive away where you have nice restaurants, nice shops and all the walking room available shifting from one mall to another.
Fitness has also been a common event as you can have places where you can run. I usually run along the multitudes of roads along Salcedo Village which gives you so many alternatives in completing your distance. Ayala Triangle, Rockwell or nearby Fort is another haven for running. This considering that there are fewer people on the road so the roads can be used for exercise like running, biking and other fun exercise. There’s also community markets to enjoy on Saturdays if you’d want to do away with the monotony of eating in a mall.
I’m now occupying a studio apartment room beside my sisters studio room and it’s now my second home apart from my home town – Baguio. I also loved staying in Makati, I feel a lot safer here with all the high-rise infrastructure and the smart working class parading in the streets with the latest get ups in the corporate world. When celebration comes to this side of town, expect fireworks and a great big bang. So make it happen, make it Makati.