About this listing
Stay in a clean, convenient and highly accessible microapartment with modern amenities.
Stay in a clean, convenient and highly accessible microapartment with modern amenities. There's a fully-equipped gym and twin lap pools so you can keep your workout rhythm, and relax during your stay. For your convenience, there's a two-storey shopping complex at the base of the property with a standard super market, electronic stores, restaurants and three cinemas.
You'll have the entire unit to yourself.
Interaction with guests
I can let you keep your full privacy during your stay, but can take you around several establishments around Metro Manila if our schedules allow for it, after work hours.
You're 5 minutes away from Kapitolyo, an area where new restaurants and drinking spots have come up. By train, you're 15 minutes away from Makati, the central business district. Queue times at the station can be tough during the rush hours, though.
It's also connected to the main arterial road (and train system) of Metro Manila, so it'll be much easier to get around.
Other things to note
Please don't mind my working design boards in the living area, since I sometimes work from home. If you're willing to share your thoughts about how people and employees should be learning, feel free to grab a few sticky notes and post them up.
I would appreciate it if you kept the space neat and tidy.
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Originally from Quezon City, moved to laid back Batangas for a while, and now settled in Metro Manila. I love helping people learn in better ways with tech (by career and calling). Off shoot: I have a mini mobile library of physical books in the back seat of my car. Getting in gym time is important. Road trips are great. So are hiking trips (there's a lot to climb within a few hours from the Metro). With somehow "serious" work days, I tend to jump on performance opportunities when I can (some background on competitive cheer and street dance). Once one, always one, I say.