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Attempting to do it justice in one post is sheer lunacy but I thought I would do a quick rundown of my most recent visit to give you all a feel of pre-Christmas Divisoria.
I go to Divisoria when I need to buy in bulk. This year, I am seriously behind on our two-page, double-column, single-spaced, 9-font Christmas list that is heavily weighted by gifts to service personnel, market sukis, etc. A tiny storefront on Ilaya Street, just off Juan Luna, this is the motherload of food packaging material.
In this tiny space are dozens of different cellophane bags, styrofoam containers, plastic food containers, garbage bags, food service gloves, string, straw, etc.
This is where everyone gets their packaging material for their home cooked baked goods, bazaar specials, take away items. It is water resistant and perfect for wrapping food gifts or flowers. I also get my ensaimada containers there, pre-made cello bags for giveaways, garbage bags in bulk, etc.
What is the big deal, you say? How can one spanking new mall be so great and the talk of Makati, Alabang, Greenhills and QC housewives? Well, it is simply packed to the gills with very reasonably priced stuff.
For a certain segment of your Christmas list, this is in fact the motherload of modestly priced finds. Of course there are no high-end Play Stations here, but for volume, this is the place to go.
Radio-controlled cars for as little as PHP and manner of other toys and games are on offer. You have to go with eyes open, there is a lot of crap, but some decent finds as well. From there I ventured to Tabora Street, where the ribbon shops, fabric alleys, etc.
I was looking for boxes, baskets and trays to put my Christmas food presents on. I would never use these indoors or anywhere they might start a fire but for outdoors, these were an incredible bargain when compared to the lousy sets of lights I got at a big mall for PHP59 a set just a month ago!
I am also gearing up for Christmas so I purchased 3 dozen leche flan pans and 3 dozen ensaimada pans right from a streetside vendor. Also in Divisoria are a tremendous volume of fruits and vegetables for sale and there is a street that houses at least 20 fruit importers and distributors in case you need to buy fruit such as apples, oranges or grapes by the box.
The streets, alleyways and malls were bursting at the seams with all the pre-Christmas frenzy! I have never seen so many people packed into so little a shopping space.
Anyone with claustrophobia would be panicking! That was my last visit until after the Holiday season, but I did cross a lot from our Christmas list with just 6 hours of shopping!This menu's updates are based on your activity. The data is only saved locally (on your computer) and never transferred to us.
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