After all the body-bruising, ass busting activities the team treated us to a nice buffet dinner at the beach with complimentary drinks and DJ to boot. I guess all the fat-burning stuff paid off as I stuffed more into my body during dinnertime... fail whale, I am -_-"
Anyways, we were treated with a gambit whereby the dinner area was raided with the army, digging for what could be the location of the Oris watch. If only anyone else knew earlier, I bet that the media team would be digging holes everywhere. The watch, ain't cheap yo! IT could possibly be the best watch to withstand every nature forces coming its way.
The media team for this 'Mission' from various publishing teams - magazines, newspapers and bloggers!
spent time with an old friend, and also made tons of new friends! I didn't know that media and pr teams are such fun people! ok, sorry that was my first time but oh em gee, they're super cool!
with the other two bloggers - Wilson and Smashpop
The best part was that, I finally got to see the watch up, close and personal. Not only that I got to see it, but I also got to hold it. It felt really solid, but not too heavy for the wearer. The materials used to build it looks really complex and expensive. You know you will feel like a million dollars when you put on that watch!
I know I did, for like...2 minutes, hehe =P