El Cielito Inn
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Come night time we met with Ate Lisa and Kuya Eric at Greenbelt. They took us to a shabu shabu restaurant. I didn't quite know what to expect, so once I saw what I was up against, it was overwhelming!
You get a soup and a grilling station on your table, and then there's the wide selection of seafood and vegetables and meat to bring together to make your own ultimate soup/bbq.
I tried to stuff my face with as much as I can shove in, but I was ...
... I completely tuned these guys out to the point I didn't hear their voices anymore. We stopped for a slice of cheesecake in one place and a traditional Phils drink, Halo-Halo. This drink came in a tall glass and was chock full of ingredients of which my friend challenged me to guess what everything was. She said if I could guess most of them she'd buy. I fancy myself pretty good with food so I took the challenge. Ha, little did I know that I'd get less than one-third of the ...
... of the kids from the
local orphanage called the The Association de Damas de Filipinas.
The kids performed so well, somebody from the audience cried, “Gene,
hire them!” People lined-up to donate to the orphanage (on their
cash box) following the kids performance. They raised US$5,000.
On our sail away, Holland
America gave us a free flow of champagne, beer, appetizers and all
kinds of drinks; which was ...
... on me and MADE ME TEACH THE CLASS. I was solely responsible for teaching a group of 40 six-graders about hibernation. Between having to write on a chalkboard for the first time in years and all those faces, I was sweating like I under suspicion of theft. The classroom teacher and my escort sat in the back with their shoes off, laughing at me for the first ten minutes. But I finally settled in and we had an awesome lesson, with them hurriedly scribbling notes ...
... organized the trip and I'm just a tourist, a cowboy who's up to anything that's thrown my way.
Here's the rough itinerary:
Malaysia: Departure: 6:55am, Arrival: 10:35am
>>November 17, 2013
- Early check in at Grid 9 Hotel; Jalan Maharajalela, 50150 Kuala Lumpur.
- Settle in then grab lunch.
- Walk around Bukit Bintang, Central Market (Jalan Hang Kasturi), Chinatown.
- Petronas ...