Nagoya Plaza Hotel
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... the sunset, so C showed Kamal a few pictures of beach scenes (an old pier, a fishing boat, a beach at sunset) and showed him translations for the words "eat" and "restaurant." Kamal nodded his head, said "yes," and drove us through a coastal village where the road was lined with tiny shacks to a seafood restaurant filled with locals (i.e., no white folks) that was perched right on the water. We took a short walk to take photos of the sunset ...
... music for the service itself. But I had a number of musical concepts to enhance the wedding event following the ceremony.
I wanted to sing a romantic song for Lory and a logical choice was “The Way You Look Tonight”. Lory always liked Michael Buble’s version from the movie My Best Friend’s Wedding, and we adopted it as “our song.” So I asked my friend Chip Hill to accompany me on guitar and invited him to sing it with me.
... br> Or Kopi Luwak, specially shat just for me
Or Kopi Ginseng at the nineteenth hole
Speaking of golf – two dollars for nine holes?
And I have to climb those hills myself?
When I consider how my life is spent
Ere half my days climbing those hills
It’s a wonder I can walk at all!
Oyon! My caddy, my Sumatran son
My guru Bahasa - lewat, kurang -
... the ball well on the par 5 seventh hole, I suggested we play some extra holes. My chip onto the green was perfect and a good putt just rimmed the hole for my only bogie of the day! It felt like I was primed for a par on the next hole. Chandi had other plans. When we finish the seventh hole, Nasril, Oyen and I always walk up a maintenance road to where I park my car. Chandi loves walking this road and enjoying the smells. We had barely finished putting out, ...
... one insisted ferrys all canceled due to flying being so much cheaper. So in the end I flew. Which didn't get me all the tropical island views and small town stops that I really thought would be ideal holiday time.
Pekanbaru? Think industrial, dusty, dirty and shockingly hot.
Not much else to say on that town...