The Linden Suites
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... in the bar and suddenly feared I had strayed into a gay bar from which exit may be harder later in the evening. I therefore settled my tab and left and poked my head into one of the tinted window bars. Not entirely unexpectedly, these were small, seedy affairs filled with mostly youngish looking girls who scream when the door is opened. I poked my head into a few, all of which were generally empty save for the odd middle aged white chap sat at the bar with a ...
... most amazing she had ever had so I had to at least have a peak. I figured I'd have some fresh fruit and tea, and that's exactly what I did. I gotta say though, perhaps I have just been at this a bit (or a lot) longer than her...I have seen way more impressive. Don't get me wrong, the breakfast offerings were massive but, nothing special. Nothing like those hand pulled noodles at the Renaissance in Shanghai. What is impressive...the fresh mango in ...
... is also useful to shade me from the sun which is pretty strong most of the day.
We had a happy hour sponsored by Lenovo today at 8:30am. Again, an impressive amount of reps attended. Jowie sang a few songs, we played Pictionary and ended the event with some karaoke. Karaoke is very popular here, so I’ll have to get out of my shell while I’m here and belt out some ...
... They consisted of plywood finish in and outside the building. Nothing close to a 5 star resort, but we decided to take a corner room with an ocean view. Breanne started to shower and after lathering with soap, the water stopped working. So, I went back in forth to the front desk where this Filipino girl would understand my inquiry, but would simply walk away and handle the situation without any kind of acknowledgement. I had to go to the front desk 3 times before the problem was ...
... about ready to drop! Unfortunately, I no doubt unintentionally offended the porter who brought our two suitcases up to the room. After he carefully deposited our bags into the room, I reached in my wallet and gave him one of the new bills - a 20 peso note. It was not until the next day that I realized I tipped him a equivalent of a whopping USD forty five cents! Oops! I'll get this money thing better as we get acclimated to everything ...