Tempat Senang Resort Spa & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Batam
... Sandler’s “Grow Old With You”, from The Wedding Singer. It was a hilarious rendition with lots of Norm and Lory lines – Chip’s creative flow was on a role.
If you know the movie My Best Friend’s Wedding you may remember the closing scene in which Rupert Everett, who plays Julia Roberts’ gay friend George Downs says,
Maybe there won't be marriage... maybe there won't be sex... but, by God, there'll be dancing.
... ground with a menacing stare
The squeaky chatter of a thousand flying foxes returning to their hanging branches
Following the call of the Gibbons at daybreak
Swinging through the trees Tarzan style (the gibbons, not me)
Whooping it up with the morning love song
Whoop, whoop, whoop - Whoooooooo
"It's gonna be another great day!"
Wake up and smell the coffee!
... into the chariot and ride for a while, but soon leaps out and races up the fairway or wanders off into the rough for some great smells. This morning Chandi was particularly energetic! I picked up my caddy Oyen at the Club House and drove to the third hole where I met my golf buddy Nasril for our usual five holes, hole #3 through #7. My game was particularly atrocious today. On a good day I am a bogie golfer, but I three putted for a double bogie on the par ...
... 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...
... the questions, the others are only allowed to answer when the deputy chairmen gives them the word. At the end of the Q&A, presents are exchanged, of course, as common here, with both hands and gifts are shown to the publikum.
The BIFZA authorities accompany us to have lunch. And here, we do the cultural mistake: we take our seats at the table in the middle of the restaurant. Lynn tells us that the ...