20 April 2010

Manila Day Four

Shopped at Eastwood Mall.

This shop has very unique Tees.


I lunched at Johnny Rockets, its something like Billy Bombers in Singaporoe.


Everything on their menu looks damm nice!




Jukebox, like Billy's.


Open Kitchen Concept





Their wait staff - very friendly.


My burger, with "Chilli" fries. The fries taste exactly like the Carls Junior one.




Before the customer starts his meal, the wait staff will come over and hand him a plate of ketchup (no chilli in Philippines) - so cute.


All of a sudden, they blasted their music, and all the wait staffs started dancing!!!







Paid 500 Pesos for my burger meal.

Went to Fully Booked to look at some books. This is like PageOne in Singapore.



How can I not go into this boutique to have a look? 158 designers' blvd carries branded clothings ranging from Polo Ralph to Burberry's...



Whats a day in Manila without massage?
I popped over to Zenasia Spa and Massage for a massage.
Waited for almost 30 mins! Paid 1060 Pesos.


After the massage, I met Pau and Pat, and we went to Emerald Ave Coffee Bean because Pau was meeting a client there for a short discussion.


This Toblerone Cheesecake looks better than it tastes.



Sunrise, my ultimate favourite blended drink when it comes to Coffee Bean.


After coffee, we had dinner at Rufo's. Rufo's is a fastfood restaurant, apparently very popular in Philippines, and they serve local food.

Its open 24 hours.


Just so you know how cheap the food here is!






Guess why Patrick is so happy.
We paid only 100 Pesos per head for a satisfying meal!
You go do your Math.


This is Patrick's meal, some Salted Fish thingy.


This is mine, BBQ Chicken.


This is Pau's, Fried Beancurb.


We also ordered this to share. OMG, this is delicious!


After dinner, our next destination was the Rotary Club.


Interesting....


KTV Time!!!! KTV at World Music Room.






A Giant Jim Beam!


KTV here is disgustingly cheap!


They have a Scoring System here.


When was the last time I smoked while singing?


Sung to our hearts content. Patrick didn't sing, so it was just the two of us crooning away!



After 2 hours of KTV, the day finally ended. Time flies when you enjoy.....
Sung the most number of English songs in a single KTV session, ever!
Why?
Because they have very limited Mandarin Pop songs here.
Its all Jay Chou, Jay Chou, and still Jay Chou!
No Sam Lee Shengjie here.... :(

End of Day 4.

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