Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay

Currently staying at Intercon SG Robertson Quay to attend the formal launching of the ASEAN Prosperity Initiative (API) organized by the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), a KL-based free market think tank.

Staying here two days, yesterday and today. Will be flying back to Manila after lunch.

I have stayed in Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur twice, September 2017 and April 2018, for EFN SE Asia and IDEAS events, respectively. Intercon is cool.

4th floor outside the reception. Nice.

Also on the 4th floor, the other side.

I stayed at the 5th floor, nice corridor.

My room, ahhh, big comfy bed.

Breakfast area, restaurant at the ground floor. Not much food choices but the place is really cool.

Finally, there was a knock in my room last night, when I opened, a staff gave me a card with a small package -- cool power bank. It's from Ms. Namira Adam, Business Development Executive of ISRQ, also the account manager handling the IDEAS event. Thank you Ms. Adam.

I enjoyed my stay here. Thank you, ISRQ.

See also:

Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur, September 2017, March 23, 2018

Intercon Kuala Lumpur, lobby and pool, April 19, 2018

Dona Nena resort, San Juan, Batangas with the Millora family

Last Nov. 1-2, I brought my family to join the Millora family reunion at Dona Nena resort in Laiya, San Juan, Batangas.

Not good for swimming, well you can't swim actually because of the shallow waters even at high tide, which is from evening to early morning. There are also many regenerating mangrove trees.

But its beauty is in its wide white sand play area. People can chase each other, run with their dogs, play volleyball, etc.

My family with our dog. Photo from Monette Millora, thanks net.

The big, extended Millora family -- which includes me as an "adopted son" of Daddy Vic and Mommy Lil.

Around Makati

These photos I took last October from the Tower Club, 31st or 33rd floor, PhilamLife Building, Ayala-Paseo road, Makati City.

Then these photos I took last April from the 32nd floor resto of City Garden Hotel, Makati Avenue. First photo on the left, white building, Makati City Hall. Among the biggest local bureaucracies in the country.

Bel-Air village in the middle.