Friday, January 3, 2014

Life, love and relationships over dinner in the VIP Room of Buddha Bar



Tonight, I had dinner with some of my cousins at Buddha Bar in Makati.

We'd only seen each other a few days ago, but we decided anyway to have a New Year's dinner tonight, to start the year in a nice way.


I decided to host this dinner as there was much to celebrate about in a personal way, and I chose Buddha Bar because I wanted somewhere with good food and easy access.


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THE VIP ROOM OF BUDDHA BAR IS JUST GREAT

For quiet evenings, Buddha Bar has a very nice VIP room on the ground floor that you can book for a private dinner.

It's very nicely furnished with Oriental inspirations, and you can have around 15 guests.



It was a very good choice.

None of my cousins had ever been before, but they were quite impressed with the set-up and the food.

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GREAT FOR MEANINGFUL CONVERSATIONS

The decor is chic and cozy, so the VIP room was very conducive for real conversations.

You really feel like sitting around the table talking about something more profound than which hot restaurant to eat at next, or where you went for Christmas break.



We had a good time discussing everything from life and love to relationships and what people look for in a partner.

All terribly interesting topics which I don't think would have come up in a different setting.

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TOO MANY THINGS, TOO LITTLE TIME

There were lots of things on my mind tonight, including several projects that need ironing out. I always wish there were more hours in a day.

At the invitation of a friend, I also attended a most useful briefing this morning with one of his investor friends from overseas at a government agency.



The data I learned at this briefing started my head spinning. One of these days, I'll share some of this data with you.

There truly is so much to do in this world, if you have the energy and the will -- and for once, I don't just mean a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.

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