Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Cocktails and paella for Spain's National Day, and about attending the opening night of the Venice Biennale 2015



Tonight in Manila, living a Travelife, I braved the rains to head for the home of the Ambassador of Spain for a cocktail party to celebrate Spain's National Day.

The rains had stopped by mid-afternoon and everything was clear for the party, which was very well-attended.

After being away for so long, I was happy to see many friends at this party and to catch up on what's been happening in this part of the world.

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DINNER AT HOME
AFTER A COCKTAIL PARTY AT THE
HOME OF THE AMBASSADOR OF SPAIN

Unfortunately, I had to leave early as I was hosting a dinner at home for two very serious foodies who have eaten around the world. It was a very fun evening of talk about food, food and more food. 

And about our experiences at some of the best restaurants in the world.

These two guys have also eaten everywhere fine, delicious and fancy, in their own versions of a never-ending Travelife. In fact, one of them just decided this very morning to fly to Milan and to head to Torino to see the Slow Food festival.  Just because he loves food.

But before I left the home of the Ambassador of Spain, I'd bumped into a very old friend and we started talking about the Venice Biennale for 2015. And before I knew it, I'd committed to flying to Italy for the opening night of the Venice Biennale.


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ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING
ART EVENTS IN THE WORLD

How exciting that will be.

I haven't been to Venice in years, so it will be a nice reason to head to Italy's most romantic city, for the opening of one of the world's most prestigious art events, on just another wonderful journey in my never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.





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