The Whirlwind Week That Was

A lot happened last week, which would be too tiring (on my part) to write about and share in individual posts so I figured I unleash the lazy-ass girl in me this time. ๐Ÿ˜€

I woke up a wee bit annoyed last Monday because Ma woke me up at 4AM–an hour ahead of my normal routine. ย I thought it would be the start of one terrible week, but things turned out surprisingly well.

Monday date night with Babe. Finally B and I got to see a movie. Although he was a bit iffy about This Means War, he ended up liking it. Sure, the movie was predictable, but it was ย still funny and charming. Tom Hardy was particularly gorgeous. ๐Ÿ˜€

Dinner Cruise. This was something the company had originally planned to hold on a Friday but a lot of employees wouldn’t be able to attend so they moved it on a later date–a Wednesday.ย We were told to arrive early for the registration but we were way too early so we hung out at the Sky Garden, drank beer and drove my workmates crazy with my knock-knock jokes. ๐Ÿ˜€

While the thought of a Friday dinner cruise is doubly nicer, it was still a Wednesday night well spent. Obviously because I had beer. I kid, I kid. ๐Ÿ™‚

Faraway Lunch with the Thursday Group. Remember my post about this? Well, here’s the second installment. This time around, we went to Chihuahua Mexican Grill & Margarita Bar across A. Venue. It’s pretty far from the Ayala Life FGU building, hence, we took quite a while to get back to the office. The traffic was horrible.

I think it’s safe to say that everyone loved Chihuahua. I thought the prices were just right, taking the huge portions into consideration. Presentation is bare and in-your-face, but it works really well for them. Judging by the number of photos of celebrities and personalities plastered on the wall, I say this is one happening grill. (Watch out for a complete review of the restaurant!)

Manong’s with the South Crew. The same day we had lunch at Chihuahua, Dwight suggested we go hang out somewhere. Since we all live down south, we went to Manong’s–where the beer is always below zero and the crowd never rude and boisterous. ๐Ÿ˜€

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