Its not a really ordinary night, finally, after 13 long years, I had my birthday again in this city -- which was a little unexpected. I thought the view was nice. I don't have my camera, but I had my cellphone. Took three shots and then stitched them together. This is "The Terraces", sort of an outdoor restaurant chain -- an expansion of the Ayala Center built in the early 1990s.
Many people come here to dine. Others have other purposes. Yes, other purposes. Like : going out with someone even if he/she doesn't have money(you can call this stupidity), taking photos(like what I'm doing), taking photos(but not really interested in the photos, they just want to show off their expensive cameras -- and their photos stink), bringing high class prostitutes(sometimes called models) and take photos of them, coming in here with their sosi friends(and they pretend to be high class by always speaking in english even if its really nonsense), coming here to look really rich by bringing in their malnourished pet dogs, coming here and getting into an expensive restaurant yet all they ordered is bottled water, coming here to find a foreigner good enough for a husband/wife, coming here to smoke(oh these are the idiots), coming here so that their kids can play and run around posing a physical risk to others, coming here to dine at an expensive restaurant even if its really expensive to them but they just want to look really rich, some come here talk about everything in english of houses, of cars, of their workplace(bullshit really) yet when they go home all they can afford was the jeepney -- irking even the jeepney drivers because these pathetic passengers are still speaking nonsense english just to tell the world that they work in a purely english (yet no brainer) environment -- well, those are just few of the crowd. Others may have other reasons, but those few are the ones I have observed.
I'm sure you can add more. Please feel free to add more. hahaha.
The Terraces, Ayala Center
Cebu City, Philippines
Shot taken at twilight with a Nokia N958GB (A gift given to me from 2008)