a condo and a story.......
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The photo on the left is the entrance to this condo. The guy walking to the front entry (we thought it was the entrance!) was my brother in law. The one on the right is the exterior of this high rise condominium located a few walking distance from the photo below, the Eastwood.
A friend of my b-i-l offered to us the use of his 2 side by side condo units located at the 26th floor. We are so excited( most especially my b-i-l), so we picked up the keys and a letter of authorization all stacked in an envelope from his friend's posh house in a rich neighborhood. After our dinner we walked to this place, so excited to find out what is in store for us. The guard/receptionist let us wait while he verifies. The lobby is impressive like a hotel lobby. A person came and accompanied us to the elevator and on to the 26th floor and opened the door for us. The first unit is okay. One small area and one small bedroom, dang, but no light nor furniture though. So we moved to the adjacent unit. Well this unit is bigger than the other and with a bed and futon and lights, but no beddings though, dang again. Hmmnnn, after surveying the place, we decided just to go home.
I wonder now why condos are the talk of the town and it is advertised here in the States as a retirement place to lure future retirees who are thinking of going back home. I realized that I'm not a condominium person, that if I retire, I will just go and build a simple, environmentally friendly house in a rural place where we can grow fruits and plants.
I don't have anything against it, it might be good for others. But unfortunately, not for me.
In the Philippines, 2010 photo essay.
Also by Litz Go
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