|This is NOT the casino, but I thought it looked cool anyway.|
The interior was nice! Last time, we were inside a casino was at the Miccosukee Indian Resort in Miami, FL. I didn't get rich there either, but I had fun.
We had to pass through a security checkpoint. I had so much junk in my pockets that the guard actually laughed. We were also told that we weren't allowed to take photos beyond the checkpoint. Bummer! Fortunately, Zach managed to snap this photo of me without getting caught.
|Come on baby! Daddy needs a new pair of shoes!|
Since we were nearing the end of our trip, we didn't want to risk gambling away a bunch of money. So we decided to leave. Then I thought, what the hell. Let's at least try to earn some of the money we lost.
Zach and I prayed to his dearly departed grandmother, who loved to gamble and would have enjoyed the casino with us. Well it paid off and we managed to recover what we'd lost and win an extra 25 pesos. Granted, in USD, that money isn't worth a whole lot, but I'm not complaining.
|How cool is this? A Concert paying tribute to the coolest band ever.|
|And this is what happens when you turn your back on him for a second.|
After pigging out on some crispy fried chicken, some fries and some Cole slaw, we decided to look around the mall. We actually found two books in English, and of course, we bought them.
This was our last night at the hotel. So we decided to go back to Ugi's and order ourselves some of their delicious pizza.
|We figured it couldn't help to compliment the pizza with some KFC side orders.|
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