Friday, January 01, 2010

Happy 2010!

I spent New Year's eve with some friends (and strippers, of course!) at Ernest's house. Everyone just left to go to Cha. But unfortunately I went out last night and drank WAY too much. I went to Esedeku, Eukliptus and Cha last night. Not many people were out but it was quite festive. While the new year rang in tonight I took a photo of the moon. It was really quite beautiful surrounded by all the stars. You can't really tell from the photo but it had a ring around it tonight that looked like a rainbow. I then find out that it was a "blue moon." Perhaps an omen to a great new year.

May everyone have a healthy, safe and prosperous New Year!Working the pole @ Ernests' on New Year's Eve

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Happy New Years to you Anthony has well, may 2010 bring you good Health and much Happiness.Any photo's of the strippers dancing on the pole???if so,please share..lol lol lol

the Allen gallery said...

Happy New Year Anthony!

Anonymous said...

Dear Anthony,let me be the first to congratulate you as you begin your 6th year of residency in DR. I sincerely hope that the journey to date has been great. You certainly have helped us all have a greater appreciation for life through your blog. Here's to continued good health & happiness. Hope to see you soon. Congrats!!Melvin

corvedacosta said...

happy new year

David Dust said...

Happy New Year!!! Hoping you have a healthy, happy, and prosperous 2010.

BTW, it looks like Ernest knows how to throw a party!!

XOXOXOXO

David Dust

jh/fl said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AS WELL. I WISH ONLY THE BEST FOR YOU, CONTINUE TO BE BLESSED.

John K said...

Happy New Year / Feliz Año Nuevo, Anthony, and I hope 2010 brings you many, many good things.

(And allows us to visit DR again and hang out with you!)

Anonymous said...

Anthony, on your recommendation I have gone to the Eukliptus twice. It has great service, good drinks and well priced drinks. The customers are interesting to meet. they have done some sprucing up of the place and it looks and feels better. Anthony , they have to do something about the loudness of the music. The young 20 somethings probably like the loudness but the majority of the American tourists buying drinks are of the over 35 crowd. Some left due to the loud music and others were sitting with their fingers in their ears. The money is in the tourist dollar and they will not return with the loudness......................can you help out??? It has real potential.

Anonymous said...

If you have to shout to place an order for your drinks, complain to the management directly..If everybody does that, eventually they will get the message.. 3 things that turn me away from a bar is cigarette smoke, loud music and a rude bartender

Anonymous said...

Anthony!!!! Thank you so much for allowing me to hug you, see your beautiful pad and to partake in festivities. I truly enjoyed myself, despite having to curse several people out for attempting to cheat me out of money :)

CHEERS TO THE NEW YEAR!!!

Jun.