He is not the best Karaoke singer out there but he’s brave enough to belt it out in public. To say Filipinos love to sing is an understatement. Don’t be surprised if you go to a Philippine city to find karaoke bars. It does not take much to prod someone to sing, even before drinking a bottle of beer/wine.
It was noon time and we decided all we needed at that time was some refresher. We were promised a huge glass of “halo-halo” – that Filipino favorite of shaved ice with different sweets for ingredients and milk topped with a scoop of ice cream.
Well, the halo-halo came in a medium size plastic cup. What a disappointment but as we sat there to nurse it, Mr. Karaoke entertained us. He wasn’t bad. It put the dining room at the restaurant in a party mood. In fact, it inspired one of the patrons to take over for awhile. He was only slightly better.
We left before one of us would have the nerve to get the mike from the singer.
That would have surely emptied the place fast.
My entry to Cee’s B/W Challenge: Candid Photo. To join, go here.
365 Project: Day 245