Sunday, February 10, 2008

Opai = BOOBS in Japanese!

Hello, I'm Bobbi Billard and I'm your tour guide. I'm going to take you along with ME on my recent trip to Haiti. We will be accompanied by the lovely Ika (whose voice you will hear in the background of my videos). And the good news is that you won't even have to get up from your computer chair. *wink wink*

In this first video, we are on the plane in first class. We are traveling from Miami to Haiti. We are laughing and being sarcastic about being "bitches in first class". LOL! So kick your feet up, sit back, and relax. Cheers ya'll! Enjoy!


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Cliff Notes: In case you were wondering what I said after I said "Cheers", I said "Opai". "Opai" is MY way of saying "Cheers" and it has been a long time joke of mine. The word Opai actually means boobs in Japanese... and Kampai means cheers. As you can see, they sound a little bit similar. So, when I go to a sushi bar, I always make it a point to sit at the bar, order some sake, and yell out Opai instead of Kampai while watching the reactions from the sushi chefs. They either think I am a dumb blonde that is confused about how to properly say cheers, or they think it is funny because I'm extremely busty and I'm cheers-ing to boobs, or they are very traditional and not quite sure how to react. Either way, it's always guaranteed for a good laugh! :)

We are about to land at the Port au Prince Airport in Haiti. Fasten your seatbelts and put your seats back in the upright position. Haiti... here we come!


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We are finally here! Woohoo! Welcome to my trip to Haiti bitches! And I really hope you enjoyed watching me walk the runway. ;)

Remember... There's no such thing as too HOT, too SKINNY, or too RICH. I'm still trying to find out if that's true. I promised that I'll be sure to let you know just as soon as I figure it out.

Fasten your seatbelt, we are going for a ride. I've got shotgun! For safety purposes, we'll be riding around in a bullet proof car. Can someone please pass me my Kevlar bra? We'll be at the beach house in about an hour and a half...


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The song playing in the background is from a CD we were playing while driving. Since you guys often ask about the music, it is called Life (Original Mix) by Atfc. At the time, I wasn't paying much attention to it. I was too busy looking around and taking everything in. However, looking back and watching the clips from our trip, I think that this song was very fitting for the drive.

We made it to the beach house safe, in one piece. Lucky you! You missed the stressful part of the car ride. We weren't filming but I thought we were going to die! The roads in Haiti are much different than in the U.S. We were driving over 100 MPH on bumpy dirt roads where there were head on collisions approaching towards us; cows, horses, goats and kids ready to dart out into the road at any given second; mack trucks, busses, and tap-taps (Haitian cabs) running you off the road, etc. Enough about that though. I came to Haiti to have a good time and it's time to relax at the beach... I'm going to try to lay out and get some sunshine after all of that craziness.


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The next day we packed our things and headed back to Ika's parents' house. Her mom had a big party planned for Christmas eve.


Now it's time for the party. Yo! Will someone pour me some more liquid courage please? I was at this Christmas eve party with Ika and a bunch of her relatives and friends. I'm a bit shy around people I don't know that well. Everyone was downstairs by the pool dancing to some extremely loud Haitian music. I can only imagine how loud it must have been down there where the speakers were. The music was really nice but you know you're getting old when you complain about how loud the music is. LOL! Forgive me... I had just had a birthday. Allow me to sulk for a bit.


Anyway, Merry Xmas Eve ya'll! Too bad I wasn't home to spend it with you all but this will have to do. Better late than never right?

This last video is a slideshow of images taken during my trip so check it out. You'll see the New Years Eve celebration along with everything else that we did.


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Hope you had fun. I'm off to bed now. Nite nite! :)

XoXoX,
Bobbi Billard
www.bobbibillard.com

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