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Foreigners flock into our country especially when it’s summer to experience our great beaches and food. If you’re a foreigner, enjoy your stay! You might notice these Filipino practices while staying in our beautiful country:
Street vendors, carinderias, restaurants, fast food chains, you’ll never run out of food if you just have money to spend. Good news is everything is cheap in the Philippines (well, compared to, say, U.S.).
Well, this snack is also found in other neighboring countries like Vietnam but it’s more known in the Philippines.insights-philippines.de
Pinoys believe that balut can make your knees stronger and it’s also aphrodisiac! Balut vendors usually appear in the darkness of the night so you can eat it at a dim environment where you can’t see its grossness!
Be it soy sauce or vinegar or ketchup, be sure to dip your pork chop like your Filipino homies! It’s a Filipino kind of thing, we love sawsawan! It’s a common practice to dip every kind of food, even it’s already flavorful on itself!
You should try it as well! There’s a profound Filipino saying that goes “Walang matigas na tinapay sa mainit na kape!” (There’s no hard bread to a hot coffee!)
We have President Noynoy, Senator Bongbong, and you can call me Chanchan!
And you can see basketball courts (even makeshift ones) in every towns here in the Philippines.Wikipedia
Filipinos do love to practice their basketball skills even if they’re… well… short!
Don’t worry, they’re just keeping their electric bill minimal – relying on natural wind instead of using electric fan!Regina Belmonte via junsabayton.tumblr.com
Excerpt from A Matter of Taste by Matthew Sutherlandintervidaph.org