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Food in the Philippines is incredible, it’s as simple as that.
One thing that shocked me, however, was the choice of breakfast food.
I’ve always been accustomed to one or two pieces of bacon or a juicy Cumberland sausage in the morning, but now I get mood swings if I haven’t eaten half a pig and a kilo of rice by 9am! I’ve always been a little partial to loudly and drunkenly screaming out Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer,” but since being with Kach I’ve developed a sixth sense, which I have decided to call, ‘Microphonia.’ I can sense a Karaoke machine within a 20-mile radius and I’m quite prepared to kill for a can of Red Horse beer and the chance to sing Pusong Bato in a bar full of random strangers!
I will never haggle like a Filipino Growing up in Africa, I had plenty of opportunities to observe my parents negotiating down the price of everything from fruit and vegetables, to decorative woodcarvings and even (ahem) speeding tickets.
So obviously some of this bargaining power must have rubbed off on me, right?
Sure, I can get a few dollars off the price of some tourist souvenirs in the market and maybe even bargain down my overnight bus ticket a little, but I’m no match for Kach.
– , working his way around the world finding new and interesting ways to support a life of long-term travel.
‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’ does not even begin to describe an angry Filipina – You have been warned!
If there is one thing that a solid relationship relies on, it is the wholehearted trust earned by your partner.
For Filipina women, the most important thing to them, especially in cross-cultural relationships, is trust.
No, seriously it’s awesome, Filipina grandmas have magic food powers!
– Lots of meat, marinated in vinegar, soy sauce and garlic…with rice! ), with sugar and salt, then fried till crispy…with rice!