About Philippines

food and drinks in the Philippines

The basis of Filipino cuisine is meat and seafood, vinegar, fish sauce, soy sauce and of course rice. Of course, they also eat a lot of vegetables and fruits, but I have a feeling that they would not be able to do without meat, vinegar and rice. :) Rice Rice is good for breakfast, snack, lunch ... I think it could be compared to our pastry eating. Just anytime. Salty, sweet, without anything…
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Habits in Philippines

In some ways we are the same, in some ways we are very different. In this post I deal with three customs that are very different from ours, but you have to reckon with them when traveling to the Philippines. Pagmamano In the Philippines, great emphasis is placed on family and respect for the elderly. Closely related to this is a special but beautiful custom for me called pagmamano. It is a gesture of respect and…
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Differences between Czech and Filipinos - part1

Given that the Philippines is practically on the opposite side of the Earth, it can be assumed that there will be more differences between us. In this post, I do not want to address some complex differences, but those a little less fundamental, which can sometimes surprise us or even upset us. Soft beer I don't want to look like a brownie, but the Philippines just lacks soft beer. Sure, if you…
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Where to go on Luzon - part1

Luzon Island is the largest island in the Philippines. You will find here primarily the capital of the Philippines, Manila. But since we are not so interested in cities, we will look around a little differently. And even though you may have heard more about the islands of Palawan, Bohol or Cebu from various videos and articles, there are also a lot of beautiful places in Luzon that you should not miss. 100…
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