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September 20, 2019. We will be leaving this city in few days, therefore, to not waste time, we decided to we went to Pasalubong market to buy gifts. Many kinds of souvenirs can be found here.

We also went to Gaisano Mall and play in a game station there. Since we only had few days left, we use this chance to taste Philippines street food we haven’t try before. Our buddies told us that they will prepare a “Boodle Fight”. It’s a tradition where the Philippines people cook a lot of food and they serve the food on top of a long banana leaf. Then we should eat together with hands. This tradition is similar with the one in my province name “Makan Patita”.

Who doesn’t know Philippines exotic food ” Balut “? They said you don’t really go to Philippine if you haven’t tried balut. So, Me and my friends were strengthen our heart to taste it. I admit that to eat this food without concerning its’ appearance is really hard. I almost couldn’t swallow the first bite. It taste really fishy, and when it enter the mouth I can feel the fuzz, head, even the beak of duck embryo. It was an unforgettable experience for sure.

We spent the whole day having fun together .

Published by daughterofalifuru

Hotumese! Hi, I'm assuming you have already noticed my name above :) so you can call me Ian or Liany. I am 21 y.o and I am studying in English Education Study Program. I am a freelancer, my profession is translator so if you have journals, texts, or articles to translate (Especially for English-Indo and Indo-English) don't hesitate to check this Ig account : @always.dotranslation. Enough for the promotion (hehe), and I'll tell one more thing about myself. I am a girl who extremely proud of my culture especially Molucan culture. Since I was born I was raised in Ukulele's sound near the beach, I grew up in Alifuru Tribe surroundings, the deep of the ocean is nothing for my people. I would like to write more but it's better for you to find out in my blog. I hope my blog will help you to learn about SEA- Teacher program, My culture and Experiences that I'll kindly share. :) Salam Mahina Moi :)

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