Aside from being naturally friendly, Filipinos are also widely applauded for being hospitable people. Filipinos love entertaining guests. No matter who you are--a relative or a stranger--you can be sure that your hosts will offer you something to satisfy your needs and make you feel welcome however difficult the time is. For Filipinos, serving other people the best of what they have is an honor and a promise of true friendship.
Filipino dishes are truly exotic and that's why the Filipinos are indiscriminate food lovers. Even famous chef and writer, Anthony Bourdain, could not help but be awed by Cebu's crispy lechon and Pampanga's sizzling sisig when he visited the country to shoot an episode for his travel show. He boasted that the slow roasted lechon of Cebu was the best that he has ever \-tasted and put it on the top of his list; while, he professed that the sisig was one of the world's best beer drinking dishes.
Filipinos are talented people, especially in singing--almost everyone in the country loves to sing! Whereas before they only have the song hits as their trusty companions, now there are karaokes and videokes everywhere to help them out! Entertaining guests during special occasions is no longer a problem. Just bring out either a karaoke or videoke, and you can expect the singing and the party to go all night long!
The Philippine is made up of more than 7,107 islands and is said to be the world's second largest archipelago. It is no wonder then that there are lots of wonderful beaches to go to--from Batanes to Zamboanga. And for years now, Boracay has always been, and is still, a hit among the tourists, local or foreign with its fine white sands and crystal clear waters.
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