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Muriel MacCullam
Manila,Philippines Add 1000 more cars to this picture, smog, and cardboard box house and it would look real.(Vince) Cheap transportation in the Philippines about cad 10 cents. Bohol, Palawan, Siargao, Philippines Culture, Philippines Travel, Vietnam, Brunei, Laos, Travel Tips

Auto Monday - Philippine Jeepneys -

Jeepneys are the most popular means of public transportation in the Philippines. They were originally made from US military jeeps left over from World War II and are known for their flamboyant decoration and crowded seating. They have become a … Continue reading →

no bread machine. recipe for PAN DE SAL (Filipino bread rolls) . dont forget to roll dough in bread crumbs to give it that aunthentic look. Filipino Dishes, Filipino Recipes, Asian Recipes, Filipino Food, Filipino Desserts, Lunch Room, Pinoy Food, Bread Rolls, Yeast Rolls

Pan De Sal I

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Crispy and delicious dinner rolls from the Philippines.

Christmas season in the Philippines.-Oh my gosh! This takes me back. Parols in the Philippines are so beautiful. Christmas Lanterns Diy, Christmas Lights, Christmas Time, Christmas Cards, Christmas Decorations, Christmas Ideas, Christmas In The Philippines, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture


The display of colorful lanterns marks the start of the Christmas season in the Philippines. We do have the longest Xmas holiday season in the world.

When I lived in the PI we might wake up in the morning to find one of these might beast grazing in the yard. Islamic Society, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Mindanao, Water Buffalo, Art Challenge, Asia Travel, Disney Art, Southeast Asia


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Jeepney - primary "bus" transport in the Philippines. My hubby is dying to drive one of these bad boys! we'll see how he goes. Philippines Culture, Philippines Travel, Olongapo, Jeepney, Military Jeep, Exotic Beaches, Tropical Beaches, Filipino Culture, Bohol

‘The Philippine Jeepney’ by Loreto Bautista Jr.

'The Philippine Jeepney' by Loreto Bautista Jr.. Nikon D7000