The trip to my hometown was one of the many things that my Prince was looking forward to during his short stint in the Philippines. It will be the moment that he will get to finally meet my Pretty Mama, two younger brothers, and our doggies, Budotz and Ewoks among others, LOL! The moment the plane touched down at GenSan Airport, I can’t help but exclaim:
We’re finally home!
One thing noticeable when we arrived was the humidity as he was warned beforehand. There were actually lots of stuff that I’ve briefed him about prior to his arrival especially about the Filipino culture. I must say he remembered them all and somehow was able to embrace some 😉
In the Philippines, “pagmamano” is a custom/ gesture of the Filipinos as a sign of respect and a way for greeting the elders.
Inside the house, Filipinos wear slippers different from the ones we’re using when we go outside. Upon arrival at home, I gave him the slipper for him to wear but he said:
“NO, I don’t wear slippers when I am inside the house.”
But since I kept on insisting, he had no other choice but wear them. LOL!
He was able to finally meet our cute, adorable, and spoiled little Ewoks:
After having a little chat with my mother and my brothers over lunch, we went to the mall to buy some stuff.
Hot shower is never a necessity in Filipino households. For two days, he took a shower without it until my mother told me I have to boil some water and make him use the bucket instead of the shower, LOL!
I’ve previously mentioned that he was able to take a jeepney and also the train in Manila. Of course, in Gensan, we boast of our tricycle as our primary mode of transportation, LOL!
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