Filipinos are popular for being hospitable even to complete strangers.
Growing inside the negative and cautious atmosphere of Metro Manila, I had doubts if this so-called hospitality-to-strangers of Filipinos was real. I’ve heard such a concept from teachers, radio, television and other blogs but never really considered it as a reality until I experienced it first-hand in Batangas.
It could have been an isolated case in Batangas and can never be found elsewhere in other regions of the Philippines but these 7 Pinoy Travel Bloggers proved me wrong.
Ivan of Batang Lakwatsero
Sa Ilocos libre po ang bahay na tinuluyan namin for 4 days, transpo from Vigan to Pagudpud, pagkain namin sa daan at isang supot ng tupig para ipasalubong. Talagang willing po silang iikot kami sa buong Ilocos. Nagastos ko lang po ata nuon ay pamasahe sa bus (Manila-Paoay-Manila) tsaka konting pasalubong at souvenir shirt.
Nung Masira yung jeep na sinasakyan namin papuntang Currimao Beach, akala namin hindi na tuloy pero nag-insist sila na kailangan kaming makapagbeach bago umuwi ng Maynila. Kaya ang sinakyan namin ay yung truck nila sa negosyo. Asa likod kaming lahat.
Thanks sa Abundo Clan, most especially kay uncle na hindi namin natanong yung