Sabaw sa bariles– HIGOP ta mga higala! Pampasingot, pampagatas (lol), ug panlaban sa katugnaw, labi pa nga gi-snowhan mi ug balik diri karon! 😀
Tin-aw kaayo akong sabaw ba, pwede ka maka-snorkel diha. Hahaha. Pero lami man daw ingon si bana ug anak, maong mahurot ra gihapon ni nila! 😛
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HIGOP (sip sa eningles pa) akong tampo karong semanaha alang sa letrang H. Tara, tan-awon nato ang tampo sa uban diring dapita:
I am not into banana at all, except for tundan and kardaba or sab-a in Philippines that we can steam when riped or still steamed when unripe and dipped into ginamos. Among these fruits in my basket, I can only bear with oranges, a little bit of apple, and my savior– the grapefruits!
Are you a fruit eater?
I am! I love mangoes– riped or not. I love watermelon. Jackfruit. Grapes. Avocados. And so many more.
Hailing from a tropical country, the fruits that are found here in the US are different to what I have been used to. On my first days here, I feasted on apples, strawberries, and grapes– fruits that are rarely found back home and are really truly expensive. Now after several years of being surrounded with these ones, it’s the old-fashioned tropical fruities that I so missed and craved. Until my next Pinas trip!
One kind that I couldn’t get enough though is the Florida grapefruit. Oh man, this fruit yields a whole lot of antioxidant and vitamin C that can prevent me and my household from getting sick especially from colds and flu. It is our secret from staying healthy and cold-free and if you don’t know it yet, if grapefruits are accessible in your area, I hope you’ll give it a try! 😉