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Cebu City Philippines – Rainy Days, City Soho Mall & Smoked Chicken Sisig – Cebu Video



Cebu City Philippines – Rainy Days, City Soho Mall & Smoked Chicken Sisig

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  1. chris did you ever tried the jamaican stuff there? if not..you should…not bad food at all..quite good .. 3:59

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  2. Have you always lived in Cebu Chris? Anywhere else?

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  3. wow, what a nice meal kuya. I would get two since I am a heavy eater. Well, the rain won't be bother me a bit, I'm use to it. be lucky that you didn't went to northern Mindanao, unfortunately for them, they are suffering a flash flood situation there

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  4. If you could live someplace else in the Philippines, where would it be? There's a lot of nice places to live over there I prefer life outside the city and near the beach myself. Nice video Chris the food looked good.

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  5. Please find out if the Jamaican place serves meat patties or sometime called beef patties? When I lived in Jamaica one of my favorite lunchtime meals was 2 meat patties and a beer.

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  6. chris do you know how to speak tagalog and bisaya language?? how about your beautiful daughter, only english??

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  7. Nice intro, Chris!! The eggs looked yummy!

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  8. if you want a fast and cheap meal, then the food court will do that but if you are looking for authenticity and good taste, its not it. and that where the real PH food dilemma lies, the mall dominates all aspect of business culture that individual mom and pop restaurants that serve real local food are very rare and in between. you don't find local entrepreneurs wanting to open a real restaurant or a home based resto( where they live upstairs and business downstairs) where the authenticity of the menu can be showcased but most opted to open fast food stalls in malls across the Ph. mom and pop restos are never an upscale kind of place and the prices are very competitive or often lower cost than mall food and the quality are much better too. too bad the Ph citizens dont see this as a beneficial to its own culture where recipes and dishes are passed down from generation to generation in family style resto. but instead, pour all businesses from beds to burgers into malls.

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  9. We were just on that street during the Sinulog. Chixie pointed at your street "That is where Chris lives" 😀 We were going to eat there at that little mall but Felix called so we headed toward him. I love the speed up on the video. The logo really looks nice bud!

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  10. That back way makes it really close to your place. Nice trees! ;)

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  11. Hey Chris, how long does it take you to upload your vids, after editing?

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  12. Hey Chris, my wife and I love your videos. There are many expat channels with big personalities on YouTube, but we love your down to earth, everyday life videos the most. My wife is from Labangon and we will be back in Cebu City in March. Let me know if you need anything from the US. It looks like we will be staying very close to you. We usually grab a lunch or two at Cybergate

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  13. Stay dry Chris, very good video enjoyed it. Thank you.

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