• The fresh fish market in Manila. Lots of great sites and smell.

    The fresh fish market in Manila. Lots of great sites and smell.

    published: 04 Dec 2013
  • Street Vendor In Manila Preparing My 1st Ever Fresh Coconut

    Melanie and I went out to a street vendor for a fresh coconut. This was my first ever fresh coconut like this. The vendor cut the coconut with a machete as we watched. Then she cut a hole to pour out the juice into a bag. Next she cut the coconut in half and scooped out the soft meat with a thin knife. Melanie and I drank the fresh juice together and I gave my first impressions. I am surprised at the mild flavor of a fresh coconut. I have only had the old dry ones at the grocery store. This barely tastes like the coconuts I know back home. It is good and refreshing. After drinking the juice we also enjoyed the coconut meat. It was very mild tasting as well. But good. Follow my daily progress on the path to self sufficiency on my off grid solar homestead. https://www.youtube.com/user/t...

    published: 16 Sep 2015
  • Seafood and fish at the Paranaque (Manila) fish market. Fresh, cheap and delicious.

    This video shows a visit to the seafood and fish market in Paranaque City, near Manila. The seafood here is absolutely fresh, with a range of fish, crabs, mussels, shrimps etc. The prices are very reasonable, and the quality is excellent. Please visit us at http://.unitedcomputerconsultants.weebly.com/blog-for-english Like us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/unitedcomputerconsultants

    published: 04 Apr 2015
  • Fresh Scoop: @HalalGuys in Manila!

    Read: THE HALAL GUYS: New York's Most Famous Street Cart now in Manila! @HalalGuys http://www.ourawesomeplanet.com/awesome/2015/10/the-halal-guys-ph.html New York's very own and World Famous The Halal Guys food cart is now in Manila! Founded in 1990 by Muhammad Abouelenein, Ahmed Elsaka, and Abdelbaset Elsayed from Egypt, the trio wanted to bring an authentic Halal street food concept to New York City. From a single food cart to what is now considered one of the most successful food chains in the Big Apple, The Halal Guys have establishments across the US and are now expanding into the international market—with the Philippines being the first location. Here are some tips on how to enjoy your Halal Guys PH experience... THE HALAL GUYS PH 5the level SM Mega Food Hall, SM Megamal...

    published: 09 Oct 2015
  • Fresh Grated Coconut Milk Cartimar Market Pasay City Metro Manila Philippines by HourPhilippines.com

    Fresh Grated Coconut Milk Cartimar Market Pasay City Metro Manila Philippines. We like to make fresh Coconut milk for our home made curries or stewed vegetable dishes. It is not readily available to find in supermarkets in Manila so usually go to a wet market like Cartimar in Pasay City. Fresh coconut milk is made from the grated meat of a brown coconut which you can buy for PHP 20! You can then squeeze the grated coconut meat to make fresh conconut milk which is a thousand times more flavorful than the canned variety. MABUHAY and Welcome to HourPhilippines TV! Thanks for dropping by. Please subscribe, like, share and comment on our videos! ♥ We upload daily and weekly! Your essential guide to unforgettable food, travel and nightlife adventures in the Philippines and beyond! ...

    published: 25 Oct 2015
  • Fresh Seafood in the Philippines at Dampa or Seaside

    http://WhenInManila.com For more info about Manila and the Philippines, check out http://WhenInManila.com

    published: 27 Oct 2010
  • Fresh Buko Juice Washington Street Market Makati Manila by HourPhilippines.com

    Fresh Buko Juice Washington Street Market Makati. Fresh Buko juice for only PHP 20.00 ($US 0.50) at the Washington Street Market in Makati. It doesn't get any more local than this! Thank you for watching. For more awesome videos on Philippine Food | Travel | Lifestyle Please Subscribe to HourPhilippines TV! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lordancheta For exclusive content check out our website: http://www.hourphilippines.com/ Life is way too short, make today the first day of the rest of your life! Cheers, Lord and Aksana

    published: 04 Sep 2014
  • "jerkin so fresh" (ft. dope boys) manila

    this video was created for dope boys in collaboration with the rangers hahaha we love rangers here in philippines ..like us DOPE BOYS

    published: 15 Mar 2011
  • Super Fresh and Cheap Seafood Market in Manila

    The wide variety of fresh seafood here is dazzling. The atmosphere is merry and gay with everyone happily jostling for business. We'll do our shopping here, then find one of the many restaurants in the near vicinity to wok up your seafood. We choose Super Wok for it's friendly and efficient service. The food is great too.

    published: 30 Jun 2010
  • Manila: Condo Scam, Midget Boxing, Makati Food Market, Tagaytay, Philippines S1 Ep10

    A condo group tried to scam me, so I go back to The Clipper Hotel in Makati Manila. Andoks fast food restaurant, known for litson manok (roasted chicken). Midget Boxing at Ringside Bar. Makati Fresh Food Market and lookout of Taal Volcano in Tagaytay. Tried ArmyNavy Burger + Burito, and Yellow Cab Pizza, in Tagaytay. Then Nihonbashi Tei Japanese Restaurant, 806 Arnaiz Avenue, Pasay Road, Makati Manila. B Adventures: Travel Philippines, Season 1, Episode (10/26). Subscribe on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/badventures Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/BAdventuresAU The Clipper Hotel 5766 Ebro Street, P. Burgos Poblacion Makati City Tel. No. : (632)890-8577 / 895-7534 http://www.theclipperhotel.com/index.html https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Clipper-Hotel-Manila/278140325625542?s...

    published: 25 Feb 2014
The fresh fish market in Manila. Lots of great sites and smell.

The fresh fish market in Manila. Lots of great sites and smell.

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The fresh fish market in Manila. Lots of great sites and smell.
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Street Vendor In Manila Preparing My 1st Ever Fresh Coconut

Street Vendor In Manila Preparing My 1st Ever Fresh Coconut

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  • Updated: 16 Sep 2015
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Melanie and I went out to a street vendor for a fresh coconut. This was my first ever fresh coconut like this. The vendor cut the coconut with a machete as we watched. Then she cut a hole to pour out the juice into a bag. Next she cut the coconut in half and scooped out the soft meat with a thin knife. Melanie and I drank the fresh juice together and I gave my first impressions. I am surprised at the mild flavor of a fresh coconut. I have only had the old dry ones at the grocery store. This barely tastes like the coconuts I know back home. It is good and refreshing. After drinking the juice we also enjoyed the coconut meat. It was very mild tasting as well. But good. Follow my daily progress on the path to self sufficiency on my off grid solar homestead. https://www.youtube.com/user/techman2015/playlists?view=50&shelf_id=10&sort=dd Join The Off Grid Project ™ and The Do It Yourself World ™ forum and share your ideas, tips and projects. http://www.thedoityourselfworld.com/forum The Off Grid Project ™ is presented by The Do It Yourself World ™. http://www.TheDoItYourselfworld.com
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Seafood and fish at the Paranaque (Manila) fish market. Fresh, cheap and delicious.

Seafood and fish at the Paranaque (Manila) fish market. Fresh, cheap and delicious.

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  • Updated: 04 Apr 2015
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This video shows a visit to the seafood and fish market in Paranaque City, near Manila. The seafood here is absolutely fresh, with a range of fish, crabs, mussels, shrimps etc. The prices are very reasonable, and the quality is excellent. Please visit us at http://.unitedcomputerconsultants.weebly.com/blog-for-english Like us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/unitedcomputerconsultants
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Fresh Scoop: @HalalGuys in Manila!

Fresh Scoop: @HalalGuys in Manila!

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  • Updated: 09 Oct 2015
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Read: THE HALAL GUYS: New York's Most Famous Street Cart now in Manila! @HalalGuys http://www.ourawesomeplanet.com/awesome/2015/10/the-halal-guys-ph.html New York's very own and World Famous The Halal Guys food cart is now in Manila! Founded in 1990 by Muhammad Abouelenein, Ahmed Elsaka, and Abdelbaset Elsayed from Egypt, the trio wanted to bring an authentic Halal street food concept to New York City. From a single food cart to what is now considered one of the most successful food chains in the Big Apple, The Halal Guys have establishments across the US and are now expanding into the international market—with the Philippines being the first location. Here are some tips on how to enjoy your Halal Guys PH experience... THE HALAL GUYS PH 5the level SM Mega Food Hall, SM Megamall Telephone: +632 858-7080 Instagram: @thehalalguysph Facebook: TheHalalGuysPhilippines Website: http://thehalalguys.com The Halal Guys PH offers the same popular menu offered in their New York Street Carts including the rice platters (chicken, beef gyro, combos) to sandwiches (chicken, beef gyro, combos), falafels and their famed white sauce and hot sauce. Too bad they don't have the lamb gyro in the PH branch. The first branch is located at the 5th level SM Mega Food Hall, SM Mega Fashion Hall. It is the first ever restaurant accredited by the Halal Development Institute of the Philippines (HDIP), a globally recognized Halal Certification accepted in the US. The sandwich prices range from P175 - P369, while the rice platter prices range from P199 - P469. (Click here for a bigger menu version) We like how they customized their serving size depending on a regular Filipino's appetite. For the ladies we suggest you order the small, for the guys the regular and for those with a big appetite, the New York size. The New York Size portion is huge and big enough for sharing. Add +P30 to order it with drinks. ★ Gyro & Chicken Combo (P469 - solo, New York Size). We recommend ordering their best seller - Gyro (beef) & Chicken combo to share. It's shredded grilled chicken meat with roasted beef chopped to bits before crisping on the grill. It is served with pita bread, bright orange jasmine rice, shredded lettuce, and chopped tomatoes drenched in their mayonnaise-like creamy, tangy white sauce. The Philippines franchise decided to use a better tasting jasmine rice instead of basmati rice used in New York. ★ Gyro Sandwich (P369 - solo, New York size) The Halal Guys beef is juicy and seasoned well with spices. It's halal beef imported from the US. ★ Chicken Sandwich (P349 - solo, New York size) Their spiced grilled chicken is the bestseller. The locally-sourced halal chicken has a light seasoning but a bit dry. Don't forget their mysterious white sauce called “crack” and can be quite addicting. They are serious about their extra spicy hot sauce! Chili heads would love this. Falafel is a deep-fried ball or patty made from ground chickpeas. The falafel is quite dry but flavorful with a crunchy exterior and soft middle. Best to eat it together with the vegetables and sauce. Falafel Sandwich (P199 - solo, small). The pita bread is thick and the PH version is not as porous as that in New York, but it taste almost the same. :) We love The Halal Guys in Manila! It gives you a taste of the street food flavors of New York City. For people who have tried the original, they say it is as good as the one at New York's 53rd and 6th. It's exactly the same recipe and ingredients except for the rice and pita bread. Order the Gyro & Chicken Combo with extra white sauce and hot sauce. It's more expensive than New York prices if you convert it but quite cheaper relatively if you order it with a drink. Budget about P300/head. (Tip: For dessert, order ice cream from Dojo Diary or drinks from Sweetea's by da.u.de.) The location in the SM Mega Food Hall is a bit off, but I heard they will soon open a take out counter in Fully Book Boni High Street in Bonifacio Global City. Congratulations Jaime and Chris Daez of Fully Booked fame for bringing The Halal Guys to the Philippines! THE HALAL GUYS PH 5the level SM Mega Food Hall, SM Megamall Telephone: +632 858-7080 Instagram: @thehalalguysph Facebook: TheHalalGuysPhilippines Website: http://thehalalguys.com
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Fresh Grated Coconut Milk Cartimar Market Pasay City Metro Manila Philippines by HourPhilippines.com

Fresh Grated Coconut Milk Cartimar Market Pasay City Metro Manila Philippines by HourPhilippines.com

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  • Updated: 25 Oct 2015
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Fresh Grated Coconut Milk Cartimar Market Pasay City Metro Manila Philippines. We like to make fresh Coconut milk for our home made curries or stewed vegetable dishes. It is not readily available to find in supermarkets in Manila so usually go to a wet market like Cartimar in Pasay City. Fresh coconut milk is made from the grated meat of a brown coconut which you can buy for PHP 20! You can then squeeze the grated coconut meat to make fresh conconut milk which is a thousand times more flavorful than the canned variety. MABUHAY and Welcome to HourPhilippines TV! Thanks for dropping by. Please subscribe, like, share and comment on our videos! ♥ We upload daily and weekly! Your essential guide to unforgettable food, travel and nightlife adventures in the Philippines and beyond! Have a great day and a fantastic life ahead! :-) Cheers, Lord and Aksana Food | Travel | Lifestyle | Parties | Nightlife | Events For business inquiries, please send us a message :-) www.HourPhilippines.com
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Fresh Seafood in the Philippines at Dampa or Seaside

Fresh Seafood in the Philippines at Dampa or Seaside

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  • Updated: 27 Oct 2010
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http://WhenInManila.com For more info about Manila and the Philippines, check out http://WhenInManila.com
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Fresh Buko Juice Washington Street Market Makati Manila by HourPhilippines.com

Fresh Buko Juice Washington Street Market Makati Manila by HourPhilippines.com

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  • Updated: 04 Sep 2014
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Fresh Buko Juice Washington Street Market Makati. Fresh Buko juice for only PHP 20.00 ($US 0.50) at the Washington Street Market in Makati. It doesn't get any more local than this! Thank you for watching. For more awesome videos on Philippine Food | Travel | Lifestyle Please Subscribe to HourPhilippines TV! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lordancheta For exclusive content check out our website: http://www.hourphilippines.com/ Life is way too short, make today the first day of the rest of your life! Cheers, Lord and Aksana
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"jerkin so fresh" (ft. dope boys) manila

"jerkin so fresh" (ft. dope boys) manila

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this video was created for dope boys in collaboration with the rangers hahaha we love rangers here in philippines ..like us DOPE BOYS
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Super Fresh and Cheap Seafood Market in Manila

Super Fresh and Cheap Seafood Market in Manila

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  • Updated: 30 Jun 2010
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The wide variety of fresh seafood here is dazzling. The atmosphere is merry and gay with everyone happily jostling for business. We'll do our shopping here, then find one of the many restaurants in the near vicinity to wok up your seafood. We choose Super Wok for it's friendly and efficient service. The food is great too.
https://wn.com/Super_Fresh_And_Cheap_Seafood_Market_In_Manila
Manila: Condo Scam, Midget Boxing, Makati Food Market, Tagaytay, Philippines S1 Ep10

Manila: Condo Scam, Midget Boxing, Makati Food Market, Tagaytay, Philippines S1 Ep10

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  • Updated: 25 Feb 2014
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A condo group tried to scam me, so I go back to The Clipper Hotel in Makati Manila. Andoks fast food restaurant, known for litson manok (roasted chicken). Midget Boxing at Ringside Bar. Makati Fresh Food Market and lookout of Taal Volcano in Tagaytay. Tried ArmyNavy Burger + Burito, and Yellow Cab Pizza, in Tagaytay. Then Nihonbashi Tei Japanese Restaurant, 806 Arnaiz Avenue, Pasay Road, Makati Manila. B Adventures: Travel Philippines, Season 1, Episode (10/26). Subscribe on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/badventures Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/BAdventuresAU The Clipper Hotel 5766 Ebro Street, P. Burgos Poblacion Makati City Tel. No. : (632)890-8577 / 895-7534 http://www.theclipperhotel.com/index.html https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Clipper-Hotel-Manila/278140325625542?sk=timeline Regarding the street people in Makati Manila, I bought many of them rice and stir fry dinners and bottled water. I interviewed a few of them off camera and they all confirmed they had come to that area for the holiday and tourist season to try beg for money from foreigners. They were there by choice, and went back to their provinces after new years. Travel Tips: Everyone spoke English and generally very friendly. Its important to have photo ID for flights, hotels, and if police ask. Its common for taxi drivers in Manila to try rip you off. Ask them nicely to put the meter on, or negotiate the price from the start if you know what it costs to your location. Otherwise find another taxi! Shopping mall culture, locals love the mall for the aircon and to get out of the heat. Locals often inflate prices for foreigners and tourists. Haggle and negotiate nicely. Be tough, but be respectful and polite about it. Shop around, you can often get a better price. "Tip" can also mean bribe, so don't be afraid to ask what you're paying for upfront. Locals often do things to try help you, but then expect a tip. The average basic worker earns PHP 200 - 300 a day. So tipping PHP 20 - 50 is fine. I have permission to use music by the following music artist, and credited below: Grapes - I Dunno https://www.youtube.com/user/smokegrapes/featured https://www.facebook.com/grapes510?_rdr=p Below music used is under a Creative Commons Licence, and creators credited below: "Eighteen Pieces" by Soda http://ccmixter.org/files/soda/16738 Australian Travel Vlogger, Philippines series, Filipino culture, Filipina, Pinoy, Pinay, travel guide, documentary, vlog, video blog, video blogger, vlogging, blogging, hotels, accommodation, explorer, exploring, travel tips, travel advice, food, comedy, wanderlust, things to do, tourist attractions, activities.
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