Buying fish at Iloilo City Public Market The markets of Iloilo Province are listed below, but first a few comments on why I love to shop at the markets, using the Iloilo Central Market as an example. The Iloilo Central Market is everything the modern Western supermarket is not. The Central Market is vast and cavernous, it’s dark, damp and smelly, with hundreds of stalls selling everything from bolo knives to chicken’s feet. We love shopping there. At first the market seems a chaotic jumble, but once you eyes adjust to the dim light, the senses settle down, you can see that the market is organized in sections based on what’s being sold and that the merchants there are well-established businesses, with their own clientele of “sukis” — regular customers. Many well-heeled Filipinos do most of their shopping at the markets, being driven there by their drivers in their SUVs. It’s unfortunate that the Iloilo public market facilities are so ramshackle, so obviously neglected. Millions and billions are put into new flyovers and swanky airports which the average Filipino will never use, but the public markets are allowed to deteriorate even though they are depended on …
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Guide to Moving & Living in Paradise!
Have you ever wanted to quit your job, get out of the rat race, and move to a tropical paradise? Are you tired of your daily commute, tired of your boss, and just plain tired of the same old routine? Dave was. So he moved to the Philippines with his beautiful Filipina wife of over ten years and now lives on a rural province known for its sweet mangoes and white sandy beaches.