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I had great employers and colleagues and although I enjoyed my work, I couldn’t help but feel there was something missing.There had to be more to life than walking into the same building every day, seeing the same people and doing pretty much the same things over and over again.So there you have it: 5 things I’ve learned after almost two incredible years together.All I can say is this – whether it be eating pork fat for breakfast, god-awful singing or embarrassing bargaining techniques, life is a whole lot more interesting this way.After two months, Kach came to visit me in Hanoi for two weeks, where I had set myself up as an English teacher.Well, two weeks has since turned into almost two years, 7 countries, many random jobs and countless stories to tell!Take discussions to the next level with Rappler PLUS — your platform for deeper insights, closer collaboration, and meaningful action.Sign up today and access exclusive content, events, and workshops curated especially for those who crave clarity and collaboration in an intelligent, action-oriented community.
The first time that you experience this it will come as a big shock.She will completely shut down and not talk to you or even acknowledge your existence. Understand that in the East saving face is a big deal.People do not want to disrupt the harmony of the household by throwing a fit.No, seriously it’s awesome, Filipina grandmas have magic food powers!– Lots of meat, marinated in vinegar, soy sauce and garlic…with rice! ), with sugar and salt, then fried till crispy…with rice!
I’ve always been accustomed to one or two pieces of bacon or a juicy Cumberland sausage in the morning, but now I get mood swings if I haven’t eaten half a pig and a kilo of rice by 9am! I’ve always been a little partial to loudly and drunkenly screaming out Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer,” but since being with Kach I’ve developed a sixth sense, which I have decided to call, ‘Microphonia.’ I can sense a Karaoke machine within a 20-mile radius and I’m quite prepared to kill for a can of Red Horse beer and the chance to sing Pusong Bato in a bar full of random strangers!