Train breaks down, then stuck in traffic at EDSA. Living in Manila can be difficult. And we all know that traffic is a constant downer that just won’t go away.
Having the right snacks and food in your bag can help you survive the long hours that might occur when you are in Philippine traffic. Let’s admit it that sometimes we don’t have the time to sit and eat at the dining table. Because we don’t know how long we are going to take in traffic so we tend to always leave early. When going home we tend to miss dinner because of arriving late.
Having something to eat while on the go will make your life much easier.
Stuck in traffic? Here are 3 snacks for you
Preparing some apple slices, carrot sticks, or even grapes just fruits to take with you on the commute could just be a solution to get you to the awful traffic. These snacks will only take minutes to prepare.
There’s a number of snacks available in the streets of Manila. So you don’t have to worry about anything if you don’t have time to prepare and just want to buy something on the road. It’s just a matter of choosing which snack is best suited for your journey ahead.
Bread, bun or pandesal
These are the go-to snacks for every Filipino commuter. You can just buy them at a local bakery and start your commute. Nothing is better than hot pandesal in the morning. Coffee is a highly recommended partner of pandesal.
Now, you’re ready for the Philippine commute.