Interesting And Fun Fact About The Philippines, Jeepney | Comic

March 7, 2022

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Fun Fact About The Philippines, The Packed Jeepney

Last panels, I showed comics that you’d to see in the country from the airport to the shopping mall, food and, streets. This time around, let me share another fun fact about the Philippines that I experienced. It’s their way of transportation.

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There are various types of transportation in the Philippines. The LRT, Taxi, Tricycle, Trisikad, van, bus, habal-habal, the jeepney and more. One of the transportations that shocked me when I first saw it was the jeepney. It is not because I haven’t seen any jeepney, but because it was so PACKED.

If you’re looking for cheap transportation and up for an adventure in the Philippines, you should try the jeepney. I tried it many times but, it still confuses me. Jeepney drivers have their courses and, you have to change it, maybe around a couple of times. Also, you have to prepare yourself perhaps you can bring your fan? Why? Because it’ll be so overcrowded inside out. (LOL)

Inside the jeepney, Filipinos will greet you warmly, ask you questions and, try to start a conversation with you. They are good speakers and, the majority of them can speak the universal language. Amazing right? You can also witness different scenarios inside, like a crying child, loud laughter and conversation, people eating snacks or, just sleeping and doing nothing.

Riding a packed jeepney seems to be dangerous, but for people who are living in the Philippines, it’s the usual scene. I can assure you that the whole ride will be enjoyable and unforgettable for you and your friends. The last panel of the comics is an example of how packed the jeepney is. It’s only in the Philippines!

How about you? What’s your jeepney story? Share your thoughts and experiences down below.

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