Youngsters choosing from a variety of fried banana, a local snack fare which includes “mArUyA”, “TuRoN”, and “pAypAy” from one of the stalls behind the bleachers of the oval plaza covered court.
Recently transferred there from their old site fronting the MSU Highschool Campus, these
banana-que vendors are again enjoying brisk business from clients at the surrounding offices and schools.
[…] this far since that time when a tech-challenged newbie blogger first published an entry entitled, “Banana Snack Vendors at the Oval Plaza Court” in a blog he named as BARILES REPUBLIC, An Idiot’s Guide to Gen. Santos […]
diri baya ko gisugot sa akong uyab sa highschool, nyahahahahaha =))
when i’m on duty sa RED CROSS… i always buy maruya here para may snack ako every hapon..eheheh… try their rice turon… its like biko/turon.. ehhehe!
i love my maruya wrapped in lumpia wrapper and in between merong langka….weeeee….
ormans last blog post..nakakapagod.
i wonder how many children have been sent to high school and college by parents who are among these banana stalls? this sidewalk yummy cheap and safe and healthy snack have been there for eternity..i started teaching in MSU gensan in 1987 and they were already there. what, its more than 20 years since then (oh, i feel ancient now!)and they are stil there! not only thriving but flourishing! we cant seem to have enough of bananas..probably explaines why we have such banana government sometimes….hahahahaha…i miss this food…really…arfel-toronto