When studying in the Philippines English schools, what does your breakfast will look like?
You decided to study English in the Philippines but worry about what would your life in the Philippines look like? What will you eat? Where will you go? What will you do except for studying English? How can you make your time studying abroad more efficient? In this article we will show you different breakfast options you can have while studying at ETHOS English school in Cebu.
One of the students who studied English in the Philippines made a report of all his expenses for food during one moth he was in Cebu. His total spending on food was 9,439 pesos (USD$ 178). In this article we will discuss breakfast only.
ETHOS has different options on accommodation, a homestay plan is when you stay at an American instructor’s home.
The homestay plan comes with breakfast, and you have to arrange your own lunch and dinner.
Living in an American family gives you a chance to experience every moment of American culture. You not only learn how to speak English and how English is used by the native speakers in their daily life, you experience the whole lifestyle. Food is a very important part of our life and for Americans breakfast is very important part of their culture.
So lets see what breakfast you can expect if you chose a homestay option to study English in ETHOS.
Breakfast when studying English in the Philippines. 1. Pancake.
Pancake is a traditional breakfast in America. You can eat it with different toppings. Jam, caramel, and maple syrup are the first to come in mind.
Breakfast when studying English in the Philippines. 2. Ham sandwich.
Ham sandwich and jam sandwich are popular breakfast options over the world.
Breakfast when studying English in the Philippines. 3. Cereal.
This cereal is the home-made and very healthy. Usually you have your cereal with milk. Some people eat it without milk like a dry snack. Both ways are very tasty and healthy. You can use cereal as a healthy snack during the day as well.
Let’s take a little break from the breakfast. When I say break I mean lunch break. What can you have for lunch? There is a lady who brings lunch to school every day. You can choose any of the option. Even if you take 2 dishes and rice, you can have lunch for less than 100 pesos ($2).
Breakfast when studying English in the Philippines. 4. Sausage and bread.
Breakfast when studying English in the Philippines. 5. French toast.
We introduced 5 types of the breakfast you can expect from the homestay option when you study English in Ethos.
Of course there are other options and we will discuss them later. The 5 options for breakfast that we introduced students experienced in the house of the owner of the school – Barry. Breakfast in provided by other homestay hosts can be different.
Information and pictures are taken originally from www.ethosjp.com – Japanese representative of ETHOS.