The kids went to their parkour lessons again today. Their workout today was more intense than their previous sessions. In the past, they would finish in about an hour and a half. But today, they went more than two hours. That’s two hours of running, jumping, falling, moving all over the place. I figured they would be very hungry afterwards, but I did not bring anything to eat for snack. Fortunately, the gym was near a marketplace. I walked around and saw a stall selling “turon” and “banana-cue”.
These are native snacks that are commonly sold in market stalls. “Turon” is made up of sliced sweet plantain bananas wrapped in spring roll wrapper and fried with sugar. “Banana-cue” is made up of whole sweet plantain bananas cooked with brown sugar and skewered on a barbecue stick. They are very affordable, delicious and available just about everywhere. I got some “turon” and a few sticks of “banana-cue” for our afternoon snack. The kids wolfed them down to the last bite. Really delicious!
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