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Philippines currency are in peso. $1 is equivalent to about 40-45 pesos depending on the exchange rate. Many places will accept dollars but I suggest that you exchange your money in pesos or use your credit card to pay.
Joss money is burnt to convey the sincerity and loyalty of the worshipper, Taiwan Ghost money is burnt in small braziers outside of shops, businesses and restaurants in the afternoon, so that the money can pass into the spiritual realm for people's ancestors.
I've got my camera, money, and bag so that I can go shopping or carry all of my belongings without getting pick-pocketed. I recently got a bus card which makes riding a city bus 50 cents, or five jiao. Even though it's spring, I like to wear gloves. They come in handy when I am holding onto a metal rail. I've got Teletubbies on my bedsheets, but please excuse me. By the way, Chelsea FC is apparently a British soccer team.
I make alot of cents, and pence, gold, myrrh and frankincense when I'm in France they blow me francs frank, with your Swiss account is the way I bank. At home, I make bills a brown from my sound, in the States green like the grass in the ground when I'm in England, they pass me pounds now. I collect cash in every town!
I make alot of cents, sense, and pence Gold (gold), myrrh and frakincense When i'm in france they blow me francs Frank, with your swiss account is the way i bank At home, I make bills are brown from my sound In the states green like the grass in the ground When i'm in england, they pass me pounds now I clock cash in every town - Maestro Fresh Wes: Let Your Backbone Slide