Andi Eigenmann tries to eat “ubod ng niyog” and she extremely love the taste

Who would have thought that city dweller Andi Eigenmann would find more than just a surf escapade in Siargao?

Andi Eigenmann may have been living the island life for quite some time now, but her appreciation for nature has deepened more while on quarantine on the beautiful island of Siargao.

Since moving down South and letting go of her lavish life in Manila a few years back, the 29-year-old celebrity shared how spending time with her family outdoors often allowed her to teach her daughters to give importance to nature as much as she does.

Eigenmann expressed “I suddenly don’t know what to do with a big chunk of my time. I hold nature and the great outdoors in high regard because I am aware of it is able to teach my kids and the effect it can give them as they grow old.”


Moreover, she sends love as she wishes everyone well during the stay-at-home phenomenon saying, “Don’t get me wrong though, staying optimistic is not difficult for us as a family, and we are still able to manage to find activities to do that are fun and safe! I hope you all are too!”

Andi is so proud and happy with what life she has now.

Recently, Andi posted on her Instagram story their quarantine bond as a family.

They’re doing some coconut bowls.


Her husband Philmar is seen curving the coconut then handed it to Andi to made them smooth.

In another part of the video, Philmar gathered some coconut for Andi to taste the “ubod ng niyog.”

Since it’s her first time eating such food, Andi was surprised by its taste and she seems to love it.

Watch the video below:

She looks so happy.

Do you notice that?


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