sipa and patint
\Sipa (lit. kick or to kick) is the Philippines' traditional native sport which predates Spanish rule. The game is related to Sepak Takraw. Similar games include Footbag net, Footvolley, Bossaball and Jianzi.
do you mean clothes style or what
Being religious because the Spaniards were the ones who introduced Roman Catholicism in the Philippines.
he wrote the noli me tangere to awaken under the slavery and cruelty of spaniards.
Journalism started in the Philippines during the 16th century. But it was in 1887 when Filipinos started to write on their own without the influence of the Spaniards.
The Spaniards are in Spain.
because the Spaniards sent Magellan to an expectoration to the east by the Spaniards
The local Philippine adobo was said to be a combination of the different influences of the Philippines from other countries like Chinese, Spaniards and Malay Settlers. The greatest influence of the dish would be the Spaniards as this is a Spanish-inspired recipe like the paella. The Chinese is where the Adbo found its key ingredient Soy Sauce while it is from the Spaniards that the name emerged.
Unsurprisingly, Spaniards come from Spain.
the media particuarly have on the games
Probably the Spaniards captured wild horses. Probably the Spaniards captured wild horses.
what are the places named by the spaniards
The Spaniards were close with Inca.