Thursday, 21 February 2013

LATEST: Feature - The marvels of Masbate

Tourist destination in Bicol is a melting pot of cultures and traditions
Inviting surf ... tourists love to hear the sound of the waves.
MASBATE beguiles with its string of promises – rich historical background, stretches of powdery white beaches that stir images of famed Boracay, kilometric public market that feed appetites and imagination, and most breathtakingly, other than the scenic sights, an annual rodeo event that mark Masbate’s claim as the country’s “Cattle Capital”.
Meander through the province and its capital Masbate City for photographs of stuff Philippine folklore is made of – the rough riding cowboys/cowgirls and parade of a thousand horses, pupils nonchalantly navigating fragile bamboo bridge stretching across the waters towards the next barangay, Buntod sandbar, sanctuary to mangroves and fish is a white powdery sand where participants will stay a day for glamour and portrait your studies and a bit of sports – tug of war; lunch is seafood galore for Masbate is a legend for seafood delights; aside from being the cattle capital of the Philippines.
There is more to Mandy Navasero Masbate Rodeo Photo Safari above the raucous, roughriding “Rodeo MasbateƱos” annually every summer; this invite should not be refused. It is an experience not easily duplicated within the 7,100 islands of the Philippines,
Join Mandy Navasero Masbate Rodeo Photo Safari on April 8-11, 2013.
Registration now open to local and foreign tourists.
To amateurs and non photographers. Call 8963208 or 09155430482 or email luzamandolina@yahoo.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit - Malaya

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