Monday, October 17, 2011

Monday Photos - Sultan Mastura, Maguindanao

Blazing sunset showers the rice fields and coconut plantations.

I travelled recently to Sultan Mastura in the Province of Maguindanao  in the southern part of the Philippines. It was noticeably peaceful with people trying to live their lives to the fullest. Here are some of what nature offer visitors in the municipality.

One of the bluest skies I've seen in a long while. It must be the  clean air and atmosphere.

Another sunset shot this time by the beach of Sultan Mastura.

Black and white take on the sunset.

An  example of the flowers which bloom this time of the year.

Examples of foods which you may want to sample if you decide to visit
the place. Mudfish, native upland red rice, sea weeds garnished with tomatoes,
onions and native lemon called calamansi.

Public transport in Maguindanao. Locals said that those on top of the vehicle pay P5.00 while those
 inside local version of a jeepney pay P35 for the ride.

A native variety of Durian, considered by many as the King of Fruits.

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