The Simple Life in the Province


Corn Plantation | Isabela, Philippines
Traveling back to my hometown always make me miss the joys of living a simple life.
Everyday, I get to see corn plantation

and rice fields.

farmer and his carabaos

Even along the highway, I see farmers with their best friends.

farming

Most families' income comes from farming.


The low lying mountains look so far yet so very near.

river under the bridge

The river is where the native people bathe and wash their clothes


and the main means of transportation is riding a tricycle.

I MISS THE SIMPLE LIFESTYLE IN MY HOMETOWN!
OUR WORLD TUESDAY
OUTDOOR WEDNESDAY

9 comments:

  1. Lovely images... many thanks for sharing this way of life..

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  2. A lovely look at your hometown, Cher! I guess there are times when we all do -- I know that I'm one of those! Hope you have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  3. aching to be home Che? same here, can't wait to see rice fields and sugar cane fields again :) and hope to see you :)

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  4. I've always dream of retiring in the province, even if we don't have a province. At least have the liberty to choose a province of my liking. :) A simple life is always the best life. Great post!

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  5. The views make me feel so nostalgic!

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  6. i miss my summer vacation also. ^0^
    as a kid, we usually have it at my granny's province,
    what i miss the most was the food, the beach, and the simple joys of life like you said.
    hmmm, if i had to choose between city and country life though,
    i'd chose the former.
    i think i was already spoiled by too much telly and everything. ^0^

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  7. The same scene in my hometown ! I regret that I didn't go there last time I went home. Maybe next time !

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  8. Looks like very fertile land. I haven't been back to my hometown in years. But it is in the middle of a very large city and hasn't done too well. - Margy

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