Travel Book 2015 [Summer Edition] – Lens Project: Rodeo City

So, i have been mentioning Masbate in this blog for years now, but i am still not over with the place yet.  We are no down on the 2nd to the last post of my Travel Book 2015 [Summer Edition] Series. 

Sit back, relax and enjoy our travel down south to the Rodeo Capital of the Philippines! 

Oh sunsrise of Masbate Pass! 

Grandma must be very tired?

a close-up feel. A woman carrying her grandchild/child. 

The Masbate City port.

Do you see his hat? we just came in time because when we hit the roads, there’s a rodeo parade.

Guess what? this is the elementary school where i studied Grade 1 and 2 before migrating to Manila. 

Caption said: Don’t get sand from the beach and seashells. 
Should notify the owner upon hitting the waters, Php. 100 per cottage. 

Few more shot opportunities before leaving the island. (i was on my way to Manila) 

Inside the ferry as we took off back to Manila.(creepy still?)

Opps, im not in China, i’m in the Philippines. #MadeinChinaVessel

Yes! Rainbows are stunning special when it just rained while you’re in the sea. Spectacular. Spectacular
What are your favorites now?
Are you excited to wrap up this travel on the next post? Me, i am! 

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  1. Stunning views of sunrise, sea, sky and the Masbate city port.

  2. Hi! Nice travel. The color of ocean is very beautiful. THe rainbow photo is very fantastic. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Nice shots :D:D:D Love the composition 😀
    Keep on shooting 😀 It's a nice way to take remember travels and places.

    😀 😀 😀

  4. love the sunrise photos, ganda!!! sarap daw ng sea foods dyan sa masbate, sana marating ko rin yan someday. 🙂

  5. I personally like the sunrise photo but all your shots were great Steve…. i haven't visited any of my former schools because I burned all my bridges.. hahaha joke lang… lagi ko kasing nadadaanan yung school ko so walang thrill unless mameet ko yung mga old teachers ko na nagretired na halos lahat

  6. Looks beautiful. My stepdaughter was born in the Philippines and she has fond memories of her early years there. 🙂

  7. Beautiful sunrise photo! Well done for capturing the sun at the right moment. Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos.

  8. Thanks nancy, i hope you enjoyed it. 🙂

  9. Thanks Minoru, i hope you enjoyed this as well. 🙂

  10. Wow, Thanks mr jeng! 🙂 I included you in my captain through FB. 🙂

  11. Haha, natawa ako sa part ng burned bridges! EPIC Milton. 😛

  12. Indeed, masarap tlga ang seafoods puro fresh. 🙂 Mura lang pamasahe jaan. 2K only

  13. Thanks mun! appreciated this much

  14. Wow! That's nice to know. It's really different when it's home.

  15. wow. how was your trip there? the sceneries are beautiful. so many places to see in this country! glad you were able to capture some of them in your camera.;)

    among the photos the sunrise is my favorite. it looks majestic. (sunrises are underrated! so thanks for this.)

  16. Beautiful. I wish I could be at the beach again. I plan to go back even if it means driving or flying hours to get to it. 😀

  17. Nku kuya froi! you should really try going there! 🙂

  18. I think you really need it this time mich! 🙂

  19. It was good patti! I really wish i could stay for a while but due to work, i have to come back early in Manila. Ireally hope that through these pictures, your day was made. 🙂

  20. I always love seeing photos of the Philippines. Such a beautiful country and for a desert dweller like me, the greenery and beaches are refreshing. Thanks for stopping by and welcoming me home, Steven!

    Wishing you a great day,

  21. I love these pictures!
    Melanie @

  22. Wow, gorgeous and captivating views. Lovely place; beautiful series of photos. 🙂

  23. Your photos look awesome! I especially love the one with the boat sail and the rainbow.
    I have never been to Masbate but it's nice to have looked at it from your post. Also, it's nice to finally find another Filipino blogger 🙂

  24. love your island scenes … it's been nearly two years since i visited an island, and your photos have got me longing for a seaside trip! 🙂

  25. Been to Masbate once, twas during Rodeo Fest. I only had 1k as baon. I blogged about it here. Kakamiss pero I don't like travelling with no funds, equally means you're limited to do what you want and where to go. And the RORO trip was, with no exagerrations, slow! kakaiyak Ate Charo. lols

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