The Poetry of Palpalokada

The horsey set

LEAD Movement found time to go to Burgos to experience horseback riding in a place local vaqueros call Palpalokada. Other townsfolk call the rustic locale Bantoc, but I like the 5-syllable Palpalokada better — the sound fits the enchanting outback totally.

Remember that spelunking exploration I posted in November? I just discovered another delicious component of the whole enchilada.

Dori ti KabalyoExplorationPrimeval 2Two men and a baby{Burgos Mayor Cris Garcia and the hubby.}

MarcBudak 2BudakGetting around on a horseOutbackFresh PerspectiveI've been to paradise!Up on the reef, I got the most stimulating scene I’ve ever seen. Arizona meets Hawaii… magical, but real… legitimate awesomeness:)

Everything is photo-worthy, from the rock’s surface to the entangled thorny vines to the bewitched expression on the faces of Marc and Sean.

Primeval

Windmills from a distanceWe made the most of our time til sundown.

SunflareMotion

Read more about Palpalokada on rappler.com

*Special thanks to Mayor Cresente Garcia and the Pasto Communal of Burgos, Ilocos Norte

For inquiries, contact the Burgos tourism office at +63-77-7861408. Or call Mayor Cris Garcia: 0928-5510452, 0917-5190665  and Jonas Tesoro: 0928-5510381, 0905-3520633, 0915-5211885.

Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2012

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