Beside the Rabbit Farm we visited, our agri-tour adventure with fellow Road Trippers did not stop that day when a fellow friend of Ms. Gigi Moris named Maila Vilelva-Toreja invited us to visit another farm at Ibaan, Batangas.
We did not have second thoughts of saying no. Even it was a scourging summer yet cloudy afternoon with those trees and wide array of farm land, one can appreciate a captured beauty that lies within. Truly, nature never goes out of style.
It was also a day of friendly yet recreational activities that leads to the preservation and richness of agricultural lands surrounded by different greens. Some of these were sili (hot pepper), paminta (pepper) and coffee.
Quite a historical attraction when we saw this old yet strong house where we rested for a while. We also quenched our thirst with buko (coconut) juice and ate those soft meats which is truly refreshing and healthy.
As we paved goodbye, this simple farm tour is a moment that takes my breath away. It is a glimpse of experience to have an inside look on what life is really like on a farm.
At the end, nature will always be an art of God especially these caretakers whom we call farmers that woke up early in the morning to do those chores not only doing it for a living but to preserve the gift of nature.
One do not have to live in a farm to enjoy it. You can come out for the day and definitely can book a travel tour with these contact details:
Contact No: 0919-4790566
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org