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...but this is a different story because it is a mountain and I was not just able to see one mountain with that character but several of them is present in Quezon.
"...but this is a different story because it is a mountain and I was not just able to see one mountain with that character but several of them is present in Quezon."

With the long and winding national road of Quezon Province which is teeming with an endless plantation of copra/coconuts, most of the time it offers a countryside experience. If I'll be given a chance to coin a title for Quezon Province, I will choose "Copralandia" because everywhere I look as we traverse the road, there are coconuts. It doesn't stop.

[ATIMONAN] With the coconut-clad mountain at the back


Being a newbie traveler to Quezon who landed here secretly, I appreciate the countryside vista made up of an array of copra.

For that elongated province with a huge political scope and jurisdiction, everywhere is a view with the coconuts therein.

I bet copra production is a vibrant industry in Quezon province to the point that I was able to encounter a mountain and that mountain is covered with coconuts. It was like a coconut forest.

Stunning! I know some islands of Honda Bay in Palawan are covered by coconuts too but this is a different story because it is a mountain and I was not just able to see one mountain with that character but several of them are present in Quezon.

[ATIMONAN] Refreshing verdant-ness

[ATIMONAN] I think it is safe to say that this is cloudrise


Being able to witness this, I can now tell an answer why most postcards of Villa Escudero are tall palm trees with Carabao at the ground.

Quezon province's countrysides are decorated with palm trees and I bet some travelers have been noticing this [except when you love sleeping on board a bus].

[ATIMONAN] These palms are so dominant


I believe that an industry in Quezon linked to the production of copra is doing well. But in spite of these palm trees which are present everywhere, I also had the chance to take a glimpse of the simple and peaceful countryside of the town of Atimonan.

[ATIMONAN] Beautiful sky!

[ATIMONAN] Countryside living

[ATIMONAN] Lamon Bay with Alabat Island from afar


This calm and peaceful bay is being hidden by the mountains with coconuts all over. In a certain angle, the beauty grabs a chance and a space to be seen and to be recognized.

The Atimonan countryside is blessed with a simple and peaceful charm with the long and never ending array of coconut plantations.

Truly, the life of the common Atimonanins have been linked to coconuts. ▬ end

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EDMAR GUQUIB

Born and Raised in Vigan, Philippines. Hardcore Ilocano. Genuine Bigueño. Sucker of Long Land Trips. Loves the Highlands. Professional Nurse on Weekdays. Coffee Addict. Travel Blogger in Between. For sponsorship, advertising, event invites and collaborations email me at edmaration@gmail.com.

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