the Cagayan Valley rice crop
In the summer you can see rice as far as the eye can see in the Cagayan Valley. It must surely be the Cagayan Valley’s number one exported crop.
All the rice fields make the Cagayan Valley look so green!
The rice grows very well in the northern Philippines thanks to all the ample rainfall!
The kuliglig can be seen transporting the bags of rice with the workers during the harvesting season!
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Kuliglig, as it is called in the Philippines, is an improvised tractor, that can be used to transport farm workers to and from the fields. It can be used to haul rice sacks or grain to market, and it can be used as a roto-tiller in the rice fields. If you are in the Cagayan Valley or other rural areas in the Philippines you will, no doubt, spot a few kuligligs on the road!
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This is the book cover for my new book, “The English-Tagalog Primer”, written for students of all ages who wish to learn a few of the common words and phrases in the Philippines.
This will be the book cover for my new book entitled, Imelda and the carabao.
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