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Cory Islands: Rising Marvels of Lingayen Gulf

Cory Islands emerged from the bottom of Lingayen Gulf in 1986, right after the election of former President Corazon Aquino. Like flowers springing their glories in summer, these magnificent natural landscapes served as iconic vanguards at the mouth of Lingayen Gulf. 906 more words

Philippines

MTB-MLE, better as one subject than a medium of instruction?: Re-evaluating the case of Lingayen I

“Kapag tatanungin mo ang mga bata sa Pangasinan, sasagutin ka naman nila sa Filipino,” (“When you will ask the pupils in Pangasinan, they will answer in Filipino.”) Romulo Ramos, Grade 1 teacher from Matalava Elementary School, said. 3,312 more words

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WHERE DID GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR REALLY LAND IN PANGASINAN?

I’ve been attending the annual MacArthur Landing commemoration in Dagupan City since I was in high school because I was a boy scout back then. The commemoration is celebrated every January 9 in a private property at Bonuan Blue Beach which is believed to be the landing site of MacArthur. 2,135 more words

Humans

Pangasinan 2018 | My first beach experience ❀ (Day 1)

Yes. Finally! My first ever blog post, and it’s also the first time I want to express myself through words on my first #ByahengHolyWeek

It was just First week of January since we planned to go to Pangasinan. 547 more words

The Manaoag Church... The Pilgrim Center of Northern Philippines

In the Philippines, we always have the 1st of November declared as a holiday. For this year, we had October 31 and November 1 declared as “non-working holidays”. 722 more words

Lifestyle

Lingayen and Bolinao Pangasinan

I was third wheeling with my friends. I’ve volunteered myself to be part of this trip ever since I learned of my friends’ plan to go there right after their Boracay birthday trip. 210 more words

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