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Side Trip: Lingayen, Pangasinan

In the Philippines, almost every place is named after a folklore, a tradition, or a  people’s way of life. Children grow up to stories that end with “…and from then on, the place was called… 949 more words

Travel Journal

Heavenly Pangasinan

We visited Pangasinan last March for my cousin’s civil wedding. It was a memorable milestone for our family. (dad’s side) We had family bonding afterwards with a lunch buffet and went to the house of my cousin afterwards. 161 more words

Photography

Pangasinan Getaway

Hi everyone! This will just be a quick post about my recent trip to Pangasinan with my family. Even though it was just a quick trip, it felt really special because it is not everyday that I get to go on a trip with my family with all our conflicting schedules. 386 more words

Travel And Adventures

Post-Birthday Celebration

Clyde, Rosalie and Van have waited for me to arrive here at Pangasinan til 8PM today. Huhu! They knew that I am coming home so after clearing their clearances, they already went to the beach to wait for me. 170 more words

What A Day!

First Foodtography Post

One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well. -Virginia Woolf

And by that, it is safe to say that “Food is life.” Especially for us, food lovers (Who doesn’t like Food anyway?). 236 more words

Food

The Caffeine Hub Experience

Jessa and I went to Pangasinan National High School this morning to watch Power Dance for their High School Festival. While we were at PNHS, we bumped into Efraim and Kent, our grade school friends and Aldrin. 116 more words

December Diaries

A Few Comments About "Flagship" by Mike Carlton

I’m very pleased to have a copy of “Flagship:  The Cruiser HMAS Australia and the Pacific War on Japan” from Mike Carlton as my husband served in the Australia during the war and especially during the first kamikaze attack at Leyte Gulf. 91 more words

David Hamer