The Capitol Beach

If you’re interested in a beach experience in the middle of the city, check out Capitol Beach, Lingayen Pangasinan. The beach extends as far as the eye can see. 16 more words

My First Hello To Pangasinan

I would like to start this post with a quote from the movie Annie. I love Annie her smart mouth and her positive vibe. Who wouldn’t love Annie? 558 more words

Food And Travels

Welcome to Lingayen!

Lingayen, which is the first class municipality and capital of Pangasinan Province, was where my grandmother born. We visit the place every summer to cool down ourselves in the nice beach called “Lingayen Gulf” and to celebrate our family clan’s reunion. 665 more words


Go Away! To Lingayen, Pangasinan

Traveling is something that me and my wife rarely do because of our very hectic schedules, so whenever there is a chance that we get some few days off because of the holidays, like the past Holy Week here in the Philippines, we pick our bags, stuff ’em with clothes and other travel stuff, and off we go! 734 more words


Lingayen with Jen

I’ve always wanted to go back to Lingayen for the longest time. Since I last went there last year, I’ve longed and yearned to get on a bus and just bask in the sun on the beach, with just the sunshine on my face and the sound of waves crashing down on my feet and legs. 360 more words


Northbound : Pangasinan getaways

Beach. Food. Love. Life.

Pangasinan is around 4 hour drive from Manila. Take up NLEX
and SCTEX to reach this big province that bridges the way to far north provinces… 347 more words


Looking Back, Leader's Will and Lingayen

Looking back. Lingayen was an old Pangasinense word lingawen, which sounds almost like Tagalog lingunin. Lingon is the root word, and it’s like when you turn your head to see again what you are leaving or left behind – either the place you have been to or the memories you want to remember. 1,362 more words

Far Away