On this Site…

On This Site

“On this Site in 1897, Nothing Happened!”

This is just one of the wackiest signs that you may encounter during your road trip at Pangasinan. Thanks to my brother who shared me this picture. 😀

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  • ian

    for those looking for affordable accomodation around Patar Beach, ping this number Beeboy 09204526157.

    In our case, I initially thought about Rock Garden Resort which had the least expensive accomodation. Unfortunately, when we got there, all their cost friendly rooms are fully booked. We ended up knocking each available resort. Fortunately, we got an absolutely perfect rate from this very kind and accomodating resort….to the extent that I promised him i’ll post his number on the blogs to payback the discounts.

    …prices are quite negotiable…i mean it.

    —by the way, if ever you’ll call him, kindly inform him you got the number from a post by Ian on the internet (that guy who promised you to post your number); Just so he knows i didn’t break my promise cause I told him to give me the same rate when I come back, which i’ll surely do.

    they can arrange everything else for you at reasonable rates including transport, food, utensils, and you can request to try their coco harvests.

  • Hello,

    May I know what town of pangasinan you ve seen this sign? It’s really interesting, its origin.. Thanks..

  • bim

    “I am planning to visit Clark Freeport staying there for a few nights. A friend of mine told me about a beautiful resort called Clearwater. Can you help me make bookings or give me some information on how I can contact them?”

  • Nice! I think I should see it, where in Pangasinan can I find it? It’s a nice trade mark of a place! Who ever cam up with this idea is simply the best, Nice Job!

  • Thanks for the information. I’ll surely look for that sign when I pass by Pangasinan. Are there signs like that in Baguio, or even somewhere in Bataan? I hope someone could tell.

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  • danica V.

    anybody who could help us in finding cheap but decent place to stay in bolinao, preferably at patar beach resorts. we are approx. 12 in the group who are planning to stay there for 2n/3d on oct. 17-19. we are looking for a house sana near the beach if there is available. tips would be highly appreciated. rates of houses for rent would also be helpful. thanks.

  • danica V.

    anybody who could help us in finding cheap but decent place to stay in bolinao, preferably at patar beach resorts.

  • nero

    Historical Sites and Tourist Attractions

    Bolinao Museum Germinal (Pob.) w/in the town proper
    Cape Bolinao Lighthouse Patar 19 kms.
    UPMSI (Marine Laborarotory) Luciente 2.5 kms
    Pacific Farms Inc. Zaragoza 16.5 kms.
    Bolinao Falls Samang Norte 15.5 kms
    Balingasay River Balingasay 5.5 kms.
    Patar Beach Patar 19.0 kms
    St. Claire Monastery Luna 6.5 kms
    Bolinao Parish Church Germinal w/in the town proper
    Cindy’s Cave Patar 17 kms.

    Tourism Facilities

    El Piscador Village Inn Germinal (075) 554 25 59
    Celeste Seabreeze Inn & Rest. Germinal (075) 554 20 35
    A & E Garden Germinal (075) 554 27 80
    Stefania Beach Resort Luciente (075) 554 20 03
    Rock Garden Resort & Rest. Arnedo
    Lady Irish Beach Resort Balingasay
    Verling Beach Resort Estanza
    Ramos Villareal Beach Resort Estanza
    Chiling And Balmer Beach Resort Estanza
    Villa Soledad Beach Resort Estanza (075) 734 52 93
    Coco Beach Resort Estanza
    Villa Vicente Leisure & Beach Resort Ilog-Malino 0912 880 86 92
    Garden Paradise Resort Ilog-Malino
    Kuroshark Beach Resort Patar
    Dutch Beach Resort Patar 0912 311 65 40
    Arguero Beach Resort Patar
    Polly’s Beach Resort Patar
    Tropical Hut Beach Resort Patar
    Patar White Beach Resort Patar
    Bing’s Beach Resort Patar 0917 697 79 65
    Bolinao Treasures Beach Resort Patar 0916 380 44 51

    Trasport Facilities

    Five Star Bus 12 Bolinao-Pasay City vice versa
    Dagupan Bus 6 Bolinao-Quezon City vice versa
    Victory Liner 5 Bolinao-Quezon City vice versa
    Philippine Rabbit 2 Bolinao-Manila
    Bolinao Transit Express 5 Bolinao-Dagupan vice versa

    Downloadable Forms

  • Fidel Micor

    I just came back from spending 4 wonderful days in Bolinao, pangasinan. I visited Villa Carolina, formerly Villa Vicente and really I had immensely enjoyed my stay. The resort goes by the tagline of “Simply the Best” and surely its communing with nature at its best. you’ll see the awesome beach with its powdery sand, enjoy the laid back and homey resort and the plaesant staff. You can visit the resort in Ilog Malino, bolinao, pangasinan. You can also contact them thru this #(076) 696-0665. You can also call?text Lui thru 09273362827

  • cecille

    Hee-Hee. I once encountered a road sign in Aklan, that says, “SLOW DOWN, HAM AHEAD!”. LOL ;-D ONLY IN THE PHILIPPINES.

  • totoo ba yang.. funny nga..

  • heh-heh-heh

  • funny

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