“Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.” ― Anita Desai

The name Pangasinan (pronounced “Pang-ASINan”) means “place of salt” or “place of salt-making”; it is derived from the prefix pang, meaning “for”, the root word asin, meaning “salt”, and suffix an, signifying “location”. At present it is pronounced “Paŋgasinan” based on the Spanish pronunciation. The province is a major producer of salt in the Philippines. Its major products include bagoong (“salted-krill”) and alamang (“shrimp-paste”).

Places we visited in Pangasinan:
Sunflower Maze Farm, Tayug
El Pescador Resort Hotel, Bolinao
Patar White Beach, Bolinao
Cape Bolinao Lighthouse, Bolinao

Foodventures in Pangasinan:
Adora’s Restaurant, Bolinao (You must try their exotic seafood menu)
Giant Taklobo Resto Grill, Bolinao (Recommended Place to Eat)
Binungey (Best Pasalubong to buy in Pangasinan)

Also, this adventure was our extended celebration of Madj’s Birthday last April 20, 2018

Pangasinan Blog will be up SOON!

Camera Used : Go Pro Hero 4 Session, Nikon D3200, & IPhone 5 & 6
Video Editor Software : Adobe Premiere Pro
Soundtrack : Daya – Hide away (Virtu Remix)
Date Taken : April 21 – 22, 2018

Are & Madj would like to give special thanks to the following:

Pangasinan Squad:
Niña & Nesjohn

#TravelVideo #Philippines #ItsMoreFuninthePhilippines #Pangasinan #SunflowerMazeFarm #AreandMadjAdventures #BirthdayGetaway


Posted by:arelberg

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