Explore MyPHILIPPINES Featured Post!

Explore MyPhilippines: Bag of Beans, Tagaytay City

 Bag of Beans, Tagaytay City Bag of Beans is one of the must visit places in Tagaytay City. I am witness to how Bag of Beans has grown from a small coffee shop to an established dining place that it is now today.  Bag of Beans has also opened several branches along the Tagaytay City tourist stretch with six branches as of this writing. Bag of Beans caters as events venue and is one of the preferred wedding venues in Tagaytay City. Bag of Beans is also now into Bed and Breakfast accommodation. For this particular visit, me and my Family came for lunch. The food is really nice! Of course coffee and dessert after lunch is a must!  It was definitely worth the travel! Photo Credits: Bag of Beans Here is a short video of our latest visit to  Bag of Beans (Main) in Tagaytay City. Here are some photos taken during our last visit to Bag of Beans. This is an alfresco area with Italian theme. This is another side with English County vibe. This is an alfresco area with Italian theme. This is the

Hundred Islands in Pangasinan

Hundred Islands, Pangasinan 

A visit to the Pangasinan Hundred Island means... more fun... island hopping... swimming... and sight seeing.

Once you reached Aliminos, Pangasinan, proceed to the pier where there's 
a parking area to park your car.

You need to register with the local Tourism Agency unit, which handles the
assigning of your Tour Guide, Boat, Safety Gears (Life Vest), Snorkeling Gears, etc. This is also where you pay the corresponding dues/charges.

Tip 1: Depending on what time you arrive, you can take your lunch before riding your boat. Else, just bring your food and go island hopping already.

Tip 2: Bring everything you need, your clothes, food, water, towel, camera, sun block lotion, etc. You can keep it dry inside the boat.

Tip 3: Depending on your budget, you can take the package for the whole day rental of the boat. This way, you can actually leave your things (dry) inside the boat. Just leave valuable items in you car.

Tip 4: You can also opt to be brought back to your selected swimming place (island) and just arrange pick-up time with your Tourist Guide. With this option, I would suggest you go island hopping first, then once you have been to each of the islands, you will have an idea of which island to stay.

Hundred Island Scene. 
This was taken from a viewing deck on top of one of the islands.

This is the boat we rented.
Big enough for a family of four plus my parents.

Hundred Island Scene.
Here you see several tourists enjoying the cool waters.

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's a picture from another side of the viewing deck. 

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's another picture from another angle.

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's another bunch of islands.

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's a picture of some of the islands as we go island hopping.

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's a shot as we pass by 'Paniqui Island'.
This island has been named after its inhabitants... the 'bats', 
better known as 'paniqui' locally. 

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's a closer picture of the bats taking their nap... cool huh!

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's a picture of the other boats or banca rented by the other tourists.

Hundred Island Scene.
The other bancas waiting for their guests.

Hundred Island Scene.
One of the island is named after a former president.
This is where we stayed for the rest of the day.
It fits the place we want to stay more... nice white sand beach... not so crowded...
Just perfect for us!

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's the docking station of one of the islands.

Hundred Island Scene.
The docking station from another angle.

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's another island with cottages.

Hundred Island Scene.
The islands come in many shapes and sizes.

Hundred Island Scene.
Part of the islands seen during the island hopping.

Hundred Island Scene.
And again another island!

Hundred Island Scene.
More islands!

Hundred Island Scene.
And more islands!

Hundred Island Scene.
Here's a picture taken from inside the banca we rented.
I intentionally captured portion of the bow.
Look at the magnificent cloud formation!

 How to go to Hundred Islands in Pangasinan


Explore MyPHILIPPINES Popular Posts!

How to go to ENCHANTED KINGDOM - Public Transport / Commute from Manila or EDSA

How to go to ENCHANTED KINGDOM - Private Transport

Explore MyPHILIPPINES: How to go to TAGAYTAY CITY from MANILA: Private Transportation via the South Expressway Route

TriNoma: The Newest and Most Exciting Destination in Northern Metro Manila

How To Go to Ticao Island, (San Jacinto, Masbate) by Driving Your Own Car

How to go to SUBIC

How to Go to Baguio City 001

How to go to Hundred Islands, Pangasinan

Dayaw Dalan: San Jacinto Town Fiesta

Surf Kamp (Caliraya)