Visual Diary: Pangasinan, Philippines

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I’ve been to a number of islands in the Philippines but one place that has been really memorable for me can be found in the province of Pangasinan. Why? I could give you one reason but one hundred would be better.

It is in the province of Pangasinan where the Hundred Islands National Park is located. A total of 123 islands can be seen at high tide (thank you, Wikipedia) while 124 can be seen at low tide. Although, honestly, I bet the numbers can change easily.

I’m not good with words but hopefully, these pictures can convince you to take a trip up north to go see these majestic islands.

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Lucap Port – the starting point to your hundred islands adventure

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It’s quite a long ride but as soon as you see the islands nothing else matters!
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The view from the Governor’s Island

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Most of the islands had their names carved on rocks.
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Island #29381028310283 — But who’s counting?
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It’s amazing to see the islands up close
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But not too close cause those limestones are sharp.

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This set of photographs were taken two years ago. Since then, I’ve been to countless of other islands that are far more beautiful than what can be found here. BUT there’s just something about this place that still takes my breath away.

I hope this post will encourage you to visit the province of Pangasinan and of course, love the Philippines. ❤

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