El Puerto Marina Beach Resort & Spa

Address: Don Martin Domingo St., Lingayen, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Don Martin Domingo St., Lingayen.
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      Travel Blogs from Lingayen

      No Thrilla in Manila, More A Loss to Alimanos

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 21, 2014


      ... great food. But not the pigs we are assured. They are raised as house pets, for sale. Everything is also for sale. Wanna buy a slightly used pig farm nearly in the countryside just outside a city with a thousand guns? Am I selling this right?

      We are booked for 7 days. We can't easily walk away because we would have to literally walk (no scooter to rent until Christmas eve) and everywhere bar the ******* stable is full. I haven't even told you what a kubo is yet. Basically ...

      Hundred Islands

      A travel blog entry by tintin_824 on Aug 04, 2013

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      ... napakasaya! Hindi ako manghihinayang na bumalik muli roon. Lalo na't ang babalikan ko ay ang mga mapagmahal na taong gaya nila.

      The long day is over, and I need to say my thanks and goodbye to these very generous people. Pero bago yan, hindi ko nakalimutan ang pagbili ng pasalubong, kaya naman tumuloy kami sa pantalan kung saan makakabili ...

      Cookie Fruit

      A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Mar 18, 2011

      ... this weird fruit that we had never seen before. It looked like a kiwi but it was darker and less furry. When we got home we tried it and it was really bizarre. It tasted like a Christmas cookie. It had the consistency of a kiwi with one big seed in the middle and tasted like a cinnamon Christmas cookie. It was not my favorite but Rene loves any and all weird flavors. I left them all for her. ...

      School Parade and Foundation Day

      A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Mar 15, 2011

      ... from top to bottom. The Queen sat in a throne on the back of the truck and behind her the rest of the truck was made to look like a garden. She was done up in a fluffy dress with a huge train. She sat on her throne and did the pagent girl wave to everyone that went by. I kind of felt sorry for the kids In the royalty. Their parents seemed to be more into it than them, and instead of sitting with all of their friends they had to sit all alone in their separate float.


      Back to our routine

      A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Mar 05, 2011

      1 comment

      ... toed shoes on any basketball court that we have seen as we have traveled around.

      Sir and Mam
      In school we are referred to as Teacher; as in Teacher Haley and Teacher Rene. The male teachers are referred to as Sir; Sir Ryan and Sir Romeo. This cracked my Dad up when my parents came to visit. The people at the department stores would call him Sir Paul after they had taken his credit card to pay everything. 'Here you are Sir Paul. Thank you for coming ...