thanks for featuring my uncle resthouse this is our place
this is my place who take this pic so beautiful place
hey!! i'm from here! i was here between 12/16/07-12/26/07. i bet those pictured here are related to me.
Greetings from UK!
Many thanks,RoadTripperBoy. A snapshot while travelling towards La Union.
........merry christmasandhappy and safe New Yearand to all may we have many more christmas's together in PanoramioCheers Rosina
hello guys! being independent is really a challenge for us as a youth of todays generation! Take the challenge!
The Hundred Islands National Park is in the province of Pangasinan in northern Philippines. It is located in Alaminos City, Pangasinan. The islands (124 at low tide and 123 at high tide) are scattered along Lingayen Gulf and cover an area of 1,844 hectares (4,556.62 acres). With over a hundred little islets sprinkling a vast area (of some 1,844 hectares) of calm and clear blue waters, one can practically have an island all to oneself! But not all islands in the park are ideal for swimming and picnics. Only a few have white sandy beaches. Most are rock with lush green plants and vegetation. Some have trees and even caves. They are believed to be about two million years old. Only three of them have been developed for tourists: Governor Island, Quezon Island, and Children's Island.
The Pinoy Big Brother had another house in Hundred Islands. It was located on Governor Island and was first used by the Teen Edition housemates. See More Pictures Of Hundred Islands.
Fed up of crowded urban life? Or overworked? So why not get away sometimes and relax. You must try Bacnotan. Its beautiful long stretch of beaches and clear blue waters will surely wash away all your stress. That's what we did! And beaches are not much populated. We owned it the whole day and spent endless hours relaxing without being disturbed. This photo was taken after the rainy season and the sea is still rough but see the children, they can not resisted the allure of it. Much more in summer time. Kaya halina, BIYAHE TAYO! Tignan natin ang kagandahan ng buong Pilipinas.