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Dagupan Sidetrip: Tondaligan Beach Morning Views

Dagupan: A different style of fishing

Our van stopped at what seems to be an abandoned building.  I find my way upstairs and there I saw a 360 degree sweeping view of the whole property overlooking a beach as pointed out by Tita Sally. The morning sun beams a golden glow against the coconut trees scattered around the area. I am with a group that is scheduled to check the two branches of Eagle Crest Villa, our first stop is Dagupan.



I haven't been to Dagupan before. But what I do know is that it's famous for its Bangus Festival. 

Given that, seeing a part of the Tondaligan beach or Bonuan Blue Beach from Eagle Crest Villa is a refreshing morning sight. The subdivision is back to selling residential and commercial lots conveniently located along San Fabian - Bonuan - Dagupan Diversion Road. View map below:

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We left the gate of the subdivision and turned around to check the beach, parked the van beside the ecopark signage and walked our way towards the sea. We were welcomed with sights of local fishermen busy working on their morning catch. They have a different style of fishing here that wowed the most of us. The area also commands a good view of the mountains left and right. 


Dagupan fishermen
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For those who would like to inquire about these lots for sale, you may contact John Suedad at +639192143807 or (02)7038279 (eaglecrestvilla.blogspot.com)

Dagupan sunrise
Eagle Crest Villa - Dagupan

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  1. The place where I've known from the past. I wish to see the views soon. shitifujon.blogspot.com

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