Wednesday, September 23, 2009
one has to pass by an hour of rough road just to see this beach. what made it even worst was that it rained so hard and we arrived in the area by night time.it was quite relieving hearing the sound of the waves while searching for a place to stay at an almost zero visibility place. it was because it was brown out during that night. so we can't even see the houses along the shoreline.enjoying the night playing a board game, we were quite excited to see the beach the next morning. so we woke up early and the white sand beach of Tambobong and Quezon came to sight. a fishing village located on the southern part of Pangasinan, the municapality of Dasol. at dawn, the shoreline is filled with small fishing boats, which shows that the village is dependent in this way of life. during these season, you won't see its crystal clear water as sea grass are quite abundant along its shoreline. no big luxurious resort can be found here so most people would stay on some of the houses for rent.the people here are friendly and we were even welcomed by the barangay captain herself. she actually prepared our breakfast and even made us laugh over a cup of coffee.