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The Beach in Ilog-Malino is different from Patar. The shore in Patar is really near cottages and resorts. While, Ilog-Malino Beach has a wide breakwater. But the sunset is still majestic just like any other place.

The breakwater is so wide and long before you reach the waves from the resort.

The breakwater is so wide and long before you reach the waves.

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Sunset at Ilog-Malino Beach in Bolinao

My Travel Boss and I tried Punta Riviera Resort. It has infinity pool and a gazebo facing the beach, a good spot to relax and unwind.

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At the bridge of Punta Riviera while viewing the sunset.

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My Travel Boss is at the bridge that crosses the river of Ilog-Malino.

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My Travel Boss standing at the edge of a boat.

Sandbar in between beach and the riverfront.

Sandbar in between beach and the riverfront.

Tourists enjoying kayak on the river of Ilog-Malino.

Tourists enjoying kayak on the river of Ilog-Malino.

Pangasinan is a very nice point for sunset watching. We had our moment in watching the sundown.

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At the breakwater of Ilog-Malino, Bolinao.

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Ooops! That trash beside me is not mine! 🙂 I’m a #gogreen advocator.

When I started travelling and I appreciated nature a lot, I decided to follow a simple rule, “To throw wastes only in trash-bins”. It’s an advocacy that I’m pushing to myself and hopefully, my love-ones will follow. Because I still want the children of my grand children and my friends’ great grand children to see the splendor of nature that is untouched and unpolluted.

May you receive your blessings,

Tintin

P.S.

  1. For affordable yet enjoyable travel to Bolinao, you may contact Enjoy Ka Dito Travels to assist you. You can visit Enjoy Ka Dito’s Site at:www.enjoykadito.wordpress.com and like our Facebook page atwww.Facebook.com/EnjoyKaDito
  2. Check also my travel blog for Hundred Islands at: https://mycupoftin.wordpress.com/2015/03/30/hundred-islands-alaminos-pangasinan/
  3. Tara Falls is just few minutes away from Ilog-Malino Beach : https://mycupoftin.wordpress.com/2015/04/15/tara-falls/
  4. You may also want to check my travel experience to Baler at: https://mycupoftin.wordpress.com/2014/07/17/baler/

 

 

 

 

 

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