Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Pangasinan hosts Palarong Pambansa 2012

Pangasinan – host of Palarong Pambansa 2012, the Philippines’ biggest annual scholastic athletic competition that will be held at Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Complex (NRSCC), Lingayen on May 6-12.
                Pangasinan won the hosting of Palarong Pambansa 2012 against the three contenders, the province of Laguna, Occidental Mindoro and the City of Marikina after a final presentation.
                According to the Department of Education Evaluation Team, the selection of the host of the Palarong Pambansa 2012 is based on the preparedness of the province, its playing venues, billeting schools and the main venue or the sports complex.
                Palarong Pambansa was hosted by the province of Pangasinan last 1995. It was during the term of Former President Fidel V. Ramos, a native Pangasinense.

Source: The Pangasinan Craftsman

Monday, 12 March 2012

BINMALEY: My Home, My Pride

Binmaley Presidencia courtesy of Google Images
        Binmaley is my hometown and my pride. Though I was born in the City of San Carlos, my heart and soul truly loves Binmaley. My parents were both Binmaleyans. I am twenty years old now and I lived my entire life here in simplicity and full of hope.

        Binmaley has a total of 33 barangays. Binmaley has really something to be proud of. Aside from its people, there are places that can make any visitors wow and amaze. The historical Our Lady of Purification Parish, the very grandiose Binmaley Presidencia and very green and refreshing Binmaley Plaza will take your breath away because of its cleanliness and great architecture. The Binmaley Beach surely captivates you because of its crystal blue water. The local products like Brgy. Malindong’s furniture and wood crafts, Brgy. Parayao’s clay pots and the town’s wide varieties of sea foods make the town to be well known. A festival named "Sigay Festival" was built because of the mass production of sea foods in the Binmaley. In addition, a title called “The Sea Food Capital of the North” was owned by the municipality.

Binmaley is located at the center of two well known places in Pangasinan; the Capital Town, Lingayen and the Bangus Capital of the Philippines, Dagupan City.

I am inviting all who have already read this article of mine to visit Binmaley. Definitely, enjoyment and pleasure will come on your vacation here. There are hotels and resorts that can accommodate you and your family. For me, there’s no other place like Binmaley; my home and my pride.

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

A Tour from Capitol Rooftop: A Great Experience

A view from the north of the rooftop.
“Wow, a best place”, these words came from my lips when I get into the rooftop of the Provincial Capitol of my beloved Pangasinan. Very gracious and friendly staffs will guide you all through the way and gives you information about the places that surrounds the Capitol.
Yes, indeed, Pangasinan is very blessed in natural resources and in economic growth. From the top view, you can see some of the prides of Pangasinan. The crystal blue water of Lingayen Gulf and the greens from the bountiful coconut trees will capture your attention in the north view. The very refreshing, beautiful and clean capitol park will amaze you from the south view of the rooftop. The Lingayen Airport and the historical church of Binmaley fascinate you in the east while the rich mountains of western municipalities of Pangasinan catch and attract you in the west view.
Bring with you your family or your special someone in this impressive and very eye catching rooftop of Pangasinan Provincial Capitol. It’s a must have experience that everyone must try. If you are seeking for a best place, the capitol rooftop is one that I recommend to you. If you’re a Pangasinense, be proud and share the very wonderful Pangasinan. It’s really the best place to invest, live and raise a family.