Manaoag

Manaoag

The crowded plaza in front of the 17th Century Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag on a Sunday morning.

 

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Floating Colors

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Claritas

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Hope

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Asinan (Salt Factory)

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This is how salt is produced in Anda, Pangasinan, Philippines. When the sun fully dries the sea water contained in these man-made ponds into salt, it will be scraped off, held into sacks and stored in these small huts until small trucks pick them up for delivery to towns and cities. Salt-making provides living not only to many of Anda’s folks but to rest of Pangasinan’s.

We passed by this quaint asinan (salt factory) on our way to Anda’s Tondol White Beach, one of the North’s unpopular but absolutely gorgeous beaches.

Pangasinan is a province situated at the Northern, mountainous region of the Philippines and its name translates to “The Land of Salt”.

Discover

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Guide to a happy life #19: Get out of your own cave and discover what life is all about.

Brand New Day

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Guide to a happy life #18: Fear not the past. A brand new day awaits and it’s refreshingly vibrant too.