Tondaligan Beach Baywalk For Summer 2022



These photos were taken on the same day we visited the Summer Food Bazaar. We went there just before dusk


                                Signpost of the nearby places you can go to. 
                              When in doubt, just ask around :)


A food stall by the Children's Playground


It was the motor boat in the distance that caught my attention here

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Tondaligan Beach Boardwalk is still in its stages of completion








me posing by the Dagupan Bangus marker, wearing my favorite tie-dyed shirt :)



And here below were our recent photos we took I think January 2022 or so while the boardwalk was still under construction





Trivia:  Tondaligan has changed name numerous times before. It has been named National Children's Park, Ferdinand Marcos Park, Tondaligan Park, and Bonuan Blue Beach People's Park.

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17 comments:

  1. Such a pretty place. I love the ocean. Hearing it is most calming.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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    1. Thanks for the lovely visit back, Sandee! Yes, the ocean waves are so calming. I likewise took a short clip of our visit there.

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  2. Such a beautiful place. I would love to go there. Very nice.

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    1. Thanks for the visit back, Patrick! Tondaligan beach is one of the places to relax that we often go to, as it is just near our town, about 30 minutes ride by motorcycle. It is within Dagupan City which is one of the business districts in the province

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  3. I agree it looks lovely there, I haven't been to a beach in 300 years heheh! :-)

    Have a wavetastic week 👍

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    1. Thanks for surfing by :) This month is the best time to visit the beach!

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  4. Fun photos, love the beach, anywhere, anytime!

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  5. So much to see, so much to do. Very different from the beach at the end of my street! Delightful.

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  6. I love being by the water, especially at sunset.

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  7. It's looking like a very nice coastal spot, I'm loving the fish sculpture.

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  8. Thank you for sharing your beautiful day. We live about a mile and a half from the beach, but I never go because I don't like sand between my paws. Plus hoomons freak meowt. Love Dori

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  9. What a beautiful place! I'd go there every day if I could.

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  10. Nice photos and I like your colorful tie dye shirt! I lived near the beach at one time and always enjoyed the views and walking on the shore. Now I'm far and miss it.

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  11. Boa noite, Senhora Donyarific
    Lindo lugar, o mar é espetacular, abraço.

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  12. ...I love the beach and it's many signs. I have many favorite tie-dyed shirts! Thanks for stopping by.

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    1. Thanks for hopping by, Tom! I'm likewise looking forward to the boardwalk project's completion.

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  13. your post make me realise I miss those beaches. So nice and pleasing.

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