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Dagupan City, undefined, Philippines

Overview

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 8
Per night $50
Per week $300
Type: Home
Description of the Dagupan City vacation home rental
Our Vacation House in the Philippines (Holiday House ). We only stay here once a year during our vacation there in the Philippines. I want to let others, have the opportunity to live there, during the time, that we are here in Germany. People around the World can rent it as Holiday house!

The house was built 2003. It is a 3 story house with 4 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, bath with toilet, guest WC, shower room, and 3 balcons. At the front and rear side, there are possibilities for the Sunbathing and relaxing.

The house is between ricefields and the area is fenced by a wall. A contact person is day and night attainable. Youll live here in the midst of native, so, youll have direct contact with nice Philippines Folks.

If you really want, you can experience it, to have direct contact with the Philippines Folks. As I said, youll live here in the middle of the native. They are very hospitable, and are fond of celebrating holidays like Christmas Parties with dances, which you as Guests are cordially welcomed.

A shopping center with restaurants, Supermarkets, markets, ATM machine which functions with the EC cards, Churches, Police Station, and the City Hall find you in just 1 km. distance. Means of transport like trycicles, motorcycles are just at the door.

Introducing the Folks in my Town and in other parts of the Philippines!

The Foreighners are already common for the Folks in our Barrio. They see the Germans, Americans, Japanese, Australians and the others who live there during their vacations in the Philippines. In the street where my parent live, for example, have almost every family at least a foreign son in law or member of the family who live abroad like Hawai, Australia, Germany, Chinese, Texas, California, Japan, Hongkong, Saudi Arabia, Canada, England, and these people come often to their Towns as they built their houses there as well as to see their family and Town. The favorite place of many Germans !

So if you want to learn people and know the Philippines way of life, and at the same time, to see the nice places in Luzon, the biggest Island in the Philippines, I suggest you to stay in my Province Pangasinan. We have beautiful beaches, Hundred Islands, near Bagiou as well as the natural wonders of the World, the ancient Rice Terraces.

You dont have to be afraid of all the bad news about the Philippines. Youll find safety in our Town. Everywhere youll go, either in the Banks, Malls or in any Fast Foods restaurants, like Jolly Bees or Mc Donalds, youll find Armed security Guards , who are always ready to help you. We have also Barrio Guards( Barangay Tanod ) who watch our place, also in the night. Although, theres really, a little need of them, because crimes in our Town( or I think, outside Urban areas ) is a rarity.

We Filipinos, despite of Political intrigues and Poverty, we still remain Friendly and hospitable to our Guests. We easily laugh and our warm Smile is but, natural for us. Everywhere youll go, youll be greeted with honorific Maam or Sir. They are friendly, not only to their own Folks , but, as well as to the visitos . Seldom can you find such hospitable people who enjoy the company of Foreighners. (especially to western)Perhaps, because we were under the Spain, for longer time, the Americans as well as the Japanese.

Its easy to communicate with them, most of the Pilipinos are billingual, and the conversation in english is almost possible to anyone, anytime and anywhere.

Dont be surprised, if somebody call you, Joe, they call all White men with such name. THey mean it, Joe the American.

The last years, I see and hear more Filipina Women, marrying Europeans and Americans , so interracial marriages are now common to them. Unlike before, if they see a filipina woman going out, with white man, they think her as a Prostitute. Before , if I was in tour there, with my children, I was often asked , if I was a Nanny to them. And although, the Western men look good and bright, you cant avoid them to think, that Pilipinos want to go with them, just to have better life. Many of us live in Poverty !

But, well despite of Poverty, we are still fond of Feasts and love to celebrate it with dances, eating good Foods and enjoy the company of each others. The term Bayanihan is the term Pilipinos use to describe the kind of common Spirit that hold us together, in good times and in bad times and we extend it to Visistors as well.

So , I invite all, to visit my country , the Philippines and see it yourself . You are cordially Welcomed !

Emerita Kaufmann

Area Info
The city Mangaldan has 48 barrios. Guilig is one of them and the brother in law of the Landlady is the Barrio Captain (Freddy Soriano ). Her brother, (Rey Ocay )a councelor there, is your contact person and He, with his familie are available day and night for any Problems. So you are safe and will feel at home !

Trips to the near Tourist spots like Bagiuo, Hundred Islands, Rice Terraces, beaches, Manila, Vigan, Lingayen and to other places in the whole Luzon are easy through the public means of transportation. Youll be guided or accompanied with your contact person.

There are 2 beaches there: White beach is 8 km and Tondaligan beach is 10 km away from our place.

From Manila airport, youll be either fetched from my sister with her own Van or ride with a Taxi to the Bus station. And there, take a Bus , for a trip in going directly to Dagupan City. Its just only 10 km. from the Holiday House. From there, you can take a Jeep or youll be fetched up from my brother Rey.

We look forward to see you there and wish you a pleasant stay with the Philippines Folks!


HISTORICAL SITES
(from Internet )

Bonuan Blue Beach, Dagupan - One of the landing sites of the Liberation Forces on January 9, 1945, the beach features a Japanese park, the Tondaligan Park and the MacArthur Landing Marker.

Home Economics Building, West Central Elementary School, Dagupan - The official headquarters of General MacArthur.

Limahong Channel, Lingayen - Dug by the Chinese corsair Limahong to escape his Spanish pursuers.

Lingayen Gulf War Memorial, Lingayen - A collection of relics on display at the Provincial Capital Park.

Lingayen Public Beach - One of the landing areas of the American Forces on January 9, 1945, that paved the way for the liberation of Northern Luzon.

Old St. John's Cathedral, Dagupan - The site of the surrender by Spanish General Caballos to Filipino military strategist, General Francisco Makabulos.

Villa Verde Trail, San Nicolas - The Red Arrow Monument marks where U.S. Forces saw action in pursuit of the retreating Japanese.

White Beach, San Fabian - The landing point of Lt. General Homma, Commander of the Japanese Imperial Expeditionary Forces on December 24, 1941.


MAJOR ATTRACTIONS

1. San Fabian
2. Bonuan Blue Beach
3. Old St. John Cathedral
4. Manleluag Hot Spring National Park
5. Cacupangan, Binmatya & Arasaas Caves
6. Villacorta Caves
7. Masloc Cave
8. Hundred Islands
9. Devill Islands
10. Cape Bolinao Beach
11. Church of St. James Fortress
12. Fourteen Mile Reed
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
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Stay
May 19 2014 May 19 2015 $50 $50 $300 $1,200 -
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 12 a.m.
Deposits: To confirm your reservation,you have to pay 30% of the rent, and the rest shall be paid 6 weeks before the stay in our holiday house.
Payment Options: American Express, PayPal
Other Fees: The Guests shall pay all the damages done during the stay in the holiday house.
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
HISTORICAL SITES
(from Internet )

Bonuan Blue Beach, Dagupan - One of the landing sites of the Liberation Forces on January 9, 1945, the beach features a Japanese park, the Tondaligan Park and the MacArthur Landing Marker.

Home Economics Building, West Central Elementary School, Dagupan - The official headquarters of General MacArthur.

Limahong Channel, Lingayen - Dug by the Chinese corsair Limahong to escape his Spanish pursuers.

Lingayen Gulf War Memorial, Lingayen - A collection of relics on display at the Provincial Capital Park.

Lingayen Public Beach - One of the landing areas of the American Forces on January 9, 1945, that paved the way for the liberation of Northern Luzon.

Old St. John's Cathedral, Dagupan - The site of the surrender by Spanish General Caballos to Filipino military strategist, General Francisco Makabulos.

Villa Verde Trail, San Nicolas - The Red Arrow Monument marks where U.S. Forces saw action in pursuit of the retreating Japanese.

White Beach, San Fabian - The landing point of Lt. General Homma, Commander of the Japanese Imperial Expeditionary Forces on December 24, 1941.


MAJOR ATTRACTIONS
1. San Fabian
2. Bonuan Blue Beach
3. Old St. John Cathedral
4. Manleluag Hot Spring National Park
5. Cacupangan, Binmatya & Arasaas Caves
6. Villacorta Caves
7. Masloc Cave
8. Hundred Islands
9. Devill Islands
10. Cape Bolinao Beach
11. Church of St. James Fortress
12. Fourteen Mile Reed
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