After checking in, we immediately headed for the beach for a dip in the sea. The beach was clean and
The day before, we already asked the tricycle driver to pick us up at around 12 noon. There is a need to do this since tricycles rarely ply the route to Patar. We chose noon as the scheduled pick-up in order
We reached Dagupan at around 6 PM. We got out in front of the Victory Liner bus terminal and took a
We got to Manaoag before 6 with the first mass still going on. We decided to see the image of Our Lady of Manaog first so we joined the very lone line going up to the image. After seeing the Lady, we went down again to hear the 6AM mass, after which we bought some tupig (a type of suman made of glutinous rice, mixed with coconut milk and sugar wrapped in banana leaves and roasted over a fire) in front of the church. We also had our breakfast afterwards and then proceeded to the jeepney terminal bound for Dagupan City. We passed by the town of Mangaldan, where the famous Romana Peanut Brittle, which is sold in Baguio City, is actually made. We decided not to drop by because we wanted to get back to the hotel so we can check out and get on the bus(fare P230 each) bound for Pasay. We left Dagupan at around 9 AM and finally got to Pasay at around 2:30PM. Totally exhausted, we took a taxi going home.