Calicoan Surf Camp

Address: ABCD Beach, Calicoan Island, Guiuan, Samar Island, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ABCD Beach, Calicoan Island, Guiuan.
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    Travel Blogs from Guiuan

    Cya Calbayog

    A travel blog entry by derektrips on Feb 11, 2014

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    Not where I really want to be but I didn't what to get shut out of a room for a second night. Its not that Calbayog is bad or anything but its not the beach scene I'm looking for. So I get a room for one night and will be heading off in the morning. The town looks nice with of course lots of fast food places and shops. It does have a ocean walk that is being built and maybe someday worth more then just a ...

    An Unexpected Interview With a Real-Life Hero

    A travel blog entry by lakwatchera on Nov 16, 2013

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    November 16, 2013 -- After spending three days at Guiuan, Eastern Samar with Operation Blessing's disaster relief team, I, together with 3 other passengers, were given a chance to hitch a ride back to Manila on AlphaLand's private aircraft that was scheduled to carry supplies and medicines last Saturday. It turned out that one of the three passengers was Fr. Edgar Abucejo, the parish priest from Salcedo, Eastern ...

    A Treasure Amidst the Devastation

    A travel blog entry by lakwatchera on Nov 14, 2013

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    November 14, 2013; 7:30 a.m. -- While walking around an evacuation center in central Guiuan, a certain family caught my attention. Five children and their parents were gathered around, silently eating their morning meal. Each child has 3-4 tiny chunks of chicken on their plates while their father, who was busy feeding his youngest daughter, has his rice untouched with only one small piece of chicken on it.

    The ...

    Surviving Super Typhoon Haiyan's wrath

    A travel blog entry by lakwatchera on Nov 14, 2013

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    GUIUAN, SAMAR -- Among fallen coconut trees and debris of destroyed houses, the team saw Jinky Sacay sitting under the shade of scrap plywood, blankly staring at an overturned truck across the road. She is looking after her aunt Sally, who has impaired speech and cognitive ability, while her other aunt went downtown to wash their clothes and hopefully get some relief goods.

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    Going nowhere, very slowly

    A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 02, 2013

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    Leaving Calicoan, we had wanted to check out some small limestone outcrops near Marabut, only an hour and a half away. We jumped into a van and headed along the south coast and arrived in Marabut where we had not booked any accommodation but as this is Samar and not a tourist spot we thought we would be ok. Oh how we were wrong...It all started to go wrong when our van driver overshot our planned destination which meant a ...