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... to make it to Cangumbang tomorrow after work, today I was just too exhausted to think about it, but the kids were already messaging me to see when I would visit.
There are so many things to complete, from purchasing multi-vitamins, to building storage cabinets, to finishing the window grills and water tank, to squeezing my little boys Jon-Jon and John Joseph and feeding hungry bellies. I can't wait ...
... more clothing distribution, this time for the teens.
This weekend the kids were able to play with a handful of new toys from Badminton to Checkers, and they were beyond elated to enjoy the toys while my favorite group of mothers prepared the feeding.
Today I decided to have another team competition with the kids using the white boards, spelling again With some bonus points for knowing what the words actually meant. My boss's wife was nice enough to donate some of ...
... guns and the houses could be done in no time.
New base relocation:
On Thursday we moved to our new base in Utap, Tacloban. The building is a boarding house for students and is i he process of being transformed into the All Hands base. At the moment there are still students in the first floor and the third floor is still under renovation but we should have the entire building available within the next ...
... the point of getting tired of eating rice every day. Buying fruits in the village is challenging as they only have bananas and a few mangoes here and then. The beer, Red Horse or San Miguel, comes in 1 L bottles and costs 80 pesos. It tastes especially good after a hard days work, though I only treat myself to it about twice a week.
We also have a ...
... they are repairing things.
I still find it deeply saddening to witness the destruction on the road from Palo to Tanauan..the mass graves, crushed homes, piles of coconut trees, homes with only tarps for a roof, cars in houses, and so much hidden destruction.
Later in the afternoon I visited SOS Children's Village, and internationally funded orphanage, where over 130 children reside. Listening to their survival stories amazed me, as the water rose some of the house ...