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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Alejandro Tacloban
It was very enjoyable to stay in this historic hotel. It is being renovated from Yolanda's damage, so not up to where it will be once again. I am thankful they got it up and running as quickly as they did. Great work.
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... This time I was also fortunate meet the founder of AHV, David Campbell whose visit to St Nino I missed last year. The best part were of course the mixed group of volunteers I got to work and hang out with. Working with AHV reminded me of my fantastic time I had while working with a little start up in Forth Worth, ...
... both the kitchen and storage areas. These new additions will be funded by the generous donations from a School in Spain along with some from Holy Angels Parish in Michigan. On Saturday my incredible Nanays that have become like older sisters to me helped me hang up the curtains they made from fabric my Mom sent to me. Though a simple addition, it made me smile to see them hung. We also had cabinets delivered Saturday that were gifted from my ...
... than a few stray skinny mangy dogs searching for food.
Then we drove out to the MacArthur Memorial showing him wading on shore which was right here in Leyte when he fulfilled his promise of returning again after fleeing Corregidor Island in Manila earlier. This was on October 20, 1944. The monument was renovated for the 70th anniversary of ...
... on Monday and the kids hadn't had much food or gone to school yet. I asked Josey Rose if their mother left any money or food, and the answer was no.
At first these situations would infuriate me, but I've come to realize that a great deal of people do not purposefully leave their children to fend for themselves. But instead they are forced to do it out of necessity.
I have to believe that even the slightest feeling to mother these kids ...
... funding allotted to the national government has been distributed properly, but so many survivors are still in need of assistance. It is an overwhelming problem to face and quite devastating to think of the long term consequences Typhoon Haiyan will have on millions of people not only in the Philippines, but on the entire world.
Please continue to keep the survivors in your thoughts and prayers.