La Rica Hotel

36 P. Zamora Street, Tacloban, Leyte, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 36 P. Zamora Street, Tacloban.
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    Travel Blogs from Tacloban

    What's your name?

    A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on Jul 02, 2014

    1 comment

    ... During my time volunteering with IDV, I was privileged to meet local people and talk to them about their experiences of the disaster. Months on from the event and there is remarkable improvements within Tacloban thanks to numerous NGO's providing disaster relief. A huge shopping mall has been reopened, numerous churches and schools renovated and businesses carrying on as normal. However, the poorest people still remain in areas of danger and are receiving ...

    Funding A Child's Future

    A travel blog entry by elsat on May 31, 2014

    7 photos

    Hi Everyone,

    Today I want to share with each of you the opportunity to help fund the future of a child, and their family. Currently, VFV has a few sponsored children who graduated from high school this past April, but unfortunately their sponsors are not able to pay for the additional costs associated with pursuing their education in to university.

    Most of these children are the first member of their family to have ...

    Finishing Touches

    A travel blog entry by elsat on May 15, 2014

    8 photos

    Hi Everyone,

    Though the center still stands with apparent scars of the typhoon's wrath, we have been happily preparing the center for the Blessing ceremony, making sure the essential finishing touches are completed to call it repaired. This weekend the kids joined me in cleaning the furniture and the inside of the center, they eagerly cleaned the bathroom (tell me the last time you saw an American ...

    All Hands Project Leyte Typhoon Relief - part II

    A travel blog entry by grizzly on Apr 06, 2014

    87 photos

    ... novenas, and Latin prayers after the burial, additionally chanting the Pahulayng Dayonor “Eternal Rest” (also known as "Gozos for the Dead"). Cebuanos also have superstitious beliefs related to funerals that include: placing funeral alms or limos into a container, refraining from sweeping the floor of the deceased's home (wastes are collected ...

    Do Not Let Them Be Forgotten

    A travel blog entry by elsat on Feb 24, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... you to do this not for selfish reasons, but for the sake of my Goddaughters, my host family that has become my second family, my coworkers who have lost family members, sponsored children who have lost homes, the mother that I used to buy vegetables from each day or the man that used to give me a ride to work everyday, the owners of my favorite restaurant, the teachers who are dealing with personal loss and the loss of their students, the director of the government run orphanage I have ...