Leyte Park Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Provides Overlooking View of the City, Nightlife Activities and Sports Recreations in the center of the City
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Back in Tacloban with AHV - projects I worked on included Santo Nino Kindergarten, 83-C core homes, and Satellite Project Samar in Calampong where AHVs learn how to rebuilt boats and are in the process of building a kitchen and a veggie garden for the school.
This is/was my second time with AHV Project Leyte ...
... survived the lethal devastation of the typhoon.
We were graciously greeted by the Leria's. Aaron Dean was here last February and visited with them shortly after the typhoon. Much of Tacloban was evacuated as people would seek shelter with relatives in other parts of the Philippines or live in temporary shelters. Power was out for about six months for ...
The past few weeks I have been shocked as I arrive at the center, there have been so many beautiful updates I have been waiting for, for so long. First the platfrom underneath the center was completed, instantly providing the kids with a safe place to play, and they took full advantage of it immediately. Even when the final portion was drying, they began using the other side to practice their ...
... Day. We traveled 40 minutes south of Tacloban to the town of Tanauan to hold an event for children and parents who are still residing in what has been termed a "tent city".
Unfortunately, even 9 months after Typhoon Haiyan there are still families living in these so called tent cities in a handful of areas throughout the island. Hopefully the government will pull through with permanent relocation sites, which are now ...
... is a lake, within a volcano, within a lake! To get there we had to get a jeepney, two trains, a bus, a trike, another jeepney, a boat and hike for forty minutes. When we got to the top it bloody rained! It was still beautiful though and I felt proud of us for making the journey and hiking while other people rode horses to the top. I took what pictures I could with my phone (RIP camera) and we made our way back down to reverse our journey. I spent a couple of ...