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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We checked out of the Alejandro Hotel at 7 am and headed left shortly after that for the country to the towns of Abuyog and Macarthur. We drove out more than an hour to visit some of the other homes that were rebuilt. I was VERY IMPRESSED with work has been done and how the outcomes were new dwelling for several families. As mentioned, six homes have been rebuilt and seven roofs replaced from Haiyan. We have told some of this story on the LifeNets website ...
... routine after the previous weekend) and they all sat down, then I placed another mat over their heads making a small tent.
Some of the kids that were playing under the center came bolting upstairs and we all watching as the wind blew and the rain trickled under the center door. All we could do was wait for it to stop, and continue to fill up bucket and bucket with rain water from our newly installed faucets.
When the ...
I love travelling. The thrill of discovering new cultures, seeing new things and meeting people from across the globe. It is challenging at times but for the most part I find travelling a rewarding and worthwhile experience. I am however, a workaholic and throughout this trip I have found myself genuinely missing my job and feeling as though my journey is lacking a sense of purpose. It is for that reason that I applied to volunteer with IDV and I am so glad I did.
... as the floorboards come in all shapes and sizes which makes it difficult to produce a "perfect floor" (without spaces and gaps). I learned a lot but there is still loads to learn, not only when it comes to floors but also in building walls and working on joists.
But life in tacloban is not all about work, the evenings and Sunday are time off and people either escape to a hotel for some private ...
... of the typhoon destruction as we get to talk to the owners and learn about their stories during the typhoon. The property clearing work is hard and dirty; sorting and clearing through the rubble, fighting huge cockroaches that made a home in the rubble, finding IDs and personal items of people who lived there and talking to people who live in ...