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Very early this Sabbath morning, we departed Manila for Tacloban on the island of Leyte. We arrived in Tacloban at 07:20 and were greeted at the airport by Florante and Lina Siopan, and some of the Leyte brethren. Mr. Siopan is the pastor for the Visayas region (the central islands in the Philippines. They are a very hardworking and faithful coupld …
... in "do not build" zones. Building are being rebuilt slowly, and prices are exorbitant. Sign on some of the companies say “were here to help”, but then make outrageous profits with prices double that in Manila or Davao.
Saw the bridge Ferdinand Marcos built to connect two islands. It is often called the “Love bridge” since his wife Imelda was from Tacloban. (Now in her 80's She is still in politics. I had first met her and her husband in 1981. ...
... thousands dead many of them we buried in mass
graves. A mass grave was dug for about 500 bodies with people living all around
the grave. The mayor asked the people there to help by placing the bodies in
the grave and that he would pay them to help. Out of desperate need for money
some of the people agreed. The mayor left and never returned to compensate
Not only was the typhoon bad enough, right before
After a rest on the floor we all awoke early to begin the day at 6am. Nathan was unable to comprehend the washing method here, smelling highly of deodrant, while Rach had another quick wash with the bucket. After breakfast we set the room with lots of chairs surrounding the pews to provide sufficent seating for the locals who will come at 9.00am to attend a church service and collect supplies we have brought. Rach and Rose began a welcome committee at the entrance to meet ...
... was largely checking up on the children and giving them multivitamins but we had eight doctors working so we were done by midday much to our joy and to the joy of Dr. Lotti. We were rewarded for the hard work with a brief drive around the downtown area of Tacloban, taking photos at one of the washed up ships, purchasing our "Tindog Tacloban" shirts, getting some milk tea and then visiting the Leyte Park Resort, the former grandest hotel of Tacloban where the mayor ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLeyte Park Resort Hotel Tacloban
Provides Overlooking View of the City, Nightlife Activities and Sports Recreations in the center of the City
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