Leyte Park Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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Travel Blogs from Tacloban
... applied to work with the disaster response team working in the Philippines following the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda. This ferocious typhoon hit the Philippines in November, destroying anything in its path. It is one of the strongest typhoons on record and the subsequent storm surge caused unimaginable devastation to an already poor region. It is still unknown how many people died in the disaster though it is said by locals that 10,000 lives were claimed.
... and maintain hope for the future.
A few years ago I took to heart the mantra "Life goes on" or "Habang Buhay" and it has never failed to propel me forward when life seems to be too much. But every time I repeat this short phrase to myself and imagine how I will feel months down the road, I am never disappointed. Life DOES go on, and June 2014 has proved that to me once again.
Thanks for waiting out the long delay between posts!
... photos taken, goodbye speeches given - and it will never be the same. There is nothing wrong with it as the only constant is change - group dynamics will be different as the new people have no knowledge of the previous bases, the community and the projects. Its a new beginning with new people, new friendships and new projects. May it be a productive, collaborative and fun time for everyone. ...
... 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 ...
... me from him. Now that is something to
be jacked and excited about.
Kid’s International Ministries
(who I spent time with today) are serving in Tacloban and they are now planning
on having a base there permanently! Just got a house today. These are wonderful
people actively serving the Lord in any way possible through feeding,
construction, facilitating other ministry opportunities, and going the extra