Leyte Park Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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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... all their smiling faces once again and continue working towards a more efficient and useful community program for the whole village.
Until this weekend, I will be sleeping and working.
Thanks for your continued support over the past few months and years for that matter. It was lovely to speak with so many people back home who reminded me while I continue writing about my experiences.
... s quiz games so we now have a plethora of games to use with the boards.
I finally feel like we have leapt over the bump in our road caused by the Typhoon, meaning we are finally further in the development of the community center than we were before the storm. We are now cooking the meals inside the center, providing educational activities for the kids, distributing clothing, and supplying the kids with a range of games, toys, and special activities. We are also providing ...
... lady who washes our dirty work clothes from Monday to Saturday and even uses fabric softener that makes our stinky clothes smell of flowers and fresh air. Ahh what luxury we have.
With about 26 people at the base, water consumption, sewage production, trash production and hygiene become a critical issue. We learned this the hard way as the septic ...
... in to their attics, placing the children in the rafters to keep them out of the deathy storm surge, others fled to the top of a nearby hill and huddled together amidst the incredible winds and rain. Four of their homes were badly damaged, and when the water receded their complex had victims scattered across what used to be beautiful gardens. The children were evacuated three days after the storm, but they too, unfortunately, experienced the fear of going hungry and the devastation ...
... supplies out individually, praying a blessing over them. Money was sent from the churches in the UK who are connected to the Lifenet project and some Philippines churches which helped finance the supplies purchased locally in Cagayan de Oro that were given to the people in Tacloban. They were all so thankful for our small donation and we were so glad to help. They expressed how something small makes such a huge difference to their lives. After the meeting with the people ...