My Little Island Hotel

Address: Esperanza, Poro Island, Camotes Islands, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Esperanza, Poro Island.
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      Restoring Lives

      A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Mar 11, 2014

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      ... all their brothers and sisters in the US who helped. You may note these homes do not yet have windows. The windows will be installed after power is restored.

      Further down the coast we came to the home of Elder Jose Campos and his wife Deodita. They sat out the typhoon in the very strong concrete home next door, being built by recent KOG attendee British born Nigel Thomas. He is keen on the truth, and is not only attending church, but ...

      Municipal Office visit

      A travel blog entry by wsbieber on Mar 11, 2014

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      Then to Matag-ob. There met with town council office, finance officer Jinky, and the social worker,  Ricky, as much of efforts under DSW. He understands language of community empowerment and got excited!  Seem well organized.  Gym where they had designated shelter very damaged , but only 10 deaths.  Not much aid ...

      Camotes Island out trip

      A travel blog entry by wsbieber on Mar 06, 2014

      8 photos

      ... to the harder hit areas.

      "The Camotes group of islands was among those badly hit by the typhoon being near the path of Yolanda’s eyewall. From Leyte, Yolanda moved to Cebu’s northern tip, missing Camotes by several kilometers. Of the four Camotes towns, Pilar, which is near Ormoc City, got a harsher lashing from the typhoon’s ...

      The Chorus of Roosters

      A travel blog entry by imcandry on Jan 29, 2014

      1 comment

      ... bike that was parked out of the way and that was the bike they rented to us. Turns out the bike belonged to the owner's brother. Anything to earn 500 pesos!!!

      Driving around the island was interesting. One minute you'd be on a nice smooth-ish concrete road, the next you are on a nice un-smooth rubble path!!! Sure makes for a sore backside at the end of the day. We saw a lot of fallen trees, that ...

      Cebu, Camotes Islands

      A travel blog entry by imcandry on Jan 25, 2014


      ... and bars, but we had such a late lunch, we just ended up buying cold meat and buns and having a picnic in our room!! We go back to this hotel after our stay in the Camotes - we are looking forward to visiting it again.

      When you travel anywhere in this country, it's best to mentally think it's going to take you the better part of the day, which in most cases it does. Yesterday morning, we hired a cab from ...