Quarterhaus Pensione

Address: J. Romualdez St., Tacloban, Leyte, Visayas, 6500, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on J. Romualdez St., Tacloban.
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Travel Blogs from Tacloban

So life is a bit different here

A travel blog entry by mudhouse on Feb 02, 2015

... sit and watch. To carry water and do the chores. I guess also having witnessed the devastation of Yolanda had an impact. One four year old spent most of the time alone in her house as dad was at work and brother at school. She didn't want to leave the house as it was her job to look after the house she said. So she sat in a dark room with a British Red Cross donation bag which was her 'favourite' thing and just stayed there all day. That broke my heart More anon I am ...

Visiting Leyte and Typhoon Rebuilding Projects

A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 13, 2015

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... flight was to leave at 8:55 pm and arrive in Hong Kong at 11:10 PM....already on the late side. It was two hours late because of mechanical problems, but we did get off the ground after 11 pm and arrived in Hong Kong at 1:15 am.

My hotel was "near" the airport. I tried to find out how to get there as I figured the shuttle stopped running. The few maintenance people in the airport were very unclear to me in their directions, but kept pointing in ...

Sharing the Ups and Downs

A travel blog entry by elsat on Sep 19, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... day I arrived at the center around 1 pm, after meeting Ryan and Noren (two of the teenagers) in Palo to buy as much chicken as we could fry on our budget. As usual the Nanays (mothers) and the older kids took over the cooking, and the little ones gathered together to watch Shrek.

Which left me yet again surveying the books and checking for "survivors" and "basura" (trash). The little ones peered through the smaller ones asking me ...

What's your name?

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on Jul 02, 2014

1 comment

... buildings and huge washed up ships. I was in awe of the ships. Huge ocean liners were pushed ashore exterminating anything in their path. These gargantuan vessels still lie dormant in the middle of the Barangays, with houses popped up around them. There is an initiative from locals and NGO's to remove the ships but it is a lengthy process as they have to be taken apart piece by piece. I cannot imagine working so hard to restore my community with the knowledge that the ...

Funding A Child's Future

A travel blog entry by elsat on May 31, 2014

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... to attend college. Many of them are the future breadwinners of their families. All of these children have the potential to provide for their siblings and parents and begin to develop a future for their own children. By attending college they will be gaining so much more than an education and the potential for more career options, the children will be able to change the future of their families.

Currently, the highest need student in ...

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