Rolet Hotel

Address: Mabini Avenue, Samar, Visayas, 6700, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Mabini Avenue, Samar, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Samar

    Typhoon Yolanda eye of the storm

    A travel blog entry by wsbieber on Apr 12, 2015

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    From there we went to Tacloban which had the greatest amount of damage and deaths. The pictures here tell the story and this is 1 1/2 years after the event. Another "divine appointment" with a pastor lady going into one of the slum areas on the waterfront on our Sunday morning prayer walk in the communities. This lady would be a great trainer as some others we have met here. Plenty of work and opportunity here that HCDI will follow up ...

    Leaving cairns for the Philippines

    A travel blog entry by mille-maja on Mar 01, 2015

    ... I spent the first 2 hours chatting to her about life. Exciting. Then she was boarding. And then a German girl and I got to talking and slept next to each other on the floor for an hour or so. At 4am it was time to check in and then I was going to Kuala Lumpur. As I am doing this the cheapest way possible you can probably guess I was flying with Malaysian Airlines. And I will just say it right now - greatest flight of my life. The plane was maybe a third full and the ...

    She's like a doll...

    A travel blog entry by mudhouse on Feb 03, 2015

    ... like a doll she was a real kid that could run, climb and swim like all the rest. Although in other ways I think she may have supported the 'don't touch her she'll break' by screaming whenever she saw an ant and bursting into hysterical tears when she got a splinter. The kids were quite bemused by the latter as they all had hundreds of splinters that they showed me and couldn't understand quite why ...

    Going nowhere, very slowly

    A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 02, 2013

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    ... kilometers back along the highway to a bus stop where at least we could sit in the shade. We sat down and waited...nothing came past, no buses, all the vans were full and after another 2 hours we were a little bit concerned. Until finally a public bus came past and we flagged it down and hopped on. We were on our way, if a little slowly to Tacloban...then it stopped and did not get going again. Remarkably it had broken ...

    Catbalogan

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 07, 2011

    ... goal is to get to a nice beach and get out of a city. At Catbalogan, we could not go any further despite it only being 300 PM. It was a bit frustrating. We asked for the first bus to Borongan in the morning to stay at a place called Pirates Cove, but we got 4 different answers from 4 different people. I'm not sure when it actually leaves or if they have a schedule. It's quite frustrating to only be able to travel about six hours a day here. We did have the option of ...