TravelPod Member ReviewsRosvenil Pensione Tacloban
We stayed in the Rosenvil Hotel by recommendations from Trip advisor. However when we arrived the staff could not be bothered to help me, until they had finished their conversation. The room was nice bed, cr, ac and tv all worked well. I had washing done in the hotel and when we collected it and looked at it realised yes it had been washed but it was still very dirty, in fact i had most of it re washed. Overall i didnt enjoy my stay. The staff ruined it for me with there attitude.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Rosvenil Pensione Tacloban
Travel Blogs from Tacloban
I love travelling. The thrill of discovering new cultures, seeing new things and meeting people from across the globe. It is challenging at times but for the most part I find travelling a rewarding and worthwhile experience. I am however, a workaholic and throughout this trip I have found myself genuinely missing my job and feeling as though my journey is lacking a sense of purpose. It is for that reason that I applied to volunteer with IDV and I am so glad I did.
... for all the kids in the community, and thanks to the Hope for Haiyan group, it looks like we may have funds to do so once a week for the rest of the year!
By next week I hope to have our library at the center completed, and I will also get to introduce my cousin Dana to the community, and she plans to do some crafts and activities with the kids too!
Leaps and Bounds doesn't even begin to explain how far we have come at times. From the days of digging and ...
... not deal with the amount of stuff that goes into it and began leaking into the ground. This sparked a WASH scenario (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) that meant we have to bleach our feet whenever we go into our sleeping tent and into the house.
Attending a viewing after a person passed away:
Julie is our favorite sari-sari store owner (her family ...
There is still so much need here, so much devastation, yet I have this heartbreaking feeling that the world has forgotten. I would estimate that 75 percent of survivors still have no electricity and probably close to 40 or 50 percent are depending on relief goods for their day to day needs; though the electricity is slowly coming back, the relief goods are slowly disappearing.
The island of Leyte still has immense needs. Today I ask you to please spread the word ...
... with the leaders of the churches, to encourage them with their work. Ramil gave a powerful sermon on trusting in the lord in all things. They were so encouraged there was even a cheer at the end. After the meetings we sat down together for lunch. Listening to the people describe their experiences was heart breaking. We were told pretty much all the church buildings had been completely destroyed, only recently have they been able to begin rebuilding the foundations. Most ...
Other places to stay in Tacloban
P.Zamora Street, Tacloban | Hotelfrom $29