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Simply said, the past few weekends in Cangumbang have been pure bliss.
The children eagerly come to the center, usually the little ones filtering in first and plopping themselves on the floor in front of the benches where they assume a movie will soon be played from.
The teenagers stream in headed for the kitchen to peek in the grocery bags and guess what the feeding or snack is, and of course to begin helping me prepare the food (without ...
The past two weekends have been so effortless at the center, other than a bit of anxious excitement due to the unpreictable weather. On Saturday when I arrived at the center I was confronted with some unfortunate news. Although we were excited to finally have Wine to Water install rain water collection at the center, since an underground water pump is still not possible, unfortunately the shower was actually broken during ...
... yellow, illustrating the resiliency of the fields as the rice is now ready for harvest. Though I may personally enjoy the site of the fields when they are green, during mid-season, the yellow color is a blessing this year and a welcomed livelihood for the villages in the area.
The first waves of homes built by Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in Hibicaan are completed, and now the second and third waves of families are beginning to receive funding and material ...
... of them.
During the last week the construction of the center also began. Within one week the lone damaged wall was demolished and restored. The damaged roof trusses and supports were removed, and almost all the new roofing materials were painted and prepared for installation. In another 10 days the roof could be complete once again.
Just 5 months after the storm, and though ...
... golden pheasants, put on a show with shimmering feathers. The large lizards ran free with their own small pond as did some geese. There was a talking bird similar to a Macau, and some Ostriches and a caged Boa.
The beach front sported some covered tree houses, and some Polynesian style canopies for picnics and one had a giant swinging table that could easily seat 6 or 8 people. The rooms were nice, although there were only ...