Ormoc Buenas Pension House

Mabini Cor. Lopez Jaena Sts., Ormoc, Leyte, Visayas, Philippines | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Ormoc

The Filipino Spirit

A travel blog entry by vazza.wazza

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... spent half a day hand scrubbing the family laundry and never one lost her smile or her interest in the antics of her siblings. It's hard to describe in a blog but they are beautiful people who just accept and make the most of what they have. They are welcoming and generous to strangers, humble and grateful. I'm so glad to have the opportunity to do what I can to help and think I will learn a lot from their attitudes whilst I am here.
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Persistence, Determination, & Hope

A travel blog entry by elsat

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... their families and siblings and friends, who had survived, where their house was, if they were sick, etc. All of them were in good spirits and giggled when I spoke their language, by then they were accustomed to the foreign relief workers and didn't expect a foreigner to speak their language.

There was water in the ground floor of our office for over a week and a half. And outside it took 2 weeks for the sidewalk's flooding to subside. Across the city there were ...

Coming to Terms, Only the Beginning

A travel blog entry by elsat

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... my emotions would over whelm me. Instead I absorbed myself in the tasks to be done around me, in the things I could successfully complete. We tried to be realistic but also sensitive to the situation, we tried to plan for the future and make important decisions, but we had to force ourselves to think in the short term. Next week was years away and tonight was our focus. How would we get food tonight? How would be find our coworkers and friends? How would secure our building?

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Finding A Way to Come to Terms

A travel blog entry by elsat

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... the head. “Gusto mo tinapay?” (Do you like bread?), and again of course he repeated his latter nod. So I motioned for him to follow me and he did after I turned back and said “Palit ako hin tinapay,” meaning I would buy him some bread if he followed me. When we got to the bread shop I was peering through glass at all the options, I am completely clueless when it come to good bread myself since I am gluten-intolerant. I have only the advice of my ...

Colorful, Playful, Rainy Day

A travel blog entry by elsat

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... some water in to some of our empty water bottles and let the little ones who needed it most share some water.

I let John Joseph have three hot dogs, because as usual he was a mini-bottomless pit. His cheeks are back to being chubby though and his grin is more frequently drawn. Jon-Jon was still not himself, apparently ill since playing in the flood the day before. Their mother hasn't visited for 2 weeks, but I have continued to bring them groceries and even given the girls ...

Location

This pension, located on Mabini Cor. Lopez Jaena Sts., Ormoc, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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