Ormoc Buenas Pension House

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

All Hands Project Leyte Typhoon Relief - part II

A travel blog entry by grizzly on Apr 06, 2014

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... on places to go and see. It also means that there are no tourist maps to come by unless the few big hotels have one. I was told to go to City Hall to get a map and so that's what I did. I asked for a Barangay map and Tacloban City map and was handed from person to person until I talked to the head hancho who was thankful to hear that I am a volunteer helping ...

As Days Pass By

A travel blog entry by elsat on Mar 11, 2014

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... called Hope For Haiyan, actively raising awareness of the needs of the Philippines. You can read their blog here: http://hopeforhaiyan.com/

Upcoming VFV Volunteer Michael Quinlan has made it his mission to not only help support VFV's efforts in the Philippines through volunteering, but also educate youth in the U.S. and fundraise almost $10,000 U.S. dollars to support VFV. You can watch ...

Tindog Tacloban

A travel blog entry by arza89 on Feb 02, 2014

I'm now writing this blog back in the forty-degree comfort of my home in Melbourne.

Our last few days in Tacloban seem like quite a blur. After returning from Naval/Biliran quite late into the night and still quite drenched from the waterfall, a warm shower in our apartment at Villa Lolita was exactly what we all needed. Our apartment was such a great find, exactly what we needed - a four bed bedroom, a two bed bedroom for the girls, two bathrooms, a living ...

How a Mobile Clinic Works

A travel blog entry by arza89 on Jan 25, 2014

... and would be startled every time a strong gust blew the more loose bits of tin causing a loud crashing noise, and leaving us counting down the number of times that that could happen before said piece of former roofing would come hurtling down on us. Somehow Yen and I became the resident wound care and abscess drainage team. We were cleaning infected foot wounds and I was required to drain two abscesses from babies: a supraorbital abscess on a 8 month old and an ...

The Filipino Spirit

A travel blog entry by vazza.wazza on Dec 16, 2013

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I have just finished my second week working with All Hands on project Leyte in the Philippines in response to the typhoon. The work is physical and hard especially considering how hot it is here. We get up at 6am and are on site for 7.15, normally sweating already as the sun beats down. At the moment the majority of work is debris clearing and deconstruction. I have learned how to properly use a crow bar, hammer, sledge hammer and even a chain ...

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