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The Journey Begins

Whenever I find myself in a group of travel-loving-people who’s very enthusiastic to share their travel experiences with out being arrogant about it, makes me feel alive and confirms the idea that I found my community. 487 more words

Bhaktapur

Sambawan Island, Biliran Leyte and Our Story

03172018. Getting There

The Mishap.  I lost my wallet. I tried to remember every events before its gone but still I cannot remember how I exactly lost it. 957 more words

Travel: Backpacking And Photography

Effects of Typhoons Urduja and Vinta in Biliran and Lanao del Norte

In December last year, two typhoons hit the Philippines: Urduja (international: Kai-Tak) and Vinta (international: Tembin). Both weren’t particularly strong typhoons (at least from what we experience in the Philippines); Urduja peaked at Category 1 and Vinta as a Tropical Storm in the… 501 more words

Disasters

Short tour in Biliran.

When I heard the province of Biliran, what comes in my mind is Sambawan Island because of its amazing scenic view and white sand.

When I was in Tacloban last February 2018, the weather was not so good because of lower-pressure area. 228 more words

Biliran

ShelterBox establishes its first operations base outside the UK in time for typhoons in Philippines

New Philippines base in the path of Typhoon Alley has ‘already improved our ability to respond to this season’s storms’

A team from ShelterBox has been working with the Philippines Government and the Rotary Club of Biliran Island, focusing on the municipalities of Caibiran, Almeria, Naval and Biliran which suffered serious flooding, mudslides and loss of homes and livelihoods when two months of rainfall fell within two days. 742 more words

Rotary

34 buried in landslide feared dead

Published December 19, 2017, 12:10 AM

By AFP, Restituto Cayubit, and Elallyn De Vera-Ruiz 925 more words

Manila Bulletin

Sambawan Island and The Inscrutable God

“My stay in Sambawan, nor the book of Yancey, has not totally resolved my case. But, I found out that I haven’t virtually abandoned my faith to God. 652 more words

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