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San Juanico Bridge

Each place has it’s story to tell.  Where I grew up has marked history as one of the strongest cities in world.  Surely, there is no place like home but this place survived the strongest typhoon ever recorded in 2013 – Haiyan. 69 more words

Tacloban City - A Place of Memories

I first came to Tacloban even before it was lavished by the Typhoon Yolanda  long ago. So, for me, Tacloban might be not as the same if I’m going to be visiting now. 864 more words

Tacloban City

Tacloban City's first Hinatukan Festival

In conjunction with Madrid Fusion Manila, the city of Tacloban held its very first Hinatukan Festival last April 07 to 08, 2017 at Plaza Rizal. A food festival showcasing variety of dishes from appetizers to viands to desserts that use coconut milk or what the Visayan’s commonly know as “hatok” as the main ingredient. 424 more words

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Tacloban City is the capital City of the Leyte Province.

Tacloban City was severely damaged by super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) on November 8, 2013.

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Tacloban City

Tacloban City seems to be an unbeknownst destination for travel enthusiasts, especially after it was devastated by Typhoon Yolanda back in 2013. But I think that’s more reason for travelers to visit, explore, and help the city recover back slowly into its original state by attracting more tourists. 266 more words


Food Porn: Skye Coffee + Wine, Hotel Estrella, Tacloban City

Bone crushingly tired from my two-hour trip from Ormoc City to Tacloban City and an almost 3-hour wait at the Philippine Sweeptakes Office, I badly needed somewhere to unwind and chill. 244 more words