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Life in Leyte

aerial view of Tacloban, Leyte

a beautiful spot uptown Leyte

bamboo bridges and nipa houses

kids rowing and playing

bumpy road

amazing rice fields

I will capture your precious time as your read along a special tour to a place that became known to the world when the Typhoon Haiyan utterly destroyed this province in 2013. 314 more words

Tacloban City waterfront

While going around the city’s downtown area last week to inspect the work of our surveyors, we decided to take a break at a fast-food restaurant near the port. 78 more words

Maritime Transport

Mama Pat

Once upon a time, a long time ago, I got to do something amazing because of one lady and her family, but mostly because  her Mum said ‘yes’. 464 more words

Pog Life

Tacloban downtown in the early mornings

Mobilizing surveyors for traffic data collection in Tacloban City’s downtown, I took the opportunity to take some photos before 6:00AM. This was before most people were at work or school on the first good weather day in the city after a week of heavy rains that brought floods and landslides to parts of the city. 218 more words

Highways And Streets

Yolanda Shipwreck Memorial Park

When I went to Tacloban City, I got the chance to pay a quick visit to one of the city’s tourist attractions – Yolanda Shipwreck Memorial Park. 145 more words

Travel: Backpacking And Photography

Another look at the San Juanico Bridge

We have an ongoing project with the City of Tacloban and recently we went around the northern part of the city where many relocation sites were established after the onslaught of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). 230 more words

Highways And Streets

Tacloban 2017

Long overdue post. We’ve been here last July, yet had no time to write a post since then. Tough year. But, as they say, better late than never. 1,192 more words

Travel