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So far, Sogod

During my last day in the Philippines, my mom asked me to go with her to a farm to check out her poultry business. The day was a little dull and I was curious how the place looked like, so I thought spending a little time in the farm wouldn’t hurt. 258 more words


Q Kitchen at XYZ (Tacloban City)

Q Kitchen is where Breakfast is served in XYZ Hotel. The Restaurant has a Modern Look to it which looks like it is from a 4Star or 5Star Hotel. 114 more words

Seafoods and Ribs Warehouse (Palo, Leyte)

Seafoods and Ribs Warehouse was just established in 2014. My cousins who went to Tacloban enjoyed the food so much that they kept on raving about it. 137 more words

The Super Typhoon's Impact

International reports said that Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda killed more than 6,000 people on two of the islands of the Eastern Visayas–Samar and Leyte, which is where we’re working. 507 more words

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Tacloban: The Tide Turns

If you want to know how resilient Filipinos are, take the first flight out to Tacloban City in Leyte, an hour from Manila. By this time, everyone–Filipino and foreigner alike–knows the city by name. 903 more words


Day 3 at Barangay 54A

Rick asked what I wanted for my birthday hoping it was the hotel we splurged for rather than a gift. All that matters right now is water, bread or rice at a minimum, bug dope and sunblock, and the kids from Barangay 54A. 609 more words

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