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Oriental Leyte: A Luxury Hotel in Tacloban

We alighted the plane in Tacloban light-headed and sluggish. Battling against lack of sleep and exhaustion from office hours, we dragged our luggage and waited for our friend who was about to fetch us from the airport. 473 more words

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Tacloban City

After exploring the island of Kalanggaman, our group went back to Tacloban City. We didn’t really plan to explore the town but since we’re already there, we took the opportunity to visit the famous and longest bridge in the country, San Juanico Bridge. 145 more words

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Kalanggaman Island

November 2015 when I first went to Kalanggaman Island. My friend and I got there late in the afternoon and the tide was already high that it hid the long sandbar that made the island so popular. 440 more words

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A visit to Tacloban, in the Ring of Fire

In November 2013, Typhoon Haiyyan (Yolanda) hit the Philippines with winds as high as 230 km/hr resulting in over 6000 fatalities and over 1000 missing persons.   460 more words

Going Home with Tacloban-Bato-Ubay-Tubigon-Cebu routes

After the success of PSSS Anniversary Shipspotting Tour 2016(see sir Mike articles), We arrived safely at Tacloban Bus Terminal past 12:00am of December 13(It was PSSS Anniversary Day). 735 more words

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Leyte

The need to get a bit ‘off the beaten track’ grew after being at Alona beach and Bohol. We also didn’t go and see the whale sharks in Oslob, we wanted to do it ‘the right way’ and decided to go to Pintuyan on the Southern tip of Leyte. 968 more words

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