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I recently went on a trip to Southern Leyte. It was my first time to go back to Leyte since Typhoon Yolanda (International Name: Typhoon Haiyan) ravaged it. 445 more words

Travel + Science

It's raining chaos

I go on holiday on Friday.  I’m usually really organised about this sort of thing, but something has gone wrong this year and I’ve left everything right to the very last minute.  794 more words

Pog Life

All Hands Volunteers: Project Leyte (2014 - 2015)

When typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) hit the Philippines, like most Filipinos away from their homeland, I felt the longing to help and reach out. I did and participated in every fundraising opportunity available to me: performed in fundraising events in Toronto, collected school supplies and children’s toiletries from my co-workers, organized a breakfast fundraising event with my sisters and etc. 1,345 more words


Fresh air

wow i havent write anything for a long time, even though i have a lot of time to write lol what’s new… Laziness hits me hard all the time. 195 more words

My Initial Reactions of Being A Volunteer in Tacloban

Read it here or check it out on VFV’s website:


When I arrived in Bliss I already began to have second thoughts about spending some time here. 691 more words


Sunset Serenade

Location: Leyte Park Hotel
“There’s a calm and storm in my soul when I see a sunset. It makes me want to cry and laugh all at the same time. 62 more words


Themed Beds of Sto. Niño Shrine

Santo Niño Shrine was one of the 29 presidential rest houses that the late President Ferdinand Marcos.It was built for his wife, Former First Lady Imelda Marcos. 33 more words