Thank you for all those who supported our Tacloban Projects this 2014! Here’s a photo wrap-up by my partner Spanky … ANG TUBIG NI KUYA BATMAN by Spanky Enriquez One of the most indelible images of this trip is this bottle of water. During yesterday’s Boodle Fight organized by the Gawad Kalinga, I was enjoying … Continue reading TACLOBAN REFLECTIONS: “Ang Tubig Ni Kuya Batman!” by @SpankyEnriquez
TACLOBAN: 140 Days After Typhoon Yolanda (A Photo Essay March 2014) #TindogTacloban
I visited Tacloban with my friend Spanky to create an ongoing Voluntourism Program in partnership with Operation Santa, to help the people of Leyte affected by Typhoon Yolanda. As donation fatigue sets in, the artificial economy created by International aid is removed, and the media starts to focus on 2016 politics, the Yolanda-affected areas will … Continue reading TACLOBAN: 140 Days After Typhoon Yolanda (A Photo Essay March 2014) #TindogTacloban
Tacloban is the Ultimate Leyte Pasalubong haven. The top 4 pasalubong from Tacloban are Binagol, Chocolate Moron, Sagmani and Carigara’s Pastillas. I would recommend that you buy all your pasalubong from Tita Aida’s delicacies along P.Zamora St. (across Chowking).
Tacloban City — Top 10 Foodie Secrets of Tacloban (Part 2)
6. Ayo Cafe 7. Guiseppe’s Italian Restaurant 8. Jose Karlos Cafe 9. Calle Zaragosa Cafe 10. Local Favorites
Tacloban City — Top 10 Foodie Secrets of Tacloban (Part 1)
The foodie scene in Tacloban City is underrated. Most people think that Guiseppe Italian restaurant is the only exciting foodie place in the city. I was so excited to explore the different flavors of Tacloban. I’m planning to share it with people via a Food trip/ Heritage/ Sangyaw Festival Tour of Tacloban next year. In the meantime, let me share with you the top 10 foodie secrets of Tacloban.
Romancing San Juanico Bridge, Tacloban City
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