“Kumakain kami ng bigas na basa ng baha. Hinuhugasan lang namin. Kahit anong mapulot namin sa kalsada na makakain, kinukuha namin…kahit mga namatay na baboy…” Continue reading Encounter with Yolanda Survivors, Part 1: Crucible Still Haunts Survivors After Three Years
3:30AM. We finally boarded from another gate. As we were about to get off the shuttle bus, heavy rains poured. This didn’t dampen our spirits, as there could not be any more misfortune worse than what we have just been through. Nothing can stop us from getting to our destination at that very moment.
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You love our beaches? Take nothing but photos and souvenirs; leave nothing but your footprints. The Footprints Project – PhilippineBeaches.org. Continue reading The Footprints Project – PhilippineBeaches.org