HAIYAN: A year after.

Pen and Kapé

At exactly a year ago, Tacloban city, Philippines experienced the literal definition of a “super-typhoon”.

Since then life has never been the same again.

If you look at the beauty of the place, it’s hard to imagine that the place suffered the wrath of a super typhoon. Sea shells along the sea shore, flowers scattered around and coral stones making it’s way to shores of the place were some of the reasons why people would still want to stay there.

Some things were just hard to remove like some uprooted coconut trees that now paves it’s way to the road. But having them on the side of the path, reminds the people of the strength that they are capable of enduring!

November 7, 2014, Friday.


The day before the commemoration for the victims, I was able to stay within the most devastated barangay, Purok Lapu-Lapu and Purok Balanak. Waiting…

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