It has been 4 years since Typhoon Yolanda hit Tacloban 08 November 2013 in which thousands of people perished and destruction was devastating. As you drive from Dulag to Tacloban you pass a number of Memorial’s. Some of these sites are mass graves. This is sad but a reminder of how strong and severe Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) really was.
The barangay where I live in the Dulag area was also devastated but by the grace of God there was no loss of life. In an article with such an event is very hard to describe in words what you are seeing. My first impression as I drove in our barangay (village) five days after the typhoon was the vision of a war zone. It was so hard to imagine winds could be so strong and cause so much damage. This barangay is four kilometers inland from the sea so the sea surge was not an issue.
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Hi I`m Clinton, and I live in Alangalang Leyte, Philippines. I was born in 1992, and that makes me more than 20years old! A Freelance Programmer base on Codeigniter.