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The next day I took the ferry to Cebu, one of the most interesting places in the Philippines and many people think (including me) that this is the best place to live in this country.

More on that in the next post – the last picture here is of a dolphin I spotted on the ferry ride from Ormoc (Leyte) to Cebu.

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This is the liveliest area in downtown with lot’s of street stalls and young couples hanging out in the late afternoon and evening.

The following day I woke up early to make the most of my full day exploring the city and countryside around Tacloban.

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About 7 hours travel in total, and I got to see some beautiful offshore islands during the ferry ride.

The first impressions of downtown Tacloban were mostly like this: A small alley in a residential area: Pretty much lost of orientation, I asked my way through to get to the waterfront.

Most people know Tacloban from the disastrous typhoon that was the number one topic in the news around the world for many weeks.

And so unfortunately if you do a google image search for “tacloban philippines” almost everything you get to see is destroyed buildings, local Filipinos crying, misery and just very, very little about what this 221,000 citizen capital of Leyte (the easternmost and one of the biggest islands in the Visayas) really has to offer.

I then paid 150 Pesos to a tricycle driver to bring me to the foot of Calvary Hill.

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