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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Calle Z


Calle Zaragosa is one resto that you should not miss when you are in Tacloban City!

I so love their heavenly Bulalo! Arggh, the yummy bulalo makes my mouth water!

Add the sisig na Bangus and Oh la la, you would want to stay forever in Tacloban!
No wonder a lot of foreigner made Tacloban their second home. Don't miss out the delicious meals being offered by Calle Z, book your flights now to Tacloban and eat the yummy Bulalo and sisig na Bangus @ Calle Zaragosa.
Calle Z is located at #39 Independencia St., Tacloban City, Philippines and open from 6 p.m. to 4 a.m. everyday. For more information please visit Calle Z Cafe.


Friday, October 29, 2010

May tumalon sa San Juanico Bridge!


San Juanico Bridge ang pinakamahabang tulay sa Pilipinas na pinagdudugtong ang Leyte at Samar. Ang tulay ay dating kilala sa pangalang Marcos Bridge dahil naipatayo ito sa administrasyon ni Pangulong Ferdinand E. Marcos. Ito ay humigit kumulang na 2.2 kilometro ang haba.


The country's longest bridge is the San Juanico Bridge, a steel structure connecting the islands of Samar and Leyte. Built in 1973 under the Marcos administration. 
San Juanico Bridge has a width of 10.620 meters and 2.162-kilometer length. It crosses over the picturesque San Juanico Strait as a part of the Maharlika Highway. Also known as Marcos Bridge, San Juanico Bridge has 43 spans rising 41 meters above the sea.

It connects Tacloban City on the Leyte side and Santa Rita town on the Samar side. It offers many picturesque views, especially of the San Juanico Strait with its thousands of whirlpools as well as the islets of the province. It is approximately 10 minutes from downtown Tacloban City and is accessible by passenger jeepney, bus, motorcab or private vehicle.





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