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Things I See Around The “Training Camp”

3 10 2009

After 6 days since the rains of Typhoon Ondoy flooded the entire Metro Manila, I finally thought of bringing out my camera and took some pictures this morning around and within the premises of our “training camp” in Pasig City.┬áHere are the pictures I took.

Water On The Streets After 6 Days

Water On The Streets After 6 Days

Another View of The Flooded Street

Another View of The Flooded Street

Elite Team Members On Their Way To Relief Center

Elite Team Members On Their Way To Relief Center

Getting In Line At The Relief Distribution Center

Getting In Line At The Relief Distribution Center

"Amphibian Transport Vehicle" (ATV)

"Amphibian Transport Vehicle" (ATV)

"Personnel Amphibian Vehicle" (PAV)

"Personnel Amphibian Vehicle" (PAV)

Waiting For A Passenger

Waiting For A Passenger

Trashes Everywhere, Collected Everyday But Still Clogged The Creeks

Thrash Everywhere, Collected Everyday But More Still Clogged The Creeks

Contents of One Bag of Relief Goods

Contents of One Bag of Relief Goods

Another Set of Goods In Another Relief Bag

Another Set of Goods In Another Relief Bag

Out of the four members of my Elite athletes who lined up for the distribution of relief goods, only two of them were able to receive bags and the pictures above indicate the contents of each bag given. There is still a lack of relief goods for the people affected with the floods.

With the rains brought by the incoming Typhoon Pepeng since last night, the water on the streets had gone higher by few inches. But what is good is that, electricity had been restored in our “training camp” a few hours ago! My Internet connection is back!

See you tomorrow at the Starting Line!

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