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Philippine Daily Life, Part 2/2

Philippine Daily Life, Part 2/2
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A resident carries bicycle over the toppled electrical post and tree caused by Typhoon Rai in Cebu city, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. A powerful typhoon slammed into the southeastern Philippines on Thursday, toppling trees, ripping tin roofs and knocking down power as it blew across island provinces where nearly 100,000 people have been evacuated. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A resident carries bicycle over the toppled electrical post and tree caused by Typhoon Rai in Cebu city, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. A powerful typhoon slammed into the southeastern Philippines on Thursday, toppling trees, ripping tin roofs and knocking down power as it blew across island provinces where nearly 100,000 people have been evacuated. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Local tourists with their belongings arrive to take shelter at a sports complex turned into an evacuation center in Dapa town, Siargao island, Surigao del Norte province in southern island of Mindanao on December 16, 2021, as Typhoon Rai barrel the island. (Photo by Roel Catoto/AFP Photo)

Local tourists with their belongings arrive to take shelter at a sports complex turned into an evacuation center in Dapa town, Siargao island, Surigao del Norte province in southern island of Mindanao on December 16, 2021, as Typhoon Rai barrel the island. (Photo by Roel Catoto/AFP Photo)

Residents line up for gasoline after Typhoon Rai damaged parts of Cebu city, central Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. A strong typhoon engulfed villages in floods that trapped residents on roofs, toppled trees and knocked out power in southern and central island provinces, where more than 300,000 villagers had fled to safety before the onslaught, officials said. (Photo by Cheryl Baldicantos/AP Photo)

Residents line up for gasoline after Typhoon Rai damaged parts of Cebu city, central Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. A strong typhoon engulfed villages in floods that trapped residents on roofs, toppled trees and knocked out power in southern and central island provinces, where more than 300,000 villagers had fled to safety before the onslaught, officials said. (Photo by Cheryl Baldicantos/AP Photo)

Residents charge their phones for free at a mall as most parts of Cebu city, central Philippines, remain without electricity due to Typhoon Rai on Saturday, December 18, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Residents charge their phones for free at a mall as most parts of Cebu city, central Philippines, remain without electricity due to Typhoon Rai on Saturday, December 18, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A boy walks along muddy waters due to Typhoon Rai at their village in Talisay city, Cebu province, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. A strong typhoon engulfed villages in floods that trapped residents on roofs, toppled trees and knocked out power in southern and central island provinces, where more than 300,000 villagers had fled to safety before the onslaught, officials said. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A boy walks along muddy waters due to Typhoon Rai at their village in Talisay city, Cebu province, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. A strong typhoon engulfed villages in floods that trapped residents on roofs, toppled trees and knocked out power in southern and central island provinces, where more than 300,000 villagers had fled to safety before the onslaught, officials said. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A man stands beside damaged homes along a swollen river due to Typhoon Rai in Talisay, Cebu province, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A man stands beside damaged homes along a swollen river due to Typhoon Rai in Talisay, Cebu province, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A man sits beside remnants of damaged homes in Talisay city, Cebu province, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A man sits beside remnants of damaged homes in Talisay city, Cebu province, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Toppled electrical posts lie along a street in Cebu city, central Philippines caused by Typhoon Rai on Friday, December 17, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Toppled electrical posts lie along a street in Cebu city, central Philippines caused by Typhoon Rai on Friday, December 17, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Ships run aground due to Typhoon Rai in Cebu city, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Ships run aground due to Typhoon Rai in Cebu city, central Philippines on Friday, December 17, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A child plays next to uprooted coconut and banana trees in the coastal town of Dulag in Leyte province on December 17, 2021, a day after Super Typhoon Rai hit. (Photo by Bobbie Alota/AFP Photo)

A child plays next to uprooted coconut and banana trees in the coastal town of Dulag in Leyte province on December 17, 2021, a day after Super Typhoon Rai hit. (Photo by Bobbie Alota/AFP Photo)

Residents salvage parts of their damaged homes following Typhoon Rai in Talisay, Cebu province, central Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. The strong typhoon engulfed villages in floods that trapped residents on roofs, toppled trees and knocked out power in southern and central island provinces, where more than 300,000 villagers had fled to safety before the onslaught, officials said. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Residents salvage parts of their damaged homes following Typhoon Rai in Talisay, Cebu province, central Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. The strong typhoon engulfed villages in floods that trapped residents on roofs, toppled trees and knocked out power in southern and central island provinces, where more than 300,000 villagers had fled to safety before the onslaught, officials said. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

In this photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, residents affected by Typhoon Rai wash clothes in Surigao del Norte province, southern Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. The governor of an island province in the central Philippines said dozens of people died in the devastation wrought by Typhoon Rai in just half of the towns that managed to contact him, bringing the death toll in the strongest typhoon to batter the country this year to nearly 100. (Photo by Philippine Coast Guard via AP Photo)

In this photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, residents affected by Typhoon Rai wash clothes in Surigao del Norte province, southern Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. The governor of an island province in the central Philippines said dozens of people died in the devastation wrought by Typhoon Rai in just half of the towns that managed to contact him, bringing the death toll in the strongest typhoon to batter the country this year to nearly 100. (Photo by Philippine Coast Guard via AP Photo)

A woman walks past clothes that are left to dry on toppled trees due to Typhoon Rai in Talisay, Cebu province, central Philippines on Saturday December 18, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A woman walks past clothes that are left to dry on toppled trees due to Typhoon Rai in Talisay, Cebu province, central Philippines on Saturday December 18, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Residents stand amid damaged homes following Typhoon Rai in Talisay, Cebu province, central Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Residents stand amid damaged homes following Typhoon Rai in Talisay, Cebu province, central Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

In this photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, children push a cart beside damaged homes due to Typhoon Rai in Surigao del Norte province, southern Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. (Photo by Philippine Coast Guard via AP Photo)

In this photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, children push a cart beside damaged homes due to Typhoon Rai in Surigao del Norte province, southern Philippines on Saturday, December 18, 2021. (Photo by Philippine Coast Guard via AP Photo)

Fallen electric pylons block a road while a sign asking for food (L) is displayed along a road in Surigao City, Surigao del norte province, on December 19, 2021, days after super Typhoon Rai devastated the city. (Photo by Ferdinandh Cabrera/AFP Photo)

Fallen electric pylons block a road while a sign asking for food (L) is displayed along a road in Surigao City, Surigao del norte province, on December 19, 2021, days after super Typhoon Rai devastated the city. (Photo by Ferdinandh Cabrera/AFP Photo)

Residents pass by toppled electrical posts due to Typhoon Rai in Cebu province, central Philippines on Monday December 20, 2021. The death toll in the strongest typhoon to batter the Philippines this year continues to rise and the governor of an island province especially hard-hit by Typhoon Rai said there may be even greater devastation that has yet to be reported. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

Residents pass by toppled electrical posts due to Typhoon Rai in Cebu province, central Philippines on Monday December 20, 2021. The death toll in the strongest typhoon to batter the Philippines this year continues to rise and the governor of an island province especially hard-hit by Typhoon Rai said there may be even greater devastation that has yet to be reported. (Photo by Jay Labra/AP Photo)

A couple walks towards a Christmas tree in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, December 20, 2021. (Photo by Lisa Marie David/Reuters)

A couple walks towards a Christmas tree in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, December 20, 2021. (Photo by Lisa Marie David/Reuters)

In this photo provided by Greenpeace, clothes are left to dry on a typhoon damaged tree in Surigao City, southern Philippines on Monday December 20, 2021. The governor of a central Philippine province devastated by Typhoon Rai last week pleaded on radio Tuesday for the government to quickly send food and other aid, warning that without outside help, army troops and police forces would have to be deployed to prevent looting amid growing hunger. (Photo by Jilson Tiu/Greenpeace via AP Photo)

In this photo provided by Greenpeace, clothes are left to dry on a typhoon damaged tree in Surigao City, southern Philippines on Monday December 20, 2021. The governor of a central Philippine province devastated by Typhoon Rai last week pleaded on radio Tuesday for the government to quickly send food and other aid, warning that without outside help, army troops and police forces would have to be deployed to prevent looting amid growing hunger. (Photo by Jilson Tiu/Greenpeace via AP Photo)

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