About Me

Kalanggaman IslandHi, I’m Jeff!

Since I started traveling way back 2015, I was able to experience plenty of things, meet new friends, tried different kinds of foods, experience other cultures, etc.. Every time I will go back home from my travels, I am so FULL of stories and experiences and always excited to share it to my family and friends. Traveling has taught me a LOT.

And because of that, I decided to create this blog so I can also share these stories to other travelers out there, and of course, to my future children and grandchildren someday. (See my first post, What Made Me Decide To Start My Own Travel Blog).

One of my hobbies by the way is playing musical instruments. I’m a musician at heart, and I guess it runs in our blood. I play drums and guitar, but my favorite is playing keyboard.

I also love doing travel videos, and I’m into photography as well. So I will try to insert both of that passion in this blog.

Thank you for dropping by, and may we all have a happy, venturesome and exciting travel! Carpe Diem! 🙂

God bless everyone..


P.S.: I’ll be using Tagalog words for the majority of this blog because one of my target market are those people na tamad magbasa (too lazy to read). 😀 I am very optimistic that by using our native language (Tagalog), I can encourage other readers out there that reading blog posts is not boring. 🙂

So in this blog, we’ll try to make this simple, delightful, straightforward and very down-to-earth. Enjoy reading! 🙂

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  • Yeah, the fullness of traveling experiences cannot be complete without sharing them to others.

    Was that taken in Kalanggaman Island?

  • Mas developed na sya ngayon. Maganda na mga CR at may tree house na din yata. Visit mo sir, maganda sya. You can go there either via Cebu or Tacloban.

  • One advantage of being a solivagant blogger: you become a “Saudade.”
    The word, Saudade, is Portuguese in origin.
    Through your writing, youlong nostalgically something or someone that is distant, or that has been loved and then lost.

    My hope is that as the years pass by, the writer/ writers would read back what they have once sowed and recorded. Going back means not wanting to forget the different shades of wandering. It’s also about remembering the most significant- a compilation of your travels that make you love life deeply.

  • Nice work. Keep it up! 🙂

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