Tag: Pinoy Travel Bloggers
“Travel is like an endless university. You never stop learning.”
- HARVEY LLOYD, Cruise Travel, Apr. 1985
To all of our beloved readers, good day.
First, I’d like to apologize to all of you that I wasted a lot of paper and ink drafting a perfect speech to no avail. (Well, I still prefer the old school doodling on papers.) I spent countless hours of just staring at clean sheets of paper, floating in a sea of words. When I finally had something to write, they seemed wrong. And with that having said, forgive me for being so personal and emotional with what you are about to read.
She will be named Marie.
I always dream of having a child; who doesn’t? Boy or girl, it doesn’t really matter.
I want him to be an artist, a musician or a painter maybe. I wish for him to be fit and become an athlete. I desire him to have good grades in school and be a disciplined student.
I don’t like Math and numbers. Same reason why I took a college course which I thought wouldn’t involve Math. Voila! I had Statistics, Economics, and two subjects of Algebra with grades ranging from 2.5 to 3.0 (fair to thank-all-the-saints-you-barely-made-it).
Now that I am not getting any younger, I realized that it’s something you can’t avoid and that it’s everywhere. You’ve got statistics that you need to meet for you to retain your job. You must rely with economics for your everyday expenses. You need to do accounting to check if there’s left for your savings.
In accordance with the pact I made with myself and that is to update my blog with contents/articles on a weekly basis, let me wrap up the month right with this long-overdue introduction. Why? The site has been up since 2009 and yet no one knows how I landed writing a travelogue.
I started blogging year 2003 about my daily college shenanigans. I wrote prolifically back then, sometimes posting two or more blog posts each day, under the aliases (which I don’t regret using):