On solitude and my top 5 places for traveling alone. Yes, alone.

Play me first. Alone. One of the most feared words in human history. I bet you cringed when you read that. Alone. Yea you cringed again too. We live in a world where shows, movies, magazines, television sets tell you that … Continue reading

25 things I’ve learned in all my 25 years of living.

Play me first. I turned 25 this past weekend. In retrospect, I took a good look at my 25 years of living and felt perpetual gratitude for the life that I have and all that I’ve learned so far. And … Continue reading

The end of one journey manifests the beginning of another.

Press play first. And repeat. I tend to leave little pieces of my heart wherever I wander. On the last destination of the journey through my homeland, I find that it has always been here to begin with. Over a … Continue reading

When I fell in love in Baler…

People wonder why I lived in San Diego for a decade and never learned how to surf. I ask myself the same. It’s something I’ve always wanted to learn, something I just knew I would end up falling in love … Continue reading

On reflections and going back “home”

“There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” ―Jack Kerouac I started this blog a year ago. I used it to document my self-transformation, my journey, and to inspire others somehow with my photography and writings. A few … Continue reading

Do yourself a favor and buy that damn plane ticket already.

Do yourself a favor and buy that damn plane ticket already.

“Travel is never a matter of money but of courage.  I spent a large part of my youth traveling the world as a hippie. And what money did I have then? None. I barely had enough to pay for my fare. But … Continue reading

Kultura Kamp

Kultura Kamp

Back in April, I was given the opportunity to experience Kultura Kamp in Manabayukan, Tarlac, Philippines with the indigenous Aeta community. Kultura Kamp is the only travel tour in the Philippines that takes you to the villages of the indigenous communities to … Continue reading