10 Filipina Travel Bloggers We Love
***NOTE: LIST IS IN RANDOM ORDER***
10. SOLITARY WANDERER (by Aleah Taboclaon)
Aleah writes about her experiences of traveling alone (she started traveling alone at age 11). She loved offering tips and tricks to make solo travel safer and more enjoyable.
9. I am Aileen (by Aileen Adalid)
Aileen graduated early at one of the top universities in the metro. In fact, when she was 21, she quit her corporate job in the Philippines to travel the world. Today, she is a digital nomad & entrepreneur living a sustainable travel lifestyle. Her website, iAmAileen.com, was relaunched just last Septemeber 2014 as a travel blog as she aims to inspire others to wander out more. Her mission? To show that any non-rich third national like her can travel the world sustainably, even with only a third world passport!
8. P.S. I’m on My Way (by Trisha Velarmino)
Trisha is one of those people who gave up their comfortable life to travel the world. In 2013, she left her 9-5 routine and traveled to South America. She found ways on how to travel for less by volunteering, teaching English and working remotely. Today, she can say that she’s living the life she’d always imagined and it’s the best decision she ever made.
7. Two Monkeys Travel Group (by Kach Mu and Jonathan Howe)
Kach and Jonathan are working-on-the-road couple from the Philippines and UK. Having each decided to quit their jobs and set off around South East Asia to start their new lives, neither imagined they would end up traveling the world with someone they met in a backpackers’ bar in Laos. But that’s what happened! They are both certified Tantra Yoga Teachers, Ayurveda Massage Therapists and TEFL Certified Teachers. Working wherever and whenever they want! Travelling since April 2013 and currently exploring South America. Their next major travel goal- Antartica via Argentina.
6. We are Sole Sisters (by Lois and friends)
“Sole Sisters are travelers who make travel happen for themselves and for others. We are women from all walks of life who defy the challenges and accept the uncertainties of life on the road. Our aim is to connect with like minded people who continue to travel, share their stories and empower others to find their own adventures”
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