Welcome to My Travel Blog

Honestly, I have revised this post so many times and changed the title twice. I am new to the blogging world and still finding my way through it. Please feel free to comment, I welcome constructive criticism and I believe in continuous improvement concept. So, feedback is much appreciated.

Over the past few months, I have been thinking of starting a blog and what topics should I write about. Well, since I love traveling, meeting new people and immersing myself to new culture, why not write about it. So here I am, starting my first ever travel blog.

Unlike every other travel blogger who left their corporate job to travel around the world, I am keeping my day job for now. It gives me the opportunity to travel for work where I can squeeze in a little bit of personal time or travels and at the same time it also pays for my own personal travels. So, at this point in time, if I can travel while I work 8 hours per day, 5 days a week, why not!

This blog will mostly feature my travel stories and will be featuring my own work + leisure travels, tips on traveling with a travel companion, sharing some of the itinerary I have personally planned, some freebies you may consider (or not) and a lot more. So stay tuned and FOLLOW my blog! Sharing is caring, so you may share my posts and again, please feel free to leave your comments below.


When I travel, I get the chance to wander, walk around and meet new people. I am blessed with the opportunity to immerse myself with different cultures, discover similarities and differences.

Most of the time, I follow where my feet take me and I get astonished all the time. The experience is always so overwhelming and exciting that I realized it has to be shared to others who may want to experience the same.

I am still finding my true passion and hopefully this blog will eventually lead me to it.

Travel with me and join me in discovering what life has to offer.

XOXO

Jhes

I love traveling, extreme sports (except any water sports or water activities) and I am a sucker for mountains.

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