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Prlakwatsero is a hospitality field graduate and it is avid traveler who currently resides in Iloilo City. He started to travel in 2012 back then, when in college day. He accidentally discovered his passion in traveling, when he booked a flight going to Cebu City w/ side trip to Bohol Island. It is the first time to explore, to have an adventure and getting lost to unfamiliar places. He decided to make this blog to share his bad & good experiences on the road.

His advocacy is to push through and help people to conquer their fear to be brave enough to travel and explore the hidden beauty of the nature.

Pardon my grammar if you find grammatically error in my articles, because I am not a good writer, I am just a good traveler. 

The reason behind why I keep traveling and who inspired me to blog click here


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