When I was a child I hate the idea of travel. It’s because I’m a homebody kind of person, everything that I need to know will be learned at home, or in any case in my little town. But now that I’ve grown a little I realized that it’s important to travel to many places as much as you can as reading as many books. It’s because you’d find that not all views in life are seen only the way you see it.

People don’t travel much because of security reasons and the natural feel of fear and indifference towards other people in other places. I also felt that too – short-time travels taught me that – but at the end of the day when I reflect on the events that happened to me I find kernels of wisdom that not even books are only capable of teaching. Being in a different place Continue reading

It’s Chillax

You could say I love to travel to various places – beaches, mountain, food trip, outreach programs, and the like. Summer is the perfect time to do all sorts of traveling because the things that preoccupy you in a typical day won’t drag you off back to your desk.

I love to travel because it gives me ideas on what to write for my short stories and poetry. Even in just a simple hometown bus rides, it strikes me, how much reality I can capture in there. How much more if it’s off to some beach or a fab place, away from the realities you witness everyday in your place? It would be a blast of ideas.

Whenever I feel drain of ideas, I go to some places to relax and chill. Churches, department stores, city parks, and hurly-burly city streets were just some of the places I go. It doesn’t have to be a grand vacation, just Continue reading