About

 

Jan

Pampanga blogger

I am inspired to capture the natural beauty of my beloved country, the Philippines, and I dream to set foot in all of its eighty- one provinces.

I am inspired to learn and experience first hand the different local cultures.

I am inspired to share my travel experiences to entice my fellow Filipinos to prioritize domestic traveling and patronize local tourism. I am very particular in helping the locals.

A Philippine Nurse license holder and a trained Human Resources professional.

Kapampangan Born – but have roots from Ilocandia, Bicolandia and Visayan region.

Tagalog and Kapampangan are my mother tongue. I can speak basic Bicolano, and I want to learn Ilocano and Visaya.

Kapampangan is one of the major languages in the Philippines widely spoken in Central Luzon, particularly in the province of Pampanga and surrounding provinces.

I am a FILIPINO, and I am proud of it.

INSTAGRAM: kapampangan_traveller

To date, this is so far how I traveled the Philippines.


My Lakbayan grade is A+!How much of the Philippines have you visited? Find out at Lakbayan!

Created by Eugene Villar.

Past Collaborations and Features: 

 

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for motivating me to patronise our domestic tourism. It is tempting to explore other countries but #PilipinasMuna. Your past collaborations and features are impressive too. May you have more interesting and remarkable trips.

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  2. This seems like an older blog but I’m very happy to find you! Even though Kapampangan is widely used, it’s been very hard to find resources that actual teach it. Thank you for the nice vocabulary list and cool travel posts!

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