A Meeting With Journeying James..

I’ve been reading James’ blog for quite sometime. He’s a 20-something blogger who travels in and outside the Philippines on a budget (P400 – 500/ day, including accomodation) and blogs about it.
I find that really amazing.So when I read that he’s doing the “Isangdaan Journey”, I told him to contact me when he gets to Davao.

“Isangdaan” is the theme of his recent escapade. A one hundred day trip all over the Philippines with
Php500.00 per day as his maximum budget. Cool right?

On Thursday, 29 March 2012, James texted and asked ” Ate Lea, is the lunch together still on?” I said yes. And so John and I met him at our favorite restaurant, Boyd’s.

In the middle of our conversation, eating pasta and pizza, James told us about his trip to Mati and how he helped rescue a “pawikan” and watched it lay a total of 136 eggs.

So now you understand why I love travelling? 🙂 I’ve never seen a Pawikan, like James did. But I am glad that a fellow blogger had that kind of an experience. Watching from the video, I found it really awesome!


Jame’s Blog –  http://journeyingjames.com

John took this photo of me and Journeying James. 🙂

@ James, thank you for sharing this picture through FB. 🙂

So now I am waiting for his article and pictures on Sohoton Cove, Bucas Grande Island in Surigao. Specially the photos of the stingless jelly fish.  🙂

Kudos to you, my friend. And continue inspiring all of us, that yes it is possible to travel on a small budget , if you really put your mind to it! 🙂


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4 Responses to A Meeting With Journeying James..

  1. I actually regretted na di ko sya nameet sa Davao. Haven't thought he would be visiting Sohoton, nakijoin nalang sana ako since i've been wanting to visit that place for years now.


  2. Lea says:

    Hi, thank you for dropping by. 🙂 I think nasa Marawi na si James this time. We just had lunch lang din. Tapos we showed him the Chinese district, on the way to Agdao and Magsaysay Park. He wanted to see both kasi. Btw, baka pwede tayo sabay magpunta ng Sohoton sometime in the future? hehe…


  3. wow! i just saw this now. thanks for this ate lea. please say my regards to sir john. hope to be back in davao again. need to learn what you are doing


  4. Lea says:

    You're welcome James. 🙂 Yes, come back and I'll train you. he he…


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