So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom. Psalms 90:12
I'm Regin Reyno, a Filipino backpacker, minimalist, vacationer, and photographer based in Beijing. I prefer experiences over material things. I have traveled across Europe, rode a bus from east coast to west coast of the United States of America, journeyed from Isabela, Luzon to South Cotabato, Mindanao via a 1967 American SUV, backpacked in Southeast Asia, trekked mountains in the Philippines, taught Health in an international school in Bangkok, watched the sunrise over Angkor Wat, volunteered in an orphanage in Cambodia, jogged on the Great Wall of China, ate bugs, watched Formula 1 cars pass by, spent 5 days in North Korea, bungy jumped, paramotored, rappelled, got sick on the road, and swam with whalesharks.
I am chasing UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Wonders of the World.
This blog was made to record the precious memories of my travels and share my experiences with you. I also included travel tips to help you in your travel. Some of my works were already published on travel magazines such as Expat Travel and Lifestyle, South East Asia Backpacker, and Bangkok Trader.
Aside from travel and photography, my passion includes choral singing, tennis, missionary works, volunteering, classical music, and Formula 1.
I was named as one of the 50 Inspiring Travel Bloggers of 2013 by Southeast Asia Backpacker magazine. And is also a Registered Nurse and a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate-holder.
For writing, photography, ministry projects, volunteering, advertising opportunities, and travel tips, don't hesitate to contact me.
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My Brief Travel Profile
farthest north: Trondheim, Norway
farthest south: Yogyakarta, Indonesia
farthest east: Tokyo, Japan
farthest west: San Francisco, USA
longest road trip: Newark, NJ to Denver, CO, USA
longest boat trip: Manila to Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
longest plane trip: Taipei, Taiwan to Frankfurt, Germany
longest train trip: Beijing, China to Guillin, China
number of countries/territories visited: 27
number of Philippine provinces visited: 57
note: Farthest places reached are referenced from Manila, Philippines (with Manila to Europe as west and Manila to Guam as east)