About Me

"So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom." Psalms 90:12

I'm Regin Reyno, a minimalist who loves traveling and photography.

In December 2019, I completely circumnavigated the globe and is now a member of Circumnavigators Club

I was also named one of the 50 Inspiring Travel Bloggers of 2013 by Southeast Asia Backpacker magazine; and is a Registered Nurse and has a Certificate in English Language Teaching to Speakers of Other Languages (Cambridge CELTA). 

These are my favorite travel highlights: 

1. vacationing with family at the mountainous Dahilayan Gardens and Resort in Bukidnon, Philippines 

2. backpacking with a buddy in Siem Reap, Cambodia and meeting cool Japanese backpackers 
3. swiming with sardines in Cebu, Philippines 
4. camping on the Great Wall of China
5. exploring Chichen Itza privately at dawn, before it opens to the public 
6. staying with nomads in the steppes of Mongolia
7. circumnavigating the globe in 1 month and 9 days
8. experiencing Machu Picchu 
7. spending 5 days in North Korea 
10. meditating at Jesus' tomb (The Garden Tomb)
11. exploring Angkor Wat 
12. slowly walking towards Taj Mahal and being starstruck by its beauty and fame
13. concert touring Europe and US and joining international choral festivals with San Beda College Chorale (Philippine Male Singers)
14. vacationing at Taal Vista Hotel in Tagaytay, Philippines 
15. witnessing Rembrandt's The Return of the Prodigal Son at The Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

Aside from travel and photography, my passion include choral singing, tennis, volunteering, teaching, and Formula 1. 

YouTube: Regin's Travels
Facebook: Regin's Travels
Contact me: reginstravels@yahoo.com

            The Filipino Times  
            GMA News
            GMA Regional TV
           ABS-CBN's DZMM

My Brief Travel Profile

Farthest north: Trondheim, Norway
Farthest south: Santiago, Chile
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: Beijing, China to Tijuana, Mexico 
Longest train trip: Pyongyang, North Korea to Beijing, China 
Highest trek: Mt. Banahaw. Sariaya, Quezon, Philippines (2,170 meters above sea level)
Deepest dive: Duka Bay, Misamis Oriental, Philippines (20 feet/6.09 meters)

Number of countries/territories visited: 43

Note: Farthest places reached are referenced from Manila, Philippines (with Manila to Europe as west and Manila to Guam as east)

Email me at reginstravels@yahoo.com for inquiries, media, and advertisements.


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  2. Hello Regin,

    I love your blog...This is one of the ways we can do mission...Keep writing and informing people, especially for Jesus and His Love preparing for His second return...God bless bro!

    Bro Rolly Obedencio

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  4. Hi,
    Would you be interested in trading guest blog post on our blog, http://onetravelbloggers.com/? We are a blog whose audience enjoys reading anything about travel (e.g. “Best spots in Philly”, “Top 10 beaches in Spain”, “How to travel around Tokyo on a budget”, etc). And, of course, you’ll receive a FOLLOWED link to your blog or page of your choice.
    Please let me know if you’re interested. I think you’d be a great fit with our audience, and we’d also like to talk with you about other partnerships.
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    1. Hi Trish, i'm interested. Thanks for inviting me.

    2. Hey, I am here on behalf of Trish... Please reply on this mail.


    3. You can reach me at reginstravels@gmail.com for the details. Thanks.

  5. Hi Regin! There are numerous bloggers who marauded my attention and inspire me in a creative and positive way. Congrats for being ONE! Happy New Year!

    Here's the SUNSHINE AWARD! You deserve it! Keep on shining! http://curlybookworm.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/the-sunshine-award/?like=1&source=post_flair&_wpnonce=56609983c7

    gratefully, Lailanie

    1. Thanks Lailanie. I love your blog too and your attitude towards reading. Keep on writing. Happy new year.

    2. Hey, grapes buddy! haha! I just read your reply :D

      Congratulations again for the ASEAN Bloggers Festival 2013 :D wishing you all the best!

      Looking forward to reading and traveling (more) through your blog posts. More power!

    3. @Curlybookworm. Thank you. Keep on writing too.

  6. Hello Regin!

    I have really enjoyed reading through your travel blog. You have some real quality stuff here and some very interesting and informative posts (I mean who from Europe or America really knew that Basketball is so popular in the Philippines? - not me:D). I do hope you will carry on posting as this is a really enjoyable read.

    Anyway, I am looking for passionate writers to join our community of bloggers and I was wondering whether you would consider sharing your posts on Glipho and become a member?

    It might be a good idea to give your writing and your blog more exposure while having fun and meeting fellow writers.

    Please check us out at glipho.com and give me a shout at hubert@glipho.com for any questions.


    1. Hello Hubert. Thanks for inviting me. Please send me a personal message in my facebook page for details.

    2. @Hubert. You can also contact me at reginstravels@gmail.com.

  7. Hi,
    I am a blogger & maintain http://www.seattlehotelsmotels.com/ and many other travel blogs .If you allow guest blogging I would be glad to write a blog post as a guest blogger.
    Please let me know if you’re interested. I think you’d be a great fit with our audience.
    If you'd like to discuss this further, please feel free to contact me at ratna.fp@gmail.com

    Looking forward to your reply!
    Thanks and Regards!
    Ratna Sharma

    1. Hello Ratna. Pls. send me a personal message in my facebook page for the details. Thanks

  8. Hi,

    I'm Emiley, I`d like to write an article for your website and wondered if this was possible?

    I was thinking I could write you an article as per your blog's theme or you have any suggestion let me know.

    My guest post articles are usually 500 words of high quality unique content and would ask for 1 link to my website.

    Please let me know if you are interested

    Emiley Jhones

    1. @Emily. You can send me a private message at reginstravels@gmail.com for the details. Thanks

  9. Hi Regin! I would love for you to write for our magazine, Navigator. Is there any way to contact you? My email is pamela@seaex.ph

    1. Hello. Send me a private message in my facebook page. Thanks

    2. Hello. You can also contact me at reginstravels@gmail.com.

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    1. Please contact me through my email address for details.

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