About

(adjective) traveling from place to place.
(noun) a person who travels from place to place.

Itinerant was born from the simple desire (oh, yes) of sharing itineraries and expenses, whenever available, when going to places. Because everyone wants to be touched, it aims to provide personal touches in its content unlike most blogs which don’t share the same banana.

We’ve been to a handful, but as we have daytime posts that hardly involve writing (the lies we tell ourselves), finding the time to put them all here remains a perpetual struggle. Experiences should be shared and memories, in the form of photos, should not just rot in your soon-to-be-defunct storage devices.

If you’re someone who wants to share travel experiences through writing but doesn’t have a place to do so, you’re more than welcome here. Just leave a comment below or HMU (no, honey, that’s not hair/makeup).

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.”

β€”Mark Twain

Nelson

Nelson

An outdated software engineer who talks about whatnots at Beer & Skittles and usually forgets leg day. Son of Poseidon and enjoys social drinking. Has a dimple, unlike you.

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Cha

Cha

A shly chemist who’s serving the country. In Tagalog, para sa ekonomiya.

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Hosting

We’re hosted on an unlimited disk space so should you need a place to crash, hosting is available (only FTP access and no cPanel though). If you don’t want a subdomain (e.g. https://you.itinerant.ph), all you have to do is buy your domain name and we’ll take things from there. Alas, if you wanna buy your own space as well because you wanna be techie and have full control of your shit, well, forget you just read this.

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