The Architect [of Geejay Travel Log]

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Name's Geejay. I grew up in Cavite but currently residing in Manila, Philippines since I've started to work. I'm an Information Technology graduate and now working in the third-largest enterprise applications company as a Quality Assurance Analyst. Naks!

Here's the thing. I'm no big name in the industry.
  • My Facebook Fanpage doesn't have 10,000 followers. But you can help me reach it - Click here
  • My experience in blogging is less than 5 years.
  • My grammar is very bad and I rely my spellings on auto correct.
Arem Jay Juanillo Gelogo a.k.a Geejay of Geejay Travel Log
But here I am. Trying my very hard to become a legit travel blogger (don't know either what does it means) and still writing for Geejay Travel Log despite the weaknesses I stated above. Boasting Sharing my travel experiences to my fellow Kababayan and hoping that I had impart knowledge and information to my readers - even just a bit.

I have an adventurous slash extreme type of personality. Often falls under the category of being crazy and silly. I also hate being bullied as a chicken so I do cliff jumping and alike activities just to prove those people that I'm not. I'm skinny and a step closer from becoming malnourished.

Lastly, I don't eat vegies... and I don't know why.

Greatest Achievement:
Founded Geejay Travel Log
Google Adsense approved my application! Yeah!
Featured on a local travel oriented show -- IJuander

Greatest Dream:
To be able to visit all 81 provinces of Philippines
Explore the Grand Canyon and Canyonlands National Park (not the 127 Hours [movie] way)

Greatest Fear:
Die at the age of 25. Btw, I'm 24 now.
Losing my family in the middle of  zombie apocalypse SM Mall of Asia.
Working with no ctrl+z command.

Motto in life:

46 comments:

  1. Nice to know your background.. Keep blogging and travel... there's always a room for improvement and learning. Your travel share always beneficial to travel addicts like me =)

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    1. Gee thanks Sir Ian. That's wonderful to read knowing that it came from a travel blogger as well. Glad to know that my blog serves its purpose... which is to help others plan with their getaways.

      Lets keep on travellin' and blogging!

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  2. Hi Geejay, thanks for your blog on Cebu. I am a beginner in the world of blogging and wish to exchange ideas on how to improve. Liked ur blog so it can get through my FB page...my blogs are with travelblog as touristang pinoy and wordpress as touristangpobre..Good luck...Henry L.

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    1. Hi Henry. Thanks for dropping by. I haven't check your blog yet coz Im still in the office. Will do that once I get back home =] Thanks again!

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  3. Hi Sir Gee Jay, I include you now in blogs i follow. nice page!!! Inspired me to improve mine!! -galaero-escapetravels

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  4. Hi Geejay,

    This is a very nice page! Very inspiring. It actually help me a lot coz we're planning to go to Cebu and swim with Butandings! Keep on posting!! =)

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    1. Glad to read that :] Good luck to your trip!

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  5. I have been to several places here in the Philippines too...you're still young i'm sure you could tour them as well. Visit Camiguin,Caramoan,Palawan (puerto princesa,coron&el nido), Davao, well you could still visit Bohol but preferably the Panglao Island least affected by the earthquake. I would love to have my very own blog i just don't have time though. Since i've been to all the places on my bucket list i have created a new one...how do i get to Surigao Del Sur? i've never been there...i would like to visit tinuy-an falls and enchanted river do they have white island/beach there too?

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    1. Thanks Grace. I am really planning to explore our country. Every corner and side of it as long as time permits. I also have a bucket list to fulfill hopefully I could do them all. Haha.

      This link might be useful for your Surigao del Sur questions: http://geejaytravellog.blogspot.com/search/label/Surigao%20del%20Sur

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  6. I also fear to die at young age, actually at 27 and I'm close...huhuhu..

    Just keep posting..

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    1. Its a long way to go bro! :] Thanks for dropping by.

      And hey, I'm following your blog. Keep posting too!

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  7. Just by looking at the places you put under Batangas makes me want to go home again. I miss home so much. Thanks a lot for writing things about Philippines. Makes people like us less homesick. :)

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    1. Gee, I never thought that my blog has this kind of effect to some. Thank you Anon for expressing your thoughts. This inspires me to travel and share more!

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  8. Wow! Keep on going boy! Your blog is so wonderful and I enjoy reading it. I wish I had the nerve going to places you had been. I'm now one of your followers. Keep up the good work. Wherever you go, always be safe!

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    1. Thanks Red Fox. Just drag your friends along to accompany you on traveling. Thank you for visiting and following Geejay Travel Log!

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  9. I wanna climb mountains na rin. Please count me in!:)

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    1. Naku K-anne, nakikijoin lang din ako pagna-akyat :)

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  10. I just want to say Welcome on travel blogging. Feel good to know about your self and your back ground. Share your best travel experience and favorite destination in Philippine with us.

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    1. Thanks Mabel. And yeah, I promise to post more of my travel experiences here

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  11. hi can i know what camera you use to shoot? your pictures are awesome :) thanks!

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    1. Hi din! :) I am using Eos 400d and 60d of Canon for my blogposts. Thank you din (sa pagvisit)

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  12. So nice to stumbled upon a travel blog, You have great and detailed posts here especially in your Cebu escapade (I'm from Cebu kasi:)) I just find it funny to know that I do have the same fear as yours and that's working w/o ctrl+z command. Keep it up!

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    1. it's nice to know that I am not the only one who fears loosing ctrl+z. Hahahaha. Thank you for dropping by! :)

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  13. Just landed here.. I dont know why! Hahaha Nice blog by the way..

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  14. hi mr.geejay ., just in time me and my friends / my colleagues were planning for a swimming trip this vacation , i just saw this blog ! nice and convincing ., :) thanks for blogging the place , i already shared the link to them :)

    by the way i just recently went to El Salvador , Cavinti Laguna :)
    you should go there for trecking and some other kind of adventure :)

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  15. hello. i just found your blog today because
    of searching for details on how to get to
    Kamay ni Hesus before the holy week.
    By reading your post, I am convinced
    I can get there alone. Thanks!
    Keep posting! :)

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    1. That's nice to read... You're welcome po :)

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  16. Hi Geejay , Nice photos and information. I just read the blog but I never followed the blogger that was before but now hmmmm. Just keep posting. Have a great day ahead. Thanks,

    Sarah

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  17. nice and interesting blog!

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  18. Nice blog.... so inspiring to travel!!!

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  19. I found your blog yesterday regarding Mt. Manalmon and told myself that this the cave should be my second spelunking and the mountain is my soon to be third summit :) Then, I found Baron's blog earlier, a sign that Mt. Manalmon is indeed calling me. Haha! Anyway, I love your blog :D Ang neat :)

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    1. Uy Baron and I were classmates in college :)

      The spelunking part is more challenging that hiking its peak. Take care and enjoy the whole trip when you do! Thanks for visiting our blogs!

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    2. Haha! Yeah, I found your connection instantly when I compared your posts of Manalmon :) Sana makasama ko kayo sa next climb :)

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  20. I am just wondering why my blog is so isolated with all the travel bloggers. Is there a way to get in touch with the circle of travel bloggers? I am just new to blogging and I find my blogging style an average one. I really wanted to learn from other bloggers but I can;t get one for any consultation.

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    1. Maybe the reason why you feel isolated is because you've just started out on blogging. Pasensya lang and just keep on sharing your stories and adventures through your blog. Magbubunga din yan. :)

      Or try joining travel bloggers group on facebook. :) One fb page you can join is: "Pinoy Travel Bloggers".

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  21. Just dropping by! Napaka-detailed ng blog mo! Hope to see you on the road! Haha

    andrewfeliciano.blogspot.com

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  22. You're doing awesome, Geejay! Remember, all great ones started from scratch. Keep going; you'll soon be there, up there! :)

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  23. Hi , thank you for your blog on Manila Ocean Park, very informative. Planning to go there end of Oct or early Nov, is it a very crowded time as its the school breaks?

    Thank you for sharing
    cheers

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