Maniniyot is a Bisaya word – my dialect – for Photographer.
I am originally from the Philippines but has been living in Japan for more than 15 years. I worked in Japan as a Software Developer but has moved to Project Management from 2015.
This blog was mostly about my travel and adventures but every now then I will be writing about some article about career and the choices/decisions I made.
My food pictures are now uploaded in my new instagram account “iderueats”.
1. Philippines ( Home Country )
- Camotes Island 
- Oslob, Cebu 
- Bohol Island 
- Bantayan Island 
2. Japan ( 2nd Home Country ) 🙂
3. United States – California 
4. Seoul, South Korea 
5. Malaysia – K.L & Melaka 
6. Cambodia – Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville 
7. Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh(Saigon)
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I’m glad to have found your blog. I read several articles on your blog and I think it is useful for the tourists 🙂
Let me introduce myself, My name is Sam Wong, a HongKonger who love travel. Two months ago, I had created a travel site which aims to connect the bloggers and the tourists. Bloggers can share the link of their articles and let tourists find the useful travel articles more easily. I know you love travel and write a lots of articles about travel, so I would like to invite you to share your articles, let more tourists can know more about your travel story. Look for your reply, hope you all the best!
Thank you for visiting my blog Sam. I do hope it can help fellow travelers.
i just discovered your blog on the WordPress Daily post who encourage us to post more often. I like your posts about your travels to Japan. Have a look at my blog for a trip to Europe, in case you decide to come here. My blog is in Romanian, but Google translation works well. I do have one post in English about Tel Aviv, the city in Israel. Enjoy and keep writing 🙂
Thank you very much for taking the time to take a peek at my little blog 🙂 . I will definitely visit and check out your blog.
thank you 🙂 Let me know if you manage to read it translated, otherwise you might want to learn Romanian. And let me know if you like any article and which one. Enjoy !
Hi! I’ve just nominated you for the “One Lovely Blog Award”! Go here to check it out: http://lindaghill.wordpress.com/2014/01/17/jusjojan-17-one-lovely-blog-award/
This is fantastic! I love Asian culture and am hoping in the future to visit Japan and South Korea, learning…trying to anyways…Korean in the meantime….Glad I found this to help keep me excited for what’s to come…happy travels…Annabel
Thank you for that nice compliment. I will try to post more interesting travel entries :).
Nice title. Synonymous with pautographers. Ive just discovered your wanderlusts and i wont be looking much because of envy. Thumbs up
thank you very much for dropping by 🙂
Thanks for visiting my Escaping the Nest blog http://tonyveronica.wordpress.com/about/
I have written very little on that one, so you might have to be patient!
No problem. I have patience :). Thanks for visiting too.
Beautiful shots… really wish I were there with my camera 🙂
thank you very much. glad you liked it.
Inspiring and exciting photos. Thank you also for dropping by my blog. Tony
Thank you, for that lovely comment. i’ll do my best to explore more interesting place here in Japan and abroad.
Ah I see you visited my home: California. I grew up in Southern California. It’s a great place, but not sure I would want to live there again. A visit yes.
Yes , twice already. It’s a beautiful place and the weather is nice but just like you I don’t see myself living there. The other half is from California too so visiting the place might be a regular thing.
Most of my connections have left California so I don’t have a good excuse to go back. So many other places to see. But not a bad place to go to visit the other half’s home. Next time you are there, say hello for me.
Sure I’ll shout a “Hello” for you the next time I visit 🙂
I’ve just nominated you for the Liebster award. You can view it here http://cutenippon.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/liebster-award/ I hope you accept it and take a look, and have fun answering the questions!
Thank you very much. I humbly accept it 🙂
Very cool, blog. You’re way ahead on Japanese KitKats. 😉 I’ll have to up my game.
thanks for dropping by , i have my sources 😉
Great photos. Always nice to read another blog about Japan!
I feel the same way. Thank you for dropping by.
I so want to visit Japan… am green with envy 😉
thanks for visiting 🙂 , Japan is waiting for you 🙂
Hi fellow maniniyot. New word for me! 🙂
Lucky of you to be staying there in Japan. And yes, I hope you get to visit more of the Philippines on your vacation. Keep travelling!
Thank you. Yes I will continue to explore our country till I cease to exist :).
Hi! I just nominated your blog for the Versatile Blogger Award. You can check it out here http://lindaghill.wordpress.com/2013/05/25/the-versatile-blogger-award/ Congratulations! 😀
Oh wow, its an honour. Thank you very much 🙂
You’re very welcome 🙂
my wifey, who is from davao, also calls me a maniniyot, lol.
lol. I remember this word from Max Surban’s (sako ba) song titled “Maniniyot” 🙂
I enjoyed your blog, especially the photographs of Cebu. It has been a very long time since I visited Cebu. We used to travel there to Mandaue where my Mom was from. I look forward to seeing more of your photos. Thanks for visiting my blog. Sally
I am glad you enjoyed this little blog of mine and thanks for visiting my blog too.
I saw your Oslob trip, did you try swimming with the whale sharks? 🙂 anyway, looking forward on your next trips /stories xxx
unfortunately not, we left the falls late afternoon already and our guide told us that we have to be in the beach area early to see the whales. Hopefully in the next trip 🙂
Great blog! Japan sounds so nice! Thanks for following my blog 🙂 Have a great day!
thanks for dropping by 🙂
Fantastic blog! ive really enjoyed reading your posts and your photographs are great, i hope to read a lot more in the future
Thank you very much for visiting my blog and for your comment 🙂