Traveling Minstrel Journals

In lieu of fridge magnets, key chains, and trinkets,
I accumulate thoughts, memories, and experiences: I write.

“The great advantage of being a literary woman,
was that you could go everywhere
and do everything.” – Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady 
Piazza S. Pietro, Città del Vaticano © Misha Romano


Letters from Lake Sebu

Istanbul, that oxymoron; that glorious and forlorn poem about Time


Kampuchea Journals

Tonlé Sap Lake, Cambodia

The Imeldific Sto. Niño Shrine (Tacloban)

Little Girl at Islas de Gigantes

Celebrating Woman (Coron | Busuanga Trip)


Kalanggaman Island

Apo Island

The Gentle Pidua-an Falls

(Mis)directions to Bản Giốc Waterfalls

31 in Vietnam

Jade (Baliangao)

Indications of Happiness (The Hues of Cebu)

Canyoning in Zamboanga del Norte

A Secret Spot

Bohol, Revisited


Tzigane in Brunei

Of Whale Sharks and Other Creatures

Words and Music in Bacolod

Zamboanga Hermosa

Tickled Pink at the Pink Beach

Mayon, Beautiful Woman

30 in Bali

Souvenirs from Bali

“Tubig Tubig Tubig Tubig!”
Siargao, Tinuy-an Falls, Enchanted River, Camiguin,
El Nido, Tinago Falls, and The World Cup

Java Script
Jakarta, West Java, Yogyakarta, Central Java

3 Weeks, 3 Countries
Malaysia, Thailand, Laos

“My Country is the Whole World”

The Philippine Cordilleras

Island Hopping
Cebu – Bohol

Realizations of a Traveling Minstrel

“Time was soft there…”
La Belle Aurore Bookshop – The Closing

Multiplying the Love for Books
La Belle Aurore Bookshop – The Opening





Roma (Fori Imperiali)

An Acquaintance with Bernini
Villa Borghese, Rome, Italy

On Traveling
Italian Countryside

Write Here, Write Now
Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome, Italy

Faith Misused
Rizal Park, Dapitan City

Somewhere along the coast of Negros

Of Cebu and Partings


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