Joey Rico is a Philippine based graphic designer, photographer and an adventurist, who loves to document his travels, in doing so he has documented and taken photos of places he visited and has written about it in his blogs. He has traveled to remote parts of the Philippines to help distribute school supplies and other things to children. Being a photographer, he likes to shares his photos in his blog AlienScream, and his social pages (Pixoto: @alienscream, Facebook: @alienscream, and Viewbug: @joeyrico)
Bolinao-Patar: Our Vegan Trip 03-04.03.2018 Bolinao is a town on the west coast of Luzon Island, in the northern Philippines. The Spanish colonial St. James the Great Parish Church dates from the 1600s, and has an exterior made of black […]
Romblon: The Marble Capital of the Philippines 26-31.12.2017 We have heard a lot of good things about Romblon, the scenery, the beaches, and the places that other people talk about. We planned this trip way ahead in advance where we […]
it takes 20 years for a Pawikan mother to return to its birthplace to lay its eggs, but industrialization and the boom in tourism makes it harder for them to return to its birthplace, because of strong lights at night […]
Being invited to a trip where we would be visiting some well talked about vegan restaurants south of Manila, and while doing so we would also be going to Bantakay falls, thinking of the good food we would be having […]
VeganTravel.com is a place where vegans from around the world can share their passion for travel and adventure, help promote and grow interest in going vegan, shed light on the issues animals are facing around the globe, and help build a more sustainable and compassionate world. By sharing our collective experiences, we believe we can show the world how easy it is not only to travel as a vegan, but also spread a message of compassion with those we meet along the way.
VeganTravel.com is a place where vegans share their passion for travel and adventure, help grow interest in going vegan, shed light on the issues animals are facing around the globe, and help build a more sustainable and compassionate world.