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The Outcast Journey is a website that intends to give information about the author’s own adventures. The name, with two prominent words “Outcast” and “Journey”, means to have a diverse adventure however not to reject mainstream notions on travelling.  Moreover, it is not just a travel blog but a niche that alternatively promotes a new lense for experiencing places, food, and the arts. It also features tips on how to well-spend your time and money when travelling to places/countries. Most of all, it simply tells you to enjoy your journey with friends and family.

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Source of tips and advice on how you can travel better and cheaper.

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Your ultimate guide for different itineraries for your next DIY (do-it-yourself) adventure.

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Sharing insight on the world’s beautiful destinations. It also offers a wide variety of options to find the perfect place to stay.

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    If you are traveling by yourself or in a group that is on a budget, this accommodation, The Travelers Camp, comes highly recommended. This property is conveniently located in front of Caramoan Central School and Bonifacio Borebor High School at the town proper along Real Street of Brgy. Tawog Caramoan, Camarines Sur. Although it isn’t […]

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    Mt. Batolusong trail offers a challenging yet beautiful opportunity to explore what it is known for—the Batanes-like grassland slopes. The mountain’s open landscapes will fascinate you for hours as you journey towards the summit. This trek is a challenge and a reward rolled-into-one unforgettable adventure. Following the trip to Mt. Marami, my friend Airra and I […]

  • Kevin del Prado Featured In The Sunday Times Newspaper

    On its special anniversary issue, The Sunday Times Magazine (The Manila Times) features travel stories. In an article titled How millennial travelers save up and enjoy the world, writer Arlo Custodio says, Millennials—this generation’s 18 to 34 years of age—may not be as gung-ho as renowned traveler of the Old World Marco Polo, but they […]

  • Day Pack Essentials for Hiking and Other Outdoor Activities

    Booking a trip is fun! And you’ll be more excited knowing your trip is just in a few days. But the challenge for the most of us when going out is the art of packing. It is undeniable that I’m a sucker for this! It’s hard where to start and what to include in your […]

  • Real Experience: Your Ultimate Travel Guide to Real Quezon

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