About

I’m working on myself, for myself and by myself

I am a freelance amateur adventure travel writer and I currently work part-time in tourism industry. I also, study part-time at James Cook University in Cairns, majoring in Social & Humanity studies.

I have a passion for travelling and for the past 26 years I have been living in Australia, I have been fortunate to have visited over 25 countries and am still wandering.

akamau.org website is to provide readers what it is like to share our travel experience from a personal perspective rather than from other source of informations which can be misleading sometimes. It is an “Online Word of Mouth”. Beside all this, I have a passion for the natural environment, homelessness and equity/social justice, especially for people in poor countries around the globe. After doing an academic research on homelessness in Australia, it has profoundly had a life-changing moments for me where I had noticed the dark side of the coin where there is injustice within the society.  This passion of mine not only reinforced my strong belief but through my travel experience and blogs, readers can understand how I view the world through my lens and hopefully they will be too. We must be openly and passionate as possible.

I believe that “travelling does broaden your mind”. When we travel, we physically see and experience things outside our own comfort zone. Through my travel blog website, it will teach others about been com/passionate, open-minded with profound understanding of the importance of different cultures and social standard of living from our own. I believe strongly in the value of making a difference in the world and “poco a poco” or “little by little” we can make a difference, no matter how big it may be.

Besides my blog, akamau.org, I write about travel, culture and social issues (poverty, education and the natural environment).

Contact information:

I can be reached via akamau.org website or email: akamau.org@gmail.com

Social Media:

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