#RoadTripperMonday – a weekly feature of our very own Road Tripper.
Oh, we are now on to the last Road Tripper of August! Today, we will feature Errol Pineda, a road tripper based in Australia where he works a front end web developer. He joined us in one of our Singles Road Trip in Polilio Island. He is quite reserved but a very deep person once you get to know him. I guess what makes Errol really admirable is his ability to take risks and eagerness to try something new and interesting.
To know more about Errol, read more about him here —
1. What do you do for a living?
I’ve been as a web developer since I moved here in Sydney three months ago.
2. What is one of your guilty pleasures?
Eating more mint chocolate cookies than what my conscience tells me is allowable.
3. What is the title of the movie of your life?
Uhh… “Get Lost”?
4. If you could go back in time what would you tell your 16 year old self?
Don’t be afraid of doing what you do, you’re gonna move to another country on your own efforts someday.
5. If you can be teleported anywhere around the world, where would it be and why?
Nowhere other than Iceland!!
6. Which celebrity would you go on a “one-night-only-date” with?
7. You, unfortunately have been condemned to die, but fortunately, you get to have any meal in the world before you go. What is your menu?
My mom’s Caldereta, Ministop fried chicken, and Goldilocks mamon.
8. If you could trade places with anyone right now, for a week, who would it be and why?
No one, because I’m fine where I am and I believe I’ll have the opportunity to be wherever I want eventually in the future.
9. What is the best present you ever received?
I rarely receive presents (specially on my birthday) and when I do it’s usually clothes haha! #sadlife It’s fine though, I’m not really a material guy.
10. If you could meet a famous or not so famous person, who would that be and why?
Stephen Hawking, because who wouldn’t want to meet Stephen Hawking.
11. How old should a person start traveling?
As early as being a child, going on trips with his/her parents so that at a young age, the kid can appreciate the idea that there’s a lot to see in the world.
12. What is your best experience in traveling/living in the Philippines?
SRT 22 In Polillo, Quezon probably, a month before I left. I met new friends, discovered a side of the Philippines only a few people probably have heard about, and experienced nature untouched by destructive tourism.
13. In one sentence, how would you like people to remember you?
I want to be remembered as someone who was not afraid to explore and take risks.