Who am I?
My name’s Unisse, which has the same pronunciation as the name Eunice. It’s often misspelled because it’s quite a unique spelling.
I finally graduated as a computer science major from De La Salle Univerity but traveling will still be an occasional thing for me since I clearly didn’t start saving money for travels.
So far, I’ve been to the West Coast of America, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, China, and Hawaii. Some day, I’ll visit every country there is in this small little world of ours and save every little bit of information about those travels here in my travel blog.
Why start a travel blog?
I never planned making a travel blog and since school took up most of my time, it never occurred to me that I could make one!
Eventually, I saw a couple of travel blogs while browsing through the internet and here I am, writing about my experiences and sharing photographs.
Keeping this travel blog also serves as a travel journal. I usually scribble stuff on my planner whenever we travel, writing down where we went, what we did, what we ate and how things went for us. This travel blog actually makes it more fun to keep track of all the sights and attractions we’ve visited and share them to people who also love to travel.
I actually started this travel blog on a free WordPress site called Travels by Uni, but later on, I decided to move to my own domain – Little Girl Travels.
Where did I get the name? It was more of a random string of words that popped into my mind. I got the inspiration from my own height, which some people never fail to emphasize. I’m not a very tall person, maybe because of my genes, so I decided to go with ‘little girl’.
What can you find here?
Anything about travelling and food here and there would be dominant topics, but I’ll also include some tips and advice that I could give from my own experiences in travelling to a particular destination. There’ll be a lot of photos as well because I’ve been exposed to photography early and I find it really interesting.
Where am I now?
Well, currently, I am working (yes, boring). Eight hours a day, sometimes even more, in front of a computer, answering phones and fixing bugs.