The Urban Roamer came about from the mind of a fellow named Karl Aguilar to serve as an outlet of his interest and passion for the city he grew up in and has come to appreciate, a matter that still tends to be overlooked in the midst of the sprawling chaos and decay that has characterized the city in recent years.
Since August 2009, the Urban Roamer has managed to put out a great deal of content regularly documenting the sights, sounds, and stories of the urban jungle, having helped create awareness of some aspects of the cityscape that have been previously been overlooked or at times, taken for granted.
Throughout this period, there have been some significant developments not only in the city but also with the Urban Roamer himself. With the things that have transpired along the way, new knowledge and insights gained, the time came for a needed redevelopment…
Thus, you are welcome at the new home of The Urban Roamer, redeveloped to further enhance the potential of the Urban Roamer not just as a mere blog but a brand as well dedicated to provide meaningful, worthwhile content documenting the sights, sounds, and stories not only from the urban jungle but also beyond its confines, wherever the Urban Roamer finds himself at.
You can expect to see some new things the Urban Roamer has not tackled in previous years to be touched upon in this new site. Nevertheless, it will still deal mainly with the urban setting of Metro Manila as it always has along with some different topics one can catch here from time to time.
While some of the content of this site may already be found elsewhere, it has been the advocacy of the Urban Roamer to make such content appealing for its audience for them to appreciate and learn whatever information the content provides.
So sit back, relax, and enjoy the trip.
I’m not really that stiff when it comes to legalities and all thatdue credit and to ask for permission if you would like to lift some words or photos from the site.
That’s all I ask in return for the work I’ve put on this site.
AND LASTLY, HOW TO GET IN TOUCH
for your feedback and other matters about this site, you can “talk back” to me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am also in social media as well through the following accounts:
The Facebook page at www.facebook.com/theurbanroamer
Via Twitter and Instagram, follow me @urbanroamer