A journer is someone who writes a journal about his journeys

Off to Sevilla (Spain) for the weekend. Any recommendations? #sevilla #españa Roman mosaics hardly get better than these.. Extraordinarily well preserved, you can find them at the Villa Romana… https://t.co/onkNt1GW2u Finally online: my travel report of a two week holiday in #Bali and the #Gili islands two years ago! #travelbloghttps://t.co/MV9M6QHjlX Eindelijk online: het verslag van twee weken vakantie en #Bali en de #Gili eilanden, 2 jaar geleden.. #reisbloghttps://t.co/xKwx3BPfCv It's called @RottnestIsland and it is HIGHLY recommended! 😍😍😘 #quokkalove #rottnest #rottnestisland https://t.co/WPSwzPpxNC
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About the journer

‘The Journer’ was born in 2014. Yes, ‘journer’, a new word I personally invented. Because (I think) I have that power! Surely, you get the link with words like ‘a journal’ and ‘a journey’ or the French word ‘le journal’ or the Dutch word ‘het journaal’. ‘A journer’ would be a person though. Someone who writes a journal about his journeys. Ok, basically someone who has a blog, that’s also a way to see it. But I hope it will be more than that. Columns with my opinion, a subject I find interesting to debate on, an interview, a story about an experience, an evaluation of a visit. In my opinion all of that is more than just a blog and the kind of thing I want to be working on. Right here, right now. On thejourner.be.

Thanks to Stijn who designed the logo, to Bert from dbSolutions for the hosting of the site, to Jasper (Get-ID.nl) for setting up the website and to everyone who supports me for this and other projects of mine.