TTT’s Blog Community


Adobo Photoshop | Biboy Ordinario

Adrenaline Romance | Gian Carlo Jubela

Adrift | Erich Jao

A Piece of Memory ~ Karry\’s Diary ~ | Kaori Yokoyama

Are We There Yet? | Trisha Velarmino

Ask a Filipino | Ask the Pinoy

Backup Dancers from Hell | Lageose

Bleubug | Thomas Andrew Overfield

Brownmantrips | Ian dela Peña

Candid Utters… | Nehha Joshi

Curly Bookworm | Lailanie Antonio Fronda

Epic Potato | Lauren Gaile Denoga

Eskapo Mountain Series | Dong Ho

Etc. – Art. Food. Culture | Jolo Tamayo

Everyday Gyaan | Corinne Rodrigues

Faces of Vienna | Gerald Reyes

harMONIc day | Monika Kremin

Here/Somewhere/Nowhere/Everywhere/There | Nash Tysmans

Holes in My Soles | Jim McIntosh

Iconography | Richard He

If I Had a Blog! | Ron Reed

Incessant Rambling | Dennis Tagamolila

Island Vacations | Edelito Sangco

JP Brandano: Florida\’s Photographers | Jim Brandano

~just my thoughts | Cathy Jones Tittle

Just Wandering | Nina Fuentes

Kelvin’s Poetry | Kelvin Mangundayao

Krissy Brady | Krissy Brady

Lakas ng Trip | Josiah Sicad

Lakbay Philippines |Lakbay Diva

Lakwatsera de Primera | Claire Raborar

Lessons from the Monk I Married | Katherine Jenkins

lifeisacelebration | Lili Ram

Lisa Brennan-Jobs: Essays | Lisa Brennan-Jobs

Madonna Scrapbook | Pud Whacker

malaysiaopenhouse2u | Norazam Che Amat

Mary Cronk Farrell | Mary Cronk Farrell

Material World | Lola Ciccone Leon

Meanderings and Reflections | Susan Deborah

Mucking Around Manila | Kathi

Nomadic Experiences | Marky Go

No Spam, No Virus, No Kiddin\’! | Chyng Reyes

Pala-Lagaw | Francis Nuñez Balgos

Philippine Observers | Betty and Eve

Philippine Travel Notes | Pinoy Traveler

Photography Tips | Mari Sterling Wilbur

Pinay Travel Junkie | Gay Mitra-Emami

Pinoy Penman 2.0 | Butch Dalisay

Pinoy Travel Freak | Gabz

Possibly Pinay | Eileen Campos

Seasons of Life | Maryyam

soloflightEd | Edcel Suyo

Steve McCurry’s Blog | Steve McCurry

Tara! Usap Tau | Malditang “Kura”cha

thatguyslater | Slater Young

The Absurd Traveler\’s Guide | Kristine Arndt

The Beats Within | Peter

The Chair | Rob San Miguel

The Fifth Finger | Richmond Butalid

The Frustrated Traveler | Tina Capati

The Long and Winding Road | Jorie Pacli

The Longest Way Home | Dave

The Lost Boy Lloyd | Lloyd Salac

The Mommy’s Boy Chronicles | Francis Moria

The Pinay Solo Backpacker | Gael Hilotin

The Poor Traveler | Ed Dimen and Vins Carlos

The Rain in Spain | Mother Teresa

The Wandering Nurse | Vince Gutierrez

The Widow Lady | Lisa Brandel

The World of Thought | Shashank Garg

The Writings of Nicole Bataclan | Nicole Bataclan

Trade and Fashion | Neneng Tarigan

Travelling Adventures | Nelieta Mishchenko

Wander If You Must | Reiza Dejito

Writing from the Ashes | Phoenix

Writing on Air | Jim Paredes

YOSHKE.COM | Ed Dimen

8 thoughts on “TTT’s Blog Community

  1. Hi Chaching!

    I failed to add you in my blogroll earlier, but I want to let you know that yours is one of my favorites! I added you in my blogroll not knowing that I’m included here already :) thanks a lot! SURPRIZA! :)

    • Thanks for dropping in. Tried leaving a comment in your blog, but I couldn’t type in the comment box. How strange.

  2. We came across your blog and we applaud your efforts to share your travel experience to the world. Like you, we are a dedicated team of travelers who feel that the world is so vast, we need people to give us suggestions on where to visit, where to stay and what to do.

    Oceanislandtravel.com allows travel bloggers and individuals to post their comments, suggestions and advice to travelers and adventure enthusiasts. Our site is dedicated to less popular travel destinations that many websites overlook, but need the help to increase tourism. As a visitor to some of these destinations, we feel you can help promote their uniqueness to potential travelers.

    We would like to invite you to leave a comment on http://oceanislandtravel.com. Once you post a comment and a rating about a place you visited, those who visit the site can gain valuable information about the location, that they might not find anywhere else.

    After posting a comment, visitors can click on your name and view your profile, which would have a link to your blog or website. That way, you can promote your blog, thus increasing traffic to your website, and help bring exposure to these overlooked destinations.

    We look forward to reading your comments and ratings!

    Brion H.
    Ocean Island Travel
    http://www.oceanislandtravel.com

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