Pinoy travel bloggers’s blog carnival
I was reading Claire’s First Time Travels blog carnival post when it hit me: why not propose this to the great guys at the Pinoy Travel Bloggers Facebook group? This would be a good way of promoting not only our individual travel blogs but of promoting the Philippines as well based on the different viewpoints that these peripatetic group of people from various backgrounds sharing their experiences and insights about the aspects of traveling in the country and around the world. With the warm reception to the idea, Pinoy Travel Bloggers’s Blog Carnival is expected to be a regular undertaking and hosting will be rotated among the participating bloggers. Note: Hosts of blog carnivals should not designate ‘nofollow’ links to participating travel bloggers. Logo by Lilliane Cobiao of Wanderless.com.
Estan’s Langyaw.com hosts the first blog carnival with fifteen Pinoy travel blogger participants posting their best destination that they’ve gone to in the Philippines. Check out the post.
RV of Living In a Backpack hosts the 2nd edition of the blog carnival with the said theme.
WEIRD. WILD. and mouth-WATERING? Check out Journeying James as he hosts the third edition of the Pinoy Travel Bloggers’s Blog Carnival for interesting cuisine.
Aleah of Solitary Traveler hosts this month’s blog carnival.
Karlo de Leon hosts this month’s blog carnival with 15 participating bloggers.
This is the biggest blog carnival to date! The participating 32 bloggers share their thoughts on solo traveling which is hosted by Nina of Just Wandering. Check the post out!
Mhe-ann Ojeda is this edition’s host with over 24 Pinoyt travel bloggers writing about their hometowns. Check the post out!
Ivan Henares hosts this month’s blog carnival in honor of Philippine National Hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal’s 150th birth anniversary with 20 participating travel bloggers.
Anton Diaz hosts the July 2011 blog carnival edition with 30 entries focusing on the gustatory delights that the bloggers found around the country during their
Angel Juarez, aka
the lakwatsero hosts the tenth edition with a focus on the ever loyal city of Manila. Check the post out, and it will change your image of the city.
Nomadic Experiences (Marky Ramone Go) hosts the 11th blog carnival with 33 Pinoy Travel Bloggers participating and elucidating on their road experiences with other people. Learn how they made new
friends or went home enriched with new experiences.
The Pinay Solo Backpacker collates stories and posts on the unusual and anything related to death, myths and hauntings which is just apt as Filipinos remember the departed on the first two days of November.
The Travelteller hosts this edition of the blog carnival with a special focus on Mindanao. As we all know, the second largest island of the country is prone to negative publicity even if the rustlings just concern a small percentage of its land area. Here, participating travel bloggers write about the beauty and abundant bounty of Mindanao that people
should check out!
Kara Santos of Travel Up hosts this edition by focusing not on destinations or people but on the journey itself. As they say, the journey is the destination. More than 30 pinoy travel bloggers joined this blog
carnival and do read the interesting posts.
Eileen Campos of Possibly Pinay collates this edition of the blog carnival. With almost 20 travel
bloggers contributing, you’ll be at a loss as to what to do and where to go first for a 3 days, 2 nights trip.
Lauren of Epic Potato compiles a heartwarming series of posts from other travel bloggers and it gives you a peek at the soft (mushy?) side of these travelers.
Destiny? Choice? Be inspired of these travel bloggers who took that leap of faith and decided (and realized) they were born to roam the world. Check out Reiza’s compilation.
The Traveling Dork hosts this month’s blog carnival with bloggers
sharing their dream destinations. Curious? Click the link above.
We love our mothers and what better way to express this on Mother’s Day is this blog carnival hosted by Alvin Sabay. Come to know of why Pinoy Travel Bloggers hold their moms special.
The traveler Journeying James hosts this edition of the blog carnival with an interesting question that I’m sure many travelers and would-be travelers will find useful.
29 travel bloggers, 29 travelers posting about that journey that made them into what they are now. 29 interesting stories hosted by Edmaration.
Where? For just P1,000? Is it possible? 13 travel bloggers show you, from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao where and what you can do with this amount of money but still enjoy it. Cris Reyes compiles these.
The Visayas, a collection of several islands in Central Philippines with interesting culture, heritage food and adventure. Check out Ding Fuellos of The Pinoy Explorer as he compiles the posts of 29 participating travel bloggers.
Glenn of Traveler on Foot hosts this month’s blog carnival. Known for his walk’s, what better way to have this theme on walking tours around the country.
Travel is bliss and sometimes, especially for the solo traveler, it can be reason enough to make dalliances while on the road. Ron Cruz of Flip N’ Travels hosts this months blog carnival with, ahem, interesting stories.
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#26 The Year We Traveled Like Its the End of the World (hosted at Pinay Travel Junkie & Between Coordinates)
This is a fitting year ender that with the sheer number of participants, all 57 pinoy travel bloggers! Gay and Regine hosts these diverse blog carnival.
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