All blogged out

Can't resist the cuteAfter my record-breaking month of May & June in terms of number of posts, I find myself in a slump. It’s not that I’ve run out of things to blog about: there are plenty of travel news, and don’t get me started on my backlog of reviews and travel stories.

Call it writer’s block, but I haven’t been in a blogging mood lately. Maybe reading Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Neil Gaiman & Terry Prachet inspire me to write again.

In the meantime, check out these blogs I’ve been lurking at:

Ramblings from a gypsy soul
Christine’s back from Bali and everybody who’s read her Bali posts are just dying from envy. Her gorgeous pictures and equally beautiful words not only lets you see, but also lets you feel how it’s like to be in Bali.
Eric certainly gets around. From various places in Manila to festivals in the provinces to Krispy Kreme VIP parties, he’s there.. And he’s got pictures to prove it. I really like how he’d just up ang go when he feels like it.
Ferdz only got a C+ grade for Lakbayan, but the places he’s traveled to were certainly off the beaten path. He went to Basilan. Basilan! Who’d have thought Basilan would be so beautiful? Thanks for sharing your photos and stories with us!

Article by Nina Fuentes

Nina doesn't aim to travel to every country in the world -- she just wants to travel to the places that means the most to her. She started traveling in 2006, and hopes to travel for as long as she can. Her travel blog, Just Wandering won the Best Travel Blog in the 2010 Philippine Blog Awards and in the 2011 Nuffnang Asia Pacific Blog Awards.

This Article Has 6 Comments
  1. Ferdz says:

    Huy! Thank you very much for that link love! hehe. I’m sure you still have a lot to write. Maybe a short break would do you good there.

  2. hi there nice blog.. care to link my blog is about travelling in the philippines. hope u can drop by sometimes

  3. davidd says:

    Neil Gaiman seems to be showing up in posts from nearly all my internet friends recently. I know they guy’s been around for a long time, but has he suddenly exploded into pop-culture popularity or something? I mean, what’s the deal? Is his stuff really that good?

  4. nina says:

    Davidd: The man is great. Try reading Anansi Boys :D

  5. Christineq says:

    Don’t know how I missed this before. Thanks for the nice words and site recommendation! :)

  6. pinkdropx says:

    Intramuros Electric Chariots Tour Launched

    For the first time in Philippine history, an Electric Chariots tour of Intramuros has been launched by White Knight tours at Hotel Intramuros fronting San Agustin Chruch. The Electric Chariots are 2 wheel equipments with automatic balancing electronic gadget that moves forward if your body leans forward and stops or move backward as you lean backwards. The guided tours using electric chariots amplify the most recent tourism slogan of “It’s more fun in the Philippines” for indeed, the exhalation as well. White Knight offers 30 minutes and 1 hour guided tours of Intramuros with price ranging from Php500 for 30minutes and Php1000 for 1 hour. Unlike riding the horse driver Chariots tours which provide passive involvements for passengers and tourist, the Electric Chariots reinvigorates the user with its interactive role of balancing and inspires a sense of adrenaline rush. It’s an experience in a life time that one should never miss! For further info, White Knight Tours contact details are telephone: +6325 5252381 or +632 5266181

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