blogs to visit

I would like to share with you, dear karikna, two links that you might want to click:

Treasures of Ilocandia (and the world) —  Edwin Antonio is arguably the most diligent of all bloggers in this part of the world.  I often wonder how he finds time to do what he does.

The blog features Iloko culture, Philippines traditions, places, festivals and other celebrations of life in the country and the rest of the world.

Blauearth — Just visit and find something that will interest you, maybe make you salivate.

Let’s continue to build a vibrant culture of blogging here and elsewhere.


Author: Herdy La. Yumul

A hesitant academic pimp, writer

10 thoughts on “blogs to visit”

  1. Thanks, sir Herdy. BTW, my son just enrolled at MMSU Batac. I hope he will be able to meet you someday 🙂

  2. Just want to say what a great blog you got here!
    I’ve been around for quite a lot of time, but finally decided to show my appreciation of your work!

    Thumbs up, and keep it going!


  3. IT. He majored in Media Arts in high school at the INNHS-SPA. I’m quite excited I will have my own little consultant and blog layout designer, perhaps.
    He chose MMSU over a school in Laoag. The dad won’t let him study outside Ilocos, which is okay with the boy.

    1. awesome comments on blauearth blog about sir herdy.if anyone has a chance visit this blogsite.i did.

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