The T-list

March 18, 2007 | By More

The T-list has been doing the rounds for a while now, but as this blog (an offshoot of De viaje a Brasil) only started last week, I hadn’t found the time yet to reproduce the list here.

For those unfamiliar with the concept, the T-list, short for travel list, was launched with the purpose of letting us know (whether bloggers or not) about the existence of a series of travel and tourism blogs. In that process, the blogs get some free publicity, which is always welcome – though it’s not the main reason behind the T-list. To me, the great thing about the T-list is that I’ve discovered some really interesting blogs I didn’t even know they existed.

My contribution to the list as I received it is the following list of interesting blogs I read on a regular basis:

Aquela Passagem
Argentina’s Travel
Blog de Viajes
Brave New Traveller
Brazil Travel Blog
De Viaje a Brasil
Escape Blog
Locura Viajes
Notas do Turismo
Pasa en Buenos Aires
Viaje na Viagem

I don’t feel I have to make up for the fact that I have joined the T-list at this late stage. However, I thought the decent thing to do would be to make the most of this late entry into the list, and expand it with the material of other T-lists published during the last few days. I have googled a few T-lists and I have compiled the following expanded list:

A Luxury Travel Blog
Blog de Gestión Turística
Blog on Travel
Buenos Aires Argentina Guide
Buenos Aires Daily
Buenos Aires through my Eyes
Buenos Aires, City of Faded Elegance
Buhler Works
Chrispitality Media Blog
En Transición
Erin Julian
Explorando Perú
Happy Hotelier
Hotel Blogs
Les Explorers
Me Go
Me Gusta el Turismo
My Travel Backpack
Primera Clase
Rolling Rains
The McCluskey Blog
The Sydney Morning Herald Travel Blog
The Travel Cooler
The Travel PR Blog
Tim Leffel’s Cheapest Destinations
Tourism Internet Marketing Blog
Travel and Web 2.0
Travel Rants
Travolution Blog
Upgrade travel better
Voy de Viaje
Web 2.0 Travel Tools
Xabier Cobos
Zu Hause

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  1. gje says:

    I am not sure, but I have tried to keep track of all additions here: