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  • . -171380211 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourists - 2016Visa newsThe visa free program for 42 countries has ended on 31 December 2015. See the visa page for details.2016 Tsam Dance rituals at Amarbayasgalant monasteryTsam Dance ritual 2016 September 27-29Gongoriin...
  • The Hurdles #justlikethatWatch her break the... 49 minutes ago The Hurdles #justlikethatWatch her break the world record! Five hours and 150 euro later (170 if you count the 20 euro we will spend on additional fanny packs for the other men in the group) we managed to do the following things:in primis, F made two loaves of his wonderful sourdough bread for...
  • Alps Art Expedition 1 hour ago Pantelis Makkas needed a location to shoot a video art project. "I want to rewrite that Aesop fable, the story of the battle between the Sun and the wind. This time, the wind will win." Pantelis, iconoclast to the last. He is one of 15 international artists who've been invited by an...
  • The Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. 1 hour ago The Mandarin Oriental in Bangkok is without a doubt, one of my favourite hotels in the world. Said to be the first hotel in Thailand, it was built in the late 1800’s in order to provide accommodation for the growing number of travellers and traders making their way up the Chao Praya. After a...
  • Big Fish Little Fish family rave presents Ravin' Fringe 1 hour ago The post Big Fish Little Fish family rave presents Ravin’ Fringe appeared first on EdinBlogger.
  • Stegastein 1 hour ago One of the things we did when we had some friends over from Scotland in May was to go to the Stegastein outlook point.  This is a purpose built viewing platform perched at a height… More
  • Getting Married in Germany: Registering a Marriage 1 hour ago Over 5 months after our first meeting at the German registry office, my German fiancé and I went back again today to officially register our marriage!As I wrote in my previous post about getting married in Germany, we had to collect the following documents on our own:✓ Foreign birth certificate...
  • Dražovce church 1 hour ago     This beautiful Romanesque church on a hill in the town of Nitra is one of the oldest churches in Slovakia. Officially the Church of St. Michael the Archangel it originally dates from the 11th century and was built on the site of an iron age fort. Interestingly there are 55 graves that have...
  • The Kremlin merges Crimea with its Southern Federal District 1 hour ago August is a month that in recent years brings with it increased difficulties born of The Kremlin for Ukraine.  This combined with a major sporting event, which has also coincided with Kremlin shenanigans fairly frequently over the years would perhaps prompt a reader to expect a difficult few weeks...
  • Three Word Thursday 1 hour ago Time with friends I’m visiting my home country of Germany right now and it’s always lovely to be here. Despite the fact that it’s often quite challenging to deal appropriately with all the expectations of family and friends, I mostly enjoy being home, visiting familiar places and...
  • Not Without My Husband: Snowboarding Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake 2 hours ago Filed under: Food, Photography, Sports, Tourism, Turkey Tagged: #notwithoutmyhusband, chocolate chip cookie cake, Erciyes, snowboarding
  • Family Fun In Killarney 2 hours ago Did you know Trivago named Killarney in County Kerry as one of the top ten tourist destinations in the world for 2016?  Wow! Now that’s high praise indeed for one of the friendliest places on earth. Killarney is a very special little corner of the world and this little town has so much to offer...
  • Packing Up, Moving On 2 hours ago Every tour comes to end, no more a reality than when the movers and their boxes descend. In a matter of hours, your life is boxed up and out of sight.Mosh pit of cardboard.A tradition, the special boxing of Mr. Rabbit. Lifeless living room.So where's all this stuff going next? Where are we going?...
  • The Oxymoron of American Pizza in Brazil 2 hours ago Brazilians have a funny idea of what is American. It’s a cross between what they see on TV and what they think is cool (which may or may not have anything to do with actual American customs.  To point, behold the “American Pizza” we enjoyed last night: sausage (check), cheese (check), sauce...
  • Riding a motorbike 2 hours ago What were you expecting?I have to say I do not think that you should rent a motorbike if you do not ride a motorbike.Just look at the snapshots of a day in Bangkok!Everywhere and waving in and out of the traffic.Don't forget to watch out on the pavement.But then again you could be on the back of...
  • Guess Who Came To Dinner 2 hours ago  There are more than 60 different species of opossum, which are often called possums. The most notable is the Virginia opossum or common opossum—the only marsupial (pouched mammal) found in the United States and Canada, and have been around since the dinosaur age, some 70 million years ago.
  • This month in Poland/Tego miesiąca w Polsce 3 hours ago My brother is concerned about healthy living, just like me. We were often talking about it this month in Poland. „All the chemical in the food that we're eating!” - He observed one Sunday morning. „I can't understand why people are not protesting?”. In the evening I saw that woman,walking...
  • Around The World In 10 Steaks 3 hours ago Steak is simply the favourite food of many people around the world. It seems to bring a lot of satisfaction to one’s palate, stomach, and even heart. How does the saying go? Happy stomach, happy heart…?… More
  • Around The World In 10 Steaks 3 hours ago Steak is simply the favourite food of many people around the world. It seems to bring a lot of satisfaction to one’s palate, stomach, and even heart. How does the saying go? Happy stomach, happy heart…?… More
  • Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie 3 hours ago Traveling with Mark is undeniably easier now: no more milk bottles, no more diapers, fewer tantrums—he eats whatever is available, uses les toilettes (when we can find them!) and sulks for a few minutes when he is offended instead of crying. I would go as far as claiming he behaves pretty well...
  • Flavors of Bogota Coffee Shop Tour 4 hours ago I have a confession to make. I am a tea drinker; I live in Colombia; and I’m not a huge fan of coffee *GASP!* (although in my defense, this is mostly because it makes me a bit crazy..). However, if you live in Colombia, and PARTICULARLY if you have Colombian family-in-law, you WILL end up...
  • HDYGG in Wolfratshausen - A town in Bavaria, Germany 4 hours ago
  • Cruising in Copenhagen 4 hours ago We arrived in Copenhagen by train (which you can read about here). It was mid-afternoon; the sky was clouded over but the humidity was high. It was quite the adjustment to the air conditioned cabin we’d been sitting in for the last five hours. We made our way along the platform and up a set […]
  • Little Galicia at Tapas Revolution Shoreditch 4 hours ago Tapas Revolution has teamed up with Estrella Galicia beer for a series of “Little Galicia” events this summer to bring a taste of Northern Spain to Shoreditch. Continue reading → The post Little Galicia at Tapas Revolution Shoreditch appeared first on tikichris.
  • Little O! 4 hours ago I guess now that he is two I can't call him Baby O any more. For Little O's birthday (you know...four months ago) we had a few friends over to celebrate with some cake and presents. Getting five toddlers on a couch for a picture is hard work. But they are all there and no one is crying. I call...
  • We're Moving To... 4 hours ago I wrote this post ages ago when I thought signing the contract was imminent but here we are, almost into August and Joe has not received a contract to sign despite signing the offer of employment and actually being there and working the last 2 weeks!  I've been holding off telling anyone where...
  • Św. Antoniego Street Set For Upgrade 5 hours ago Św. Antoniego street will soon be almost entirely pedestrianised as a result of renovation work that is due to start next month. The upgrade is being undertaken as part of a wider initiative to make the city more pedestrian friendly.  The facelift is to be carried out by the Rotomat company,...
  • A Picture a Week | 51 & 52/52 5 hours ago Better late than never right?!?  Here are the last of the 52 weeks of Baby O.
  • Recurrent mistake in my expat life 5 hours ago No, not again!!! It’s not the first time it happens to me and maybe it also happened to many other …Continue reading →
  • Panama Traffic Accident Form 5 hours ago I received an email the other day telling me that past Chiriquí Chatter posts had bad links for the Panama Accident Form. I think I have updated those posts and the Panama Accident Form may be found in the Panama Transito gob site . It may be downloaded by clicking HERE.
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