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  • . -215651857 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist's - 2015 A few extremely remote border crossings have recently become international,open for all passport holders.  Mondy Khankh, north Mongolia / Russia, near lake Khovsgol  Khandgait Borshoo, north Mongolia /...
  • We ♥ Kansai : What's It All About!? -2278957 seconds ago Welcome Welcome いらっしゃいませ!(●´-`●)January 09, 2014 Time for another update! Three years later, no less (weird phrasing there). It's been fun! So let's keep the good times rolling.We ♥ Kansai is my small portion of cyberspace where I try to share as much...
  • RUN FOR YOUR LIVES! 29 minutes ago So how is it going with your new year’s resolution? Still working out? Still going running on a regular basis? No? I’m not surprised. But hey, Bangkok might host the right event for you to get some motivation back into you and your feet back into those smelly sneakers. March 28 will see the...
  • The Plum Blossom Season Has Started: Where to Spot The Most Beautiful Trees! 34 minutes ago Without suffering the bone-chilling cold, how could you enjoy smelling the fragrance of plum blossoms?〜Chinese Proverb   不经一番寒彻骨,焉得梅花扑鼻香?   The past few months have been rather overwhelming for me and traveling during Chinese New Year was one of the things I had to...
  • The lacework is up 36 minutes ago The builder arrived early yesterday morning in a truck heavily laden with scaffolding.He spent the entire morning erecting the scaffold around the front and one side of the fienile, before setting off to gather a second load for the back and other side. Erecting the scaffold was not an easy job...
  • Le Chou de Bruxelles 40 minutes ago For Mr Drapers birthday – a table of 9 was booked at Le chou de Bruxelles – and lets just say that group bookings must make every restaurant fill with dread… but they handled our larger than normal table excellently! HIM and I were the first to arrive and settled in at the table in the […]
  • Why You Should Always Follow Your Dreams 40 minutes ago Nearing this time last year, I started getting ready to pack up all my things, leave my flat for good and travel to Nepal. I  cancelled my original flights and rebooked so as I could have four months there in summer instead of two. This summer, I have done the same. I will pack my […]
  • Siegelbach Ostereiermarkt (Easter Market) 41 minutes ago CONTIBUTED BY: AROUND THE WHEREVER In Germany, the festivities and wildness of Fasching celebrations give way to more subdued markets and events in anticipation of Easter. An Easter egg market, called an Ostereiermarkt in German, is a wonderful way to see traditional (and not so traditional)...
  • London Daily Photo: Denmark Street Reflections 1 hour ago The post London Daily Photo: Denmark Street Reflections appeared first on tikichris.
  • Writer's Quote Wednesday - John Lubbock 1 hour ago John Lubbock (1834-1913) was a very versatile individual – a banker being what we would call nowadays his ‘day job’, he wrote valuable books on archaeology, biology and ethnography. He helped to establish archaeology as a discipline and worked on an evolutional theory, which was similar to...
  • The Notebook: What I write when I'm not writing 1 hour ago A few weeks ago I was in a mad rush to catch a train and flew off without something very precious – one of my notebooks. At first I wasn’t sure where I’d left it, and blisters quickly formed on my thumbs as I dashed out a blizzard of texts, …
  • Recipe from a tropical island resort 1 hour ago   Last week, Robert and I celebrated our 13th wedding anniversary. We went out for dinner and spent a little time reminiscing about our wedding, which was held in the Australian National Botanic Gardens in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). I’ve written before about the...
  • At the Hollywood dentist... 1 hour ago A cultural anecdote.The setting is a grand hospital in one of the fashionable Eastern parts of...
  • Qatar resident recounts recent home burglary as cautionary tale 1 hour ago British resident Steve has lived in the same standalone villa in Ain Khalid for nine years, and has never previously had any safety issues. However, on Monday night, his home was broken into while he, his wife and two children were asleep upstairs. (The post Qatar resident recounts recent home...
  • Taoyuan Airport MRT on track to open by end-2015 1 hour ago Good news for travel lovers in Taiwan – Focus Taiwan reported today that the Taoyuan Airport MRT is still on track to be launched by the end of the year. The article mentioned that testing of the track is set to commence in April, and the testing period will take longer than that for regular... ...
  • The Land of Holy Cows! 1 hour ago With the latest news of the state of Maharshtra Banning Beef, our country is yet again set to a new set of Social Media Wave blaming the Ban, Supporters of the Ban and those who have been expressing its safer to be a Cow than being a woman, in the event of the  Interview of … Continue reading...
  • Keep In Touch Long Distance, A Life Overseas 1 hour ago Quick link: Keeping in Touch Long Distance Our family has learned to be creative in keeping in touch with friends and relatives, mainly because we have awesome grandparents with really cool ideas. Today I’m writing at A Life Overseas about some of these ideas. I wrote about one of them, Family...
  • Guest Post: My weekend chez Leather and Abel 1 hour ago Vanessa: From the first day at High School, I knew I’d be friends with Rayshum forever. We clicked straight away, spent all day moaning about our terrible college, watched Grease Lightening on sleep-overs and went out dancing whenever we could. … Continue reading →
  • Was it Worth it? And Other Thoughts About Short Trips 1 hour ago I've been having a difficult time writing posts about Paris because so many posts and guidebooks already exist. That doesn't mean that I didn't have a different experience during my trip, it just means that I've been stuck for a way to sum it up meaningfully. Actually, I didn't really think of...
  • Visa and OCI process for a baby born in Indian with Indian and foreign parents (as on February 2015) 1 hour ago 1.     First step: a visa You need to get a 'new visa' done at the FRRO for which you need:·         Form filled online here http://indianfrro.gov.in/frro/ and printed out ·         Letter issued by the consulate·         1 copy of marriage...
  • Three steps to a clean home + WIN 3-hour cleaning vouchers from Helpling, Dubai 1 hour ago Perhaps one of the first things I would ask for if found a magic lamp would be to freed of my cleaning duties! Washing, cleaning, mopping, and dusting aren't exactly the most fun tasks to do - and in a sandy city like Dubai, you can't avoid it. We were recently hit by a sandstorm in the UAE, and I...
  • Leaving Auckland for Scandinavia 2 hours ago It´s been lovely to have had Oliver and his Martha here since Friday. Right now they are on a plane back to Norway where they live. We have had lots of talking, laughing and food. A great time and they … Continue reading →
  • Cherry Blossom Season 2015 2 hours ago Cherry Blossom Schedule 2015credit: www.tenki.jpJapan is not Japan without its cherry blossoms or sakura. Although the cherry blossoms can also be found in Korea, US and Canada, Japan "owned" it almost like a trademark.Starbucks Japan has started serving its seasonal sakura-flavored beverage....
  • Goodbye, Hello 2 hours ago My friends yin and yang were with me all day today. First thing this morning, we reluctantly said goodbye to Charlie as he loaded the bus to go on his overnight adventure to science camp. He was excited and nervous and so were we. I am hoping he has a great experience and I’m sure […]
  • All things Fondue 2 hours ago You can’t go to Switzerland and not have a fondue can you?  That’s like going to Paris and not having a croissant or a baguette, or even Germany and not having a sausage (speaking of Sausages, do pop over to my friend’s new site – A Sausage Has Two, a beautiful place full of all […] The...
  • gone tomorrow...or today 2 hours ago What a week it has been! Four of the colleagues who I used to occasionally have lunch with disappeared after we came back from the Chinese New Year. That's when I found out that our company does a spring cleaning of sorts. Our HR policies are such that their desks still contain personal effects...
  • 7 Reasons to Quit your Job and Move to Bali 2 hours ago 1. No more Monday blues When I worked for a company I always remember feeling a bit down on Sundays nights with the thought of having to work the next day. Monday mornings were even worse as I trudged off to work. Then I would spend the rest of the week counting down the days […] The post 7...
  • White Chocolate Lemon Rhubarb Fudge 2 hours ago White Chocolate Lemon Rhubarb Fudge Smooth, sweet, melt in your mouth delicious white chocolate and lemon fudge with a flavorful burst or rhubarb. The photos alone make me happy …And spring is in the air. Oh for long sunny days and more of this happy fudge! How long does it take to make? Eight...
  • Ode to Alberta and It's Big Blue Skies 2 hours ago Ironically, Massi was just in Alberta and my hometown this past week and I wanted to share this photograph he sent me of it's big blue sky. I swear no matter where you go in the world, you will never find a sky quite like this. A blue that only exists in paintings, that is somehow both...
  • Hiking in the Scottish Highlands 2 hours ago I had no idea Scotland would be so beautiful! I was blown away by the lush green hills, fluffy sheep everywhere and the snow-capped mountains.We kicked off 2015 with a long weekend trip to visit friends in the Highlands, a large region in northern Scotland that is dominated by many mountain ranges...
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