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  • . -165959457 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...
  • Moving On... 23 minutes ago No, we're still enjoying our adventures here in the United Arab Emirates, but I've moved the blog.You can now visit me at www.screamingabdhabs.comSee you there!
  • Fitting the 'runway' lights 31 minutes ago I’m visiting my parents for a few weeks and helping them with jobs around the house. There is always something that needs doing. One of the jobs we set out to do in the Spring was to fit lights on the wall surrounding the pool. We dubbed them the ‘runway’ lights quite early on, as...
  • Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur: Get Shit On and Fight with Girlfriend 35 minutes ago “You want in my country, you pay 350 ringitt!” yelled a short woman in a hijab. The only reason Zucchini and I flew to Malaysia was because it allowed cheaper airfare to Bali. We’d spend three days looking for things to do in Kuala Lumpur; then 10 in Bali, where I wanted to surf and […] The...
  • Wedding Dino Avatars - Japan Edition 37 minutes ago               *The photo above was edited by our friend Roxy from CSGCreative. Check out her amazing photos here. Like our awesome wedding dinos? Check ... Read More   Read more... This article is copyright ©  Bobo and ChiChi The post Wedding Dino Avatars – Japan Edition appeared...
  • Reasons to Drink Soju... 52 minutes ago
  • Memories of Fall 58 minutes ago It’s the changing of the season in other countries. From summer to fall. Meanwhile, where I am, it’s still summer. haha  We only have summer and winter here in Saudi Arabia and I’m beginning to miss my favorite season, fall. So I’m sharing some photos of my autumn experience. I love this...
  • Love (2015) 1 hour ago (source) Chanced upon Gaspar Noé’s Love last night when I was searching for a film to watch over solitary dinner. Could say … Read More →
  • What's On in Zurich End September Early October 2016 1 hour ago . What’s On in Zurich End September Early October 2016   Photo by Carmen Sirboiu Columbian Fashion Design in Zurich 29th & 30th September the Calivero fashion company is presenting its Autumn and Winter collection of exclusive Columbian designs at the Calivero Boutique, Zollikerstrasse 114, 8702...
  • New Competition - Win a dim sum brunch for two at Hwang (dumplings people!) 1 hour ago I am an impatient woman. Especially when it comes to food. I don’t do lines. Except…when it comes to dumplings. In Australia I have been known to arrive early to one of Sydney’s many excellent yum cha places. The lines at many are infamous for their length and […]
  • Sep 29, Jobs in South Africa: Your Expat Guide to Finding Work in Cape Town 1 hour ago Our expat guide informs about jobs in South Africa and work visa categories and shares tips for working in Cape Town
  • Katana - Dowtown Dubai 2 hours ago I was invited to the launch of ‘Bubbles, Bites and Beats’ at Katana. Katana Dubai is located at The Promenade, overlooking the lake, Downtown Dubai. You can access it either from Souk Al Bahar or from The Dubai Mall. Katana is very nicely located, you can enjoy eating and drinking while...
  • How Americans can vote in the US Presidential elections from Qatar 2 hours ago To vote from Doha, citizens will first need to register to vote in their home state. This should be done soon, as most states have an Oct. 10 deadline. (The post How Americans can vote in the US Presidential elections from Qatar is from Doha News.)
  • Get out and vote! 2 hours ago I am good to go.I have never voted in the United States before but the time has come to change that!The process has been surprisingly easy even for someone like me who had never registered to vote before. It took filling out a form online, two e-mails to the Board of Elections in my county due to...
  • Les Petits Chefs make Jamie Oliver's English Breakfast Frittata from Super Food Family Classics 2 hours ago They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and as a teacher, I couldn’t agree more. I can totally tell who’s had a good breakfast from the way they are acting around 9.30 (recess) and how hungry they are. Too often we (me included!) opt for a few extra minutes in bed […]
  • Velký Přelet - The Great Flight 2 hours ago On Hand for Some History  September 25, 2016 saw the much anticipated arrival of the former Czech air force Tupolev Tu-154M “Nagano Express” to her new home at the Kunovice air museum in the south east of… More
  • Latte Art - the art of pouring a perfect latte 2 hours ago CoffeeCakesAndRunning - Personal blog about Food & Drink, Travel, Coffee & Expat Life in Dubai The post Latte Art – the art of pouring a perfect latte appeared first on CoffeeCakesAndRunning.
  • Empty Spaces...when kids have gone away to school 3 hours ago There are a lot of empty spaces in my life at the moment, with two children away at school. My diary is clearer and the house is full of blank spaces. Empty bedrooms, empty sofas, empty kitchen table with only 3 places laid occasionally instead of 5. My mum says that I should be happy […] The...
  • REP_013 Responsible Charity When Living Abroad 3 hours ago This podcast is brought to you by www.phsurvivalguide.com*** (Music by Jason Shaw) The post REP_013 Responsible Charity When Living Abroad appeared first on Life Beyond The Sea.com - Philippines.
  • Dead Sea Spa Resort Days  3 hours ago We’ve spent the last two days at the Jordan Valley Marriott. It’s a super nice... The post Dead Sea Spa Resort Days  appeared first on Riot, Riot!.
  • That experience/To doświadczenie 3 hours ago People wish to learn to swim and at the same keep one foot on the ground, Marcel Proust wrote. Last year I decided I'll overcome my fear of water and for a couple of weeks I was going to the sea with blue swim belt. The first thing discovered was that swimming it's something natural. Since the...
  • Petite Adventures Month in Review: September 2016 4 hours ago Setting up in a new country sucks. I’m not going to sugar coat it because it does. There’s no way to get around it; it’s bureaucratic nightmare and this year it just seems that the nightmare is never going to end. We kicked off September by arriving in Leeds and despite some wicked jetlag, we...
  • Seven Qatar eateries and shops closed for violating food law 4 hours ago The grocery shops and cafeterias have all been ordered to close from one week to two months for: selling food unfit for consumption, preparing them in unsanitary conditions or stocking expired products. (The post Seven Qatar eateries and shops closed for violating food law is from Doha News.)
  • Draw 4 hours ago I remember the last time I drew as a child before giving up. My parents had given me a deluxe art set for my birthday: markers, watercolors, pencils… it was a glorious art set that packed up nicely into a wooden briefcase. Perhaps I believed that this art set would instantaneously imbue me with...
  • Infinite possibilities in Andalucía 4 hours ago If this previous promo film for Andalucia featured only beautiful people, this one – from Canal Sur Turismo – proves only white people live and visit the province. We really don’t need to do the tourist guys’ job for them, but it’s a nice snapshot of the area and includes snow on the...
  • Day off work because the Footy is on tomorrow! 4 hours ago Melbourne is fantastic at public holidays. This statement is as true as it is fabulous. Let’s take this Friday, 30 September for example, its Grand Final Eve! Literally it is the eve of the grand final and apparently this warrants a day off. The game in question is the AFL or the Australian...
  • Swim Baby, Swim! 4 hours ago “I had a feeling that he’s the wellness type” commented my midwife as we were massaging a week old Bamm-Bamm after his first bath. My son hadn’t made a sound of complaint during the bathtime and was now visibly paying attention to each body part that I was carefully massaging with baby...
  • Sewing class 4 hours ago My friend Andrea convinced me to sign up for a jersey sewing class with her. It’s a good thing I did — she and I were the only students! It was 2x 3 hours and we came with our own projects to complete. I started small and made a hat from Frau Mathilde using her free […]
  • Transforming Conformity 4 hours ago When we arrived in Lille, G offered us just about the best advice anyone can receive when they arrive in a foreign culture: be a chicken. At first, this is confusing to anyone who knows about the game of “chicken” – why would this gentle, thoughtful man be advising us to drive headlong...
  • Lang4Life Blog: 5 Ways To Learn Out Of Class 4 hours ago While most people generally find lessons to be the best way to learn a language, attending classes alone is rarely enough to yield the desired results. So for this month's Lang4Life blog, we're looking at some effective ways to study out of the classroom. Every year students from all...
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