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  • . -229881347 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist's - 2014 "Wrestling Mongolia" movie review.2014 Naadam Festival - Countryside EventsDates of local Naadam events in each aimag (province).Read more...Altargana - Buryat people festival July 18 – 21, 2014 Dadal...
  • We ♥ Kansai : What's It All About!? -16508447 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...
  • Weekly Photo Challenge: Endurance and Creativity 1 hour ago Mastering a craft and honing your creative skills is a test of endurance in itself. Creative Endurance is a form so similar to athletic endurance. Without the training, the mental focus, and the commitment you will lose shape and form. But you must continue to practice and overcome the barriers...
  • Filipino Family Values and Traits 1 hour ago A country is known for its one set of cultural norms and beliefs. Coupled with its culture, are the values and traits of its citizens. Philippines are known for many aspects. These aspects include the world of sports, the different tourist spots, the world of music entertainment, and the like, and...
  • The Golden Rule of Travel Diplomacy 1 hour ago Hoping to fit in – Tianjin 1998 “Duì bù qi ?! Duì bù qi ?!” Ann shouted imperiously, pointing to a row of taxis and staring at a group of drivers eating rice in the shade of a tree. It was a hot day and she had generously offered to take me shopping. I [...]
  • Axiom Telecom lets you now pre-order the iPhone 6... 2 hours ago Axiom Telecom lets you now pre-order the upcoming iPhone 6. It is not my phone of choice but if you fancy one you can now reserve it. The phone is as per their website available from 27.09. and are said to be shipped within Dubai and Sharjah within 24hours, all other emirates within 48hours. There...
  • It looks like Typhoon Fung-Wong is Heading Towards Taiwan! 2 hours ago As I write this, claps of thunder are pounding through the air and lighting is illuminating the sky. It appears that Typhoon Fung-Wong is on its way, but we are prepared. This picture was taken this afternoon.  It is an unaltered, raw, … Continue reading →
  • A Quick Guide to Vienna (by Kasi!) 2 hours ago Hi everyone! I'm Kasi from Birch Juice. You can find me blogging about travel, beauty, and food. I'm really excited to be guest posting for Margo today!So you're planning on visiting Vienna? That's wonderful! It's such a lovely city with great attractions that are guaranteed to satisfy, no...
  • Pete's photos ... 2 hours ago Pete has been in touch ...Friend of the blog, and contributor Pwll, has sent some photos of the 'instability' in the skies. The photos were taken on Friday morning, as the sun rose, after the rain.The views are across the Koukounaries lake towards the Skiathos Palace hotel ...Quite dramatic skies,...
  • Warm up for your Provence holiday with 'A Good Year' 2 hours ago Provence Guru TV – ‘A Good Year’ Filmed on location in the Luberon in locations including Chateau Canorgue in Bonnieux, Gordes and Cucuron, this Ridley Scott adaptation of a Peter Mayle novel stars Russell Crowe. It’s the perfect way to prepare for a trip to Provence. Here’s the trailer.
  • Mannekin Pis goes Latvian! 2 hours ago This weekend the city of Brussels hosts the Festival of Folklore, Folklorissimo. During the festival there will be several events occurring in Vismet and on the square containing Manneken-Pis, the landmark bronze sculpture depicting a little naked boy urinating into a fountain's basin. We visited...
  • Square in France Named After Ex Chinese Leader Deng Xiaoping 3 hours ago Few people may have heard of Montargis, a small town 110 km south of Paris, with a population of around 15,000 and an economy based on farming and light industry. But today, Montargis has made the headlines as it is the first city in Europe (and probably in the whole Western world) to have named a...
  • The wildlife of Folegandros 3 hours ago A young donkey Cats of Folegandros Fishing nets, with cat Who you lookin' at? James Bond Sheep crossing The wildlife of Folegandros
  • All the world a stage for Qatar's Souq Waqif bangle maker 3 hours ago Mohammed Aslam Maniyar, a 45-year-old Indian expat, has rubbed elbows with Bollywood stars Shahrukh Khan and Rani Mukherjee, was recruited to Doha seven years ago by an Indian business owner who admired his skill. (The post All the world a stage for Qatar’s Souq Waqif bangle maker is from Doha...
  • The colours of Folegandros 3 hours ago Pouting in front of the church The medieval centre of Chora In the centre of Chora The colours of Folegandros
  • The end of the beginning - Ukraine 3 hours ago In the late hours of yesterday, a 9 point plan to in effect freeze the conflict in eastern Ukraine was hammered out.  As has become the pattern,  immediately before, during, and after any such talks, fighting has increased, rather than decreased. The 9 point plan appears to be a rather loosely...
  • My sunhat. 3 hours ago My sunhat.
  • China - Organized Chaos 3 hours ago Now that I’m back in China my students often ask me why I came to their country. Which is a perfectly legitimate question. And some ask me to compare life in America and life in the Middle Kingdom. But few ask me what I think of China. As in many countries, China could be analyzed […]
  • Toilet Horrors... one for the ladies 3 hours ago Knowing I’m a bit of a toilet inspector a good friend shared this ‘toilet humour’. When I read it I nearly peed my pants with laughter! Enjoy! When you have to visit a public toilet, you usually find a line … Continue reading →
  • Panagia is sort of the symbol of Folegandros - it's a... 3 hours ago Panagia is sort of the symbol of Folegandros - it’s a church high on a hill above the main town
  • Review: Pont Street Restaurant at Belgraves Hotel 3 hours ago Before making my rez for Friday night din-din at the Belgraves hotel's Pont Street restaurant, I skimmed the web for a few reviews. Ouch! I'm not sure whether what I read was egregiously unfair or if Pont St subsequently got its act together, but my experience was way better than those perused...
  • More Greece - we took the ferry from Santorini to Folegandros,... 3 hours ago On the ferry Sunrise from the ferry In the port of Ios Folegandros port Folegandros coast Me in Folegandros Me again! More Greece - we took the ferry from Santorini to Folegandros, stopping in at two islands en route.
  • The Story of Ayse Metin and Her Connection to Harpagos, the Persian General 4 hours ago Read the Original Article - The Story of Ayse Metin and Her Connection to Harpagos, the Persian General Lately, I have been spending more time reading books than traveling. Don’t ask me why because I don’t know but I feel compelled to inject new energy into my life, travel style and writing....
  • The Twelve Labours of Homework Time 4 hours ago "We all you YOU can do your child's year 3 maths questions, or write a story about a caveman," said the teacher at the recent parents' talk at school. "We want to know if THEY can."Sensible words of course, but oh, how hard when you're standing over your child as they struggle with a homework...
  • From dishwasher to board member Finnish Cyclists' Federation 4 hours ago Last weekend I spend two days in Aitolahti to prepare the food and for a weekend gathering of cycling associations from different big Finnish municipalities in order to officially found the Finnish Cyclists’ Federation. Preparing food for hungry cyclists Some weeks ago a friend asked if we...
  • Everyone needs a job: Moving to Dubai with Expatsblog.om 4 hours ago I wrote before on the blog about how I found work as a new expat in Dubai, but this feature for Expatsblog.com made me think a little harder about the process. Dubai can be an intimidating and down right overwhelming place for many reasons; everyone seems so confident, everything feels so...
  • sucking on the lemon 4 hours ago When I moved to Mexico in 2009, the debate over Obamacare had just begun.My sole source for how the discussions were developing up north came from The Economist, The American Spectator, and National Review.  Each magazine had differing editorial policies on the topic.  And they each published...
  • A Day at the Races 5 hours ago BW's turned into a gambler. A whole 20kc gambler*.We traversed to Velke Chucle - Prague's horse racing track - with friends and their parents a couple of weekends ago. Our friends Scot and BB are getting married next summer, and that weekend was their parents' first time meeting each other. The...
  • State of Alarm 5 hours ago Upfront – this is my personal opinion.  We all have them. No doubt many of you are already aware that on Thursday the Australian Federal Police thwarted a terrorist plan by ISIS (now Islamic State) members to kidnap a random member of the public, drape them in the Islamic flag and behead him/her...
  • Aisha's Egypt: The Olive & Pickle Vendor 5 hours ago I'm a big fan of olives, and the great display really caught my attention. Every type of olive imaginable is available at the tables of this street vendor. He's not only selling olives, he also has many other vegetables pickled in salty water. Pickles in Egypt are not drowning in vinegar here,...
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