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  • . -243146273 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist's - 2014 Altargana - Buryat people festival Jul 18 – 21, 2014A bi-annual festival of the Buryat (Buriad) ethnic people. This year the festival will take place in Dadal sum of the Khenti aimag (province), the birth...
  • We ♥ Kansai : What's It All About!? -29773373 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...
  • Spring break: Off to Israel! 1 hour ago There comes a point where the only salve for what ails us is to flee; plan a getaway, bask in the sunshine and indulge in a change of scenery. I'm off to do just that, loin de le France. I hope you'll follow along on Instagram as I discover Israel for the very first time!Join me: @LostNCheeseland
  • YESSSS 1 hour ago YESSSS
  • Bunny Versus Barfi 1 hour ago This time last year, The Canadian One and I had been in Toronto for about a week and he was still trying to convince me that Canadians did not call it T-Dot. We were embarking on a trip into the city to see Frightened Rabbit, a Scottish band we both really like, play in a dark…
  • Namche Bazaar - It is freezing, but no heat in the hotels 1 hour ago Like most people traveling to Mt. Everest, Harrison and myself are spending an acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar (Elevation 3,400 Meters).  An acclimatization day is essentially a rest day to let your body get used to the altitude.   The village of Namche Bazaar is set up on a crescent...
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  • It's so weird seeing what you post for breakfast because I live in California U.S and we haven't even eaten dinner yet lol so it makes me want breakfast again... By the way your food looks bomb. 1 hour ago why not eat breakfast for dinner XD i pretty much did yesterday, If there was no such thing as that mental meal guideline of savoury foods for lunch and dinner i’d have breakfast 3 times a day
  • This may seem like an odd question, but how much fiber do you typically eat per day? I eat a lot of fresh fruits, veggies, beans, and whole grains and struggle not to go overboard on fiber, because it tends to cause digestive problems and discomfort even 1 hour ago back in the old days of recovery it used to anywhere up to 80grams (yes really) and these days i eat more fats so i can keep it lower although ive noticed i’ve been averaging around 60 grams or so. If you’re worried about fiber try getting calories from other sources like fat and protein
  • Jetstar's Economy Seats to Japan 1 hour ago The route I most often take to and from Japan is Gold Coast (Australia) to Kansai International Airport at Osaka. Flight time is a little over 9 hours, which for an international flight, isn’t very long at all. Flying to Japan from Australia with Jetstar, arrival time in Japan is just after 6PM....
  • A wedding to attend (New Hebrides) 1 hour ago The New Hebrides (before it went independent as Vanuatu) was a fascinating place. This archipelago in the South Pacific was and is populated by ethnic Melanesians, with a scattering of Polynesians – biologically related, very distantly – to Australian aborigines and native Hawaiians,...
  • the-tea-goddess said: Holy shit you're good looking! <3<3<3  Nah the face comparisons are... 1 hour ago the-tea-goddess said: Holy shit you’re good looking!
  • Spiriting Away 2 hours ago When the Robot show was over, I was pretty much ready to leave Tokyo.  I didn't get to see everything I would have liked, but I came damn close.  The fact is, though, you can't "do" Tokyo in a few days, or really even a month.  I think to really see a city as big and complex as Tokyo you need to...
  • Three reasons to visit Peljesac peninsula this summer (photos) 2 hours ago Three reasons to visit Peljesac peninsula this summer (photos) The Peljesac peninsula is probably one of the best kept secrets of Croatia. The second largest peninsula in Croatia, Peljesac is still off the main touristy routes. However, this beautiful region located in the southern Croatia is just...
  • Passion Week - Easter Sunday 2 hours ago Matthew 28:1-10After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb.There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord came down from heaven and, going to the tomb, rolled back the stone and sat on it. His appearance was like...
  • flowers for easter 2 hours ago
  • Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top 2 hours ago
  • Turkish lamb hamburgers and a honey sweet ending 2 hours ago It finally was the weekend, so I was excited to get out of the house and enjoy some spring sun. Teaching inside all week Iong without seeing much outside of my four walled classroom makes me feel gloomy after a while. However, a quick stop for a bite to eat in downtown Daegu seemed to […]
  • Timeframe: Old is New Again 2 hours ago A while back, I received a message asking me to write a post about small business 'Timeframe', who I last wrote about in March '13. I must apologise for not having posted this sooner - I guess life got in the way.When I first posted about Timeframe, it was because business owner Jason Whittington...
  • Two Spots for Tea 2 hours ago I love tea. I drink a whole pot of it in the morning. Some of you got an insight into breakfast chez Chéri & moi this past winter. I find that it wakes me up gently, quenches my thirst and offers me a delightful indulgence for the papilles (taste buds in French…it sounds better). I […]
  • Five Tips For Travellers to Thailand 2 hours ago Top tips For First Time Travellers to Thailand
  • The breakfast escort Gotta love em! ht - 2 hours ago The breakfast escort Gotta love em! ht – - The breakfast escort Gotta love em! ht The breakfast escort Gotta love em! http://ow.ly/2FMzFU http://ow.ly/2FOBDi http://ow.ly/2FQdhC
  • 3-Way Test: Almond, Olive, and Coconut Oil for DIY Hair Repair 3 hours ago So I took my ombre to the next level and went even lighter than I was a few weeks ago. I haven’t had light hair in years and I’m really happy with how it turned out. Still pretty natural, I can pull it back and look totally brunette, or leave it down and be slightly […]The post 3-Way Test:...
  • Hilton DoubleTree Zagreb {5 Star city break} @DoubleTreeZgb 3 hours ago What's it like at the Hilton DoubleTree Zagreb? We stayed here recently, and give it the thumbs up. The post Hilton DoubleTree Zagreb {5 Star city break} @DoubleTreeZgb appeared first on .
  • British Hainan 3 hours ago Stumbled upon a new restaurant tucked somewhere in Joo Chiat/Haig Road area called British Hainan. While it may be a wee difficult to locate, you can’t miss the pair of wooden lions flanking the entrance of this antique store cum eatery at the corner of Carpmael and Crane Roads. The … Continue...
  • The Upper Room Monologues • Part 3 3 hours ago This is the third part of a three part monologue cycle I wrote and performed during the Chengdu International Fellowship’s 2013 Easter celebration. The monologues each take the perspective of a different unnamed witness to the events of the Passion of the Christ, and they all take place in the...
  • Willy Wonka is at The Trisara! 3 hours ago Sundays with Chef Peter….Daahlings,                    A very happy Easter to you… I always loved Easter when I was in England. Spring is in the air, the daffodils are out and it’s time to eat chocolate! There is always something quite lovely about eating a piece of...
  • Cornwall - Eden Project 4 hours ago Under this strange bubble wrap is an ambitious idea, the Eden Project, right in Cornwall. The whole valley was dug to welcome it. I had seen pictures of course, but only had a vague idea of what to expect. Images of past visits to tropical gardens or Kew Gardens greenhouses were swirling in my...
  • Tweet Tweet Giveaway 5 hours ago Just a little giveaway to brighten your weekend Brought to you by: Travel Babbles, Sophistifunk, Back East Blonde, The Life Of Bon, Two Thirds Hazel, Fizz and Frosting, We Took The Road Less Traveled, Living In Another Language, Helene In Between, Jade & Oak, Treasure Tromp, Classic and Bubbly,...
  • On the Road, Again 5 hours ago It’s 5am and the people are starting to come out. These people who disappear all night, from when I land at midnight until now, start to appear again, come out from their corners, again. Some of them are just arriving at the airport, and I realize that it is already time for some of the […]
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