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  • . -199740525 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist's - 2015 Naadam 2015 eventsFor updates follow the 2015 detailed program page,Amarbayasgalant monastery 2015 events2015, June 18-19-20, Gongor ritual2015, September 10-11-12, Tsam dance ritualSee the trek page to...
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  • A long weekend in Brussels 14 minutes ago A few months ago, our lovely Australian friends suggested we organise a weekend away together before their visa ended and they had to go back Down Under. After figuring out what would work or what wouldn't (it was planned for the August bank holiday weekend, at the height of Summer holidays...
  • Gin my kitchen 22 minutes ago Unpacking is a tedious chore so it’s essential to have some goodies stashed away to make putting away the rest of the stuff bearable. I’m back in my own kitchen after six wonderful and frantic weeks away. Wonderful food, good company with friends and family; striding up hill and down dale amid...
  • FCI 019 - Finding a Job in Italy with Liz Knight 28 minutes ago The biggest obstacle for many North Americans who would like to live in Italy is the prospect of finding (or rather, NOT finding) a job. When the expat bug first bites them, most assume that they’ll just show up, find a job in their chosen field, and then resume their career without any major...
  • Buñol, Spain: La Tomatina 2015 39 minutes ago Happy 70th birthday La Tomatina!We drove to Valencia the night before and stayed at a pretty sweet Airbnb place that Alex found. Aside from the lack of air conditioning (it was so hot) and wifi (who doesn't have wifi???), the apartment was cheap and well-located. We walked around the city a bit...
  • Not in Kansas Anymore 56 minutes ago I’ve been busy with travel and houseguests but needed to share a little tale from last night.  In case I had any doubts, I am not living the life as I had known it in the states.   Obviously I...Read more
  • How Our Rooms Transition and Change Seasonally 59 minutes ago Thank you so much for all the lovely feedback from our living room reveal yesterday!  Today I thought it would be nice to chat about how our rooms transition and change seasonally.  I grew up in a home where my mom decorated for every season (and any sub season she could think of!) so I […] The...
  • How Did I Get Here? 1 hour ago Genesis 1, Adam and God. Those were all the voices in the whole world. Can you imagine it being just you and God? Yet Genesis 2 He said it is not good for man to be alone. God added Eve, but then she distracted him. Like things and people tend to do. In Genesis 3 the first sin happens. Distractions...
  • On Cruisers and Time 1 hour ago The hours stretch by. Expand then contract again, bouncing in and out of time, out to forever then back again. Time stops being real, it moves at its own pace. It gets lazy then catches up with itself. The heat holds it down, presses it against itself. The hot tarmac radiates up and out and …...
  • Links and Info on Europe's Refugee Crisis 1 hour ago You’ve heard by now what’s going on with Europe’s refugee crisis, so I’m not going to blather on when time, knowledge, and assistance are the most important things. I’ve asked for people to send me information so that I can compile it and make it easy to find. I hope you can find this...
  • Squid Kitchen Brings Madrid Street Market Style to The King & Co, Clapham 1 hour ago Continuing with its pop-up approach to pub grubbing, The King & Co in Clapham has opened its kitchen to Madrileño style street food vendors, Squid Kitchen. A match made in heaven? It is if crisp craft beer coupled with cones overflowing with calamari sounds like you kind of fiesta. I loved my nosh...
  • V-Day 1 hour ago If you live in China, you know what happened yesterday in Beijing. It was simply impossible to miss it, as it was on every screen you can possibly think of. If you don’t live… Continue reading →
  • Welcome to Europe! Nah, just kidding... 1 hour ago These damn foreigners, man! Either they are lazy and just take all our uitkeringen, or they’re stealing our jobs. Can’t they like… be refugees in their own country or something? (And no, this clip is never getting old. Never!) All joking aside though, the recent influx of refugees into Europe...
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  • French Fridays: Win a Paris by Bike tour from Fat Tire Paris 1 hour ago Love Paris? Would you like to explore Paris by bike? Well Fat Tire Bike Tours have partnered with me to offer one lucky reader two spots on their Paris by Bike tour! If you’re not familiar with Fat Tire, they offer bike tours and more in and around Paris, including popular “skip the line”...
  • Bon Weekend! 1 hour ago Photo by Gabriel Garcia MarengoHappy weekend, Lausanne! The sun is shining, the coats and cardigans are being shed, as if summer is trying to squeeze in just a few more days before the chill of autumn hits (and we love it). What are you up to this weekend? We'll be hanging around town, putting in...
  • September and Solidarity on Symi 1 hour ago This week's cruise ship was quite glamorous.The homely and dependable Blue Star Diagoras.The fish market in Yialos serves a dual purpose these days - a venue for locals to sell their fish and also shelter for refugees who often sleep on the benches overnight.There used to a castle on this mound,...
  • FAQ On Working And Salaries in Italy That I Get On The Blog 2 hours ago No-one comes to Italy to make money, you come here because you like the lifestyle. And without sounding like a.. The post FAQ On Working And Salaries in Italy That I Get On The Blog appeared first on Girl in Florence.
  • Have a Tasty Weekend 2 hours ago Hey! Happy Friday. I hope you have a great weekend. And if you're in the US, then I hope you have a terrific Labor Day long weekend - we've had our extended weekend already, so I can't complain!Last week, I won an Instagram prize draw (yay!) and received these beautiful Dawn Biscuits from The Whisk...
  • When you said your vows, what you expected? 2 hours ago In the event you were similar to women I suppose, you imagined you’re entering a relationship. You’d appreciate right, shared electricity? I guess something quite different was identified by you???ve , though. I guess he loves to have power over you ,? And to assure he achieves and retains...
  • More family airline reviews coming soon! 2 hours ago Which airlines go out of their way for junior passengers? Back in May 2015 we started a series reviewing airlines for their family-friendliness.  We’ve taken a small hiatus over the summer but these airline reviews are still proving to be our most searched topic so starting next week, […] The...
  • Working Out the Details 2 hours ago Normally my life is quite calm, now suddenly everything is revving up. It makes me feel as if I’m in that back-to-school anticipation and promise that I’ve always loved. (Maybe I should buy some coloured pencils or something. I love coloured pencils.) Today is about to be one of those days...
  • HMS Victory - Portsmouth 2 hours ago We took a little trip to Portsmouth when we were back in the UK over the summer.  It’s not too far from my Mum’s and with interests piqued thanks to bookworms pouring over the guidebooks they had discovered on her bookshelves (she used to work for a publishing company), the Small People more...
  • Staying in Touch with Family when You Live Faraway 2 hours ago MarocMama - A Fearless Guide to Food and Travel 5,000+ miles and a whole lot of tears later we’ve returned to Morocco from our summer visit to the US. Flying back we noticed lots of American families like ours returning to Europe or Morocco. We’re an easy bunch to spot. Extra large...
  • French Lessons On-Line - Excited to announce a partnership with Frantastique! 2 hours ago Opportunity to Learn or Improve your French withBeing in the mode of Back to School or as we say here - La Rentree - I thought it would be the perfect time to add something new to the blog. An opportunity to learn or improve your French. I am really excited to announce this partnership.  I was...
  • Today Was A Really Shit Day 2 hours ago This post comes with a warning. A chance for you to back out now before I invite you to join me while I wallow, actually it’s worse than a wallow, it’s more like a plunge dive into my own self pity and general sadness. It hasn’t been the best day. Any day that begins with […]
  • Friday Favorites 2 hours ago I hope you all have had a great week. The second week of classes moved by as quickly as… The post Friday Favorites appeared first on A Girl and Her Passport.
  • Monday morning with Mrs Sensible 2 hours ago On Monday morning Mrs Sensible went back to work, the children have another week of holiday before they return to … Continue reading →
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