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  • . -234834628 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist's - 2014 2014 Naadam Festival - Countryside EventsDates of local Naadam events in each aimag (province).Read more...Altargana - Buryat people festival July 18 – 21, 2014 Dadal (Khentii aimag)A bi-annual festival of...
  • We ♥ Kansai : What's It All About!? -21461728 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...
  • A few things to try before you turn 30. 19 minutes ago With the big 30 looming before me its time I take stock of the beautiful life I’ve led so far and the things I’ve yet to do. Here's my list of things to do before you turn 30.
  • Weekly Photo Challenge: Containers 34 minutes ago I love portable food. I don’t mean fast food, but wholesome, tasty food, ideally in a portable container. Something a little more sophisticated and squish-proof than a sandwich but with similar versatility. Lithuania has lots of them, including kibinai & čeburekai, but my favourite has to be the...
  • Motorbike madness, Vietnam 37 minutes ago When people think of Vietnam, one of the first things that come to mind             is motorbikes, lots and lots of motorbikes!! It is estimated that there are around 37 million motorbikes in Vietnam compared to only 2 million cars. With a population of 90 million (keeping in mind the...
  • Friday Links 37 minutes ago Some kind of wonderful… An interesting read about the evolution of online learning. I am doing an online photography course and enjoying it and there are so many courses out there, it’s great to read about someone who is learning … Continue reading →
  • Welcome, World! Stay a While 45 minutes ago Originally posted on I Read Encyclopedias for Fun:Every so often, I like to ask my readers some questions to get to know them…
  • What's On in Zurich End of July Onwards 48 minutes ago What’s On in Zurich End of July Onwards Orange OpenAir Cinema - films in the open air in Zurich right on the lake. Have you seen any films there yet? Take a look at this guide to all the film listings with dates here. OpenAir Filmfluss Cinema at Unterer Lettern - is celebrating 20 years of...
  • Word of the Week 55 minutes ago When summer vacation started our routine was thrown out of the window and we just go and do things by the day. We dont have a schedule. Inside I am crying as I worked hard for that routine but it is really hard to follow now as he wont sleep early cuz of the heat and he wont wake up early cuz he...
  • Coffee time and a saucer of Milk 56 minutes ago A new Taverna has opened in the village and on Thursday we decided to try it out. " Coffee Time" is situated opposite St Andrews church. Along with Jill and Pete we enjoyed a tasty Klefitko (traditional Cypriot Lamb.)We had a visitor to our back door this week and a saucer of milk was lapped up in...
  • Week 30: 5 things to do in Copenhagen this weekend 1 hour ago Hooray, we’ve survived another week in the heat, and the weekend is upon us! I’m doubling up on art this weekend, but if you’re not into that, there’s always food. Or music. Or free movies outdoors! Enjoy your weekend!   Guided tours at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek What – A guided tour through...
  • Friday figments & photos 1 hour ago Sunshine, Marmite boxers, Mexican Street food, and a thrilling thunder and lightening storm clanging over London.Twitter | Google+ | Facebook | Bloglovin' | Email
  • Kaizoku Feast Club 1 hour ago It’s been a while since we’ve been to good supper club, and this was very good supper club indeed. Kaizoku Feast Club is run by the people behind the Japanese Curry pop-up of the same name, a couple of expats who are determined to bring authentic Asian flavours to Berlin. For their first...
  • Sumo Wrestling: Japanese Society in a (Not-so-Small) Nutshell 1 hour ago I was part of a large crowd gathered to see massive bodies wiggle and jiggle, slam into each other and try to outdo each other’s massiveness. Big booties were bared along with man boobs.Guess where I am? In a sumo competition! (I’m not competing though, just watching.)Search for Sumo...
  • This is India! (eight) 1 hour ago Welcome back to This is India! I always have funny/weird stories about India to share with friends or family when I talk to them. This is just meant to be an honest portrayal about my life in India through short anecdotes. I also share here what I’ve been up to online outside Hippie in Heels....
  • Sugar Sugar 1 hour ago I also start to wonder where the in-laws are. Never before have I been unattractively contained to a hospital bed and not been subjected to the well wishes of various relatives? Continue reading →
  • Guest Post: Scattered Love 1 hour ago I’m very pleased to have a guest post on the blog today from Marianne Weekes. Mari has been keeping a family journal of sorts for over 4 years, Mari’s World which made the Finalists in the BiBs 2014 Family category. She is also Editor of the busy BritMums blog which keeps her out of mischief....
  • Newton Dee 1 hour ago I made it over to Newton Dee this week and wish I had gone sooner. I spent probably an hour there, just walking the grounds, talking with residents, then perusing the store. It was beyond lovely. This place is just amazing, and such a neat community for both the residents with learning disabilities...
  • Thank you... 1 hour ago To sooo many people for your presence...and presents - too generous!The contributions to the food were fabulous both in taste and presentation!Great night with friends and neighbours -again thank you all!.
  • Putin up a wall 1 hour ago Source: Peter Brookesof The Times
  • London Daily Photo: Tulip Siddiq, Parliamentary Candidate and Promise Foundation Mentor 1 hour ago The Promise Foundation is inspired by Promise Campbell, who at the age of twelve benefited greatly through a relationship with a mentor leading her to achieve things far beyond her own expectations. Continue reading → The post London Daily Photo: Tulip Siddiq, Parliamentary Candidate and Promise...
  • The bane of my current life 1 hour ago I answer the phone and, right away, accusations. “I’m where your office is supposed to be and you’re not here!” I try to take charge of the situation before it spins wildly out of my control. “Where are you right … Continue reading →
  • Unknowingly being offered durian 2 hours ago obnoxiousexpatsinsingapore:                 True story.
  • Top 5 Hidden Gems in Southeastern Connecticut 2 hours ago In no particular order, here are some of my favorite places to visit in southeastern Connecticut.1) Devil's Hopyard: Devil's Hopyard is a park is a great place for hiking, picnicking, birding, and camping.  The park has beautiful waterfalls and it may be named after large pothole stone formations...
  • ICF Devotional 2 hours ago As soon as Jesus was baptized, he went up out of the water.  At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and lighting on him.  And a voice from heaven said,“This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.”Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into...
  • Friends 2 hours ago It takes a day to find a friend, a moment to lose them but a lifetime to forget them.
  • Bilingual Alphabet- Letter B 2 hours ago Yesterday we had to find things starting with the letter B both in Italian and English. This is what we …Continue reading →
  • Aux Berges de la Bel Bed & Breakfast and Restaurant, Aubel, Belgium 2 hours ago This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Eat Wallonia.The Aux Berges de la Bel bed and breakfast in Aubel, Belgium has a sunny terrace, quiet rooms and a fantastic restaurant. It’s the perfect weekend escape from Brussels. We love exploring different corners of Belgium. While just about everywhere...
  • Finnish Food: The death of my taste buds 2 hours ago I’ve been in Finland now for nearly three years and I’ve got one major complaint… Finnish food. Now I’m sure people will be outraged when I say this, but Finnish food is just boring. I’m sure you’re thinking what the hell is he talking about? How can he even offer that judgment, British...
  • French Road Trip 2014, Week Three 2 hours ago Week Three of the French Road Trip 2014 started with a last bike ride in Basque country south of Hendaye on Saturday morning, July 19.  After a late breakfast, the boys and I loaded up the car to head to the Pyrenees to meet Steve, who was preparing for L'Etape with his Nike teammates.  Here's...
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