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  • . -163830407 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...
  • Looking for zebras again  18 minutes ago When Clover was eleven months old, she became quite unwell. It took a lot of visits to different general practitioners and finally a stay in the Royal Children’s Hospital before a doctor there recognised that her case was not one of the many common diseases or disorders found in childhood. That...
  • Becoming adults 1 hour ago
  • i shall survive 1 hour ago So, there I was in my kitchen constructing a healthy Greek salad* when the Earth moved.Not one of those figurative in-love-with-my-head-in-the-clouds type of movement. But the real thing. As if the freight train from Inception had taken a wrong turn and had left everything shaking in its wake.It...
  • Daily Photo: Mandalay Watering Hole 1 hour ago Mandalay, Myanmar, August 2013.
  • Family brunch review at Blue - Butcher & Meat Specialist 2 hours ago Previously known as The Blue Butcher, the revamped Blue – Butcher & Meat Specialist on Hollywood Road is a surprisingly good choice for families. I say “surprisingly” as, on first glance, this rebooted restaurant does come across as a bit too … Continue reading →
  • Still life in Oaxaca 2 hours ago Yesterday, a sidewalk still life walking home from the market… We are travelers on a cosmic journey, stardust, swirling and dancing in the eddies and whirlpools of infinity.  Life is eternal.  We have stopped for a moment to encounter each other, to meet, to love, to share.  This is a...
  • The Best Korean Food in Auckland: BannSang 2 hours ago Guys, I think I found the best Korean food in Auckland and I’m pretty happy about it. If you’ve been following this blog, you’ll know that I lived in Korea for nearly two and a… The post The Best Korean Food in Auckland: BannSang appeared first on Willful and Wildhearted.
  • This week's small pleasures: week 30 2 hours ago Today, Monday is a public holiday here in New Zealand, the Labour Day holiday.  There is a long gap between … More
  • Weekly Small Pleasures #104 3 hours ago Good week, I guess. Read about it: 1. In the spirit of Halloween, here’s a video that made me laugh! 2. Going to the movies. As long as I live, this will always be a… More
  • Weekly Small Pleasures #104 3 hours ago Good week, I guess. Read about it: 1. In the spirit of Halloween, here’s a video that made me laugh! 2. Going to the movies. As long as I live, this will always be a… More
  • Pickling with Sarsons new speciality blend vinegar 4 hours ago When life gives you lemons, make a jar of – yes you guessed right – Lemon Pickle! No proper Indian meal is complete without a bit of pickle on the side. Growing up my mum pickled every possible vegetable and fruit that she would get her hands on , whatever was seasonal and also many... Read...
  • Guide to Hvar's wildflowers in the late summer 4 hours ago Following on from our Guide to Hvar’s Wildflowers – Spring Edition, I’ve been out and about looking for what’s in bloom at the end of summer. These are mostly in the high country around the peak of Sv Nikola and on the Vorh plateau, although some are down around sea-level, even right on the...
  • Monday Moves! 4 hours ago This a taken on the way home to the old house… after coming back from paying the deposit for the new house. That was two weeks ago. Yes, we like cutting things fine! Me… backseat… camera hanging from the window… … Continue reading →
  • iburi gakko cream cheese 4 hours ago
  • Durmitor National Park Hiking Adventures in Montenegro 4 hours ago Durmitor National Park hiking: Montenegro, Croatia’s much less-known southern neighbor, is filled with spectacular scenery like Durmitor National Park. The post Durmitor National Park Hiking Adventures in Montenegro appeared first on Chasing the Donkey.
  • Around Avenue des Ternes. 5 hours ago Today, a little walk through the western parts of the 17th arrondissement, more or less around Avenue des Ternes and west of  Place des Ternes, on which I already posted (see here). The word Ternes seems to have its origin in the name of a farm, outside the city limits, a “ferme externe”....
  • Turtle Release with Bali Sea Turtle Society 5 hours ago While in Bali this past July, we participated in a sea turtle release with the Bali Sea Turtle Society which was one of our most memorable experiences of the trip. I’ve mentioned the turtle release on my Snapshots from Bali and Activities with Kids in Bali posts, and in this one I’ll be...
  • Positive Fitness Wellness Retreat | iPhone Images 6 hours ago Moderation is not always my strong suit.  Like so many, I tend to run all or nothing between work and home life. And lately with calls, finding myself unexpectedly as a patient in hospital and then back to the daily grind- it was a teetering act of complete non-balance. (The words curmudgeon and...
  • Photo Essay: Midwest Mississippi River Views 6 hours ago The Mississippi River is over 2000 miles long and stretches across 10 US States.  It’s packed full of history and is an area I would love to learn more about.  This photo essay will include… More
  • Back, I hope. A Re-introduction. 6 hours ago It has been more than a year since I have blogged.  I have started different posts many times, but never finished.  The last year has been exciting, fun, challenging and full of new adventures, as always. Last year in August I started … Continue reading →
  • Restaurant: Waldheim in Bern 6 hours ago This time we decided to leave Geneva for a Gastronomical Adventure, we landed in Bern in the loveliest restaurant called Waldheim. We were warmly welcomed by the lady in charge of the establishment and were immediately delighted by the cozy...
  • Happy Diwali! 7 hours ago My Diwali greeting is a little early this year, as I’m using this New Year to say goodbye to this blog (and to start a new online project). Over the past year, this space on the internet has been somewhat neglected as I’ve been concentrating on my own writing and other paid work. Just the […]
  • Free Money Transfers for SMG Readers 7 hours ago Are you transferring money to Australia? Fantastic Promotion Offer from OFX just for SMG readers Get Free Money Transfers for LIFE! No promo code needed, just click on your current location below.           Don't see your location? Click here if you are located in Europe. Click here if you are...
  • Great day on a boat 7 hours ago I got invited by a friend for a day out on a boat.  The ocean was calm and very few clouds, so all was in place for a fabulous day out in the North Sound.  The North Sound being the big “U” shaped bay that “eats” up 1/3 of  Grand Cayman. Off we go! You may […]
  • Interview with Ivana (197cm): Tallest Fitness Model in Modelling Industry? 8 hours ago My new guest on the blog today is fitness model Ivana who is now entering the tall fashion business. Best of luck to her! Hello, Ivana, and thanks for agreeing to come on my blog. Shall we start with what you do – fitness modelling? What does fitness give you as a person? My great interest […]
  • Junction Bar & Brasserie in Windsor {review} 8 hours ago It was a Tuesday night when my friend and I ventured out to Windsor to visit Junction Bar & Brasserie. I had been invited to check it out as it's just opened in the last month and they were looking for people to check it out! I said of course as if I hadn't I would be writing this post.Junction...
  • Sunday Humour: Trojans 8 hours ago Credit: Google Image   Ahh! My kind of humour to confuse the crap out of people! (or my own kids) Here’s to a week of trojanising! 
  • Soup's On 9 hours ago Our first cold night of the season last night.It's the perfect time to warm up with a hearty bowl of homemade soup.Cabbage and Bean SoupNavy or Northern BeansCabbageOnionsCarrotsCeleryHam HockSmoked sausage or Kielbasa slicedChicken Stock28oz can of whole tomatoesBay LeafSalt and PepperBasil and...
  • Soulful Sunday: A Little, Light Fun 9 hours ago It’s been an exceptionally stressful week for me.  I really needed to ‘lighten it up’, as it were.  So, for something completely different yet again here at The Chicago Files, I thought I would share with you a beautiful deck of what I call, “Angel Cards”.  These gorgeous cards display...
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