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  • . -178803723 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...
  • What Is A Chair Doing Up There? 32 minutes ago I’m trying to picture someone saying (and pointing), “Here, have a seat!”  It doesn’t have a backing, but I still think it looks like a chair.  Thoughts, anyone? More from the wonderful world of whimsical art; Chicago style! For context, this ‘structure’ is approximately 12-14 feet...
  • Madina Market near Accra 1 hour ago Let’s go in Madina market Madina is a market located outside Accra , about 30 mn drive. Like Makola market in the center of Accra, you will find many colorful product as vegetable and fruits,… More
  • A Love Letter to the Netherlands 1 hour ago   Dear Dutchland, You’re officially known as the Netherlands mainly by the Dutch, but often referred to simply as Holland by the rest of the world, or the Low Countries for those who are more intimately acquainted with you. But … Continued   Read more... This article is copyright ©...
  • Carolinensiel, Nordsee 1 hour ago We've just had the pleasure of spending a week and a half at the beautiful little seaside town of Carolinensiel at the Nordsee. Our trip was originally planned for five days, a little getaway for us to have some peace, quiet and rest in a beautiful location that we so badly needed after traveling...
  • ASUNCION 1 hour ago March 13-19Every 4-6 weeks it seems that we find ourselves making the trip into the capital, Asuncion for one reason or another.  Sometimes it’s to welcome guests or returning missionaries or say good-bye to those guest and missionaries.  Sometimes it’s for mission meetings. And sometimes...
  • 60 2 hours ago With about 60 days to go here at post, I've been busier than ever, trying to get everything done that needs doing.Everyday life is busy enough, with sports teams and birthday parties and music lessons and everything else that goes with being a parent. We also hosted some visitors for a few weeks,...
  • 4 Awesome Benefits of Homeschool Socialization 2 hours ago Los Gringos Locos Los Gringos Locos - Because living in Mexico as a Kentucky mom of four is a little crazy. *This is a sponsored post written in collaboration with FutureSchool. You can read my full disclosure policy here. There is a common belief that homeschooled children are not well socialized....
  • Int'l School of Ticino Open Days 2 hours ago The International School of Ticino (IST) opened in September 2014 in its new state-of-the-art premises in Lamone. The school aims to provide international and local families with a truly international education. To foster a better understanding of the school’s philosophy and learning environment,...
  • Job opportunity ... and this one's a rare gem 2 hours ago Geoff Black is a real diamond geezer. Even though he was born in Toronto, Geoff grew up in a British household and spent time in the UK. His family are from Devon and London and he currently works at Mississauga-based Griffin & Highbury diamond company. Geoff is looking to hire possibly one...
  • New Listings! One and Two Bedroom Condos in the Heart of the Village for just $150,000 USD (Yes, just $150,000 USD!) 2 hours ago New Listings at Marviya!$150,000 USD Each!Ever wondered what was behind the walls at Marviya? Well, now you can find out!  This gorgeous boutique complex of just 10 units is built around a gorgeous, lush courtyard with a pool and grill area. Every condo opens out onto the courtyard and some have...
  • Istrian Food Experiences Not to be Missed 2 hours ago Istrian Food Experiences Not to be Missed! If you are just landing on this blog for the first time, you may not know how much food (and wine) plays a role in our life. If you’re a long-time reader, you know… you get it. Food often dictates our travels and my recent week on the #ShareIstria...
  • Swedish Museum of the year 2016 // Szwedzkie Muzeum Roku 2016 2 hours ago Stockholm's Tekniska Museet reminds me our Polish Copernicus Science Centre, at least out of what I've heard about it, since I have actually never been there. I really like multimedia museums, full of games and various attractions. No surprise then that the Museum of Technology had been on my...
  • Time for Coffee in Saigon: Ho Chi Minh's Trung Nguyen Legend 2 hours ago Adding new style to traditional coffee culture in VietnamOccupying a primary location in the Ho Chi Minh shopping area, an elegant glass filed coffee salon by the renowned Vietnamese brand Trung Nguyen Legend offers an island of epicurean impression. During the days that I was in Saigon, I could...
  • Griddled courgette, mozzarella & mint salad with a pesto, lemon & yogurt dressing 3 hours ago Griddled courgette, mozzarella & mint salad with a pesto, lemon & yogurt dressingGriddled courgette, mozzarella & mint salad with a pesto, lemon & yogurt dressingGriddled courgette, mozzarella and mint salad with a zingy pesto, lemon and yogurt dressing. A seasonal spring recipe perfect for a...
  • When is cyberwar an act of war? Is NATO getting close to answers? 3 hours ago Just over a month ago, an entry appeared raising some issues that to be quite blunt, remain somewhat perplexing.  The entry was inspired by a chat with an Oxford University boffin at the Odessa Security Forum.  Answers, it has to be said despite over a month of pondering, are still difficult to...
  • Smorgasbord 3 hours ago Mardy CashmereI am worried about the moddles in the Brora catalogue which I received yesterday. For people wearing cosy, delightful Scottish cashmere they look really pained:These are the kind of facial expressions I adopt when cornered by mad people or waiting for the dentist but trying to conceal...
  • May 3, Cape Town Events in May 2016: Whats on in May in CapeTown? 4 hours ago The best Cape Town Events in May 2016 with information and links to the event organizers.
  • Life and Travel Lessons from Tyler Durden 4 hours ago Most of us are familiar with the movie Fight Club, the movie that came out in 1999 and quickly gained a cult following. Tyler Durden played by Brad Pitt and the narrator, a depressed and… More
  • Life and Travel Lessons from Tyler Durden 4 hours ago Most of us are familiar with the movie Fight Club, the movie that came out in 1999 and quickly gained a cult following. Tyler Durden played by Brad Pitt and the narrator, a depressed and… More
  • Tour d'Borneo 7: Sambas to Pemangkat 4 hours ago Part Seven. Leaving the city of Sambas for the coast. I had this weird psychic premonition experience on the way out of town. Somewhere in the back of my head, I knew that police in SE Asia set up check points on the edges of towns, checking people coming in and out. I rounded a curve on my way...
  • More Monuments In Bishkek 4 hours ago We could do dozens of posts on the monuments in Bishkek. We won't. One more look won't hurt, let's see what else can be defined as a monument in Bishkek.Old MIG, in front of an aviation academy.A monument to recent struggles that occurred in 2002 and 2010. More unrest, more monuments to...
  • What I Wore: holiday in Rio de Janeiro 4 hours ago When I was planning to visit Rio my first thought was to bring all of the skimpy layers I never get to wear in London – short shorts! tiny tank tops! drapey boho styles! But then I did some research, and realised that, actually, that might not be the best idea. We were travelling in November …...
  • Parque Histórico, Guayaquil 4 hours ago It wouldn’t be wrong to expect a history park in Guayaquil to be all about the history of the region. Parque Histórico is home to many old properties typical of the port city the turn of the 19th century. But Parque Histórico has another side to it, one a little more inviting to families, Read...
  • Austin, Texas in Pictures (Part 2) 4 hours ago It may seem from my first post that all there is to do in Austin is eat, drink and listen to live music. Those are certainly big components of the culture and draw of Austin. For a city in Texas, Austin is also surprisingly green, unlike the flat brownness for which the state is known. Here’s...
  • Golden Meadows 4 hours ago Drive along any country road in Middle Tennessee during the month of May, and you can't help but notice the fields are covered in yellow flowers.The Meadow Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) is gathered for its annual parade, it's bright, waxy petals, waving in the spring breezes for all who care to...
  • When you just don't have a clue!! 4 hours ago Yesterday I lost my internet connection on my laptop but still had it on my phone.  To my non-technical brain this just doesn't make sense.  Although I'm sure you pc wizards out there know exactly what was wrong.So I fiddled about with all sorts of things in the hope that I would by some miracle...
  • Old Dubai: a quick visit 4 hours ago While I didn’t do any shopping in Dubai, I did manage a quick walk around the Bastakiya District: also known as Old Dubai. Dubai was originally a small port that made its living from pearl diving, fishing and trade, especially with Iran. Besides the nomadic Bedouins, who lived in tents, the...
  • How Ya Like Them Ersters? 5 hours ago One by one the diesel-humming boats made their way back to the Fulton harbor on the Texas Gulf shore, bringing in a day-fresh load of oysters from Copano Bay. As the sun slowly set, burlap bags full of oysters stacked up on the dock, ready to be taken from shore to shucker to plate.  Fulton...
  • Duck's Inn 5 hours ago With so many great places to eat in Edinburgh we don’t tend to venture out of the city very often on foodie adventures. When Aberlady’s fine dining restaurant with rooms, Duck’s Inn, got in touch to see if we’d like to experience their offering we packed our bags and jumped into the...
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