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  • . -147491409 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist 2017Ceremonies with rituals at the Amarbayasgalant monastery during 2017June 29-30 and July 1   2017August 10-11-12   2017September 18-19 2017 might include Tsam dance.Older news for 2016Visa newsThe visa free...
  • May Treasures 49 minutes ago And just like that, it's May. This month always feels a little sentimental, probably because of graduations; May feels like a month of both endings and new beginnings. It feels especially sentimental for me, however, since it marks two years since we moved from California and up to Seattle. This...
  • A brief return to Estufa Fria in Lisboa 1 hour ago A snapshot of the garden's history
  • Putting in what you would like to get out 1 hour ago There is something about human nature where we like to mirror other people’s behaviours. Think about if you are talking to someone about something sad, exciting or happy – we mirror the tone and facial expressions of the person speaking. … Continue reading →
  • Little Spotted Kiwi Birds Return to Shakespear Regional Park in Auckland, New Zealand 2 hours ago Albom Adventures For the first time since the late 19th century, little spotted kiwi birds roam free on New Zealand’s mainland. The celebration and release of twenty kiwi birds at Shakespear Regional Park was an event more than five years in the making. It’s a dream made possible by a lot of...
  • If Travel Was a Menu... 2 hours ago I loved the theme suggested by Binny a few weeks ago for this month’s travel link-up so much that I started planning my post right away (this is unusual for me, as I am so pushed for time these days that I rarely get a chance to start thinking about it prior to the night before the post is due to...
  • Ecuador Earthquake 2016 2 hours ago   Hello, Are You Still Out There? Someone asked me what I do now that I’m retired. I used to be able to say I was a writer. It hasn’t felt right to say that for the last 6 months. I miss writing. So I’m giving it another try. Lets cover the information that has […]
  • Our Car was Broken Into 3 hours ago We were robbed. Our car was violated in the wee hours of the morning by a team (I am sure) of delinquents with a mission to get the dashboard and other accessories from the make and model of our car. They didn´t break any windows but jimmied the door open and stealthily took everything they...
  • Easter Parade 3 hours ago First you see the dogs. Twitchy, yappy, kitschy dogs in shades and cowboy hats making their way down Fifth Avenue. Most are in prams, but today’s all about one-upmanship so some poor mutts suffer even worst fates. Some terriers in a plastic, remote controlled pink Cadillac buzz past me, a small...
  • On the Go in Manado 8: The Southeast Coast of North Sulawesi 3 hours ago The island of Sulawesi has a starfish-like appearance with legs or tentacles jutting out in all directions. Manado is near the tip of the northernmost peninsula in an area the curves its way up like a banana. Consequently, it's kind of hard to define each of its many coastlines. The next phase of...
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  • Year in Photos 4 hours ago Last May I decided to take one picture a day for an entire year and I made it! I used an app to keep all my pictures in a calendar. I love looking back at past months to see what we were up to.May 2016May was a typical month. A few play/coffee dates with friends and hanging out at home. June...
  • Paradise Found:Puka Shell Beach Boracay 4 hours ago During a recent vacation in the Philippines, we visited a gorgeous white sandy utopia to escape the slimy green algae along Boracay’s famed White Beach area. “Paradise Found:Puka Shell Beach... The post Paradise Found:Puka Shell Beach Boracay appeared first on PHILIPPINES PLUS.
  • Sorry! 4 hours ago I know I've been terrible at writing posts for a while now. Both Little O and I started school in September, he in preschool and me in University learning Chinese. I hope to get caught up with our travels as my school year is coming to an end soon. I can't promise that I will be perfect as we have...
  • Songkran - Part 3 of 3 5 hours ago After lazing on beaches and sipping smoothies for 8 days, it was time to have some more frenetic fun before our vacation came to an end.  And that meant the realization of a bucket list goal (of mine, at least):  It was time for Songkran!!  I had heard about this holiday about 10 years ago in a...
  • A little bit of Burma in Blacktown 5 hours ago I went to Blacktown in Sydney's west to meet the owner of Sun's Burmese Kitchen for The Point Magazine.
  • Naha Airport 5 hours ago There are ferry services to Okinawa with Marue Ferry, but they are much more expensive and slower than flying. Even standard airlines such as Japan Airlines will be a lot cheaper. Budget airlines service Okinawa from various locations Peach Airlines: Osaka, Fukuoka Jetstar: Tokyo, Osaka Access Take...
  • Naha 5 hours ago Central Naha (那覇) is where mosy people will access Okinawa. The history of this islands and its main city are rather different from the rest of Japan’s, so Naha is a good place to check out something a little different. Budget travel tips Fly here rather than taking a ferry. Check our Naha...
  • scorpio rising 5 hours ago Man the barricades! We are under attack!Either it is scorpion season -- or God has confused me with pharaoh. Whichever, we are in the midst of a scorpion plague.That is, if two scorpions constitute a plague. I know more than one person who would claim one scorpion is a plague, and "I'm out of...
  • Random fun week - for some.... 6 hours ago This week was typical nawesome  (Billy's word, a combination of awesome and normal), crazy busy with some notable highlights...Billy has braces!  At least on the top teeth. So, we officially have 3 kids in glasses and 3 kids in braces.  Can you say ... awkward stage?  We need to start taking...
  • Conscious Buy: Ethically made resort wear by Baliza 6 hours ago Living and travelling around Asia, easy-breezy clothing has become a big part of my wardrobe. For weekends, my style tends to skew a bit more bohemian, so I gravitate towards dresses with prints, patterns and other boho details. Throw an… The post Conscious Buy: Ethically made resort wear by...
  • Transforming Nepal 6 hours ago Peaks and Valleys, Part 1 of 3 It’s hard as hell to write about Nepal. I’ve been there twice now — first for 10 days in 2011, and now for a week this spring — and even after taking copious notes, I don’t know where to begin. One reason for this is my mother, who… The post Transforming...
  • Stopping America's Slide to Self Destruction 6 hours ago Crying I cannot believe the world that I see Is not for me Praying please take me home I’m here all alone and slowly I fade If you could see my misery Would you believe in opacity?-Ebony Tears I am … Continue reading →
  • Sacred Space 6 hours ago It’s Sunday today, a day to rest and regroup. Did you visit or create any sacred space to breathe and to feel alive, to express gratitude and to just Be wonderful YOU? This is your space right now.  I hope you have a wonderful day and week ahead and enjoy the magic of this one […]
  • It's the End of the World As We Know It 6 hours ago Cynthia and I watched a documentary about the history and future of the Internet last night. There were some fascinating as well as disturbing segments (addicted online gamers in Japan and S. Korea wear diapers so they don't have to be bothered actually getting up to go to the bathroom--gross!!),...
  • Celebrate Life - NOT Politics!! 7 hours ago Happy May Day to you and yours! Happy celebration of life… not the idea of a political May Day. Those who know me know I abhor communism, socialism, labour and everything ever associated with the leftist ideology. No, I’m not … Continue reading →
  • Things to notice in Yialos 7 hours ago Things to notice in Yialos Kalo mina! While out and about in Yialos on Saturday, I thought I would get a few random shots to put into my file and share with you. It’s amazing what you can see when out and about on Symi if you look up from your phone and actually view […] The post Things to...
  • Associations 7 hours ago The State of Morelos and the Federal Government just succeeded in in putting a wildfire out that had been burning out of control. During dry season, folks burn vegetation just to clear it out, but sometimes it gets out of control. The wildfire was burning in steep and rocky areas (volcanic rock)...
  • Sunday Photo - Cambridge Blues 7 hours ago Cambridge blues (or should that be purples?) at Christ’s College.  Not the most technically perfect picture – there was a “do” on and I couldn’t get any closer – but you get the picture… The post Sunday Photo – Cambridge Blues appeared first on A Bavarian Sojourn.
  • Successful Brits in Toronto: Andy Wright 7 hours ago We have to give a big shout out to Claire D. for introducing us to the latest Successful Brit in Toronto, Andy Wright. She connected us, didn’t ask for any commission and thus, here he is. What made you decide to choose Toronto as a city of choice? Did you plan a permanent move, or […]
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