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  • . -228842677 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist's - 2014 "Wrestling Mongolia" movie review.2014 Naadam Festival - Countryside EventsDates of local Naadam events in each aimag (province).Read more...Altargana - Buryat people festival July 18 – 21, 2014 Dadal...
  • We ♥ Kansai : What's It All About!? -15469777 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...
  • how to be an awkward but not rude travel photographer -32977 seconds ago I live in a truly spectacular place.So I like to get out and experience it and explore it.I am also really into photography and have a crush on my Canon.So I want to capture these experiences and explorations in photographs too.But sometimes it's hard to tell where the line is between what is just...
  • Recipe | Mustard Caper Cod 21 minutes ago For living about three blocks away from the bay, it’s surprisingly difficult to find a fish market around these parts for the nights where we’re looking for some gourmet-style seafood at home. For the other nights where we’re just needing… Continue Reading → The post Recipe | Mustard...
  • The London Dungeon - The home of Halloween 45 minutes ago My daughter has switched to Halloween mode. She’s almost 9. Almost a teenager. She is finished with cute ghosts. She wants scary ones. When she saw the invite to the London Dungeon, she was jumping around in the most ecstatic way. She told all her friends at school. All had heard about, none had...
  • ReMoved 46 minutes ago I have two friends named Nathanael and Christina. They are married, with two cute kids, and are extremely talented. Also, they are just really great people.They made a short film called ReMoved about a girl’s experience in the foster care system. Nathanael directed it, Christina wrote the...
  • This Weekend At Kino Nowe Horyzonty 1 hour ago At Wrocław Uncut we are committed to bringing you the city's best English language film column with all the info on the weekend's finest new releases. That's why every week we bring you news of what's on at Poland's best alternatively minded...
  • Biei 1 hour ago Biei (美瑛) is known all over Japan as one of the best places to go for lavender...
  • 10 Awesome Free Things To Do in NYC. 1 hour ago Originally posted on The Shooting Star:It’s easy to spend big money in the big apple. But if you’re like me, you probably want to indulge in some unusual cuisines and be on your way to Central America; I leave in 24 hours for Guatemala! In my three weeks in NYC, I’ve had my fair…
  • Creepy Crawlies of the Night 1 hour ago
  • ANW: Hong Kong Protests - What You Need to Know and More 1 hour ago The democratic future of Hong Kong has reached an important crossroads. In this episode of Asia News Weekly, host Steve Miller dives into the details of what led up to... The post ANW: Hong Kong Protests – What You Need to Know and More appeared first on QiRanger.com.
  • Charco Verde, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua 1 hour ago We are back in Panama but I had one more set of photos I wanted to share. This is another well known area of Ometepe Island, and with good reason. It was absolutely beautiful, and there are also howler monkeys … Continue reading →
  • Baby Care Series: Surviving Nights With A Newborn 1 hour ago It’s been 3 months post-partum and while my son started pulling longer stretches, I don’t see sleeping through the night (further referred to as STTN) in the near future. Not that I am expecting him to: I am one of those moms who made peace with the baby not to STTN for as long as I breastfeed....
  • The Three Ladies 2 hours ago After school today, I was asked by the oldest of the co-teachers, Tina, to come back to her flat for coffee (tea, since I don’t drink coffee). I wasn’t really in the mood for chit-chat, but I figured I needed to start bonding with these ladies. So off we went. Tina lives very close to […]
  • China Factory in Konkuk 2 hours ago The first time I’ve been to China Factory was when Shaun and I were in our first month of dating and we ate here because other restaurants in the neighbourhood was all fully booked. We didn’t quite understand the concept…
  • Belgium trip - Brussels 2 hours ago For a capital city of 1.1 million people (certainly small by Chinese standards, where even "third-tier" cities often have populations of several million), Brussels punches above its weight: not only is it the capital of the Kingdom of Belgium and the seat of the Flemish Community, the bilingual...
  • New look, same awesome 2 hours ago An interesting trend has been occurring on this little blog of mine. I’ve found recently that more and more people are finding as a resource, rather than a blog. While there are still many faithful readers who can’t help themselves coming back because they’re so fascinated by my life (or...
  • Earthquakes in Groningen 2 hours ago It isn't everyday one feels an earthquake. Especially when one is located in inland, mainland Europe. But things in Groningen aren't always as they appear. For instance, we have the largest gas fields in Europe and provide the entire Netherlands with gas for their homes, as well as our neighbouring...
  • Succulent Barbecue Ribs in the Oven 2 hours ago Words can barely express how much we love these ribs. No seriously. We make them about once every two weeks. Ok, I won’t lie. Sometimes every week. They are deliriously good. And I mean really delirious because that is how you will feel when you finally get to sit down and feast on them after...
  • chi chi 2 hours ago Nothing quite feels as ladylike as pulling on a well-fitted dress. And while I rarely wear lace, when I do, I prefer to stray from the typical black or white and go for a less worn shade such as this lovely navy. And so, to celebrate the launch of Chi Chi’s brand new TV advert, […]
  • 5 Dutch Parenting Habits That Should Catch On In the US 2 hours ago When I stumbled upon an article on NPR titled “Global Parenting Habits That Haven’t Caught On In the U.S.“, I got excited. I had not-so-secretly hoped that Dutch parents would be mentioned. I nodded (perhaps too enthusiastically) as my eyes … Continued   Read more... This article is...
  • Wine Tourism in Provence 2 hours ago Recently I received a very lovely email from a fellow Nice resident called Kévin Bonnet, who wrote to say how happy he was to see his beloved wines of Provence being enjoyed and discussed. Kévin also let slip two key facts. One, that he wants to start his own Provence wine blog (especially...
  • Residency trumps lease 2 hours ago I recieved a comment about 'signing a year lease', and while yes it is true we committed to a year lease, it was under the stipulation that our container would arrive and we would be granted residency. When you plan on being granted residency you act that way, then when someone tells you that what...
  • My Beloved Beilstein (Moselle Valley) 3 hours ago To anyone considering going to Germany anytime soon, you need to see this.If there ever was a storybook town in Germany, Beilstein is it. Not far from Cochem, in the Moselle Valley, lies this cute-as-a-button village. The size of a nickel, word on the street is that there isn't even an ATM to be...
  • Swiss Wine And Cheese Pairings 3 hours ago I moved to Switzerland four years ago from the US, where I worked as a corporate attorney. After a bit of time here I realized that my passion for wine, food, travelling, and discovering European regions and the culture was stronger than my desire to work as a lawyer, so I left my job and...
  • Chickens & October Quilting in Cuenca, Ecuador 3 hours ago I have always loved the month of October. In the United States, deciduous trees change color and firey gold leaves come tumbling down on rifs of crisp air. The poplars and alders in the gorge turn into torches scattered along the cliffs. High in the Andes Mountains, where I live in Cuenca, Ecuador,...
  • Wiesbaden: Lights, Wine, Christmas 3 hours ago During Advent season, Wiesbaden welcomes visitors to its Sternschnuppenmarkt (“Twinkling Star Market”) on the main square, the Schlossplatz.  After over a decade of holding its Christmas Market, the city plays host to more than 130 market stalls.  We were fortunate enough to visit on a...
  • Ashghal opens new bridge to ease Mesaimeer congestion 3 hours ago runs in one direction, from Al Thumama Roundabout toward Abu Hamour, allowing commuters to skip the "full capacity" Mesaimeer junction altogether. (The post Ashghal opens new bridge to ease Mesaimeer congestion is from Doha News.)
  • Evening portrait of a Thai Eurasian with Canon 6D and 50mm f1.4 3 hours ago I explained before why I went from the Canon 7D to the Canon 6D, it is here. And it is basically because I like taking portraits, I like taking them without a flash, and I like to take them indoors … Continue reading →
  • Rising from the Ashes 3 hours ago When I was a kid, around Miss Gremlin’s age, our house burned down. To the ground, nothing left except the laundry drying on the hills hoist outside. As a kid it was a horrible time, we lost all our stuff. Sifting through the rubble is something I still can recall to this day, finding a treasure...
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