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  • . -204772849 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist's - 2015 Naadam 2015 eventsFor updates follow the 2015 detailed program page,Amarbayasgalant monastery 2015 events2015, June 18-19-20, Gongor ritual2015, September 10-11-12, Tsam dance ritualSee the trek page to...
  • 10 reasons why I LOVE Wimbledon -155213 seconds ago The strawberries and cream are back along with the creme de la creme of the world's Tennis pros for Wimbledon 2015. It wasn't until I moved to the other side of the world that I realised how much I loved Wimbledon, and just how much it resembled the quintessentially British summer that was...
  • American Independence Day -48007 seconds ago The Fourth of July was spent in Canon City. We started the day by attending a water flight parade in which all parties leave drenched. Not too shabby for a hot day! Then we went home and cooked a ton of food. (It's so easy to be a vegetarian in America. We had veggie burgers AND...
  • Bagno Ideal 21 minutes ago The post Bagno Ideal appeared first on Napoli Unplugged.
  • I want you to guest post 28 minutes ago Hi guys! Up until now, I’ve written all content on my site (except for Tom who writes Ask Tom Tuesdays) but I’d like YOU to guest post this September when I’ll be on vacation. I understand we’re all busy, so I’m writing this post early to give you plenty of time to submit your idea....
  • Bagno Elena 34 minutes ago The post Bagno Elena appeared first on Napoli Unplugged.
  • Is there anybody there ... 45 minutes ago Hello Silent surfers, its been a while ...You may have wondered what is going on. Well since we left Greece it certainly has become interesting on the Greek front. Looks like it will be quite an interesting week back 'on the rock' and in Greece in general, as the EU meet to discuss Greece's...
  • Sex Life 1 hour ago I knew our sex life was over when she took my hand, looked at me with tear filled eyes and said ‘I do’.
  • Wordless Wednesday: For Sale! 1 hour ago Crickets… …and bunnies on the streets of Shanghai. Filed under: Shanghai Tagged: Bunnies, Crickets, shanghai
  • Losing and Finding Joy 1 hour ago Quick link: Where Did the Joy Go? Today I’m at Brain Child writing about learning from my daughter how to find exuberant joy in the little, everyday things. My nine-year old came into the dining room this morning singing a nonsense song. She poured herself a bowl of generic corn flakes and then...
  • Thoughts on Danes using English swear words 1 hour ago Recently my friend Tina wrote about how children here in Denmark swear in English (both the F and the S word) a lot and that it is commonplace as it has less meaning as it is a foreign word but … Continue reading →
  • Park it in Paris: Jardin d'Acclimatation 1 hour ago In the "Park it in Paris" series, I write about the city's parks - some of the best spots to relax, people-watch, and mingle with the locals. When I think about going to the parks of Paris, the first thing that comes to mind is my red picnic blanket - spread out over a green lawn with a...
  • Walk like a....drunk Thai policeman 1 hour ago The video of a drunk thai police officer (he even says he is ‘mao nid noi’ – a little drunk) makes its rounds through Thai social media at the moment. His wife now claims he has just taken to alcohol because their daughter is sick and that he has back problems and hence has to […] The post...
  • Liberty and Love 1 hour ago   We visited Philadelphia today and showed the kids the liberty bell.  It’s not exactly thrilling for kids, but I felt the significance of it as a big kid. I’m especially glad we went to see it near Independence Day as it represents our freedom, our pursuit of happiness and our rights to...
  • Bill Bonner Wednesdays: Our New Friend, al-Qaeda 2 hours ago Our New Friend, al-Qaeda By BILL BONNER, CHAIRMAN, BONNER & PARTNERS  Nothing much to report in the financial news… Gold rose 2% yesterday – or about $20 an ounce – […]
  • Sporty Summer, Part One: Running 2 hours ago What sports can you do during summer? And maybe more importantly, what sports will be possible to do outside, so you can enjoy nature at the same time? During the next few weeks, I will be writing a series of posts on nice summery sports. I hope they will inspire you! Is running too obvious a sport...
  • Country Cooking 3 hours ago Best Meal in TownPyeongtaek RestaurantsThat we loveWhere to Go: JJ's American Restaurant Angeong-ri Since moving to Korea The Harri-bou-bou, a born and raised Southerner, has been withering away without his BBQ sandwiches, while I have been crying myself to sleep over the lack of plantains in my...
  • Microsoft's Bing Maps revamp is live in preview form, brings tons of new features! 3 hours ago Yesterday Microsoft has just launched a new version of its Bing Maps services on the web. The revamp, which is currently in a public preview, adds a number of new features and improvements, including some new search results cards. Here’s what users can expect from the Bing Maps preview: View...
  • CoCo's wacky summer costume promo 3 hours ago Customers at Taiwan’s popular bubble tea and juice chain CoCo may have noticed the staff wearing some interesting costumes over recent days. The company appears to be holding a wacky costume party at most of its stores, with the employees adopting a unique theme at each branch. CoCo’s Facebook...
  • Recipe :: Grilled Rump Steak 4 hours ago This Grilled Rump Steak served over a bed of greens tossed in lemon-soy dressing can’t get any easier and quicker to put together. It’s super satisfying for a solo dinner, or to serve guests at a dinner party. The steak is great on the barbecue grill too. Definitely my go-to … Continue...
  • Daily Photo: Historic Galle 4 hours ago Galle, Sri Lanka, May 2015.
  • Another Colombian Food Festival - this time with trucks 4 hours ago Yes, it seems like there are millions of them in Colombia. They are even more popular than Mondays off (those long weekends that Colombians love). But Colombians love a festival even more, or really any reason to party.
  • Denali National Park Alaska 4 hours ago Dear Family and Friends,We spent a couple of days at Denali National Park in Alaska.  The weather was a low overcast...but again I understand this is common. We went on a bus tour of the park.  Even with the low clouds I was able to get a few good pictures.As the day went on the weather got a...
  • In between 5 hours ago Culture shock I still get but I've more or less settled into the daily routine of local life. Here are some things I still can't get down and other things that have become second nature.
  • Rob Cunninghan 5 hours ago A globetrotter with a passion for food. 对食物充满热情的世界公民.
  • Newborn Photo Shoot! 5 hours ago Jorge and I are now the proud parents to a handsome baby boy! Baby “A” caught us all by surprise and arrived 3 weeks early, and so far he has been a very, very easy and laid-back baby. He is over a month old now, but I have been way too [...]
  • Dad's 80th Birthday Party 7 hours ago Yesterday was my dad's 80th birthday and of course I missed it. Thankfully I got to see lots of pictures on Facebook & Instagram and I rang him for a chat. My step-mum, sister & family and my cousin Kay and her mum and dad and daughter were all there. But you know what? I'll see them in four and a...
  • A glance at the corruption/smuggling "ports issue" - Odessa 7 hours ago When Governor Saakashvili was appointed, within an hour some initial thoughts were published regarding certain priorities relating to Odessa were outlined. Amongst them, “He (and whatever team he appoints around him) will have several difficult battles ahead – the most obvious being with the...
  • Afternoon Tea at The Peninsula Paris 7 hours ago Afternoon Tea at The Peninsula Paris is a sweet experience and not to be missed when in the City of Lights. I was invited to try their Afternoon Tea together with Parisbreakfast a few weeks ago and I must admit, when seeing my photos I am very tempted to go back. Who wouldn’t? The Peninsula...
  • Border Collies Can Fly... 7 hours ago Thought you might like to see me as Super Dog! A few pictures of me and me bubbles (again) a few weeks ago. God I love bubbles, almost as much as big sticks…     Link to my last bubbles post! R My home page
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