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  • . -223952435 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!? -10579535 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...
  • The 26th. 50 minutes ago I've told this story many times before, but a new wrinkle has been added.The day we met Lily and brought her home her foster mom was with us. When we met her I asked her when Lily's birthday was. She told me it was the day they found her at the train station, May 4th. My jaw dropped. I was so...
  • Gratitude 51 minutes ago “We begin so aware and grateful. The sun somehow hangs there in the sky. The little bird sings. The miracle of life just happens. Then we stub our toe, and in that moment of pain, the whole world is reduced … Continue reading →
  • the writer's block: feeling grateful 51 minutes ago I have a lot to be thankful for this year. a loving husband, wonderful friends, and a growing family [in a few weeks, I have a nephew arriving!] we have a plan for the next few years and know where we are going after this school year is up. I've been able to travel and write, and though I pulled...
  • Tips for Picture Perfect Visits With Santa 57 minutes ago Are you planning on taking the kids to see Santa this year? – You NEED to read my “Tips for Picture Perfect Visits with Santa!” I am SO relaxed and calm as I write this article for one simple reason: We just took the kids to see Santa and it went pretty smoothly. By “smoothly” I...
  • Bye Bye November - Hello Baby 57 minutes ago November has undoubtedly been the most eventful month of the year so far, as it saw our long awaited baby and brother join the family! I am happy to report that both baby and mummy are doing well, and the whole family is of course overjoyed. Thank you so much to everyone who has already sent us...
  • Paris Department Store Christmas Displays 58 minutes ago I have a confession to make. Every year I hold out, hard as it may be, to refrain from listening to Christmas music non-stop until after Thanksgiving. I don’t like to rush through Thanksgiving, and I try my best to savor each holiday as they come. (I once snapped at Michael and proclaimed he...
  • Big Mountain Music Festival 1 hour ago Music peeps, get ready to rock! It’s again this time of the year. The time we all travel up (or down) to Khao Yai in order to rock on for two days straight. Big Mountain Music Festival is set to happen and sees, once more, a pretty cool line-up. Especially given the fact that we […] The post...
  • thank goodness, thanksgiving & astral weeks 1 hour ago In the Fall of 2012,  I enrolled in a college photography class, something I had been meaning to do for the …Continue reading →
  • Hitchhikers 1 hour ago For years I thought hitchhikers were complimenting my driving.
  • Roti Sai Mai more and more 1 hour ago There really has not been enough written about how absolutely addictive this stuff is.I have to admit to loving it most when they cook the 'wraps' whilst you wait.The best description of this that I found was called - "Thai Cotton Candy in a Pancake Desert".There are more descriptions throughout...
  • Pit stop... 1 hour ago On our way north from Epsom friends Jane and Peter (again) invited us to break the journey with them up in the Yorkshire Dales...a lovely evening and a welcome break. They live in a stunning part of the country which made the drive over to join the M6 north a very pleasant (if a bit windy) trip.My...
  • Amazing Chinese Angles 1 hour ago China has some amazing modern architecture in over-the-top hotels such as this one near Shanghai.  Traditional flowers blend with modern angles and chandeliers.  If you come to China, take some time to explore such places on a rainy afternoon.  If … Continue reading →
  • Black Friday: Amazon gives away $130-worth of Amazon apps for free... 1 hour ago If you are an Android user or if you call a BlackBerry 10 device your own which can install Apps using the Amazon Store you might be interested to know that Amazon is giving away 130$ worth of apps for free on its Black Friday sale. Some of the highlights of this collection include Angry […]
  • The Juice Brewery 1 hour ago Like most metropols Shanghai is a great place if you like fresh-juiced juices! Just keep your eyes open and locate the nearest fresh juice shops by your work or home.I'm quite often in the lovely Xintiandi area as it's between my home and work (and because I love it) and here is one of my favorite...
  • Thanksgiving Abroad 1 hour ago Happy Thanksgiving! (to all of you who celebrate!) This isn’t my first Thanksgiving abroad (I spent a memorable one in Cambodia four years ago) but it’s always one that I surprisingly miss the most when I’m out of the country. It’s even harder than it was four years ago, because now I’m...
  • Happy Thanksgiving 2 hours ago Happy Thanksgiving BeLoveRs! I am happy that we have each other. I hope you enjoyed your family and friends, ate good food, and found some time to relax and play. I am thankful for the time spent just being together today with my loved ones. We went on a hike together before the big family […]
  • Weekend in Melbourne part 2: shopping 2 hours ago As I mentioned in my last post, I have just started a new job.  I’ve never had an ‘office job’ ... Continue reading
  • Friday Fashion Fix Vol.9: The Dressentials 2 hours ago Clockwise from top left: Deep V Peplum Pencil Bodycon Dress - River Island | Everleigh Heart-Embroidered Dress - Alice & Olivia | Sequinned Playsuit - H&M | Cape Sleeved Straight Dress - Zara | Reanna Feather Dress - Coast | Vila Embellished Sequin Bodycon Dress - ASOS. Next Monday...
  • Thanksgiving, a time to be thankful! 2 hours ago So as you all know I am Australian. As an Australian we celebrate Australia Day, Anzac Day, AFL Grand Final, Melbourne Cup, Easter, Christmas to name a few. So Thanksgiving is an new celebration for my family. Today is our fifth Thanksgiving in the USA. I can now say it is one of my favorite […]
  • Autumn in China 2 hours ago Ginkoa Biloba leaves blanketed the courtyard outside the high school classes where I teach English near Shanghai, China.  This colorful display cheered my students and me.  Later we went to Starbucks to celebrate a strange kind of Thanksgiving with a … Continue reading →
  • Thankful. 2 hours ago I may be all the way around the world from my home country on Thanksgiving, but I am still thankful every day for all the little things in life…like the opportunity to be a parent helper for the twins’ entire class trip to the Melbourne zoo and to have a job where I can arrange […]
  • Bangkok Fertility Shrine-Chao Mae Tuptim 2 hours ago Chao Mae Tuptim is a Bangkok fertility shrine. It is rather a bizarre place as the grounds surrounding the shrine are bedecked with all manner of phallic symbols. However judging by the amount of local visitors who go to the shrine it might suggest that some childless couples in Bangkok seek an...
  • Flashback Friday's: I Swear - All 4 One 2 hours ago Released back in December1993 this song was everywhere. I can hardly believe that this track is almost 21 years old. Where has the time gone?
  • Daily Photos: Elephants and Horses 3 hours ago Vientiane, November 2014.
  • Friday Favourites... 3 hours ago Today I am guest posting over on My Brown Paper Packages sharing my five favourite things. Sounds like an easy question doesn't it but it really got me thinking about what I really love (aside from my wonderful boyfriend, family and friends of course)!Head over and have a look by clicking...
  • The Seven Lucky Gods of Japan - a kind of Thanks Giving 3 hours ago A great souvenir of Japan are the Seven Lucky Gods as small bronze statues. Collecting them over time is something of a badge of honour to many gaijin living here. It shows a kind of affinity with the country and the culture. It also makes it simple to decide on a birthday present. However,...
  • Best 2 Thanksgiving Helpers 4 hours ago All the photos on this post were taken on my iPod Touch with VSCO Cam. When you marry someone from another country with different holidays and celebrations, it means to me that you marry into your partner’s holidays, celebrations and family traditions as well. I’m more of an old fashion person....
  • Things that made me cry after I had children 4 hours ago I never used to cry. I tried sometimes, but it felt very fake. So I'd just stop and move on. It's not that I was never sad, but I just never teared up.Then, pregnancy. Hormones. How times have changed!This is when I realised something had changed: This made me cry today (twice):This made me cry...
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