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  • . -127798911 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist 2017NAADAM 2017 Events in Ulaanbaatar and countryside.Amarbayasgalant monastery rituals during 2017June 29-30 and July 1   2017August 10-11-12   2017 (Gongoriin Bombani Hural)September 18-19 2017 might include Tsam...
  • Christmas season in Shanghai 46 minutes ago After coming back from Singapore I was a little sad about our lack of anything Christmas. We do live in Shanghai so that was easy to fix
  • Abu Dhabi : Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque 46 minutes ago Abu Dhabi is the capital city of United Arab Emirates (UAE) and it offers many great attractions to visit! In my first Abu Dhabi 10 blog post, I have shared Sheik Zayed Grand Mosque as one of the free places/site to visit here in Abu Dhabi and this year, we have visited it once again. The last time...
  • Suvarnabhumi airport roof - how? 1 hour ago     The woman, who was described as ‘foreign’ and aged between 20-30 refused to speak to rescue workers or give any explanation for the reasons behind her dangerous stunt.While the woman was hanging from the cables rescue workers managed to install a large inflatable bed that would catch her...
  • What's On in Zurich End of December 2017 Onwards 2 hours ago What’s On in Zurich End of December Onwards   The Musical Advent Calendar at the Opera House every day at 5.30pm until 23rd December there is a free short performance taking place in the foyer of the Opera House in Zurich. For more information see the details here. The Swarovski Tree at the...
  • Breaking in new staff 3 hours ago Been really busy the last few days and thus the sparse posting.  Spent the last few days breaking in new staff for the resort.  A couple of workers are leaving in January for new jobs in the big mango and thus it was time to hire some new people and train them.  Getting a good maid is not...
  • Cayman Brac 3 hours ago Well, I finally made it to Cayman Brac (aka : The Brac). It only took me 10 years.  Quite pathetic I know considering its only about 25 minutes away by plane. The main attraction in Cayman Brac, which is one of the two “sister islands” is The Bluff.  The Bluff is essentially about 1/2 of […]
  • Happy Friday... Why Not? 4 hours ago So, I’m going to wind you up a little today! It’s Friday and I haven’t mentioned the book for weeks. That means… you’ve all forgotten about the thing! Soon, very soon… the big fella with the white hair and beard … Continue reading →
  • Symi In The Pink 5 hours ago Symi In The Pink Not sure what that title means, but we did have a very pink sunrise yesterday – here are the photos to prove it. Window shots again but I was hurrying to get my work done before heading out to practice some carols. Which is why this post is mainly just a […] The post Symi In...
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  • Handymen 5 hours ago In between Sweden and Portugal it is impossible not to reflect on handymen. As in people who come to your house to fix things, a broken fence, a dish washer, cleaning of pipes, you know. I am intrigued by the fact that these seem to be entirely different species between different countries. In...
  • Prisoner exchanges may yet save the face of a flawed investigation - Odessa 5 hours ago The 2nd May 2014 tragedy in Odessa was witnessed by the blog from beginning to end. The crime scenes were compromised from the start. The police investigation and leading prosecutors went from Odessa to Kyiv and back again over the years since. No doubt the integrity of the evidence chain will have...
  • I have been granted permanent residency in the Czech Republic 6 hours ago Certificate of Permanent Residence © Ricky Yates As I wrote in my earlier blog post entitled, ‘Czech bureaucracy – yet again‘, on Monday 30th October 2017, I submitted my application for permanent residency in the Czech Republic at the offices of the Czech Ministry of the Interior (MOI) in...
  • 3 "must do's" when moving to The Netherlands 6 hours ago Moving to the Netherlands? That’s fantastic news, most people love it. When I heard about our move here and started asking around, all I got was positive feedback. Almost 4 months in and I can only agree, it is a great place to live in. But before you do anything else, here are 3 “must...
  • Visit at Skullaryd Älgpark [Moose and Deers Safari] in Sweden 6 hours ago Visit Moose and Deers in their natural environment in SwedenSkullaryd ÄlgparkDeer [Hjort] Moose [Älg]
  • For First Time Homeowners 6 hours ago I took the photos above when my Mom took me on a homes tour a few years ago and I wrote all about what an awesome real estate agent she is. What I didn’t know at the time was that she would later become our agent! My Mom has been our sounding board and source […] The post For First Time...
  • 30 DAYS, 30 DISHES - DAY 28: şehriyeli pilav (Turkish rice) 6 hours ago Turkish rice, the kind with the little brown bits in, is my favourite. It’s buttery, soft fluffy and a staple part of Turkish cuisine – a great side dish to any meal. It’s even a meal on its own with chick peas or beans. The little brown bits are şehriye ( you might know it as […]
  • New Listing! #514001 - Oceanfront 2 Bedroom Condo! 7 hours ago New Listing!!MRP # 514001Oceanfront 2 Bedroom CondoGET THE HECK OUT OF THE SNOW!!View full listing here.To Subscribers who received this post via email: Some embedded items -- like videos -- cannot be seen. You will need to click the title of the blog to be taken directly to the post to view the...
  • Nadodi, Vegetarian Menu, Engaging Nomadic Cuisine 7 hours ago Nadodi, Vegetarian Menu, 15-Mile Words: Patricia Podorsek     Photos: Monica Tindall I like to think I know something about Indian food. Sure, any foodie with a penchant for curry can claim to know something about the subtlety of her favorite chicken tik… The post Nadodi, Vegetarian Menu,...
  • Cucina Mia Ristorante, JBR 7 hours ago I went few days ago to have lunch to Cucina Mia Ristorante. Cucina Mia (which mean my kitchen in Italian) serves authentic Italian Cusine. Cucina Mia is located located on the ground floor of Trident Grand Residence in JBR opposite Le Royal Meridien.  It has a very nice outdoor seating and you can...
  • Queuing in Colombia 7 hours ago It’s funny, the other day a Colombian man posted a question in the ExPats in Colombia Facebook group. He asked why it was that Brits in Colombia always asked people – who were clearly standing in a queue – if they were queuing. He said it had happened to him a number of times and he found it...
  • Lovely 7 hours ago Just a bunch of assorted trivia that has tickled my fancy in the last couple of days.There are a lot of stars in Culebròn. That's probably an incorrect assertion. I suppose there are exactly the same number of stars as there are anywhere but lots of them are easy to see from Culebrón because we...
  • The Entertainer App | 2018 8 hours ago “This is your gateway to awesome savings.” The Entertainer
  • The 7 Courses Dinner at the Evening before Christmas Eve 8 hours ago In our region, the Oltrepò Pavese, exists a tradition from medieval times, called la cena delle sette cene, lâ sénâ di sèt sén in dialect, the meal of seven courses. It consists of a dinner with seven fixed dishes, served on the evening of december 23rd. This is the so-called antivigilia di...
  • A Wonderful Winter Sky 10 hours ago When I looked out of the window this morning I thought, wow, this is the epitome of a winter’s sky.  With what appeared as a wall of grey-blue clouds, along with whisps of light, streaky clouds, added to that the sun’s muted rays bursting upward, I’d say this is a pretty good ‘picture’...
  • My 2017 Instagram Best Nine... and What I Wish They Had Been 10 hours ago The year isn’t quite over yet and while I could still post another like-racking picture to my instagram account, like many people on your feed, I decided to check out what my top 9 posts of 2017 were. And I have to say, I’m a little bit surprised. I mean… they’re SO DC! Seriously… only...
  • Reviews on Amazon for 'A Breathtaking Window on the Universe' 10 hours ago “A Breathtaking Window on the Universe: A guide to the observatory at the Roque de los Muchachos SECOND EDITION” By Sheila M. Crosby (Non-Fiction Paperback) 164 pages Welcome to the Roque de Los Muchachos, where 17 telescopes from 19 nations use the best night sky in Europe to explore the...
  • Christmas Gifts for the Animal Lover in Your Life 11 hours ago Searching for the perfect gift for the animal lover in your life? Be sure to check out this gift-giving guide with prices starting under $10. You can read the original article here: Christmas Gifts for the Animal Lover in Your Life. Monkeys and Mountains | Adventure Travel - Outdoor Adventures |...
  • the pen rests 11 hours ago Some lessons simply require re-learning.I have received several email asking why I have not been posting essays on my travels with Robin. I thought I would be able to tell you about the places we have been visiting this week. And I should have. We have had some interesting trips.But writing would...
  • Scooters and mopeds will be going to the Regular Road 12 hours ago  Tired of near-death-experiences when bicycling on the bicycle-path because of those crazy scooter drivers? Well, good news for you – they’re about to send scooters and mopeds to the regular road. A majority of parliament is in favor of a measure that makes it possible for the municipality of...
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