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  • . -210906461 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourist's - 2015 A few extremely remote border crossings have recently become international,open for all passport holders.  Mondy Khankh, north Mongolia / Russia, near lake Khovsgol  Khandgait Borshoo, north Mongolia /...
  • Sketching Singapore: combining travel & art -258658 seconds ago “So why would I draw something rather than take a photograph?” one student asked. I began to feel she was in the wrong class. This was a sketching class after all. The teacher paused. This wasn’t a throw away question. This was going to turn into a psychological debate. “A photograph is...
  • biking bohemia 19 minutes ago after getting my bike back in ship-shape just in time for the nice weather, i decided to take a first pedal of the year last weekend. the weather was supposed to be around 23°C and mostly sunny, and with alex busy, it was time for me to finally take the pedal to hluboká nad vltavou, the next town...
  • black iron prison, velvet cage. 22 minutes ago Originally posted on no peanuts in church:How does one destroy a Republic? You destroy the very notion of res publica. You convince the people that there is… no People. No civic space. No public forum. Every square inch of the planet, owned by someone. Every idea, every invention, every thought,...
  • Six favorites from Finderskeepers 38 minutes ago This past weekend, I attended the big FindersKeepers designers fair, hosted in the old Carlsberg city in Vesterbro. I’ve been to one of their pop-up stores last year, but this was no comparison – there were around 300 designers, entrepreneurs, and artists present last weekend to showcase their...
  • GAINS - Girls Achieving In Non-Traditional Subjects - Silicon Valley 40 minutes ago Tonight was the end of the year celebration of the GAINS Program. Juliana was one of many students who was asked to share her thoughts on the importance of the program and I was happy to see her standing on stage, sharing her ideas. She is so lucky to have this program available to her and to...
  • Scenes from Taiwan - [Photographing 2015] The Fourteenth Week 43 minutes ago [Photographing 2015] The Fourteenth Week This week’s photos are the combination of everything. There is a bit of this and a bit of that, but when all of them are put together, they comprise the perfect example of some of the things … Continue reading →
  • Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque 44 minutes ago It’s been a hop and a skip since I last wrote on here but it doesn't mean that I haven’t thought about this space frequently… well, almost daily to be honest. A lot has happened since then and I would like to share today about one of our travels.Have you ever been to Abu...
  • Can't Sleep 56 minutes ago “You can’t sleep either?” Says a voice from under your bed.
  • paddles up 1 hour ago This Sunday was my first dragonboat race with my second team. My first team is a merely social team that only participates in the big Stanley event but I love them too much to leave the team. I joined the second team because I wanted to be more serious about my paddling skills and boy did I have to...
  • My Latest Job Review. From a 9-Year old 1 hour ago Quick link: My 9-Year Old Gave Me a Parenting Performance Review “How’m I doing?” I asked Lucy. “You know, as a mom?” She thought for a while, then, “Fine.” But I pursued it. I decided to figure out what she thought about how I was doing my job. I wrote up a list of questions that...
  • I don't want to breastfeed 1 hour ago It's taken me a long time to write this post. I started it a few weeks before Baby Tide was born, but it never got finished. It's kind of a hard topic to talk about these days with everyone holding such strong opinions about what mothers should do; what choices parents make for their children.Let...
  • Share Your World: Week17 1 hour ago My answers to Cee’s Share Your World Challenge this week. What is your most favorite smell/scent? I love the smell ... Continue reading
  • Enjoying The Galley's food 1 hour ago   l knew when I got up on Sunday that it was going to be a really busy day.  I had already planned to make muffins for my son to Continue Reading → The post Enjoying The Galley’s food appeared first on Wandering Sheila.
  • Welcome to Sapa: Notes From the Hub of the Curiously Dystopian Hill Tribe Folk Villages 1 hour ago   Last week, we took an overnight train to Sapa, the hill tribe tourist hub in the northern reaches of Vietnam. It’s way up there near China, so far up...
  • Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books Which Feature Characters Who (Travel) 1 hour ago Top Ten Books Which Feature Characters Who (Travel) This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is about finding ten books whose protagonists have something in common. Of course, because my entire reading life revolves around travel literature at this point, my mind … Continue reading →
  • We'd all be speaking German... 1 hour ago In 2003 the US government assembled an international army to invade and occupy Iraq, in order to destabilize the region and thus allow Israel to feel more secure. France refused to join. The Imperial rulers were so offended that for the next three years the menus of the US Congress’s cafeterias...
  • My Top 10 Travel Experiences 1 hour ago People often ask me to name my favorite country, or my favorite vacation. But I can’t. I tell them that asking me to do this is like having me choose between ice cream and chocolate. I like both. I’m going to eat both. So instead of telling you about my top travel experience, I’m going to...
  • Prik - a unique and nostalgic toy shop 1 hour ago The first time I walked into Prik, a unique toy shop on Gammel Kongevej, I felt as if I had been transported back in time and a wave of nostalgia washed over me. As a child my grandmother would take me to … Continue reading →
  • California here we come! 2 hours ago California here we come! I CAN’T BELIVE IT I mean, it’s us that are planning it. It’s us that… But it’s not until this very second, writing it, that it’s sink in! California Baby!   Actually it’s …Even better than that! Yes, first we’re going to visit… Do a little research....
  • The Liebster Award 2 hours ago Today is something a little different.  Jamie at All That Srocks nominated me for a Liebster Award!  I’m so excited and flattered.  Thank you Jamie, this is such a wonderful compliment! What is the Liebster Award? As a newbie I really didn’t have much of a clue.  The Liebster Award is not...
  • Urban lights 2 hours ago Budapest via 500px http://500px.com/photo/78144135 Share on Facebook
  • Happy Birthday Pa! 2 hours ago I’m pretty sure you’re having a blast today. Cheers to more happy and healthy years with mama.  Brian sends his best too! Take care always and we love you.
  • Expat Life and The Lost Art of Comparison 2 hours ago I have been living in the Netherlands so long now that I can no longer accurately compare life here with life in Britain. I have been walloped with that realisation a few times over the last few months.Most vividly recently was during an interview for the LiHSK (the Dutch national organisation for...
  • 41 Weeks 2 hours ago Your milestones this week are you have started getting quite good at going from sitting to your tummy. You also scoot around the room backwards on your tummy, using mostly your arms but your knees a bit too.The other thing though is that you have started rolling over to your tummy in bed. You only...
  • Bicycles banned from major roads in Dubai | Expat Echo Dubai 2 hours ago Cyclists have been banned from riding on major roads under tough new laws to be introduced soon in Dubai. Those riding on roads with speed limits of more than 60kph face fines of up to Dh600 under the laws, which were announced on Sunday. That fine can be doubled for a second offence in a [...]
  • Restaurant Insider: The Rockin' Diner  2 hours ago At one end of Club Street lies The Rockin’ Diner. This quirky restaurant is extremely welcoming, with fun décor and a casual atmosphere suitable for lunch, dinner or for some post Club Street drinks food.The owner Kelly started by serving up hotdogs in the basement of Tangs on Orchard Road. He...
  • Zaanse Schans - Zaandam, Netherlands 2 hours ago Zaanse Schans, Netherlands is a neat windmill village just outside of Amsterdam, that has some neat things to check out and spend a few hours. It’s about a 3 hour 50 minute drive from Spangdahlem and 4 hours and 45 mins from Ramstein. We drove to Zannse Schans and spent a few hours before...
  • Daily Photo: Golden Gate Clouds 2 hours ago San Francisco, California, August 2014.
  • Climbing Cantering Cows 3 hours ago After we left the church (see: Sunday Service, Statues and Surprises) we drove almost to the end of the Corniche and parked up the bike as we could see a lone woman crouched on the shoreline sorting out a catch. We were too far away to see what the catch was so decided to investigate. […]
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