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  • . -156082953 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourists - 2016Visa newsThe visa free program for 42 countries has ended on 31 December 2015. See the visa page for details.2016 Tsam Dance rituals at Amarbayasgalant monasteryTsam Dance ritual 2016 September 27-29Gongoriin...
  • Merry Christmas on Instagram -7483953 seconds ago Wonderful - I found this image sometime back and it was lovely to see two people that had asked to borrow some bits from me use them - and this was not the only place...Here is a record of some Christmas... 1) Christmas in Bangkok on a canoe - 2012 2) Christmas in Phuket - 2013 3) Christmas in...
  • Angels  We tried to see if we could get anybody... 32 minutes ago Angels  We tried to see if we could get anybody else pitch in to help, at least the kids, get food, medicine, clothing and meet their daily needs. We got three whole positive responses. THREE. So, nope.P.S. I treated Stanley to coffee at the bar downstairs yesterday, and heard him out. It came...
  • 5 Reasons to Visit Sayulita (and 5 reasons not to) 1 hour ago I heard of Sayulita a couple of years ago when it became the new digital nomad mecca. Lots of bloggers where moving there to take advantage of the cheaper prices while working remotely. Over the course of time I started to hear more and more about it, and sometimes, the reviews weren’t...
  • #AdventureFaktorySuites: Dusit Thani Dubai 1 hour ago Discover how it is to Stay, Eat, Have fun and Relax in Dubai at Dusit Thani Dubai, the Thai themed hotel chain located just across the road from the famous Dubai Mall. As 2016 winded...
  • 800 Bowls, Mahabandoola & 48th St, Yangon 1 hour ago Regular readers of the blog will by now be familiar with my Xiao Long Bao obsession and until now, my go-to XLB place in Yangon has been Xi Yang Yang but the arrival of 800 Bowls, a Xiao Long Bao, La Mian Noodle restaurant just a few blocks from my house last November meant XLB... Read More
  • On Temple of Mars Street 1 hour ago Spolia (Latin, 'spoils'), the repurposing of building stone for new construction, or the reuse of decorative sculpture on new monuments, is an ancient and widespread practice whereby stone that has been quarried cut and used in a built structure, is carried away to be used elsewhere.This post has...
  • Mist-Laden 2 hours ago  The earth is soaked from three days of rain,  leaving us with an eerie landscape this morning. Long winter days are now warming, blue skies and sunshine, what could be more soul-stirring. 
  • A Rioja Revelation - yours for a fiver 2 hours ago Granada isn’t all about the Alhambra, it’s also about dust and grime – especially when searching around junk shops. We’re no strangers to these places – see here and here – and it’s always nice to pick up a bargain, which we did this week. Some of our readers may be aware of the UK...
  • British Phrases You Should Use Right Now 2 hours ago Thoughts from Alanna… Canada and England both speak English, but there’s so many quirky sayings that are different in both countries. Don’t even get me started on slang words (for another day, perhaps). Today, let’s education ourselves on some of my favourite English sayings: “Watch out,...
  • What the Wonder Pets Can Teach Us After This Presidential Inauguration 3 hours ago While millions of Americans woke up this morning to look out the window and see if the sky was falling yet, check their Facebook news feed, and choose words of complaint or fear to update their statuses, I think a trio of Nick Jr. characters might have a plausible solution for the problem we’re...
  • Saturday Serenity: The Feelings 3 hours ago It’s Saturday morning, and once again I am sitting here with my jumbo-sized coffee cup strategically placed within arm’s reach.  This past week brought with it some interesting moments.  Ah, the word, “interesting”; so many meanings, don’t you think? I can describe something as...
  • Dunedin, NZ 4 hours ago Dear Family and Friends,Our ship docked about a 30 minute drive from Dunedin. The view of the countryside from the ship was so beautiful.Chuck and I were in Dunedin a couple of years ago so we mainly walked around the city and had lunch.  This is the war memorial. A statue honoring Queen...
  • Hej Hej! 4 hours ago Well, here I am.Eleven days ago, I boarded a plane for Calgary, one of the closest major cities to my hometown. A lot of people I know have moved there over the years, and since I hadn't been there in a while, I thought it was time to catch up with everyone, especially since I was going away. I had...
  • 5 Reasons to Hire an Irish Writer in 2017 4 hours ago Learn from the Seanachaí Everyone has a story to tell but not everyone has the ability to tell or write… Read more 5 Reasons to Hire an Irish Writer in 2017
  • Things you only see at Disneyland 4 hours ago Something happens to people when they cross the turnstile to enter a Disney theme park.  They give way to the silly, the childish wonder of it all. But they also keep their adult trappings and each nationality has its own way of reacting.  I did some serious people-watching this weekend at...
  • Good Luck Mr. President 5 hours ago Yesterday was quite a day. I thought it went off well. I especially liked the Inaugural Parade. Is there anything more patriotic than a marching band. I have always liked listening to John Philip Souza. There is nothing better than the patriotic sounds that Souza created. I remember watching the...
  • Home 5 hours ago Home now.   I’ve been out of the Outpost for seven weeks what with one thing and another. By the time I get home, I am very happy to be here – wherever you live (even when its far flung and lonely) it’s always delicious to get home – back to Ant, back to the […]
  • How to Dine Out in Italy 5 hours ago So, how do you eat out in Italy? How do you pick a restaurant? How in the heck does a non-Italian speaker navigate through... The post How to Dine Out in Italy appeared first on .
  • Vegan chocolate fudge cake... 5 hours ago It's quite tricky to make a chocolate cake without eggs, a chocolate birthday cake which was a request from my 5 year old, who happens to have an egg intolerance. It's no an impossible task, but I really wanted to make something without bananas, as that's the most common and easiest egg...
  • The Day after Yesterday 6 hours ago While I was on my travels, I became enthralled by a pair of hummingbirds that lived around the eco lodge. Elusive little creatures, I would wait silently, watching for them to appear. And eventually they would flit into the foliage in front of me, sometimes hovering for a nano second before darting...
  • 7 Ways to Survive Airports 6 hours ago I love travel. I hate traveling. Well, maybe dislike is the word. No, actually, it’s hate. Airports and flying are the irritants at the start and the end of the most amazing adventures you can experience. I’ve talked about the airplane part of that here in a previous post. So I’ve started...
  • 'HELP! I Lost My Passport!' A Short Guide on What to Do (Miles Away) 6 hours ago It’s probably one of the most terrifying scenarios that any travel lover can imagine. There you are, enjoying that international trip you’ve been looking forward to for months (or even years) — maybe you’re strolling along the canals of Venice or shopping in Hong Kong, when you reach into...
  • Trails in absentia - Ukraine 6 hours ago With most of the world currently peering through the looking glass at events in Washington DC and the inverted views to be seen, something worthy of note occurred in Ukraine. Former President Yanukovych will stand trail for treason – in absentia. On 21st January, Judge Tarasyuk satisfied the...
  • one month of dog 6 hours ago alright, so it’s actually been over a month and a half now (hah) by the time i actually got this post out, so even though i’m stickin’ with my catchy title, it’s more like ‘over a month and a half with dog’.ferdinand’s first month with us was a lot like you’d might expect when you...
  • Guys... there was poop in my staircase. POOP!!!! 7 hours ago Guys… there was poop in my staircase. POOP!!!!
  • The Ins and Outs of LastPass' Sesame 7 hours ago What I learned about the LastPass Sesame Program I’m a LastPass newbie, and I recently started using Sesame on my LastPass account. I just thought I’d share what I learned about Sesame in case it might help anyone else. All of this information is (sort of) available on the LastPass website,...
  • Protest 7 hours ago Filed under: Life17 Tagged: Life, Peace, Protest
  • Baby | Iris' wardrobe (0-3 months) 8 hours ago Iris already has a bigger wardrobe than me! She is so well dressed, I love snapping photos of her in her cute little clothes! When I first found out that I was going to be having a girl I was so happy and I went out immediately and bought two little onesies that were both […] The post Baby |...
  • Bavarder: Catching up with a friend amidst canine chaos! 8 hours ago I needed help translating part of Tessa's story (below), so I posted this phrase on Facebook--and chose Joy's lively entry. Then Jean-Marc recorded another entry... and Olivier suggested a word replacement or two. Oups! Many chefs in today's post. Reach 25,500 readers. Place an ad here....
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