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  • . -61169469 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourists 20192019 Naadam Complete with details of all events in UB and countryside in each province. Older news for tourist 2018The MORIN KHUUR music festival and competitionwill take place in Ulaanbaatar 26 June 2018 - 4...
  • Glow Eindhoven 2019 -2548 seconds ago Glow Festival takes places every November in Eindhoven, a city in the south of the Netherlands. I only discovered it in 2018 and I was very impressed with it, so I went again last year, in a larger group than last time. Maybe everyone did the same, because I was totally taken by surprise by […]
  • Visiting the Colosseum and Vatican in One Day -1926 seconds ago A lot of people who are planning a short trip to Rome ask if it is possible to visit the Colosseum and Vatican in one day. I am a big advocate for spending more time in Rome so you can discover the city, but I understand that time constraints (and a shortage of vacation days) [...] The post...
  • Six on Saturday 24.01.20 1 hour ago It is Saturday, it is time to look for six things in the garden, or in our case, in the … More
  • Coronavirus Outbreak 2020 1 hour ago Coronavirus is a virus that causes diseases to animals and birds. In humans the virus causes respiratory problems, sore throat, common cold, and pneumonia. First case identified in China.Countries that confirmed cases of coronavirus are:✔China✔Macau✔Hong Kong✔Japan✔Singapore✔South...
  • Chinese New Year 2 hours ago Hi All and Xīnnián kuàilè (Happy New Year)! Tonight we are having a few friends over to celebrate Chinese New Year. My family lived in China for four years back before I was born so I’ve only seen the pictures. From what I have heard from me humans though they loved their time in Shanghai …...
  • Symi Saturday photos - January 2 hours ago Symi Saturday photos – January Hello. Here are a few photos from my limited time away from the desk this past couple of weeks. I am editing down a new story which must be ready to send to my proofreader on Wednesday, so I’ll say good morning, and get back to work. Have a good […] The post...
  • The ups and Downs of Epsom... 2 hours ago Yesterday from Eileen's, we walked the 45 mins up to the Rubbing House by the Epsom Downs racecourse where we rendezvoused with Mike and Liz for a bit of Lunch and to extend her 'special' birthday celebration a little bit more. 
  • December Wrap-Up - Part 6 4 hours ago Sunday 22 December - We had given Max and Isabelle (my daughter's in-laws) an early Christmas present, as they wouldn't have time to use it after Christmas - 2 tickets for a Captain Cook cruise from Perth to the port city of Fremantle.The cruise departed at 9,30 from Barrack Street Jetty near...
  • Seaside Saturday Six-Word Story... 8 hours ago Junior Bokkies Winter Rugby Training Camp!
  • Toodling around Toulouse 9 hours ago Exploring Toulouse, the pink city in January. A French cultural immersion and welcome hospitality from the locals.
  • WEEKEND REFLECTIONS --paddling 9 hours ago Not a recent photo, but a reflection.See more reflections at James'WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.
  • 2020 or the Year I Focus on Half Marathons 11 hours ago Well, it’s January 24th and I have already raced one half marathon! This is my third year running and I’m learning new lessons as I go. The biggest lesson from last year is don’t run two marathons in two weeks on two different continents
  • Rare The Food Company Damansara Perdana 11 hours ago Rare The Food Company Words: Jack Perry & Monica Tindall    Photos: Rich Callahan Rare The Food Company’s co-founder, Ken Lai, loves to eat. He loves to travel, and he is admittedly a bit of a ‘cooking-gadget geek.’ So why not combine those loves into a world-w…The post Rare The Food...
  • Can You Move To France Before Brexit? 11 hours ago The simple answer to this is yes. The more pressing question you should ask yourself is should you? I am writing this with 7 days to go before the UK exits the club of the European Union.  After 40 odd years of membership and desperate to get into the club we have told them to… Continue reading...
  • Your rights as a renter in Croatia 11 hours ago When you rent a property in Croatia, you automatically have certain rights. The rights of renters are regulated by Zakon o najmu stanova (the law on renting apartments). In reality and practice, the law is old and lacking, but there are some common rules which can be applied to everyone. Your...
  • It's just an illusion... 11 hours ago An invitation to the Musée de l'Illusion popped up on my facebook feed... that's weird I have not heard of this museum before. A bit of googling confirms it has opened just one month ago. There is no excuse I gather my girlfriends and we are off to explore.Turns out it is not really a museum...
  • The Quiet Site's Hobbit Holes Review: Lake District Escape 12 hours ago Nestled on the banks of Ullswater Lake in England’s gorgeous Lake District, there is a quiet site – no, seriously, it’s called The Quiet Site, that is a slice of paradise complete with a super unique accommodation option. To give you some backstory, I would say that my thoughts on camping...
  • International Day of Education 12 hours ago Today the world celebrates the International Day of Education, a day proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly to honour education and its centrality to human well-being and sustainable development.The adoption of the "International Day of Education" in 2018, co-authored by Nigeria and 58...
  • Trip Overview On our Madagascar Ecotour you’ll... 14 hours ago Trip Overview On our Madagascar Ecotour you’ll hike in dense rainforests where a local guide will help you spot as many lemur species as possible, listen for the eery call of the indri, and observe the moves of the dancing sifaka. Their moves may just put yours to shame! Ready for a dance-off?...
  • the dolly parton challenge 14 hours ago Yesterday the magnificent Dolly Parton posted this collage on her social media accounts – it has since gone viral as …Continue reading →
  • Restoring Pahtoedawgyi Pagoda Near Mandalay 15 hours ago Pahtoedawgyi Pagoda is a beautiful stupa that got a little restoration love in the spring of 2019. It's located in the Amarapura area, south of Mandalay city. Built in 1819, still going strong.Park the tour bus and go have a look. Let the sleeping dog lie.The main stupa, covered in bamboo...
  • What's On In Zurich Late January 2020 15 hours ago What’s On In Zurich Late January 2020 Plus excursions, trips, food, lifestyle and more… WORLD SNOW FESTIVAL GRINDELWALD 20th – 25th JAN: If you happen to be in the region of Grindelwald do stop by to admire the work of international snow sculptors who will be presenting their sculptures in...
  • Day 6 on The Camino (Villafranca to Atapuerca) 16 hours ago Villafranca to Atapuerca.  18 kilometers. Day 6 on The Camino. Or Remember That One Time We… The post Day 6 on The Camino (Villafranca to Atapuerca) appeared first on Alison Chino.
  • Lofoten Sea Eagle Safari in Trollfjord: How to Book + Practical Info 16 hours ago There are many cool Lofoten tours and excursions to take when you’re visiting the islands.  One of the most popular... The post Lofoten Sea Eagle Safari in Trollfjord: How to Book + Practical Info appeared first on Megan & Aram.
  • An overnight train from Netherlands to Scandinavia? It could be a thing soon! 18 hours ago The leaders of five Northern European countries are meeting in Brussels, to talk about beginning research into a faster train link from the Netherlands, through Germany, and up into Scandinavia, which might, according to NL Times, result in an overnight train between the cities.  You’d be...
  • Fleeting Moment 18 hours ago Dinner in a local restaurant. Peace out. ✌
  • Lunch in the Netherlands: culture, bread and society 19 hours ago Ahhhh lunch in the Netherlands! It’s your first day at work as an international, and you are about to have lunch with your Dutch colleagues. Especially if you come from a Southern European context, you reach the cafeteria only to be shocked that what is on the menu is, well, just a sandwich. Not...
  • Festive Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pineapple Tarts for Chinese New Year 19 hours ago Pineapple tarts are a festive favorite during Chinese New Year, because these bite-sized treats are addictive! No one stops at one. The significance of these sweet morsels comes from the Chinese word for pineapple. In various Chinese dialects, pineapple is known as “wong/ong lai” and the vowel...
  • Your best travel tips for France 19 hours ago You’re a great resource! Yes, YOU! Did you know that? I picked your brain last month and asked my followers on Facebook for their best travel tips for France and got over 75 replies. I wanted to know what your #1 piece of France travel advice was, so maybe a tip that has never let ... Read More...
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