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  • . -47179499 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourists 2020This year due to the Corona-Virus pandemic,the Naadam festival will be held with no crowds.The games On July 11-12 2020 will be broadcasted on local TV and online.Older news for 20192019 Naadam Complete with...
  • Ticino in 60 seconds 34 minutes ago "This year you don't need to take a plane to reach your holiday destination and find unexpected sceneries."  With this tag line Ticino's tourist board is inviting travellers to discover its crystalline blue waters, the exotic green color of the palm trees and the pleasant Mediterranean...
  • Woman: an adult human of feminine gender 1 1 hour ago The post Woman: an adult human of feminine gender 1 appeared first on Rod Fleming's World.
  • When White Privilege Fails You 2 hours ago Hey boys and girls, something happened last night that invoked this post. As most of you that follow me on Facebook may know. I spend a lot of time with my Pinoy family here in China. I connect very closely to the Filipino community here, even more than I do to the Americans that come … Continue...
  • Gujarati Kadhi Recipe, How to Make Gujarati Kadhi+Video 3 hours ago
  • A visit to the Lavender fields - My Sunday Photo 6 hours ago
  • Silent Sunday: Unfurl Twirl - In Synchrony 7 hours ago
  • Best Stainless Steel Cookware in India 2020 - Reviews & Buying Guides 7 hours ago Indians traditionally use iron or bronze cookware to cook food. These materials are very heavy to handle and often impart a metallic taste to the food. Over time, iron or bronze cookware was replaced by aluminium. However, aluminium has a very harmful impact on our health as it reacts to […] The...
  • THE WEEKEND IN BLACK AND WHITE : Nadezda Petrovic 8 hours ago This statue of painter Nadezda Petrovic stands in a park near my home downtown. Nadezda was a fauvist and impressionist painter, born in 1873. Her works appear in many museums in Serbia, and her likeness has also  been featured on Serbian postage stamps.During the Balkan Wars, she volunteered as a...
  • Priya Raj, Home Baker and Founder of Scoops & Slices 9 hours ago Priya Raj – Scoops & Slices Priya Raj, home baker and founder of Scoops & Slices, shares some stories behind the scenes and how she grew a home baking business in Kuala Lumpur. What do you do and how did you get into the industry? I’m a homemaker turned h…The post Priya Raj, Home Baker and...
  • Up to the caves 10 hours ago We’ve had some really lousy weather recently and it has made me very lazy. I’d normally go out for regular walks but the weather put a halt to my gallop, this morning I made myself go out. I had to go to Ballymote anyway (check out the baker truck there on Thursday and Saturday mornings), […]
  • One daily Positive - Week 27 10 hours ago
  • Italy for Summer 2020: Where to Go and what to Do 13 hours ago Written in collaboration with Mary Davis. The latest coronavirus COVID-19 guidelines indicate that tourism in Europe is about to resume. Air travel could still be limited, but Italy is just a short drive across the French border. There are many historic Italian cities to visit, not to mention...
  • Happy Fourth of July From The Chicago Files!!!! 14 hours ago [courtesy https://mkstatus.com/%5D I would like to wish everyone a very Happy Fourth of July! Despite the fact this has been a year unlike any other, I take pause to appreciate this incredible country; its people, natural beauty, and wonderful spirit. As a dual citizen I am reminded how extremely...
  • Things to do in Kildare on an Ireland Staycation 14 hours ago After 3 months under lockdown in Dublin due to the global pandemic, the time has finally come for an Ireland staycation! Join us on a drive from Dublin to Kildare and discover safe and fun things to do in Kildare on a day trip. Living in Ireland, it's easy to look outward and focus on international...
  • TO PRESERVE HISTORY, GERMANS ERECT STATUE OF HITLER IN MUNICH 14 hours ago No, calm down. That hasn't happened and it ain't gonna happen.I'm the first one to agree that comparisons of modern political figures to Hitler are often overblown and without merit. But putting that aside, can you just imagine the outrage if such were to come to pass, Germans celebrating Hitler...
  • three myths in one 15 hours ago One of the joys of living in Mexico is that I get to celebrate three national creation myths.During the winter, a large contingent of Canadians and a handful of Americans head south to enjoy the sybaritic pleasures of Barra de Navidad and San Patricio Melaque. They join a much smaller group of...
  • 27 Things to do in Geneva Switzerland 17 hours ago Found on the shores of Lake Geneva, and surrounded by mountains, the Swiss city of Geneva is definitely in a picturesque location. With great transport connections, it’s also an easy place to visit on a trip to Switzerland. Of course, there are plenty of reasons to visit Geneva beyond it being...
  • caturday july 4 2020 18 hours ago Seriously WHAT is cuter than this? Me and my gal netflixing last night.
  • The Adjusted Normal, 20. The Party Continues. 18 hours ago Last night, our daughter went out with a cousin and another couple of friends. First they went to two nightspots that were rather empty. Our daughter wore her mask, which she pulled down to drink, and kept her distance from others. Then, another cousin came by and asked the friends, why not go to...
  • Sweet Land Of Liberty 19 hours ago “Freedom has its life in the hearts, the actions, the spirit of men and so it must be daily earned and refreshed - else like a flower cut from its life-giving roots, it will wither and die.”~Dwight David Eisenhowerhttp://www.bluehighwaysrevisited.net/Wishing you a safe and Happy July 4th dear...
  • Who Can Travel To Portugal And What Safety Measures Are In Place? 19 hours ago July 4th, 2020 Since my last update about the situation in Portugal regarding Covid-19 and international travel, there have been a few changes. Enough to warrant a fresh article, at any rate. From now on, my intention is to update this one when I hear of significant changes so I’llRead More...
  • Weekend Reads #120 19 hours ago Keeping silent over here again, even though I had felt overwhelmed with all the content I was reading online so ended up unsubscribing from various newsletters. My life lately has been a blur—I can imagine it's similar with everyone, given the situation in the world—sleeping poorly, being...
  • 20 hours ago IN MY HEART ♥ Hey there creatives! ✨   This isn’t a blogpost, instead this is only a video recap of my new Fiddle Fig Leaf Plant.
  • Cooking Classes at CieCAS 20 hours ago For my birthday, Thorben got me cooking classes at CieCAS. CieCAS, or the Center of innovative and entrepreneurial Culinary Arts and Services, offers professional training courses for people working in F&B but also team building and small, private cooking classes. We did 3 evening classes and they...
  • Fourth of July: Mr. Howard 20 hours ago A few days ago the Kherson library system posted an American history quiz in honour of the Fourth of July. The prize was a book in English. (About an Englishman, but that's close to American history, right?) He's actually someone I've been wanting to read about, so I took the quiz. It was hard!But,...
  • Traffic cones, pubs, and coronavirus testing: It's the news from Britain 20 hours ago According to a small and deeply meaningful study, fans of apocalyptic movies may be handling the pandemic better than the rest of us.  I wasn’t part of the study, but I’ve watched one or possibly two movie apocalumps (that’s the … Continue reading →
  • Happy 4th of July 21 hours ago As a half-American, the 4th of July definitely does not go unnoticed and is part of our family tradition each year as so many other celebrations. Italian, Swiss, Spanish, French, British, there is something to celebrate practically every month to a certain extent.By this month our family is usually...
  • Happy 4th of July 21 hours ago As a half-American, the 4th of July definitely does not go unnoticed and is part of our family tradition each year as so many other celebrations. Italian, Swiss, Spanish, French, British, there is something to celebrate practically every month to a certain extent.By this month our family is usually...
  • In the still of the night,,, 22 hours ago After our dinner guest departed last night Pauline and continued to enjoy what was left of the evening in our pretty courtyard here at the Old Walnut Mill.
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