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  • 11 Great Things to Do in Mechelen, Belgium 1 hour ago With its location in the heart of Flanders Mechelen is the perfect destination for a day trip from Brussels or Antwerp. Or – in my case – a nice weekend break. When I arrive at Mechelen station, I’m surpised it takes me less than two hours to get here from The Hague by train. Why… Continue...
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  • Red bananas 3 hours ago Up until my first visit to Oaxaca, I had no idea that bananas came in any other color than yellow.  However, I soon discovered a Banana bonanza of sizes, shapes, and colors — and red bananas became my favorite.  I haven’t seen them for a while, but on a visit to Central de Abastos, I […]
  • A year of do-overs 5 hours ago Perhaps it is too soon to reflect on the year past, but I’m currently occupying that space between here and there. In other words, I’m getting ready to move from Northern Thailand to Central Thailand. And instead of doing the impatient-dance, I’m diving into deep creative waters (at least as...
  • My Weekly Challenge - X is for EX! 6 hours ago So… you were wondering how I was going to treat our friend X? Well, to tell you the truth… I wondered as well. So… here’s my take on the matter. I looked in the gallery… using the “ex” tag and … Continue reading →
  • Learning the Lingo! 7 hours ago Originally posted on Piglet in Portugal: Learn the “Lingo” or live life in an “Expat Bubble”! I am a great advocate of the fact that when you move to a new country you ‘attempt’ to gain, at the very least, a basic understanding of both language and culture. Without this ‘basic’...
  • Discrete address 7 hours ago This building housed the railway company “Compagnie du Chemin de Fer de Paris à Orléans” between 1864 and 1938, when the national railway company ”SNCF” took over. In 2011 another giant company took over, “Google”. This is now where you find the headquarters of “Google France”....
  • hawking the hawker 7 hours ago One of the most therapeutic aspects of writing is sharing tales where I do not come out well in the end.We all cultivate a public personality in the hopes that people will believe the best we see in ourselves. And then reality barges his way onto the stage.Late last week, I was walking past the...
  • asagaya & kichijoji 7 hours ago
  • Emigrating to NZ: Sell or Ship Your Vehicle? 8 hours ago This is a guest post by Kristina Bijelic. In recent years, many Americans have made the decision to pack up their memories and start a new life in New Zealand. Once that major decision has been made, it opens a can of worms about what to take and what to leave. Most people will, at […]
  • Routine few days 9 hours ago Routine few days Back to the old routine for a few days now, well, yesterday, today and tomorrow – until the evening. I found out that a lot of the roadworks going on are to do with the phone provider, Ote, but the lane we live on is, by the looks of it, stone replacement. […] The post Routine...
  • Bodegas Borsao Wine Dinner, Stoked KL 9 hours ago Monica Tindall A Spanish winery, famous for Garnacha grapes in the province of Aragon, is this month’s featured winery at Stoked KL. Export director, Miss Virginia Gimenez, joins us sharing some stories behind the vines and leads a dinner paired with some sign… The post Bodegas Borsao Wine...
  • Moving to Amsterdam: Our Guide to Starting Your Life in the capital of the Netherlands 10 hours ago So, you’re (considering) moving to Amsterdam! Fab news. Now you’re trying not to panic about all the faffing it will take to get you there. Well, take a deep breath and unclench those butt-cheeks, my lovely readers – whether you’re debating the big move to Amsterdam for the first time or...
  • Lies, more lies, and Paris 11 hours ago Friends have emailed me recently asking when we’re returning to the United States. I looked back at this blog and realized that I’ve been remiss. Let me catch you up, we’re not. At least not to live. Not yet.  After... Read More ›
  • First Arcachon Bay performance of the Shuman Show in Lanton on December 14th! 11 hours ago On Friday December 14th at 9:00pm, Café Baryton in Lanton will be hosting the first Bassin d'Arcachon performance of the Invisible Bordeaux live spin-off, the Shuman Show!Loyal readers will be familiar with the Shuman Show, a words-and-music extravaganza that has been developed around a subject...
  • Korean & Japanese Mini Market Jeddah + New Location 11 hours ago As an Asian living abroad, I often find myself craving for Chinese and Japanese food; noodles, tempura, sushi, rice toppings, and many more. Unfortunately, it is difficult to spot unique Asian products in supermarkets here in Jeddah. Thus, we find ourselves eating in different Asian restaurants...
  • On Mom Guilt and Judging Others 11 hours ago Have you guys seen the video going around on Facebook right now about holding your baby instead? You know - this one. I swear, that thing makes me cry every. single. time. And I've seen it more than a couple times! And then what happens is I get flooded with this terrible sense of mom guilt and I...
  • "The Wanderer's Guide to Lucca" 12 hours ago Originally posted on New Mexico to Italy: Ciao Readers! And happy Monday after Spring Break! We have finally made it to Italy…. The title of this post reflects both its focus, as well as the book from which I got most of the substantive information.  As you may recall, back when we lived in...
  • Your Passport to France 12 hours ago Next up on my fun-filled, whirlwind trip is Thursday night’s French-American Chamber of Commerce Passport to France soirée in Chicago. I always plan my trips to the States around this evening. It is so-much-fun. Please come if you can. You could win round-trip Air France tickets to Paris, then...
  • Human Dignity in a Broken World, Two Book Reviews 12 hours ago Shalom Sistas, by Osheta Moore I read this book on Saturday evening (if you want to read a lot, have surgery and have friends who bring you books, that really helps). Loved it. I don't know that Osheta would use the words human dignity, but that's what shalom is about - peacemaking, peace building,...
  • Myawaddy 6: Kabaung Lake 12 hours ago The mystery behind the secret lake has been solved. It exists. It is not in some secret military zone. It is a jewel of blue in the otherwise brown and arid Bago Hills. It has a name - Lake Kabaung. How did this place come to my interest? Jimmy Grant noticed it first.Here's what the start of the...
  • We've Been Hiding A Secret... 12 hours ago We’ve been hiding an exciting secret!
  • always at my side... 12 hours ago … or on my lap, or perched on my shoulder.  ❤
  • Is there a Walgreens in London or the UK? 13 hours ago Walgreens is seriously my jam. I am with you, people of the internet who have searched, “Is there a Walgreens in the UK?” or “Is there a Walgreens in London?” I am with you. I love Walgreens so much that as a child, I waited during the holidays for the Walgreens ad and then did […] The...
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