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Christmas around the world – Christmas Customs and Traditions

Christmas is an annual holiday celebrated by the Christians, on 25th December, in the major part of the world, to celebrate the Nativity of Jesus Christ. Christians believe that Jesus is the son of God, the Messiah sent from Heaven to save the world.
by Merry Christmas Wishes Quotes on Dec 18, 2015

Merry Christmas Eve 2015 Traditions and Customs

Christmas Eve has many of its own customs and traditions. The most widely practiced one that still exists today is going to a Midnight Mass Church Service. In many countries, especially Catholic ones such as Spain, Mexico, Poland and Italy, this is t...
by Merry Christmas Wishes Quotes on Dec 18, 2015

The ultimate island food experience in Vanuatu

Where else can you experience jumping from a tropical fish and coral-filled blue hole while riding a truck to watch an active volcano spit out hot lava above you? Experiences like these makes Vanuatu a country well worth taking your… The post...
by Food & Photos around the world on Dec 18, 2015

Humpy Dumpy Chilli Garlic Flavoured Tortilla Chips (Pinoy Foods) [By @SpectreUK]

Yes it's that famous character Humpty Dumpty... Oh, no wait, what happened to the 't's? Humpy Dumpy is a corn character who allegedly pushed Humpty... This content is a summary only, visit www.foodstufffinds.co.uk for the full article :-)...
by Foodstuff Finds on Dec 16, 2015

Burger King Giving Public Kitchen Tours and Letting Customers Make Their Own Burgers in Singapore

In a new promotion, Burger King Singapore is giving behind-the-counter kitchen tours to customers where they will also build their own burgers.They're calling it the "BK Kitchen Tour + DIY Burger" and there are limited 2-hour sessions available that...

Piaffe, Passage and Work in Hand by Mitja Demitrij Cernac

Piaffe, Passage and Work in HandNew Edition! Updated and Revised!Order your copy http://www.piaffe.net/order-the-book.htmlOr email dressage@gmx.comPiaffe, Passage and Work in Hand by Mitja Demitrij CernacThe new FEI rules regarding Piaffe a...
by Riding & Writing on Dec 15, 2015

Christmas in Texas Wrap Up and Link Party

Hello World!  I want to share all of the fabulous bloggers who participated in the Christmas in Texas tour just one more time.Day 1 Poofing the PillowsRead the Rest of This Post »...
by The Dedicated House on Dec 12, 2015

Is There Such a Thing as Reading Too Many Books?

I have 10 books on my desk—research for what I think might be my next book… I have at least 3 important unread books on my Kindle Tablet… I’ll more than likely read all of those books…  …sometime during or after I...
by Notes from An Alien on Dec 9, 2015

New Music: August Alsina Ft Chris Brown – Been Around The World

August Alsina will be releasing his sophomore album This Thing Called Life on December 11th. He decides to gives fans a treat by releasing his collab with Chris Brown titled “Been Around The World” and another new record titled “Dre...
by New Hip Hop Music on Dec 5, 2015

Review of Hands of a Child Lapbooks

Looking for a fun homeschooling option that can be used for multiple ages and incorporates hands-on learning?
by Hunter Happenings on Nov 30, 2015

McDonald's Holiday Menu in Singapore Includes Truffle Fries and Grand Breakfast Platter

McDonald's 2015 holiday menu in Singapore includes new truffle-flavored fries and a fancier Big Breakfast that they're calling the Grand Breakfast Platter (because "grand" is better than "big," apparently).The Truffle Flavored Shake Fries is bas...

McDonald's 48-Count Chicken McNugget Bucket Coming to Japan

Japan will have the dubious distinction of offering the largest single order of Chicken McNuggets when McDonald's starts offering the limited-edition 48-piece Chicken McNugget bucket on December 1, 2015.The bucket is local offering exclusive to Japan...

Ninh Binh

Ninh Bình is a province of Vietnam, in the Red River Delta region of the northern part of the country. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]...
by switch2life on Nov 28, 2015

Visiting Széchenyi Thermal Baths in Budapest, Hungary

  “Water revitalizes, re-energizes and brings you back to life” My own quote   It sure is no secret by now that I have developed a healthy addiction (and passion) for spas or thermal baths. Whether at home or abroad, I find my way and g...
by Traveller Soul on Nov 26, 2015

Fast broadband – pipedream or reality?

Every UK home and business will have fast broadband. David Cameron said “Just as our forebears effectively brought gas, electricity and water to all, we’re going to bring fast broadband to every home and business that wants it.” As...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Nov 25, 2015

The Great Pyramid of Giza

  The Great Pyramid of Giza also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or Cheops, is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain...
by Exploring The World on Nov 23, 2015

Real Parents’ Experiences : Martin And Robyn Diessner’s Luxury Around The World Trip With A Baby

November 2015   Martin and Robyn decided to embark on an amazing luxury adventure, leaving their home town of Cape Town, South Africa to travel to over 12 countries in just under a year, with their little girl Ava. I interviewed Martin to find t...
by Flying with a baby on Nov 22, 2015

Penelope Langley, Author and Equestrian

Penelope (Penny) Langley is an avid equestrian, certified equine massage therapist, hooker (rug hooker!), fiber diva, and author. Along with Candace Wade, Penny wrote Horse Sluts: The Saga of Two Women on the Trail of their Yeehaw. Living with h...
by Riding & Writing on Nov 22, 2015

Candace Wade, Author and Equestrian

Candace riding ShabeahResiding in Tennessee, USA, meet author and equestrian Candace Wade. Candace is the co-author of Horse Sluts - The Saga of Two Women on the Trail of Their Yeehaw. Horse Sluts tells “how to face your fears. How to challeng...
by Riding & Writing on Nov 22, 2015

Discovering the Tastes of Southern Italy

Southern Italy is world-renowned for its traditional cuisine and Mediterranean flavour. It combines the best of the most treasured culinary traditions of antiquity and its cooking recipes have roots which date back to Greco-Roman times and the Mediev...
by Food & Photos around the world on Nov 20, 2015


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