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Southwark Cathedral and The Shard - London - Under A Blue Sky - Letter U - ABC Wednesday

Architecture Old and NewI took this photograph on Sunday 27th November 2016 and am using it today for ABC WednesdaySouthwark Cathedral and The Shard - London - Under A Blue Sky - Letter UABC Wednesday...
by LindyLouMac's World in Photos on Nov 30, 2016

A Trip To The North To Meet Jon

  No, I am not talking about Jon Snow. I am referring to my boyfriend, Jonathan. You know what sucks about a long distance relationship? The distance itself. In my case, we only get to see each other every July to celebrate his birthday. But eno...
by Stargazer Writes on Aug 29, 2016

Notre Dame – How this Cathedral is a Beautiful Blessing in Paris

There is a reason that Paris is one of the most visited destinations in the world. Besides being the home to some of the most delicious gastronomy in the world, it showcases some of the most pristine architecture alongside the gorgeously tranquil riv...
by Fill My Passport on Aug 20, 2016

Pictures From The Funeral of Philando Castile – Man Fatally Shot by Police

Philando Castile, 32, was shot dead by police in front of his girlfriend and her four-year-old daughter on July 6. Thousands gathered for his funeral at the Cathedral of Saint Paul, in St. Paul, Minnesota. A horse-drawn carriage, carrying his flower-...
by Oh Zina on Jul 15, 2016

The surprise and delight that was Tashkent

My first view of Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan was at 2 am on a September morning in 2015 when my flight from Delhi landed. Of course, I saw nothing except lights ! An hour later, after having cleared immigration … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 13, 2016

Things to do for free in Coventry City Centre

Last month we decided to head to a city I’ve never explored before.  I’d been to Tile Hill College with the Institute of Export many years ago but had never ventured further.  We discovered a number of things to do for … Continue...
by Over 40 and a Mum to One on Jun 11, 2016

My old friend is being reborn

There’s a mountain of work to do at Cathedral Drive Farm in Hope Ness these days: weed between the rows, hill the potatoes, spread straw mulch everywhere possible to hold the moisture in the soil and keep the clay-loam soil from baking to hard-pan...
by Finding Hope Ness on Jun 10, 2016

famous tourist destination in paris, france

famous tourist destination in paris, france – who does not know paris, france? a city famous for its magnificent Eiffel Tower and beautiful. town romantic and enchanting. but you know, in this city there are..
by hotel travel on Jun 8, 2016

Seeds of hope, rural roots

Let’s look on the bright side again. Let’s plant some seeds of hope. Let’s do what we can, where we can, while we can. Here at Cathedral Drive Farm, surrounded by Hope in reality and spirit, the garden is starting to look good. I can look out m...
by Finding Hope Ness on Jun 7, 2016

A day in Mysore city

Mysore or presently called as Mysuru, was once the glorious capital of Wodeyar dynasty for over six centuries. Since the ancient times the city has been the centre of art and cultural scene of Karnataka and is well-known for its silk sarees, unique s...
by Tales of Traveling Sisters on Jun 3, 2016

St. Louis – My Five Favorite Things to Do

  I bet for a lot of people out there St. Louis has never popped into your head as a must visit place when planning your family vacations. Not there is anything wrong with St. Louis but more often than not I think people plan trips to Chicago, N...
by My Sweet Sanity on May 22, 2016

The Old Quarter in Hanoi: love it or hate it

The Old Quarter in Hanoi, a place I will never forget! This is where I started my travel adventure after finally quitting the corporate rat race. At first, I didn’t really like the Old Quarter; noisy, pollution, hawkers, smelly food, etc. However,...
by My Inner Mojo on Apr 20, 2016

Traveling to Vietnam through Visa On Arrival Service

Exactly seven years ago today, I embarked on a Malaysia-Cambodia-Vietnam sojourn. Let me zero in on Vietnam as I recently received inquiries from friends as to where to go for shopping and dining in Ho Chi Minh City, visa requirements, Visa on Arri...
by First-time Travels on Apr 5, 2016

The cathedral of Dresden

64 years ago.Dresden,Germany by the end of war. Many germans still believe in Fuhrer and the final Victory. Despite all the difficulties of the daily life, they still fight! Dresden is an old culture... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by Travel on Apr 1, 2016

Living in hope, finding a way

I live in Hope. I do that literally, as in I live in Hope Ness. I also live in hope of learning how to tap into the special spirit of Hope Ness so at this late stage in my life I can finally do justice to it, and life. About time; it’s been 37 year...
by Finding Hope Ness on Mar 28, 2016

A “storm warning” moment

It’s March in Ontario after all, so anything can happen; and it will. The forecast today for the Bruce Peninsula area calls for freezing rain, ice pellets, snow and north-east winds for the next couple of days. Environment Canada’s weather fo...
by Finding Hope Ness on Mar 24, 2016

A “storm warning” moment

It’s march in Ontario after all, so anything can happen; and it will. The forecast today for the Bruce Peninsula area calls for freezing rain, ice pellets, snow and north-east winds for the next couple of days. Environment Canada’s weather fo...
by Finding Hope Ness on Mar 24, 2016

Strange spiral vortex appears over Mexico City, October 16, 2015

<!-- letslaughandfun recl 300x250- 2015 --> (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); <!-- letslaughandfun recl 300x250- 2015 --> (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This is a strange phenomenon reg...
by UFOs and Space Anomalies on Mar 23, 2016

Around Dunedin- day 2 of our South Island road trip Part I

The St Paul Anglican Cathedral- a truly beautiful building Dunedin turned out to be a ‘bigger’ town than I had imagined. I heard stories of it being a very small and boring place famous for its drinking culture. We have a good Malaysian f...
by My rainforest adventures on Mar 17, 2016

Iloilo City : Jaro Cathedral

Jaro Cathedral of Ilo-ilo City. Located at Seminario, Jaro, Ilo-ilo City. Simply one of the historical place in Ilo-ilo City. It is known and build in the year 1864. It is also known as the oldest church in Ilo-ilo and National Shrine of our Lady of...
by Totz Adventure on Mar 6, 2016


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