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Our Street

I grew up in a small, brick house at the end of a terrace of small, brick houses at the end of a street of terraces of small, brick houses. It was kind of a dull street. Cramped too. Late-nineteenth century houses all jammed in shoulder-to-shoulder;...
by POMS AWAY! on Aug 1, 2016

KL Upside Down House, Tourist Attraction @ KL Tower, Malaysia

I really be happy when I explored inside the KL Upside Down House, which are located at Kuala Lumpur Tower (Menara KL), Malaysia when they invited me and my friend blogger, Woan Koon. They launched a very new tourist attraction, " KL Upside Down...
by Selina Wing on Jul 29, 2016

If Addiction is Learning Then Distress Is The Teacher.

  In a recent “interview” in The Guardian newspaper Marc Lewis once again forwarded his ideas that addiction is not a disease but a condition of aberrant learning. https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/jul/24/is-addiction-rea...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Jul 26, 2016

Tips for Multigenerational Family Trips

My family and I have somewhat recently embarked on a number of incredible multigenerational family trips that have been absolute successes. We’re in a slightly different situation than many typical ‘multigen’ trip seekers as we don&...
by The Traveling Scholar on Jul 26, 2016

Reflections from an alien contact, April 2016

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by UFOs and Space Anomalies on Jul 19, 2016

Cooking Event

I am not particularly crazy about cooking.But when our team organized an offsite at a cooking school, I wanted to try it out. The event was conducted at the Draeger's Market in Menlo Park. A small section of the store is turned into a cooking s...
by Newbie In Sunnyvale on Jul 18, 2016

The Enchanting Orient Experiences @ Starhill Gallery

It’s a way to enrich our knowledge about ancient Chinese art and culture. We were at the inaugural of The Enchanting Orient @ Starhill Gallery, Kuala Lumpur with support by Han Culture Centre Malaysia that fuses ancient Chinese art and culture with...
by Sunshine Kelly on Jul 8, 2016

This Is Not Just Any Spa Day. This Is A Champney's Tring Spa Day.

Seeing as my career gives me the perfect excuse to visit a spa frequently, you may be surprised to know I spent very little time actually relaxing in spa like surroundings. In all honesty a trip to the spa is usually more effort than it's worth, as m...
by London Beauty Queen on Jul 4, 2016

New Zealand and Volcanoes

Originally posted on POMS AWAY!: When I was nine years old, my world fell apart. There I was, living quite happily in a small town in the North of England, when my parents dropped a bombshell: we were moving to New Zealand. New Zealand – wasn’t t...
by POMS AWAY! on Jul 4, 2016

Financial Advice for College Graduates

Many students walked across stages at their universities last month to receive their college diploma. These students were stepping across the stage towards their futures, their blossoming careers and, for some, crippling financial struggles. Seven in...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jun 28, 2016

How Brexit Looks from New Zealand

Last week, out of the blue, I was asked to “appear” on Radio NZ. They needed a British expat to talk about Brexit, and I can only assume Google led them to this blog. Okay. I wasn’t exactly an expert, but I agreed. I figured it would be the mos...
by POMS AWAY! on Jun 28, 2016

The Alien World of White Island

Originally posted on POMS AWAY!: Have you ever visited somewhere so unique that you rave about it years later? It’s been six years since my family went to New Zealand’s White Island, and I still find myself thinking about it and talking about how...
by POMS AWAY! on Jun 19, 2016

Simbae Malaysia, Grooming Pet Care For Dogs and Cats

Miu Miu need the new fur conditioner because she always get dirty on her skins, especially it sometimes lost her furs at anywhere! And every time, Miu Miu don't want the normal pet shampoo then, she escaped from me when she knew her bathing time! One...
by Selina Wing on Jun 17, 2016

The Otuataua Stonefields

When you’re an immigrant, you spend a lot of time at the airport, picking up visiting relatives. I’ve been to Auckland Airport many times, but I never knew about the important archaeological site right next to it! The Otuataua Stonefields are a p...
by POMS AWAY! on Jun 14, 2016

Experience The Scenic ‘Nth Degree’

One of the distinguishing characteristics of a river cruise is its all-inclusive benefits. From the gourmet cuisine and award-winning wines to the land excursions and tours, river cruises offer a level of luxury, convenience and personal attention un...
by Travel Associates blog on Jun 9, 2016

A Stroll through History

I learnt a lot about the history of Auckland last weekend, both Maori and European. I walked across the Otuataua Stonefields, an archaeological site encompassing one of New Zealand’s earliest settlements, and I visited the Howick Historical Village...
by POMS AWAY! on Jun 8, 2016

20 Lessons From My Twenties

As I say goodbye to my twenties and hello to an exciting new decade, I can’t help but think back on the incredible life lessons the past ten years have brought with them. Your twenties are an incredibly transformative decade and a period of lif...
by The Traveling Scholar on Jun 3, 2016

5 Incredible Cruise Ship Suites

There’s nothing more luxurious than a well-appointed hotel suite, and the ones at sea are some of the most spectacular in the world! Many cruise ships now have a limited selection of lavish suites for those who can get in quickly enough – restric...
by Travel Associates blog on Jun 1, 2016

All-Inclusive: The Hallmark Of Happiness

Club Med’s founder, Gerard Blitz lived by a pretty good philosophy: “The aim in life is to be happy, the time to be happy is now and the place to be happy is here.” With 80 resorts worldwide from the balmy tropical climes of Southeast Asia...
by Travel Associates blog on May 31, 2016

Why You Need To Visit Hamilton Island

Located just off the Queensland coast, Hamilton Island is nestled in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. As the most populous of the Whitsunday Islands, this pristine destination packs a punch with so many things to do and see. Easy Access To The Gr...
by Travel Associates blog on May 30, 2016


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