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- More dishes I've recently eatenSo lately I decided I wanted to get rid of a lot of the greens that were sitting around in our fridge, some of which I don;t particularly care for raw - carrots, celery, spinach, etc. So I decided to Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Up North | Jul 19, 2013
- PILGRIMS HAVE MORE FUN: Four Days of Excess-- Err, HOLINESS.Oh yes, this blog was a thing I was doing. Hello, blog. I am back to write you. Let's pretend I wasn't ignoring your calls for six months?
Aww, you're so forgiving. That's why I love you.
So, SHIKOKU PILGRIMAGE. The big Posted by Niadra in I Can Haz Enlightenment? | Jul 15, 2013
- Where We Ate: MilanPizza Big
This place is in the same neighborhood as the apartment where we stayed and was recommended by our landlord. The pizzas here are great, with super thin crusts and a good variety of toppings.
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- And the trip begins...We'd booked flights a while ago to try and get cheaper fares, and Clancy'd decided for us that the bit extra we'd pay for Qantas was worth it. I tend to agree with him! Especially for the Posted by Goannaray in Tasmania in Winter with 2 Toddlers...!? | Jul 12, 2013
- Eating Out (With a Kid) in Northern Italy and TuscanyBefore I get into the specifics of where we ate, here are some general observations about eating out in northern Italy and Tuscany.
The first thing I should mention is that the restaurants were welcoming to families. We never got Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 9, 2013
- Unsafe Snacks Scottish EditionIRN BRU: Bright Fluoro-orange, saturated with sugar & caffeine, and at times banned in some countries due it its ingredients. Scotland’s national soft drink has a unique hard to describe flavour and is used as a flavour in sweets and Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Jul 4, 2013
- Scottish FoodScottish food can be intense(ly unhealthy) and I’m not sure our bodies have fully forgiven us yet, but in time they will understand our need to try local cuisine wherever we go.
Haggis, Neeps, and Tatties: Haggis is the world famous Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Jul 3, 2013
- Relics of Kings and Regimes[float=left][/float]Our host recommends that unless we feel like spending the bulk of our week waiting in traffic jams with frustrated, beefy Hungaria Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jul 3, 2013
- 粽子 and Chicken FeetThe first morning that I was with my host family, I woke up to delicious smells floating through the small apartment. My host 妈妈 (mama) was preparing breakfast . My host 美美 (meimei) sister explained that the rice dumpling, or Posted by calla.2014 in Rice For Breakfast | Jul 3, 2013
- Day 7 - Shopping, Rain and a lot of Food===Harajuku===
Having overslept, we set off at 11 and looked into the possibility of seeing some Japanese traditional theatre known as Kabuki; however there was none on today at the Japanese National Theatre.
We caught the metro, where we sto Posted by Roaming Rolts in Japan | Jun 27, 2013
- A Slice of (Italian) Life[float=left][/float]The heat of the last few days has made us feel more and more like doing less and less. Therefore, today was a day of sitting on t Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jun 27, 2013
- The Italian PartySadly, Ben was out of commission today. Not feeling well, he elected to spend the day recuperating at home. That meant that it became A Girl’s Day Out, with the remaining three of us making a plan. Knowing that the Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jun 27, 2013
- Dishes I've recently eatenFor the past two days I've expanded my breakfast to granola with peanuts and dried cherries added, mixed with plain coconut yogurt, along with vegetarian sausage, sliced peaches, and iced tea.
For lunch yesterday I had my salad and vegetarian ham/turke Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Up North | Jun 26, 2013
- Thaton to Chiang RaiOn the return trip to Tathon, we happened to be accompanied by a Russian, Jewish couple who emigrated to Australia some 18 years ago. This was their first real trip abroad, after being encouraged to hit the road Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Jun 26, 2013
- Settling downI arrived in Boston several hours late, so I changed my ticket for the next [[http://www.amtrakdowneaster.com/|Downeaster]] up to Portland. I met up with another young woman who had followed me off the [[http://www.mbta.com/|T]] while I was transferring s Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Up North | Jun 25, 2013
- Dunedin - Day 77We were in need of a shower (don't worry, I'm not saying each time we've had a shower, so we are pretty clean I promise!) so when we arrived in Dunedin this morning we found they had a local swimming Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Apr 9, 2013
- Summer 2012 Part VI - Spelunking, of sortsOur first stop of the day, after our adieu's to Ana at the airport and getting in Mr. Liu's van, was Mr. Liu's apartment complex. He forgot his drivers license and permit for driving tourists around at home. To quote Posted by katya42 in A Bibliophile Abroad | Jun 23, 2013
- Homesick, A Not Native Golden Rain Shower TreeIt’s as if the gold yellow blossoms fold over the memory of a distant land and hold it hanging, suspended in a season where no-one appears and no-one can quite recall what the landscape might have looked like, even under Posted by apersephone in The Sweet Bag of the Busy Bee | Jun 21, 2013
- Historic Downtown Los AngelesLos Angeles has a cricket complex! I stumbled upon this little known fact while investigating what I might want to see while I was visiting the city and of course been a cricket fan I was quite keen to go Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | May 10, 2013
- Yang Mei SeasonIt's yang mei season! Never heard of yang mei? Well, me either. You MAY have heard of yumberry which is what some companies have called it in the past, although if I had seen a package that Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Jun 15, 2013
- FINAL DESTINATIONAt a really cheap rate of $46 I got a direct flight, 1300 km long, from Thailand to Malaysia. Yup that's right, I'm in Malaysia. This is, unfortunately, the LAST stop on my summer journey. Luckily, I am ending my Posted by mayals in My Dream Trip Around the World | Jun 10, 2013
- THAILAND~~~Bangkok, Thailand..... My second last destination, how crazy! It was a $263 flight and 2213 km, but 7 hour and 15 minutes (including a layover of 1 hour and 25 minutes) I was in my second last destination! I Posted by mayals in My Dream Trip Around the World | Jun 10, 2013
- HELLO ASIA! :)As you can see, another blog, another place I visited. This was my first stop in Asia, Nepal!!! The flight from Brussels to Nepal, Kathmandu was 17 hour 55 minute flight with a 6 hour 45 minute layover. This long Posted by mayals in My Dream Trip Around the World | Jun 10, 2013
- Arthur's Pass to Franz Josef Glacier - Day 73Well, last night was freezing. Literally. The window screen on the van was frozen when we woke up and it was only 1 degrees, so it must have dropped below zero during the night. All night we kept waking up Posted by staceywaugh in Waughs around the World | Apr 5, 2013
- Paris - Places to see and things to eat!Only 2 hours and 16 minutes later, I am in Paris. It was only 344 km apart. Might I add that my first Chunnel experience was affordable ($190) and convenient and comfortable. I LOVE the fact that I didn't have Posted by mayals in My Dream Trip Around the World | Jun 9, 2013