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Desperate English Housewife in Washington, chapter 589

Funny things I hear in the USA…

I hear funny things like this, in the school playground to me….

‘Oh you’re going back to England? What season is it there right now? 118 more words


Reborn Kyoto | Rwanda

Shortly after I arrived in Kigali, I was introduced to a charity organization and social club called Africa International Club (AIC) – Rwanda. Funds raised through outings and events go to support local projects. 357 more words



Mont Blanc with a cloud crowning the top.

Traffic started to move slowly. We had now been sitting watching through the windshield the snow fall for over three hours. 859 more words


Carnevale and the other side of Venice

Carnevale is a celebration in Venice, lasting several weeks and ending with the beginning of the Lenten season on Ash Wednesday.  During this period, festival goers can take part in varied levels of participation, from purely observers, to donning masks and/or wacky hats, to full, outlandish, tacky, and beautiful costumes.   830 more words


Asiago, you've redeemed yourself!

Living in close proximity to the mountains allows us to live a double life, even over a short weekend.  A few weekends ago, we spent our Saturday riding up and down the gentle hills of Monte Berico in Vicenza.   380 more words


Pictures of Oaxaca, San Cristobal and Palenque Surrounding Area

Today won’t be much of a post, it is mostly just pictures of the last few places. I got food poisoning on vacation, and there is nothing else that I want more than to be with my husband at home. 82 more words


Somewhere in The Blue Caribbean Sea

     On this  date, forty one years ago, the islands of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique became a tri-island state! Due to the persistence and tenacity of then Premier, the honorable Sir Eric Matthew Gairy, this former  British Crown colony earned it’s place amongst fellow independent Caribbean states, and became the first of the Winward or Leeward islands to become a sovereign state. 2,317 more words

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