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An interim radar report ….

June 26, 2016 by The Dog on Dog Blog, Poitou Charentes

Our paws stumble over the keys this evening, so months and months out of practice are we, but we will give it our best, as always,… Read more…

An interim radar report ….

Plastic Bottles & Confused Fish.

November 28, 2016 by KeithBarrettGolf on Golf in Portugal, Lisbon

Here’s an unusual confession: it’s exactly fifteen weeks since I last watched television. Well if I’m honest that’s not entirely true as I’ve occasionally watched golf… Read more…

Plastic Bottles & Confused Fish.

Must-See Churches in Mexico City

November 25, 2016 by The Angloinfo Mexico City Blog Team on Mexico City In Images, Mexico City

Whether you are religious or not, churches are often worth a visit for their stunning architecture and opulent decoration. On hot days, taking refuge in a… Read more…

Must-See Churches in Mexico City

To Brunch or Not to Brunch – the Parisian Way

November 18, 2016 by Rita 2G on My Paris Awakening, Paris & Ile-de-France

Sunday is a magical day in the city of lights. Everything slows down, and apart from some sport addicts running around the park you almost don’t… Read more…

To Brunch or Not to Brunch – the Parisian Way

Tapas, wine and walks around Jumilla

November 21, 2016 by Sue on Jumilla Journal, Costa Cálida

November can be a dreary, rainy month where we don’t feel inclined to do very much. However, if you can drag yourself out of the house,… Read more…

Tapas, wine and walks around Jumilla

November 3, 2016 is “Culture Day” public holiday in Japan

November 2, 2016 by AngloINFO Tokyo Jeff on Being An Expat In Tokyo – It is What You Make of It, Tokyo

The present Constitution of Japan was officially made public in 1946. Two years later, the date was made into a holiday to uphold the ideals of… Read more…

November 3, 2016 is “Culture Day” public holiday in Japan

A night at the Robot Restaurant

November 1, 2016 by Susan Dalzell on Tales from Tokyo, Tokyo

Let’s talk about the Robot Restaurant, a tourist attraction that has gathered many of the intensely Japanese elements of Tokyo and rolled them up into a… Read more…

A night at the Robot Restaurant

Too good, fellas: Carbone, Hong Kong

October 27, 2016 by Finefooddude on Fine Food Dude, Hong Kong

Originally posted on finefooddude.com and reproduced with permission:   “In prison, dinner was always a big thing. We had a pasta course, then we had a meat or… Read more…

Too good, fellas: Carbone, Hong Kong

No Fixed Address

October 23, 2016 by Mexpatted on More Adventures in Expatting, Mexico City

Mexpatted waxes philosophic about her ambiguous address in Mexico City. This is a repost from a few years ago, and in the time since then the… Read more…

No Fixed Address

Open Gardens / Jardins Ouverts

October 18, 2016 by Madge on Giving in France, France

Garden tours while doing good? Tell me more! I was outside in my potager this week, pulling off another revolting-looking tomato (thanks blight) and cursing the stupid… Read more…

Open Gardens / Jardins Ouverts
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