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BULA! Time to Learn Some Fijian!

When visiting Fiji, I was fortunate enough to immerse myself in their culture for about two weeks. During that time, I was able to learned a few helpful phrases in their language. 63 more words

Psalm 118, 13 Apr 14 - Palms

An educational sign in the new Red Garden of our wonderful National Botanic Gardens tells us they are not sure if palms growing in remote corners of the Kimberley, like those depicted here, were native to Australia or imported with aboriginal people many thousands of years ago. 427 more words

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Mango Lassi Kum Popsicle Combo Deal - Guest Post

Ahh my first invitation for a guest post..such a privilege! I’m elated!! It’s like walking the red carpet. Well it’s my first time so come on now I’m allowed to feel this way. 406 more words

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Boys in sulus - skirts for men

Fijian boys singing a hymn in church. It is customary for boys and men sit on one side of the church, and girls and women on the other.

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Beetroot Thoran – a Keralan stir fry with beets, greens and coconut - Guest post by Skinny Chef De Cuisine

Khawateeno hazraat! Ladies and gentlemen! Please take your seats, sit back and relax! Today I have a very special guest..a sweetheart of a fellow blogger friend/wordpress family of mine Dhanya of… 527 more words

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Aloo Masala For Dosa (Potato Filling For Fermented Crepe)

As I compose this post there’s a Hindi song playing in my head “auntyji auntyji get up and dance”! Todays recipe of Aloo Masala for Dosa is courtesy Manjula aunty. 409 more words

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Khaidu (Seasoned Yoghurt)

As promised here’s my mother-in-law Satish’s recipe for Khaidu/seasoned yoghurt which goes well as an accompaniment for pulaos and biryanis.

I am having a serene moment today but let me warn you there’s no major babbling bass just some minor bakwaas.😌I am sitting here gazing into my crystal ball🔮trying to tap into my 7 crucial Chakras. 225 more words

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