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Prague: Buskers and Bubbles

One thing is for sure….Prague is Bustling with Buskers (and Artists), and especially Buskers With Bubbles

All there to entertain the visitors, and hopefully to make a bit of money. 175 more words


Bulgarian Beauty

As part of my series of posts lately of far-flung countries, below is another one of my favourites. This is also from the Grand Patroness of the Collection. 54 more words


My phone tells stories: We all walk this earth feeling like frauds

2015, you have been one crazy, crazy year. And you stil are, in fact. I feel like I only manage to get hold of very few of the colourful balloons that swirling over my head and over… 523 more words


Windy Liepāja - Western Latvia

February, 2015

A wonderful city albeit much smaller than Riga and quite relaxed to walk around in, Liepāja is known locally as “The city where the wind is born”…just walk to the seafront and you’ll experience this first hand! 728 more words


Cutting off Crimea

On Sunday, saboteurs in Ukraine’s southern Kherson region blew up one of the electrical towers that carries the main power lines from the mainland into Crimea, cutting those lines and leaving the Russian-claimed peninsula without electricity. 533 more words


Latvia's Impressive Riga

February, 2015

As there are no real borders these days, you’d think that travelling across the border from Estonia and in to Latvia would be easy and without any hassles, right? 1,252 more words

Budget Travel

Turnip Paprikash

RECIPE #113, DAY #134

ORIGINAL RECIPE: “Turnip Paprikash” from Greene on Greens, by Bert Greene, my favorite cookbook author*

TIMING: 25 minutes, but mostly spent simmering… 192 more words

Side Dish