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Traveling in Time

I spent four days in Budapest last week. It’s a beautiful old town with breath-taking historical buildings and a romantic river, meandering through the heart of the city. 323 more words


Second Half First by Drusilla Modjeska

Before I started reading Drusilla Modjeska’s Second Half First, my father-in-law asked me what it was about, and I couldn’t give a good answer about what I expected. 439 more words

Book Review

Give Happiness A Chance!



You would definitely feel delighted on knowing that the book of Phil Bosmans continues to spread happiness everywhere!


The title of the book is very interesting. 205 more words


Happy Thanksgiving

If you’ve followed me very long, you’ve probably noticed that I don’t usually acknowledge holidays. If you’ve never read my blog before, first of all, Hi. 203 more words


Tale of a Zamindar

     We had a zamindari system in India where the aristocrats held enormous tracts of the land and held control over peasant. They were considered to be equivalent to lords and barons. 926 more words


review: My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem

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Thank you to NetGalley and Random House for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I greatly appreciated the chance to read this book! 403 more words

Traveling Abroad Part 112 - England

August 13, 1966:  The distance from Paris to London was less than 225 miles as the crow flies, but in the days before the Chunnel, we had to take a boat across the English Channel, which took all night.  755 more words