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Summer Photo Challenge- Week 1

In my hands was my photo challenge for this week, and here it is. Obviously no filters were used, but I did use the good old self timer function, I’m a big fan of that, which is one reason I prefer actually cameras as opposed to camera phones. 103 more words


Welcome To Iwakuni!!! (Part One)

I know. I know. It’s basically been a month since I last blogged. I’m sorry. We took a couple of weeks off to see family. Between spending time with our families, no wifi, lousy cell service, getting sick and preparing for our move I didn’t have much of a chance to get on here. 1,619 more words

I Do And Adieu!

Visa Variations

It seems that every country has it’s own way of admitting or denying entry. In recent weeks these have been revised and changed in such a way as to make it harder to get across the border. 693 more words



Good day everyone! Thinking of applying your baby his/her Passport? Last July 3, 2015, Friday My Husband and I decided to get and apply my two years old baby her passport. 611 more words


Why passports are a disadvantage in South Africa

Since I arrived in South Africa in 2005 I’ve found that doing any dealings with banks, western union, letting agents, Insurance companies, furniture shops, post offices, security guards at most Johannesburg residential complexes and DHL (by DHL I mean all shipping companies) always leaves me with a sour taste in my mouth. 790 more words


For Greece, ‘Oxi’ Referendum Campaign Is Resonant of Anti-Nazi Resistance

On Oct. 28, 1940, an emissary of Benito Mussolini’s wartime government went to see Greece’s dictatorial leader, Ioannis Metaxas, to deliver an ultimatum: succumb to occupation by Italian troops massed on the Albanian border or face a brutal invasion. 527 more words


Could Adding a Small Fee to Airline Tickets Solve Europe’s Migration Crisis?

Since 2006, the French government has added a small surcharge to the cost of every flight leaving France. For customers, the increase in cost is so tiny — usually around 1 euro for coach tickets and only up to 4 euros for business class — that it’s all but invisible. 738 more words