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One Hell of a Budget

Prompt Day #293: Sketch a humorous conversation involving the devil’s accountant.

One Hell of a Budget


“Hello, Lucifer? This is Arnie Goldstein, your accountant. I wanted to touch base with you on your recent budget changes.” 437 more words

Writing Challenge

Castles and spa day

12th April- Fussen- 10km

This has been one of my favourite days so far. I cycled 5km or so to the ticket desk and purchased my combo ticket for  Neuschwanstein (the one that inspired the Disney castle) and the other one opposite it (Hohenschwangau). 497 more words

Black Forest bathing

Caracalla Therme (Baden-Baden, Germany)

So good they named it twice, Baden-Baden is one of those lovely historic spa towns that still makes big business from its natural hot springs. 563 more words


Szechenyi Baths of Budapest - Spa Paradise

In my previous post about things to do in Budapest I mentioned to go to the thermal baths, but I left it without any visual confirmation. 287 more words

How hot is hot?

As we’re planning on reviewing quite a few saunas we thought it best to come up with a reviewing framework to make sure our judgements are vaguely consistent. 134 more words


Wellness Benefits of Infrared Saunas Shown by Infrared Sauna Reviews

For centuries, people have regarded heat as beneficial to health. Doctors often prescribed warmer climates for ailing patients, or sent them to natural hot springs baths to “take the waters” and benefit from what was considered their restorative powers. 52 more words


The Low Maintenance Cost of Using Infrared Saunas

Traditional saunas produce a lot of heat and require large amounts of water to work properly. This may result in a higher than expected water and power bill, and it doesn’t provide you with the best experience for your money. 91 more words