Blossom Bucket

22 Apr 19
The Dundee Watch

There are lots of places around Dundee that I like – Though, Dundee has been my home for nigh on twenty years and I know all of it’s corners well. It is even pleasanter, I think, now that spring is [I]sprunging[/I] up. There are flowers out in the Plains and meadows, and the bos are […]

22 Apr 19
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22 Apr 19
What a Trip

BY ANNIE BLACK I recently traveled to our nation’s capital, Washington DC. The sites to see were amazing, the people were all so kind, and the food was wonderful. If you’re looking to plan a trip to DC, there are some things you should put at the top of your to do list while you […]

22 Apr 19
The Australian

The Blossom Ballroom at The Hollywood Roosevelt hotel is only a bit bigger than a tennis court. It is decorated in a vaguely Moorish style, with white walls and large lanterns dangling over an enormous patterned rug. There are no hordes of tourists tramping through it, no Instagrammers searching for the perfect vantage point, but this is still hallowed ground for the industry that defines Los Angeles. Ninety years ago the first Oscars ceremony was held in here.

22 Apr 19
Tread Lightly, Retire Early

Happy Earth Day! I had a hard time deciding what to write about today because it feels like such an important one. As you all have probably – hopefully – figured out by now, I’m a little bit obsessed with living a sustainable life (hey, it’s even the name of this blog). Because of that, […]

22 Apr 19
No Haiku For You

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22 Apr 19
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It has been some months to our relationship. We are so happy together. We fight each other every day. A single day never goes, we haven’t fought each other. But we have come to know that after each and every conflict, we are coming more closer to each other. It makes us think about the […]

21 Apr 19
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Seville’s rich heritage results from the melding of a myriad of cultures including Phoenician, Roman, Visigoth, Arab, and Jewish. Located in southwestern Spain, Seville is a 2.5-hour train ride from Madrid or a 1.75-hour flight from Barcelona. Birth place of Flamenco, the city is also the inspiration for countless operas including Carmen, Don Giovanni and […]

21 Apr 19
Sydneysunnysideup's Blog

DISTANCE:  45.6 KM STEPS:  65,600 FLOORS CLIMBED:  377 The Nakasendo Trail in the mountainous Japanese Alps region follows the route through the old postal towns that linked Kyoto and Tokyo several centuries ago. It is now a well trodden path catering for the slightly more intrepid trekking community. There are numerous companies that organise the […]

21 Apr 19
Adventures of a Digitabulist

For a few years now, I’ve wanted to visit Durham Botanic Gardens but I’ve never had the chance. In fact, back in December, I listed the attraction as part of my adventure bucket list. With a day off work, a forecast for a cloudy but dry day and nothing else planned, I suggested that my […]

21 Apr 19
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21 Apr 19
The Occasional Nomads

Wishing a Happy Easter to all who celebrate! And, for those celebrating Passover, chag Pesach sameach! The grands colored eggs yesterday and had a small egg and candy hunt this morning (we supplied the egg dye and some Japanese Easter-themed KitKats). In a short while we are going to get together with our son and […]