It’s the Christmas season. That means it’s camera time, because you won’t see this much nighttime splashing of color again until July 4, and that’s only if we’re all still around come Mayan dawn on December 21 (remember — those west of the International Dateline get it first). Taking pictures of Christmas lights requires special […]
Savipools is one of the leading pool facility providing companies in Kuwait. Along with pool facility they also provide with installation and supply of fountains, steam and sauna rooms. They have a group of professionals who are trained to create the best according to the requirements. There employees are best engineers, architects or skilled professionals. […]
Florence is a city that is truly full to the brim with culture, history, cuisine and some spectacular views, so much so that it can become overwhelming trying to fit everything in.
Hey Everyone, If you’ve been following me on my Instagram (@ciaraaglynn) you’ll know that I have just gotten back from a trip to New York. Ive had lots of questions about the trip so I just thought id put a little blog post together with all the info. So here we go… We first booked […]
Sushil Mantri’s flagship luxury undertaking, Mantri Espana,offers 5BHK, 7BHK, 8BHK, and penthouses ranging from 5,965 sq ft to 10,245 sqft. The project will be spread across 13.5 acres offering 339 units in threestages with internal divisions between blocks A to M.
WELCOME to Monday December 17, 2018. Bumper Stickers…… * We have enough youth, how about a fountain of Smart? * He who laughs last thinks slowest.😱 * Auntie Em, Hate you, hate Kansas, taking the dog…Dorothy * Time is what keeps everything from happening at once. * I get enough exercise just pushing my luck. […]
Finding His Roar by Megan Slayer Sanctuary, Book 6 SuperNova Indie Publishing M/M, Anal Sex, Masturbation Contemporary, Paranormal, Erotic Romance Novella (130 pages) Art by Kris Norris Breaking down and asking for help could be the key to his salvation. Chris isn’t like the shifters at Sanctuary. Born in a zoo and on the run […]
Still covered in bites, the best/worst night bus so far, another hilly town, local Bolivian baked pastries, more ‘miradors’, Parisian landmarks, another visit to the cemetery, ice cream, visiting a real life Jurassic Park, having dinner in Roberto’s lounge and moving onto the actual capital…
Back in early 2018, my mates –Rini and Andika– and I had a Sydney trip. I think that was the farthest, the longest, and one of the fantastic journeys I had this year. We experienced tremendous and sad things during the trip. Now I am going to tell some places we visited. I will rate […]
Another man made island with the world’s largest Ferris wheel, Caesar’s Palace, and stunning architecture, Bluewaters Island, has opened in Dubai.
Thanks for joining me! Today’s comfort is in knowing that I am not alone. While some journey begins and ends like a walk around the park, with the wistful sprinkling of the fountains, the tree-shaded benches, the cool gust of wind in your face, and the dancing array of shapes, forms and colors before your […]
Google Earth 1744 Ottoman Bayn al-Qasrayn This is the tall building you see in the middle of the street if you are facing north. Abd al-Rahman Katkhuda was a Mamluk Amir under the Ottomans who built all over Cairo. This building has both Mamluk and Ottoman influence and is a good example of a common […]
I knew you’d stay Without question When we saw That buck In our street Standing still And majestic Near the fountain Covered Out front On a night Where stars fell dim Though they shimmered Bright For that moment As he gazed Revealing forever Through a stare So peaceful It hurt Leaving us Quiet and weak […]
A fundraising dinner for the proposed national cathedral has been scheduled for 28 December 2018, and, according to Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Chairman of the Fundraising Committee of the 13-member National Cathedral Board of Trustees, a table at the dinner will cost $10,000 while a chair will cost $1,000. “… Everybody, buy a ticket for the […]
With Christmas Eve only a week away, I’m trying to get myself in the festive mood. There have been Christmas songs aplenty, talk of films (even if I’ve not gotten round to watching any – the US Office has put that on the back-burner) and Christmas parties. I may even have eaten Christmas pudding for […]