Old Spice

16 Jul 19
My Side of Paradise

Food Everyone told me that British food was bland at best and awful on average. I disagree. Like every country, some dishes are better than others. Admittedly, fish and chips — the quintessence of British cuisine to foreigners — is rather dull. Peas, potatoes, carrots, beans, or another vegetable were served with dinner, often boiled […]

16 Jul 19
Left Bank Magazine

Words x Kristyn Potter | Edits x Charlie Carroll I discovered French musician Agop through a new site that we use for submissions — Groover — and after hearing a bit of his music, I knew that I wanted to dig in more. We scheduled a “bilingual interview” for a Saturday afternoon on WhatsApp, and […]

16 Jul 19
diapermericht

Mega Man Anniversary Collection (USA) ISO < PS2 ISOs ※ Download: Download mega man anniversary collection ps2 iso Mega Man Anniversary Collection Download Game It’s the original state of the these games that makes it so engaging and few will have any complaints here as the gameplay elements that were so successful back then are […]

16 Jul 19
Star enterprise

Dubai, Emirate of Dubai – United Arab Emirates   Duration: 4 days Maximum Number Of Travelers: 9 Prices Start At   ₹ 16,100  INR /  232 $ USD Culture in Dubai is rooted in Islamic traditions that form UAE National’s lifestyles. It is highly important that when tourists visit Dubai they must respect and behave suitably, as the […]

16 Jul 19
Cheyanne's Dinner Activities

Does anyone else have the problem of their kids constantly wanting snacks instead of eating supper? Never mind the fact I’m cooking supper or better yet I just cleaned it up! Famous words from a child. HA! Finding food that my children will eat is a never ending battle. My oldest will eat anything and […]

16 Jul 19
Alex Kocman

If you ever want to see what a room full of tired men looks like, go to the closest pastors’ conference. Of course, in any room full of pastors, you’re bound to find a mix, from fresh graduates to veterans, fauxhawks to receding hairlines—each gray head a crown for a lifetime of leadership and love. […]

16 Jul 19
Travel and Adventure 101

July 14 It was day for us to explore temples, forts and spice shops. Our first stop was the much anticipated Rat Temple. Almost all of us were game to enter. We made sure to put on socks, as none of us were willing to go barefoot. The belief and understanding of the people in […]

16 Jul 19
2019 Major Reno

It was a slow week because the guys had to finish up another job. It was a shame too – they came after it rained which means I had to clean up the water that came into the house – again. Not the first time I’ve said it, but I’ll be glad once the house […]

16 Jul 19
John Midkiff

A few months back, I headed down to Myrtle Beach for my daughter’s cheer competition. Not a bad drive, right about seven and a half hours. I figured I could work all day Friday and leave right after work at five or so o’clock and be fine to drive. A few people said I was being crazy, they said I would get tired driving, I should just take the day off. Of course, in truly belligerent Marine fashion, I refused all advice. I made a plan, and as the week progressed, I kept planning to do some laundry and pack so I could leave straight from work and not have to have to drive all night….Yeah, you see where this is going, huh? I failed miserably at the very first part of my plan, turns out that would be the story of the weekend.

16 Jul 19
NATION AND STATE

Ah, Southeast Asia—an eclectic fusion of 11 countries, 20,000 islands, and countless unique cultures coexisting and thriving in one divine corner of the Asian continent. Ancient temples, unspoiled beaches, lush forests, culinary delights, and affordable prices await all those who venture east, not to mention the tropical weather. And of all the countries in the […]

16 Jul 19
Mike's Travel Blog

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. A visit to the island of Zanzibar has always high been on my bucket list, having heard many times of the great sandy beaches along with atmosphere of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Stone Town, and this desire was only further increased after my […]

16 Jul 19
The Kiwi & The Kraut

When we left our hotel to get dinner we realised we had landed in India. There were Indian restaurants, shops, beauty salons, and any number of other enterprises all around us. The sounds of Bollywood were leaking out of shops and mingling with the smells of exotic spices and burning incense. We had Indian for […]

16 Jul 19
Old Man Metal's Musings

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16 Jul 19
*Kus Semangat!

I was invited to a birthday lunch, Mama Tina’s 99th Birthday, earlier this year and was awed by this Cafe that served buffet Peranakan food that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. I decided to gather a few of my old friends who took time-off to savour and bond over good food. The deal […]

16 Jul 19
Have Spirits Will Travel

EMPERY noun pl. em·per·ies Absolute dominion or jurisdiction; sovereignty. In the past two years since I began drinking Foursquare rums, I have been able to enjoy it while planning, executing and celebrating milestones in my life. Criterion was there when I took a work transfer that ultimately allowed me to shape my own professional identity as […]