USA travel stories- San Francisco

Originally posted on theavocadogirlblog:
San Francisco lovingly called “Frisco” was my first encounter with the most coveted land on planet Earth,The United States Of America. Everybody wants to go to the US it seems! If they say they don’t,they ?are clearly lying. Your visa experience can easily validate that statement. So yes,I too, for long,…

USA – Travel on a budget (Part 1)

Originally posted on elsie.has.a.hobby:
Credit: Express.co.uk Last Christmas my husband and I went for our honeymoon in USA. We felt blessed that we were able to go there. Not only that tourist visa is difficult to obtain for Vietnamese, but also the cost, the language barrier and the distance to travel half of…

True beauty 💐💐

Originally posted on neha98blog:
photo credit=Pintetest People often try to change their appreances to look good,lip surgeries etc.How can i think that in this world,True beauty gets appreciated?Teenage girls look up to another teenage girl who look good using lip surgeries,It is absouletly her life,But she is ?famous person,she is a inspirtion to many…

Till the last breath by Durjoy Dutta:My thoughts on it

Originally posted on neha98blog:
our lives are so short,and love brings a peace of heaven to everyone,even to the dying one.We pass our day somehow,we have to get through other day.we are not counting the blessings of being alive.Pihu,one of the protaganists,A beautiful hearted,Intellegent girl and the bad boy known by world two following…

Travel Diary: Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Originally posted on Far Beyond The Jewels:
We booked our flight to go to Florida to visit my husband’s grandma and other family members who haven’t met our sweet little babe yet. While we were there, we decided to go to Disney since it was close by.  We only went to Disney’s Magic Kingdom for one…

Travel Diary: London

Originally posted on GoTravelGlobal:
5 days in London is far from enough. This city is full of places to see and things to experience. However 5 days is just enough to fall in love again with the lively city. London, I will return one day and hopefully that day will be sooner than later! Day…

The Benefits of Yoga

Originally posted on The Literate Lurcher:
The vet says I have heart disease, but I don’t believe him… In this picture, I’m the one doing the Yogic flying. Does that look like heart disease to you?

5 treasures I found in my Yoga Teacher Training

Originally posted on Estelea's Blog:
When I enrolled to Pascale Wettstein’s Yoga Teacher Training (YTT), it was all for shaping my body. I had no idea I would learn so much about shaping my life … Invaluable Mindfulness I have started to appreciate the meaning of “being present” while practicing yoga poses. After all the hours I…

Let’s walk to the basic with Yoga.

Originally posted on Yoga with Sadhana:
? When my Yoga journey started i didnt know why it was turning to permaculture.. But isn’t it natural to happen when you are grateful to nature for creating you and holding you every moment? You want to live and retain the same friendship with nature as it holds with…

Zero Waste – Yoga: Using a biodegradable yogamat

Originally posted on Life of unlearning:
I’ve been doing yoga for more than a year now I think, somewhat consistently. I remember my first yoga practice in 7th grade as part of my physical education and I was far from convinced. Then I remember doing a few yoga classes when I was in 10th and…

Yoga Ball Chair For Health

Originally posted on At Koko's Place:
My second ball. A new ball about every 10-ish years. Not bad. Switching out a “chair” for a yoga ball! What?! Yep, that’s exactly what I did. I use a yoga ball daily for not only exercise but to “sit” on! I’m always looking for ways to be…

7 Days of Yoga

Originally posted on K E Garland:
Royalty Free Pixabay Yoga sparks my creativity. I’m sure there’s some scientific/spiritual rationale of which I’m unaware, but for me, the proof is production. With all my Unhappy Wife marketing, it became challenging to write anything new, so I decided to engage in seven days of yoga. Consequently, I…

Squirrel Yoga

Originally posted on The Chicago Files:
I have to tell you that the squirrels here in Chicago are quite an interesting lot!  This little guy was mere steps from me when he literally stared at me as if he was intently listened to every word I said!  Speaking of words, I chatted away asking him…

3 Pictures that capture 70th Indian Independence Day in Jaipur

Originally posted on JaipurThruMyLens:
As we celebrate  India’s 70th  Independence Day today, let me share with you 3 images from Jaipur that captures this occasion. Small kid in army uniform with Indian flag in his hands. I shot the above picture at a recently held “Know your army” exhibition in Jaipur on Indian Independence Day.…

Secrets to Book Discount Airline Tickets

Originally posted on Global Travel Technology:
Booking Discount Airline tickets ain’t any rocket science. It is quite simple if you follow the tried and tested methods mentioned in this post. These secrets have been revealed by expert budget travelers that will help you in finding the best cheap airline flights. Flying out of USA or…

The Land of Enchantment

Originally posted on A Boy and Her Dog:
New Mexico landscape Pico Iyer wrote “We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next, to find ourselves.” in two weeks Donna and I will be going on an eleven day trip to New Mexico. It is the first time we’ve traveled together in two years.…

Day 55: Seychelles – Visa for Philippine Passport

Originally posted on confessionsofagirlwanderer:
Applying for a visa is one of the challenges a traveler would face. Having a Philippine passport, I keep on looking for those countries I could go to without the hassle of visa application. Upon learning that Seychelles give visa upon arrival, I decided to pack my bag and spend a…

The Traveler Who Lacks Courage

Originally posted on MyLostSideBlog:
Today I wanted to talk you about something that has been on my mind recently. Courage. To be specific courage to travel. Now you may think how can the starting travel blogger be struggling with something so simple. Well any problem isn’t small if it prevents you from doing what you…

Life’s little scratch ticket wins

Originally posted on Musings of a Gen Joneser:
The other day I was getting ready for a short trip, and I went online to print out my airline ticket. I was delighted to see the TSA Pre-check designation on it. Pre-check means that you can go through a shorter, faster security line without removing your…

Fly Away to the Chocolate City- Washington D.C.

Originally posted on Cheap Flights Fares:
Washington D.C., the capital of USA, was founded on 1790. The city was formed after the states of Virginia and Maryland donated land for this specific purpose. The pre-existing establishments of Alexandria and Georgetown were included in the creation of this federal district. Grab a few cheap airline tickets…

3 Days in Banff in late October

Originally posted on Travel Often Adventure Always:
When my husband and his friend went to a Mariner’s game and got 50% Alaska Airlines tickets I had no idea where to choose to go. We had to book that same day and so someone said “why not Banff“? And we all said LET’S DO IT! Before…

Please Stop Telling Me You’re Jealous of Me

Originally posted on The Rambling Mermaid:
I’m sick of people telling me they are jealous of me or how “lucky” I am. I mean, it’s nice to know that I’m doing something worthy of being jealous of but I’ve always felt that jealousy is a weak emotion. I think?that one of humanity’s biggest weaknesses is…

Win A Trip To Denmark

Originally posted on Bon Voyage:
A very simple contest and you can win a free trip to Denmark ! The Grand Prize includes: Airline tickets for two; Five nights at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen and Guided tour of Copenhagen’s cutting-edge architecture. You can participate here. And do not forget to follow my photo-blog.

Post-Paros Musings

Originally posted on BramLevinson.com:
I am sitting poolside at Margarita Studios, the location where we have spent the last ten days practicing yoga, sharing meals, laughing, bonding and basking in the Parian energy that keeps me coming back with different groups of friends and students year after year. It is always emotional for me…

EUROPEAN TRAIN TRIPS

Originally posted on MUGEN.travel.photos.writings.:
Back in the spring of 2010, my mother, sister and myself travel from Frankfurt to Interlaken by train, it was my first journey by speed train in Europe. The whole experience was amazing and up to certain extend I was addicted to train travels. Since then, I always…

So you want to travel? Here’s how

Originally posted on Pam Grout:
“The power of gathering inspires us, delightfully, to be more hopeful, more joyful, more thoughtful: in a word, more alive.” –Alice Waters My vision for this blog is to celebrate what’s possible. To remind myself (and anyone who cares to read along) of all that’s going right in the world.…

How To Plan A Perfect Weekend

Originally posted on Casual Chic Wife:
If you travel as much as I do because of work or otherwise, I’m sure you also crave for extra time to catch up on cooking, sleeping, finishing a book or trying your hand at a new hobby. Or there could be days when you want to escape home…

The Portugal Adventure – Into the Wild Blue Yonder

Originally posted on The Portugal Years:
I looked at the thin envelope. Good news or bad? Was he going to dump me? Then I tore it open. That undersized missive felt ominous as I opened the letter. Then I saw the rest of the story. The Portugal team was taking a group of teens to Germany for…

Taking Flight

Originally posted on Rochelle Wisoff-Fields-Addicted to Purple:
I’ve been given the opportunity to be interviewed on The Writer’s Block Radio Show. It’s a weekly program that, according to the creators, brings writers and readers together every Thursday night.  My interview is scheduled for Thursday, November 17th at 7:00 PM Pacific Time.  You can listen to…

Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Magic (of flying)

Originally posted on Cee's Photo Challenges:
Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Magic.  I can’t think of anything more alluring than when we human being started to fly commercially. Eastern Airlines from the 1960s. Photo taken at Aurora Airport, Oregon. WWII plane in the…

United Airlines screws everyone

Originally posted on Why Evolution Is True:
Several venues, including Fortune and PuffHo, report that as of January, customers flying in the cheapest seats on United Airlines will no longer be able to put their luggage in the overhead bins, but will be restricted to carry-on items that fit below the seat. Since United already…

Two Ways Preaching Can Be Dangerous

Originally posted on 21st Century Sojourner:
Calvin Coolidge wisely expressed it: “One of the first lessons a president has to learn is that every word he says weighs a ton.” And so do those of the preacher! -G. C. Jones. When I first began in the ministry over twenty years ago, I did not excel…

The Hidden Dangers of Botany

Pursuit of botany starts off innocently enough: maybe you are a gardener interested in learning about plant biology, maybe you are a survivalist wanting to learn about edible plants, or maybe you are a wildlife lover who wants to attract hummingbirds to your yard. Whatever the reason, you need to make sure you are fully…

Tinkerbell’s home

A fairy’s twinkle Touched poor heart Lost, bewildered Stops and starts Looking for her abode To return in kind affection received Love left behind Crossed seven seas Could not find Fairy and … Source: Tinkerbell’s home

4 Line Stories: The Adventurers 

Originally posted on Syl65's Blog:
After making sure the coast was clear They decided to make a break for it Mom was asleep, kids will be kids? They were off for the adventure of a lifetime? * photo courtesy of pixabay.com

An Adventure!

Originally posted on A Dog's Life? (Stories of me and him):
Carol took Ray and I on an adventure for my birthday! One of her nieces recommended a small town named Alton because, apparently, it was a lovely little town in a very rural part of Ontario. Carol did a little research on it…

Top Tips For New Bloggers| Lifestyle

5 months ago, SlightlyVoguish was created. In all honesty, blogging was harder than i thought it would be. Engagement did not come quick and it took time for people to find my blog. All of these aspects of blogging were popping questions into my mind, “Is my blog even good enough?, “are people even going…

5 Ways to Improve Lifestyle 

Originally posted on ohitsonlysteven:
Before I get properly started, I would like to apologise for my lack of activity & consistency with publishing new material. Over the last few months, I’ve been preoccupied with a series of other commitments – not to mention quite a lot of stress which, largely, has motivated the subject of…

Vintage dress

Originally posted on DARLY – LIFESTYLE BLOG:
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to share with you a look that I’ve been loving throughout this Summer. The main piece of this look is this beutiful cream lace dress. I love many things about it, the first thing is its shape…

Old and Abandoned – The Titanic

Originally posted on Syberspatial:
I have a fascination of old and abandoned things. Things that are old and abandoned have a story to tell, they’ve been somewhere, maybe done something and that story can turn something relatively worthless into something of value. This si the start of a new feature where I will put before…

Halloween Challenge – Graveyards

Originally posted on SNIPS & SNAPS:
The Italian boy who drowned in 1921 (now headless) Mario’s grave The grave with the tree growing on it The tomb that slides open Lean on each other nettles amongst the headstones Part of JNWS Halloween challenge: Graveyards All these photos were taken at Southampton Common Old Cemetery, England.…

NOT THAT TITANIC…

Originally posted on A WINDOW INTO THE WOODS:
THIS GUY WAS NOT A PORTER WORKING ABOARD THE TRAGIC SHIP… “TITANIC” IS HIS ACTUAL NAME…HE WAS A VERY, VERY LARGE BABY AT BIRTH AND HIS MOTHER DEMANDED THAT HE BE GIVEN A NAME THAT SUMMED UP HIS SIZE. HE HAS SINCE GONE ON TO A CAREER…

Ireland – Cobh, Queenstown and the Titanic

Originally posted on Have Bag, Will Travel:
“I cannot imagine any condition which would cause a ship to founder. I cannot conceive of any vital disaster happening to this vessel.  Modern shipbuilding has gone beyond that.” – Captain Edward Smith “You could actually walk miles along the decks and passages covering different ground all the time.…

Thursday’s Doors ~ 1776 flag by door

Originally posted on witlessdatingafterfifty:
This old German Village home has a neat, modern look with brick red pots, one on each step. Well-kept lawn with trimmed bushes, brick laid sidewalk, steps of cement, black rod iron fence and simple black door, all make me feel pleasantly satisfied with my door today. Go check out the…

Tanka:Life is So Beautiful…

Originally posted on MyChoice360:
Explore life’s meaning; Take break from your dull routine; Travel and venture , You will Start realizing – Life is just so beautiful ! ©Ismath? In response to the Tanka Challenge held by Kiwinana from The Ramblings of a Writer?

How An Ordinary Girl Became An Explorer

Originally posted on Big Blue Planet:
There are only a few things in life that are certain but whether I was born to be a traveler was not one of them. Are travelers born or made- who knows I can’t remember back that far nor does it truly matter. In my opinion all that matters…

A Need to Explore

Originally posted on Imagining the Trail:
Everyone has a basic need to explore…The weather is perfect, new friends and experiences await you…Get Outside. Humpback Rocks, Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia.

There are so many trails to explore

Originally posted on The life of B:
At Sir Harold Hillier Arboretum and Gardens in Hampshire it can be difficult to know which way to go. Set in 180 acres the gardens have the largest collection of hardy shrubs and trees in the world as well as 14 national collections. The gardens began life in…

Taal: A Place to Explore

Originally posted on FoodFace:
       Last August 23, 2016, our school had an immersion at Taal. A rainy and sunny day to feel the beauty of it. Taal is one of the provinces of Batangas. It is commonly known because of its ancestral houses and because of the Taal Volcano. Taal is also…

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Blue

Originally posted on Dutch goes the Photo!:
Welcome to the 17th edition of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!  Last week’s topic of close-up photography produced some wonderful results ranging from Nature to man-made across the spectrum of subjects. For this week’s challenge, I’d like you to explore a color: Blue.   As we’ve seen with other…

Crush The Status Quo & Explore.

Originally posted on MikeTreks:
Today’s explorers have a small problem; every things been found. The word explorer conjures up images of men on ships centuries ago blasting through the seven seas and discovering new lands. You’re struggling to think of any modern day explorers right? Well, modern day explorers do exist, and they’re all over…

I hope…

Originally posted on neha98blog:
picture credit=Pinterest I hope your fiftes mean going back to school or staring yoga,I hope your forties include falling in love with child,parter or someone new,I hope you stay up all night laughing,Dancing your heart out even when you know your dancing is crap.I wish in your thirties you learn…

Wildlife of Kenai Peninsula

Originally posted on Jet Eliot:
Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, Moose Amid the craggy mountains and massive icefields of Alaska rests the Kenai Peninsula extending approximately 150 miles (240 km) into the Gulf of Alaska. ? Surrounded by frigid waters teeming with sea life and the towering masses of the Kenai Mountains, the Peninsula is host to…

Wildlife Wednesday – Flashes of gold

Originally posted on Frogend dweller's Blog:
Seed eaters are finding the living easy this month. Unmown thistle stands at the field edges and in set-aside areas are seething with noise and activity. Goldfinches fly up in droves when I walk passed with the dog, but they settle back quickly. They are bright, vocal, gregarious…

Black Money

Originally posted on Writer's Blog:
His lofty greed to collect the black money by not paying tax took him nowhere as his cash was rendered useless the night of 8 November. P.S – Responding to a daily prompt after long time and what a way to respond, isn’t it? 😀 via Daily Prompt: Lofty

Common Misconceptions About Money and Wealth

Originally posted on 21st Century Sojourner:
? At a church meeting, a very wealthy man rose to tell the rest of those present about his Christian faith. “I’m a millionaire,” he said, “and I attribute it all to the rich blessings of God in my life. I remember the turning point in my faith. I…

Another Religion 

Originally posted on Kizo Daniels' Blog:
​When you see Christianity as a religion, all you see is an unnatural and strange life you have to live up to guided by some very difficult rules and laws.? When Christianity becomes the natural normal way of life to you and you no longer see it as a…

Death of a Matador – and religion

Originally posted on My Mazamet:
Extraordinary picture, isn’t it? For the first time in decades a Matador in Spain was killed while “performing”. The bull gored him through the heart. His name was Victor Barrio. Spain is divided on the matter of bullfighting; very much along party lines. The conservatives call the practice a cultural tradition.…

It Is Not The Religion – It Is The Interpretation!

Originally posted on Share Your Light:
Some time ago, I shared a video of the Dalai Lama on Facebook. That video felt like a perfect follow-up to my post We Need To Heal The Cause – Not The Symptoms! The Dalai Lama talked about religions and terrorism. He stated what burns in all the hearts…

Religion and Atheism

Originally posted on Silence of Mind:
During my university-level course, Introduction to Molecular Biology, the professor asked THE 64,000 dollar question: “What is the purpose of all living things?” After more than a few seconds of stunned silence I answered the question with an answer provided by the great Greek philosopher, Aristotle : “The purpose of all things is…

Halloween Horror: Honoring the Vampire

Originally posted on witchlike:
? In time all humankind                                                                                            …

#Blogbattle – Vampire

Originally posted on Helen Jones:
Yay! It’s nice to be back at BlogBattle, Rachael Ritchey’s weekly writing challenge. If you’d like to join in, visit the site and check out the next prompt. This week’s prompt is ‘Vampire,’ which ties in with one of my current WIPs. Emelia Raven is the daughter of a great…

Vampire Sadness : A Nonet

Originally posted on willowdot21:
Image found here  He was  her constant companion Draining  her life’s blood more each day Friends, family  pushed  slowly  away Lost was she from the  first Crook of his finger She became his Instantly No more Free Image here  ? ?

Embrace of the Vampire

Originally posted on vinnieh:
Film Title Embrace of the Vampire Director Anne Goursaud Starring Alyssa Milano as Charlotte Wells Martin Kemp as The Vampire Harrison Pruett as Chris Jordan Ladd as Eliza Rachel True as Nicole Charlotte Lewis as Sarah Jennifer Tilly as Marika A pretty tired and dragging vampire fantasy/horror, Embrace of the Vampire…

Vampire

malakhai jonezs Lightning raced across the border of the nighttime sky. The rain poured heavily outside her window. She sat on the bed with knees bent; arms emoting submission. Her garment slid from her shoulder. Slowly, she lifted her gaze to look at him. He stood just outside the dim light of the room, leaning…