10 Things To Do in Montpellier, France

Originally posted on GoTravelGlobal:
When you think France you automatically think love and Paris. That’s pity – not the love part but that only city we let define our image of France is its capital. I love Paris and its cultural touristy things but there is a lot more to see in this huge European…

Two Roses

Originally posted on Untangled:
Two roses stand strong within their protective thorns. Entwined by years of friendship  they share secrets, thoughts, laughter and tears. They sway with the whispering breeze as they bloom and grow. Mesmerizing all with the wisdom of their ageless beauty.  ©Alexis Rose; image: pexels.com ? Thank you for reading my memoir, Untangled, A…

Who’s Ted?

Originally posted on saneteachers:
If you search your memory banks back to yesterday, I laid claim to the fact that I think I have a lot of general knowledge. One thing about which I have almost zero knowledge is TED Talks. I had never even heard of TED Talks until a colleague was mentioning it…

I’m back….again

Originally posted on sethsnap:
This past weekend it seemed to rain every second of every hour. No snow, just rain. This is Downtown Cincinnati. Taken with my iPhone In a world where change is the norm, crazy is the sane and uncertainty is the future, I have decided to make my thoughts, photos and drawings…

Feeding the animals

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The inviting snow-capped mountains!

Originally posted on The Learning Curve:
I have been enjoying the road-trips off late. Being an absolute lover of driving, such trips have added a great deal to my adventures. In addition to the popular attractions that we cover, we also discover many hidden gems along the way. These places are untouched, less populated, and…

Out with the Old, In with the New!

Originally posted on One Foot Out the Door:
Is it the nature of things (or simply me and my itchy feet?) that just as I have (semi-happily) settled into my newest environment that I should suddenly find ahead of me a tantalizing new horizon? Its confirmation awaits the final details … stay tuned until after…

Road Trips and Adventures

Originally posted on Tori's Stories:
The best kinds of days are the days where you wake up and never in your wildest imagination do you think you will end up doing what has actually transpired throughout the day. Those kinds of days where you get to explore new places – whether it is right…

20 Trips to Take in Your 20s

Article Source: quickwhittravel.com Quick Whit Travel Since I recently turned 31, I’ve been reflecting on the person I’ve become–what I love about myself, what I wish I’d done before now, what I can improve, why I am the way I am, etc. And I realized on a recent trip to Bali that travel is not…

School Trips

Originally posted on radhikasreflection:
A couple of months back my 13 year old daughter came home with a notice from school. It stated that the school would be taking the children on a trip to Kerala for ten days during the 1st term break. She was thrilled and wanted to go. I was a bit…

Taking Road Trips

Article Source: doodlewash.com Doodlewash® Tonight, I’m running super short on time, but made a quick doodlewash of an old Volkswagan camper van as my recreational vehicle for today’s prompt. I’ve never actually owned one of these or even ridden in one, but find them really cool. In fact, the only kind of recreational vehicle I’ve ever experienced…