Full Blue Moon Global Guided meditation by Jocelyn Daher <3 Epic!
When I got my working permit, so many questions crossed my mind. This article describes the procedure to follow, what to bring, where to go, when to go, how much time it takes,…
Make sure to check if there are no public holidays for Thailand and/or for Indonesia. Read More
The owner has been there for ages and the service is good.
I pay 220 Baht (+/- 5€) for a massage, and at least they take you upstairs and you can lie down. Most tourists just get foot reflexology in the street. Which is the same price and if you ask me, not even close to as relaxing as these full body massages.
I always ask for Joy, she’s gentle but strong and very kind.
They also do waxing, facials, manicure, pedicure, … All around 200 – 300 Baht (+/-5 – 8€).
Historically, a man might have been the only realistic financial plan we had available to us. But in the twenty- first- century, sisters, we can – and we need to – do it for ourselves.
quote from book: financial advice for independant woman by Rachel Johnson
I was staying with a friend of mine and as always to thank her for having me, I cooked dinner ! ❤️
The plan was to make spaghetti bolognese, because beef is hard to find on Gili, but the canned peeled tomatoes are totally overpriced in Bali. Instead we decided to buy fresh tomatoes, and peel them ourselves. Which fits more to our way of thinking today anyway. Slow and healthy cooking it is ❤️
200g of minced beef
200g of minced porc
2 kg of tomatoes
1 red onion
1 white onion
3 garlic cloves
2 bay leaves
A thumb sized tumeric root
500g of lunguini pasta
A triangle of Parmesan cheese
Fresh italian parsley
Fresh italian basil
4 fresh chillies
A quarter of the red onion
1 garlic clove
Are you one of these people who love a little bit of spicy sauce on their spaghetti? Yes? Me too. 😃
In the spirit of not using any canned food today, I’m affraid our friend tabasco is banned from the table.
Here’s a nice little recipe of a simplified sambal, the famous Indonesian spicy sauce.
You’ll have a wonderful home made spicy sauce!
Airport shuttle 250Baht or 8Baht?
Figuring out if I wanted to pay 250 Baht for a taxi ride from Don Mueang or 8 Baht for a bus ride which promised to be much more exciting was an easy call. 😜
How to get from Don Mueang airport to Khaosan road?
A great tip for this airport is, when you get passed the nothing to declare area, walk all the way to the right side of the airport terminal and exit. On the street, again, walk all the way to the right and exit on the left, towards the main road. You’ll see a metal bridge to cross the main road. Don’t cross, the bus and taxi stop is located at the base of the bridge. No line, no airport fine! ❤️
Whichever of the following options you choose just begin by walking out of the airport, to the main road!
Carnival is for many Lucerners the best time of the year. Absolutely EVERYBODY is dressed up in a Fancy Dress! Common scenarios are A Defile of Pink and Purple Bunnies, that are exchanging thoughts about Politics with Super Mario and Luigi, who have been making out with two Kincky- cops and are now surrounded by Seven Yellow Bananas. All the while a wall of Trumpeting Carnival Musicians (Guggenmusigen) are animating the Giant Dinausaurs’ Parade, that is being pushed forward by a Giant Headed King. Ha Ha! Read More
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I have to say after four years of Island Hopping, I was kind of looking forward to one of those Cold Snowy Belgian Winters. I’d heard several stories from my friends and family the past four years. Unfortunately, we are now in March and the only snow I’ve seen in Belgium, was on a dark night of december and I was peeking through my bedside window. Lazy me, I didn’t even bother to jump in my boots and go for a snowy midnight walk with the dog, thinking there was certainly more snow to come. To Bad, because I love those night walks so much, especially in the snow. There’s something romantic about them. The dark black clouds sliding over the almost Misty Full Moon. The bright light, illuminating the snowy streets. The snow crunching under the sole of my boots. The dog going crazy, sniffing away any animal trails in the powder snow. Read More
Start your morning at Brussels’ Grand Place, Brussels’ most famous square. This UNESCO World Heritage site is Belgium’s most memorable landmark. You’ll be astonished by the beauty of the historical monuments. The architecture is particularly old and it reflects a Gothic- Baroque style, which was popular in the 17th and 18th century. My personal favorite are the roofs, made of steps guiding you to the sky; and the window frames where the artist especially had an eye for curving details. In the weekend’s, the square fills up with local painters and artisans; at night its surrounded by bright lumination; some evenings a stunning music and light show is projected on the Grand Place’s buildings. My favorite piece is the Golden little man dancing on top of one of the buildings. Every two years, in August, the centre cobblestoned square is covered with a colorful Flower Carpet. One of Belgian’s most famous event.
Have a “Gaufre de Liege” for breakfast, a crunchy Belgian waffle with powdered sugar; before visiting Belgium’s Chocolate or Beer museum.