All posts tagged: world

Do you want a Free Postcard from around the World?

Michael from Starring You will send you a free postcard from one of his travels. All you gotta do is like his facebook page and send him your address via private message. He will get back to you shortly 🙂 This is a part of the message I recently received from him: Not everybody has the time, the means or the opportunity to travel around the world. By sending the postcards I hope to take as many people as possible with me around the world. I’ve just finished trips from Nairobi to Cape Town, Miami to San Francisco and through Europe, South East Asia, Korea, Japan and China. My next trip through Germany, Poland, Malaysia, Indonesia and Taiwan has just started. I’ll make sure you will receive a nice postcard from one of these adventurous journeys. Please share my page with your friends on your timeline, then we can reach even more people around the world Greetings from Chișinău, Moldova Michael You can also follow him on Twitter and Instagram: Twitter: @StarringYou1 Instagram: StarringYouWorldwide I …

66 Of The Best Gifs That Will Inspire and Spark a Serious Case of Wanderlust

Originally posted on The Lone Panda:
Ok Folks, here’s where I go all gushy-gooey-mushy about how dang obsessed I am with Gifs. You guys may not see it as much on here but believe me when I say that gifs are pretty awesome. If I’m writing a post and I feel like there should be an accompaniment of an annoyed facial expression or that of some eye rolling, I quickly go to and I find what I’m looking for. That site has everything by the way. Well, almost everything. But then I recently joined Tumblr. Yes, I’m also on Tumblr. It’s like I’m a walking social media freak! All in the name of promoting this blog might I add. There’s a reason why people get other people to solely produce social media content for their brand. It’s no joke. The hours it takes is ridiculous. Anyway, I digress as always. Tumblr is… hmm… how do I put it. Nah, I think I can just go ahead and profess my happiness over it for all the…

10 Amazing Workaway Projects You Should Know About: How to Explore the World almost for Free

I will most definitely try out Workaway at some point in the near future. I love adventure and the unexpected and I get an enormous fulfilment by helping others so this is very much something I would enjoy a lot! Bellow is a link of a post I found on 10 amazing and super fun Workaway projects. How amazing are they? 😀 10 Amazing Workaway Projects You Should Know About

Motherhood Around the World

Last year I came across these beautiful and very interesting stories on families raising their children abroad and the contrast between their new country and their home country. I’m posting links to all of those articles bellow. They are quiet interesting, not just for mothers and families, but I believe any traveller will appreciate reading these. 24 Surprising Things about Parenting in the United States 18 Surprising Things about Parenting in Chile 13 Surprising Things about Parenting in Turkey 14 Surprising Things about Parenting in Australia 20 Surprising Things about Parenting in Germany 16 Surprising Things about Parenting in China 15 Surprising Things about Parenting in England 12 Surprising Things about Parenting in India 10 Surprising Things About Parenting in Mexico 12 Surprising Things About Parenting in Abu Dhabi 11 Surprising Things About Parenting in Northern Ireland 13 Surprising Things About Parenting in Congo 10 Surprising Things about Parenting in Japan

Sweet Sundays: Beijinho de Coco

My Beijinhos Beijinho de Coco (Little Coconut Kisses) also known as branquinho (little white one) is a delicious dessert made in Brazil for children’s birthday parties. It’s super easy to make & you only need a few ingredients. I have seen photos of Beijinhos without the cloves, and I’m telling you use the cloves for sure, it will change the taste of the dessert completely. The cloves add a beautiful flavor to this little yummy dessert. Beijinho de Coco is the Coconut version of Brigadeiro. It is believed that Beijinho was originally called “Nun’s kiss” and formerly made with almonds, water and sugar. The ingredients you need Bonus photo: My street in London This is the link I used for the recipe with visual Step by Step picture guide. You should definitely check out the link as there are bonus 3 other ways to make desserts out of this mixture.