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Comedown: Tales from Ex-Expat Paperblog Pick in Travel

The Comedown: Tales from an Ex-Expat

Find any expat blog where the expat has returned to their country of origin, and you'll find the same stories over and over.It's weird being here.My friends here don't understand m... Read more

GIRAFFES, BABY LIONS More Wildlife World Aquarium Safari Park, Litchfield, Paperblog Pick in Travel

GIRAFFES, BABY LIONS and More at the Wildlife World Zoo Aquarium and Safari Park, Litchfield, AZ

A giraffe enjoys a snack at Wildlife World in Litchfield, Arizona (near Phoenix)What could be more intriguing than a giraffe's blue tongue or more enchanting than two tiny lion... Read more


  • Friday is Rock'n'Roll London Day: Syd Barrett in #London #PinkFloyd

    Friday Rock'n'Roll London Day: Barrett #London #PinkFloyd

    Friday is Rock'n'Roll London Day! Join the Rock'n'Roll London walk this (and every Friday) afternoon at 2:00p.m meeting at Tottenham Court Road Station Adam... Read more

    5 hours, 14 minutes ago by   Lwblog
  • Buddy Cops

    Buddy Cops

    THEIR headquarters are separated only by a three-kilometre taxi ride across Brussels, and over the years they have declared their shared interests and common... Read more

    11 hours, 28 minutes ago by   Stizzard
  • Backpacking in Lovely: Top 13 Sights on a Day Tour of This Lunatic Country in...

    Backpacking Lovely: Sights Tour This Lunatic Country London, England

    “Isn’t it a lovely day? My patio’s on fire” – Gorky’s Zygotic Mynchi. Backpacking in Lovely: Top 13 Sights on a Day Tour of This Lunatic Country which borders... Read more

    14 hours, 33 minutes ago by   Jsbdsl
  • A “Mile High” Vacation in Denver

    “Mile High” Vacation Denver

    Kenin and I just spent a glorious week in Denver on an actual  vacation. We didn’t have any intentions of taking photographs or talking about it on social... Read more

    The 05 May 2016 by   Kenin Bassart
  • A Piece of Paradise

    Piece Paradise

    KindleWooden floored and paper-thin walled, every step in the noisy and expensive hotel at Le Veurdre could be heard as well as my neighbours partying last... Read more

    The 05 May 2016 by   Pabster
  • Tram Line No 2 in Belgrade

    Tram Line Belgrade

    The best shot I have ever done from any moving sort of transport that did not involve a music festival! Shot at a big roundabout as the sun was setting and... Read more

    The 05 May 2016 by   Flemmingbo
  • Keith Moon's Last Supper – Grabbing a Bite After the Rock'n'Roll London Tour...

    Keith Moon's Last Supper Grabbing Bite After Rock'n'Roll London Tour #LondonEating

    Where to grab a bite after a London Walk? I've asked my London Walks colleagues to chip in their suggestions and I'll share them here regularly on The Daily... Read more

    The 05 May 2016 by   Lwblog
  • The Missing Plaques of Old London Town No.6

    Missing Plaques London Town No.6

    We all know and love London’s plaques – blue or otherwise. They pop up on our London Walks like cultural buttons waiting to be pressed by our London Walks... Read more

    The 05 May 2016 by   Lwblog
  • Eating in London: Fortnum and Mason Afternoon Tea

    Eating London: Fortnum Mason Afternoon

    Afternoon tea in London has become a bit of a fashion lately with each restaurant/hotel/bus trying to out do the other. I’ve sampled my fair share of teas over... Read more

    The 05 May 2016 by   Littlebckpacker
  • Durham Riverside Walk

    Durham Riverside Walk

    The loop of the River Wear around the rocky outcrop on which Durham City sits made this a natural defensive settlement here from probably thousands of years ago... Read more

    The 05 May 2016 by   Tradge


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