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Those September Days... Paperblog Pick in Travel

Those September Days...

Well, September 2015 was a month that has been eventful for sure! I changed my job, no longer do I teach at that training school because its all about nursery rhymes and games in m... Read more

Anywhere Different This Year? Paperblog Pick in Travel

Did You Go Anywhere Different This Year?

I did!All thanks to Gillie.My lovely friend asked if I would like to go on holidaywith her and her sons and two of their friends. ( Her sons even decided which room I would have,... Read more


  • Sailing Off: Cruise Around the World Without Getting Sick

    Sailing Off: Cruise Around World Without Getting Sick

    Norovirus. It’s the worst nightmare of cruise lines and cruise ship passengers alike. When an outbreak occurs on a ship full of people, the ship’s staff... Read more

    The 11 September 2015 by   Healthytravelblog
  • Pumpkin Spice Latte Brownies

    Pumpkin Spice Latte Brownies

    These Pumpkin Spice Latte Brownies are homemade pumpkin brownies infused with coffee and topped with a whipped pumpkin spice latte frosting. This shop has been... Read more

    The 28 September 2015 by   Rachel Conners
  • Are Ghosts and Demons Exists?

    Ghosts Demons Exists?

    Ghosts are demons attempting to trick us, or angels here to protect us. The traditional view of ghosts is that they are the spirits of dead people that for... Read more

    The 10 September 2015 by   Vikasacharya
  • What is a Sloth?

    What Sloth?

    The sloth is a slow-moving mammal that lives in trees. Sloths spend most of their lives hanging upside-down from tree branches; they eat, sleep, mate, and give... Read more

    The 12 September 2015 by   Vikasacharya
  • The Supernatural Aghori

    Supernatural Aghori

    The Aghori is considered to be a religious cult that broke away from the overarching Hindu religion in the 14th century AD. In Hindu mythology, it is believed... Read more

    The 17 September 2015 by   Vikasacharya
  • Mowgli – A Jungle Boy

    Mowgli Jungle

    Mowgli is a human child, who was found in a basket on the edge of a torn-apart boat as a baby by Bagheera, a black panther, with that fraction of a boat laying... Read more

    The 12 September 2015 by   Vikasacharya
  • Papua New Guinea’s Goroka Show 2015 – Day One

    Papua Guinea’s Goroka Show 2015

    A young boy from the Eastern Highlands wearing the full traditional costume of his tribeA “pikinini” sing-sing group and their coach makes their way to the... Read more

    The 15 September 2015 by   Travellingartist
  • Endocannibalism


    The category of anthropophagy called learned or customary cannibalism is virtually the opposite of survival cannibalism. It’s the consumption of human flesh,... Read more

    The 14 September 2015 by   Vikasacharya
  • Build-a-Boat Fun at LEGOLAND Malaysia Water Park

    Build-a-Boat LEGOLAND Malaysia Water Park

    Just last July 2015, LEGOLAND Malaysia Water Park unveiled a new addition to its already awesome lineup of attractions, and I took my cousins to check it out. Read more

    The 07 September 2015 by   Thelostboylloyd
  • Ritual Finger Amputation

    Ritual Finger Amputation

    -Dani people of Papua, New Guinea, When the eldest male of the house dies any women and children related to the deceased had to cut off fingers. They would tie... Read more

    The 14 September 2015 by   Vikasacharya


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