morden hall park

Morden Hall Park, London

During my stay in London in the summer this year I spent a pleasant couple of hours walking around Morden Hall Park, which is located in Morden, in southwest London. The park is just a short drive from better-known Wimbledon. The park is owned by the National Trust, an organization that owns many properties around […]

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broccoli and coriander soup

Travel Food: Broccoli and Coriander Soup

This soup is delicious and provides many health benefits as travel food. It is ideal for travelers who are on the go and want to maintain their health. This soup is made from three main ingredients: broccoli, coriander and onion, all of which have well-known properties for promoting health. Coriander seeds have been used in […]

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The Pier, Llandudno, Wales

I spent a week with my father in Llandudno on the North Wales coast earlier this month. It was really great to be back in this part of the world, which I had visited many times in the past – as a child with my family and later as an adult – but I had […]

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Touring Bahrain Fort in Seef District

We recently headed to Bahrain and stayed overnight in the capital, Manama. It was mostly an opportunity for me to enjoy some well-earned rest and relaxation, and a chance to unwind after an intense couple of weeks in the office. It was also my birthday and my family and I wanted to try the Sato […]

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Picture framing in al-Khobar

I had been looking for a place to get pictures framed, and after about three weeks of asking around I finally found a picture frame shop last weekend. I found it unexpectedly when my wife and I visited a home furnishings fair in al-Khobar. We had been walking around the booths, searching for “something traditional” […]

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The Astonishing Atomium in Brussels, Belgium

It is confidently lauded as “the symbol of Brussels” on the front of the brochure, which includes photographs that look as though they were taken to promote the Atomium when it first opened for the 1958 World Fair. The Atomium was conceived as a symbol of “progress and modernity,” and is described in the Atomium […]

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Teriyaki Chicken

Travel Food: Teriyaki Chicken

This recipe provides a meal that is light yet fulfilling enough to satisfy a traveler’s hunger. The ingredients provide energy and a feeling of being pleasantly satisfied. It makes for the perfect travel food. The cooking method may seem a little long and complicated at first, but try this recipe and you will soon learn […]

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