Reblog Wed: Meet with a great photographer and writer – and buy his book :)

Source: My First #Book and My First Year of #Blogging Tatatata! Ladies and Gentlemen, here is the best buy of the season: beautiful picts and stories at your fingerprint.. Just click on the a/m source.  Great pic on the blog, great story in the book! The book comes with a super bonus: the chance to make a new friend, the talented and generous Jithin (again thanks … Continue reading Reblog Wed: Meet with a great photographer and writer – and buy his book 🙂

Today is THE Day

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” — Mark Twain Continue reading Today is THE Day

Follow me all to the Ends of the world.. and up to the altar!

A big thanks to the Blogging U team for Photo101. Not only I learnt a lot, but I also met great bloggers. Thanks for the tips, the discoveries and all your inspiring pictures. So here is my little Monday’s present back to you all: meet with photographer Murad Osmann. Yes, a good photographer will need to masterize the technics, but a great one will always be the … Continue reading Follow me all to the Ends of the world.. and up to the altar!

About time to embark on New adventures!

The first Weekly Photo Challenge of the year is to illustrate “New”… We have been in the Philippines for almost a year now, time to already think about our next posting. The hubbie’s contract finishes next year, but finding a family mission in the humanitarian sector takes times… As we are getting older wiser, there are more factors to take into consideration than the job … Continue reading About time to embark on New adventures!

Road tripping: à Paris!

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/road-tripping/ Maelle and Leandre flew before they could walk. Typical Third Culture Kids: European by birth. Raised in Sri Lanka, Thailand, and the Philippines. Fluent in 3 languages (and a fourth in the making), their accents change depending on who they’re talking to. They are very good at calculating time difference, because they have to do it every time they want to Skype with their … Continue reading Road tripping: à Paris!