November 23, 2014. Some great auroras and stars, over Andøy, northern Norway. It's nice, these days and nights up here...
In a town (nay, country!) known for pubs, it’s hard to find truly unique ones.
Lightly falling snowflakes to heavy snow, winter winds to sparkling clear still night skies: New England winter weather can be varied and challenging -- and beautiful. All the more reason that it is a time and place for gathering in, for celebrating with family and friends, for stories, for good cheer, for dance, for music.
I think every big city in the US (and some smaller ones, too) has some version of a British pub. Let's face it, we can really be Anglophiles at heart. We won our independence from the motherland in 1776, but we've never really abandoned our heritage.
That’s weird, why is there a video embedded in this article? Because I collaborated with a friend of mine to make a video about a modern and trendy street in Chiang Mai.
Although the weather is quite consistent and best described as "sub-tropical" throughout the year in Bermuda, there are a few times when it helps to have some helpful inside information.ShareThis