Lens Artists Photo Challenge #79: A Window With A View

Here is my entry for this weeks - Lens Artists Photo Challenge #79: A Window With A View The above was taken out a window at the Louvre museum in Paris . The above was taken  through the windows at the National Art Gallery in Ottawa. The above was taken out of the window at … Continue reading Lens Artists Photo Challenge #79: A Window With A View

Reaching 200 – Thank You

I can't believe my little blog has reached 200+ followers.... thank you so much to all my followers.  This may not seem like a lot of followers to many of you but to me this means the world.  I am beyond grateful to all of you. When I first started on this journey,  I wanted … Continue reading Reaching 200 – Thank You

China – Part 4 – Beijing

I last left you at the airport ready to fly to  Beijing, when we got to Beijing we boarded our bus and headed to the hotel.  We had some rest time and then made our way to dinner at Lost Heaven.  Such a romantic restaurant, the food was so good, as was the decor but … Continue reading China – Part 4 – Beijing

Could Bamboo be our future??

Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting the founders of  The Future is bamboo at  the Pharmasave buying show that I was at.   I walked by the booth a few times then zeroed in on the products that were on the table.  The products are mainly toothbrushes, as well as cotton swabs  and straws.  I … Continue reading Could Bamboo be our future??

China – Part 3 – X’ian

My trip continues when the next morning we boarded a flight for X'ian, home of the Terracotta Warriors and is a World heritage site.  Arriving in Xian, again we met up with our tour guide and made our way to see The Terracotta warriors.  I was pretty excited, I have seen so many photos and … Continue reading China – Part 3 – X’ian

China – Part 2 – Hangzhou

When I left you last we had arrived in Wuzhen Water Town.  There were so many waterways, traditional buildings , this town is 1300 years old.  So much many cafes, bars, restaurants and shops to explore.  We met our tour guide and walked around the town, over bridges, down narrow streets, we stopped at a … Continue reading China – Part 2 – Hangzhou

Liebster Award

I'd like to thank Donny at TRAVELINGPERSECOND for nominating me for the Liesbster Award, go have a look at his blog.   The Liebster Award is an award that exists only on the internet and is given to bloggers by other bloggers.  Liebster in German means sweetest, kindest, nicest, dearest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute, endearing, and … Continue reading Liebster Award

China – Part 1 – Shanghai

China is an ancient and fascinating country with a history and culture full of wonder and mystery. China’s vast landscape encompasses grassland, desert, mountains, lakes, rivers and more than 14,000 km of coastline and the iconic Great Wall of China runs east-west across the country's north. The capital city of Beijing mixes modern architecture with historic … Continue reading China – Part 1 – Shanghai