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How to come home from a long journey

How to come home after a long journey - Mr & Mrs Romance

Coming home after a long trip – or even a 2-week holiday – can feel strange and alienating. Your home doesn’t feel quite as you remembered it, you’re tired from travelling back and all you can do is think about being back where you just left. Here’s what we did after our 3-month journey recently. On one hand there’s nothing ...

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The San Diego Trails Where I Discovered My Love of Hiking

Father Daughter Hiking

In an effort to bring you some new voices on Ottsworld, here is a guest post from an Ottsworld reader and blogger Stacey Ebert. Not everyone loves hiking like I do, for some it’s an acquired taste.  She tells us how about how she has discovered her love of hiking.    All opinions and experiences expressed here are hers. –Sherry ...

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Durban, South Africa food Tourism: A winner! | Travel News

Durban, South Africa food Tourism: A winner! | Travel News

Having been named as the world’s best food city Durban in South Africa stands out as a must-visit destination for the world’s foodies.  Restaurants such as The Test Kitchen have enjoyed top recognition, being ranked in the Top 30 restaurants in the world. But quality cuisine is certainly not limited to Cape Town. The eastern coastal city of Durban, treasured ...

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Three Ways to Ensure a Budget-Friendly Family Cruise Vacation

Beauty!

If you’re planning a family cruise vacation, you’ll need to budget at least $100 per day per person, exclusive of airfares, according to Tripsavvy. While this has been the standard pricing across the board, more cruise companies are charging extra for items that used to be included in the standard pricing. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t make more savings even ...

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Nominations for June 2018 Trekkers’ Choice Award

Nominations for June 2018 Trekkers' Choice Award

June was an exciting month for trekkers and photographers alike. While the snow wall at Buran Ghati presented an adrenaline rush, the meadows on the Roopkund and Dayara Bugyal treks came alive with flowers. The upper and lower waterfall campsites on the Rupin Pass trek were majestic as ever. We received close to 400 entries for the Trek Photographer of ...

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Under-$100 Summer Dresses That Will Still be Trendy in Fall

Under-$100 Summer Dresses That Will Still be Trendy in Fall

A flattering dress will get you everywhere. And through the sweltering heat of high summer, an easy-breezy frock has become our go-to favorite for work, the weekend, cocktails, and beyond. But a new season is in the distant horizon, my friends, so before you indulge in another summer dress (or three), how about investing in a frock that will transition ...

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TIMELESS WARDROBE STAPLES FOR HIM!

TIMELESS WARDROBE STAPLES FOR HIM!

July 28, 2018 Luxury products are known for their timelessness and finesse. And therefore investing in them is like an investment for a lifetime! You can wear them for years without worrying about them getting out of fashion. Few of the things like belts and wallets are something which you require on ...

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Must See Photos & Details

Must See Photos & Details

Ahh, makeup! We here at College Candy can honestly say we appreciate all the wonders makeup has to offer. Aside from covering up a multitude of sins, we can spend hours watching our favorite beauty gurus on YouTube, catch the ultimate high whenever we step foot into a Sephora or Ulta and stay camped out all night the second a ...

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Kiara Advani walks for Shyamal and Bhumika’s couture 2018 show

Kiara Advani walks for Shyamal and Bhumika's couture 2018 show

Designer duo Shyamal & Bhumika opened India Couture Week 2018’s last day with their latest collection, titled ‘Muse of Mirrors’. For this one, the husband and wife drew inspiration from their recent trip to Europe, and featured a lot of intricate embroidery in age-old techniques of aari, zardozi and pitta in their showcase: think embroidered lehengas, saris and gowns. “We have used ...

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