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Dressing Up in Seoul: Princess Diary Cafe

On Sunday, I decided to return to one of my favorite theme cafes in Seoul; The Princess Diary Cafe.  Conveniently located near Ewha Women’s University (an area with 100’s and 100’s of Wedding Dress shops!), and hope skip and a…

The Rise of the Irish Language

I want to share some amazing videos with you created by young students currently attending Colaiste Lurgan Irish College in the West of Ireland. This college has been releasing music videos throughout the summer in which the students have translated…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Renewal

The only thing that can bring things back to life, and restore energy levels in this community, is clean water. As long as there is water, these young kids can continue to grow, continue to learn, continue to live. Like…

Sand, Smiles and Sore Feet

Sorry I have been missing in action from my blog for a few months now, but I have been VERY busy and still am. I am working full-time for an amazing organization called ‘The Hope Foundation” and have also been…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects

The first image is a photo I took of two child shepherds in the Bale Mountains in Ethiopia. The second and third images are just edits of the first one, which I cropped and decided to change to black and…

Carnival Kids!

Today at the dutch carnival I spotted these sweet little kids…jumping up and down on a vintage car!! Like this:Like Loading…

Recreating Memories

“That swimming pool better be gone be the time I come home this evening”, were my moms harsh, final words, directed at My Dad, My Sister and I, as she closed the front door behind her. 14 small words that came…

Korean kids sticking their finger up…

So Korean pranks are seriously different to western ones. Seriously seriously different. In KOREA, they think it’s ok to stick a finger up your bum when you’re not looking. In fact they find it hilarious. Apparently they do it all…

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