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Community Matters: Daniel Myers on Washington, MO, Life Abroad and Appreciation

It’s not a secret that I love coffee. But what I love even more are coffee shops. The ones where you can sit for hours with a friend and chat. The coffee/tea is just a bonus. Mannwell’s downtown is sadly missed, but we are lucky to have another coffee shop in town: Cafe Tinto, that … Continue reading »

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Downtown Washington, Missouri (and Move Here ASAP)

The more I get to know downtown Washington through the blog, the more I grow to love it. As many tourists remark, Washington offers the amenities of a big city, enveloped in its old-fashioned, small town charm. You live in Washington and the area, but you don’t come downtown too often? Here are 10 reasons … Continue reading »

When The Night Falls

Where light and shadow fall on your subject – that is the essence of expression and art through photography. – Scott Bourne It is the photographing of ordinary things, in extraordinary light, which results in extaordinary photographs. – David Young

My Bulgaria: Far Away, Yet So Close

I miss home today, so I decided to show you where I come from. Bulgaria is a small, but beautiful country in Southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Romania to the north, Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south, and the Black Sea to the east. We have magnificent mountains with amazing ski slopes, gorgeous beaches with fine golden sand, … Continue reading »

Ancient Egypt Part II: Cairo, the Nile, and the Pyramids of Giza

When in 2008 we went on a Mediterranean Cruise, one of the reasons we wanted to go so bad was to see the Pyramids in Egypt. The ship was going to be docked in Alexandria for two days, giving us ample time to admire one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. After spending … Continue reading »

Ancient Egypt Part I: Alexandria

When in 2008 we went on a Mediterranean Cruise, one of the reasons we wanted to go so bad was to see the Pyramids in Egypt. The ship was going to be docked in Alexandria for two days, giving us ample time to admire one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. As the … Continue reading »

Jamaica Mon!

We went to Falmouth, Jamaica last November, and I loved it! It’s warm and colorful, friendly and inviting, laid-back and easy-going. We spent the first part of the day at Dunn’s River Falls,  “a famous waterfall near Ocho Rios, and a major Caribbean tourist attraction that attracts thousands of visitors each year.” We did not climb the Falls, we watched others … Continue reading »

Santorini, Greece: An Island With A View

“Travel” is the new section of the blog. It has nothing to do with Washington, Missouri, except the fact that sometimes you need to distance yourself from home to appreciate what you’ve got. I’ve been lucky to have traveled with my husband quite a lot, so decided to share with you some beautiful corners of … Continue reading »