In the center of the Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas is the wonderful and scenic city of Eureka Springs. There we went for a vacation in December when beautiful but dangerous snow was still on the hilly grounds. Eureka Springs is famous for things to do outdoors. That day we went on a guided horseback riding.
Dinner Bell Ranch and Resort.
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I see that when traveling, it is a good idea to stash some chocolates in our luggage 🙂 Sugar reduces the body’s level of stress hormones known as cortisol, per this press release. I could imagine myself sitting on the airport lounge waiting for my flight and eating (just a little bit of) chocolate. And life would feel so beautiful! 🙂 So when under stress, eating sweets may help to relieve the pressure. Eating fruit rather than candy would produce this effect as well, and even emulates it, for it is naturally healthy.
Outside of our Indian hotel premises, there was a parlor, and I went there for a facial, haircut, pedicure and manicure package, as it was cheaper that way for the same amount or result of work, than getting it in the hotel salon, plus I needed to go out 🙂 The spa treatment took longer than anticipated. The facial deep cleaning was good, but I got more facial massage than I did conditioning itself!
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Lake Tobesofkee for Recreation
Lake Tobesofkee is one of the most heavily fished lakes in the state of Georgia. It is located in Tobesofkee Creek in Bibb County, Georgia.
Enjoy a very relaxing day on lake! We did, one Sunday afternoon! It was so refreshing even just to see the peaceful houses and condos from afar while feeling the breeze on our skin in a rather hot day. Continue reading “Lake Tobesofkee in Macon, Georgia”
A charming little Indian girl with cute anklets proudly posing along the street as I was touring around Mumbai. Continue reading “Street Girl”
Seabourne Creek Park in Rosenberg, Texas
It was a beautiful and warm day the other day so it was perfect to go out and enjoy some outdoor time at the closest nature park I can get to.
Seabourne Creek Park
The one hundred sixty-four (164) acre Nature Park is located in 3831 Highway 36 South, Rosenberg, Texas.
It is ideal for family day picnics, bird watching, butterfly watching, fishing, jogging, running or walking, and for enjoying nature and some fresh air.
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Strawberry Picking was our idea of how to spend one Sunday afternoon after church! This was at Elliot Farms in Lizella, Georgia, off of the Cherry Blossoms capital, the city of Macon on Highway 80. Aside from the fruit that people picked, they also sold fresh veggies.
4761 Holley Rd, Lizella, GA 31052
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Hints of wildflowers on the Texas roadsides could already be seen during our trip last week even though we still have about one month to go before spring ‘officially’ begins! It really excited me! I am ready for the new and warmer season! This winter killed most of our plants (even the plants that did not die last year), except the kale.
Meanwhile on my backyard:
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The Oude Kerk
A photo I took of The Oude Kerk (“old church”), Amsterdam’s oldest parish church and oldest building; it had seen several renovations but the building itself is 800-year-old! It is located alongside a canal in the middle of Amsterdam’s Red Light district.
Our World Tuesday
Last week we traveled. We drove for about 6 hours from Houston heading to north-northwest Texas, passing through some smallish towns and country sides.
This road trip’s feature is the city of Comanche, in central Texas. Country living would be at its best here. The city motto says.
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