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South Africa Is Beautiful

    South Africa is a beautiful country. My hubby is working there for past three years. I have visited Soth Africa three times. But yet there are so many places to be explored … You can view the beauty of SA at my Facebook Album: https://www.facebook.com/vivekvasantha/media_set?set=a.752831304749775.1073741830.100000687365367&type=3 Few of them are here :        

Wonders About Africa

  World’s second largest continent. World’s longest river Nile flows in this continent. Other longest rivers in Africa are Congo, Niger, Zambezi. World’s largest dessert Sahara is found here. Other largest desserts of Africa are Kalahari and Namibia. People speak 14, 300 different languages in Africa. Africa has more Christian and Muslim people. Africa’s largest peak is Mount Kilimanjaro. It is 5, 895 meters high. Africa’s largest lake is Lake Victoria. It’s area is 68, 800 Suare Kilometers. Nigeria  is the largest country in…

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T For Travel: A To Z On Mindfulness For Newbies #StayMindfulWithMSN

Welcome to A To Z On Mindfulness For Newbies The twentieth letter to be explored in A To Z on Mindfulness For Newbies is T. T is for Travel. Travel is making a journey. It’s typically moving in a constant or predictable way.   Travel is making a journey. It’s typically moving in a constant or predictable way.   We use to travel a lot. So we had chances to visit many lovely places in India. Also, we had visited other…

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Cape Town In 6 Photos …… #WTFOW Day 3

Welcome to the third day of  Write Tribe Festival Of Words – #WTFOW. Day 3 (7 Aug/Mon) – Feature a map and write about a place either real or virtual   Ever have you wondered to understand your life? Do you know the purpose of your life? Can you easily communicate with people? And the single answer for all these questions is Travel More… Travel Often!….. By traveling more and traveling often, you can understand your life better! South Africa is…

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7 Women Bloggers Celebrating Their Mothers On This Mother’s Day

I was a Computer Professor. My experience as a professor for past 16 years taught me many lessons. But I resigned my job during 2012 to look after my family since my hubby went to South Africa for his job. These 5 years had given me more life lessons and sweet memories than those 16 years of career life. Yes, really being a mother is more close to my heart. Motherhood is an awesome journey where your destination is not…

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This Is Me ….. #FridayReflections

I was really excited on seeing an interesting prompt – 21 random facts about me from Friday Reflections hosted by Corinne and Sanch Vee. Always I interrogate myself often to know Who Am I? The journey from Vasantha to REAL ME is always fascinating. Today I made another happy journey into the deepest ME …. This Is Me ……. I’m a morning bird. I love to get up early in the morning – 4.30 am. All my days except weekends start with…

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My Gratitude Journey ….. #GratitudeCircleBlogHop #MondayMusings

  The broken will always be able to love harder than most. Once you have been in the dark, you learn to appreciate everything that shine. These are great words. September 2016 was overwhelming for me with happiness, hard times and functions. Amidst of all hardships I faced, I’m sure that I saw gratefully, the rays of hope too …. My Gratitude Journey – September 2016 Celebrated my Second BlogAnniversary on September 2, 2016. Really it made me feel delighted…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge

“There are no walls at the edge of this universe… absence of gravity is the limit of space existence.” ― Toba Beta, Betelgeuse Incident: Insiden Bait Al-Jauza Photo taken @ Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve, Mpumalanga, South Africa Linking this post to  The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge I am taking my Alexa rank to the next level with Blogchatter. Previous Global Alexa Rating : 20,29,653. Current Global Alexa Rating :  19,69,128.    

Nostalgic Notes From A Mommy Diary #BarAThon Challenge Day #5

Last Sunday after my hubby returned back to South Africa, all days I was searching, cleaning, and organising our home. Today, when I was sorting out and arranging my hubby’s and my son’s shoes, I was overwhelmed with so many memories and thoughts. Shoes of different brands, for various needs and of multiple colors made me to walk in my sweet memory lane. In fact I would always say that we can run a shoe shop when we retire. That’s…

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