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La vie en Famille

La vie en family just sums up our lives living abroad. We don't always get to share those really big moments with your family and therefore capturing the if you can is kind of important. What is life without family, love and little cuddles anyway? I took a few photos of the Beaty family expecting their second baby pretty soon.
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Wonderful Berlin

The Wonder of Berlin During Christmas time really captivated my attention. Even in the mists of destruction, this city is now so vibey and hip, with a touch of industrial, modern and old.
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Red Velvet Mint Chocolate Whoopie pies

Red Velvet Mint Chocolate Whoopie pies, there is certainly no better way than to start the new season. Move aside meat pies! Red, deliciously creamy, decadent and sweetened with a hint of mint dark chocolate.
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Traveling Italy

Traveling Italy, was one of my most memorable trips thus far! I was bedazzled by the Italian charm and intrigued by their history and culture. Overwhelmed by the beauty and smothered by uncountable amounts of tourists. All as it should be, though. I was prepared. So I thought...
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Portugal-South Africa

Portugal-South Africa was quite a trip...Now the time for vacation had arrived and I was anticipating a decent summer already, especially after all the packing. We traveled from Montpellier to Toulouse on route to Lisbon then South Africa...
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Health-nut snacks

Health-nut-snacks are perfect for the traveler on the go! We're off traveling again and this time to Italy. I tend to snack a lot, out of habit I guess. I struggle to find the most healthy alternatives out there, that is why I like to plan ahead and make some snacks to keep by hand when the hunger tends to strike...
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Two SA Snacks Revamped

Two SA snacks revamped - Koeksister balls & Brioche Lamingtons...These little bite size appetizers are served with a specific wine to compliment the flavors. Amuse-Bouche in English means "mouth amuser". Be amused by these bite size flavours from South Africa...
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"Hertzoggie" Ricotta cake

Hertzoggie Ricotta cake is certainly not Italian. I have been wanting to share this one for quite some time. It has Ricotta in it and that qualifies as Italian right? We all know their desserts of choice are Tiramisu, Cannoli, Biscotti, and Panna cotta...