5 Places to Satisfy Chocolate Cravings in Harbin

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When visiting the Ice Festival City of Harbin in China, there’s not much that can beat a good hit of chocolate and coffee in the winter, especially when it’s -35C outside and dropping. Part of the scenery of Harbin’s Annual Ice Festival ? Zhongyang or Central Street, Harbin ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Whether it’s a delicious Black Forest Cake, a chocolate fondant or the decadence a Belgian Choc chip muffin, these affordable options will comfort and soothe the icy blues away without breaking your budget. Costas – Belgian… Continue reading 5 Places to Satisfy Chocolate Cravings in Harbin

Win a copy of SeeThroughIt Issue 2

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 Last Chance To Enter! worth $1.99 ($0.99 on pre-order till tomorrow). Enter on the sidebar now Enter before 16 March 2015. Winners will be announced on 17 March 2015 on this website. Winners will also be contacted by email. Winners are determined randomly by Rafflecopter. or pre-order here  What’s in SeeThroughIt Issue 2? NVaughn7 Rants Magic potions for the modern girl? An interview with…? Travels in Heilongjiang Province, China And an a different take on Gamers ? Continue reading Win a copy of SeeThroughIt Issue 2

Positively Write, Right?

There’s a cool new competition for writers out there from Positive Writers. It’s called How Writing Has Positively Influenced My Life. I thought my running across this post quite serendipitous, because I was thinking about that very topic just last Wednesday. So now that the universe has whacked me in the heart about it, I have no choice but to enter gladly. How Writing Has Positively Influenced My Life For the first time in my life I walked into a travel agents last week and didn’t feel the need–the desire, the longing–to be at one of the destinations up on … Continue reading Positively Write, Right?