Today we are visiting the neighbourhood of Jeollanam-do Salad The port city of Mokpo in South Korea is our destination and cherry blossoms will be among the welcoming images. As will outdoor exercise machines.
You know the drill by now, click the button and enjoy your visit.
Just a quick note: I’m a bit behind in the posting due to a sick computer, but I am hoping that a visit to the computer doctor will set it to rights. In the meantime I may be a little delayed in posting the walks. This one should rightly have been posted yesterday, but on the bright side you might get a double dose today. 🙂
Today we are visiting the neighbourhood of We Don’t Need No Education.
Lansing, Michigan is our destination.
You know the drill by now, click the button and enjoy your visit. See you all tomorrow.
Today we take a visit with Knitty Lorn in East Devon, England.
You will see photographs of Beer, the village not the beverage, the beach and the countryside. It is well worth a visit.
Click through the button to see East Devon, England.
Today we visit with “Je veux une ‘tite soeur-fille” in the Canary Islands.
Not quite sure where that is? They are a group of islands just off the northwest coast of Africa. Here is their Wikipedia entry to help with location.
So, lets take a stroll in this warm archipelago and visit with T.J. and his maman.
Today we stroll around the neighbourhood of Little Red Farm.
So, if you want to see a slice of life in a mostly rural area of Sweden then click through the button and enjoy the walk around.
Here we are on Day Two of the Neighbourhood Walk…Around the World.
For this part of our journey we join Akatsuki ra-ra-ra in California.
Click on through the button to take a walk around a Californian neighbourhood.
I have joined in with a great fun idea that Jojoebi from A Bit of This and That has suggested and co-ordinated. It is a walk around the neighbourhood, with a difference. A number of bloggers will be posting images from their home towns and today starts in Saitama, Japan. My contribution will be in a little while, but I will be linking to each of the blog posts for you to enjoy.
It will be a fun way to see what other parts of the world are like, without the airfares and jet lag. I hope you take your children on a virtual tour of the world.
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