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Stroll in the sunshine through the quintessentially British spa town of Harrogate. After bargain hunting for antiques in The Montpellier Quarter, take afternoon tea at Betty's historic tea rooms. Don't forget to wave 'Hello' to Tarquin the bulldog as he trundles through Valley Gardens stopping to sniff the flowers. www.katybloss.com
Chuang Yen Monastery is a Buddhist monastery in upstate New York. I became familiar with it by attending its annual summer camp since childhood.
Aside from the camp, many visitors frequent the monastery grounds to pray, sight-see, volunteer, and eat delicious vegetarian food! I've included a comic showing the course of a day in the monastery, from both the perspective of the monks and guests.
This is a place with a lot of heart, and I think of as a second home. I hope you can feel at home here as well!
This was created as an assignment for Rebecca Bradley's Maps class at MICA!
Directly between the Hyde Park and the Regent's Park in London there is a picturesque area known as Little Venice. With Narrowboat you can travel the Regent's Canal until Camden Lock Market.
Welcome to Terschelling, a small island in the northern coast of the Netherlands! Forest, dunes, beach and cute little towns make this a lovely weekend getaway!
As rightly said : ‘There is no winter in Sri Lanka, only monsoon change the light and mood’. The Brief is a garden full of surprises and paradoxes. One of the best examples of tropical garden, it sits hugging the hilly terrain and appears as a civilized wilderness. The smell of soil after a sudden shower, the walk through framed trails of the Heliconias ,the unexpected arrival of the monitor lizard, , the warbling of the Robin and the pecking of the woodpecker , the in between munching of the local fruits, the colorful Poya festival : memories of Sri Lanka will be eternal.