What to do if you can’t go to Edinburgh’s fringe festival

Posted on August 8th, 2008 in Travels by LadyRostand

The 2008 Edinburgh fringe festival is here and I was not able to save up money nor time to go.. again 🙁 But this year, an on-line magazine has improved its already brilliant delivery so much, I feel like I’m there when I read it! What to do if you can't go to Edinburgh's fringe festival

10 weirdest things I’ve seen in… Brussels (Belgium) (part 2)

Posted on May 30th, 2008 in 10-weirdest-things,Travels by LadyRostand

10 weird things in Brussels, Belgium, part 2 deals with more bizarre things, including flats distributions, train stations announcements, Flemish-French situation, GSM mobiles and the UGC! 10 weirdest things I’ve seen in… Brussels (Belgium) (part 2)

10 weirdest things I’ve seen in… Brussels (Belgium) (part 1)

Posted on May 29th, 2008 in 10-weirdest-things,Travels by LadyRostand

A 10 weirdest things in Brussels post was bound to appear in olivetalks. After spending 3 weeks in Brussels, enough things have surprised me to write a 20 weird things, but I will share with you only 10… for now… 😉 In this first part, I’ll tell you how to spot Europeans, how to break the Brussels vicious circle and about house hunting! Intrigued? 10 weirdest things I’ve seen in… Brussels (Belgium) (part 1)

10 weirdest things I’ve seen in… Dublin (Ireland) (part 2)

Posted on February 14th, 2008 in 10-weirdest-things,Travels by LadyRostand

As promised, here is the 2nd part of “10 weirdest things I’ve seen in… Dublin”. You can see the first 5 items of the list in part 1.

Part 1: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and now…

6. Weddings and the 6 Nations Rugby Tournament fill Dublin’s weekends with curious images

A stroll down Grafton Street, almost any weekend of the year, will… 10 weirdest things I've seen in... Dublin (Ireland) (part 2)

10 weirdest things I’ve seen in… Dublin (Ireland) (part 1)

Posted on February 13th, 2008 in 10-weirdest-things,Travels by LadyRostand

So here is the second post in the olivetalks “10 weirdest things I’ve seen in…” series. Today’s destination: Baile Átha Cliath, also known as Dublin, the capital of Ireland.

Quick summary: Dublin has a population of around 1 million people and is the capital of the Republic of Ireland. You can learn about the city in http://www.dublin.ie and here are a few of our pictures… 10 weirdest things I've seen in... Dublin (Ireland) (part 1)