Merry Christmas!

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Happy holiday season greetings!

Wishing everyone happiness and health as we enter the New Year!  With Love, Jim and Corinne from ReflectionsEnroute

I really hope you are having a wonderful time wherever you are in the world this holiday season. If you are with family, cherish it. If you are with friends, cherish it. Take some time to relax and do something special for yourself. As you know, I’m doing my favorite thing with one of my favorite people. I’m traveling with Jim. We’re currently somewhere in Uganda enjoying some warm weather and seeing lots of wildlife (I hope).

If you do have some down time, I’ve put a list of some of my favorite posts from ReflectionsEnroute over the last year. Of course, I have an emotional tie to all of my content, because for me they are memories, great memories of times when I go someplace, or learn something new, or just meeting wonderful folks!

Maybe you’d like to read some that you never saw before or visit one that you liked. In the comments, let us know what kind of articles you enjoy the most on ReflectionsEnroute and we’ll try to do more of those. Enjoy  the holiday season!

A Unique Turkish Experience – Photo Essay in Black and White
Welcoming Spring with German Maypole Celebrations
Sheep Dog Training in the Lake District, UK
Lurching, Dodging, and Screeching, Driving the Military Road in Georgia
Finding Yourself The Whimsical Otagi Nenbutsu Temple, Kyoto
The Incense Cities of Negev, Israel
The Top Ten of Monaco
A Pasha’s Palace in a Land Far, Far Away
The Secret Passages of Tempelhof
Compete or Attend the Inverness Highland Games in Scotland
Taking a Ride on the Children’s Railway in Budapest

And of course, I’ve been having a blast “researching” my Dumpling Project!
Dumplings Around the World – An Eating and Cooking Project

Please do tell us what kinds of content you enjoy most from Reflections Enroute in the comments!

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10 Comments

  1. Hope you are having a wonderful and exciting Christmas adventure. We are home with one of our girls and our baby comes back from her year-long exchange in a few weeks.

  2. Merry Christmas, Corinne and Jim! I can’t wait to read about your trip to Uganda and see all the fantastic photos that I’m sure you’ll capture. I really like your Dumpling project. Growing up Chinese American, dim sum dumplings come to mind first. I don’t think I had Chicken and Dumplings until I reached adulthood, but I do adore that dish.

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