Hi there, as I work and live for travelling I am really interested in many different places on this beautiful planet. I travel mainly across Europe. Greece is always a good place to be for me. I would like to know your favorite places - whether it is the region you come from, the place you...
Wow, that's a great price. I am always looking for inexpensive used books in foreign languages, primarily German, French, or Spanish.
Today I bought a cup of green tea from Starbucks, despite the warm weather. Then I drove to Lake Michigan (less than 5 minutes away) and watched the scenery while drinking it in my car. Have to be satisfied with simple things these days.
I'm always on the look out for good price deals on books, mainly books to do with languages. I often buy books directly from India, because they offer many books at remarkably low prices. Not all Amazons are created equal. If you're looking for good deals and prepared to accept good quality second-hand books, compare prices on various national branches of Amazon. I recently wanted an out-of-print Sanskrit grammar written in French. It was available on American Amazon for around NZ$200. On French Amazon, it was available for around NZ$50. It pays to shop around.
Thanks for the book buying tips. I have also had mostly good experiences with Bookdepository in the UK. Their prices are usually reasonable and they offer free shipping worldwide, with no minimum purchase.
Ordered last week, arrived today. Perfume and eyeshadow. Perfume is Dahlia & Vines by Nest (a nice ladylike floral fragrance, lol) and the eyeshadow is Urban Decay - Specter (a very shimmery warm light pink). Along with a few freebies from Sephora. A makeup removal cloth (just takes water to clean your makeup off supposedly), a sample set of face primer and setting powder (to try whenever I wear makeup again), and a couple of little sample fragrances (a sweet sugary one and a fresh beachy one).