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Dutch Oliebollen Recipe for New Year's Eve

Dutch Oliebollen Recipe for New Year’s Eve

Generously scattered around the Netherlands at this time of year are oliebollen stands. You will find these sweet Dutch treats at winter fairs and Christmas markets and in any town centre. However,  you can also make your own with this recipe. The Dutch Doughnut Olibollen are deep fried dough balls, usually covered in icing sugar.

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What to Expect in the Year of the Monkey for Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year, starts on February 8. Let’s talk about what to expect in the Year of the Monkey. The date, based on the Chinese lunar calendar rather than the Gregorian calendar, changes each year but typically falls between mid January to mid February. Chinese New Year

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Bali: Celebrate New Years 5 Times

Bali is one of those places where you can have the most memorable experiences possible. Being here for 10 months has really given a new perspective to our lives, and one of the reasons for that is that if you stay long enough you can take part in 5 different New Years celebrations! Especially if

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