Art Inspiration: Rukia Kuchiki

Who Is Rukia Kuchiki? In the anime “Bleach”, Rukia was a Soul Reaper, who was in charge of eliminating evil souls, Hollows. In my eyes, she was a strong and extremely brave female character in the series. The relationship that developed between her and the protagonist, Ichigo Kurosaki, was quite hilarious at times…. She was… Continue reading Art Inspiration: Rukia Kuchiki

The Face Behind The Blog Tag

I was tagged by Jan On The Blog! Here is a brief background info about me! Meet Jan from Jan On The Blog !! Check out and subscribe to her blog too! Jan’s Rules You’re tagged! To my blogging friends – I love reading your posts and would love to get to know more about… Continue reading The Face Behind The Blog Tag

Art Inspiration: Seriously?

Seriously? Did I just hear that? Who is that person to shove Their brainless opinions Down my throat Just because of How I look? Seriously? Why don’t they Focus on themselves? I rather work hard On myself Than work out My finger! — Chocoviv Follow Chocoviv’s Lifestyle Blog on

Silk Road: Heavenly Lake of Tianshan (天池)

Tianchi (Chinese: 天池; pinyin: Tiānchí) is an alpine lake in Xinjiang, Northwest China. The name (天池) literally means Heavenly Lake and can refer to several lakes in mainland China and Taiwan. This Tianchi lies on the north side of the Bogda Shan (“Mountain of God”, Bogda is a Mongolian word meaning “God”) range of the Tian Shan (“Mountain of Heaven”), about 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Fukang and 45 kilometres (28 mi) east… Continue reading Silk Road: Heavenly Lake of Tianshan (天池)

Reblog Feature: Hotels Versus Airbnb

Often when you go away on holiday, one of the most important questions is where you’re going to stay. For us, we want somewhere that’s central, not … Hotels Versus Airbnb Follow Chocoviv’s Lifestyle Blog on Go check out Ireland And Elsewhere for more travel tips! Which one do you prefer? AirBNB or hotel?

The Lockdown Tag

I was tagged by 3YellowDaisies for tagging me! Life’s been like a roller coaster…. But since the lockdown began in March and slowly opening back up through the summer, I have been keeping myself busy. RULES:  Thank the person who nominated you! Answer the blogger’s questions. Nominate other bloggers. Questions: 1. Overall, how are you… Continue reading The Lockdown Tag

Silk Road: Tourist In Dun Huang (2005)

Dunhuang is a city located in China’s northwestern Gansu Province, on the very edge of the Gobi Desert. It was an important city in the history of the Silk Road as it was situated at the intersection of all three Silk Roads. The Silk Road Dunhuang Hotel Sorry for the blurry photo! It was the… Continue reading Silk Road: Tourist In Dun Huang (2005)

Book Review: The Refuge By Jo Fenton

Image Courtesy of Amazon This was the second book of the series. So, the evil mastermind of the Abbey, Dominic, was gone. From the Brotherhood, which was like a cult, the Abbey was transformed into a sanctuary and refuge for women and their children who were hiding from abusive situations. How interesting….. This novel revolves… Continue reading Book Review: The Refuge By Jo Fenton

Silk Road: Lanzhou

In 2005, as part of our Silk Road tour, Lanzhou, Gansu was one of our stops. “Lanzhou (Chinese: 兰州) is the capital and largest city of Gansu Province in Northwest China. Located on the banks of the Yellow River, it is a key regional transportation hub, connecting areas further west by rail to the eastern half of the country. Historically, it has… Continue reading Silk Road: Lanzhou