Long detour to Palenque

We know its the weekend the Mexicans were up till gone 1am shouting down the corridors laughing loudly and banging doors. Our hotel owner Suzanne is shrugging her shoulders in annoyance its always the same she tells me. We have a strict no
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New book project: Economics for Economists – What about roads, what about schools

I’ve started this book project. Click HERE to read the book as it progresses. == STARTING TEXT – BASED ON A A FEW HOURS OF WORK === ECONOMICS FOR PROFESSIONAL ECONOMISTS This book aims to correct the widespread failures of economics education. Most economists jump straight from a market failure to a role for government. They […]
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Response Time From Marriott Rewards Needs Improvement

When Marriott Rewards offered an incentive last month to stay at either some or all of the 29 brands which now comprise Marriott International, Incorporated since the acquisition of Starwood Hotels and Resorts, I sought clarification as to the details to ensure that I reported them here correctly... ...but what I received was... The post Response Time From Marriott Rewards Needs Improvement appeared first on The Gate.
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Jordan to Nepal In the shadow of Everest

The journey to the airport was superquick don't know where all the traffic had gone. In fact we were too early to checkin but we were soon on board the 9.00 pm Qatar Airways flight from Amman to Doha in Qatar where we would transit. The plane was lo
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The Greatest Showman Reimagined

This post for The Greatest Showman Reimagined is sponsored by Atlantic Records. All opinions are my own. The first time I saw The Greatest Showman was on a flight to Korea. Admittedly, I cried like a baby for most of the movie– but I enjoyed the characters, acting, and music so much that I watched […] The post The Greatest Showman Reimagined appeared first on Mommy Musings®.
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‘La Henge’ at Falls Byron – an arts program out of the box!

A giant roaming woolly mammoth, a replica Stonehenge made out of cardboard, an epic staged cardboard battle with cavemen and sabre-toothed tigers, hot box rock and roll yoga, homegrown comedy and a Howl & Moan Records stage showcasing local musicians. This is just a glimpse of what will be on offer at Falls Byron arts and culture precinct this year. The brainchild of local artist and curator Amac (aka Andrew McDonald), ‘La Henge’ at Falls Byron is an exciting, eclectic mix of home-grown northern...
Tags: Travel, Featured, News, Culture, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Byron, Festivals & Events, Byron Bay, BAP, Northern Rivers, Andrew McDonald, Lone Goat Gallery, Mandy Nolan, Falls Byron

Conflict Transformation vs. Transformational Travel

In my life, I have been blessed to be able to study abroad, work abroad and to travel extensively overseas. I’ve been a TEFL instructor, a tour guide and a study abroad director. I have experienced the ins and outs of the food and beverage industry on several continents. I’ve backpacked Europe and traveled alone in the Middle East. All of these experiences have the power to transform an individual. I like to refer to them as ‘transformational travel.’ However, there is one form of ‘transformatio...
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NOVEMBER 17 2018 Today is our second day in Winnipeg. We arrived yesterday evening after uneventful flights via Minneapolis. It was cold when we got here. A representative from Natural Habitat was at the airport to meet us. We have met s Dutch cou
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The Joys of Flying Standby, Set to Bohemian Rhapsody

This is just brilliant, you're going to want to share this with anyone you know that works for an airline or their friends and family who travel on passes. Continue reading The Joys of Flying Standby, Set to Bohemian Rhapsody...
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France, May-en-Multien

14h45 Survol de la forêt Copyright Jacques Witt [Author: Jacques Witt]
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A Gaucho’s Life in San Antonio de Areco

When thinking about Argentina, what comes to mind? Americans will say meat, Europeans will think about football/soccer, and South Americans will mention tango — but locals will talk about the mythical gauchos. In the middle of the Argentinian Pampas, only a 60 miles from Buenos Aires, stands a little town, to all appearances very quiet, but keen to preserve the country’s habits and customs. San Antonio de Areco was founded in 1730, and it is today probably the town that best symbolizes gauchos’...
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Schon etwas lnger her seit dem letzten Eintrag aber entweder hatte ich keine Zeit keine Lust kein Internet oder war einfach krank. Dafr gibt es jetzt umso mehr zu schreiben ber das spannende Land namens Bolivien.Gleich nach dem Grenzbergang v
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Heartbreaking: Woman Shipped 80 Year Old Father to Denver With His Dog And No One to Care For Him But United

We hope not to be burdens on our children. Many people would choose not to let themselves reach the point where they don't know who they are and can't function independently. But we try to extend lives, and the burdens on families and on society for costs, are significant. So we wind up with people sent to the airport, where the best we can hope for is a compassionate United Airlines employee to see that they're taken care of. Continue reading Heartbreaking: Woman Shipped 80 Year Old Father to...
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Top 9 rivers for luxury river cruising in Europe

River cruising is gaining in popularity, but is it for you, and which river do you choose? The average age is slightly higher than ocean cruising, and it is generally more expensive, but it offers more inclusions and there is a suitable itinerary for everyone. It particularly suits those with an interest in history and […] The post Top 9 rivers for luxury river cruising in Europe appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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Craig's Cheese Shop, Bondi Junction

Although she doesn't love eating out, almost every Saturday morning you can find Nina and Garth at their favourite cafe, Craig's Cheese Shop in Bondi Junction. "They're never friendly to me," said Nina warning me that although she had been coming for months, they had barely to crack a smile in her direction.
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292.den presun koper zastavka kranj

Na ranajky kupene rio mare.Po zjedeny okolo jazera.Najskor zastavka na hrade. Dnu som nesiel neoplati sa to podla recepcnych je tam len prti muzeum a nic viac.Pri hrade je aj fajn vyhliadka s lavickou a lezeckou stenou pre zaciatocnikov.P
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Wet Windy Wellington

Cj writes Were coming to the end of our stay in Wellington.We went to the very excellent Peter Lord of the Rings Jacksons exhibition on WW1 with particular reference to the Kiwi experience in Gallipoli yesterday. Now in its last cuple o
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Some American Airlines Flight Attendants Refuse to Serve Drinks to Passengers

In the spring American Airlines started offering free alcoholic beverages to passengers seated in their extra legroom Main Cabin Extra seats, copying Delta (although Delta offers snacks too). American's flight attendants have expressed frustration. They'll say they're concerned about customers drinking too much, but the real concern appears to be having to do more work. Continue reading Some American Airlines Flight Attendants Refuse to Serve Drinks to Passengers...
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Tiptoe Through the Tapas

Spain. My dream destination. Since like forever.I had it all planned out. Retire. Burn my uniform. Move to Spain. Never leave. Eat tapas and drink wine until I die. The End.But something preemptive happened. I found myself invited on a quic
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Houston We Have A Problem

Hey everyone. Houston we have a problem Have you missed us We hope so. The last blog we went sent out was Its Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas. Some of you got it some of you didnt .....theres where the problem lays. Ive sent me
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Day 43 Salt Lake Tara Monks of Pacana.

This morning no dramas with the alarms and we were ready at 0800 but didn't get picked up until 0830.. This time Alexander was our guide and driver so I got a choice to sit in the passenger seat which I did.First stop was a random place on the highw
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Increased air travel may decrease the chances of a global pandemic

The more exposed we are to each other, the less surprising a pathogen will be to our bodies.Terrorism, high blood pressure, and staffing issues threaten to derail progress. Pursuing global health has to be an active choice. None Part of the anxiety in watching the 2011 film Contagion hinges on members of the CDC watching the map of the world itself: the world is so large and filled with so much detail — nooks, corners, and endless blind alleys — that it felt difficult to get a handle on where th...
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Jaws 2

In one of my previous marathons I watched Jaws: The Revenge, the fourth entry in the series, and that was quite awful. This second one is definitely better, and at least also see Roy Scheider still there, but that said, as expected, it takes a bit too long to get to the fun stuff (i.e. the shark attacking people). When it does though, it’s fun, and even the way they defeat Jaws is pretty funny. Can’t say I particularly liked it, but it was still interesting to watch as a snapshot of that era’s ...
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Animal House

To be honest, this was much funnier than I was expecting — although it probably didn’t hurt that I was drinking wine while watching it. Sure, it’s considered a classic (mostly because of Belushi’s presence), but I wasn’t expecting it to have aged well, and in a lot of ways it hasn’t (rampant sexism, etc.) But if you look at it as a product of the time, there are a lot of laughs to be had, and it’s fun seeing so many recognizable actors in one of their earliest roles. And yes, Belushi is fantast...
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Grease is Grease. It’s still fun, it still has a fantastic soundtrack, it’s still cheesy and corny, and it still has its charm and a great cast. Grease is the word. Grease lightning! 
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The Lord of the Rings

The biggest memory I have around this film is when I was younger and we were planning on watching it, a friend was tasked with renting it, but accidentally got a wrestling tape called The Lords of the Ring instead (maybe he had just called to reserve it, without seeing the box). I’ve always had mixed feelings for this film. I do find it to be quite interesting and fascinating, and it is a well done retelling (albeit unfortunately cut short) of the Lord of the Rings saga — and I was quite surpri...
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Like it’s 1978

There goes another year-based movie marathon done and dusted (following: 1967, 1968, 1977, 1985, 1986, 1987). I was pretty excited to jump into 1978, as a lot of the movies I watched were pretty nostalgic for me. I ended up watching nine films (listed below), which I think acted as a good round-up of the type of popular films we saw that year — on the cusp of the blockbuster era, following 1977’s Star Wars). You can take a look at all my short write-ups for each film by clicking below, or simpl...
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Offers I Don’t Think Will Be Around for Long, If You’re Interested Act Now

There are several offers right now that I don't think are going to last. Some we know won't. Others banks have hinted they won't. And in some cases we can make that bet based on past experience. Usually there aren't this many heightened offers at once, it's an embarrassment of riches, largely I think because it's getting harder and harder to get consumer attention, banks need to spend more to acquire customers and it's a highly competitive environment, when one product increases its offer oth...
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in which i say goodbye to cupe 1989 and mississauga library

Many friends and co-workers have said they'll check this blog for updates on our drive west, our new town, my new work. Welcome and a disclaimer: when I travel, wmtc becomes a travel journal, full of details that I want to remember but are probably super boring to anyone else. You've been warned.For the past few weeks, every night that I wasn't working, I've been out with friends. Not exactly my usual schedule! But hey, I'll have more than enough time to do nothing on the road trip. It was wonde...
Tags: Travel, London, Toronto, Personal, Laura K, Becoming A Librarian, My Working Life, VIRL, Mississauga Library

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