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Carnival Mardi Gras is the Name of Their New Ship

Carnival Cruise Line has just announced the name for their newest ship – Carnival Mardi Gras.  It’s a name that I clearly remember from my… The post Carnival Mardi Gras is the Name of Their New Ship appeared first on Cruise Maven.
Tags: Travel, Carnival Cruise Line, Carnival Mardi Gras


the vancouver island report: two more days of training and on to campbell river

I've completed another two days of training and orientation. It's been pretty awesome. In the past three days, I've had a tour of the Nanaimo Harbourfront branch, which is something of a showpiece and central library, and a tour of the Nanaimo North branch, which is new and beautiful. I've met with managers of: library systems, payroll, scheduling, facilities, human resources, purchasing, health and safety, communications, finance, technical services, the Creative Commons, and e-resources. Each ...
Tags: Travel, Allan, Diego, Vancouver Island, Campbell River, Port Hardy, Laura K, Becoming A Librarian, My Working Life, Nanaimo Harbourfront, Nanaimo North


Carnival Mardi Gras is the Name of Carnival’s New Ship

Carnival Cruise Line has just announced the name for their newest ship – Carnival Mardi Gras.  It’s a name that I clearly remember from my… The post Carnival Mardi Gras is the Name of Carnival’s New Ship appeared first on Cruise Maven.
Tags: Travel, Carnival, Carnival Cruise Line, Carnival Mardi Gras


guest post: allan and diego's first week in port hardy

Allan wrote some really nice things about our new life, both in emails to me and on one of his non-baseball blog. With his permission, I've collected some of them here.* * * *I drove into town today, thinking I would go to the library and museum, but I forgot they are closed on Monday. I went into the Cafe/Book Nook. Small book area in a semi-lower floor, way more new books than used. There is a craft store upstairs that has all kinds of nice things, including earrings I'm pretty sure you like -...
Tags: Travel, Personal, Allan, Laura, Vancouver Island, Arizona Florida, Guido, Laura K, Moving To Bc, Allan No, Diego Brenda


Opposition- opposed to the Gov's proposed abolition of the Family Court

For those of us who attended the national family law conference in Brisbane, there was an element of controversy between the Government and Opposition. Attorney-General Christian Porter spoke at length about his desire to reform the Family Court by:consolidating the Family Court and Federal Circuit Courts into two division of the one structuremaking any appeals be heard by a single judge of the Federal Court. The appeal proposal is radical as:current appeals are dealt with by specialist appeal j...
Tags: Travel, Labor, Australia, Senate, House, Brisbane, Parliament, Gough Whitlam, Kelvin, Family Court, Rice, Federal Court, Morrison, Porter, Isaacs, Stephen Page


Launch of Page Provan!

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Tags: Travel, Brisbane, Bruce, Julie, Stephen Page, Calibri, Stephen Page Harrington, Julie Harrington, Provan, Page Provan, Bruce Provan, Harrington Family Lawyers


Day 61 Day in Guayaquil

Original plan of meeting Nadia at 0900 was changed to 1000 as Nadia thought Daisy would like a little more time to rest and she was correct. This gave me a bit of time to catch up on the travel blog as well. At 1000 Nadia drove us to the Guayaquil Histo
Tags: Travel, Nadia, Guayaquil


And Uber is going with . . . Bird (looks like)

Five months ago, the Bay Area-based electric scooter rental company Lime joined forces with the ride-hailing giant Uber, which both invested in the company as part of a $335 million round and said it was going to promote Lime in its mobile app. It’s looking now like that may have been a mistake for Lime. Though Lime presumably shared information with its investor, Uber is now on the cusp of acquiring Lime’s fiercest rival Bird, according to several sources, none of whom quite knows at what...
Tags: Travel, TC, Lyft, Uber, Travis Vanderzanden, China, San Francisco, Bird, Travis Kalanick, Sequoia Capital, Kalanick, Bay Area, Lime, Dara, Dara Khosrowshahi, Khosrowshahi


Saint-Augustin Church

A post about another church… Well, there are some 250 churches / religious buildings in Paris – with a domination of the Roman Catholic ones – some 140 … and so far this blog has only posts about some 50 (and my previous blog less than 10), so there is more to do. The Saint-Augustin Church was built during the 1860’s in a then by Haussmannian boulevards completely newly shaped area… One considered that there was a need for another prestigious church building. During the constructi...
Tags: Travel, England, Paris, Joan, Les Halles, Ballard, Napoleon III, Paris 8, PeterParis, Saint Augustin Church, Victor Ballard


Lively Afternoon in Rome’s Piazza Navona

The post Lively Afternoon in Rome’s Piazza Navona appeared first on LandLopers.
Tags: Travel, Rome, Travel Photos, Daily Travel Photos, Piazza Navona


Suria KLCC Magical Whimsical Christmas Decorations and Celebrations 2018

Suria KLCC Magical Whimsical Christmas Decorations and Celebrations 2018 Every year, we look forward to celebrating Christmas at Suria KLCC. They offer one of the best Christmas celebrations and decorations in the city every year. This year, Suria KLCC has transformed into a spectacular Christmas wonderland. The theme for this year is called ‘Whimsical Christmas’ and Suria KLCC is transformed to breath taking floral town decorated with ribbons of colourful lights and snow Christmas tree and guar...
Tags: Travel, Family, Featured, Shopping, Events, Malaysia, Santa Claus, Citibank, Headline, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Secret Santa, Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur, KLCC, Center Court, Suria Klcc


Who would ever want to come here

We pack our bags ready for our 1pm bus journey to Playa del Carmen. We really have not seen much of Tulum as we havent felt well. But to be honest from what we did see we didnt like it much. Still our accommodation has been a little haven. We have
Tags: Travel, Tulum, Playa


As Low as 14,000 SkyMiles Round Trip To or From Latin America and the Caribbean: Delta Weekly Award Sale December 5 2018

Redeem as few as 14,000 SkyMiles for round-trip flights seated in the economy class cabin on Delta Air Lines — plus pay between $54.00 and $113.00 in taxes and fees — for travel between the 48 contiguous United States and Latin America from Friday, March 1, 2019 through Friday, April 19, 2019, by when all travel must be completed… …but you must... The post As Low as 14,000 SkyMiles Round Trip To or From Latin America and the Caribbean: Delta Weekly Award Sale December 5 2018 appeared first on Th...
Tags: Travel, Deals, United States, Delta, Airlines, Latin America, Caribbean, Promotions, Delta Air Lines, Discounts And Coupons, Loyalty Programs, Le Club Accorhotels


THREE POLICE OFFICERS and ONE GANGSTER have by now testified/hinted clearly to Modi’s direction of Haren Pandya’s murder

It is time to take a stocktake of the Pandya issue on which I’ve put out the following posts in the past: 27th June 2016 – “The biggest political murder in the country”. The urgent need to reopen the murder case of Haren Pandya which took place under Modi’s nose. 13th July 2014: Sorry, Modi, you can’t […]
Tags: Travel, India, Modi, Pandya, Haren Pandya


Reindeer Rice Krispie Treats

Give your Christmas Rice Krispies Treats a little something extra this holiday season by making them into adorable Reindeer Rice Krispie Treats! Is there anyone that doesn’t love a good old-fashioned Rice Krispie Treat? They’re the delicious dessert that you can easily make all year round. But if you want something special for the holiday season, […] The post Reindeer Rice Krispie Treats appeared first on Mommy Musings®.
Tags: Travel, Food, Rice Krispie Treat, Christmas Recipes


Pilot pleads not guilty to indecent exposure at airport

DENVER (AP) — A United Airlines pilot accused of indecent exposure says he did not willfully expose himself when he stood naked at the window to his 10th-floor hotel room at the Denver International Airport. The Denver Post reports 54-year-old Capt. Andrew Collins pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charge Wednesday in Denver County Court. […]
Tags: Travel, News, Ap, Denver, United Airlines, Andrew Collins, Denver Post, Denver International Airport, Nation & World, Denver County Court


Why you should visit Thessaloniki

Without a doubt , Thessaloniki is Greece’s rising star. Until recently, the charms of this port city have been overshadowed by Athens, still the most visited place in the country. Lately, this northern city has been stirring up interest. Salonica, as locals call it, is slowly and confidently making its way to the Greek travel scene, bringing with it a rich cultural and culinary heritage, stellar nightlife, and laid-back authenticity. Here’s why Thessaloniki should be on your bucket list. You ...
Tags: Travel Planning, Greece Tourism, Greece Travel, Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki Travel, where to go in Greece


Pushkar Preserving the Raika Way of Life and their Camels

Our visits to India have introduced us to some very interesting and likeminded people and their dear to my heart NGO. The organization Camel Charisma is part of an effort to preserve the camel population of India by assisting the people who know these c
Tags: Travel, India, Raika Way of Life, Camel Charisma


Step Back in Time

Ethiopia is a bit of a weird place. Amongst the things and there are a few that make it odd is the calendar. They use a different month system 13 months but this can normally be ignored if you keep to short timescales as the years are the same length.
Tags: Travel, Ethiopia


This Diamond-Studded Emirates Boeing 777 is – Sadly – Not Real

Dubai-based Emirates tweeted out a photo of one of their Boeing 777s encrusted in Diamonds. For Emirates this is actually believable. And they serious Need. To. Do. This. Continue reading This Diamond-Studded Emirates Boeing 777 is – Sadly – Not Real...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Emirates, Dubai, Boeing


Copy of Rana Ayyub’s article in The Wire: It’s Time to Blow the Lid off Haren Pandya’s Murder

GIVEN THE CHRONIC DISAPPEARANCE FROM THE INTERNET OF VAST AMOUNTS OF EVIDENCE THAT’S BEEN PUT OUT AGAINST MODI OVER THE PAST MANY YEARS, I’M COPYING THIS ARTICLE FROM RANA AYYUB FOR MY FUTURE RECORD. [Screenshot] ===== Mumbai: A key witness in the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case told a Special Court in Mumbai earlier this month that the contract […]
Tags: Travel, India, Mumbai, Special Court, Rana Ayyub, Haren Pandya, Sohrabuddin


TRIP TO CHILE 2018 Cajon del Maipo

Tuesday my fourth day in Chile was one of the most beautiful days I have ever spent. We had signed up with a small tourist company ilovechiletours.com for their Andes Mountains Gem Route tou
Tags: Travel, Chile, Andes Mountains, Maipo


#Dubai index hits new low as heavyweights extend losses

Dubai index hits new low as heavyweights extend losses:Selling pressure grew on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) general index as heavyweight counters such as Emaar Properties and Damac extended losses on Wednesday.The index touched an intra-day low of 2,624.94 before recovering slightly to close at 2,632.15, down 1.63 per cent from the previous close.On a declining trend, the index is down an average 7.1 per cent from the November 8 high of 2,833, and has formed continuous lows over the last we...
Tags: Travel, Dubai, Emaar Properties, Dubai Financial Market DFM, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Damac


#UAE widens scope of penal code to fight corruption

UAE widens scope of penal code to fight corruption:President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan has decreed changes to the UAE Penal Code that boost the country’s anti-corruption legislation.The penal code is now more wide-ranging than before, covering both foreign and domestic acts of bribery. The decree covers both the public and private sectors, as well as international organisations.The amendments to the penal code, which take effect immediately, have brought anti-corruption reg...
Tags: Travel, Uae, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan


Oil slips as Saudis says Opec deal still unresolved

Oil slips as Saudis says Opec deal still unresolved:Oil retreated after the biggest two-day gain since June as investors grapple with doubts over whether the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and its allies will curb production.Futures slipped as much as 2.1 per cent in New York, paring gains of 4.6 per cent in the previous two sessions. Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al Falih said it’s “premature” to say whether the producer group will agree on efforts to stabilise the oversupp...
Tags: Travel, New York, America, Opec, Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC, Khalid al Falih, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Brent likely to average $70 next year, says American bank

Brent likely to average $70 next year, says American bank:Brent crude is expected to average $70 per barrel in 2019 according to an energy sector outlook from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML).It expects the WTI grade to average around $59, helped both by demand growth and a production cut from OPEC and some of its allies.OPEC is due to meet today in Vienna, followed by talks with allies such as Russia on Friday. [Author: [email protected] (Rupert Neil Bumfrey)]
Tags: Travel, Russia, Opec, Vienna, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Shale's growing profits at the mercy of OPEC cuts and Trump's tweets | Reuters

Shale's growing profits at the mercy of OPEC cuts and Trump's tweets | Reuters:The recent nosedive in crude oil prices came just as shale producers had started delivering healthy returns after years of heavy spending to boost production and market share.The shift has pleased investors who had grown weary of waiting for a payoff while watching the frenetic west Texas shale boom make the United States the world’s top oil producer and a major exporter.The 29 percent drop in U.S. crude oil prices CL...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Opec, United States, Trump, Reuters, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


#Qatar banks’ outlook for 2019 remains stable: Moody’s - The Peninsula Qatar

Qatar banks’ outlook for 2019 remains stable: Moody’s - The Peninsula Qatar:With improving operating conditions, solid loan performance and strong capital, Qatar banks have stable outlook for 2019.Moody’s Outlook for ‘GCC Banks for 2019’ showed Qatar’s banking system showed stability in all the seven components of credit drivers, including operating environment, asset risks, capital, profitability & efficiency, funding & liquidity and government support. Qatar is among the two countries in the r...
Tags: Travel, Qatar, GCC, Bahrain, Moody, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Peninsula Qatar, Moody 's Outlook


‘Made in #Qatar’ offers new co-operation ties with #Oman, says Qatar Chamber chairman

‘Made in Qatar’ offers new co-operation ties with Oman, says Qatar Chamber chairman:The ‘Made in Qatar’ Oman edition, which concludes today (December 6) in Muscat, has opened new opportunities for Qatar and Oman to strengthen co-operation ties in a wide range of sectors, Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani has said.Sheikh Khalifa lauded the staging of the four-day exhibition, which was held for the second time outside Qatar, for its ability to attract thousands of visitors,...
Tags: Travel, Qatar, Oman, Muscat, Khalifa, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al Thani


New Zealand to Australia

SC writes Our last day in Christchurch was unsurprisingly damp. We went back to the museum to finish it of and toured the samll trams network riding the vintage trams. All good fun. The last tram we rode was originally from Sydney and somewhet ironica
Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, New Zealand, Christchurch



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