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This is Brazil in a (Coco)Nutshell

At 1:30 a.m., I had a sudden craving for a pão de queijo. Don’t judge if you’ve never had this quintessential, addictive melt-in-your-mouth Brazilian snack. Fortunately, in Florianópolis, it’s easy to satisfy a few basic late-night cravings, as long as you enjoy what Brazilians eat when bars are closing—mostly fried snacks filled with chicken and cream cheese, ham-and-cheese bread, pound cake or yes, pão de queijo. Just walk to the nearest 24/7 gas station, they have a big selection of food and ...
Tags: Travel, Paraguay, Brazil, Uruguay, Expedia, Argentina Uruguay, Banco, Florianopolis, South America 2018-2019, Coco Nutshell, Rosário Centro Florianópolis Look, Lagoa Ilha de Santa Catarina


Byron Beach Clean

This is a fraction of the plastic toys Byron Beach Clean have collected that were left on Main Beach Byron Bay over the last year! This is happening ALL over the planets’ beaches! Sometimes they find entire sets obviously left overnight… people must fly up on holidays buy them and leave them on the beach not wanting to carry them home on the plane! Imagine this broken down into microscopic beads travelling in the sea. Follow Byron Beach Clean on Facebook, and please take all your rubbish / b...
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Mount Fuji

3rd Jul I was up bright and early ready to hike Mount Fuji. The hostel I was staying at let me leave my luggage there and I departed just after six am to go to the rendezvous point for the start of my tour. I had scoped out where it was last night as I
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Winter Getaway

My version of January thaw. Greatish start to my winter getaway. Despite high winds our flight was smooth and we landed 12 hr early. That put me in my hotel about the time I was scheduled to land. On the way there was the most incredible sunset I
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Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies

Valentine’s Day just got a little sweeter with this easy recipe for Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies using box cake mix. Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies for Valentine’s Day If there was ever a reason to bake a batch of heart-shaped red velvet crinkle cookies it’s Valentine’s Day! Red velvet cake is more elegant than plain chocolate […] The post Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies appeared first on Mommy Musings®.
Tags: Travel, Food, Valentine, Valentine's Day Recipes, Heart Shaped Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies


Sunrises and Sunsets From Around the World

Attractions, landmarks, food, architecture, topography and people are only a few of the reasons why people travel to different places around the world — but sometimes the best part of the day while traveling is either when the sun rises at dawn or when the sun sets at dusk. Sunrises represent the beginning of a brand new day through which adventures and experiences await — but sunsets signal the end of a day with a time to be a night owl and go out on the town before retiring to the evening slum...
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Huatulco

Huatulco where we worship the legend of the tree from the very beginning of time when the high mountain platform was turned into the palace where the chief and his family could live high up among the gods. The young girl whom carried avocados miles every
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This Is the Best Time to Book Flights in 2019

If you’re planning on buying a plane ticket soon you might want to set an alarm.Read more...
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South America Day 4 Rio de Janeiro

Today we are going sightseeing in Rio. So on a sunny summer Saturday we set of by Metro from Copacabana to the city centre. Not surprisingly we are travelling in the opposite direction to almost everyone else. We buy Metro tickets which are quite de
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7 reasons for extending your stay in Quito

Quito is well known as a heritage city that offers a variety of cultural activities and sightseeing. Nevertheless, most of the travelers use Quito as a stopover before or after their trip to the amazing Galapagos Islands. There is plenty to explore for the most avid traveler to plan to spend a few nights in […] The post 7 reasons for extending your stay in Quito appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Attractions, South America, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Regions, Going Out, Quito


Grate Picnic Food: Cheesy Olive & Herb Scones!

Want to make the most of picnic weather and make something to share? Try these savoury scones made with cheese, olives, herbs and garlic. These will disappear fast so make sure you nab a slice before everyone else does! I served these scones with a batch of the roasted tomato butter I made but you could serve these plain or with butter. If they're warm they're really lovely but these were cold by the time we got to the family picnic and they were still a hit. And that's not even counting the fac...
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Cassis Home Renovation Project

    If I did not have such a great team to work with I would never agree to step in and project manage such an undertaken of Cassis Home. Plus if Ching and Gary were not good friends of mine and if they weren't one hundred percent behind every decision I make I would never be doing this. But since the "Team" is behind me and creativity is free rein this is one of the best projects, that am lucky and happy to be part of it.  What I mean is that this apartment was good enough, it was livable but ...
Tags: Travel, San Francisco, living in France, Gary, Rene, Yann, Ching, Cassis, Love Don, A Fisherman's House in Cassis, French la Vie


France, Paris

17h Reflets porte de Vanves Copyright Jacques Witt [Author: Jacques Witt]
Tags: Travel, Blogroll, France PARIS, Actualité, Non classé, Photographie, Photojournalisme, Voyages, Jacques Witt


At Least 200 American Airlines Regional Jets Will Get Seat Power This Year

Over the last couple of years American Airlines has been aggressively adding seat power and satellite internet to their fleet. They've made a strategic decision not to offer seat back video on demand the way that Delta does. Since customers need to use their own devices for entertainment, they need to power those devices. And with the mainline fleet well underway for these modifications, the airline is now in the process of add seat power to two-cabin regional jets -- Embraer ERJ-175s, Bombardi...
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Travel: Largest cruise ship ever to be based year-round in Southern California coming to Long Beach

Come December, Southern California cruisers will say “ahoy” to the new 4,000-passenger Carnival Panorama, currently being built at the same Italian shipyard where the ship it’s replacing, the 3,100-passenger Carnival Splendor, was constructed a decade ago. Just months away from a sea test at the Fincantieri shipyard near Venice, Italy, the Panorama is the third vessel in Carnival’s Vista Class, following the 2-year-old Carnival Vista and 9-month-old Carnival Horizon. It will not only be Carnival...
Tags: Travel, Australia, California, Mexico, La, Singapore, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Hawaii, Italy, San Diego, Long Beach, Trevor


Eye on Travel–Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa–January 12, 2019

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Eye on Travel–Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa–January 12, 2019   This week, Eye on Travel broadcasts from the luxury Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa. Joining Peter is Vuyani Jarana, CEO of South African Airways, on the development of long-haul flights in aviation and the challenges of flying from, to and through the continent. Khadija Patel, Editor-in-Chief of the Mail & Guardian, on the history and some myths of South Africa, ...
Tags: Travel, South Africa, Peter, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, JOHANNESBURG South Africa, Saxon Hotel, Khadija Patel, Vuyani Jarana, Eye on Travel, Travel Saxon Hotel


Travel Alert January 2019: Winter Weather Impacts the Eastern United States

As predicted, the winter weather which affected much of the state of Colorado within the past couple of days has spread eastward: if the eastern half of the United States is in your travel plans over the next couple of days, you may want to consider delaying your travel — or, at least, keep yourself updated as to the latest information pertaining to the weather — due to the effects resulting from winter weather. The winter weather system which... The post Travel Alert January 2019: Winter Weathe...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, United States, Airlines, News And Weather, Eastern United States


Whitepaper: Google, your most important hotel distribution channel

The search giant has evolved from a digital marketing medium to a major player in hotel advertising, loyalty and distribution.
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60,000 Marriott Points for Europe in Business and Free Private Jet Flights is Bad Business, Who Knew?

News and notes from around the interweb: Looks like all your can jet private flight app company JetSmarter is imploding. In the beginning they offered amazing deals (and burned tremendous cash). I only ever used them when they gave free trial memberships to customers with elite status and big mileage balances. The LAX Tom Bradley Terminal finally has PreCheck Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on flying coach: When speaking to the Royal Aircraft Association back in 2002, Prince Philip commented o...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Advice, Edinburgh, Philip, Robert Mueller, Philip Duke, Marriott Points, LAX Tom Bradley Terminal, Royal Aircraft Association


Spain Day 18

Pretty late getting away today after filling up with water and gas emptying the loo AND using the onsite van wash.And when we did move it was initially only as far as the ENORMOUS Eroski store across the way. This wasn't as it sounds a Russian se
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A stroll round Chirk

Alex and I decided to have a walk round the woods at Chirk Castle today for a change. There were even some snowdrops out in the woods though not as many as in my garden
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The sub-prime timebomb is back – this time companies are lighting the fuse | Business | The Guardian

The sub-prime timebomb is back – this time companies are lighting the fuse | Business | The Guardian:When an expert in financial risk at one of the world’s most powerful private equity outfits tells investors to scale down their exposure to a specific corner of the debt market, it is worth taking notice.Henry McVey, who sits on the risk committee at KKR, said last week that the leveraged loan market – a $1.3tn (£1tn) pile of risky corporate loans – had been on a “great run in recent years” but t...
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Surprise

Hey everyone l hope you all had a wonderful holiday seasonAs many of you probably know already l was able to travel home for the holidays to visit the family. l have signed on to teach for another year here in Korea and during the negotiation of my
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Why Window Shades Should Be Kept Closed On Your Next Flight

I always prefer an aisle seat but the person in the window gets to decide whether the shade is up or down. And more often than not shades should be closed. Window shades as well as cabin lighting get adjusted for takeoff and landing for safety, to improve reaction time of both passengers and crew. And when you land in a hot city you'll often be asked to close the window shades before getting off the aircraft, to keep the plane cool for the next flight. But what about when you're in the air, mi...
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Google Online Safety Roadshow

This Google’s video series gives a nice bite-sized overview of many important online safety topics including thinking before you share, protecting your stuff, knowing and using your settings properly, avoiding scams, and being positive. Tip #1: Think before you share Tip #2: Protect Your Stuff Tip #3: Know & Use Your Settings Tips #4: Avoid Scams Tips #5: Be Positive! The post appeared first on Dubai Digital Marketing Training &...
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Air Zimbabwe Is Shutting Down For Several Days Because They Have No Planes That Can Fly

Air Zimbabwe is shutting down for several days because they have no aircraft suitable to operate. On December 30 their Boeing 737-200 went out of service. It reportedly needs 45 days of maintenance, though may not return to the fleet. Their only other aircraft, a Boeing 767-200, needs maintenance that's expected to take several days. Continue reading Air Zimbabwe Is Shutting Down For Several Days Because They Have No Planes That Can Fly...
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Enchanting Things to do in Texas Hill Country in Three Days

I want to come back to Hill Country, Texas. We barely scratched the surface during our 9 day visit. The Texas Hill Country is a  huge region that encompasses 12 counties and is located at the crossroads of West, Central and South Texas. Enchanted Rock State Park It encompasses two major cities: Austin and San Antonio. That means there are so many things to do in Texas Hill Country. I forgot that Texas is huge. On our first day exploring the Texas Hill Country we had a two hour drive from our...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Texas, Australia, America, Austin, Willie Nelson, Dallas, Sam, San Antonio, Newberry, Devil, Uluru, San Marcos, Fredericksburg, Gruene Hall


Sniff out Safety: Smell Proof Bags That Will Keep You Safe in the City and in the Wild

Have you ever imagined life without a sense of smell? Probably not, unless you have a friend with anosmia. People take this sense quite for granted until they have a cold, then nothing tastes right. But even the keenest nose on earth pales in comparison to an animal’s nose. In fact, if an animal became a human, it would feel as though it had completely lost its sense of smell. On the bright side, this experiment will never happen… But people still have smells we try to hide from people or anima...
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Rotterdam: Hotel New York

Hotel New York in Rotterdam embedded between high rises. It used to be the passengers terminal for the Holland – Amerika Line. This is Post # 1,000 of this blog. Atp subject as the making of this hotel in Rotterdam inspired me to create my small hotel / B & B Haagsche Suites in The Hague later. The highest highrise here is the Montevideo building by Francine Hoeben. Left Highrise is WorldPortCenter by Norman Foster. The post Rotterdam: Hotel New York appeared first on Happy Hotelier.
Tags: New York, Hotels, Netherlands, Norman Foster, The Hague, Rotterdam, Montevideo, Photo of the Day, Holland Amerika Line This is Post, Francine Hoeben


Eni, Thailand's PTTEP Win Oil Exploration Rights in #AbuDhabi - Bloomberg

Eni, Thailand's PTTEP Win Oil Exploration Rights in Abu Dhabi - Bloomberg:Eni SpA and Thailand’s PTT Exploration and Production Pcl secured rights to explore for oil and natural gas in Abu Dhabi, committing to invest at least $230 million to assess the offshore fields.The concession will be operated by Eni, and will be fully-owned by the Italian company and the government-owned Thai producer. Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. will have the option of retaining 60 percent of the fields once they reach th...
Tags: Travel, Thailand, Abu Dhabi, Eni, ADNOC, Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co, Eni SpA, Eni Thailand, PTTEP, AbuDhabi Bloomberg, Abu Dhabi Bloomberg, Production Pcl



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