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Day 13 Muktinath to Kagbeni

Today we had a late start at 0800. Original plan was to go to the Kagbeni Monastery before breakfast but Sudarshan decided we should eat first. So we all had fried eggs on toast and it was probably the best weve had on this trip. Food at Hotel Buddha w
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Magic Mushrooms: Saffron Milk Cap Mushroom Tart!

It's mushroom season and after a day's mushroom foraging in Oberon, I wanted to make something delicious with these striking saffron milk cap mushrooms. These beautiful mushrooms are a bright orange in colour and lend themselves to creamy flavours and garlic. Enter this tart with a parmesan cheese crust, sauteed saffron milk cap mushrooms and a creamy almost custardy cheese centre!
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Reasons to visit Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi is the colorful capital of Georgia, a country at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. After facing many invasions, from the Ottoman Empire to Russia, Georgia finally gained its independence in 1991 with the breakup of the Soviet Union. Its tumultuous history and mix of cultures make Tbilisi an eclectic, multicultural, and modern city. Unknown to many travelers, it’s slowly becoming a hot destination, so it’s only a matter of time before the crowds descend like they once did on Croatia, ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Asia, Europe, Russia, Georgia, Croatia, Ussr, Tbilisi, Balkans, All, Old Town, Soviet Union, Ferris, Tbilisi Georgia, Ottoman Empire


Save Up to 30 Percent 2019 With Radisson Rewards in North America and South America

You can save up to 30 percent on room rates for stays at participating hotel and resort properties within the brand portfolio of Radisson Hotel Group in North America and South America from Friday, August 30, 2019 through Saturday, February 29, 2020... ...but you must... The post Save Up to 30 Percent 2019 With Radisson Rewards in North America and South America appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Deals, South America, North America, Promotions, Hotels And Lodging, Discounts And Coupons, Loyalty Programs, Radisson Hotel Group, Radisson Rewards


Limeade Recipe | How to Make Limeade

Looking for a refreshing drink for a spring or summer day? This fresh-squeezed Limeade Recipe is sweet and tart, and a cinch to make with only 3 ingredients. Plus, it makes a delicious base for summer cocktails! When it comes to summer beverages, lemonade always gets the attention– but what about limeade? Sweet and tart, limeade is […] The post Limeade Recipe | How to Make Limeade appeared first on Mommy Musings®.
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What is fractional ownership

Millennials may have ruined a lot, but they have made sharing cool again. Undoing the Boomers’ hard work during the “Me” decade of the 1980s, sharing has returned to fashion. Rideshares. Boat-shares. Communal tables. Conventional wisdom says sharing is back, baby! Except for one place: timeshares. Timeshares still come with a seedy connotation of unscrupulous realtors luring in unsuspecting people in with promises of free side-by-side refrigerators. Then after a three-hour high-pressure sales p...
Tags: Travel, Napa, Napoli, Orlando, Tuscany, Aspen, Kauai, All, Spencer, Timbers, Steamboat Colorado, Balter, Timeshares, Vacation Homes, Greg Spencer, Kiawah Island South Carolina


The best things to do in Albania

Although Albania emerged from Communist rule in December 1990, its process of opening up to the world has been slow, and it has been overlooked by even the most adventurous backpackers. Yet, sitting as it does the shores of both the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, between Montenegro and Greece, Albania has a lot to offer. It has stunning, near-empty beaches; ethereal mountains; a rich history. and budget-friendly prices. It’s hard not to be drawn in by this mysterious nation, the homeland of Mother...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Greece, Albania, Mediterranean, Montenegro, Corfu, Balkans, Berat, Butrint, Tirana, All, Unesco World Heritage, Mother Teresa, Dajti Mountain, Skanderbeg Square


California’s travel industry fuels $141 billion in spending, supporting 1.163 million jobs

California’s travel industry grew for the ninth consecutive year in 2018, fueling an estimated $140.6 billion in direct spending and supporting more than 1 million direct jobs, according to Visit California. The organization’s newly released California Travel Impacts 2010-2018 report shows last year’s spending represented a 5.4% increase over 2017 in current dollars and a 2.9% increase in inflation-adjusted dollars. Visitors from other states and countries spent roughly $6 out of every $10 at to...
Tags: Travel, Business, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Wyoming, Hawaii, Tourism, Disneyland, Eric Garcetti, Consumers, Los Angeles County, Golden State, Orange County Orange County, Fuller


Copenhagen

We docked nice and early in Kobnhavn Copenhagen and made our way to a leisurely breakfast before heading out. We knew from the moment that we docked that this was going to be a special day. The architecture the scenary it was all beautiful. The only do
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No Takers for Alitalia and the Disaster of Cuba Travel

A roundup of the most important stories of the day. I keep you up to date on the most interesting writings I find on other sites – the latest news and tips. Continue reading No Takers for Alitalia and the Disaster of Cuba Travel...
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The quiet intimacy of an old Tokyo bar

Last year, I posted this series of photos from Shinjuku’s Omoide Yokocho, or Piss Alley as it’s often known. Along with the images, I also tried to explain how the huge increase in tourism over the last few years has changed it — or at least sort of changed it anyway. Basically it’s way busier than it used to be, and yes, the atmosphere can be quite different. But then again, go there on the right day, at the right time, and the alleyway’s former intimacy can still be found, complete with fasci...
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Day 08

Day 08Today was a travel day moving from Galway Bay area to Cobh. Galway Bay was our base for setting out and seeing some of the sights we wanted to see.Leaving Galway Bay we went up to see the Cliffs of Moher before turning and heading for Co
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Drake & Scull chairman and board member resign amid investigation - The National

Drake & Scull chairman and board member resign amid investigation - The National:Drake & Scull International said its chairman and another board member resigned, as the UAE’s financial regulator investigates the ailing Dubai contractor’s finances after years of losses.Chairman Obaid Bin Touq – who was appointed to the post in December – and board member Khamid Buamim resigned from the company, according to a filing to the Dubai Financial Market, where its shares were traded.DSI thanked the chair...
Tags: Travel, Dubai, Drake, Uae, DSI, Dubai Financial Market, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Drake Scull, Scull, Drake Scull International, Obaid Bin Touq, Khamid Buamim


What Souq-Amazon and Uber-Careem deals mean for Middle East’s online platforms

What Souq-Amazon and Uber-Careem deals mean for Middle East’s online platforms:A number of start-ups in the Middle East are being bought up by global giants, and while some might fear the loss of a home-grown identity, experts say the deals are recognition that local companies know their markets best.It all started in 2009 with Yahoo!’s acquisition of Jordanian company Maktoob.com. The Amman-based online services company, founded in 1998, was known for being the first Arabic-English email servic...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Yahoo, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Middle East, Uae, Amman, Maktoob, North Africa, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Souq Amazon, Souq


#Qatar Petroleum issues tender for North Field LNG storage and loading facilities - The Peninsula Qatar

Qatar Petroleum issues tender for North Field LNG storage and loading facilities - The Peninsula Qatar: Qatar Petroleum issued an Invitation to Tender Package for Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) to expand its common lean liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage, and the loading and export facilities for its North Field Expansion (NFE) Project. The tender package, which was issued to world-class contractors, calls for the engineering, procurement and construction of three LNG storage t...
Tags: Travel, Qatar, EPC, LNG, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Qatar Petroleum, Saad Sherida Al Kaabi, Peninsula Qatar, State for Energy Affairs, North Field LNG


HFTP Announces HITEC Minneapolis CEO Panel Featuring Leading Hoteliers

The upcoming Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC®) is set to provide attendees an insider's look at the pressing technology strategies prioritized in the C-suite. The General Session: "Technology Talk in the C-suite: 2020 and Beyond" on Tuesday, June 18, will be moderated by Chip Rogers, president and CEO of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), and features an impressive panel line up of leading hotel executives. The discussion will revolve around ...
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Oil Traders See Little in Real World to Justify Slump in Crude - Bloomberg

Oil Traders See Little in Real World to Justify Slump in Crude - Bloomberg:Whether it’s in the North Sea, West Africa or the Persian Gulf, traders of millions of barrels of crude are seeing little to justify the past fortnight’s slump in oil futures. Crude on exchanges in New York and London fell as much as 7 percent since late April despite the temporary halt of a pipeline delivering millions of barrels a month of Russian oil to Europe’s refiners. The cessation added to a long list of supply di...
Tags: Travel, Europe, New York, London, Bloomberg, Venezuela, Persian Gulf, Olivier Jakob, Zug Switzerland, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Iran Libya, Petromatrix GmbH, North Sea West Africa


#UAE Token Sales Make It a Global Crypto Capital - Bloomberg

U.A.E. Token Sales Make It a Global Crypto Capital - Bloomberg:Coming from way behind, the United Arab Emirates has just emerged as the world’s capital for sales of digital tokens, accounting for more than a fourth of all funds raised in offerings this year through early April, according to CoinSchedule.Sales in U.A.E. amassed more than $210 million to take the crown from the market’s longtime leader, the U.S., which tumbled from first place for 2018 to seventh in recent months, according to dat...
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Oil Futures Sink Into Trade-War Turmoil as Brent Slips Below $70 - Bloomberg

Oil Futures Sink Into Trade-War Turmoil as Brent Slips Below $70 - Bloomberg:Oil prices tumbled, joining a slide in global equity markets as President Donald Trump’s latest tariff threats raised the stakes in the U.S.-China trade war.Brent crude futures fell 1.9 percent on Tuesday, slipping below $70 a barrel for the first time in over a month, as investors fretted about potential damage to the global economy. Even as negotiators prepped for a new round of talks in Washington, Trump’s remarks ab...
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Vacation rental cap looms, climate change bills die, Kouchi recovering from surgery, Ige to decide midwife license bill, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii vacation rental Honolulu Council considers caps on vacation rentals, fines of up to $50,000 for rule breakers. Proposals before the City Council this week are aimed at drastically reducing the number of vacation rentals on Oahu -- and put in place big fines for lawbreakers. Hawaii News Now.The Council will decide on measures to rein in short-term lodging. The latest version of Honolulu City Council Bill 89 (2018) — which is up for a final vote Wednesday — would allow homeowners who...
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Google’s Flutter framework spreads its wings and goes multi-platform

Google’s Flutter UI toolkit for cross-platform development may only be two years old, but it has quickly become the framework of choice for many developers. Until now, though, ‘cross-platform’ only referred to Android and iOS. Late last year, Google announced that it would also take flutter beyond mobile and to the web. Today, at its I/O developer conference, it’s doing exactly that with the launch of the first technical preview of Flutter for the web Google also today announced that Flutter dev...
Tags: Travel, Google, TC, Developer, Dart, Developers, New York Times, Sneath, Flutter, Google Home Hub, Tim Sneath, Google I/O 2019, Progressive Web Apps Google


Google’s big VR news is that there is no VR news

Google seems to be waking up from its VR daydream. The company’s ambitious plans to leverage the smartphones that people already own to power VR experiences went unmentioned at its I/O developer conference. After spending 2016 and 2017 making big promises for how the company would shape the mobile VR market and ensure that its Daydream platform would dominate, Google has largely abandoned its plans letting the headsets gather dust and its VR content in the Play Store. The only virtual reality ne...
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New Horizons reflective balloon

It may look like a massive floating Christmas ornament, but don’t worry — people aren’t planning their holiday decorations quite yet. This reflective hot air balloon will be flying over Massachusetts this July, from Martha’s Vineyard to the Berkshires. Built with a reflective mylar coating, the balloon is meant to reflect the landscape of Massachusetts, and it will soar across the state July 12-28. The flight is part of a public art installation called New Horizon, commissioned by the Trustee...
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Day 07

Day 07We planed today for some shopping and checking out some sights that might be of interest.One of the first items was a championship golf course one ranked among the top 10 in the world. Connemara Golf Course. We were going to shop in their P
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den frste rigtige skoledag

idag tog vi bussen kl 730 ud til skolen for at starte kl 9. det frste modul fra 911 brugte vi p at blive opdelt i grupper og ide generer til vores projekt som er en pergola. i de forskellige grupper fandt vi hver i sr p forskellige mder at
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Sir Richard Branson Negotiating to Take Over a Caribbean Airline and Launch U.S. Flights

Branson has a well-known love of the Caribbean and is considering flying between the US and several Caribbean islands through a new investment. He's reportedly in negotiations to invest in and grow LIAT. Continue reading Sir Richard Branson Negotiating to Take Over a Caribbean Airline and Launch U.S. Flights...
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Everything You Need to Know About the Territories of the United Kingdom

This article focuses on the Territories of the United Kingdom. It is part of a 4-part series explaining current day situation of the remnants of the colonial empires of the early 20th Century, almost all of which are small islands scattered around the world. Other parts of the series will examine the status of Dutch ... Read more Everything You Need to Know About the Territories of the United Kingdom The post Everything You Need to Know About the Territories of the United Kingdom appeared firs...
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Waymo and Lyft partner to scale self-driving robotaxi service in Phoenix

Waymo is partnering with Lyft to bring self-driving vehicles onto the ride-hailing network in Phoenix as the company ramps up its commercial robotaxi service. Waymo will add 10 of its self-driving vehicles on Lyft platform over the next few months, according to CEO John Krafcik. Once Waymo vehicles are on the platform, Lyft users in the area will have the option to select a Waymo directly from the Lyft app for eligible rides. “This first step in our partnership will allow us to introduce ...
Tags: Travel, Google Play, TC, Lyft, Las Vegas, Robotics, Alphabet, John Krafcik, Phoenix, Krafcik, Waymo, Aptiv, John Krafcik Once Waymo, Waymo Driver to Lyft, Lyft app Waymo


Red Hat and Microsoft are cozying up some more with Azure Red Hat OpenShift

It won’t be long before Red Hat becomes part of IBM, the result of the $34 billion acquisition last year that is still making its way to completion. For now, Red Hat continues as a stand-alone company, and is if to flex its independence muscles, it announced its second agreement in two days with Microsoft Azure, Redmond’s public cloud infrastructure offering. This one involving running Red Hat OpenShift on Azure. OpenShift is RedHat’s Kubernetes offering. The thinking is that you can st...
Tags: Travel, Cloud, Enterprise, Microsoft, Developer, Satya Nadella, Azure, Switzerland, Ibm, Containers, Kubernetes, Red Hat, Openshift, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux RHEL, Scott Guthrie



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