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The Alleys in Marrakesh

  Endless passages have we wandered about in the Marrakesh Medina aimlessly with a gentle pace gathering moments into our memory banks. Inspired by the kindness of people who's prayers echo over the sunkissed Riad walls where faith is evident as well as hardworking souls and traditions that carry them onward: A little girl walking with a tray of bread balancing on her head to be baked in the community oven, donkey driven carts, carrying supplies this way and that, racing scooters that weave smo...
Tags: Travel, Marrakesh, Amlou, French la Vie, Marrakesh Medina


Frozen slots

Whose idea was it to stay in a traditional hoghan...oh sounds very romantic. Oh lets be one with nature lets get spiritual and learn about Navajo culture lets take a wee in the portaloo outside when the ground is encrusted with s
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A Balkan Month

This the second summer of travels together for myself and Seda my girlfriend fianc thanks to this trip J and now wife. We have plans to go many places around the world but due to Sedas changes with jobs and living situation we needed to stay close
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Whats Next On The Agenda

Wherever we go it always seems to turn into an adventure. This past Tuesday started out as usual. Every Tuesday many of the long termers here at a Tropical Palms attend a Big Coffee meeting. Nicki Jo our wonderful activity director brings eve
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Singapore 2019 1

Lyn and I arrived here on Christmas Eve at around 5.00pm. Met by Pip at Changi Airport after an initial flight leaving from Wellington at 6.55am to Sydney a 3 hour transit then the flight to Singapore by QANTAS. Uneventful and not too bad as both flights
Tags: Travel, Singapore, Sydney, Qantas, PIP, Wellington, Changi Airport, Lyn


Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires 712 januarVi landet 0735 lokal tid etter nesten 14 timer i lufta ganske slitne men med 6 uker foran oss til utforske landet.Vi hadde bestilt overnatting i fire dgn p Hostal America del Su
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Travel Tip: Balloon Ball

Here's a tip I picked up from Julian Cable-Treadwell, the Director of Marketing for the Marriott San Juan Resort and Stellaris Casino. Julian's wife packs some (not-inflated) balloons and string whenever they travel. All she needs to set up a great game for the kids is an empty gate area. She ropes the area off with her string, and within minutes, she's the most popular mom in the airport! #mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; } /* Add your ...
Tags: Travel, Css, Mailchimp, Julian, Julian Cable Treadwell, Marriott San Juan Resort


Crisi USA-IRAN: è sicuro viaggiare a Dubai in questo momento?

In molti mi hanno contattato per chiedermi cosa ne penso della situazione e se a mio avviso è sicuro viaggiare
Tags: Travel, Featured, Dubai, News da Dubai, INFORMAZIONI su DUBAI ed EMIRATI ARABI, Viaggi a Dubai, First Page, News dal mondo, USA Iran, Crisi Medio Oriente, Viaggiare A Dubai, Viaggio A Dubai, Crisi USA IRAN


Ecuador on a Relational Level 2

As this is my third day I am a bit tired and sun burnt but EXTREMELY grateful for the experiences I have already had. Today our host mama took us all over Quito to show us her favorite locations. I was blown away by the city's beauty and reverence fo
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Tips for visiting Iolani Palace on Oahu

Our newest Hawaii Vacation Connection Podcast digs deep into the history of Iolani Palace. Hawaii experts Bruce Fisher and Lanai Tabura share their vast knowledge about the only royal palace in the United States. Our hosts start off with some common mistakes that Hawaii visitors make while planning a Hawaii vacation, and how Hawaii Aloha […] The post Tips for visiting Iolani Palace on Oahu appeared first on Hawaii Aloha Travel.
Tags: Travel, United States, Hawaii, Oahu, Lanai Tabura, Iolani Palace, Bruce Fisher, Hawaii Aloha, Iolani Palace Hawaii


Sauna Culture in Europe Over the Holidays

I’ve become quite taken with saunas recently — primarily dry, wood paneled saunas, but I’m not unhappy with steam rooms. I find myself more relaxed after a deep sweat; I also think it helps me sleep better. Taking a cold plunges after a hot sauna is especially effective at lifting my energy level in the hours following. Cold showers can serve a similar purpose. A friend once advised to “breathe” in the cold plunge if you feel like the cold is overwhelming. When the cold starts to feel too much,...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Sales, Munich, Morocco, Switzerland, Finland, Tripadvisor, Istanbul, Zurich, Ankara, Blue Mosque, Bob Wright, Munich Zurich Istanbul


A Few More

I’m going to post a few more photos from New York City as my jet lag is still going strong and the only places in Paris that I’ve been to have been grocery stores. Plus, it’s gray and gloomy out there so it’s not very inviting. The transportation strikes are a bummer too. Aren’t I a gloomy gus? I’ll make myself get out of our apartment soon. The cute frog sculpture in the Frick Museum. We walked by the entrance to the Children’s Zoo in Central Park. I don’t think I’ve ever been. It m...
Tags: Travel, Art, New York City, Chelsea, Paris, Madagascar, Central Park, Louis Vuitton, Aren, Maurice, Frick Museum, American breakfasts


LAST CHANCE: Get the AAdvantage Business Card While There’s Still 70,000 Miles Being Offered

In October Citibank brought back their great 70,000 mile initial bonus offer for the CitiBusiness® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Mastercard® ($4000 spend within 4 months of account opening, $0 annual fee the first year then $99). I applied for this card and was approved last summer because as many AAdvantage miles as I already have, this is a great offer. And at the end of the day there’s no mileage currency I’ve spent more often than my AAdvantage miles. Continue reading LAST CHANCE: Get...
Tags: Travel, Credit Cards, General, Citibank, American Airlines


Kuala Lumpur and Kuching

December 14 2019. Moving on from George Town we had one last delicious breakfast of French Toast and ice cream before heading to the airport for our short and cheap Air Asia flight to Kuala Lumpur. The airport is about 55km from the city center and it wa
Tags: Travel, Kuala Lumpur, Kuching, George Town, Air Asia, Kuala Lumpur The airport


Tokyo money, and no money

Nothing, exchanged with nothing, was, is, and always will be, nothing.
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Persian Delight - Shila Kitchen, Balmain

Shila is a brand new Persian cafe and tea house on Darling Street in Balmain. They serve up delicious Persian dishes like enormous meatballs that hold a delicious surprise inside, Afghan bread and divine dips and there's also a tea menu and sweets for an afternoon tea break.
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Luxury travel news this week

Here’s a round-up of luxury travel stories that have caught the eye this week. To make sure you receive these new weekly alerts in your web browser, please click on the red bell icon in the bottom right hand corner of the page and click ‘subscribe’ (works on desktop only – for other ways to […] The post Luxury travel news this week appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, Featured, Air Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, Road Travel


Soon Your Social Media Posts Could Keep You From Booking An Airbnb

The U.S. government scans the social media accounts of foreign visitors who want to enter the country. Employers scour social media posts before offering candidates a job. And what you post in social media gets scooped up and analyzed in order to advertise to you. Soon our digital footprint may be used to determine whether or not we can travel. In particular Airbnb may use this information to determine how likely you are to trash the home you want to rent. Continue reading Soon Your Social Me...
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Exploring the Magdalen Islands in Quebec by Bike

The Magdalen Islands or their French name – Îles de la Madeleine are an archipelago of more than a dozen, almost treeless islands, linked by kilometres of sand dunes as far as the eye can see. Plunked down in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, they take up a mere 206 square km (80 square mi), so there’s a good chance you’ve never heard of them. Although French is the first language for most of the 13,000 inhabitants, many of whom are either Acadians or are descendants of shipwreck survivors, English ...
Tags: Travel, Biking, Montreal, Quebec, Edward, Quebec City, Pierre, Prince Edward Island, Magdalen Islands, Souris, Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Domaine, Quebec Click, Îles de la Madeleine, Mingan Archipelago National Park, Magdalene Islands


British Airways Parent Company Denies Willie Walsh Forced To Leave Over An Affair

Last year Walsh sold over $4 million in IAG stock to fund a divorce. The board has been made aware of an ongoing relationship he's had with an employee. However IAG denies this is the reason for his impending departure. Continue reading British Airways Parent Company Denies Willie Walsh Forced To Leave Over An Affair...
Tags: Travel, Airlines, Iag, British Airways, Willie Walsh, Walsh, British Airways Parent Company


The Is Have It

Mango is an interesting and smart little bugger. He knows just how to communicate with us. Hershey No so much. She will sit by the back door staring in hopes someone will notice shes outside. Mango will scratch hop up bark. In the camper when he wan
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Search for Airbnbs By Cancellation Policy and Check-In Time Using This Extension

When you’re looking for an Airbnb, in most cases the built-in search works great. Sometimes; however, you have a few more provisions for your stay that aren’t covered by the standard search.Read more...
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ETW #45 Sports Inspired Travel

We’re kicking off the New Year with a look at sports related travel. Whether it’s traveling to run in a marathon, go on a buddies golf trip or attend a major sporting event, sports travel has never been more popular. This week we chat with three experts who share their own experiences chasing sports around the world. You can listen to the podcast here on this page or on any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher. The sponsor of this week’s podcast is Allianz T...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Florida, Instagram, Minneapolis, Disney, Vancouver, Silk, Everglades, Patrick, Nicole, Twitter Facebook, Traveling Canucks, Travel Weekly, University Press, ETW


Most Gulf Equity Markets Gain as Iran Risk Eases: Inside EM - Bloomberg

Most Gulf Equity Markets Gain as Iran Risk Eases: Inside EM - Bloomberg:Qatar led Middle Eastern equity markets higher on Sunday amid easing tension between the U.S. and Iran, reversing a negative trend that prevailed most of last week.The QE Index rose 0.6% on Sunday in Doha, more than any regional peer. Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All Share Index climbed as much as 0.7% before trimming some gains, with 80% of index members advancing and materials contributing the most to the increase. Benchmarks in...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bloomberg, Iran, Egypt, Donald Trump, Doha, Islamic Republic, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, QE Index, Dubai Abu Dhabi Bahrain


Benefits of Carrying Backpack During Your Trip

Travelling is one of the amazing opportunity to get stress out of people. It provides great exposure to different culture and communities. Many travellers ought to travel all over the world with different long halts. When your travel time exceeds, so is the luggage. It will become cumbersome with the number of your extended travel. This is the main reason why travellers opt for the backpacks rather than carrying a suitcase with them. The backpack is the convenient option for travellers to trave...
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Southwest Airlines Companion Pass FAQ: 2-for-1 Travel Is Super Easy Right Now

The Southwest Airlines Companion Pass is arguably the best deal in all of travel. After earning 125,000 points in a calendar year from qualifying sources you can bring a companion along on your Southwest Airlines travels. Here's everything you need to know to take advantage of companion travel -- usually for just an extra $5.60 for the second passenger, whether you are buying a ticket for yourself or even redeeming points. Continue reading Southwest Airlines Companion Pass FAQ: 2-for-1 Travel ...
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Oil Market News: How It Learned to Live With Middle East Tension - Bloomberg

Oil Market News: How It Learned to Live With Middle East Tension - Bloomberg:A dramatic U.S. drone strike kills Iran’s most important general. Tehran vows retribution and oil prices jump almost 5% as traders rush to cover the risk of a Middle East war. Then the selling starts.It’s a trading pattern that would have been unthinkable a decade ago, but has become increasingly familiar. The threat of conflict loomed over the heart of the global oil market this past week, but the usual panic buying by...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Iran, Tehran, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Middle East Tension Bloomberg


#Sharjah announces 'biggest budget in history of emirate' | ZAWYA MENA Edition

Sharjah announces 'biggest budget in history of emirate' | ZAWYA MENA Edition:The government of Sharjah has allocated a higher budget for 2020 as part of its plans to increase spending across several sectors. A 2 percent increase over the previous year’s budget makes it the largest in the history of the emirate.Shaikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, supreme council member and ruler of Sharjah announced the budget at 29.1 billion UAE dirhams. The funding will primarily boost the government’s inves...
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#AbuDhabi GDP continues to achieve significant growth rates: SCAD | ZAWYA MENA Edition

Abu Dhabi GDP continues to achieve significant growth rates: SCAD | ZAWYA MENA Edition:The Statistics Centre Abu Dhabi, SCAD, recently released its annual national accounts report for 2018, in addition to the quarterly reports for the second and third quarters of 2019, where, cumulatively, the results showed a significant increase in Abu Dhabi’s gross domestic product, GDP.The GDP at current prices reached AED932.4 billion in 2018, compared to AED813.6 billion in 2017, marking a growth of 14.6 p...
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What Kind of Expat Would You Be?

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