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S er det vidst ogs ved at vre 3 uger siden at jeg sidst skrev noget her s jeg tnkte at det mske var p tide at jeg gav en lille opdatering.D. 28. var min sidste dag i Wellington. Jeg brugte den p at bare g lidt rundt fr jeg skulle
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Mekong Delta "Home stay"

First day with the new group 830am start and only 2hrs travel time That's better than our current alert shortest trip of 4 hrs and considerably less than the two 11hr trips we've done.We get to the Mekong Delta expecting a nice clean river and see
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The Dos and Don'ts that are printed in the Hotel Brochure in Marrakesh

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Ige approves new Mauna Kea rules, DOE seeks more teacher pay hikes, Honolulu mayoral race gets crowded, state repeatedly sent starved child back to abusers, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Tourists check out telescopes on Mauna Kea ©2020 All Hawaii News Gov. Ige approves a range of Mauna Kea regulations. Gov. David Ige on Monday signed into law a controversial set of administrative rules designed to offer a new layer of protection for land and natural resources managed by the University of Hawaii on Mauna Kea. Star-Advertiser.Governor approves rules for Maunakea. Gov. David Ige on Monday approved a controversial series of administrative rules governing the University of Haw...
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Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

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Beautiful Bryce

You know what they say travel is all about learning. I think its fair to say weve all learnt something here at Bryce Canyon......the girls have learnt about patience theres nothing that tortures Australian children quite so much as driving
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7 Tips to Hike and Camp like a Boss This Winter

Hiking and camping go hand in hand, but they do have a common denominator. They both need serious preparation. Before getting one with nature, there are more important things to consider: your health and safety. Make sure you get the most out of your therapeutic adventure. Be well prepared to camp and hike with these seven foolproof tips. Know Your Trail Whether you’re going for a whole-day adventure or a weeklong camp, you need to familiarize your destination. Anything can happen when you’re i...
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Meat Loaf sues Hyatt after fall at Dallas hotelMeat Loaf sues Hyatt after fall at Dallas hotel

Rocker fell off stage during horror convention
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Tour operators declare climate emergencyTour operators declare climate emergency

Companies pledge to cut carbon emissions
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EasyJet extends global reach with new Etihad dealEasyJet extends global reach with new Etihad deal

UK carrier will sell tickets on UAE airline's flights
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Government agrees Flybe rescue packageGovernment agrees Flybe rescue package

'Changes to domestic air passenger duty to be announced in Budget'
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Delta Dumped Jet Fuel on School Kids

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 Delta Dumped Jet Fuel on School Kids...
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Tokyo government building sights and stares

Suitably sinister stares at the top of Tokyo’s massive government building?
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Day 57 Witches and Ice Cream

This morning we head out of the parking lot where I bid my see you later to Sabrina just a few hours ago with NJ and her friend in leader van allowing an additional rider to be on the road today. Despite having more of us on the road today I ride a da
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Cereal Cordoba Culture and Caves

What better way to start the day in Sevile than by having a bowl of cinnamon toast churros with friends We had to check out the Crunch Cafe before heading to Cordoba for the day. It was delicious and fun. I think a franchise in New Brunswick would be a s
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Broth, Where Art Thou? Hansang, Strathfield

Hansang in Strathfield is all about the broth. Enormous vats of 72 hour beef bone broth that sits there bubbling away behind the glass. With an enormous hot pot and soup menu this new Korean restaurant has already amassed quite a following.
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Peru to deport tourists for allegedly damaging, defecating at Machu Picchu

Peruvian police said on Tuesday they would deport five tourists and prosecute another after they allegedly damaged stonework and defecated among the ruins at Machu Picchu, an Incan citadel that is one of South America's most renowned tourist attractions. Machu Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage site visited by more than one million tourists a year. The mysterious, centuries-old stonework has long intrigued visitors, but a spike in tourism has raised concerns about damage to the delicate site.
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The Apartment

As expected, renovating our new apartment did not go smoothly. It’s mostly finished now and we lived in it at a pretty basic level for quite a while sleeping on our couch bed and using a small area as a make do kitchen. We had a refrigerator and a microwave, a table to eat at so we did fine. I won’t go into all that went wrong. If you want to see a real disaster read David Lebovitz’s book , l’Appart. Now that’s a nightmare. I had trouble finishing it because it was so stressful. Our, hopefully, ...
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Best glampsites in Texas

They say the stars at night are big and bright deep in the heart of Texas. But if you’re visiting Dallas, Austin, Houston, or any of the other big cities in the state, their bright lights can make those stars kinda hard to see. That’s why any trip to Texas should involve getting out into its vast countryside, where you can appreciate the big skies, endless rolling hills, and red-rock deserts without the crowds and lights of the cities. There’s no need to rough it too much though. The folks at...
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Best LGBTQ events in Europe in 2020

Europe, famous for its liberal and welcoming attitude towards the LGBTQ community, attracts a vast number of queer travelers from all over the world each year. The continent is one of the safest and most rewarding locations worth traveling to for members of the LGBTQ community, with anti-discrimination laws present in all of the 28 member states. It does not come as a huge surprise then that there are hundreds upon thousands of LGBTQ-centred celebrations and festivals occurring across Europe ...
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MAD ZACH Masterclass at SAE Byron Bay

Globally renowned music producer, performer and educator Mad Zach will be revealing the production techniques behind his dark and innovative style in this exclusive, inspiring masterclass session. Zach will unfold the process of building an original sound pack in Ableton Live and use it to create a track, drawing influences from hip hop, glitch, drum and bass, dub and trap. In this free two hour workshop, established electronic music producer, controllerist, and educator Mad Zach will guide atte...
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No One Buys Carbon Offsets: How Green Do We Really Want Air Travel To Be?

Several airlines sell Catholic indulgences that go by the name carbon offsets. The idea is that they'll funnel donations to non-profits that do good for the environment in some amount the counteract the effects of carbon attributable (on average) to a given passenger's travel. I'm skeptical of these measures for several reasons. Not least of which because adoption rates are infinitesimally low. Continue reading No One Buys Carbon Offsets: How Green Do We Really Want Air Travel To Be?...
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Oil edges up after five days of losses ahead of U.S.-China trade pact - Reuters

Oil edges up after five days of losses ahead of U.S.-China trade pact - Reuters:Oil prices edged higher on Tuesday after five days of declines as the United States and China prepared to sign a preliminary trade deal and as Middle East tensions eased.Brent LCOc1 futures gained 29 cents, or 0.5%, to settle at $64.49 a barrel, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude CLc1 ended 15 cents, or 0.3%, higher at $58.23.That put WTI front-month futures below the second month CLc1-CLc2 for the first ...
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New Zealand North Island October 2019

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Old Stagecoach Inn Chireno Nacogdoches County Texas USA

I was at the SterneHoya House Library talking with their historians and they showed me a large parchment from 1962 about the Old Stagecoach Inn aka Halfway Inn aka FlournoyGrandberry House. I purchased on of the parchments for about 3 USD. Since t
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The Future of Hotel PMS - Maestro 2020 Development Roadmap

"We made great advancements in 2019 with our improved Browser version that, amongst other guest and staff facing mobile features, provided an integrated live chat support capability. That feature has been met by our clients with great enthusiasm as an addition to our already responsive 24-hour help desk and online eLearning services," stated Warren Dehan, President of Maestro PMS. To complement both our Browser and Windows property management system user interfaces, 2020 will bring the ad...
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Soccer stadium built sustainably

Architecture is getting more innovative every year, and 2020 will be no exception. In 2016, Zaha Hadid Architects revealed plans for a new soccer stadium in England built entirely out of timber, and now that stadium will finally begin development. The stadium, the first in the world to be built completely out of sustainably sourced timber, will be the home of the Forest Green Rovers soccer team, based in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Photo: Zaha Hadid Architects Dale Vince, the chairman for the...
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