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Life's Unfairness

  There is so much to say, there is so little to say. Gabriel is still not feeling well. It has been over a week that he has been out of sorts, feverish, not his extroverted overly curious little dumpling self (he lost a pound)... Chelsea and Marin are taking him to the doctor's again tomorrow. I am saying this to let you know that Gabriel though sicky it is a bad cold.   ... There is another very recent news in my family that I cannot mention in full that is devastating. Please understand acc...
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Official Ultraman World Shop at Tokyo Station Japan

Official Ultraman World Shop at Tokyo Station Japan Are you a big fan of Ultraman? Time to visit the Ultraman World M78 Shop at Tokyo Station Japan. It is located at First Avenue Tokyo Station. You can find many interesting shops here including Pokemon Store, Gashapon Street, Jump Shop, Tomica Shop, Rillakuma Store and more. This is the Official Ultraman World Shop at Tokyo Station Japan. Ultraman World Tokyo Station is the heaven for Ultraman lovers. They open from 10 am to 8.3...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Shopping, Tokyo, Headline, Tokyo Station, Ultraman, Chome, Tokyo Station Japan, JAPAN - Tokyo, First Avenue Tokyo, Shinjuku Washington, Ultraman Tokyo Station, Ultraman World, Ultraman Ken, Marunouchi Chiyoda City Tokyo


Beauty and Terror

  Out of sorts to be expected one moment at a time and sometimes a nanosecond at a time. life is constantly changing  that big sun comes up and we barely notice it. the moon waxing and waning while I go about breathing in the seasons but then one day life makes a sudden shift and everything that seemed unnoticeable in noticed and in that dark change the one that wrecks into one's well being ...   “Let everything happen to you Beauty and terror Just keep going No feeling is final” Rilke beauty...
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Everything Begins Somewhere

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House Speaker Saiki resurrects state property tax bill, groups sue DLNR over aquarium collectors, coronavirus hits Hawaii tourism, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

School of fish in Hawaii ©2020 All Hawaii News State agency has not protected reef fish, lawsuit says. Earthjustice filed suit Monday against a state agency it says is sidestepping the law when it comes to the regulation of tropical fish taken from Hawaii’s reefs for the commercial aquarium pet trade. Star-Advertiser.DLNR draws lawsuit. The State’s Department of Land and Natural Resources is drawing a lawsuit from the environmental law firm Earthjustice, claiming the agency has created lo...
Tags: Travel, Japan, China, Pennsylvania, Hawaii, House, Kauai, Maui, Earthjustice, State, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Board of Education, Naalehu, Hawaiian Telcom, Kona


My Parents First Burger and Live Music at the Hard Rock Caf

Archie and I just got back from our Cambodian trip. We had a wonderful time with Archies family. After a few days my parents called to inform us that they would like to come and visit us at our home in
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RNIP Canada: About Thunder Bay’s New Immigration Pilot.

by  WES Advisor People from all over the world move to Canada to fulfill their dreams. From 2018 to 2019, the country welcomed more than 300,000 immigrants. In 2020, there might be even more opportunities available, thanks to the  Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) . One popular location for newcomers to settle in is the province of Ontario. Many people are familiar with the Greater Toronto Area, especially the city of Toronto. This urban, densely populated region offers ample caree...
Tags: Travel, Toronto, Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay, Northwestern Ontario, Greater Toronto Area, Andy Rodriguez, Thunder Bay Thunder Bay, Ontario Health Insurance OHIP, Thunder Bay These government, Thunder Bay Here


Earthquake causes Miami evacuations

A 7.7-magnitude earthquake rocked the Caribbean on Tuesday, striking south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica. The quake is the strongest ever recorded by Cuban instruments, and the NWS Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has issued a tsunami threat for Belize, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, the Cayman Islands, and Jamaica, warning of waves up to three feet above the tide level. The quake was so powerful it was even felt in Miami, with some buildings undergoing evacuation due to safety precautions. In a tw...
Tags: Travel, Earthquake, Bank Of America, Cnn, Super Bowl, Miami, Jamaica, Cuba, Caribbean, Cayman Islands, All, Carribean, Brickell, Miami Police Department, Jose Borrego, Caribbean Earthquake


What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 16

At the time I took this photograph of something I found wrong on a poster when I dined at a location of Outback Steakhouse, which — despite its name — is a chain of casual restaurants based in the United States and not Australia... ...I realized something else which seemed incorrect, as shown in the photograph above. For this... The post What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 16 appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Australia, Trip Reports, United States, Food And Drink, Dining, Outback Steakhouse


Its a slow burner

R So this blog is going to be a bit of a slow burner. I also forgot to mention I found a Hindu temple in Punta Arenas who knew The next day started with a 6am start. Kevin from Canada who I had sat with last night was conspicuously absent he had s
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All-inclusive ski trips in the Alps

Maybe this year is finally the year you decide to organize a ski trip to the Alps. As appealing as the idea is, it can also be daunting. Not only do you have to decide on a ski area, but you also need to book flights and reserve lodging. Add in meals and, if you’re traveling as a family, ski lessons or babysitting — and the logistical and financial implications of a family Alps adventure start to sink in. To borrow a page from the beach vacation, an all-inclusive may be the easiest way to go....
Tags: Travel, Japan, Colorado, France, China, US, San Francisco, Italy, Alps, North America, Vail, Club Med, Zermatt, Aspen, All Inclusive, Chamonix


Coronavirus screening expanded to 20 US airportsCoronavirus screening expanded to 20 US airports

There are five confirmed cases in the US
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Airlines Announce Flight Cancelations Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

As an outbreak of coronavirus that reportedly originated in Wuhan, China continues to spread, U.S. airlines are beginning to be impacted by travel advisories and a decrease in demand for flights to China.Read more...
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Things to do in Querétaro, Mexico

Santiago de Querétaro , or Querétaro for short, is the capital city of the Mexican state of Querétaro. It’s among the most historical cities in the country, with a city center so beautiful and well-maintained that it has UNESCO heritage status for its Baroque-style Spanish colonial architecture. Where Mexico City is sprawling and can be overwhelming, Querétaro is approachable, walkable, and doable in a couple of days. If you’re an early riser and have a vehicle, it’s possible to do Querétaro a...
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Best dog breeds for the outdoors

If you’re an outdoorsy type, chances are you’re a dog person, and if you live in a mountain town, you know that dogs are as much a part of the outdoors culture as flannel and craft beer. But have you ever noticed that outdoorsy people seem to all have the same kinds of dogs? It’s logical, at least to a certain extent: Active, adventurous people are likely to get active, adventurous dogs. Still, most outdoorsy folks seem to gravitate toward the same handful of breeds — specifically huskies, la...
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Random

More random shots in Paris, mostly in the Left Bank. Cosy seating with Ben Franklin watching on from behind. That is one ancient wall inside this café. When you see iron studs in a door, they are really ancient. I love this sign. It’s the Year of the Rat for the Chinese New Year as seen by the tea offered at Marriage Freres, along with a porcelain rat.
Tags: Travel, Photos, Signs, Ben Franklin, Paris, Doors, Seating, Mariage Freres, Marriage Freres


Grooving in the old Kasbah

Day 9. 28thJan TuesdayLast night we went to the onsite bar It had a pool table and football on screens just like home Quite strange really over here. Eventually we settled on a bottle of red wine from the Meknes area to the North nea
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Airport coronavirus screening expanded to 20 US airportsAirport coronavirus screening expanded to 20 US airports

There are five confirmed cases in the US
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Philippines halts visa on arrival for Chinese travellersPhilippines halts visa on arrival for Chinese travellers

But there is no ban on Chinese nationals
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Buddhist street musician surprise

Tokyo is a city of contrasts, as well as constant surprises, so even if you know what’s round the next corner, you never really know what you are going to see. It could, for example, be a Buddhist playing a bamboo flute. Or possibly even more unexpected, a foreign person taking photographs.
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Top 5 Social Media Strategies For Online Businesses

Social Media is the best platform to do online marketing where you can easily introduce your brand globally. A plethora of online business is executing through social media. However, before using social media we need to make some strategies so Read more… The post Top 5 Social Media Strategies For Online Businesses appeared first on Internet Marketing, Guest Post, B2B Marketing, Latest Technology, SEM, SEO Tips.
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Suns Out, Buns out! BunBar, Manly

While every burger place is thinking about what's in the burger, Manly's BunBar is obsessed with the bun. Whether it be a crispy, grilled rice patty, a soft AF bun (the result of an accident baking bao buns) or a felafel burger with two "buns" made of felafels!
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Banana dishes from Uganda

Uganda might be famed as the last frontier of mountain gorillas, along with neighboring Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo, but what you might not know about this country is that it is also home to a complex cuisine. When it comes to breakfast, lunch, and dinner, bananas reign supreme. Whether you’re hankering for a roadside snack on the bustling streets of Kampala or enjoying dinner at a high-end restaurant overlooking the skyline, or even sharing a meal at a local household, you’re sur...
Tags: Travel, Indonesia, India, Uganda, Kenya, Bananas, Rwanda, Democratic Republic Of Congo, All, Kampala, Central Uganda, Banana Dishes, Ugandan Banana Dishes, Ugandan Cuisine, Ugandan Food, Dedan Miricho Shutterstock Matooke


Why 1 A.M. Is The Best Time To See The Eiffel Tower

Next time you're in Paris, be sure to take in this epic nighttime sight.
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Star Alliance Reduces Lounge Access Benefit For Gold Members

United Airlines has limited Star Alliance Gold access to lounges across much of its network. This was against Star Alliance policy. Star Alliance policy has been changed to no longer require airlines to offer contract lounge access to Gold members. Continue reading Star Alliance Reduces Lounge Access Benefit For Gold Members...
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Best Things to Do in Maui

Looking for a paradise that includes beaches, lush jungles, waterfalls, culture, and shopping? The Hawaiian Island, Maui is known to have it all and we can attest to that! Whether you love adventure or just want to relax by the beach, Maui makes for the perfect island to visit. While you might never want to ... Read more Best Things to Do in Maui The post Best Things to Do in Maui appeared first on Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.
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Coronavirus: UK tourism has already lost 20,000 bookingsCoronavirus: UK tourism has already lost 20,000 bookings

Inbound operators estimate cost of China group travel ban
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FCO advises against non-essential travel to China

Travel alert issued as coronavirus crisis worsens
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