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Ige tied for nation's least popular governor, Honolulu rail delayed again, Obama memorabilia sought, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii Gov. David Ige Gov. David Ige tied for least popular governor in the nation, poll finds. Hawaii voters have been disillusioned with Gov. David Ige’s job performance for some time, but a new national survey suggests Ige’s public approval ratings have hit rock bottom. Star-Advertiser.=====State to step away from Dillingham Airfield, transfer property back to U.S. Army. The state Department of Transportation plans to stop operating the Dillingham Airfield and will transfer control of ...
Tags: Travel, Obama, Barack Obama, Maine, Hawaii, Department Of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Dot, Bishop Museum, North Shore, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, Oahu, U S Army, Maui Maui


Tell me Your Story

Tell me your story one word slowly at a time each detail no matter what it means tell me how are you and how were you. did you ever feel scared tell me your name in a shape in the sky the one you call yourself inside. Slowly now I want your words to breath in me  so I can hold every ounce that is you.                              [Author: French la Vie]
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BYRON BAY SURF FESTIVAL SURF ART MARKETS – SATURDAY 15 FEBRUARY AT BYRON BAY BREWERY

Byron Bay Brewery is the home to the Byron Bay Surf Festival (BBSF) 10-Year Anniversary celebrations! One of the biggest days on the BBSF calendar is Saturday Feb 15th when Byron Bay Brewery hosts a totally FREE full day event that is family friendly, for the whole community and in the afternoon as the markets wraps up the fun doesn’t stop as things seamlessly roll into the nights Live Music gigs with headliners Goons of Doom (tickets required)!! Saturday at the Brewery will showcase the tr...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Culture, Byron, Festivals & Events, Byron Bay, Northern NSW, Byron Bay Brewery, BBSF, Joel Fitzgerald Deadkooks, Eden Saul Surfers Country, Jun Kurahashi, Matt Yeates Ever, Fallenbrokenstreet, White Horses Magazine, Byron Bay Brewery BBSF


Improve relationship through travel

No offense to the romance resorts and packaged passion vacations, but relational researchers actually have the blueprint for building healthier couples. After four decades of research with over 3,000 couples, Dr. John Gottman married emotional concepts with hard data, predicting success for all couples with over 90 percent accuracy. So when he and his wife Julie published the essential date conversations that matter most, my marriage and family therapy field sat up and listened. But I say, wh...
Tags: Travel, Couples, Romance, Relationships, Spain, Italy, Family Travel, Couples Travel, Aristotle, All, John Gottman, Don, Virginia Tech, Julie, Gottman, Mauricio Graiki Shutterstock


Best cities for black travelers 2020

The Year of Return has come to an end, and whether or not you were able to make the pilgrimage, it remained a cultural phenomenon, sweeping the diaspora worldwide. This celebrity-studded, year-long event was created by the Ghanaian government to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the first African slaves arriving at Jamestown, packaged in an invitation to Ghana. Formally announced by President Nano Akufo-Addo in September 2018, its aim was to celebrate “the cumulative resilience of all the ...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Washington, France, White House, India, Nigeria, Africa, US, Senegal, Unesco, South Africa, Paris, Oscar, Nba, Michelle Obama


Coronavirus: Norwegian, Royal Caribbean cruise lines ban China, Hong Kong passport holders

The cruise industry is stepping up measures to fight the coronavirus outbreak, Cruise Lines International Association said Friday.          [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Travel, Usa, Usa Today, Cruise Lines International Association, China Hong Kong, Norwegian Royal Caribbean


How to have romance on family trips

It may seem unusual to be thinking about romance in the context of family travel. Travel with kids often feels like the least romantic travel of all, a tectonic break from the carefree, sexy jaunts you enjoyed with your partner not so long ago. And while it’s true that lugging strollers, ordering chicken fingers, and cleaning up kid messes are about as seductive as a fanny pack, keeping a little spice in the relationship — even on your family trip — is not just important. It’s actually doable...
Tags: Travel, Romance, Parents, Disneyland, Family Travel, Southern California, All, San Francisco Bay Area, Ruth, Epcot Center, Donato, Family Vacation, Krisitin Donato


Pondicherry Relaxation

Finally we have arrived in Pondicherry where there are no planned days only what we want to do. Our room last night was not the best so Nancy arranged to have us moved. Hooray We have the most wonderful room now view to the ocean no musty smell and it
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weekly environmental wins

Sustainability projects and community efforts are underway around the world, and some are actually making big progress. That’s what this column is all about — the good news, the wins, the stuff that brings a tear to your eye and keeps that inner flame burning. For this week’s inaugural column, we look at outdoor brands. We’ve dubbed it the “Outdoor Retailer” edition, following the bi-annual outdoors gear trade show that just took place in Denver. Many brands, and the parent company of the sho...
Tags: Travel, Sustainability, Patagonia, North America, Denver, All, Kelly Slater, Yvon Chouinard, Crescent Moon Snowshoes, Outerknown, Cimate Change, Climate Wins, The Climate Win, Outdoor Industry Initiative, Climate Action Corps


Qatar Airways Looking To Buy Into 3 More Regional Airlines

CEO Akbar al Baker said they're considering several new acquisitions, speaking at the Qatar Airways/CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Summit in Doha. Under consideration are stakes in Rwandair, IndiGo, and Royal Air Maroc - in addition to increasing their ownership position in LATAM. Continue reading Qatar Airways Looking To Buy Into 3 More Regional Airlines...
Tags: Travel, Airlines, Doha, Indigo, Royal Air Maroc, Latam, Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker, RwandAir, Qatar Airways CAPA Aeropolitical


Day 28 The High Line and The Sandwich

Well our last day in NYC ended up being a little late to the punch. We forgot to set alarms last night and accidentally slept in until midday its these damn hotel curtains they block out so much light but we left at 1pm I promise Across the
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Day 27 The Met and The Cookie Dough

Began our day today at Fresh from Hell a tiny hole in the wall health food cafe in Hells Kitchen. Adam got an aai bowl and I got vegetable soup and half a brie pear sandwich and we felt MUCH better after todays lunch than yesterdays. We
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Day 26 Flatiron Grand Central and HIMYM

Started off the day with an early lunch at musttry USA fast food chain Shake Shack It was probably the nicest fast food Ive ever had but it was still fast food so not the classiest. Shoutout to the man who took my order for spelling my name as
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Margaret Thatcher’s ski chalet is perfect for a luxury family ski holiday

Chalet Le Namaste in Courchevel 1850 was the former summer residence of Margret Thatcher but now it is available for luxury exclusive weekly rental as a fully catered ski chalet. Chalet Le Namaste certainly has real Kerb “piste” appeal! It’s ski in ski out access directly to the Bellecotte piste, an easy green run is […] The post Margaret Thatcher’s ski chalet is perfect for a luxury family ski holiday appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Hotels, Accommodation, Margaret Thatcher, Courchevel, Family Travel, Vacation Rentals, Regions, Speciality Travel, Leisure Travel, Western Europe, Margret Thatcher, Chalet Le Namaste


Earn 400 Bonus MileagePlus Miles by Shopping for Valentine’s Day 2020

Effective through Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 11:59:59 in the evening Eastern Standard Time, you can earn 400 bonus United Airlines MileagePlus miles — in addition to the standard MileagePlus miles earned — during the Winter Bonus Offer campaign at the MileagePlus Shopping portal by spending a minimum of... The post Earn 400 Bonus MileagePlus Miles by Shopping for Valentine’s Day 2020 appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Deals, Airlines, United Airlines, Promotions, Discounts And Coupons, Loyalty Programs, Eastern Standard Time


5 best boutique hotels in Paris

When visiting Paris, the choices are plentiful for accomodation. Whether you prefer famous 5-star properties, well-known chains or private apartment rentals – there is something for everyone. However, the increasing demand for experiential travel has come with requests from travelers for a more “authentic” experience, which has boosted the proliferation of different and original boutique […] The post 5 best boutique hotels in Paris appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Hotels, Accommodation, Paris, Regions, Western Europe


Best scuba diving sites near Tokyo

This summer, literally the entire world will be heading to Tokyo. If you’re among the hundreds of thousands of people planning to hit the summer Olympics during July and August, chances are that at some point you’re going to want a peaceful escape from the perpetual crowds. Sure, Japan is full of tranquil onsen spas, and there’s plenty of opportunities for forest bathing, but nowhere really provides peace, silence, and isolation like the undersea world. We talked to the experts at PADI — the ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Unesco, Peru, Tokyo, Diving, St Lucia, Caribbean, Beaches, Honshu, All, Okinawa, Izu peninsula, Dominica, Hayakawa, Ishigaki Island


Outing To Social Hideout, Waterloo

Social Hideout cafe calls themselves "Sydney's prettiest cafe" and is an unashamedly Instagram friendly eatery. It's all about the 'gram and there are opportunities for taking photos of yourself or your food should you wish. The food is colourful, drinks are served in miniature gold baths topped with pashmak and hundreds and thousands.
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Best Madrid neighborhood for food

Malasaña is to Madrid what Williamsburg was to Brooklyn in the early 2000s. The neighborhood gets its name from a young heroine, Manuela Malasaña, who died fighting against French occupation in the early 1800s. Fast forward to the 1980s, when Malasaña became the epicenter of a countercultural movement that saw young and rebellious Madrileňos embracing punk and free speech — both taboos under the Franco dictatorship. Along with a reputation for breaking cultural norms, this colorful neighborh...
Tags: Travel, Spain, Brooklyn, Galicia, Madrid, All, Williamsburg, Ribeira, Malasaña, Mino, Spanish cuisine, La Bicicleta, Madrileños, Orio, Madrid Cuisine, Madrid Neighborhoods


Best ruins to see in Delhi, India

Throughout history , dynasties, kings, and colonizers have staked their claim on Delhi, each leaving their mark. Unfortunately, most visitors to Delhi see just a very small slice of the many beautiful layers of the city’s heritage, ticking off the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, and leaving dozens of other fascinating structures unexplored. From the grand tombs of Mughal rulers to the mosques and forts of New Delhi, here are eight spots travelers with an interest in history and architecture...
Tags: Travel, India, Lodi, Khan, Delhi, New Delhi, All, Unesco World Heritage, Tomb, Agra, Delhi India, Green Park, North India, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Sher Shah, Siri Fort


Oil falls 1% as Russia needs time to mull more OPEC+ supply cuts - Reuters

Oil falls 1% as Russia needs time to mull more OPEC+ supply cuts - Reuters:Oil prices fell 1% on Friday as Russia said it needed more time before committing to output cuts sought by other large producers while the coronavirus outbreak fanned worries about global crude demand.Oil prices posted their fifth straight weekly decline, as speculators have backed away due to weaker consumption figures and expectations that the coronavirus, which has killed more than 600 people, will remain a drag on dem...
Tags: Travel, Russia, Opec, Reuters, U S West Texas Intermediate WTI, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


[Videos] Writing Title, META Descriptions, Keywords, and URLs

This blog post contains 5 videos that contain the following: Many examples of how to properly write the title tag for SEO An example of how to properly write the META Description tag for SEO Does your website’s SEO still rely on the META Keywords tag? Some examples of how to manage an SEO-friendly URL structure With the help of Yoast SEO Plugin (for WordPress CMS), you can write and edit the SEO title tags and META description tags by yourself without the help of your website designer or the ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Seo, Dubai UAE, Yoast SEO plugin, Digital Marketing Courses, SEO International


Aeroplan Temporarily Waiving Infant Charges On Award Tickets

Bringing a child under 2 years old on a plane with you is free for domestic flights if you don't buy them a seat. However when you travel internationally an infant without a seat needs a ticket, and those can be expensive even when you're redeeming miles for your own flight. When you book an award and add a lap infant, some programs charge you 10% of a paid ticket. That's standard for United, Delta and American. If you redeem miles for a $6000 business class ticket, the lap infant costs you $60...
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Kokoda Trail Papua New Guinea

After having lived and worked in Port Moresby for 12 years in May 2012 I finally signed up with a Cairns based company called Kokoda Track Experience to walk the Kokoda Track. The trek was for 7 and a half days and we started from Owers Corner just outsi
Tags: Travel, Cairns, Kokoda, Port Moresby, Kokoda Trail Papua New Guinea, Owers Corner


Climbing Mount Wilhelm Papua New Guinea

On the 13th September 2008 three of us boarded an Air Nuigini flight form Port Moresby to Kundiawa in the Highlands of PNG. We were then picked up and driven to Betty's Lodge for an overnight stay and some time to assist us with acclimatising to altitude.
Tags: Travel, Port Moresby, Betty, Mount Wilhelm Papua New Guinea, Air Nuigini, Kundiawa


Salento and Jardin

Salento the name of this town is the same as the famous holiday town in Puglia a favourite of Roman citizens. Puglias Salento is an amazing strip of land covered in centenary old olive trees with sandy shores and crystal clear sea waters without me
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[Videos] 6-Step Process for Keyword Research

This blog post contains a 6-step process for keyword research. The following 6 videos will cover the following topics: What is a keyword? What is keyword research? What is keyword research so important? Developing a keyword strategy Categorizing your keywords Creating a content hierarchy How to start your keyword research How to know what people are searching in the UAE or any other country using Google Suggest (aka Google Autocomplete) How to know what are people’s questions on a particular t...
Tags: Travel, Google, Seo, Content Marketing, Uae, Keyword Research, Google Adwords, Dubai UAE, Google Suggest, Digital Marketing Courses, SEO International, Google Suggest aka Google, Content Strategy Keyword Research


Antarctica’s hottest temperature

It’s not exactly new information that the world’s coldest climates are heating up at an alarming pace, but when Antarctica starts logging record temperatures, it’s certainly cause for concern. Indeed, it was just 64.94 degrees in Antarctica, its hottest temperature on record, beating the previous record of 63.5 degrees set in March 2015. The reading was taken at Esperanza on the northern tip of Antarctica’s peninsula. #Antártida | Nuevo récord de temperaturas 🌡️ Este mediodía la Base #Es...
Tags: Travel, Climate Change, Global Warming, Earth, Antarctica, Guardian, Esperanza, All, Antarctic, CSIRO, James Renwick, Victoria University of Wellington, Renwick, Steve Rintoul, Antarctica Temperature, SMN Argentina


Film Festival at Montavon Hrvatska

Boris and his friend drove me to the mountaintop village of Montavon for a planned film festival. At the bottom of the mountain I purchased a sack of plums for my munch. There were a few free shuttles doing round trips up and down the mountain. Since the s
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