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Doubtful Sound Overnight boat trip

Absolutely the best morning of the entire trip We woke up deep into Doubtful Sound. We had a 180degree view from the bunks on the top deck and we were surrounded by magnificent mountains waterfall and calm see. Within 20 minutes we had dolphins jumping
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Bill would allow exemptions from child vaccinations, Airbnb sends campaign cash, Honolulu prosecutor could be term-limited, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii corrections officer ©2020 All Hawaii News Hawaii Prison Reformers Call For New Approach To Guard Training. An overhaul of the training program is competing with many other priorities. Civil Beat.Lawmakers consider bill that would allow for ‘conscientious’ exemption for child vaccines. New state child vaccinations requirements are about to kick in. But some parents are calling on lawmakers to delay the new rules — or make it easier to exempt children. Hawaii News Now.State Health ...
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Longhorn Parade

blog 021020 Longhorn Parade As predicted the weather was the X factor in plans today. Yesterday the forecast was for rain in the morning and semiclearing for the afternoon. So my trip to Ft Worth was planned for the afternoon until I got
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On to Arenal Volcano

We were now traveling from San Jose to the area of the Arenal Volcano that erupted suddenly in 1968 after being dormant for hundreds of years. Its last activity was in 2010. On our way we stopped at Sarchi an artisan shop where we had a chance to see the
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Return to San Jose

As I mentioned earlier there was no glass in the windows of our room only screen so when the Howler Monkeys became vocal in the morning the noise was not muffled. They started in at 5 am which ended my sleep for the night. As it got lighter outside I go
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My Night at the Museum: The 21c Museum Hotel in Oklahoma City

I love great hotels and it’s a segment of the travel industry that I pay a lot of attention to. So when a few years ago a new player in the industry popped onto my radar, I was immediately intrigued. Although we’ve seen in recent years a growing trend of so-called boutique lifestyle hotels, the fine folks behind the 21c brand weren’t just early adopters, they well and truly paved the way for others to follow. With all of this in mind it was with no shortage of excitement that I finally had ...
Tags: Travel, United States, West End, North America, Louisville, Destinations, Oklahoma City, Resting Your Head, Soho, Patton, Steve Wilson, Malin Goetz, Mary Eddy, Ford Motor Company assembly, Laura Lee Brown, Oklahoma City 21c Museum Hotel


Conquering Quitos Bus system and the start of High Altitude training

Our first 2 days in Ecuador were spent at a great hostel in Quito Hostel Revolution getting used to the altitude and finding the central market for supplies and lunch. We decided not to have the potatoes and leather or the leather and bookletWe lea
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Ko Lipe. Very pretty. Very expensive. Very busy.

Th speedboat from Ko Muk arrived about half an hour late. There were lots of people waiting as 2 boats were due in at more or less the same time. Of course the Ko Lanta one arrived first and the majority got on. Mr Yai bless him waited until he knew I wou
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Thailand day 6 65km

Our hotel was a city style clean and comfortable the breakfast was adequate. In the morning we travelled in the van to the west to the railway station at Phunphin we cycled through a busy town and across the chulachomkaou railway bridge and on through
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A day in Gulf Shores

Let me start by saying that the people in Gulf Shores are friendly. That applies to locals and visitors alike I started my morning with a walk on the beach which required me to ride down to the lobby in an already occupied elevator. The gentleman saw me
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Spotlight on mental health for homeworkersSpotlight on mental health for homeworkers

Expert Insight: Karen Morris at Travel Counsellors
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Need The To Hire A Hacker❓ Then contact PYTHONAX✅ ...

Need The To Hire A Hacker❓ Then contact PYTHONAX✅The really amazing deal about contacting PYTHONAX is that the Hack done by us can’t get traced to you, as every Hacking job we do is strongly protected by our Firewall. It’s like saying if anyone tries to trace the Hack, it will lead them to us and we block whatever actions they are doing. We have been Invisible to Authorities for almost a decade now and if you google PYTHONAX, not really about us comes out, you can only see comments made by us or...
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I was feeling insecure because i had fallen so dee...

I was feeling insecure because i had fallen so deep in love, i didn't want to get hurt so i had to contact your hacker '[email protected] He started to work on my case the moment i paid.I was given complete access to my fiance's phone, i checked everything and i found out he was clean and faithful. I felt so horrible for hacking his phone, i apologized and told him everything. At first he got very angry but he later calmed down and we settled everything. Now we are happily m...
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Himawari Japanese Cuisine Taman Desa

Himawari Japanese Cuisine Taman Desa Himawari Japanese Cuisines is one of the few Japanese restaurants in Taman Desa. It is located on the first floor above Worldwide Pets and Apple Samgyupsal. Just take the stairs beside Worldwide Pets and you will reach Himawari Japanese Cuisine. We read a few blogs recommending on this restaurant, so we went there for dinner with our family. The restaurant is decorated with Japanese ‘noren’ (curtain) and with wooden tables and chairs...
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Through the Tortuguero National Park

After breakfast in the Monkey Dining Room we once again boarded a boat to explore the waterways of the Tortuguero National Park. Because of the diverse wildlife in Costa Rica that tends to be the primary focus of any excursion. As we made our way along t
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How to Explore Tajikistan on a Budget

Posted: 02/10/20 | February 10th, 2020 This year, I’m going to try to visit Central Asia in the fall. I’ve never been to the region and it’s long one that’s held great appeal to me. It seems raw, beautiful, and unspoiled. So, when someone reached out to write a guest post on a country there, I was excited. It was a chance to learn a little before I (hopefully) go. In this guest post, traveler and writer Paul McDougal breaks down what it’s like to travel Tajikistan on a budget. Aptly and romanti...
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Storm Ciara sea foam fall in France

Storm Ciara battered most of Europe from west to east this weekend, leaving a trail of damage in its wake and some seriously shaken air travelers. But while some were staying in trying to keep away from the elements on Sunday, in Northwestern France, raincoat-clad onlookers braved the weather to see what the storm was bringing to the coast — and there was not a disappointed face in sight. The combination of 55- to 62-miles-per-hour winds and a tidal coefficient of 100 sent high and violent wa...
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This London-based startup aspiring to be the Plaid for hotels has raised $20 million from top VCs just four months after its last round

Impala, a London-based tech startup, just raised a $20 million Series B round only four months after securing an $11 million Series A.  The startup provides APIs (application program interface) to "plug in" to hotel databases to improve experiences and raised new funds from top VCs Lakestar and Latitude Capital.  "The travel market is one of the largest in the world and we need to scale to take advantage of that," Impala cofounder and CEO Ben Stephenson told Business Insider in an interview....
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All aboard India's joyful 'toy train'

With 103 tunnels, 917 curves and 988 bridges spanning over 20 stations, India's UNESCO-listed Kalka-Shimla "toy train" is a spectacular feat of engineering. The views are incredible, too.
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Would You Allow Your Seat Mate to Use the In-Flight Entertainment System in Front of Your Seat?

“Flying 767 biz class aisle seat. MXP-EWR right now. I have had my screen on the flight status display since takeoff and window seat guy has been watching movies since takeoff. I flip my screen to review the movies and he says to me (first words spoken to me btw) ‘can you leave your screen on the fight tracking window? I like to watch that while I am watching the movie’” The paragraph you just read was... The post Would You Allow Your Seat Mate to Use the In-Flight Entertainment System in Front ...
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American Airlines Offering Flagship First Dining Buy Up To Some Passengers For $150

American Airlines Concierge Key and Executive Platinum customers entering the Dallas Fort-Worth Flagship lounge have an option to buy access to the more exclusive Flagship First Dining room when traveling long haul international or on eligible transcon flights for $150 per person. This is a test scheduled to last three months. Continue reading American Airlines Offering Flagship First Dining Buy Up To Some Passengers For $150...
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West Indies week 2 on to St Lucia

Our last night in Antigua involved a return visit to Restaurant Incanto....fabulous food in a delightful setting although it was a bit blowy that night. Our hostess in Antigua let us check out late which was great as we were able to have a full day before
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Off to Tortuguero

Up and out by 6 am we were on our way to Tortuguero. We left San Jose and crossed the mountains to the Caribbean. About half way into the drive we stopped for breakfast at a restaurant owned by the company that also owns the Evergreen Lodge where we were
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You Take The Cake! Persian Love Cake

Looking for a special cake to make this Valentines Day? Look no further than this pretty pink Persian Love Cake. An almond and cardamom scented cake is brushed with rose syrup, layered with pastel pink rosewater buttercream and decorated with pistachios and edible roses! I called her Daria.
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Oprah, Gwyneth and Martha Hit the High Seas With Their Branded Cruise Lines

When Gwyneth Paltrow announced that her lifestyle brand, Goop, was throwing a "wellness" conference aboard a celebrity cruise ship later this year, she joined a cadre of content doyennes. Within the last several years, the cruise ship industry has partnered with the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart to create branded content for each...
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Luxury solar eclipse cruises

The next couple of Decembers offer some pretty fantastic travel-bucket-list two-for-ones. Though you won’t find any BOGOs here, what you will find is the rare opportunity to see both a total solar eclipse and visit Antarctica in the same stellar vacation. As December 14, 2020, and December 4, 2021, both bring the lines of totality to the oceans near the white continent, a number of cruise lines are scheduling cruises to sail right into daytime darkness, then on into Antarctica. Though those ...
Tags: Travel, Cruise, Santiago, Falkland Islands, Antarctica, Argentina, South America, Uruguay, South Pacific, Drake, Falklands, Solar Eclipse, Santos, Castro, Telescope, Buenos Aires


Best coastal road trip from Perth

Western Australia is the largest state in Australia, a vast area of over 976,000 square miles facing the Indian Ocean to the west and north and the Southern Ocean along its southern border. The state’s population is about 2.6 million, with 92 percent living in the southwestern corner where the capital of Perth sits. North of Perth, the state is sparsely populated, isolated, and perfect for those with an adventurous spirit who are looking for an epic road trip. Here, you can swim with whale sh...
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Oil drops to 13-month low on weak Chinese demand, traders eye OPEC+ cuts - Reuters

Oil drops to 13-month low on weak Chinese demand, traders eye OPEC+ cuts - Reuters:Oil prices fell to their lowest level since December 2018 on Monday on weaker Chinese demand in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and as traders waited to see if Russia would join other producers in seeking further output cuts.Oil has dropped more than 25% from a peak in January with U.S. crude back below $50 a barrel after the spreading virus hit demand in China, the world’s largest oil importer, and fueled co...
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Southwest Airlines Employees Won’t See Most Of Profit Sharing In Their Paychecks

All of the reporting about Southwest Airlines employees receiving 6 weeks of extra pay in their paycheck next month turns out to be inaccurate since most of the money is required to go into a retirement account that is separate from employee 401(K)s. That's good for employee retirement, but not as valuable as cash for those who want access to the funds today. Continue reading Southwest Airlines Employees Won’t See Most Of Profit Sharing In Their Paychecks...
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