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Flawed coronavirus test kits sent to Hawaii, Hawaiian Electric earnings jump 33.7%, Hawaiian group sues over Mauna Kea access road, Florence Puana dies at 100, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Legal observers on Mauna Kea access road on July 20, 2019 ©2020 All Hawaii News Hawaiians sue over use of Mauna Kea Access Road. Three Native Hawaiian beneficiaries sued the state today claiming that it has violated the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act by using Mauna Kea Access Road without any compensation. Star-Advertiser.Lawsuit questions state’s authority over Maunakea Access Road. A Native Hawaiian advocacy group has sued the state for its management of the land around the Maunakea Acce...
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Renew Fest – Festival for Full System Change, 8-10 May

PLEDGE YOUR EARLY BIRD TICKETS NOW. Renew Fest is scheduled for 8-10 May 2020 in Mullumbimby Showground (camping available at Showground). All-or-nothing crowdfunding campaign to ensure the festival goes ahead ends 17 Feb. We need a flock of 600 visionary “early birders” to pledge their tickets by 17 February via this all-or-nothing crowdfunding campaign… If we reach the target, the festival goes ahead – and if the target isn’t reached, everyone automatically gets a refund. We are excited t...
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What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 18

As I was driving along a busy roadway recently, I noticed something at a gasoline station which caught my attention; and I immediately pulled my vehicle over into a parking lot to take a photograph with my camera... ..and I found at least one thing which seemed quite bizarre, as shown in the photograph above. For this... The post What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 18 appeared first on The Gate.
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The Ultimate Insider’s Guide to Hilton Head Golfing Paradise

Back in 1663, England-born Captain William Hilton began to survey a 42-square-mile island off the Carolina coast. Although the area had previously been visited by the Native American and Spanish explorers, it would eventually be dubbed Hilton Head, after this mariner. Later in its history, the barrier island would become home to more than 20 plantations. And it would go on to play a role in the Civil War. Union forces would occupy the land for several years. Even later, in the 1950s, lumber mil...
Tags: Travel, Usa, England, America, Golf, South Carolina, Travel Blog, Conde Nast Traveler, Carolina, Arthur Hills, Hilton Head, Robert Cupp, Bird Golf Academy, Bob Cupp, Travel Leisure Magazine, Civil War Union


How to pack like a pro for your next vacation

Are you getting ready to jet off on your next adventure? Started planning your outfits and what you need to take? While buying new clothes, shoes, accessories and toiletries is always fun pre-vacation, it’s not always easy figuring out how to cram it all into your luggage. That’s why we’ve put together some handy tips that will help you pack like a pro. Outfit plan First of all, you need to make an outfit plan. You should figure out how many outfits you realistically need while you’re there – ...
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Need a hacker? Talk to [email protected], he is military hacker and work for highly placed people. Will definitely do a good job for you. [Author: Anonymous]
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The best attraction for kids in Punta Cana

Punta Cana has stood out over the last years as one of the most visited places in the world. Its idyllic location in the Caribbean sea bless this Dominican Republic area with crystal clear waters and white sand beaches that look like they were brought straight out of a dream. However, as tempting as this may sound for an adult, the idea is way less charming for kids who often find a lack of activities adapted for their age gap in this area. Thankfully, Dolphin Discovery has opened Pirate Island...
Tags: Travel, Caribbean, Family Travel, Travel Blog, Dominican Republic, Punta Cana, Bavaro Punta Cana, Pirate Island, Dolphin Discovery, Pirate Morgan Overall Pirate Island


The most remote train journeys

Train travel has a fresh spotlight on the tourism stage thanks to movements in slow and sustainable travel. One of our greenest choices, trains make us nomads back on the ground level. It’s a strange, meditative speed with ample time to process and daydream. Trains also allow us to roam where roads don’t go and gaze on things planes don’t see. These epic train adventures epitomize this spirit, giving us the best of both journey and destination. 1. Trans-Siberian Railway — Russia, Mongolia, a...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico, China, Trains, Russia, Singapore, Africa, Toronto, Thailand, Beijing, Malaysia, Moscow


US LGBTQ and Pride events in 2020

Let’s get one thing straight — LGBTQ people know how to throw one hell of a party, and in the United States, there’s no shortage of creativity when it comes to curating a queer shindig. From ski-slope soirees to fetish-themed festivals, the only thing more difficult than choosing which events to attend in 2020 is choosing who to vote for in the Democratic primary. Luckily, choosing from this list of epic LGBTQ gatherings is a win-win situation. Editor’s note: Queer culture doesn’t begin and e...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Hollywood, California, NYC, Washington, La, Lgbt, New York City, US, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Brooklyn, United States


United Testing Giving Out Miles Instead Of Vouchers For Customer Inconvenience

In 2015 United launched a new compensation program with staff given discretion on when to distribute the vouchers. United has tweaked the program several times, and is now testing giving out miles instead of travel vouchers. Continue reading United Testing Giving Out Miles Instead Of Vouchers For Customer Inconvenience...
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9 places to go forest bathing in Malawi

Forest Bathing is a hot travel trend for 2020, having been featured by Lonely Planet and Wanderlust, and even appeared on a two BBC TV programmes recently. It’s also one that ticks plenty of boxes. It’s sustainable, it taps into the demand for slow travel, and, as part of wellness travel, it’s genuinely good for […] The post 9 places to go forest bathing in Malawi appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Africa, Bbc, Malawi, Regions, Forest Bathing


Tralala blangity blang blang With as not is

Ill fully admit Aly and I arent really the Vegas types. We are both secretly in our late 60s and are always commenting about all the hooglians faffing about. But we were excited to be on another trip together and making snide comments about
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Let's Jump Kick This Vacation

I managed to convince Aly that I need to leave this country every year in February because by that point of winter Im usually ready to renounce my Canadian citizenship and move somewhere less slushy. Being the raucous party animals that we are we pick
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OPEC+ Close to Dropping Early Meeting Idea as Russia Balks - Bloomberg

OPEC+ Close to Dropping Early Meeting Idea as Russia Balks - Bloomberg:OPEC and its allies were close to abandoning any plans for an emergency meeting this month to consider fresh production cutbacks because of the coronavirus outbreak. While Saudi Arabia hasn’t wholly given up on its push for the gathering, the OPEC+ alliance will more likely stick to a scheduled meeting in March as the idea hasn’t so far won over Russia, several delegates from the group said.The Saudis had been pushing for the...
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Easy Does It! 5 Minute Easy Vegan Toum or Lebanese Garlic Sauce!

Lebanese toum or garlic sauce is food of the gods. This creamy, fluffy dip can be found at Lebanese chicken shops but did you know that you can make this in less than 5 minutes and that it is easily veganised? This is a definite pushy recipe Dear Reader!
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Oil rises over 1% on hopes demand will rebound from coronavirus effect - Reuters

Oil rises over 1% on hopes demand will rebound from coronavirus effect - Reuters:Oil prices rose over 1% on Friday, posting their first weekly gain since early January as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be short-lived and hoped for further Chinese central bank stimulus to tackle any slowdown.Brent crude LCOc1 rose 98 cents, or 1.74%, to settle at $57.32 a barrel. It rose 5.23% since last Friday, its first weekly increase in six weeks.U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) ...
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How do hotel star ratings work

In case you missed it, there’s a seven-star resort coming to an Austrian treetop near you. No word on if it’s being inspected by the Lil’ Rascals to make sure it has adequate clubhouse space and “No Girls Allowed” signage since to literally everyone in the world’s knowledge no official rating system exists for tree houses. But it makes one wonder: If a treehouse can claim it has seven stars, can any old hotel do it too? The Burj-al-Arab in Dubai famously claimed it was the world’s first and o...
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Virgin Voyages Welcomes Their First Cruise Ship, Scarlet Lady

It’s official! Virgin Voyages’ first cruise ship, Scarlet Lady, has left the shipyard…on Valentine’s Day, of course. Virgin Voyages announced today that Scarlet Lady is officially ready for Sailors. It was nearly five years ago when Sir Richard Branson arrived by helicopter to Miami for Read More The post Virgin Voyages Welcomes Their First Cruise Ship, Scarlet Lady appeared first on .
Tags: Travel, Richard Branson, Miami, Cruise News, PortMiami, Virgin Voyages, Scarlet Lady


Virgin Voyages Welcomes Their First All-Adult Cruise Ship, Scarlet Lady

It’s official! Virgin Voyages’ first cruise ship, Scarlet Lady, has left the shipyard…on Valentine’s Day, of course. Virgin Voyages announced today that Scarlet Lady is officially ready for Sailors. It was nearly five years ago when Sir Richard Branson arrived by helicopter to Miami for Read More The post Virgin Voyages Welcomes Their First All-Adult Cruise Ship, Scarlet Lady appeared first on .
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Droga5 Brings Surreal Artistry to Harley-Davidson’s Enduring Promise of Escape

What's the allure of riding a motorcycle? Is it the powerful engine, the community that comes with riding or just the ability to save precious time by weaving in-between cars in rush hour traffic? For Harley-Davidson, the goal is simply to cut through the noise in our digital lives with the growling sound of a...
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Does Anyone Know More About This Incident? Passenger Tasered At Dallas Fort-Worth Airport

A passenger appears to have been tasered in the low B gates at Dallas Fort-Worth airport. This was posted Thursday evening, about 15 minutes before I passed by these same gates, but the incident seems like it happened during the day. Continue reading Does Anyone Know More About This Incident? Passenger Tasered At Dallas Fort-Worth Airport...
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Only us and 9 whale sharks but hordes of people and 1 vulcano Probolinggo and Mount Bromo

We left Yogyakarta at 9am by train. Getting train tickets in Indonesia is pretty straightforward once you know how the system works. Kereta Api the indonesia railway has a website where you can easily book the train you want. However many international
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Options for Galapagos Family Travel in Ecuador

While a great number of travelers to the islands are couples and groups, Galapagos Family travel can be a wonderful experience all around. In this unique archipelago for biodiversity, kids can get much more immersed in nature than anywhere else, with mammals, birds, and reptiles that seem indifferent to humans' presence. "Three feet away people!" is a guide's most common command since even mother birds with little chicks just sit there and watch you go by without reacting. A cruise around the ...
Tags: Travel, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Family Travel, Galapagos, Luxury Cruises, Travel Life, Small Ship Cruises, Quito, Guayaquil, Santa Cruz Island, Mary Anne, Extravagance, Luxury Family Travel, Pikaia Lodge, Galapagos Family Travel


Wait A Midi: There Are A Lot Of Skirts And Dresses On Sale At Nordstrom

Not only do midi dresses and skirts transition seamlessly from day to night, they can be worn seasonally.
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The 10 Best Bags Under $100 Hiding In Nordstrom’s Winter Sale

You won't have to empty out your wallet for these bags.
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Apostles on the road

When you visit Australia it is said that you must do the three R's the Reef the Road and the Rock Great Barrier Reef Great Ocean Road and Ayers Rock now known as Uluru. On this day we did the Road.The Great Ocean Road stretches along the sout
Tags: Travel, Australia, Uluru, Rock Great Barrier Reef Great Ocean Road, Road The Great Ocean Road


Cruise Cunard Queen Victoria Montevideo Uruguay

Thursday 13thFebruary 2020Montevideo is the capital and largest city of Uruguay. It is situated on the Rio de la Plata and was founded in 1726 by a Spanish soldier Bruno Mauricio de Zabala and claimed Independence in 1830. It seems very
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Cruise Cunard Queen Victoria Brazil

Saturday 8th February Sunday 9th February 2020Rio de Janeiro Brazil It was a good idea to get an extra day in Rio and after a fairly bumpy 11 hour flight we ended up at the airport 20.30pm Brazil time which is 3hrs behind UK time.
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A great day at Pamplemousses Botanical Garden

Friday 14th FebruaryToday we paid a return visit to Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens.We visited the gardens 10 years ago on our first ever visit to Mauritius and having visited most of the other interesting places on previous trips i.e. tea plantati
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Autarchy and Individual Liberty

“Auto means self. Archy means rule. Autarchy is self-rule. It means that each person rules himself, and no other…. As I will use the word, autarchy will signify total self-rule. It will presume a system or social arrangement in which each person assumes full responsibility for himself, proceeds to control himself, exercises control over himself, … Continue reading "Autarchy and Individual Liberty"
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