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Tokyo Shinjuku

Our last day in Tokyo we visited Meijijingu Shrine Tokyos grandest Shint shrine dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and Empress Shken. Constructed in 1920 the shrine was destroyed in WWII air raids and rebuilt in 1958. There is an iris garden in the a
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To be leaving

When I was younger dreamed about moving abroad. I thought I had everything to gain and not much to lose if I leave. The first time I went to Canada I actually got depressed because I saw how much I missed and lacked growing up in a developing country. Now
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Why This Thai Event Never Stop Impress Us

Why This Thai Event Never Stop Impress Us We recently visited Singha Park Balloon Fiesta in Chiang Rai and it is getting bigger and better. While many events in Malaysia and Singapore is either postponed or cancelled, it didn’t stop the annual International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in Singha Park Thailand. While most travellers are thinking whether it is safe to travel to Thailand, the Singha Park Balloon Fiesta 2020 never stop impress us by having one of the biggest events in Thailand despite ...
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‘Every inch of Telangana will be under surveillance,’ says state government

Telangana Police’s command and control centre building, at Banjara Hills in Hyderabad, will be ready in six months, and will be able to process footage from 100,000 CCTV cameras in under a minute, the state government said in a tweet on February 14. The tweet, originally, in the Telugu language, claimed that “if you go […] ...
Tags: Travel, News, Privacy, Surveillance, Cctv, Hyderabad, Telangana, Telangana Police, Banjara Hills


Commenting on my Blog... Added note: IT WORKS!!

A few weeks ago I asked, "Regarding the comments on my blog, for some time now many of you have said that you cannot leave comments as the comment section does not open, or /nor can you see the comments, and I don’t know what to do I have talked to my platform server. They have said maybe to try a different browser and or use a different subscription to receive my blog. Please try writing or reading the comments on your phone or your laptop and computer let me know if any of these things cha...
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Cities Most Prone to Earthquakes

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Cities Most Prone to Earthquakes According to the National Earthquake Information Center, there are an average of 20,000 earthquakes happening every year. While many are too weak to be felt, it’s important to know the locations that are most likely to be struck by earthquakes before you travel. So what countries are most likely to be struck by earthquakes? Click... The post Cities Most Prone to Earthquakes appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel ...
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ETW #50 Travel to Paris

This week we share insider tips and tricks to help you best experience Paris, France. Whether it’s your first visit or your 10th, this week we interview Stephen Oddo for insider tips to help you make the most out of your trip to Paris. You can listen to the podcast here on this page or on any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher. When I was 17 years old, I boarded an Air France flight for my first trip outside of the US. It was also only the 3rd time I’d ...
Tags: Travel, US, San Francisco, Paris, Italy, Stephen, Air France, Paris France, Twitter Facebook, ETW, Explore the World Travel Podcast, Stephen Oddo, Stephen Oddo Stephen Oddo


What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 20

As I was driving along a busy roadway recently — these articles seem to start the same way lately — 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 20 appeared first on The Gate.
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Quilotoa first 2 days and why you should never believe an Ecuadorian when he says the path is flat....

Our move to the Quilota Loop didnt start well when the taxi that was meant to take us to the correct bit of the hard shoulder of the Pan American highway for the Latacunga bus failed to arrive. We leapt on the local bus and sped down the hill to the t
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What Countries Can I Travel to Without a Passport?

What Countries Can I Travel to Without a Passport? Just because you forgot to renew your passport doesn’t mean you should miss out on amazing vacation experiences. There are several gorgeous destinations you can still gain entry to even without your passport. From pristine beaches to magnificent historical sites, there are numerous getaways that don’t require a passport. It may be hard to believe, but you can still enjoy the most breathtaking sites, participate in a bunch of fun activities, and ...
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The Real Reason Coach Travel Isn’t As Pleasant As It Used To Be

The reason that air travel in coach isn't as luxurious as it was 50 years ago is because of deregulation. Air travel is much less expensive. Planes are full - and the number one determinant of a pleasant flight in back is whether you have an empty seat next to you. Airlines don't operate with the high margins they did when government prevented them from competing with each other on price. As a result they don't invest in luxurious food to lure travelers away from competitors, since they weren't...
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Thousands stranded at Heathrow due to check-in systems meltdown

IT glitches described by a passenger as ‘utter chaos’ badly disrupted flight schedulesHeathrow airport has apologised after thousands of passengers had their flights cancelled or severely delayed because of technical issues affecting its departure boards and check-in systems.The situation at the airport on Sunday was described on Twitter by one passenger as “utter chaos”, while another shared pictures of whiteboards displaying handwritten flight numbers and destinations. Continue reading...
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Calming the coronavirus panicCalming the coronavirus panic

Expert Insight: Alastair Donnelly, co-founder and director of Inside Travel Group
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A dirty look in a grubby little Tokyo bar?

This old punk likes a drink, but he loves The Damned a lot more.
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That S'more! Easiest No Bake Peanut Butter S'Mores Pie!

This is such an easy pie that you'll want to make this over and over again. There's no baking involved and yet it tastes incredibly moreish and like you've spent a lot of time making it. Effort-wise, it's really two main parts to it, a cinnamon cookie crust and a thick layer of chocolate. There's also a bonus layer of peanut butter and a layer of toasted mini marshmallows on top. Say hello to the S'mores peanut butter pie!
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Up High

I’m loving our new apartment on the 23rd floor. As I have written before, I have become the Paris Weather Girl because I can see everything, even from across the room. In our old apartment I had to go right up and look up at an apartment across the courtyard to see if the wind was blowing their bushes around to know the weather. Rain too wasn’t that obvious. I feel like we are right up in the sky and I can see the weather and hear it too. I read that wind is common here in Europe this time of ye...
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S&P Global warns $40 oil could leave Gulf close to junk - Reuters

S&P Global warns $40 oil could leave Gulf close to junk - Reuters:A sustained drop in oil prices to $40 a barrel as the world weans itself of fossil fuels would cut Gulf exporters’ sovereign ratings by two notches over time, leaving the average credit score just above ‘junk’, S&P Global said on Sunday.A report by the agency said a “hypothetical long-run stress test” where oil prices fell to below $40 by 2040 suggested the average rating of Gulf sovereigns could fall by two notches from ‘BBB+’ to...
Tags: Travel, Iraq, Global, Gulf, Reuters, Gulf Cooperation Council, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Diamond Princess Brit begs Govt to bring UK passengers homeDiamond Princess Brit begs Govt to bring UK passengers home

US guests told they'll be repatriated as coronavirus cases rise
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Sun Sea Seventy

Sunday 16th FebruaryI have spent my birthday in a number of places over the years but back in January last year when David asked me where I would like to spend this milestone birthday I thought of one place I wanted to return too Mauritius.So tod
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Bottomless Lakes State Park NM

blog 021620 Bottomless Lakes State Park NMI can't believe it's almost a week since my last report. I have been doing a lot of driving then sight seeing so I'm tired at the end of the day.It took 3 days in all to cross Texas. I followed rt 380 mo
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United Re-Times Its Denver Hub: People On The East Coast Don’t Like To Get Up Early

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 United Re-Times Its Denver Hub: People On The East Coast Don’t Like To Get Up Early...
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The Armrest and Personal Seat Space Debate Continues — February 2020 Edition

“Guy in middle seat has his elbow over the arm rest and into my seat area, right at the seat back. So while I’m typing I really have nowhere to put my elbows without slamming into him. If I need to move my arms and center myself in the seat, for instance to avoid getting rammed by the cart, I get his elbow in my side.” The paragraph you just read was from this experience during the middle of a transcontinental flight from New York to San Francisco which was... The post The Armrest and Personal S...
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16 Brilliant Things to do in Moab, Utah (Adventure + Natural Beauty)

If you are researching tips on what to do in Moab, keep reading because after our 2 week visit we have some great insights to share. With so many cool and fun things to do in Moab, many people stop here when visiting this desert state, mostly due to its proximity to three awesome USA national parks: Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef. Doesn’t that make for a spectacular region on its own. Corona Arch – One of the best things to do in Moab We first came to visit Moab in 2006, but was so ob...
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#untitled - 160220. This too shall pass.

Its been a while since I wrote an untitled piece (the last one was in Nov last year). Thing is, there's way too much going on in my head and I don't know who to talk to and thus this post. Super ranty. Read at peril. Ignore if you can. And why am I writing? Clear my head. Archive my thoughts. Throw my intent in the universe. So, this is one of those days when I have a mile-long list of things to do and almost no energy to get any of those done. I mean I have all the energy of a child to move aro...
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Luxury travel news this week

Here’s a round-up of luxury travel stories that have caught the eye this week. To make sure you receive these new weekly alerts in your web browser, please click on the red bell icon in the bottom right hand corner of the page and click ‘subscribe’ (works on desktop only – for other ways to […] The post Luxury travel news this week appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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S&P downgrades #Sharjah to 'BBB', with stable outlook | ZAWYA MENA Edition

S&P downgrades Sharjah to 'BBB', with stable outlook | ZAWYA MENA Edition:S&P Global Ratings lowered Sharjah’s rating, citing increasing debt and interest burdens.The ratings agency lowered the emirate’s long-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings to “BBB” from “BBB+” and kept the outlook stable.Weak economic conditions in Sharjah since 2019 have led to lower revenues from government-related entities and land sales. These, combined with increased government grants and land comp...
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#Kuwait, #SaudiArabia start trial oil pumping from divided zone: Kuwait minister - Reuters

Kuwait, Saudi Arabia start trial oil pumping from divided zone: Kuwait minister - Reuters:Kuwait and Saudi Arabia will start trial oil production from the jointly-operated Wafra and Khafji oilfields on Sunday, Kuwait’s oil minister said.Khaled al-Fadhel said that trial production from the two fields in the Neutral Zone will increase gradually till it reaches its normal levels, Kuwait state news agency KUNA cited him as saying.Fadhel said that he expects oil production from the Neutral Zone to re...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Reuters, Kuna, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Kuwait Saudi Arabia, Khafji, Wafra, Fadhel, Khaled al Fadhel


MIDEAST STOCKS- #Qatar leads most of Gulf lower, blue chips hurt Egypt - Agricultural Commodities - Reuters

MIDEAST STOCKS-Qatar leads most of Gulf lower, blue chips hurt Egypt - Agricultural Commodities - Reuters:Most major Gulf bourses closed lower onSunday with Qatar leading the losses, dragged down byheavyweight Industries Qatar, while Egypt retreated on asell-off of blue chips.The Qatari index dropped 1%, extending losses for asixth straight session, as most stocks on the index declined.Industries Qatar slid 2.7%. On Wednesday, theheavyweight saw its biggest fall in six months as 2019 profitsalmo...
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Protect Important Files When you Travel for Free

How many emotions go through you when you’re packing for a new trip? It is a lot, right? You’re eager to bring back the best of memories, to take photos and to enjoy exploring a new destination. But you must also consider worst-case scenarios, especially if you are traveling with your electronics. You will discover that there are a lot of people who want to get into your computer and accounts to get your information. There’s a security tool called NordLocker that will help you with security duri...
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