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Invisible to the Naked Eye

                                             Applying Healing Balm  I imagine the prayers being sent. I imagine them floating above him waiting to be placed on the area where he needs the healing. Believing that to be true I hear myself saying at times, "May the prayers being said today bring healing peace to my brother's pancreas and liver." Then I sense the prayers streaming into his body. When I had cancer years ago I felt prayers being sent my way. I could sense them as strongly as the clot...
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Are matrimonial websites divorced from user privacy?

As the Joint Parliamentary Committee considers the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019, MediaNama will publish a series of articles from legal experts focussing on the key aspects of the Bill and how they will affect users and companies. This is the twelfth article in the series. Read our extensive coverage of the Bill here. By […] ...
Tags: Travel, News, Bill, Views, Jeevansathi, Matrimonial, Shaadi.com, Personal Data Protection Bill, Joint Parliamentary Committee, PDP Bill 2019 Views, Personal Data Protection Bill 2019, BharatMatrimony.com


Forbidden Topic Traveler's Constipation

Over the decades of my travel the most common complaint of fellow travelers other than jet lag is traveler's constipation. Nobody wants to talk about it. Even the travel nurse in the Travel Clinic at Kaiser was dumbfounded when I brought up the subj
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Ella

It was nice to have a few rainy days . I can not tell a lie the heat and the humidity are very wearing on me . I do not like it I am quite sure this is my last Asian trip . I think I knew that but I had to see the last country of the Top10 in Asia...
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“We are Kinder Than Them.” Trump and Modi Don’t Reflect the Spirit of Gujarat.

President Donald Trump is due to make the first ever visit by an American head of state to Ahmedabad, the biggest city in the western state of Gujarat. It is the state that Narendra Modi, now Prime Minister, ruled for 12 years. It’s also where where generations of my family have lived. A big reason that Trump chose Ahmedabad is that the largest number of Indians in the U.S. – and the most fervent supporters of Modi – are Gujaratis. Trump is hoping that, by showing up in Ahmedabad to declare...
Tags: News, Microsoft, China, India, Satya Nadella, Uncategorized, Narendra Modi, World, Unesco, Ideas, Pakistan, Brazil, Muslim, Bangladesh, Delhi, Donald Trump


Travel Alert February 2020: Winter Weather to Affect Midwestern United States

If the midwestern United States is in your travel plans over the next few days, you may want to consider delaying your travel — or, at least, keep yourself updated as to the latest information pertaining to the weather — due to a pair of winter storms. Two winter storms are expected to converge and result in accumulations of snow from... The post Travel Alert February 2020: Winter Weather to Affect Midwestern United States appeared first on The Gate.
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AirAsia X Free Seats to Japan and Korea From RM 110

AirAsia X Free Seats to Japan and Korea From RM 110 It is happening now! AirAsia X first ever long haul free seats sale. AirAsia X is offering guests zero-fare seats for the first time ever on many popular long-haul destinations, including Australia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and India. AirAsia X free seats to Japan and Korea starts from RM 110 and above. Up for grabs are 1 million promotional seats on AirAsia X flights from Kuala Lumpur to many exciting destinations including Melbou...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Japan, Australia, India, Kuala Lumpur, Korea, Seoul, Headline, Airasia, Ahmedabad, Kl, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Nights Osaka Japan Sakura, World Tour Malaysia Thailand Singapore Philippines


ETW #51 What’s New In The Travel World

This week we’re talking about the latest news and trends in the travel world, from the coronavirus to reclining on flights and much, much more. Jason Cochran, Editor-in-Chief of Frommers.com, joins us once again to chat about what’s new in travel and how to best plan your next adventure. You can listen to the podcast here on this page or on any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher. There have been many new developments in the world of travel lately, so t...
Tags: Travel, Australia, New York City, Disney, WABC, Jason Cochran, ETW, Explore the World Travel Podcast, Frommer Travel Show, Entertainment Weekly Travel Leisure USA Today


The Long Long Journey

Like you many of us have been on really long flights trains or buses. Here are a few of my longest journeys. Bus Mr. Mike and I endured a 12.5 hour bus ride from Ushuaia Argentina to Puerto Montt and Chiloe. We thought it would be preferably
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Sunday Feb 23 Embarking on the Cruise

Hello everyone. This morning we slept in at the hotel Red Carpet Inn until about 800. We had a pretty good nights sleep and we were all ready to start our cruise day. We went with the Sieberts to breakfast in the hotel restaurant at 830 but found th
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Drinking in 2020

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CONTACT US FOR ALL KINDS OF HACKING JOB @ [email protected] TEXT ON (770) 824-6784 We offer professional hacking services. [Author: GLENF THOMAS]
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Leaving Mumbai

Lazy start to our day as we have nothing on the agenda except what we want to do. I have discovered my iPad is foo full of pictures wont share with my iPhone wont download pictures from my camera. So my task this morning is to forage in the city f
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Cochin on the Arabian Sea

I awoke this morning to the sound of birds outside the patio doors and when I pulled back the curtains there outside our window is the Arabian Sea with boats of all description plying their way back and forth among the islands. It is foggy this early in th
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CDC: Re-test confirms Westerdam cruise ship passenger 'never had coronavirus'

After Holland America's MS Westerdam disembarked, a passenger tested positive for coronavirus. Following a re-test, the CDC says she never had it.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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British tourists stranded in Canary Islands after Saharan sandstorm blows in

Dozens of flights have been cancelled due to poor visibility, leaving holidaymakers stuck at airportsBritish holidaymakers have been stranded at airports in the Canary Islands after a Saharan sandstorm left the holiday destination coated with dust, reducing visibility for aircraft.Flights from Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, North and South Tenerife airports have been grounded for the foreseeable future due to the weather conditions. Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Spain, UK News, Natural disasters and extreme weather, Canary Islands, Canary Islands Holidays, Gran Canaria Lanzarote La Palma North, South Tenerife


Vacuuming concrete in Tokyo

Exterior concrete walls, it would seem, have a tendency to get a tad dusty.
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Australian Americana Music Honours at Bluesfest 2020

Bluesfest the premiere Blues & Roots festival is proud to announce the annual Australian Americana Music Honours (AAMH), an event where artists come together to collaborate and celebrate Blues, Roots & Americana Music. The event has proudly partnered with, and is relocating to Bluesfest, produced by celebrated Nashville based Australian music producer Nash Chambers for the Americana Music Association in Nashville. “We’re mighty proud to bring this event to Bluesfest, where we get to celebrat...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Australia, Culture, Blues, Nashville, Melbourne, Festivals & Events, Nash, Byron Bay, OAM, Shane Howard, Bluesfest, Jordie Lane, Americana Music Association, Peter Noble


United Airlines Gave Out $100,000 Downgrading Passengers On One Hawaii Flight This Weekend

United flight 363 from Newark to Honolulu was supposed to be operated by a Boeing 777 on Saturday. The airline swapped the plane for a Boeing 767-300, and that meant fewer business class seats. The airline needed ten volunteers who were willing to downgrade. These ten passengers each received $10,000 in travel voucher compensation for volunteering, or $100,000 total for the one flight, and they still got to fly in premium economy seats. Continue reading United Airlines Gave Out $100,000 Downgrad...
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The Relaxed Contentment of Panaji

It was already 1am when I was confronted by an event I had never experienced before. I was completely alone in India. I was in Panaji Goa standing under a dim streetlight. A few moments earlier I had motioned for the taxi driver to drive away. I wanted to
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#Saudi Regulator Seeks to Raise Capital Levels for Insurers - Bloomberg

Saudi Regulator Seeks to Raise Capital Levels for Insurers - Bloomberg:Saudi Arabia is working on new regulations that would raise capital requirements for the kingdom’s overcrowded insurance sector, its central bank governor said in an interview with Bloomberg TV.The new rules would “make the market more attractive to foreign investors,” Ahmed Alkholifey, governor of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority, said in an interview Sunday in Riyadh. Officials are trying to expedite the regulations and...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Bloomberg, Riyadh, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority, Bupa Arabia, Alkholifey, Raise Capital Levels for Insurers Bloomberg, Ahmed Alkholifey, The Company for Cooperative Insurance, Tawuniya


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.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, Air Travel, Canada, Italy, North America, Regions, Speciality Travel, Western Europe, Travel Miscellany, Cruises & Boat Travel, Health & Safety


Damac Properties GM reveals plans for #Saudi expansion - Arabianbusiness

Damac Properties GM reveals plans for Saudi expansion - Arabianbusiness:Dubai-based property developer Damac Properties is looking to expand into Saudi Arabia.Ali Sajwani, general manager of operations, who has a strategic overview of the UAE and international businesses, revealed in an interview with Saudi publication Arab News, that the kingdom is very much part of the company’s future plans.The 28-year-old said: “Over the next five years, under [Crown Prince] Mohammed bin Salman, it (Saudi) h...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Uae, DAMAC Properties, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, RSB- Mohammed bin Salman, Damac Properties GM, Saudi Arabia Ali Sajwani


Pop Rocks! Alpha POP At The Rocks

Love a water view but don't want to compromise on the food? Greek restaurant Alpha has relocated to west Circular Quay with stunning views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. The Alpha POP menu is a list of delicious Greek dishes as well as divine desserts.
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Exclusive: If #Lebanon needs financial aid, France will be there, finmin says - Reuters

Exclusive: If Lebanon needs financial aid, France will be there, finmin says - Reuters:France is ready to support Lebanon financially - bilaterally or multilaterally - its finance minister said on Sunday, warning against mixing economic recovery in the small Mediterranean state with U.S.-led efforts to counter Iran in the region.“France always stands ready to help Lebanon. It has always been the case in the past and it will be the case in the future...” Bruno Le Maire told Reuters at the end of ...
Tags: Travel, France, Iran, Lebanon, Mediterranean, Reuters, Lebanon France, Bruno Le Maire, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


#SaudiArabia in touch with other countries on #Lebanon aid - finmin - Reuters

Saudi Arabia in touch with other countries on Lebanon aid - finmin - Reuters:Saudi Arabia is in contact with other countries to coordinate any support for Lebanon based on economic reforms, the kingdom’s finance minister said on Sunday.“The kingdom has been and will remain supportive to Lebanon and the Lebanese people,” Mohammed al-Jadaan told reporters at the end of a meeting of finance officials from the Group of 20 countries. [Author: [email protected] (Rupert Neil Bumfrey)]
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Here’s The Only Way The New Chase-United Credit Card Deal Makes Sense

I think I've figured out why Chase and Visa would agree to give United $400 million more a year - starting right away - for a credit card deal they already had in place for several years. Much of United's explanation why made no sense. This new deal isn't likely to lead to a lot of "portfolio growth" (more cardmembers). They already were introducing new cards, new benefits, and have been running aggressive acquisition bonuses. However 5 words in United's SEC filing seem to give away the plot...
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