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Reforesting Hawaii, Kealoha allegedly assaulted in family fight, UH medical school may expand to Maui, vacation rentals to be curbed on Lanai, more news from all the Hawaiian islands

Old growth forest on the Big Island ©2020 All Hawaii News State reforestation effort hits milestone. A unique initiative partly fueled by charitable contributions has helped return a half-million native trees to deforested Hawaii ranch lands over the last decade. Star-Advertiser.Legacy Reforestation Initiative Plants a Half Million Native Trees. More than 1,200 acres of former pastureland on both O‘ahu and Hawai‘i Island have been reclaimed and returned to native forest. Big Island Now.==...
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Dreamworld accident report blasts theme park's safety cultureDreamworld accident report blasts theme park's safety culture

Ardent Leisure could now face criminal charges
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Kolme kvely 14 km Santo Domingossa

Kvin katsomassa vanhaakaupunkia ja ennen aamupalaa klo 78. Aamulla oli lmmint jotain 20 astettaSeuraavaksi psin kvelylle klo 12. Aurinko paistoi ja lmptila oli jotain 28 astetta. Kiersin silloin kunnolla vanhaakaupunkia kvin katedraal
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Relaxing in the Sun

Blog 022420 Relax in the SunFinally a sunny day My camper is positioned with the sun on my door and the wind coming from the opposite direction so I could be sheltered from the harsh cool breeze. It was delightful sitting outside basking in the mo
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Hawai'i beckons

Well we are actually back in Canada after two weeks on Maui. Where was the blog you say In the excitement described herein I managed to lose my computer charge cord and my iPad Mini isn't up to the job of blogging. So back to the beginning...In 1994
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Connected

  The land surrounds me, there is nothing but the dirt under my feet, the sky overhead and my bare body. Alone. I imagine what that would be like? Back in the beginning whenever that was, back when sparks flew and light spoke in the darkness. Far behind the present life yet still living within us, it was then, now and tomorrow. Weren't we all the same in that moment of deep reality in a nanosecond? I wonder at the magnitude, the enormous meaning of having it all and having nothing.  The beginni...
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Checked Baggage Fees to Increase on United Airlines Effective as of March 6, 2020

If you check your luggage or baggage when traveling as a passenger with United Airlines within the United States and on short-haul flights to the Caribbean and Latin America regions, be prepared to pay more effective as of Friday, March 6, 2020, when fees will increase as of five dollars per checked item — unless... The post Checked Baggage Fees to Increase on United Airlines Effective as of March 6, 2020 appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, United States, Financial, Airlines, Latin America, Caribbean, United Airlines, Taxes And Fees, Checked Luggage


Rationality in a World of Suicidally Deluded People

I take the non-aggression principle to be a “relatively-absolute absolute” I believe that societies that follow the non-aggression principle (NAP) are better than those that don’t. To me, the NAP is a “relatively-absolute absolute”. I learned the concept of relatively-absolute absolutes from James Buchanan. These are persistent truths about the world of humans; they are … Continue reading "Rationality in a World of Suicidally Deluded People"
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Coronavirus in Italy

I don’t often cover breaking news on this site; I just don’t have the resources. But the latest news about the Coronavirus in Italy is too big to ignore. So far, seven people in Italy have died from the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. More than 200 people in Italy have been affected. Italy has the highest number of cases in Europe, with the majority of cases recorded in the northern Italian region of Lombardy. The sudden spike of the virus in Italy has caused local and federal authorities ...
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10 Places You Should Plan Your Next Vacation

Places You Should Plan Your Next Vacation – So your wanderlust keeps you flying all over the world every year? If yes, then you must have your next vacation destination ready for sure. But before you decide where to go on your next vacation, be sure to select a place where you can experience and ... Read more The post 10 Places You Should Plan Your Next Vacation appeared first on As We Travel - The World - Travel, Traveling, Travel Videos
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18 Easy Steps for Planning Your Next Trip

Updated: 02/24/20 | February 24th, 2020 I remember when I started planning my first trip around the world. I had no idea what I was doing. When I decided to quit my job and travel the world, I walked into a bookstore and bought Lonely Planet’s Southeast Asia on Shoestring. Buying that guidebook was my first step toward long-term travel. It made the trip seem more real, more tangilbe. It made it all seem possible. While helpful, the book didn’t exactly prepare me for planning a trip around the ...
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Global Hotel Alliance Partners with Shiji Group to Bring Advanced Technology to Independent Hotel Brands Worldwide

Global Hotel Alliance ("GHA"), a network of independent hotel brands worldwide, has entered into a partnership with Shiji Group, a leading global hospitality technology solutions provider, to provide their member brands with a suite of advanced hospitality technology products and services.
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A Challenge and a Chill Out in Chaingmai Days

Start Saturday with a challenge.The plan is to walk up the mountain trail of Doi Suthep to the temple Wat Phra That Soi Suthep high above the city of Chiangmai. When I first came to visit Dorothy with Kath and Bob five years ago Dorothy was in training
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Monday Feb 24 Princess Cays Bahama

Good morning from Princess Cays a privately owned beach on one of Bahamas southern islands. We got up and met the Seiberts for a breakfast in the Dining Room at 800. Today was a leisurely paced affair so we had plenty of time for breakfast. Jane
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Rome's City of Water

If you’ve been to Rome, you’ve seen the Trevi fountain, or you’ve gotten close enough to squeeze through a crack in the throng and come out somewhere within throwing distance of the big pool. But did you ever wonder, “where does that water go after tourists have gawked at it and thrown their coins in it?” For that, you have to go below the street surface of Rome, where they keep all the good, old stuff. Vicus Caprarius – The City of Water, extends 9 meters below street level. ...
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LGBTQ guide to Washington, DC

When you think of Washington, DC, perhaps you flash to a photo of the capitol building and the White House. Maybe you picture a crowded senate floor or a news anchor standing in front of the Supreme Court. DC might not, however, be one of the first places you think of when you think of LGBTQ+ travel destinations. That’s not entirely DC’s fault since first and foremost it’s the capital of the United States and is typically associated with lawmaking and politics. But if you peel back a few of t...
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Where to see rocket launches 2020

Rocket launches aren’t just for Florida anymore. Noting that the second-most-popular tourist attraction in Central Florida is the massive Kennedy Space Center, the rest of America — and the world – has begun developing tourism around the awe-inspiring experience of watching a rocket shoot into space. And many of them are in places worth visiting for more than just the launch. Though our American launch pads are easily the most accessible, if you were planning a trip to South America, Japan, o...
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Great Ocean Road Day 20. Melbourne

GOR. Day 20. Warburton Our last day of this tour. A 1 hr train journey to Lilydale to ride the old railway line trail to Warburton and back. A cloudy start but warm and what we would want for the finale. The trains in Australia are good for cyclists sinc
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Skiing Swimming and Snorkelling part 2

We 'did' the snow part in Japan and now it is the swim and snorkel part in the Philippines. We arrived in Manila Philippines to darkness after a 5 hour flight from Narita in Japan. After the cold of Suginohara the low teens of Narita allowed
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Your Chance To Say What Airline And Hotel Loyalty Program Is Really Best

There are awards where a panel of experts gets together to give out an award based on their own opinion. There are awards where companies pay sponsorship fees and keep winning their sponsored award. And then there's the oldest and largest consumer-driven awards in airline, hotel and credit card loyalty: the Freddie Awards. Voting in the Freddie Awards is now open and runs through March 31st. The Freddie Awards are the voice of the frequent traveler. Each year millions cast their ballots for t...
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Travel Alert February 2020: Winter Weather to Impact Midwestern United States and Southeastern Canada

If the midwestern United States and southeastern Canada are 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 winter storm which is expected to form from multiple storm systems. Multiple winter storms are expected to converge and result in accumulations of snow from... The post Travel Alert February 2020: Winter Weather to Impact Midwestern United State...
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The New Classic - Classic Birthday Or Celebration Cake!

Everyone needs a recipe for a classic birthday cake up their sleeve! This one is celebratory with a moist funfetti inside and with a classic American buttercream frosting and a white chocolate ganache drip! I called her Mimi.
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How Brazilian food honors Nigeria

As part of my voyage of the heart to heal from the sudden loss of my mother, Grace, I headed far afield to Brazil, a country she loved wholeheartedly yet never visited. During my mission to forget her passing, I encountered many a reminder of her aliveness, the dishes she cooked, and the tales she told of the place she was born: Nigeria. I arrived in time for Rio Carnival, which promised samba, pulsating revelry, and splashes of glitter. But the world’s grandest street party also brought me ...
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Third Diamond Princess passenger, 80-year-old Japanese man, dies after coronavirus quarantine

A third passenger who had been on board Princess Cruises' Diamond Princess, the ship quarantined for coronavirus, has died.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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Westerdam cruise ship passenger now negative for coronavirus

The World Health Organization said new tests for an 83-year-old woman who tested positive for coronavirus now indicate the "virus was cleared."          [Author: USA TODAY]
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Little Splendour 2020 – SITG for families

Come and celebrate 20 years of SITG at Little Splendour . The dedicated children’s festival within Splendour in the Grass . Live performances, workshops, roving artists, parents retreat, active games, face painting, bubble mayhem, jumping castles… so so much fun for the all the youngsters Little Splendour is lovingly curated to present the finest kids craft creators, theatre and circus performers, magic shows, workshop activities and a dedicated live music and DJ line-up. Interactive activit...
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3-DAY FLYING TRAPEZE INTENSIVE

Take your flying to the next level at our Flying Trapeze Intensive held in beautiful Byron Bay. Pack your bags and escape to paradise for 3 days of intensive flying trapeze training at our indoor venue. 3-Day Flying Trapeze Intensive Circus Arts Byron Bay 7 – 9 March 2020 $480 for 3 days This intensive is for intermediate to advanced flyers who are already comfortable swinging out of lines. Lead by trainer Scot Tornaros, the weekend includes an in-depth analysis of swing techniques, tricks, ...
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FDA Rules Are Keeping The U.S. From Preparing For Coronavirus

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 FDA Rules Are Keeping The U.S. From Preparing For Coronavirus...
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Has global tourism peaked, at least for now?

Global tourism has risen dramatically since the end of the second World War. In 1950, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), there were just 25 million international tourist arrivals. By 2019, the same body reported that there were 1.5 billion international tourist arrivals – an increase of 4% on the previous year […] The post Has global tourism peaked, at least for now? appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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A Six Month Odyssey

23 Feb 2020SirinceWe decided to catch the town bus to the little town of Sirince today. Its a little piece of heaven about 8 kms away.Being a Sunday this small Greek village surrounded by thousands of Olive trees is expe
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