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ayoubs.ca for the best nuts and dried fruit shipped to your door

Isn't this beautiful? I had an instant flashback to stores we visited in Amman. For a healthy snack, you can't beat nuts. They're packed with protein, healthy oils, vitamins, and minerals. They're high in fibre, they have antioxidant properties, and they contain almost nothing of what you want to avoid eating. (They are also vegan and gluten-free, for people who want those.)All kinds of health claims are associated with nuts, but whether or not those are true, nuts are the perfect between...
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Hope Against the Odds

  When walking in what feels like a dark tunnel what brings hope is a flicker of light, no matter how small, at the end of the tunnel. Faith is something personal and either the person has it or doesn't and one might start to look for it because of need. Encouragement from others can help with focusing on the light at the end of the tunnel and not the darkness that surrounds, encouragements such as, "You are moving in the right direction". When the tunnel goes on and on as it sometimes does the...
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Hawaii beaches closed, masks mandated, evictions postponed as state's 10th COVID-19 death announced; counties struggle to draft budgets, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Ala Moana beach park last year ©2020 All Hawaii News With new restrictions, Hawaii’s shorelines are empty ... for the most part. With new rules in place further restricting people from gathering on sandy shorelines, beaches were fairly empty for a beautiful Saturday in Hawaii. Hawaii News Now.Ige's fifth emergency proclamation closes beaches, mandates face masks, places moratorium of evictions. Full text Ige Issues Eviction Moratorium Through April 30. The order won’t prevent landlords f...
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Accepting lockdown measures is like First Nations accepting blankets...

If you don't understand the reference, after destroying First Nation People's property, homes and very lives governments gave them blankets to help them through the winter, the blankets were infested with smallpox.Let's count the casualities.-The person scheduled for a screening for that lump or growth, told that early detection is the most important tool in the box for surviving cancer.   That vital screening was indefinitely delayed...when the test comes back malignant, oh well....we were afra...
Tags: Travel, First Nations, Canada, United States, Italy, Great Britain, Health Canada, Fauci, ICL, Imperial College of London, Gordie Canuk, McDonalds Burger King KFC


Best breweries to try in Philly

There’s no doubt that Philadelphia is a beer city. There are microbreweries and craft beer bars in every nook and cranny of Philly’s neighborhoods, and some corner stores pack fridges with better selections than proper liquor stores. Sure, the dive bars have plenty of PBRs, but they also carry rare seasonal beers on a rotating craft list. There’s a long history to it all, this being Philadelphia. Over the course of the 19th century, Philadelphia and the surrounding area became a hub for bre...
Tags: Travel, Beer, United States, Philadelphia, All, Philly, Breweries, Melissa, Kevin, Yards, South Philly, West Philly, Passyunk Avenue, Point Breeze, Wissahickon, Wissahickon Park


The world’s best drag queens

RuPaul’s Drag Race has transformed drag culture from niche gay-bar entertainment to popular mainstream commodity since first airing on LogoTV in 2009. As a result, many of the queens who sashay down Ru’s runway find international fame and enjoy the kind of monetary stability their industry predecessors never dreamed of 10 years ago. But when it comes to noteworthy drag, these queens aren’t always the be all end all; Ru’s army of reality-tv mother-tuckers is only a fraction of the fabulously ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Florida, UK, England, New York, London, NYC, La, Berlin, New York City, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Earth, United States


COVID-19 Hotel Recovery Strategy: Top 10 Ways to Prepare your Hotel for the Rebound in Travel Demand | By Margaret Mastrogiacomo

As Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact travel globally, it is important to observe industry forecasts and trends that will ultimately shape your recovery strategy as hotels begin to plan for the initial rebound in travel demand.
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Lake Charles, Louisiana, travel

While Louisiana will always be synonymous with New Orleans, another city in the state holds its own in offering a heck of a good time. Lake Charles is a fun city with a chill vibe — in that you can still enjoy a night out with others but also remember what your evening was all about, unlike what usually happens on Bourbon Street. Dining options range from places with a focus on the menu and dishes, with little fuss over ambience, to longtime establishments that encourage you to dress up. Othe...
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Viking Mississippi River Cruises Are Finally Becoming a Reality

After years of speculation, and many conversations between Viking cruise line executives and officials in small Mississippi river towns, it’s really going to happen.  The versatile cruise line has announced the long-awaited launch of Mississippi River cruises in 2022.   According to Viking, they plan to Read More The post Viking Mississippi River Cruises Are Finally Becoming a Reality appeared first on .
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Passion-Ate! Passion Fruit & Coconut Layer Cake

There are some things that I'm absolutely passionate about and one of them is passion fruit. The other is coconut so I created this softer than soft Passionfruit and Coconut cake to merge two of my favourite flavours together. The cake itself is downy soft and layered generously with a passionfruit and lemon buttercream and lashings of passionfruit curd. It is then given a final coat of toasted coconut flakes! This is a pushy recipe Dear Reader. I called her Peyton.
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Self-isolating on uninhabited isle

Everyone is self-isolating differently, and this former British paratrooper might have the most unique social distancing setup we’ve seen yet. Chris Lewis left his home in Wales, in August 2017, embarking on a fundraising challenge to walk along the entire coastline of the United Kingdom to raise money for the SSAFA, Armed Forces Charity. He and his dog Jet have walked 12,000 miles and were sleeping in a tent on mainland Shetland when the UK’s lockdown restrictions went into effect on March ...
Tags: Travel, UK, Wales, Scotland, United Kingdom, Chris Lewis, All, Lewis, Shetland, Scottish Island, Facebook Far, Self-isolation, Self-isolating, Scottish Isles, Chris Walks


Drone footage of cities on lockdown

As the COVID-19 pandemic has caused life in cities around the world to grind to a halt, typically busy streets are empty, and the world’s most vibrant neighborhoods look like ghost towns. But since we’re all staying inside, it can be difficult to really imagine how social distancing orders have changed our cities or know whether or not our personal efforts are followed by our neighbors. Drones are uniquely equipped to capture environments from an illuminating perspective, showing us bird’s-...
Tags: Travel, Europe, New York, Milan, London, Boston, Africa, San Francisco, Chicago, United States, Italy, Cape Town, Vancouver, Red Sox, Drone Footage, All


Oil Plunges Below Zero for First Time in Unprecedented Wipeout - Bloomberg

Oil Plunges Below Zero for First Time in Unprecedented Wipeout - Bloomberg:Of all the wild, unprecedented swings in financial markets since the coronavirus pandemic broke out, none has been more jaw-dropping than Monday’s collapse in a key segment of U.S. oil trading.The price on the futures contract for West Texas crude that is due to expire Tuesday fell into negative territory -- minus $37.63 a barrel. The reason: with the pandemic bringing the economy to a standstill, there is so much unused ...
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Jacksonville, Florida, reopens beach

If anyone was going to take the national shaming stick for opening up too early, it might as well be Florida. We’re used to being the United States’ poster child of stupid, the big, dangling punchline at the end of the country everyone uses to make their states feel smarter. It’s okay. We’re used to it. Bad judgment is as much a part of our identities as suntans. So when Jacksonville announced it was opening its beaches at 5:00 PM Friday, the world was just waiting for us to Florida it up. ...
Tags: Travel, Florida, New York City, US, America, United States, Philadelphia, Jacksonville, All, Thomas, Jacksonville Florida, Hampton Inn, Rothstein, Duval, Laura Grier, Duval County


Outstanding photographs of cross fox

The animal kingdom never ceases to surprise us. From hybrid marine mammals like the narluga to the unique pink manta ray recently spotted off the coast of Australia, there’s no telling what fascinating curiosity wildlife-watching will throw at us next. Even the best-known species have secrets of their own that regularly knock our socks off. This stunning fox is a prime example. A melanistic variety of the commonly spotted red fox, sporting a magnificent red and black coat and a white-tipped t...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Canada, Newfoundland, All, Twillingate, Matador Network, Newfoundland Canada, Gaby, Rare Wildlife, Canadian Fox, Cross Fox, Rare Fox, Sam Gaby, Sam Gaby Instagram


Coronavirus Will Be ‘9 Times Worse Than 9/11’ for Travel Industry

The impact of Covid-19 will on the travel industry will be "nine times worse than 9/11," the U.S. Travel Association said today. The trade organization commissioned a report detailing the expected economic damage caused by the infectious disease. The travel sector is bracing for a drop of $519 billion in domestic travel spending, a loss...
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Cocktail bars in Panama City, Panama

If you’re looking for a place to get away from it all with a drink in hand, consider adding Panama City to your travel bucket list. Residents of the capital city of Panama have a bright outlook on life, and the perennial happy hour and bustling cocktail scene certainly helps. There’s no denying that Panameños are drinking in the good life. Here, you’ll find fine-crafted cocktails — made with ingredients ranging from classic to the more experimental — savored in paradisiacal quarters. These ...
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Xbox series X : caractéristiques, date de sortie, design, jeux… on vous dit tout !

Voici toutes les dernières informations officielles et les rumeurs concernant la Xbox Series S, nouvelle console de Microsoft qui assure la passage à la Next Gen ! Puissance, jeux exclusifs, nouvelles fonctionnalités...on vous dit tout ! L'article Xbox series X : caractéristiques, date de sortie, design, jeux… on vous dit tout ! a été rédigé par Mika pour NWE / NOWHEREELSE.FR.
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#UAE Coronavirus News: Testing Planned for All Citizens, Residents - Bloomberg

UAE Coronavirus News: Testing Planned for All Citizens, Residents - Bloomberg:The United Arab Emirates is widening the scope of coronavirus testing to cover all citizens and residents across the Gulf nation.The country performed 25,795 tests and confirmed 484 new infections in the past 24 hours, Farida Al Hosani, the official spokesperson for the U.A.E. health sector, said on TV on Monday. Total coronavirus cases are now at 7,265, including 43 deaths.The U.A.E. has imposed movement restrictions ...
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#Kuwait expands curfew, extends public sector work suspension - Reuters

Kuwait expands curfew, extends public sector work suspension - Reuters:Kuwait will extend the suspension of work in the public sector including at government ministries until May 31 and expand a nationwide curfew to 16 hours as part of efforts to combat the coronavirus, a government spokesman said on Monday.He said in televised remarks that the 4 pm to 8 am curfew would go into effect at the start of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, which could fall on Thursday or later this week depending on ...
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Oil crashes, ends negative for the first time in history - Reuters

Oil crashes, ends negative for the first time in history - Reuters:U.S. crude oil futures turned negative on Monday for the first time in history, ending the day at a stunning minus $37.63 a barrel as traders sold heavily because of rapidly filling storage space at the key Cushing, Oklahoma, delivery point.Brent crude, the international benchmark, also slumped, but that contract was nowhere near as weak because more storage is available worldwide.The May U.S. WTI contract fell $55.9, or 306%, to...
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How to help Earth Day 2020

April 22 will be the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Yet with the country focused on fighting the pandemic, the Trump administration is taking advantage of our collective distraction to roll back even more environmental protections. Social distancing means there won’t be big public protests this year — but there are still positive steps you can take to protect public lands, keep our air clean, and reduce emissions. A half century after the first Earth Day, there’s no time to waste. Here’s what...
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Bioluminescence in Newport Beach, CA

We’ll take a dose of nature’s beauty anywhere during lockdown, from pictures of animals taking over the world’s streets in our absence to astronomical phenomena we can see out of our windows, but a rare display of ocean bioluminescence takes the cake. A dazzling show of neon blue crashing waves lit up Newport Beach, California, last Wednesday night. The extraordinary natural phenomenon was captured by California photographers Royce Hutain, Patrick Coyne, and Mark Girardeau of Orange County Ou...
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Vancouver streets during COVID-19

As most cities all around the world have been in lockdown for several weeks, video footage has been emerging of exactly how bizarre those conditions look from a bird’s-eye view. In a drone video of Vancouver, Canada, captured by photographer Spencer Watson, the sheer emptiness of the city is brought to light. The video, called “Come Together Stay Apart,” shows Vancouver’s typically busy streets completely deserted. From the quiet Lions Gate Bridge to the Olympic cauldron, Granville Street,...
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US oil price crashes to record low as coronavirus hits demand | Financial Times

US oil price crashes to record low as coronavirus hits demand | Financial Times:Benchmark US oil prices crashed towards $1 a barrel on Monday, as the collapse in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic leaves the world awash with so much crude, and so little available storage capacity, that producers may soon be paying for buyers to take it off their hands.West Texas Intermediate, the US marker, lost 92 per cent on Monday, with the price of oil for delivery next month sinking to a low of $1.02...
Tags: Travel, US, Wti, Jefferies, Financial Times, CME Group, Cushing Oklahoma, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Jason Gammel


Apricot Stone virtual restaurant

If you miss eating out at restaurants, you’re not alone. Even if you’ve been cheffing up your favorite meals and getting creative in your own kitchen, there’s no replacing the classic restaurant experience, and takeout meals just aren’t the same. To remind you of the good old days when you could actually leave the house, drive to your favorite food spot, and enjoy the atmosphere, one Philadelphia establishment is attempting to recreate the dining out experience for customers in their own home...
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Puerto Rico Reassures Travelers That ‘Soon Enough, It’ll Be Time for Paradise’

The roll of a rising surf; a waterfall crashing on wet stone; a symphony of tropical bird calls. What was once the soundtrack to a tropical vacation is now a welcome relief in your social media feeds to the sounds inside the four walls you're all too familiar with as the national shutdown carries on....
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How Should Airlines Change, Post-Pandemic?

We’re heading into another week of travel restrictions, lockdowns and searching out more creative ways to get comfortable with staying home around the clock. Yet as hard as it may be to believe, we will eventually return to something like normal life. We’ll eventually be getting on flights again, whether for work or…Read more...
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Canceling summer travel plans

The days have bled into weeks, which bleed into months, but somehow, summer is not too far away. Most colleges will be through with classes in a few weeks, Memorial Day is in a month, and aside from a bizarre blizzard, the weather is generally starting to heat up. In eager anticipation of the year’s brightest months, many people booked big summer trips long before Corona was more than something to enjoy with tacos. But now, as we’re starting to hear murmurs of things opening up again, the possi...
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How to get a last-minute campsite

A stress-free camping trip requires a certain amount of forethought. Reserving a campsite, packing the right gear, and mapping out the best routes to and from your campground can help a trip go smoothly and give you something to look forward to in the weeks, even months, before your escape to the great outdoors. Sometimes, though, the camping bug bites on a whim. While securing a last-minute campsite can be more challenging than unearthing your sleeping bag, particularly during peak season or...
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