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Health Department whistleblower forced out, Honolulu mayor extends stay-at-home order, Hilo jail inmates riot, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Health Department investigator Jennifer Smith PC:KITV4 video Whistleblower at Department of Health says she was placed on leave. Whistleblower at the Department of Health and case investigator Jennifer Smith says that she was placed on leave. KITV4.Hawaii Dept Of Health Whistleblower Forced Out As Shakeup Continues. After revealing flaws in the state’s contact tracing program, Jennifer Smith, a state DOH case investigator, was put on leave on Friday. Civil Beat.DOH whistleblower placed on...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Epa, Environmental Protection Agency, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Maui, Department Of Health, State, Honolulu, U S Environmental Protection Agency, West Hawaii, Oahu, U S Army, Health Department, Aloha


How To Look Cool While Driving Your Car

Is there a match between your car and the personality you have? Among all the others, this is the most important one, and it should be a matching combination. In fact, this is the top prospect of your cool-looking principle. Some of the significant components for you to look cool while driving a car are as follows: The Way You Drive How you drive your car is also one of the most prominent aspects that show how cool you are while driving. Some people might figure out that speedy dri...
Tags: Travel, Fashion, Driving, Road Trip, Car Safety, Fashion Advice, Driving Gloves, Driving Shoes, Shoes For Driving, Driving Clothes


cpmvfsgu day 3

We had another good breakfast at Popsey's, then hit the road to Victoria. Campbell River is halfway between Port Hardy, the northernmost town on the Island, and Victoria, at the southern tip. We really felt the change in climate, from the north and west coast cool, temperate barely-summer weather, to the rest of the island's hot dry summer. We had a good drive down, and went straight to the doggie daycare place where the pups will be tomorrow, for their "meet and greet". Cookie and Kai have neve...
Tags: Travel, Portland, Island, Victoria, Oakland, Travels, Allan, Powell, Vancouver Island, Nanaimo, Kai, Port Hardy, Laura K, Tala, Popsey, Victoria Campbell River


consolation-prize mini-vacation featuring special guest urticaria: days 1 and 2

This is the time when wmtc turns into a travel journal, which I write almost entirely for myself, for a record of my travels.First of all, we were supposed to travel in April, an ultimate road trip that would take in everything I could want in a vacation, from beloved friends and family -- many of whom we had not seen in many years, and who I really miss -- to gorgeous scenic drives, and, of course, baseball. And with our dogs, too! That is truly my little heaven. Even before the lockdown, we re...
Tags: Travel, Personal, Travels, Allan, North Island, Campbell, Vancouver Island, Kai, Campbell River, Port Hardy, Laura K, COVID-19, Campbell River Campbell River, Campbell River Hospital, Popsey


California

The photos of the orange sky, smoke dense enough that you could look at the sun directly as we do the moon at night, photos that I doubled-checked by asking if they were taking last night or this morning?! A silence fills the air, birds are not singing, wild animals are coming into the neighborhoods in search of food, water, shade, refuge... Ash blowing as if snowing... the photos today came in from family and friends living in California... eerie, frightening, terribly awful, unforgiving, devas...
Tags: Travel, California, Sacramento, San Francisco, Mendocino, Mount Shasta, Sierras, French la Vie, Shasta Lassen


Black Power: “One Night in Miami” Jumps the Needle Forward at the Venice Film Festival

One Night in Miami (Venice, Italy) One night in Miami, on February 25, 1964, the brash 22-year-old Cassius Clay defeated the World Heavyweight Champion, Sonny Liston. Years later, playwright and screenwriter Kemp Powers would stumble upon a paragraph in Redemption Song - Muhammad Ali and the Spirit of the Sixties, a book by Mike Marqusee about the intersection of sports and politics. One paragraph mentioned how four Black icons had gathered in a hotel room after the fight: Cassius Clay, M...
Tags: Travel, America, United States, Italy, Miami, Venice, Muhammad Ali, King, Joe Lewis, Cassius Clay, Sam Cooke, Clay, Malcolm X, Variety, Hodge, Kemp


A steel-and-glass observation deck that sits 10,000 feet in the air on top of a glacier in Italy just opened to the public — take a look inside Otzi Peak

Ötzi Peak, designed by noa* architecture studio, opened to the public in August. Alex Filz A brand new 360-degree-view observation deck that sits 10,600 feet in the air on a glacial ridge in the Italian Alps just opened to the public. Called "Ötzi Peak," the steel and glass structure looks out over the place where Ötzi the Iceman, one of the world's most famous mummies, was encased in ice for thousands of years. Ötzi Peak is a stone's throw from Glacier Hotel Grawand, one of the highest h...
Tags: Europe, Mountains, Design, Life, Trends, Features, Architecture, Unesco, Austria, Skiing, Italy, Alps, Views, South Tyrol, Glacier, Otzi


This Policy, Alone – Part 2

The claim in the previous part of this essay was that one of the most important policies changes that India needs is to liberate the education sector from political and bureaucratic control, and that the free market must be allowed to operate in the educational sector. Why do I stress education? It’s important to me … Continue reading "This Policy, Alone – Part 2"
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Loukoumades (Greek Honey Donuts) With Spiced Honey Butter Syrup

Loukoumades or Greek donuts are moreish little mouthfuls of the softest dough drizzled in a gorgeous spiced honey syrup. Sprinkled with pistachios they make a wonderful treat that are easy to make but hard to stop at just one! This is a pushy recipe Dear Reader!
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The best men's hiking boots

Lacing up the right pair of hiking boots goes a long way toward making sure hikes are comfortable, no matter if you're out on a multi-day backpacking trip or just hitting the trail for few hours at a time.The best hiking boots offer a long-lasting, comfortable fit, provide stability across diverse terrain, and are able to be quickly broken in. Our top pick, the Asolo TPS 520 GV hiking boots, gives you the support, water-resistance, and comfort you need to conquer any trail or mountain.Choosing t...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Outdoors, Oregon, Hiking, Trends, Columbia Sportswear, Features, Colombia, United States, Buying Guide, Columbia, Gtx, Merrell, Grand Teton, Gore Tex


How to Share Waze's Web Map to Your Phone

You can now plot out your next road trip with the Waze Live Map on desktop and then send these directions right to your phone. This new feature is live for everyone, and you can access it through Waze’s Live Map on desktop. Naturally, the Waze app needs to be installed on your phone to load the route, but that’s the…
Tags: Travel, Driving, Waze, Lifehacks, Google Maps, Navigation, Waze Live Map


United Airlines Announces New International Routes With Cryptic Video

In such a dire travel ecosystem, almost any announcement from a travel brand is a big deal--new partnerships with cleaning products, resuming routes and reducing capacity. With advertising budgets slashed, brands have been largely quiet, putting out minimal messaging that it's safe to fly and encouraging would-be travelers to book a trip. That's why it...
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A Canoe Trip in Canada You Probably Won’t Want to Do

We’re eight kilometres into a 290 kilometre canoe trip in northern Saskatchewan and I’m already wondering how I’m going to survive two weeks of paddling. It’s not the bugs, the rain or the mildly hypothermic temperatures I’m worried about – but our campsite we’ve had to carve out of the forest on a bed of slippery reindeer moss. Is this what we’re going to have to do every night for two weeks I wonder to myself? John and I have driven 1,200 kilometres to Reindeer Lake in northern Saskatchewan ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Canada, John, North America, Alberta, Calgary, Southend, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Ontario, Manitoba, Yellowknife, Algonquin Park, Kananaskis Country, Deep Bay


9 Simple Ways Get Fast Internet During Your Trips Around the World

Are you tired of slow and unreliable reliable internet connection when you are travelling? You’re not alone. This feels like an endless battle waiting for web pages to load or apps to respond before spending your precious vacation time staring at a blank screen rather than a beautiful beach. Therefore, this guide consists of a whole bunch of hints and tips for making most of that tiny trickle of data that is flowing into your smartphone or computer. They are meant to speed up the internet connec...
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#Bahrain sells $2 billion in sukuk and bonds - document - Reuters

Bahrain sells $2 billion in sukuk and bonds - document - Reuters:Bahrain sold $2 billion in a dual-tranche bond deal comprising seven-year sukuk and 12-year conventional bonds on Wednesday, its second international debt sale this year, a document showed.Bahrain sold $1 billion in sukuk at 3.95% and $1 billion in 12-year bonds at 5.45% and received more than $7.6 billion in combined orders for them, the document from one of the banks arranging the deal showed. [Author: [email protected] (Rup...
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Must-Know Tips When Travelling To Toronto On Business

Toronto is arguably one of the best cities in the world. A clean and safe metropolis offers so much for any visitors to enjoy. The options for accommodation are first-rate, including serviced apartments Toronto and neighboring areas. Furthermore, simply because you are visiting on business does not mean that it isn’t worth taking in the enlightened local culture. As with any destination, Toronto has its quirks and unique ways of doing things. Once you have tackled the chore of packing for your b...
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Oil prices stumble, hit June lows on Saudi price cut, COVID flare-ups - Reuters

Oil prices stumble, hit June lows on Saudi price cut, COVID flare-ups - Reuters:Oil futures settled sharply lower on Tuesday, with Brent sinking below $40 a barrel for the first time since June and U.S. crude falling nearly 8% after Saudi Arabia cut its October selling prices and COVID-19 cases rebounded in several countries.Coronavirus infections are rising in India, Great Britain, Spain and several parts of the United States, where the infection rate has not come under control for months. The ...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, United States, Reuters, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, India Great Britain Spain


A Comprehensive Guide to Choosing the Right SIM Card for Travel

Whether you use your sim card to keep in touch with your home, stay connected with your fellow travellers or surf internet for restaurant reviews and maps, travel Sim card offers a better way to use your mobile phones without relying on Wi-Fi or spending a lot of cash on international roaming charges. But with various options out there in the market, getting the right mobile package you require can be a challenging task. In this guide to international Sim cards below covers the primary advantage...
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#Kuwait Parliament Approves State Budget With $46 Billion Deficit - Bloomberg

Kuwait Parliament Approves State Budget With $46 Billion Deficit - Bloomberg:Kuwait’s parliament approved the state budget for the current fiscal year, projecting a deficit of 14 billion dinars ($46 billion) after making adjustments to account for lower oil prices and a cut in spending.Expenditure is now estimated at about 21.6 billion dinars after slashing almost 1 billion dinars since the Finance Ministry unveiled its plan in January. The decrease hasn’t affected subsidies, benefits or employe...
Tags: Travel, Kuwait, Finance Ministry, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Adnan AbdulSamad


#Oman Plans Debt Sales to Cover Gulf’s Biggest Budget Deficit - Bloomberg

Oman Plans Debt Sales to Cover Gulf’s Biggest Budget Deficit - Bloomberg:Oman’s government is planning to tap international and local debt markets this year as it seeks to plug the widest budget deficit among Gulf Arab economies.The sultanate, rated junk by the three major rating companies, hired Bank Muscat for a local-currency Islamic bond offering, according to the Finance Ministry. The sale will target local and small investors through a book-building process, it said in a statement on Wedne...
Tags: Travel, Opec, Oman, Gulf Cooperation Council, Finance Ministry, Bank Muscat, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Haitham bin Tariq al Said, Biggest Budget Deficit Bloomberg, Finance Ministry The


U.S., Oman discuss ways to strengthen security, boost economic ties - Reuters

U.S., Oman discuss ways to strengthen security, boost economic ties - Reuters:U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday spoke with Oman’s leader, Sultan Haitham bin Tariq al-Said, about ways to enhance regional security and strengthen economic ties between the two countries, the White House said in a statement.Trump thanked the Omani leader for his statements of support following a U.S.-brokered agreement by the United Arab Emirates and Israel to normalize relations, the White House said. “Presid...
Tags: Travel, White House, Israel, United States, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Donald Trump, Uae, Trump, Reuters, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Sultan Haitham bin Tariq Al Said, Israel United Arab Emirates, Abraham Accords


Progress in resolving Gulf Arab rift could come within weeks, U.S. official says - Reuters

Progress in resolving Gulf Arab rift could come within weeks, U.S. official says - Reuters:There could be some progress within weeks in resolving a three year-long rift between Gulf Arab states, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Wednesday, citing signs of “flexibility” in negotiations.David Schenker, the department’s top diplomat for the Middle East, was quick to urge caution however, because there hasn’t been any fundamental shift in talks that would quickly lead to a resolution.T...
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#SaudiArabia to keep pumping despite fall in crude prices | Financial Times

Saudi Arabia to keep pumping despite fall in crude prices | Financial Times:Saudi Arabia plans to keep oil production steady despite a recent slump in prices, fearing any bigger output cuts would lead rivals in Opec to increase supply.Five people briefed on Saudi Arabia’s thinking said Brent crude’s more than 10 per cent slide in the past week, dipping below $40 a barrel on Tuesday, was causing concern but not yet panic in Riyadh. The kingdom has led Opec and other producers such as Russia, know...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Opec, | Financial Times, Riyadh, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Middle East funds in talks to buy stakes in Ambani’s Reliance Retail | Financial Times

Middle East funds in talks to buy stakes in Ambani’s Reliance Retail | Financial Times:Middle East sovereign wealth funds including the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund are in talks to buy stakes in Reliance Retail, the arm of Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s empire that is seeking to raise $5.7bn by selling new shares.Adia is in discussions about an investment of $750m at a valuation of roughly $57bn, according to people familiar with the matter, while ...
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Hospitality Group Plans to Expand Despite Uncertainty in the Industry

CHARLESTON, SC (September 9, 2020) - Avocet Hospitality Group (AHG) recently announced plans to expand their business model from sole hotel owners/operators to include capital partnerships and third-party management agreements.
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Drive-To Ports & Near Future of Cruising

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Drive-To Ports & Near Future of Cruising When many cruise lines resume service next year, there’s a good chance that many sailings will leave from Tampa, New Orleans, Mobile and San Diego. A few others will leave from Charleston, South Carolina and Baltimore. What do all these ports have in common? These are all drive-to ports, and you don’t have to take... The post Drive-To Ports & Near Future of Cruising appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel ...
Tags: Cruises, Travel, San Diego, Baltimore, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, Charleston South Carolina, The Essentials, Tampa New Orleans Mobile


Common Fallacies and Fallacious Reasoning

Transcript We are often told that schools are where you learn how to think, not what to think. Sadly, almost no school curriculum deals directly with logic and the closely related subject of logical fallacies.  Fallacies are all around us. Just read something online or watch a few minutes of television and you’ll probably encounter ... Read more Common Fallacies and Fallacious Reasoning The post Common Fallacies and Fallacious Reasoning appeared first on Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.
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When Surprise And Delight Becomes Surprise Without Delight | By Shep Hyken

We've all heard the expression surprise and delight. The intention is that we surprise our customers with better-than-expected service.
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Uniquely Yours: Personalized Offers for Your Guests | By Jen Cialfi, CHDM

Often times we see specials and packages continually repeated while searching for a hotel. If you're getting tired of seeing the same promotions, so are your potential guests. So get creative with your offers and generate far more interest in your hotel - from both new and returning guests. Here are some ideas how you can do this:
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Olympus Mons – The Largest Volcano in The Solar System

Olympus Mons (latin for Mount Olympus) is a very large shield volcano on the planet Mars. The volcano has a height of over 21 km (13.6 mi or 72,000 ft) as measured by the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter (MOLA). Olympus Mons is about two and a half times Mount Everest’s height above sea level. It is one of the largest volcanoes, the tallest planetary mountain, and the second tallest mountain currently... Source
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