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The Red Ball

A red ball, a blue sky, green grass, and a very happy little boy.                      Related Stories One of My Favorite Videos of GabrielOliviaYou Know What I Am Going to Post  [Author: French la Vie]
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Cruise ships to return to Hawaii, Honolulu to temporarily limit crowd size, Hawaii population in decline, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii dog walker with cruise ship ©2022 All Hawaii NewsCruise ships returning to Hawaii beginning Jan. 15. State inks port agreements with Carnival, NCL. The first port agreements with Carnival Cruise Line and Norwegian Cruise Lines to formalize health and safety protocols for the return of cruise line operations in Hawaii have been executed, the state Department of Transportation announced Tuesday. West Hawaii Today. Big Island Now. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. KITV4.Hawaii is for...
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My Telegram comments regarding the current state of affairs in Australia

COMMENT 1 The vast majority of comments of Australians on social media re: Djockovic confirm exactly what is happening here in India – that people never look at any data that contradicts their belief. The majority of Australians don’t want him in Australia despite the virus already being there – stopping him can’t stop the […]
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How Australians have responded to Djockovic: the Great Hysteria continues unabated.

This is just a TINY selection of tweets: Wouldn’t it be fabulous if, when #novakdjokovic walked into the court, every single person got up and left?#AustralianOpen — Vicki Russell (@VickiRussell62) January 4, 2022 Tennis star #NOVAKDJOKOVIC held on airport tarmac in Melbourne for 4 hours. He should not be let in to defend his Australian […]
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Nanaimo to Tofino Drive – 13 Fantastic Stops to Make

Tofino’s growing popularity has spurned a huge increase in people making the Nanaimo to Tofino drive. Even though you can fly into Tofino, it can be expensive and car rentals once you’re in Tofino are often an issue. The drive makes sense for the majority of people heading to the west coast of Vancouver Island and driving gives you the ultimate in flexibility. I have done the Nanaimo to Tofino drive at least a half dozen times. Most of the time, I’ve been highly focused and have wanted to get to...
Tags: Travel, Long Beach, Vancouver, John, British Columbia, Drives, Road Trip, Douglas, Barkley, Grove, Vancouver Island, Sitka, Salish Sea, Pacific Rim National Park, Garry, Tofino


The Top 5 Questions Your Reservations Team Should Be Asking In 2022! | By Doug Kennedy

Are you ready to help your reservations team maximize the contribution of the voice booking channel in 2022? If so, it is not going to be easy. As we look ahead to the coming year nothing is certain. Well, actually one thing actually is certain: there will be continued disruption in the lodging industry!
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The Hospitality Industry Can Now Use Google Posts To Reach More Audiences And Drive Engagement

Following Google’s confirmation, the hospitality industry can now use Google Posts to engage with their customers. Businesses that fall within the ambit of the hospitality industry can now use Google Posts to announce COVID-19 protocols, any updates to amenities or renovations under the ‘What’s New’ Option, and events that take place on the property under the ‘Event’ type of post. When published, the post will be displayed on the Knowledge Panel of the business and could prove to be the d...
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Five Lessons on How to Personalize the Customer Experience | By Shep Hyken

I love to receive great examples of outstanding customer service. I’m always on the lookout for great stories, whether I personally experience them, or they are sent in by our followers. What I share with you today is a great example of personalized and proactive communication. While I provide the lessons, the example comes from one of our subscribers, Dawn Mushill, who shared a letter that BarkBox wrote to one of its customers.
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What Hoteliers Can Learn about the Tragic Mars Climate Orbiter Crash | By Ryan Hamilton

Back in 1999, the trajectory of a NASA satellite made the news – and not for the reasons you might expect. When the satellite reached its destination (Mars) to begin orbiting the planet, the Mars Climate Orbiter deviated course and crashed into the planet due to a ‘data integration error’. As it turns out, a breakdown between two software programs caused the satellite to navigate too close to the planet. While this represents an extreme example of a technological breakdown, it speaks to a...
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I Love Lúpe Taco Kits

I Love Lupe Taco Kits are make at home taco kits. These handy taco kits are from popular food truck and cafe Nighthawk Diner and come in fully compostable bags and have no MSG or preservatives. They come in three types: beef barbacoa, pork belly carnitas and eggplant meatballs all with their own hand rolled corn tortillas and sauces. They're available for pick up or delivered to your door via a range of delivery services.
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Sounding the Alarm: Why Hotel Safety and Panic Buttons are a Must Have in a Post-Pandemic World | By Parminder Batra

There’s an adage that reads, “If you take care of your employees, they will take care of your customers, and your business will take care of itself.” There is, perhaps, no better example of this sentiment at work than the hospitality industry. It is the primary responsibility of hospitality staff to take care of guests and anticipate their needs and, on the flip side, it is the primary responsibility of hospitality management to take care of their staff by providing a safe, connected, and...
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Oil rallies even as OPEC+ boosts output, U.S. fuel demand dips | Reuters

Oil rallies even as OPEC+ boosts output, U.S. fuel demand dips | Reuters Oil prices rose on Wednesday, extending gains even after OPEC+ producers stuck to an agreed output target rise for February and U.S. fuel inventories surged due to sliding demand as COVID-19 cases spiked.Brent crude futures ended up 80 cents, or 1%, to $80.80 a barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures closed up 86 cents, or 1.1%, to $77.85.The market pared gains late in the day after the release of minutes...
Tags: Travel, Opec, Reuters, Reuters Oil, U S Federal Reserve, U S West Texas Intermediate WTI, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Updated: Norwegian Cruise Line Cancels More Cruises 2022

It sounds like a broken record; new cruise line cancellations.  Only this time it’s 2022 not 2021.  Norwegian Cruise line announced that it canceled quite a few of its upcoming cruises.  Even their winter and spring Hawai’ian Islands cruises are... Read More The post Updated: Norwegian Cruise Line Cancels More Cruises 2022 appeared first on Cruise Maven.
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Radisson Hotel Group concludes a successful 2021 of regional growth in the Middle East

Radisson Hotel Group, one of the world's leading hotel groups, looks prudently optimistic into 2022. It positively strengthens its presence in the Middle East and further regional expansion in KSA with two more new openings in the pipeline before the end of the year, contributing to the Group sealing more than 250 hotels signed since the start of the pandemic.
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A Difficult Night - The Life of a Hotel Doctor | By Mike Oppenheim

A woman began vomiting the morning after Christmas dinner. People blame upset stomachs on their last meal, but mostly these are viral infections. Although miserable, they rarely last long. Doctors enjoy short-lived illnesses because we get the credit when they go away.
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DAE signed 200 plane lease deals in 2021 amid gradual aviation industry recovery

DAE signed 200 plane lease deals in 2021 amid gradual aviation industry recovery Dubai Aerospace Enterprise, the Middle East's biggest plane lessor, said its aircraft leasing division signed 200 lease agreements, extensions and amendments in 2021, as the aviation industry began to gradually recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.DAE Capital, the company's aircraft leasing division, also acquired 41 aircraft and sold 30 aircraft during the year, DAE said in its annual business transactions update o...
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Oil rises more even as OPEC+ lifts output, U.S. fuel demand slips | Reuters

Oil rises more even as OPEC+ lifts output, U.S. fuel demand slips | Reuters Oil prices rose on Wednesday, extending gains even after OPEC+ producers stuck to an agreed output target rise for February and U.S. fuel inventories surged due to a sliding demand as COVID-19 cases spiked due to the Omicron variant.Brent crude futures rose $1.27, or 1.6%, to $81.26 a barrel as of 11:11 a.m. EST (1611 GMT). U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose $1.30, or 1.7%, to $78.29.U.S. crude stock...
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Margaritaville's new cruise brand will still begin sailing out of Florida in April — see inside its first ship

The 5 o'Clock Somehwere Bar aboard the Margaritaville Paradise.The McBride Company Margaritaville has partnered with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line to launch Margaritaville at Sea. The new cruise brand's first ship, Margaritaville Paradise, will begin sailing from Florida in April. The Margaritaville hospitality empire has been expanding throughout 2021. In December 2021, hospitality giant Margaritaville announced Margaritaville at Sea, the company's own cruise brand. The Margari...
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Molten Magic: Glass Sculptures of Tony Cragg on the Island of Murano in Venice - #SiliconDioxide

Glass Tooth (Untitled) 2021 by Tony Cragg - Photo: Cat Bauer(Venice, Italy) The British sculptor Sir Tony Cragg marvels that the human body forms teeth, creating natural sculptures made out of minerals. The enamel that covers human teeth is 96 percent mineral and stronger than bone. Otherwise, he thinks that human beings make boring things and that industry is killing our form. "We have to stop impoverishing form. Sculpture is the only way to put form back in the world," said Cragg at th...
Tags: Travel, International, Britain, Venice, Murano, Venice Biennale, Venice Italy, Italian Alps, Cragg, Merano, Murano Glass Museum, Tony Cragg, VETRO, Silicon Dioxide, Cat Bauer, Nally Bellati


Most Gulf bourses track oil prices higher | Reuters

Most Gulf bourses track oil prices higher | Reuters Most stock markets in the Gulf ended higher on Wednesday, tracking rising oil prices, as investors shrugged off impact of a rise in COVID-19 cases caused by the Omicron variant.Crude prices, a key catalyst for the Gulf's financial markets, held near $80 a barrel after OPEC+ producers stuck to an agreed output target rise for February.OPEC+ producers, which include members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries along with...
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#Saudi cabinet approves MoU with #Oman to encourage investments | ZAWYA MENA Edition

Saudi cabinet approves MoU with Oman to encourage investments | ZAWYA MENA Edition Saudi cabinet approved today a memorandum of understanding with Oman for the purpose of encouraging investments, Saudi Press Agency reported, citing cabinet's weekly statement.The cabinet also delegated the minister of finance to negotiate a potential MoU with UK in the field of financial services, it added.Additionally, Saudi Arabia approved an initial agreement with Japan in the area of environment, SPA said. ...
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OPEC Output Boost Severely Limited as African Members Struggle - Bloomberg video

OPEC Output Boost Severely Limited as African Members Struggle - Bloomberg OPEC made only part of its planned production increase last month, with supplies hampered by disruptions in two of the group’s African members.The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries added just 90,000 barrels a day in December, as a boost by Saudi Arabia was offset by losses in Libya and Nigeria, according to a Bloomberg survey. The OPEC+ coalition led by Saudi Arabia and Russia has been restoring production h...
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Oil extends gains above $80 after OPEC+ output hike | Reuters

Oil extends gains above $80 after OPEC+ output hike | Reuters Oil prices extended gains on Wednesday, rising towards $81 a barrel after OPEC+ producers stuck to an agreed output target rise for February and investors assessed the impact of a spike in COVID-19 cases caused by the Omicron variant.Brent crude futures were up 65 cents, or 0.81%, to $80.65 a barrel by 1317 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose 56 cents, or 0.73%, to $77.55.OPEC+ producers, which include m...
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685 Aircraft Management

Our guest is the CEO of aircraft management company PC Aviators, an air race champion, author, speaker, and former aerodynamics professor. In the news, flight cancellations strand thousands of air travelers, Boeing 737 MAX flights are set to resume in Ethiopia and Indonesia, more 5G drama, and adaptive cycle engines for military applications. Guest Pete Zaccagnino is the CEO of PC Aviators, an aircraft management company. He’s also a four-time Air Racing Gold Champion in the Jet...
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Five big questions real estate is asking in 2022

From the speed at which workplaces are changing, to the prospect of further market disruption, 2022 is expected to be another year of transformation.
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Spa Space Announces $3 Million in Seed Round Funding

Spa Space announced recently the closure of a $3 million seed round of funding. The three-sided vertical marketplace for the spa and salon industries solves the therapist shortage with a wide range of on-demand staffing solutions. The debt and equity financing were organized by veteran technology investor Christopher Craig, who will be joining Spa Space’s Board of Directors. Funds will be used to increase brand awar eness, drive Cloud revenue, accelerate platform development, optimize cus...
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Embracing Change with Revinate Virtual Phone

The working reality within the hospitality industry has changed dramatically, and whether fully remote or hybrid, mixed-up work styles are here to stay.
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Summit Hotel Properties Completes Acquisition of Embassy Suites by Hilton Tucson Paloma Village

Summit Hotel Properties, Inc. (NYSE: INN) (the "Company") today announced that it completed the acquisition of the 120-guestroom Embassy Suites by Hilton Tucson / Paloma Village for $25.5 million through its joint venture with GIC on December 21, 2021. The investment represents a high-quality, market-leading hotel in a rapidly growing market.
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Hawaii Is Rethinking Tourism. Here’s What That Means for You

John De Fries still recalls fishing the waters off Waikiki Beach in Oahu as a kid in the 1960s. “Growing up, my family fishing grounds were a source of food first and recreation second,” he says. “Today they’re a playground surrounded by hotels.”
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The Lexicon Group of Institutes announces the launch of the Lexicon Institute Of Hotel Management in Pune, Maharashtra

The Lexicon Group of Institutes, one of India’s leading education hubs is soon going to launch the Lexicon Institute of Hotel Management in Pune, Maharashtra – a hotel management college which is ‘By the Hoteliers and For the Hoteliers’. Distinguished leaders and veterans of the hospitality industry have come together to establish this institute which is set to bring in a new dawn for hospitality education in India.
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