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KY eats – Tiny Porridge House at Macao – 合誠小食店

I think Macao people has got life all figured out, instead of having shops and restaurants all day long, if you go out on the streets at 11 am, you’d see that most shops are still tightly shut. It isn’t until around noon that they get started, and of course, by 8 pm it’s going home time again. Which probably contributes to them having one of the longest life expectancy in the world. Don’t work overly hard, have a balanced work-life, I guess? 合誠小食店 Anyway, walking from Ole Tai Sum hotel in the ...
Tags: Travel, Macau, Porridge, Food Video, Macao, Eats, Don, Small Restaurant, Sycookies, Outside Malaysia, Fish Porridge, Tiny Restaurant, Hap Seng

10 Tips for Traveling with Your Cats

Are you planning to go on a trip with your lovely cat? Well, holidays are meant for taking a long trip because you do need to get away from the daily, monotonous, blood-sucking chores. A short road trip is always better, especially if you don’t want to move further away from your home for a long time. Weekend road trip or a trip for two to four days can be planned anytime, without having to think about arranging places for your pets. When you a soft bundle of fluffy fur moving around...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Ac, Don

Have CBD, Will Travel: A Brief Guide To Traveling With CBD Oil For Newbies

Medical marijuana is now legal in 33 states, while recreational cannabis is legal in 10. Michigan’s the latest addition to those 10 where you can use recreational marijuana. Soon, Utahns and Missourians may also get legal access to medical cannabis. With more states legalizing this 500 BC-old plant, it’s easy to see why many wonder if traveling with CBD is fine. If getting across state borders with cannabidiol products in their bags isn’t a crime. Especially now that hemp has become legal in the...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Europe, US, Idaho, Nebraska, Michigan, Tsa, Transportation Security Administration, Don, Thc, CBD Oil For Newbies

A Deeper Shade Of Blue

“Stunningly beautiful to watch, very funny in places, totally entertaining but most importantly tells a deeper history of what surfing is and the magic place where it was born.” Stacy Peralta, Director of Dog Town/Z Boys & Riding Giants The Byron Community Centre’s Surfflix series continues! This Tuesday (15 January) they will be showing A Deeper Shade Of Blue. The night promises a chilled atmosphere with the Byron Theatre Bar open before the film (from 6:30pm) and during intermission. Don’t mis...
Tags: Travel, News, Culture, Don, Byron Bay, Stacy Peralta, Dog Town Z Boys Riding Giants, Box Office Mon Fri 10am

3 Ways for Hotels to Effectively Reach and Influence New Audiences While Turning Them into Loyal Customers

Are your Hotel stuck in a maze searching for new ways just to locate your current market? What if I told you there were effective and creative alternatives that could expand your market beyond your imagination? Discover 3 ways for Hotels to effectively reach and influence new audiences while turning them into loyal customers. Knowing that your Hotel contribute to making your community worthwhile visiting We see numerous reports and research indicating that the percentages of employees activel...
Tags: Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Hotel, Don, Social Media Community, Morch, Loyal Customers, Founders Media Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotels, Social Media Mastery for Hotel, Hotel Social Media Community, Are Morch Hotel Blogger, Facebook Group for Hotels, Ways for Hotels

Rambo III

Re-watching this, I will say that it wasn’t as enjoyable as I remembered it being. I think First Blood Part II is still quite decent as an 80s actioner, but here we start seeing Rambo make quips, which feels too out-of-character to be enjoyable. Don’t get me wrong, there’s still fun to be had, with the ridiculous “let’s fight the Russian army” storyline, but this does end up being the weakest film in the series (I liked the 4th Rambo film more). I will say that I am looking forward to seeing th...
Tags: Travel, Movies, 1988, Stallone, Don, Debaser, Rambo III

Planning a trip to Europe? Avoid these 10 costly mistakes

Planning a trip to Europe this year and deep in the list-making process? Now’s a great time to quickly review your itinerary and “trip strategy” to make sure that you’re not about to make any common mistakes that will add unnecessarily to your travel costs. From hotels to flights, rental cars, and train tickets, there are several things to keep in mind before you hit “book”. Regular readers might recognize a few of these tips from posts in previous years (including “10 Ways to Save Before Leavin...
Tags: Travel, Verizon, Europe, London, France, Advice, Germany, Berlin, Atlanta, Barcelona, Rome, Munich, Paris, Italy, Amsterdam, Portugal

Think Outside the Box: The Top 10 Things to Do in Vegas (That Don’t Involve Gambling)

Are you planning a trip to Las Vegas? If so, gambling might be one of the things at the top of your to-do list. But you should know that there’s more to do in Las Vegas than sit at a slot machine or a blackjack table. Studies have shown that only about 12 percent of the people who travel to Las Vegas these days do so to gamble. The other 88 percent visit Las Vegas for everything else the city has to offer. Here are the top 10 things to do in Vegas that don’t involve gambling. 1. Walk Up and Do...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Vegas, Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas Strip, Bellagio, Don, Wayne Newton, Hoover Dam, Fabulous Las Vegas, LINQ Hotel Casino, Bellagio Show The Bellagio, Mr Las Vegas, Lady Gaga s Las Vegas

Thailand part III Temples en masse

Don't get templed out Pattaya is an awful place and we can not recommend anyone to go there The reason for this is the prostitution business. We were absolutely disgusted by what we saw and still we saw less than the proverbial tip of th
Tags: Travel, Thailand, Pattaya, Don

Got Jet-setting Jitters? Here Are 7 Ways to Reduce Travel Stress

If the pressures of work weren’t enough, you’re now suffering from travel stress about that precious vacation you need so badly. Sound familiar? You’re not alone. Almost three-quarters of people found the thought of an upcoming vacation made them feel anxious, according to a recent survey. All that anticipation can be exciting but can also spark worry. That’s where we step in. We’re here to give you some help and advice that’ll take the strain away and allow you to enjoy your well-deserved vacat...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Don, Ways to Reduce Travel Stress

CES Report 2019

The annual CES event was held in Las Vegas this week. Ever since 1967, the first week in January has seen the enormous Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.  This year was no exception, with over 180,000 attendees from over 150 countries and over 4,500 exhibiting companies meeting in an enormous 2.5 million square foot exhibition, sprawling over the Las Vegas Convention Center and spilling into other nearby hotels and locations too. We’ve been occasionally attending CES since the mid/late 198...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Google, Amazon, Science, Miscellaneous, Samsung, Tech, Current Affairs, Las Vegas, Costco, Vegas, Harley Davidson, Alexa, Consumer Electronics Show, Cellphones & Wireless

Local Lawyers Search: How to Set up Your Local SEO for Your Law Firm

by Robert Clough Local lawyers need local clients: it sounds obvious, but is your marketing strategy targeted for your practice region? Many law practices are guilty of using standard marketing techniques without focusing on local clients. Without a regional marketing strategy, your practice could miss out on business opportunities. While it might sound complicated to set up a specific local SEO strategy, in reality, it's easy to do. Keep reading to discover what you should - and s...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Seo, Tripadvisor, Lawyer, Apple Maps, Bing, Search Engine Optimization, Don, Niche Marketing, Robert Clough

Head South for the Winter: 5 Wonderful Southern U.S. Destinations You NEED to Visit

Brr… It’s cold outside! Do you want to escape the cold by vacationing somewhere a little warmer this winter? Some people even choose to spend the entire winter in a second home down south. Southern destinations offer sunshine and fun. Keep reading to learn where you might add a little sunshine to your life. 5 Wonderful Southern Destinations The snow won’t go away. But you can! Let’s look at some great winter escapes. 1. New Orleans, Louisiana For warmer temps and rich culture, visit New Orl...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Texas, United States, New Orleans, Miami, Houston, Cuba, Belize, Don, Miami Florida, Wynwood, Havana Cuba, Caribbean Sea, New Orleans Louisiana, Wonderful Southern U S Destinations

My Top 10 Hostels in Sydney in 2019

Updated: 1/9/2019 | January 9th, 2019 Hostels in Sydney are expensive. Since I started visiting the city, I’ve seen hostel prices skyrocket as just the cost of living in Australia has gone up. Even when you factor in the favorable exchange rate right now, it’s just expensive to get a bed here, especially at some of the larger, more upscale hostels. However, with a little planning, you can make sure you’re getting the most bang for your buck. The cheapest hostels in Sydney are found in the K...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Broadway, Chinatown, Kings Cross, Opera House, Bondi Beach, Don, Sasha, Effie, Central Station, Luna Park, Darling Harbour, Potts Point, NomadicMatt

My Top 11 Hostels in Budapest in 2019

Updated: 1/9/2019 | January 9th, 2019 Budapest has become one of the premier backpacker destinations in Europe. Over the last five years, Budapest has gone from popular to uber-popular spot with hundreds of accommodations popping up and ever increasing crowds. Over 3 million people visited the city last year! For backpackers, the combination of a party scene, ruin bars (which are awesome), lots of sights, and cheap prices makes it irresistible to visit. For a small city, all the crowds (don’t...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Netflix, Budapest, Hungary, Hostelworld, Peter, Don, St Stephen, Basilica, Cecilia, NomadicMatt, Forget Travel Insurance Travel, Vitae Hostel, Retox Party Hostel Retox, Retox Party Hostel


Hadestown is a folk musical now Broadwaybound after a long production history. Anais Mitchell daughter of Quaker sheep farmers Don and Cheryl Mitchell of Middlebury started with a concept album which then became an offBroadway show directed by
Tags: Travel, Don, Quaker, Middlebury, Anais Mitchell, Broadwaybound, Cheryl Mitchell

How to Add a Travel Career Break to Your Resume

The idea of taking a career gap to travel – especially mid-career rather than at the beginning – has conjured up negative assumptions among employers. Sometimes taking a career gap can create the illusion that the individual in question is trying to ‘escape’ or is ‘taking a step back’. While employers’ attitudes towards career break travel are changing, some of these misconceptions still linger. As career-break travelers, we need to be the ones to start showing how this unique personal developme...
Tags: Travel, UK, Featured, Graham, Kate, Job Hunt, Long-term Travel, Don, Work Abroad, Career Break, Green Chameleon, Christopher Burns, Andre Benz, Career Breaks, Kate Wicklow, Al Powell Representation Democracy

My Top 11 Hostels in Berlin in 2019

Posted: 1/9/2019 | January 9th, 2019 Berlin is a gigantic city. It stretches over 883 square kilometers and is home to over 3.6 million people. I hated the city when I first visited it. I just couldn’t vibe with the city. But the more I came back, the more I grew to love it. Berlin is cheap (always a plus for me), it’s home to some of the best art, culture, music, festivals, and tech companies on the continent. The food scene has also really blown up in recent years and you’ll find some of th...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Berlin, Hostelworld, Kreuzberg, Don, Brandenburg Gate, Tiergarten, Mitte, East Side Gallery, St Christopher, Sachsenhausen, Prenzlauer Berg, Alexanderplatz, Neukölln, Friedrichshain

10 Incredible Digital Marketing Strategies to Put Your Hotel on the Map

by Robert Clough 35% of American families will go on at least one vacation during any given year. Given that the total American population is over 300 million, that represents a ton of opportunities for your hotel to book guests. The bullish economy we've been enjoying as of late has created a lot of competition in the hotel niche though... Buildings are going up faster than during previous years. Deals are getting better. Guests have more choices. Amidst that increased clutter, how can y...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Instagram, Digital, Seo, Ppc, Digital Marketing, Don, Facebook Facebook, Try Facebook, Niche Marketing, Robert Clough, Incredible Digital Marketing Strategies, Get Social Savvy

UPDATES: New and EXPANDED Editions of Our Guidebooks!

Posted: 1/9/2019 | January 9th, 2019 Happy 2019, my fellow travelers! This is going to be a big year at Nomadic Matt HQ. I have some big personal news I’ll be sharing next week (no, I’m not getting married. Yet.) and big news about the direction of this website (I used the holidays to map out my vision for 2019) that I’ll also be sharing soon (hint: we’re going back to basics). But, right now, I want to talk about our books. As you all know, we offer detailed how-to guides to destinations arou...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, Travel Gear, Hostelworld, Don, Forget Travel Insurance Travel

How to Prepare for Trekking in Patagonia

This post is sponsored by Sporting Life but I hope you’ll keep reading as it’s packed with useful information. I’m heading to Patagonia this week to hike both the “O” Circuit in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park and to do a few day hikes in Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina. I have spent in excess of 30 hours researching, planning and preparing for this trek in Patagonia. Four of us are doing it on our own and good information seems to be really hard to come by. Some of the advice mi...
Tags: Travel, Energy, Preparation, US, Canada, Chile, Gear, Argentina, Patagonia, South America, Clothes, Alberta, Buenos Aires, Packing List, Grey, Trekking

My girlfriend has been cheating on me for months a...

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Tags: Travel, Don, Bradley Copper

What to Do in Seven of My Favorite Canada Cruise Ports

Don’t miss these seven Canada cruise ports Cruises to Canada rank really high on my list of favorite cruise itineraries.  Almost all cruise ships for… The post What to Do in Seven of My Favorite Canada Cruise Ports appeared first on Cruise Maven.
Tags: Travel, Canada, Nova Scotia, Travel Tips, Quebec, Don, Canada New England cruises, Canada Cruises, cruises to Halifax, My Favorite Canada Cruise Ports

Barcelona: Local tips for visiting La Boqueria market

For the first couple of years that I lived in Barcelona, La Boqueria (or “Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria”, as it’s formally known) was my main market. I went there two or three times a week for fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, meats, and cheeses, and then hauled everything back to my apartment in the Gothic Quarter. Although the products were first-rate, there were days when shopping at La Boqueria was a real challenge, because of the big crowds of tourists both in the market and on La Ram...
Tags: Travel, Spain, Barcelona, Dailycheapo, Don, Garrett, Santa Caterina, Boqueria, Alessandro, La Rambla, Rambla, La Boqueria, Public Markets, Barcelona Budget Tips, Sightseeing in Barcelona, Barcelona Shopping

Barcelona Itinerary: How to Spend Your Time in This Incredible City in 2019

Posted: 1/7/19 | January 7th, 2019 Barcelona is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. It’s a city that I’ve been to many times. Once a major city in the Roman Empire, the city still places an important role in the region and is home to millions of residents and visitors enjoying all the delicious sangria and gin, mouthwatering food, stunning beaches, warm weather, the rich history and culture, and unique architecture that Barcelona is famous for. Barcelona is one of the most vibrant...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Espanyol, Kabul, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Catholic, Neptune, Valencia, Gaudi, Antoni Gaudí, San Sebastian, Alexander Calder

We Live in an Age of Bullshit

A slightly shorter version of this was published as of The Rationalist, my column for the Times of India. Whenever the pressures of the world get too much for me, I lighten the burden by going over to Donald Trump’s Twitter feed. Trump, the only president who would fail the Turing Test, keeps lashing out at opponents and saying outrageous things, often in ALL-CAPS, the internet version of screaming. It’s wonderfully entertaining, and got even more so when he lashed out at Narendra Modi last w...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, India, Narendra Modi, US, America, Afghanistan, Frankfurt, Delhi, Donald Trump, Trump, Modi, Don, PMO, Harry Frankfurt, Afghanistan Modi

Reading in 2019

Great, a post about resolutions, just what everyone needs. Love ’em or hate ’em, the start of a new year is indeed the time to think about resolutions, things you’d like to try doing — or doing better — and for me it’s reading. Don’t get me wrong, I read constantly, but it’s usually limited to magazines, comics, bandes-dessinées, and tons of stuff on the web. I’ve been trying to get my book reading habit back up and running for years now, and it’s a constant struggle. I don’t know when it happe...
Tags: Travel, Books, Reading, Personal, Bond, Anthony Horowitz, New Year Resolutions, Don, Forever And A Day, Significant Zero, The Product Manager's Survival Guide

Oh, Shit. I’m 55.

Here are 55 things I believe to be true. 6:53 am, January 4th, 2019 When the dentist suggests you buy the expensive fluoride toothpaste, do it. 25 bucks for toothpaste is way cheaper than any other dental work you’ll have done, even a basic cleaning. If you can find boring work for nice people that pays your bills, take it. Glam work that makes you suffer — financially, ethically, some third way — is overrated compared to paying your bills and using non-work time to do things y...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Indiana, Jamie Oliver, HRC, Administrivia, Don, Al Gore, Ina Garten

The 10 Hiking Essentials Everyone Should Carry

Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. If you purchase an item through these links, I receive a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you. This helps me continue to write free content like the article you are reading. I only recommend products or experiences I personally use or see a use for. The Mountaineers, a Seattle based organization for climbers and outdoor adventures – and the people behind the bible of mountaineering – Mountaineering: The Freedom of the Hills, put...
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Camping, Hiking, Canada, Chile, Backpacking, Patagonia, Newfoundland, Seattle, Alberta, Hills, Saskatchewan, Atacama Desert, Amy, Don

How I Research My Solo Travel Destinations

Posted: 1/2/2019 | January 2nd, 2019 Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes our regular column on solo female travel. It’s an important topic I can’t adequately cover, so I brought in an expert to share her advice for other women travelers to help cover the topics important and specific to them! In this month’s article, she shows you how she researches and plans her trips! What’s the best way to go about researching your next trip when all of the decisions will fall to you as a solo travel...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Europe, Japan, Pinterest, Instagram, Bali, Indonesia, California, China, India, SIM, Thailand, South Africa, Antarctica

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