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How to find a job in Dubai

The job market in Dubai is competitive due to the number of foreigners attracted to living and working there. Dubai is expecting an economic growth of at least 5% this year. The economy is booming comparatively to recession infested economies of UK, Europe and America. If you are eager to find a job in Dubai, […] The post How to find a job in Dubai appeared first on Dubai Expat Blog.
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Twitter, Jobs, Media, Employment, Sales, America, Linkedin, Banking, Dubai, Retail, Recruitment, UK Europe, Food Industry, Living in Dubai

U.S. Passports: Applications and Renewals

U.S. Passports: Applications and Renewals U.S. Passport Applications and Renewals are taking longer than normal. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of State, normal processing times have crept up to 10-12 weeks.  And even expedited processing times have grown to 4-6 weeks. Please, if you have an upcoming international trip, pull out your passport and check: The expiration date on your passport The number of blank pages you have in your passport. We have received several panicked phone ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Europe, UK, Featured, Canada, Medicare, Europe Travel, Travel News, Travelers, U S Department of State, U S State Department, U S Centers for Disease Control CDC, United States Check, Roaming Boomers Travel Services, World Health Organization WHO Money Matters

Travel Reopening Update: June 2021

Travel Reopening Update: June 2021 Here is your travel reopening update for June 2021. Travel’s Back Baby! European countries are reopening at a rapid pace. And while there are parts of the world still shut off to U.S. travelers (Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, for example), Mexico, Italy, France, Croatia, Greece, Iceland, Spain, Portugal, and quite a number of other countries have rolled out the welcome mat. And according to this from Wednesday, President Biden and British Prime Minist...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Featured, New Zealand, Johnson, Biden, Travel News, Canada Australia, Caribbean Island, Roaming Boomers Travel Services

Return to Etretat 2021

 I want to thank everyone for watching my live Lupin 2 tour yesterday and also for your generous tips to my PayPal account. I'm sorry I couldn't thank all of you individually, but know I really appreciate it. CLICK HERE to watch the video and CLICK HERE if you would like to leave a tip in my PayPal account (you don’t have to have a PayPal account), which I would greatly appreciate, as I do these tours free of charge for  Enjoy! I arrived in Etertat on Tuesday morning, a day ear...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, France, Paypal, Monet, Lupin, Richard Nahem, Etertat

Sci-Fi “Portal” Connects Citizens of Lublin & Vilnius, Allowing Passersby Separated by 376 Miles to Interact in Real Time

Can we ever transcend our tendency to divide up the world into us and them? The history of Europe, which political theorist Kenneth Minogue once called “plausibly summed up as preparing for war, waging war, or recovering from war,” offers few consoling answers. But perhaps it isn’t for history, much less for theory or politics, to dictate the future prospects for the unity of mankind. Art and technology offer another set of views on the matter, and it’s art and technology that come together in ...
Tags: Travel, Art, Facebook, Europe, Technology, College, Haruki Murakami, Seoul, Florence, Vilnius, Barnes, London England, Reykjavik Iceland, Vilnius Lithuania, Lublin, Lublin Poland

Getting Married and Having a Child Should Not Be so Hard

Life is grand. I am the luckiest man to live. Due to changes in the law, I have been allowed to marry- and to have a child with the person I love. While getting married and having a child seem self-evident truths, for LGBTIQ+ couples the law (and until 40 years ago, for reproduction, biology) prevented these couples from fulfilling these dreams. I have been practising family law in Australia since 1987. For two years before that, I was a graduate working full time in the law. By happenstance, my...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Australia, US, Tony Abbott, Queensland, Brisbane, Parliament, Elvis, Stephen, Vegas, Mitchell, Phnom Penh, Elizabeth, State, University of New South Wales

Discover the Ghost Towns of Japan–Where Scarecrows Replace People, and a Man Lives in an Abandoned Elementary School Gym

In recent years, the major cities of Japan have felt as big and bustling as ever. But more than a little of that urban energy has come at a cost to the countryside, whose ongoing depopulation since the Second World War has become the stuff of countless mournful photo essays. Japan is, of course, well-known as the kind of society that keeps a rural train station in service just to take a single pupil to school. But in many of these areas, the day eventually comes when there’s no one left ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Japan, College, Tokyo, Seoul, Osaka, Shikoku, Seto Inland Sea, Nakamura, Aoki, Ehime, Tsukimi Ayano, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Nagoro

The Airline Toilets Theatre Company: Watch One Man Stage Comical Shows in Airplane Bathrooms

When COVID 19 struck, theater lovers were faced with a choice. Let go entirely, or expand our definitions of what constitutes “theater.” We’ve had 14 months to get used to the idea of performances staged in closets, in podcast form, or as phone calls hinging on audience participation. We’re sick of Zoom, but we no longer consider it mandatory for the players to inhabit the same space as each other or the audience. This is all old news to Peter Brooke Turner, a member of the Ukulele O...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Comedy, London, College, Singapore, Theatre, US, Jimi Hendrix, Creativity, Bob Dylan, Daniel Craig, Auckland, Turner, Brian May, Abraham Lincoln

Spiced Grilled Corn – Indian-style (Bhutta)

It’s been a hot minute since I popped in here and shared. And boy, do I have news to share! If you follow me on my social media like Instagram and Facebook, then you probably already know what I’m about to say. If not, then why? Jokes apart, let me start off by offering you... The post Spiced Grilled Corn – Indian-style (Bhutta) appeared first on Hooked on Heat.
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Instagram, Popular Recipes, RECIPES: VEGAN, RECIPES: VEGETARIAN, Bhutta, 30-Minutes or Less

A Question

After all these years of blogging, and with social media reaching new heights I would like to know how do you follow me? Do you follow me solely on my blog? Or do you follow me as well on Instagram and Facebook?    Over a year ago I decided to post flowers just flowers on Facebook because there was so much heaviness and negativity with the upcoming election and covid-19th. After a year I have kept posting flowers and rarely do I post anything else on Facebook. On Instagram, I must admit it is...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Facebook on Instagram, French la Vie

16 Tips to Become an Influencer

Social media influencers are all the rage right now. Brands want to collaborate with them in order to expand their reach and drive conversions. The followers of influencers, on the other hand, look forward to expert advice and recommendation from them. Are you wondering how to become one yourself? With the popularity of influencer marketing, it is only natural that people are becoming increasingly curious about how to become an influencer. Here are 16 tips to be followed in order to mak...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Social Media Marketing, Google Analytics, Dubai, Brazil, Lebanon, Don, Facebook Instagram, Google Facebook, Neil Patel, Friendster, Dubai UAE

The Largest Free Kitchen in the World: Discover India’s Golden Temple Which Serves 100,000 Free Meals Per Day

If you find yourself hungry in Amritsar, a major city in the Indian state of Punjab, you could do worse than stopping into the Golden Temple, the largest Sikh house of worship in the world. It thus also operates the largest community kitchen, or langar, in the world, which serves more than 100,000 free meals a day, 24 hours a day. Anyone familiar with Sikhism knows that, for its believers, serving food to the hungry constitutes an essential duty: not just to the poor, and certainly not j...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, College, India, Religion, Food & Drink, Seoul, James, Sikhism, Punjab, Amritsar, Al Capone, Golden Temple, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Youtuber Trevor James

Ige maintains mask mandate despite CDC guidance, Musk plans rocket reentry off Kauai, workers hard to find despite high unemployment, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Gov. David Ige Gov. David Ige keeps Hawaii mask rules unchanged despite change by CDC. As President Joe Biden and federal health officials gave the OK for Americans who have been vaccinated to go maskless in most situations and discard social distancing, Gov. David Ige signaled that the time to loosen such restrictions wasn’t right for Hawaii. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii Public Radio. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Now. Garden Island. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. Lt. Governor Wa...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Cdc, US, Joe Biden, Hawaii, Pfizer, Priscilla Chan, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Health, Josh Green, State, Honolulu

Rick Steves Tells the Story of Fascism’s Rise & Fall in Germany

“Healthy, vigorous, respectable: everyone’s favorite uncle.” How many of us hear these words and think of that most beloved of all American travel-television personalities, Rick Steves? Indeed, in the video above they’re spoken by Steves, though to describe a figure very different from himself: Adolf Hitler, who convinced his people not to tour Europe but to invade it, sparking the deadliest conflict of all time. How and why this happened has been a historical question written about perh...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Europe, Politics, Television, College, Germany, Berlin, America, History, Poland, Nuremberg, Hitler, Seoul, Adolf Hitler, Rick Steves

A 5-Hour Walking Tour of Paris and Its Famous Streets, Monuments & Parks

&start=20 “We’ll always have Paris,” Bogart tells Bergman in the final scene of Casablanca, a line and film inseparable from the grand mythology of Paris. The city still inspires non-Parisians to purchase Belle Epoque poster art by the shipload and binge Netflix series in which Paris looks like a “city where the clouds part, your brain clears, and your soul finds meaning,” Alex Abad-Santos writes at Vox. It’s also a place in such media where one can seem to find “success without much sacr...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, College, France, Netflix, Paris, Eiffel Tower, Vox, Casablanca, Parks, Gertrude Stein, Montmartre, Belle Epoque, Hemingway, Les Halles, James Baldwin

Marcella the Cheesemonger

SAVE THE DATE! Please join me for my live, Facebook Fabulous Food Tour on the Rue des Martyrs on Wednesday, May 19 10am EST (east coast time), 9am Midwest time, 7am, West coast time, and 4pm Paris time. CLICK HERE to reserve your spot.  Despite a few misgivings about Facebook in regard to some of their practices and policies, I still think their initial idea of connecting people is a fantastic idea. While I have connected with many long-lost friends and high school classmates, I have ma...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Interviews, France, US, Georgia, Jura, Atlantic, Paris, Rob, Michigan, Fda, Mcdonalds, Louvre

Hawaii vacation news: Pearl Harbor ticketing changes, Maui begins 2nd test for arrivals, car rentals still scarce and expensive

– Starting today, May 3rd, at 3pm HST, the primary reservation booking window for USS Arizona Memorial tickets will expand from one week to eight weeks in advance. The secondary reservation booking window, which is one day in advance, will remain the same. Reservations can be booked at this link. For more information about these changes, see this link to the park’s Facebook announcement. Additionally, check out our updated tips for visiting the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbo...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Hawaii, Cbs, Pacific, Pearl Harbor, Arizona Memorial, Waikiki, Maui, Travelers, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Maui County, USS Arizona Memorial, General Hawaii, Kahala Resort, Coronavirus COVID 19

Coquette, The Miniature Portrait I call Piglet

  This is Piglet.     With her grey curls, which was a thing back then, because she is not that old. Her eyebrows are so hip now. How did she know? A seductive echelle, blue-ribbon untied, what was she thinking I doubt it was about chocolate. And one gold loop, not two, trying to be a modern girl without a pearl earring. I tell you this portrait has a story. Coquette! ------------------             Here is Barbara (Frank is her husband and they love France. I have had the pleasure of mee...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, France, China, America, Wes, Hawaii, Arizona, Venice, Detroit, Jackie, Chris, Judy, Frank, Luke, Heather

140+ Free Digital Marketing Courses and Certifications 2021

Digital Marketing Courses and Certifications Here’s an extensive list of digital marketing courses and certifications. Most of them are available for free – however, few of them have some paid content. They can be very helpful ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Seo, Content Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Google Analytics, Bing, HubSpot, Digital Marketing, Google Adwords, Guy Kawasaki, Mayo, University of California Davis, Neil Patel

Further ban by Facebook, and its “reasons”

First banned for 24 hours then for 7 days. For what? For posting this. FB has gone stark mad. But so have all others. That’s why the ban by Twitter and Linkedin – for posting FACTS. I’ve tried to appeal but these GOONS never ever change their criminal “decisions”. द्स्फ्
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Linkedin, Bad Ideas

A Relaxing 3-Hour Tour of Venice’s Canals

Experience Venice in this boat tour through 17 miles (27 km) of canals. “You will see the full Grand Canal going in both directions, navigate through the small canals and under bridges and see sites that you cannot see by walking.” It’s quiet, meditative, a mental escape from the tedium of quarantine life. Right below, you can find a list of the stops along the way… 1:32 ? Constitution Bridge 2:02 ? The Grand Canal (Full Tour) 3:23 ? Santa Lucia Train Station 13:33 ? Rialto Br...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, College, Venice, Grand Canal, Peter, Rialto Bridge, Piazza San Marco, Santa Lucia, Paolo, Forces the Mayor City Council, Libreria Acqua Alta, Venice Time Machine, Big Data Pink Floyd Plays, San Trovaso, Ponte delle Guglie

24 of the best virtual wine tastings hosted by vineyards and wine connoisseurs around the world

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Getty Images While most US tasting rooms have reopened, virtual experiences are still popular for socializing. Virtual wine tastings from wineries and wine connoisseurs bring the vineyards straight to your home. Many of the virtual tastings are free, and some ship wine right to you as part of the package. Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals. The CDC ...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Kitchen, Home, Facebook, Instagram, California, Cdc, France, Oregon, Alcohol, US, Trends, Catalonia, Features, New Zealand

the concept of intersectionality: what it is, what it's not, why we need it

Women Friendly Cities Challenge After the recent, horrific murders in Atlanta of eight people, six of whom were Asian or Asian-American spa workers, there was a lot of discussion online about the nature of these killings. Were they acts of anti-Asian hatred? Were they acts of misogyny? Were they motivated by the hatred of sex workers, as evidenced from the shooter's statements?  Is there another choice, all of the above?  This is where the concept of intersectionality comes in. This w...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Atlanta, Feminism, Black, CRENSHAW, Kimberle Crenshaw, Maxfield, Bigotry, Laura K, Combahee River Collective, Mary Maxfield Maxfield

Facebook allows the spreading of false information on Covid-19 Vaccines...

Anyone with two brain cells to rub together knows that social media is an ocean of ignorance, almost any theory or belief, you can find people claiming to have definitive proof.  Dr. Tam and Michelle Obama are men, Joe Biden is an alien, John F. Kennedy didn't die and is living somewhere in Antarctica....whatever.In point of fact I don't care most of the time. Whether the earth is round or a dome covered disc, (or a flat rectangle) has zero impact on my life.  Same with the moon landing, whether...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Israel, Joe Biden, Earth, Antarctica, Michelle Obama, Astrazeneca, John F Kennedy, Vaccines, Tam, Moderna, Facebook Jail, Gordie Canuk, COVID, Spike Protein Informed

How To Load A Job On Facebook | By Stephanie Smith

As the economy gains traction, especially for hotel and restaurants, many areas are already seeing a staffing crunch.
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Stephanie Smith

UNWTO And Facebook Partner To Support Members States To Leverage Digital Marketing To Restart Tourism

Over the past year, the United Nations specialized agency for tourism has been supporting its Member States on a series of initiatives relating to market intelligence and marketing. Now, as tourism begins to restart in some parts of the world, a series of special sessions were held jointly with Facebook to deliver a range of key insights into how the effective use of digital marketing can help destinations gain a competitive advantage in the challenging months ahead.
Tags: Travel, Facebook, United Nations, UNWTO

Interview With Janet Skeslien Charles, Author of The Paris Library

I  am happy to publish my interview with Janet Skeslien Charles, author of the bestselling book, The Paris Library, which was the selection for my Eye Prefer Paris Book of the Month for February 2021. If you haven’t read the book yet, I highly recommend it, it’s an inspiring story that will  rewake  you to the importance of books.  CLICK HERE to order your copy of The Paris Library. How did you come up with the idea to write The Paris Library?   I’m interested in journeys. Gro...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Books, Florida, Interviews, Montana, France, Nazis, Ukraine, Library, Paris, Red Cross, Odessa, Lily, Bogota Colombia, Reeder

April in Paris-Early Spring in Le Marais

I was walking through the haute-Marais last week on the way to discover a home design shop (more about that next week) and noticed the flowers and trees were beginning to burst their buds. The cherry blossoms were already in full bloom, the wisteria were beginning to show their delicate, dropping flowers,   the Linden trees in the Place des Vosges were starting to sprout their green leaves, and the parks and squares had flowers beds planted with vivacious flowers.   I’m looking forward t...
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Facebook, Architecture, Paris, Gardens, Parks, Marais, Place des Vosges, Linden, Richard Nahem, le Marais, California West Coast

April in Paris-Early Spring in Le Marais

I was walking through the haute-Marais last week on the way to discover a home design shop (more about that next week) and noticed the flowers and trees were beginning to burst their buds. The cherry blossoms were already in full bloom, the wisteria were beginning to show their delicate, dropping flowers,   the Linden trees in the Place des Vosges were starting to sprout their green leaves, and the parks and squares had flowers beds planted with vivacious flowers.   I’m looking forward t...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Architecture, Paris, Marais, Place des Vosges, Linden, Richard Nahem, le Marais, California West Coast

Save The Date: April 7- Marvelous Marais Facebook Live Tour

I am excited to announce I will be leading my famous Marais tour on Facebook on April 7 with . Many of you have done the tour with me live, so we will revisit some of the places you saw experienced before, and for those of you who haven’t done the live tour with me, this is a fun opportunity to get a preview of what it’s like.   Here’s the tour description:   Come and discover the treasures of the Marais neighborhood of Paris, with Marais expert Richard Nahem, who has le...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Events, Architecture, Paris, Richard, Marais, Richard Nahem, California West Coast

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