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How To Lose Weight While Working Online – Sri Lanka Travel Article

How To Lose Weight While Working Online We may earn money or products from the companies mentioned in this post. Working online means a lot of sitting down, and a lot of freedom on how you spend your own time. I would not say working from home caused my weight, that was me, but it did not help and I certainly got more lazy when I was working at home. I use a lot of my spare time focusing on…

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Barcelona tips and tricks for visitors 2019 – Spain Travel Article

Barcelona tips and tricks for visitors 2019 I’ve been a resident of Barcelona for over 10 years, and oftentimes, I feel like a tourist.  This happens usually when I’m wandering down the Gothic Quarter or Born, or walking through the raucous-y Plaça Catalunya. I still visit tourist sites like the Sagrada Familia and love to explore new spots. For that reason, I’ve come up with some Barcelona tips and tricks – find out what you need to do before you…

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Taxi from Malaga airport and more transport options – Spain Travel Article

Taxi from Malaga airport and more transport options Malaga airport is the busiest airport in southern Spain, accounting for around 85% of air traffic in Andalucia. In 2018, no fewer than 19 million passengers passed through its gates. It’s no surprise then, that there are plenty of options when it comes to transport to and from the city. You can take a taxi from Malaga airport straight into town, or hop on a bus to Marbella, Fuengirola, Nerja or Granada…

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Lavender Festival in Brihuega Spain | Sunshine and Siestas | An American Expat in Spain – Spain Travel Article

Lavender Festival in Brihuega Spain | Sunshine and Siestas | An American Expat in Spain You don’t need to travel from Madrid to Provence to see lavender fields in bloom this summer. Brihuega, a blip of a village in the Guadalajara province, has come to produce close to 10% of the world’s lavender. My parents had a few scattered plants in the backyard of my childhood home, and, along with lightening bugs and scrapes on my knees, the lavender bloom was…

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GiGi Von Tapas, Barcelona ~ Where Every Day Feels Like Sunday – Spain Travel Article

GiGi Von Tapas, Barcelona ~ Where Every Day Feels Like Sunday GiGi Von Tapas is the kind of place you go to meet a friend for brunch and end up staying at for after dark drinks.  Tucked away on the blossoming boulevard of Carrer de la Marina, overlooking the ornate Museo Taurino de la Monumental and within strolling distance from La Sagrada Familia, GiGi Von Tapas is another gift from the trailblazing team behind Marmalade, Milk and Firebug. Known for…

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Why I Love Traveling to Puglia, Italy – Spain Travel Article

Why I Love Traveling to Puglia, Italy One of my favorite places in Italy to travel is Puglia — the heel of the boot! I first visited Puglia in 2014 and I consider it one of the most unique and memorable regions in the country. This year, Puglia tourism launched an ad in New York City for the first time ever. I headed down to catch it in action — in the heart of Times Square! Times Square is home…

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The Best Places to Go Swimming Near Malaga • Toma & Coe – Spain Travel Article

The Best Places to Go Swimming Near Malaga • Toma & Coe They don’t call it the Costa del Sol for nothing – the province of Malaga enjoys around  320 days of sunlight a year. This wall-to-wall sunshine can make for some pretty hot summers, but visitors to the region will find themselves spoilt for choice when choosing a spot for a refreshing dip. Alongside its beautiful beaches, Malaga can also offer turquoise lagoons, crystal clear rivers and stunning natural…

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The Complete Guide to Summer Fun – Devour Madrid – Spain Travel Article

The Complete Guide to Summer Fun – Devour Madrid This blog post was originally posted on July 2, 2018 and was updated on July 1, 2019. The dog days of summer are in full swing, but Madrid still boasts plenty of fun in the sun throughout August. At first glance, it may seem that August may not be the most ideal time of year to visit Madrid. Take thousands of tourists pouring into the city, subtract the locals who flee…

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5 Reasons to Visit Alcala La Real in Summer – Spain Travel Article

5 Reasons to Visit Alcala La Real in Summer When most people head off to the beaches and the Costas around Andalusia. I like to explore lesser known towns and villages. So this month I am heading inland to the unspoilt Jaen town of Alcala la Real. Este post esta disponible en Español> Visitar Alcala La Real You may be wondering why I have such a keen interest in this sleepy town in the Andalusian countryside. Here are five attractions I…

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The Best Caldo Verde Recipe – Spain Travel Article

The Best Caldo Verde Recipe Today Melissa shares one of the most quintessential Portuguese recipes — and lets us in on the secrets behind a homemade caldo verde recipe! If you want a taste of traditional Portuguese cuisine, this caldo verde recipe is the perfect project. Simple and delicious, it’s a crowd-pleasing favorite that makes for an easy lunch, a festive first course, or even a late-night snack (more on that later). A bowl of homemade caldo verde topped with…

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Best Places To Stay In Seville – Spain Travel Article

Best Places To Stay In Seville Andalusia’s capital Seville invites you to a wonderful holiday in the sun all year round. Here, on the bank of the Guadalquivir river, modern-day buildings are met with historic monuments. Seville is divided into many neighbourhoods, each with a unique personality. This guide will take you through the best places to rent a holiday apartment in Seville depending on the type of city break you seek. Where to stay for culture in SevilleThe history and culture…

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International Hotel Chains in Sri Lanka – Trip to Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Article

International Hotel Chains in Sri Lanka – Trip to Sri Lanka Sri Lanka offers a wide range of international hotel chains, heritage bungalows, boutique hotels and villas, guest houses, home-stay units, jungle cabins, tree-houses, eco-lodges, camping huts and luxury apartments to suit your tastes. Hotel chains such as ITC, NEXT, Park Inn by Radisson, Ritz Carlton, Sheraton, Hyatt, Marino Sands and Four Seasons Hotel will commence their operations soon. The new rooms being added are by Cinnamon Life (800), Hyatt…

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Sri Lanka Tour Packages from Madurai – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Sri Lanka Tour Packages from Madurai Are you planning to visit the beautiful island of Sri Lanka and are looking for the perfect Sri Lanka tour packages from Madurai? Affectionately dubbed as the Paradise Isle, Sri Lanka is steeped in history, culture, religion and stunning landscapes. There’s always something for everyone, no matter what the preference or their age is; which makes it the best destination for a holiday. Escape the stress of your everyday life and journey to this…

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Why Nuwara Eliya is different from the rest of Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Why Nuwara Eliya is different from the rest of Sri Lanka Post navigation Previous Post    | Next Post Why Nuwara Eliya is different from the rest of Sri Lanka – A piece of paradise! Immaculate natural vistas, lush greenery and the freshest air you can breathe, this is all you get when you visit Nuwara Eliya. Read on to know why this amazing city is very much different from the rest of Sri Lanka. The Climes The first thing a person…

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best beaches in sri lanka – Top Attractions Places Destinations Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Article

best beaches in sri lanka – Top Attractions Places Destinations Sri Lanka Hikkaduwa Hikkaduwa is a very famous beach and is located 100km south of Colombo. Especially during the high season this is the place to go for party lovers as there are many bars and clubs nearby. October to mid of April is the best time to visit Hikkaduwa. The nearby reef is a great spot for snorkeling.The Chaaya Tranz is one of the best picks in Hikkaduwa. Hikkaduwa Beach…

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Broads horizons | Travel @VisitSriLanka.com – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Broads horizons | Travel @VisitSriLanka.com The first, and last, time I went on a boating holiday it ended in ignominy, my friends and I having managed to wedge our 60ft narrowboat sideways across the Kennet and Avon canal while attempting an ill-advised three-point-turn. The shame of having to hide “below decks” while a crowd of onlookers gathered on the towpath pointing and laughing still makes my cheeks burn 10 years later.I made a vow that day that all future holidays…

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Open for business: the Sri Lankan Revival event – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Open for business: the Sri Lankan Revival event In a thought-provoking panel discussion, HE Manisha Gunasekera, Sri Lanka High Commissioner to the UK, Hiran Cooray of Jetwing Group, Malik Fernando of Resplendent Ceylon and our Managing Director, Sam Clark discussed how the country has stabilised since the events of Easter Sunday, the immediate outlook for Sri Lanka tourism and the steps that the UK industry is taking to help re-start business there. Speaking about the motivation behind organising the event,…

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Travel Essentials to add to your travel checklist for Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Agency – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Travel Essentials to add to your travel checklist for Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Agency Having the right items at the right time is essential to make your vacation in Sri Lanka smooth and fun, whether you are visiting Sri Lanka for a weekend or for a few weeks. Tick off this easy travel checklist for Sri Lanka to make sure you have everything you need in your suitcase for your Sri Lanka holiday. 1.An outfit in White This…

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Chaarya Resort & Spa | Blue Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Chaarya Resort & Spa | Blue Lanka Chaarya Resort & Spa is mid-range hotel that offers clean and comfortable rooms in Tissamaharama in the deep south. It has a large restaurant that serves Sri Lankan, Indian and western cuisine. The a/c bedrooms are located over two floors in a horseshoe shape, overlooking beautifully landscaped gardens and the central swimming pool. There is also a wellness centre that offers relaxing Ayurvedic massages.AccommodationThere 40 rooms in total, 20 Deluxe Rooms and 20…

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SLTPB doubles tour operator incentive to boost tourist arrivals – Sri Lanka Travel News – Sri Lanka Travel Article

SLTPB doubles tour operator incentive to boost tourist arrivals – Sri Lanka Travel News A local vendor tries to sell handmade items to tourists at Dutch Fort in Galle – Reuters By Charumini de Silva The Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau (SLTPB) is rolling out an initiative to double the incentive provided for inbound tour operators to $ 10 per traveller, in a bid to encourage them to increase tourist traffic and promote the destination following the Easter Sunday setback.…

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Dog Friends, New Recipes & Celebrations – J Bird Runs – Budapest Travel Article

Dog Friends, New Recipes & Celebrations – J Bird Runs Bennie The Dog and I made some friends in our neighborhood. There is a great enclosed area behind a couple of the condos in our subdivision where they can all run around together. It’s pretty cute to watch them go for it. On Saturday, John & I went to a local event where you walked through a bunch of different stores down town & tried wine and beer. It was…

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Top Things to Do in Városliget – Budapest Travel Article

Top Things to Do in Városliget Vajdahunyadvár Summer Festival Visitors who come to Budapest for the first time are often amazed by the lush city park known as Városliget at the city’s vibrant centre. The green space that was once known as Ökör-dűlő, which means “Oxmeadow,” was one of the world’s first public parks. Since its coming into being back in the mid-1200s, the park has been referred to as Budapest’s green lungs. This amazing green space is…

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Tasting the bites and seeing the sights in Budapest – Budapest Travel Article

Tasting the bites and seeing the sights in Budapest It’s a blazing hot day in the middle of summer in Budapest, and a group of 11 travellers from various parts of the world are gathered outside the city’s iconic Central Market Hall. We’re hungry to explore one of Europe’s great destinations, and Gergo Csada, our guide, has just the plan to weave the varied flavours of Hungary’s cuisine into our day alongside the fascinating and sometimes troubled history of his hometown…

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All of the animals I spotted in Canada – Budapest Travel Article

All of the animals I spotted in Canada The life trip from North to the South America has been eye-opening in many ways. One of them was the mere realization that we inhibit this planet with animals. No, don’t call me stupid. Of course, I knew there are animals living on Earth with us. But, if you live in a metropolis, and make it occasionally to the nature, then meeting animals in their national habitat gets rare. You have a…

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Formula 1 at Hungaroring on August 4th in 2019 – Budapest Travel Article

Formula 1 at Hungaroring on August 4th in 2019 This year’s Formula 1 race at Hungaroring outside Budapest is getting closer. Are you coming to Budapest to see the race? Do you think Hamilton will win yet another race? It has almost been all about Mercedes so far in the Formula 1 season so far. Lewis Hamilton and his mate Bottas have won most races so far, but before they all get to Budapest, they will race at Silverstone in…

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Travel Back in Time in the Charming Village of Hollókő! – Budapest Travel Article

Travel Back in Time in the Charming Village of Hollókő! Hollókő is one of the most beautiful day trip destinations in Hungary. From picturesque mountains and over a century-old charming buildings to castle ruins and unique gastronomy, this tiny village has a lot to offer to curious travelers. About Hollókő Hollókő is located in the northeast part of Hungary, about a 90-minute drive from Budapest. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, the village and its surroundings offer a unique…

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Snorkeling in Cuba – Cuba Travel Article

Snorkeling in Cuba Written by Sophia Bass  Divers, scientists, marine-biologists and snorkelers like myself travel to Cuba to explore it’s vast marine ecosystem, home to magnificent coral reefs. Many snorkeling spots are accessible from the shore and contain a diverse array of marine life. Jardines de la Reina, about fifty miles south from the main island, was declared a Marine Natural Park in 1996. It is often known as the “Galapagos of the Caribbean.” Atlantic Blue Tang, Rock Beauty, French…

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Faculty Led programs to Cuba | Trump Announcement – Cuba Travel Article

Faculty Led programs to Cuba | Trump Announcement Faculty Led programs to Cuba : President Trump has made two announcements regarding the change in U.S. policy toward Cuba. The second one dated July 25, 2017. Is below. Trump’s major change was halting individual people to people travel to Cuba. The date that this is to be enacted  has still not been announced nor specific details of how to do so. Below find the vague rule changes.Trump also describes that this type…

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Irish Concert in Havana July 2019 – Cuba Travel Article

Irish Concert in Havana July 2019 Thursday, July 11, 2019 Irish Concert in Havana July 2019 Posted by John McAuliff at 10:53 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest No comments: Post a Comment Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Followers Blog Archive ▼  2019 (30) ▼  July (2) Irish Concert in Havana July 2019 Venezuela Update #11 ►  June (5) ►  May (5) ►  April (3) ►  March (3) ►  February (6) ►  January (6)…

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Travelling Around Cuba on a Shoestring Budget – Cuba Travel Article

Travelling Around Cuba on a Shoestring Budget Now, when I say shoestring budget I don’t mean going there completely broke – even though Cuba has two national currencies, magic beans are definitely not one of them. What I mean is that, while every vacation costs money, Cuba gives you an opportunity to really squeeze that nickel until the buffalo poops, so to speak. For all you non-Americans, this means that your money can go a really long way in Cuba…

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