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Design Conversations at Pendi, Colombo – Travel Tales from India and Abroad – Travel Article

If someone would have said to me in January that Colombo would be my last international trip for a long time, I would have laughed! But here we all are, sitting at home more or less across the globe! Because Colombo is my last trip before the pandemic I hold it all the more close to my heart! I tried hard to write a normal post without all this; I just kept staring at a blank screen! Though let’s get…

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Coronavirus: Denmark and Norway Reluctant to include Sweden in Tourism – Scandinavian Travel Article

Coronavirus: Denmark and Norway Reluctant to include Sweden in Tourism Norway and Denmark will reopen the borders between the two countries from 15 June. Restrictions for Swedes will however be maintained. Several opposition parties in Denmark have also called for the border to be reopened to Germany. Due to the coronavirus situation in Scandinavia, Denmark and Norway are reluctant to include Sweden in tourism. Unlike its Scandinavian neighbors, Sweden did not impose a lockdown and the country’s…

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Ten ways to get back to nature in Stockholm – Scandinavian Travel Article

Ten ways to get back to nature in Stockholm When you’re in Stockholm, nature is never far away. From the blue waters of the archipelago stretching across 30,000 islands, to the deep woods and forests just a short drive from the city centre, there are plenty of ways to enjoy one of the best things Sweden has to offer – its natural surroundings. Pic: Michelle Maria (CC)So here’s our guide to 10 great ways to experience nature in Stockholm –…

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White House claims violence incited at Floyd protests linked to Venezuela’s Maduro | – Cuba Travel Article

White House claims violence incited at Floyd protests linked to Venezuela’s Maduro | The White House said Friday it has information that individuals linked to Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro have incited violence at protests in the United States spurred by George Floyd’s death.U.S. Sen Rick Scott also highlighted a similar report earlier in the week, promising Wednesday on Twitter that the U.S. government would crack down on any operatives tied to Latin American dictators who instigate conflict in Miami as…

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Ex-Congressman Rivera (R) paid millions to Venezuelan businessman close to Maduro regime | – Cuba Travel Article

Ex-Congressman Rivera (R) paid millions to Venezuelan businessman close to Maduro regime | Criticized as a hypocrite, former Miami Congressman David Rivera claims his $50 million consulting contract with an oil company owned by Venezuela’s government wasn’t meant to defend embattled President Nicolás Maduro but rather to remove him from power. However, the Miami Herald has learned that Rivera used some of his income from that contract to pay millions of dollars to a wealthy Venezuelan businessman closely connected to…

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Let’s Lunch – July 20-30 – Mooching around Spain – Spain Travel Article

Let’s Lunch – July 20-30 – Mooching around Spain Restaurants everywhere are trying to find ways to get going again as we slowly emerge from the Coronavirus pandemic. Let’s Lunch is a great community initiative from the new non-profit organisation Amigo del Día. It involves restaurants creating a set menu for people to enjoy with family and friends, available for 11 days as a takeaway that they can pick up or have delivered – or have on the premises –…

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