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Delayed Damaged Or Lost Baggage – Retirement Travel Article

Delayed Damaged Or Lost Baggage Reasons Why Your Baggage Is Delayed Damaged Or Lost I was watching our National News the other day and there was a very interesting segment specifically dealing with Delayed Damaged Or Lost Baggage. The short broadcast dealt with the who, what, where, why, when and how your luggage ended up this way before and after your long haul flight. The feature was so interesting, I thought I would pass their message on to you! Statistics…

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Hiking the Juan de Fuca Trail, Vancouver Island, Canada – Travel Article

The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is a remarkable multi-day hike along the coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, progressing over beautiful beaches and through spectacular indigenous forest.In this article you will find all information needed to plan a hike on the Juan de Fuca trail, all about our hike; detailed itinerary and packing list.This is a moderate to strenuous 47 km hike in the Juan de Fuca Provincial Park along the west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.…

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The Swedish Institute diploma ceremony – Sweden Travel Article

The Swedish Institute diploma ceremony Indeed time flies. It feels like yesterday when I joined Lund university. Before our official graduation, the Swedish Institute invited us (the scholars) to Stockholm for the Swedish Institute diploma ceremony. Stockholm is always exciting and the ceremony made it even more exciting. This was a time to meet all our fellow scholars one last time to celebrate our achievements before graduating. From my previous post, you will agree that during graduation, there are indeed…

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Silent People – speechless yet not voiceless – Scandinavian Travel Article

Silent People – speechless yet not voiceless Almost one thousand peat headed figures stand in complete silence at the edge of the forest. Stormy wind is blowing far from the Arctic Ocean, fluttering the golden hay hair of these soulless characters. The wooden bodies are covered with different kinds of winter gear, and the arms of the coats are wobbling rhythmically with the gust. When the summer comes, this mute crowd will transform their…

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Coffee Guide Barcelona: Specialty Coffee – Spain Travel Article

Coffee Guide Barcelona: Specialty Coffee Coffee Guide Barcelona: Specialty Coffee Coffee is everywhere in Barcelona. It’s not limited to cafes either. Every bar and restaurant serves it. Good coffee? Great coffee? That took a while to catch on but I can say with confidence that it has. Craft, artisanal, third wave, single-origin, locally roasted coffee to rival any metropolis.To order as the locals do, familiarize yourself with the four coffee formats. A solo is a single espresso shot in a…

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Family Travel Blog – Tokyo Travel Article

Family Travel Blog Follow my blog with Bloglovin Treasure Trove of Exciting Past Times Tokyo is a treasure trove of activities and fun things to do with kids of all ages. Discover what we have enjoyed on our past trips to Tokyo, including some unusual past times in our favourite city of all. Child Friendly Museums: Ghibli Museum in Mitaka Ghibli museum should be on your list of destinations even if if you have not watched any of their incredible…

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Electro-Dance Clubs in Oslo – Oslo Blog – Norway Travel Article

Electro-Dance Clubs in Oslo – Oslo Blog Credit: ViatorThe party never stops at Oslo’s clubs, where you can dance into the wee hours of the morning. Oslo’s locals come out to play at some great joints to hang out and with drinks to keep you warm even in freezing Oslo weather; the midnight oil burns bright here and we’re loving every minute of it. If you still can’t get enough of the Oslo nightlife, try heading out for a beer…

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Best Activities to Explore in the Philippines for Travel Lovers – Travel Article

August 9, 2019 by Anupam Pandey There is an unimaginable range of activities and travel-related things for a travel lover to explore in the Philippines. So much so that more you will read about the places and its attractions, the more confused your mind will become about the sorting out a travel itinerary of choice. When one gets too many good things to digest at once, this is always insisted to be selective and thorough rather than getting a piece…

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Best Productivity Tools for Business (and Life) || The Travel Tester – Couples Travel Article

Best Productivity Tools for Business (and Life) || The Travel Tester Looking for the best productivity and time-management tools that can help you streamline your (blogging) business? Here are our favourites, tried and tested by The Travel Tester! Nederlands (Dutch)There is a reason people call me super-organised and it’s not just because I was born with Dutch efficiency. In fact, I am actually really quite chaotic and all over the place! In order to create a bit of peace in…

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Travel Photography – 3X3 Rule, Read This To Make Your Photos Stand Out (ver 1.0) – Finland Travel Blog – Best Places to Visit in Europe – Finland Travel Article

Travel Photography – 3X3 Rule, Read This To Make Your Photos Stand Out (ver 1.0) – Finland Travel Blog – Best Places to Visit in Europe You only need to understand 3 things to make your travel photography stand out! This post if for you, if you are tired of continually repeated tips like “use the rule of thirds” or “use leading lines”. Yes, they work, but in my opinion, they are out of context and therefore misleading. I recommend…

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Traditions are important in the Finnish Christmas table – Finland Travel Article

Traditions are important in the Finnish Christmas table Families and friends gather together to share the warm, festive atmosphere of the evening and enjoy the various traditional Christmas dishes. The main Christmas meal is eaten in the early evening. Christmas table The Christmas table in Finland features a wide variety of traditional delicacies. It’s traditional to eat rice porridge and drink plum fruit juice for breakfast. One almond is hidden in the porridge and whoever finds that almond will be…

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First footsteps in Canada – Toronto and the Niagara Falls – Budapest Travel Article

First footsteps in Canada – Toronto and the Niagara Falls Life trip – stage 1 – Canada: Toronto, Ontario The long awaited road trip from the North to the South of the American continent started. The first country to explore is Canada. My fans know that I have already visited the Maple Leaf country back in July 2014. It was for business, and I managed to see Toronto and Niagara Falls in Ontario. I also spent a week in Moncton,…

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Anuradhapura Heritage site in Sri Lanka and Holy Land – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Anuradhapura Heritage site in Sri Lanka and Holy Land Anuradhapura is one of the Ancient Sri Lankan capital cities which is situated in Northern Province 200Km away from Colombo in Sri Lanka. The City Anuradhapura has played a very major role in the journey of Sri Lankan Kingdoms, and it was the third capital city of Kingdom Rajarata. The temples, Stupas, forts, palaces, ponds, pools, canals which were built in the times of the Rajarata Kings still remain alive here.…

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Beaches of Esperance – 50 Shades of Age – Retirement Travel Article

Beaches of Esperance – 50 Shades of Age Beaches of Esperance – 50 Shades of AgeSpread the love” /> Don’t miss new posts! Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. …

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The versatile programme of Alvar Aalto Week attracts visitors with architecture and design – Finland Travel Article

The versatile programme of Alvar Aalto Week attracts visitors with architecture and design The heritage of architects Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) and Erik Bryggman (1891-1955), two contemporaries whose influence can be seen in both Paimio and Turku, is prominently featured in the events organised during the week. The events emphasise the special nature of these cities as homes of modern architecture and functionalism but also highlight them as cities that keep up with today’s developments in architecture. During Alvar Aalto Week,…

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Everyday Life in Lapland – Where Every Day and Every Night Counts – Finland Travel Article

Everyday Life in Lapland – Where Every Day and Every Night Counts Dissatisfied with your everyday life? Move to Lapland! This is not the exact reasoning I followed in the moment I decided to leave the country I was living in, but it is the one that turned out to be true afterwards. At first, I just wanted to move away from my previous country to study abroad without any concrete idea in mind about where to go. I did…

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Kompishelg på landsbyggden – Joutsa, Finland – Finland Travel Article

Kompishelg på landsbyggden – Joutsa, Finland En tradition kan man kanske redan kalla vår kompishelg i Joutsa, Finland? Det här var ändå andra gången som jag och mitt tjejgäng Nasi Goreng (efter den indonesiska maträtten) åkte ut till Joutsa för en helg med vandring och god mat.Joutsa är en kommun i Finland lite på 200 kilometer norr om Helsingfors. Här har en av mina kompisar landställe och vi passade på att ha en fin helg tillsammans.Helger med kompisar som 30+Vi…

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Helsinki In Global Limelight – Finnish Travel Blog – Finland Travel Article

Helsinki In Global Limelight – Finnish Travel Blog Helsinki is in global limelight at the moment. Media is live broadcasting 24/7 and Helsinki is hosting thousands of journalists as presidents Trump and Putin are having a summit at our presidential palace on Monday 16. July. Without editorializing the politics of these two heads of state, I’m excited to have all the journalists in Helsinki conveying the beauty of our capital across the globe. Allas Sea Pool, right in the heart of the…

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Stepping into Winter Wonderland at Camping Hossan Lumo – Finland Travel Article

Stepping into Winter Wonderland at Camping Hossan Lumo Commercial cooperation with Camping Hossan Lumo Have you ever dreamed of spending your holiday in a peaceful place surrounded by the pristine nature, where you still have everything you need for an active winter holiday? In a place, where cosy lakeside cabins invite you to warm up in a traditional Finnish sauna after a long refreshing day outdoors? A place, where you can fulfill your heart by breathing in the silence and…

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Karun ulkosaariston lumoa Sipoon Kaunissaaressa – Finland Travel Article

Karun ulkosaariston lumoa Sipoon Kaunissaaressa Kaunissaari on kaunis. Niemensä mukaisesti. Jo monia vuosia tämä Sipoon ulkosaaristossa sijaitseva helmi on ollut jokakesäisellä To do & see -listallani. Kyllä, kesäksi aina listaan paikkoja, joissa haluan käydä, ja asioita, joita halua tehdä. Toteuttaminen on onnistunut vaihtelevalla menestyksellä. Mutta parempi myöhään kuin milloinkaan, kesäpäivä Kaunissaaressa on siis nyt edessä.Kuumassa loppukesän aamupäivän auringossa poljen pyörällä reppu selässä kohti Vuosaaren Kalkkihiekantoria, mistä Norsölinen vesibussi Kaunissaareen lähtee. Olen alkuperäisestä aikataulustani myöhässä ja venesatamaan päästyäni kiroilen. Olisi pitänyt…

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Scuba Diving in Helsinki – A Lifetime Experience – Finland Travel Article

Scuba Diving in Helsinki – A Lifetime Experience Credit: PixabayHelsinki isn’t just the Finnish capital known for its tourist sightseeing spots and a picturesque coastline, but it is also filled with lush natural scenery with plenty of outdoor activities that you can do. If you wish to explore more of the marine life in this part of the world, definitely try scuba diving experience. Don’t forget to capture some amazing memories along the way!Helsinki is a cold country with extreme…

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