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Dr. Joe Dispenza Meditation Retreat – Couples Travel Article

Dr. Joe Dispenza Meditation Retreat After experiencing two of Dr. Joe Dispenza’s week-long meditation retreats, I wanted to share my thoughts and tips on what to expect and how to prepare! My introduction to Dr. Joe’s work began about two years ago — when one of my favorite transformational speakers, Kyle Cease, shared a video of Dr. Joe talking about why it’s so hard to change our habits. Dr. Joe’s scientific explanation about how the brain works and how our…

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Hulluntuuria. 21.02.2020 – Finland Travel Article

Hulluntuuria. 21.02.2020 We have this word ”hulluntuuri” in Finnish language. It means, you get unexpectedly lucky. That sums up tonight’s Aurora hunting pretty well. Tonight reminded us once again, that you should take the chance to see the Auroras, even on a cloudy night. The weather forecast looked quite depressing, and I sat outside, looking at an empty sky, waiting and waiting for hours – until, some weird cloud looking things appeared on the night sky. I was very unsure…

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Sky Princess crew use computer pads to make cruise service more personal – Cuba Travel Article

Sky Princess crew use computer pads to make cruise service more personal OceanMedallion is easy tech at work The 3,660-passenger Sky Princess, anchored off Princess Cays in the Bahamas (Photos by David G. Molyneaux, TheTravelMavens.com) By David G. MolyneauxTheTravelMavens.com If ever you have been unclothed or otherwise unprepared for visitors to your cruise ship cabin, and realized suddenly that a steward has unwittingly entered the cabin to tidy up, you will see immediate vacation advantages in the techy OceanMedallion distributed…

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Come Fly With Me – J Bird Runs – Budapest Travel Article

Come Fly With Me – J Bird Runs Happy Monday! I have been traveling quite a bit, some of which has been day trips. Sometimes I prefer that to staying overnight, because at least I get to sleep in my own bed. That usually means a really early and late flight, so I will use that as my rest day and shuffle the rest of the week around it. Monday 2/17: 2 mile warm up, 22 min tempo at 7…

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Sweden’s Kattegattleden: The Best Bike Trip for Non-Bikers – Couples Travel Article

Sweden’s Kattegattleden: The Best Bike Trip for Non-Bikers I’ve always wanted to explore a country by bicycle. We’ve met so many long-distance bikers over the years, all praising it as the purest means of travel. Not just for its zero emissions, but the lack of barriers between you, nature, and the locals. As a mode of transportation, biking keeps you moving at a decent pace but goes slow enough to take in the scenery. Meeting our friend Jamie who tandem…

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Denassus, Tapas & Wine, Poble Sec – Spain Travel Article

Denassus, Tapas & Wine, Poble Sec I am surprised that I have not heard of Denassus before stepping into it for lunch with my fellow Rack & Return WSET classmates. They all seem to know it. They know that it used to be restaurant Malamén.“Wasn’t this opened by those guys from Bar del Pla?” someone volunteers.Wait! What? How did I miss this? I am incredulous. I love this format! The type where enthusiasm carries the concept but the lot is…

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Culture and Adventure in Iranian Kurdistan » Discover World Places – Travel Article

A story about life; it’s unbearable, it’s wonderful, it’s unique taste and kindness from a travelers perspective.  10 minute read. Horrible nights The night was long, endless almost. Man, was I mistaken when yesterday I thought we would sleep in paradise. Surrounded by a one-hectare garden filled with pomegranate trees, the soft sounds of the whirling river down below and the cool summer air on our skin. It was late when we arrived at Sarriz’ garden, and the night had…

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