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  • . -37917476 seconds ago Adventures in a land where -Nomadic hospitality is a way of lifeNews for tourists 2020This year due to the Corona-Virus pandemic,the Naadam festival will be held with no crowds.The games On July 11-12 2020 will be broadcasted on local TV and online.Older news for 20192019 Naadam Complete with...
  • Qatar University signs agreement with Istanbul's Ibn Haldun University -2663 seconds ago Qatar and Turkey showcase their strong bilateral relations with yet another collaboration, this time in the education sector. Sheikh Thani bin Hamad Al-Thani was awarded the ‘Al-Fateh’ key by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday during the opening ceremony of the Ibn Haldun...
  • Cabiner: Sleeping in a Beautiful Off-the-grid Cabin in the Woods 1 hour ago It’s been 30 minutes since we left our car and anything that reminds us of our hectic city life behind. Carrying a backpack that hasn’t been used in years. And pulling a folding wagon filled with food and drinks for the coming days. Any doubts about whether it’s still possible to find quiet...
  • Tuesdays with Dorie (Dorie's Cookies): Honey and Tea Jammers 1 hour ago
  • After online uproar, authorities clarify: entry fees will be for Al Khor Park only 1 hour ago In response to a social media backlash, Qatar’s Ministry of environment clarifies that  new entry fees for public parks will only apply to Al Khor park, with  Qatar’s 90 parks still free of charge for the public to enjoy.  The Ministry of Environment has clarified in a tweet that public...
  • Affordable Handmade silver jewelry 1 hour ago The Majority of the girls want To enhance themselves with jewelry. There are mostly 3 different types of metals taken for jewelry silver, gold silver. Silver jewellery is the most affordable on the list of three alloys. Gold is chiefly putting on in Asian nations, where as persons are putting on...
  • Compare Life Insurance: Take A Greater Decision 1 hour ago Life Insurance is one of the most usual and preferable investments at the recent years. Men and women desire to guarantee the future of their families. The entire life insurance is that the substitute of this lost earnings of this insuree that the family or the loved ones of this insuree after the...
  • Why Online Slot Games Are Popular? 2 hours ago Over the years that the Slot Online on the internet Went through Lots of developments and improvements thanks To growth in technology and the world wide web. Today you don’t need to depart from your house and play with these matches fairly you may sit back into your house and play with to earn...
  • Amnesty International: 'Ongoing abuse of domestic workers in Qatar' 2 hours ago Stressed, overworked and abused, in its latest report, rights group Amnesty International says this is the reality for many domestic workers. Meanwhile, the government says it’s ready to punish employers who mistreat or abuse their staff. Amnesty International has shed a light on some of the...
  • Nov Helpers' Asian-Western Cooking Class 2 hours ago Schedule:  3,10, 17, 24 Nov (Every Tuesday)  2020. Demand for cooking classes targeting domestic helpers is on the rise in Hong Kong. Mayu’s Kitchen & Co’s experienced professional chef offer Continue Reading →
  • Hike with llamas at Earthshine! 2 hours ago I knew we were in for an adventure as soon as Mark, our llama guide and self-proclaimed “all things llama dude,” asked my husband if he would watch the llamas.... We had driven 1.5 hours from Greenville into the Blue Ridge Mountains to Earthshine Lodge, our basecamp for adventure for the...
  • How to save money by buying a house in the Netherlands (wait what?) 3 hours ago Tired of throwing away your rent money but not feeling wealthy enough to spend — let’s face it — hundreds of thousands of euros buying a house in the Netherlands? Fair enough, getting a mortgage of €436,000 seems ludicrous when you’re spending two minutes in the supermarket pondering...
  • Meet Qatar's 'inclusive' skating community 3 hours ago Roller blading, or skating, has become increasingly popular in Qatar as residents seek a fun and interactive way to keep fit – all while social distancing. Doha News speaks to coach Ahmed Alghorab about the community he has created. If you have spent any time wondering around Lusail Marina, you...
  • The Round Up | Oct 19, 2020 3 hours ago Top stories this Monday on The Round Up
  • Is a watered down Zwarte Piet enough? KOZP calls Grey Pete "embarrassing" 3 hours ago In response to growing disapproval for the traditional blackface Zwarte Piet (Black Pete) character, Sinterklaas committees in some regions have rolled out their novel Grijze Piet (Grey Pete) model. The action group, Kick Out Zwarte Piet (KOZP) says they “look right through the bullshit,”...
  • 100,000 Dutch girls will receive letter of conscription this week — including Princess Amalia 4 hours ago This week, and for the first time ever, roughly 100,000 Dutch girls born in 2003 will receive a letter of conscription. This year marks the first in which both men and women can be conscripted to the military. Conscription in the Netherlands has only applied to men until now. In 2018, the House of...
  • Wednesday will be a balmy 20 degrees — with a catch 4 hours ago We’re sure you’ve all been enjoying heaping layers on in the morning, stuffing your fingers into gloves, and ruining your hot hairdo with a beanie before leaving the house lately. So bad news: tomorrow will be a mild 20 degrees. Beach weather! In fact, in some areas in the south like Zeeland,...
  • Październikowy Zakynthos 6 hours ago Niemal do ostatniego dnia nie wiedziałam, czy uda mi się polecieć na Zakynthos. I tym razem, co ciekawe, nie przez koronawirusa - choć Grecja od początku października wymaga negatywnego testu od przylatujących z Polski, restrykcja taka nie dotyczyła na szczęście Austrii. Nie przyszło mi...
  • Back to the wall... 6 hours ago  With this fine spell of weather I am back to working on walls - this time it's the back wall of the barn at the Old Walnut Mill.It requires re-pointing, a project that the previous owner started over 12 years ago but only reached head height - only just getting round to it - what have I been...
  • The Finish Line 8 hours ago Today was DorkyDad’s final radiation treatment.
  • Tuesday Treat - Blackberry Wine! 12 hours ago And so it happened! On Sunday we sampled the juice(s) of our labour. Yep, we went off to the woodland area where we harvested the fruit to make our first ever blackberry wine – from scratch! I recorded the whole … Continue reading →
  • Todos los Santos in Spain - 1st November is All Saints Day 13 hours ago Celebrating Todos los Santos Every 1st of November Spain celebrates Todos los Santos. In the past All Saints Day was also celebrated in England too. This festival coincided with the Celtic festival of the dead (Samhain) and was a notable Read more The post Todos los Santos in Spain – 1st November...
  • SYMMETRY 13 hours ago  Have to admit I have a thing for symmetry.I find this old building on Jovanova Street in Belgrade very beautiful. (Ok, one window has its roll-down shutter half open...)
  • By the seaside 13 hours ago By the seaside Today, I thought I’d share some of Niel’s photos. These were taken over the weekend when he went for a stroll to Yialos and around to Nos. As you can see, the season is changing. On some mornings, there’s more cloud and grey, though there are still sunny days and the sea...
  • Sprout Plant-Based Fusion, Bangsar, Vegan Café 14 hours ago Sprout Plant-Based Fusion Bangsar Words: Kitty Noble Photos: Rich Callahan Sprout Plant-Based Fusion in Bangsar is the brainchild of Colombian-born, Miami-raised Dani, who wanted to spread the message of how a plant-based diet can help with the environment a…The post Sprout Plant-Based Fusion,...
  • New Normal Travel Plan Preparation, what you should do 14 hours ago New Normal Travel Plan Preparation, what you should do; Now that travel protocols ease up, many are definitely planning their next getaway. At this time, who would not want to have a relaxing vacation. After... The post New Normal Travel Plan Preparation, what you should do appeared first on Pinay...
  • Falling Back, 36. How America Votes. 16 hours ago Once upon a time, there was a nation that boasted of its open and democratic process. It would go so far as to sometimes send envoys to observe elections in other countries, to make sure they were as open and free as those countries claimed. Not that that country was always justified in doing so,...
  • The New Norwegian Passport 17 hours ago Launched last week, the new passport of Norway includes new security elements to make it more difficult to forge. The Norwegian police have launched a new version of the Norwegian passport. Based on a design announced a few years ago, the passport includes advanced security measures together with...
  • 1178 - JC Cortes Blues Band & La Gatucada 17 hours ago                                     JC Cortes Band: Juan Carlos Cortes – voice & guitar, Irepan Rojas – Bass, Roger Vargus...
  • Slowly Changing 17 hours ago   “Autumn...the year's last, loveliest smile."~ John Howard Bryant   Autumn has well and truly arrived.Cold frost-laden nights, and sun shining brighter than a new penny by day.Flower pots are emptied and stacked in the potting shed, and leaves are continually raked.Hearty stews and...
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