Inexperienced Chinese traveller climbs into airport security scanner

Inexperienced Chinese traveller climbs into airport security scanner

The vast majority of us are all too au fait with the rigmarole of air travel. Put liquids above 100ml into the hold. Remove your laptop from your bag. Take off your jacket and belt. No scissors allowed. Not so this chap in China, who apparently didn’t …
The original cryptocurrency rose in value by more than 1,300 percent last year and reached a record high of nearly $ 20,000 on December 17, before 70 percent fell.
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He said: “Bitcoin restores the last 1.7 times the duration of the purchase and this means that 85 days are needed to restore previous heights.

“This is July 2018.”
Bitcoin rose to $ 10,234 at the Bitstamp in Luxembourg, an increase of almost 7% compared to the previous day. At Coindesk it currently has a value of just under $ 10,000.
Council to reject traveller site plans after residents opposition
MORE than 260 people have signed a petition against plans for land in Blaina to become a traveller’s site. Blaenau Gwent councillors will meet next month to decide whether to approve the plan – which refers to land at Glynmilwr, Stones Houses in a …

The airways deregulation in the 1990s in Europe has paved way for many no-frills airlines in the chip market share of aviation in Europe.

Ticket prices of budget airlines in Europe start as cheap as $ 50.

The low cost airline market has witnessed excellent growth in the European market. The passenger capacity has increased more than 14 percent in the last

decade. Several bigger giants have also tried to explore this segment by introducing sister airlines that cater to budget travelers.
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Affordability is no longer a game when it comes to internet and travel. Too many sites are promising a clear advantage for the cheapest flights.

Unfortunately, they can come up with some unsavory options if you at the airline, such as baggage charges, on booking the flights and delays. While

online comparison websites can not do much about the airline problems you might have to do, they can at least help in finding airfare bargains that make these

headaches much better to face. After all, if you fly from Toronto to Las Vegas for less than $ 100 round trip that’s a pretty good price and perhaps the

Best cheap tickets you can find. So, how do you find these mythological listings if you are looking to buy airline tickets?

The window of opportunity …
European countries, France is by far had the maximum market penetration.

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EasyJet is a UK-based airline that serves more than 35 countries around the world. Since its inception in 1995, the airline has witnessed

tremendous growth and has become the largest in the UK. The airline is based at Luton Airport in Bedfordshire. The airline’s

rather tagline ‘making flying as affordable as a pair of jeans “gained high popularity among Europeans. Currently, the marketing airline

goes by the slogan “This is Generation easyJet.”


Endings and Beginnings

I spent the better part of my day today at a funeral. While I would never risk intruding on a family’s grief by taking pictures at a service, I did see this image as I was arriving, set some distance away from anyone else. I love the bagpipes. They fit well at both the happiest and saddest moments in our lives; I hear the skirl of bagpipes often at both weddings and funerals (but rarely at anything else, now that I think of it…) and welcome the sound at both occasions. The rich, layered tones find us where we are and raise us up and help us to feel joy — whether for the life of one just departed or for two lives joined into one.

Travel safely if you will be on the road this holiday weekend, and have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

November 22, 2005


“While the Democrats are focusing on how we were misled to war, Bush is focusing on how to mislead us out of it. … If we were wrong about why we went in, we have to be wrong about why we’re leaving. Otherwise it sends our enemies the message that America lacks the will to remain incorrect.”
— Rob Corddry on The Daily Show

November 21, 2005

A Monday Photo

It’s a cold, rainy, dreary Monday here, so I thought I’d pull something beautiful out of the archives to pretty the place up a bit. This is a view of Florence from above, taken last summer when I was lucky enough to get to visit Firenze, one of Europe’s most gorgeous cities.



Happy Thanksgiving


I hope this finds you well and enjoying a safe and happy holiday (or Thursday, if you don’t happen to be in the US at the moment)! Things are starting to get very quiet here as the dishwasher finishes up and the l-tryptophan kicks in…

Thanksgiving is by far my favorite holiday. No fuss, no shopping, no annoying commercials, no decorations or silly costumes — just a simple meal with people we enjoy. I don’t have any photos, though, as I spent the day in the kitchen, so this is one from the archive.

Counting stars by candlelight, all are dim but one is bright;
The spiral light of venus, rising first and shining best,
On, from the northwest corner, of a brand new crescent moon,
While crickets and cicadas sing, a rare and different tune,
Terrapin station.

(The photo is from a couple of months ago — right before the Market Street Bridge closed — and the words are, of course, from Robert Hunter.)


Beautiful Star of Bethlehem

November 27th, 2005

Elizabeth sings with her husband David a song for the season, Beautiful Star of Bethlehem, at Kingston United Methodist Church this morning.

If we get a few good comments, we’ll add a few more. If we get bad comments, then we’ll quit and stick to the stories. Just keep in mind this was a one time shot recording in front of a live audience at a very early service.

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November 24th, 2005

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Conjure Wives

November 13th, 2005

Conjure Wives is an american southern folktale, retold here by Elizabeth Rose with her own special flare. Who? Who? Who cooks for you?

First Strawberries

November 9th, 2005

First Strawberries is a Cherokee legend about first man and first woman. After living happily together for some time, they had a quarrel. Harsh words were said on both sides, and finally the wife announced that she was leaving. Listen to how The Great Spirit interveens.

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No News

November 6th, 2005

Elizabeth presents at the East Tennessee Historical Society and leads off with a story once told by tandem team Connie and Barbara of The Folk Tellers. The story No News is a conversation between two southern women.