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1985 food bill stuns netizens: ‘Who bhi kya din the’

A 37-year-old food bill from a restaurant, which has gone viral on social media, has stunned the internet, leaving people wondering “who bhi kya din le!”. While we know how low prices were almost four decades ago, the viral food bill brought back memories for many. The bill, originally shared …

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Your Guide to Solo Skiing This Winter: How to Have an Epic Solo Adventure

NewToSki.com is reader supported. We may collect a share of sales or other compensation from links on this page. As an Amazon Associate, we earn on qualifying purchases. Hi, I’m Simon the founder of NewToSki.com We hope you enjoy our free ski guides and tips! If yes, please check our …

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Stay at these 10 coolest hostels in Mexico City

There are many unique things to experience in Mexico City. Home to over eight million people, Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the Americas. The city is also one of the oldest and known for its colonial architecture, bustling streets, vibrant artwork and authentic cuisine. Plus, this …

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The 10 Best Gadgets for Digital Nomads

One of the benefits of being a digital nomad is that your home office is everywhere that you open your laptop. But the reality is often a little less Instagram-friendly than tapping with one hand and holding a fruity cocktail with the other on a pristine beach somewhere. There’s no …

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In the Cathedral – The European Curator

Are we nomads by nature, or do we naturally seek homes wherever we go? Foxes have burrows and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head. (Matthew 8:20). Even in our wanderlust, I think, we look for homes to anchor …

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The Ultimate Guide to Affordable European Travel

Europe is one of the most incredible places in the world to travel; so much history, art and culture await you there. However, it can also be incredibly expensive if you’re not prepared before you travel. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to save money while having an amazing European …

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The best hotels in Milan to book now

Stefano Bertelli As befits Italy’s fashion capital, there are plenty of ultra-stylish hotels in Milan to book for a mini-break in Lombardy. OUR FAVORITE HOTELS IN MILAN It may be more industrial than Italy’s prettiest cities such as Florence and Venice, and has fewer historic sites, but it still has …

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The small group of countries where the pound is king and prices are cheap

The pick of the bunch is Turkey, where £1 buys 21.07 lira, down from 12.51 a year ago. This means that for every £1,000 exchanged, Britons will receive the equivalent of £408 more in spending money. With temperatures hovering around 25°C at the moment, a week or two on the …

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Is it possible for students to travel on a budget?

Some say that traveling and being a student are incompatible because it takes a lot of money to go abroad. But this prejudice can be refuted. A smart student can do anything. All you need to do is be innovative and find interesting offers. 1. Scientific conferences, competitions, scholarships Many …

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Budget Travel Tips: A Beginner’s Guide to Cutting Costs

Traveling is a great way to learn about other cultures and explore unique parts of the world – and it doesn’t have to break the bank either. Whether it’s a short-term trip or a full year abroad, budget travel lets everyone see new things while saving big and small costs. …

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Day CDT 89-94: Life in the rainy desert

CDT Day 89 We sleep until 7am. Skybird and I are starving and try to raid the kitchen when we wake up, only to find it’s closed until 8 am. And no one else gets up until 8 o’clock. So different from a backpacker hostel. We finally walk into the …

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‘Terrifier 2’ opens in 850 theaters amid recent horror movie hits

‘Terrifying 2’ Dread Central, Cinedigm and Bloody Disgusting Opening tonight in 850 theaters for Thursday-Sunday broadcast (Thursday, Sunday and Monday on AMC, Thurs-Sun everywhere else), Bloody Disgusting’s Terrifying 2 will take his chance at relative box office glory between Smile last weekend and Halloween ends next weekend. It shouldn’t set …

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Russian men take the long road to escape mobilization

LONDON, Oct 4 (Reuters) – As soon as Vladimir Putin announced his military appeal for Ukraine’s failing war, Timofey and Andrey, two brothers from Moscow, tried to book flights out of the country. But by the time they logged on, prices had already soared so fast they couldn’t afford the …

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10 tips to keep in mind before your trip to India

India is a whirlwind of a nation with exquisite cuisine, affordable fun, pristine beaches and curious people. It is the second largest country in terms of population, with over a billion people living there. India offers something for every traveler, whether it’s a beach getaway in Goa, a city break …

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How to get from Phuket to Krabi 🚌 | 2022

If you are looking for a way to go from Phuket to Krabiyou have a few options. In this guide, we will compare the best ways to reach Krabi from Phuket. We will explore the options by road and by boat. Ready to travel again? Don’t go without travel insurance. …

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Cheap travel destinations around the world in 2022

There are places to travel in 2022 that will allow you to go longer, enjoy a higher standard of living and save more money. Laos In the era of budget backpacking in Southeast Asia, Laos was one of two destinations where travelers could keep their budget at $30/day, although accommodation …

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Malcolm Metcalf, 88, from Great Yarmouth, is switching to interrail

Published: 11:09 am September 25, 2022 More than half a century has passed since Malcolm Metcalf lay in a cast for over a year, swearing that if he ever recovered he would live a life of travel and adventure. Now 88, the octogenarian globetrotter is embarking on his latest “epic …

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Voice of the People – Pakistan Observer

Articles and letters may be edited for clarity and space. They are published in good faith with a view to enlightening all stakeholders. However, the content of these writings does not necessarily correspond to the views of the newspaper. Unfair increase in university fees The Islamic University of Bahawalpur (IUB) …

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Encounter with Rooskie vodka: When two Russians panic

An excerpt from Parikshat Sahni’s ‘Strange Encounters: Adventures of a Curious Life’, in which the actor recalls the violent altercation between two burly Russians, Jena and Petya, at the hostel of the Moscow Film Institute in the spring 1961 A Vodka Museum in Russia, located in Verkhniye Mandrogi, Leningrad Oblast. …

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10 Picturesque Towns in Europe That Offer Budget Vacations

From gorgeous sandy beaches to rolling hills and mountains to fantastic historical attractions, Europe has some amazing tourist destinations that offer it all for everyone. But some places, especially world famous cities, can be expensive to explore. Travelers may need to think outside the box and visit places off the …

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East Yorkshire site offers possible medieval inn or inn

At a site in East Yorkshire, an archaeological dig has been underway for three weeks to uncover the secrets of a medieval village. Today, archaeologists believe they have uncovered a centuries-old tavern. The remains of this site are buried under a pasture at High Hunsley, near Beverly, where pottery goblets, …

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Hostels to book in Phuket for a cheap holiday in 2022

For those who want a delicious tropical vacation, Phuket is an excellent destination. The island is a popular destination for tourists due to its breathtaking natural beauty, golden beaches, vibrant nightlife, delicious cuisine and intriguing culture. A perfect trip requires the perfect place to stay, but Phuket is well known …

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Hostels aren’t just for young people

Comment this story Comment I wanted revenge in any way possible. Not traditional retribution to speak of, but pandemic-style travel revenge. My travel dreams reduced to dust for two years, I wanted to see a little more of the world, as if I could make up for lost time. My …

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6 cheap global travel destinations to consider for 2022

If you want to make up for lost travel time due to the pandemic but don’t have enough money to afford a dream destination, you’re not alone. Any traveler who’s seen half the world with a backpack claims there’s no place too expensive. And after a few hours of research …

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Weyburn woman has three-year adventure Down Under

WEYBURN – What started as a few months’ “Down Under” travel adventure turned into an extended three-year stay for Weyburn resident Karlene Hennig. She was finally able to return home for a month-long visit with friends and family for the first time since COVID began, but is expected to return …

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Short-lived films | Movies | Weekly style

Writer/Director Jeff Baena’s ‘Spin Me Round’ Keeps Casting ideas to you. For a while, the film seems to be headed for a simple and strange premise, until Baena reveals that it’s just one stop in an ongoing tour of passing fantasies. You wouldn’t expect to compare a Baena film with …

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What is the Barn Door Hostel in New Hampshire?

I rarely have solid plans when I go camping, which is probably a bad way to camp. But it also allowed me to create some of the best camping memories I’ve ever had, like the one I’m about to tell you about. In New Hampshire (and I suspect other surrounding …

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Reviews: Cassie Workman: Aberdeen | Fiji | Rhapsody | Leaving Vietnam | Serva Padrona | Making a Murderer: The Musical

Register to our Arts and Culture newsletter Cassie Workman: Aberdeen**** Just the Tonic Nucleus (Location 393), until August 28 (not 15, 22) Register to our Arts and Culture newsletter Nirvana frontman and singer Kurt Cobain was just 27 when he killed himself in a dilapidated wooden building in Seattle. It …

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Learn the basics of mountaineering

LS desk Sat Aug 6 2022 4:30 PM Last updated on: Sat Aug 6 2022 4:37 PM Photo courtesy: Mohiuddin Mahi “> Photo courtesy: Mohiuddin Mahi If there’s one thing today’s youth have in common with past generations, it would be the unyielding nature of pushing boundaries while achieving the …

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The Summer Fest of Nior, a famous cosmetics brand, took place

In order to market the cosmetics of the world famous brand Nior on a larger scale in Bangladesh, the Nior Summerfest was recently held in a hotel in Dhaka. The president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh (AmCham), Syed Ershad Ahmed, was the main guest of this colorful …

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Kagiso residents lose faith in police’s ability to deal with zama zamas – SABC News

Some residents of Soul City, an informal settlement in Kagiso, west of Johannesburg, express a lack of confidence in the way local police deal with zama zamas (illegal miners). Three residents of the community told similar stories of how police are regularly bribed by illegal miners. A young woman residing …

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Travel: why hostels are the best option for a budget stay in Europe

More reserved for backpackers, hostels are more attractive than ever. By Sarah Marshall. Anyone who’s taken a gap year or traveled across continents has likely stayed in a hostel at some point along the way. Cheap and cheerful, these simple properties host millions of budget travelers, making it easy to …

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Ride Center opens in Roanoke’s Grandin Village – Sponsored Content

Cardinal Bicycle is changing the cycling game in Southwest Virginia, and people are taking notice. In 2019, current owner Whit Ellerman had a vision to create a destination where cyclists of all abilities and backgrounds could come to call home. A place that would foster the development of a community …

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How to Visit Panama on a Budget

Panama is not always expensive to visit. Traveling here is a little cheaper than traveling to Europe, Canada or the United States, but a little more expensive than to Guatemala, Honduras or El Salvador. It’s not the most expensive country in Central America – that price goes to Costa Rica, …

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Cheap Crete – Lonely Planet

You can spend as much or as little as you want in Crete. At the budget end of the spectrum, you’re helped by the size and popularity of the island, which means the options are plentiful. With a little planning and shopping, you can get great deals on transportation and …

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NYC president, scribe sacrifices UN nominations, harps on youth-friendly policies

On Friday, the President of the Nigerian Youth Congress (NYC), Comrade Blessing Akinlosotu, and his secretary, Dr. Raymond Edoh, were appointed to the United Nations Youth Habitat Programme. While Akinlosotu was named Habitat Nigeria’s Youth Program Sports Coordinator, Edoh, an international activist and Nigerian Youth Ambassador to the United States, …

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Puneet Chhatwal: “The industry has survived on domestic tourism; infra is a key enabler”

Even as the hospitality industry has been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, Indian Hotels Company Ltd (Taj Group) has continued with its expansion plan that it mapped out in 2017. After signing 100 hotels over the of the past five years and with 40 of them open …

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Galaxy S22 Ultra periscope camera – creepy threat to your privacy, show photos: Ban long-range zoom?

The Huawei P30 Pro blew me away when it was released in March 2019. Of course, its (then) Leica-branded camera system was the center of attention, as Huawei quickly established itself as the leader in smartphone photography. But one camera, in particular, stood out because it was unlike anything I …

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Atlantic City vs. Vegas: which is the cheapest?

There’s no doubt that Las Vegas and Atlantic City are extravagant destinations that conjure up images of a wild, carefree, and uninhibited vacation. And when it comes to gambling and nightlife, few cities come close to the pulse and vibe of these oddly remote destinations. Yet, as with all vacations, …

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“Is your backpack full of dreams?” : readers’ memories of Interrail | European holidays

Winning Tip: Planning Gone Wrong in Paris I still have our 1987 copy of Europe by Train. Simple pen and ink maps that had little basis in reality – much like the planning my friend and I did. Pre-internet, pre-glasnost, pre-midlife indecision, we naively arrived in Paris and filled our …

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Tribhuvan University Hostels: While many buildings are uninhabitable, those that are habitable are being captured by non-students

Problems have always plagued Tribhuvan University (TU), the oldest university in Nepal. It has issues with its politics, infrastructure, management, background and the list goes on. Lately, a new problem has appeared: its inns. Most of the hostels for students who come from distant countries are in a sorry state …

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Malawi set to host 5 AU regional games

Malawi has been commended for its commitment in preparing for the African Union Region 5 (AUR5) games to be held in December this year and in which 16 countries and 2,000 athletes are expected to participate. The Region 5 Games kicked off in Lilongwe on Thursday with the organizing committee …

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The Cheapest and Best Hotels in New York Right Now

PUBLIC Hotel in New York Lower East Side, Manhattan While the Lower East Side is no longer the tough spot of decades past, it’s always been a desert for affordable hotels that weren’t of the hostel variety. Everything changed with the arrival of the PUBLIC hotel in 2017: Ian Schrager’s …

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Rwanda prepares to take children removed from UK under asylum plan

Rwanda is preparing to house asylum-seeking children being deported from the UK on a one-way ticket under Boris Johnson’s widely criticized policy. The Hope Hostel in the capital Kigali is building a five-a-side football pitch, a basketball court and plans to buy outdoor toys for minors, it revealed on Friday. …

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Here’s how a hostel can save you money when visiting Venice

Quick links Hostels in Venice are a great way to save money Hostel Anda – The trendy hostel in Venice Hostels are all over Europe and Europe is arguably the best place in the world to backpack. There are hostels in even the fanciest European locations – like Venice in …

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Cheap Tenerife – Lonely Planet

Tenerife gives you the feeling of traveling to a distant land without breaking the bank – off the coast of Morocco but part of Spain, it can net you surprising mileage for your euro. This Canary Island offers volcanic beaches, whales and dolphins splashing offshore, lunar landscapes that seem freshly …

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Tips for Traveling Light: Why I’ll Never Travel With a Suitcase Again

Henry and Alex just before realizing they were on a nudist beach. Photo: Henry Cooke/Stuff The moment it all clicked for me was at a nondescript train station in London. The Stansted Express to London’s worst or second worst airport was about to depart and we rushed to the platform, …

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Steven Flannigan: orphan of the Lockerbie bombing.

While visiting Lockerbie in 1996, he met and fell in love with Lisa Gregory. When she became pregnant, Steven moved back to town to be with her – living just a mile from the street where his parents and sister had died eight years earlier. Their son, Luke, was born …

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I’ve traveled 29 countries alone in two years on a tight budget – here are my top tips

A YOUNG Irishwoman told how she managed to travel to 29 countries in two years on a tight budget. Ciara Butler has gained a following on platforms such as TikTok as she shares tips, advice and recommendations on the countries she visits as she travels the world alone. 5 Ciara …

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James Madison University announces local Spring 2022 graduates – Royal Examiner

For Chris German, it’s all about getting out of your comfort zone. German, a Warren County Public Schools Systems (WCPS) technician, has accumulated a passport full of entry and exit stamps during his travels to nearly two dozen countries and six of the Seven Wonders of the World. He plans …

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Camino del Baztán – Another warm-up on an unpopular route.

When I hiked the Camino de Santiago five years ago, I passed through Pamplona, ​​Spain. I didn’t stay the night, I think I just had a coffee, took some photos of some of the sites along the Way and kept walking. The timing wasn’t good and I was going the …

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How to see the greatest wonders of the world – from £250

The budget and the bucket list look like unlikely bedfellows. In fact, they look like poorly zipped sleeping bags, with a “million star” hotel shaped like the night sky. But, even if you don’t like camping, you can still see the wonders of the world without spending big bucks. A …

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Wahab: how Lagos provides access to quality education

Tokunbo Wahab, special adviser on education to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who turned 50 on May 17, highlighted his achievements since the administration took off, part of which includes ensuring the smooth transition from the state polytechnic to university of science and technology; and from colleges of education to university of …

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55 difficult but good years in Hungary: Caroline Bodóczky

It was in 1958 that a friend from her English boarding school asked Caroline Griffin if she would like to become the pen pal for a fifteen-year-old Hungarian boy living in Kecskemét. “István’s English was not very good but sufficient for basic communication,” says Caroline, who still has some of …

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Best backpacker hostels in Krakow

Krakow in Poland is arguably the most rewarding city to visit in the Eastern European country. Krakow claims to be one of the most amazing cities in Europe and is home to the Wawel Royal Castle – the first declared a World Heritage Site in the world in 1978. Krakow …

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Brighton and Hove News » New luxury hotel with roof terrace planned on Brighton seafront

Artist’s impression of the plans A new luxury hotel with a rooftop bar and restaurant is planned for a derelict former inn on Brighton seafront. Sussex businessmen James Randall and Lucky Gohler want to renovate the empty Hostel Point building next to the Pier Nine casino into a new 40-bed …

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Budget for the Netherlands: A Guide to Vacation Planning Costs

Traveling to any destination without a financial implications tab would be reckless, risky and, in some cases, deeply inconvenient. And being stranded thousands of miles from your home country is never a pleasant feeling. Of course, travel cost is only one aspect of a travel plan. For those traveling to …

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Help hard to find in boom times

Signing bonuses, housing allowances still insufficient “The huge influx of people who moved here during Covid has created business, but they’re not doing anything to add to the workforce,” said Amity Lucas, the Amity agency name, a recruiter for East End employers. There is a jobs crisis in the East …

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How to choose the best accommodations

Whether you are traveling for vacation, business or a family commitment, choosing the best accommodation to stay in is essential. There are many to choose from, the cheapest, the all-inclusive, the closest to the airport or the place of a business meeting, etc. The type of accommodation you will need …

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Traumatic before-and-after photo of 5-year-old girl shows full horror of war in Ukraine

Exclusive: Refugee children who have fled Ukraine are suffering from mental health issues and illnesses as they are forced to wait weeks for their UK visas to arrive, families claim Miraslava at Christmas before the start of the war, left and in a Polish hospital during the invasion Photos of …

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How This Hostel in Warsaw Gets the Hostel Vibe

Hostels are much more than cheap accommodation. If it’s a hostel, then either the hostel is wrong or the traveler is wrong. The hotels are energetic and full of life – not just for partying. Hostels are places to socialize and meet other interesting people from all over the world …

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Greece to remove all Covid travel restrictions this week

As the summer holidays approach, Britons across the country are gearing up for a well-deserved getaway in the sun. And this year Spain is looking to be the likeliest candidate thanks to the recent easing of many of its Covid restrictions, which a number of other holiday spots continue to …

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New books | Past Times Archives: New Frame

This is a slightly edited excerpt from “The Boyhood of a History Professor: Sekiba Lekgoathi in Conversation with Cynthia Kros and John Wright” by Sekiba Lekgoathi, Cynthia Kros and John Wright, in Archives of Times Past: Conversations about South Africa’s Deep History (Wits University Press, 2022), edited by Cynthia …

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Backpacker hostels might be cheap, but there’s so much more to love about them | Lamorna Ash

SA few years ago, at the Naughty Squirrel backpacker hostel in Riga (twice winner of the best hostel in Eastern Europe at the Hoscars), I met a short brunette woman in her thirties . She lay on a bottom bunk, her pregnant belly heaving like a child’s drawing of the …

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Hudson River Maritime Museum Celebrates the Past, Present and Future of Sailing Freight – Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, NY—The Hudson River Maritime Museum is celebrating the past, present and future of sailing freight with a new exhibit opening in May and by co-sponsoring the Northeast Great Grain, also slated to take place in May. The race spans eight northeastern states, including all of the New England states …

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Colorado’s once-forgotten run-down motels get another chance to be cool | Content reserved for subscribers

In the first episode of “Schitt’s Creek”, a suddenly broke family must leave their lavish mansion to reluctantly live in a run-down motel. In late April 2020, the remodeled motel became something the fictional family — and viewers of the hit show — loved. The motel’s takeover story reflected a …

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Kurokawa’s 1972 Nagakin capsule tower will be demolished this week

The dilapidated building with its 144 gray prefab living pods is a rare remaining example of Japanese metabolism but its future has been compromised for years. When the building in the Ginza district was originally constructed, it was planned that the free-standing modules would be repaired or replaced every 25 …

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Oaxaca Coast Travel Guide: Where to Eat and Stay

Mexico has long been a popular destination, but that popularity exploded when the pandemic made travel outside the continent impossible. One booming region is the beautifully sun-kissed Costa Chica along the coast of Oaxaca, where Puerto Escondido in particular has caught the eye of tourists, surfers and bohemian wanderers from …

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10 best hostels around the world

Enjoy the most unforgettable stay at these top 10 hostels around the world. There are too many hostels on the globe to choose from! Other than that, there are too many beautiful and unique hostels to choose from, so what should be the basis for choosing the best hostels in …

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Trip to Iran; All you need to know

I want to share my whole 14 day trip to Iran with you. My intention for this article is first to write my travel memories somewhere as memoir, then maybe it becomes useful for those who want to travel to Iran, especially for girls traveling as me and my travel …

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Playa del Carmen on a budget

Located along the glitzy Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen is undoubtedly one of the most expensive areas in Mexico, but even budget travelers will rejoice in the legion of well-priced apartments, good local restaurants market and affordable day trip options available in Playa del Carmen. For the budget conscious, here …

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Ritu Khanduri becomes the first female Speaker of Uttarakhand Assembly

BJP MLA Ritu Khanduri, the daughter of former Chief Minister BC Khanduri, was elected unopposed as the first female Speaker of Uttarakhand Assembly on Saturday. The announcement of his election was made by pro-tem President Banshidhar Bhagat. His election to the post was a foregone conclusion as the main opposition …

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11 People Share Paranormal Experiences Of Life In Bangalore And They’re Scarier Than Traffic

While some people believe in supernatural beings, others don’t. However, there is one thing in common between all of us: we have all heard paranormal stories from our friends and acquaintances, of encountering a supernatural spirit or being. Today we came across a series of threads where people revealed their …

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Safe spaces for working women: Mortimer Street in the late Victorian and Edwardian era

At the beginning of the 20th century, we might have seen more women than men on Mortimer Street. Photo: Fitzrovia News. If there is one artery in Fitzrovia that invites you to celebrate women’s history, it is rue Mortimer. It may seem trite today, but in the early years of …

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10 tips for an economical trip to India

With its mountains, beaches, palaces, wildlife and gastronomy, there are myriad reasons why India continues to be a top choice for travelers seeking adventure. And while it excels in luxury – offering tourists the chance to stay in the former palaces of Maharajas and bask on the backwaters of Kerala …

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Husbands traveling Australia by cheap van

The husbands decided to pack their bags and travel around Australia, sleeping in their van for a year and a half. Michael Kabourakis, 31, from Sydney and Charlie Douty, 28, from Kent, originally planned to go abroad in 2021, but the pandemic has changed things. Now they’ve been traveling Australia …

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Brunswick’s Notorious Railway Hotel makes a triumphant return as a 965-person mega-pub

Brunswick’s Railway Hotel has long been a North Side institution. And the nearly 140-year-old, three-storey pub on Albert Street has quite the history. It served as a morgue and an inn – among other things – during its long life. More recently, and memorably, it was a pub. But the …

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Ukrainian lure keeps some Nigerians stuck

Ukrainian attractiveness starts with education then a better life By Jeph Ajobaju, Editor-in-Chief Nigeria began evacuating its 5,000 citizens from Ukraine last February and by Sunday around 1,000 had been airlifted via Romania, Poland and Hungary funded by an $8.5 million budget, $100 of which will also be paid to …

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Are you going backpacking? How to choose the right backpack

If you are going hiking, consider getting the right backpack. It’s always important to get one of the right size. Are you going backpacking for the first time? How to choose a backpack? Depending on what one is planning to do, this can be a very important decision to make. …

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Ukraine: why many African and Indian students left for di kontri

March 3, 2022, 5:23 PM NDT New Informate 4 hours wey don pass Where is this photo from? AFP What we call this photo, African students among them cross to Poland from Ukraine The Russian invasion of Ukraine does not result in many civilians, including thousands of international students from …

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10 reasons to visit Kyrgyzstan

KIrgyzstan is an adventurer’s paradise; a tapestry of windswept steppes, frenetic bazaars and still alpine lakes hidden between the towering peaks of the Pamir and Tian Shen mountain ranges. Long known for its ruggedly beautiful hiking and cycle-touring trails, its few towns – which have good air connections – offer …

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From North Clare to the Bagfh Desert

Frank Golden launches his new ‘If You Tolerate This’ collection at the Ennis Book Club Festival. Here he writes about his love for barren and beautiful places IRAN was a place of interest since the early 80’s when I lived and worked in Kuwait. I had gone there to earn …

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Life At Stake, students switch to Share & Care mode | Chandigarh News

Chandigarh: Sharing and caring seems to be the buzzword for Haryana’s aspiring doctors stranded in Ukraine’s war-torn Kharkiv. Aspirins and stethoscopes have been replaced by playing cards and mobile games, and laboratories and classrooms have been replaced by general talks to motivate each other to take refuge in the bunkers …

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Currency Exchange International: A Travel Experience in Marrakech, Morocco Guided by CXI Regional Directors

Getting There I planned the trip to Marrakech on my own and did not use a travel agency. Traveling to Marrakech from Miami, Florida takes around 10-12 hours and often includes a layover. As this was my first solo trip, I had to find deals and was able to fund …

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College students living in cheap hotels to cheat landlords

University student Tigerlily Taylor in her Travelodge hotel room. Photo: @tigerlilytaylorx via tTikTok Do hits until you vomit behind an All Bar One. Late night conversations about nothing in particular with new Freshers friends. Struggling to stay awake in armpit-smelling lecture halls. We all know what University is supposed to …

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At Prayagraj coaching center, years spent waiting for a job, hoping for God or the government

“I have a question for Modiji and Yogiji who claim to have given jobs to crores. Just give us the distribution of these jobs. They will remain exposed,” says Mayank Rai, a native of Ghazipur, a B.Tech from Kanpur, who gave up a private job after three years to try …

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Women live in fear and despair in a South African hostel

A woman can be seen washing clothes in a bathroom faucet at the Helen Joseph Women’s Hostel in Alexandra Township on February 17, 2022. The rule hasn’t changed since apartheid: the place is prohibited for men. In this ramshackle abode in Alexandra, one of South Africa’s most deprived townships, thousands …

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Are you traveling alone? Here are seven of the best cities for solo backpackers

After two years of travel restrictions, we are more than ready to get out there and explore the world. And with a growing number of people booking solo trips, it seems many don’t want to wait for others to explore the countries on their to-do list. According to travel specialists …

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How we make cheap trips as a family of 5

Image source: Getty Images These are our tips for an affordable family vacation. Key points Travel can be expensive, especially with family. Taking to the road, avoiding hotels and maximizing credit card points are just a few ways to save money. Before my husband and I had kids, we used …

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These vibrant hostels are your one-stop-shop for Georgia tours

These hostels in the country of Georgia make it easy to plan and visit this small, historic and mysterious alpine country. Georgia (not to be confused with the state) is an incredible country still largely unknown to the English-speaking West. It is a land of breathtaking natural beauty with plenty …

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Top 10 best destinations for an alternative Spring Break – Kiwi.com

The best things to do and places to go for spring break, whether you’re traveling on a budget, looking for the best beaches, or just fancy some warm weather Kiwi.com offers customers the best deals on cheap flights all year round, so we did some research to find our top …

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Budapest Ruin Bars: Trendy and Controversial

Ruin bars in Budapest: party madness and nostalgia for the past The local government of the 7th district has regulated the opening hours of party venues following public dissatisfaction with noise and pollution A sudden and amazing discovery made by yourself in a strange city, without the help of a …

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Cabinet: Cabinet approves low cost land for social needs | Jaipur News

JAIPUR: The state cabinet has approved the allocation of land free or at preferential rates to various communities for welfare activities. It has decided to maintain the land allotment made earlier at a concessional rate of 5% to the Jatia community in Jodhpur for a girls’ hostel. Cabinet has also …

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Learning to live with my chronic skin disorder

A decade of dermatillomania. We all have coping mechanisms. While my little bubble of life experience probably pales in comparison to others, brains can be cruel. Instead of running, calling a friend, or screaming into a pillow, my coping mechanism is to compulsively scratch my skin for hours, sometimes until …

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Discover Prague for less

Prague has long had a reputation as a top-notch budget getaway city – and although the days of jaw-dropping low prices are over, the Czech capital won’t punish your wallet like many other destinations can. Europeans. Its good value for money is partly due to the affordability of some key …

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A solution to the homelessness crisis?

As the number of people living on the streets continues to rise year after year, a solution has never been more urgent. The homelessness crisis is a tough problem to solve, but modular accommodation may be the answer we’ve been looking for, says PBC Today According to Crisis, the national …

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NON-FICTION: PROCESS OF URBAN CHANGE – Journal

There is a need to understand urbanization from the perspective of those who are marginalized in the process and to challenge this exclusion. It is also possible to illuminate urban processes from the perspective of the Global South, as most urban studies work has been done in the context of …

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Why Prague is a must-visit before the pre-pandemic crowds return

Shortly after arriving at Václav Havel Airport in Prague, a disembodied voice on the tannoy informs us that an FFP2 respirator must be worn throughout the terminal, on public transport and in all public buildings. here are vending machines scattered around, offering respirators for those of us who need to …

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British terrorist warned ‘I’ve got hundreds of bullets’ in phone call to family amid hostage plot in Texas

British terrorist Malik Faisal Akram warned ‘I have hundreds of bullets’ in calls to his family as he threatened hostages, MailOnline has learned. The 44-year-old from Blackburn – seen here with young family members in a new photo – could also be heard speaking out against US involvement in Afghanistan …

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A love, a river, a song, a maybe

There is something moving in the background – A river perhaps? It was in 1998. I was at the Sukreswar ghat at seven o’clock in the morning, facing the gray waters of the Brahmaputra river. As a student of Cotton College, Guwahati, walking along the river was a regular concern …

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Top Hostel Picks for Backpackers in the Country of Georgia

Georgia is a country full of adventure for backpackers, and these hostels are just waiting to add to an already exciting trip. Georgia is a beautiful little country nestled in the Caucasus Mountains between Russia and Turkey. It is one of the most rewarding destinations to visit and everyone should …

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How to Visit the Caribbean on a Budget

When traveling to the Caribbean, your choices are as varied as the islands. But you don’t need to fall for the cliché of expensive beach resorts or secluded boutique getaways costing hundreds of dollars a night. You can enjoy the same gorgeous beaches and deliciously warm blue waters as the …

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Christopher Cape: The French connection

It was the fall of 1962. We had toured the British Isles and had been living in London since September 20th. We had traveled, seen and noticed a myriad of sights on and off the beaten track. My father had, for the past five weeks, been attached to the BBC …

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Top spa and wellness trends for 2022

The global wellness market is currently worth $ 1.5 trillion and shows no signs of slowing down. Lucy Grace predicts this year’s most innovative spa and wellness trends Health is more than ever at the center of our concerns these days. No wonder then that 20.9% annual growth in spa …

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The security breach is a travesty of itself now

[ad_1] Before, Five Nights At Freddy’s was pretty damn scary. Granted, I had my first experience with FNAF when I was a kid, but I had my first experience with Hostel when I was a kid too and it still stands. Jumping addiction aside, the early Five Nights at Freddy …

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Visiting Honduras? Don’t overlook these beautiful beaches

[ad_1] There is no denying that Honduras is a beautiful destination, but these underrated beaches are definitely overlooked by most tourists. Honduras is a beautiful country in Central America that is often overlooked as a tourist destination – often for security reasons. But Honduras offers many attractions. Honduras is a …

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Cape Town: some of the best hostels for backpackers

[ad_1] Hostels are a great budget option for those looking to socialize, and they’re the best one can find in Cape Town. If one is considering hiking in the beautiful coastal city of Cape Town in South Africa, one might wonder where to stay. Cape Town has plenty of hostels …

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Darwin for your enjoyment – TNT Magazine

[ad_1] I was running my own wet t-shirt competition. I was hot, but by no means sexy – I was sweating all over the place. My collar was stretched, stained, and more toxic than Kakadu’s Jabiluka uranium mine. Oh, and my shorts. I had been wearing them for five days …

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Bruges on a Budget – Explore the Historic Belgian City

[ad_1] As I imagine my next weekend in medieval Bruges, I imagine sipping Belgian beer in cozy bars and strolling through quaint cobbled streets where time seems to have stood still. Unfortunately, I soon discover that inflation is not stuck in this time distortion and that the Flemish capital caters …

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BBC Two Mary Berry Love to Cook: Star was attacked by bedbugs after BBC put her in a £ 25-a-night hostel

[ad_1] Dame Mary Berry is back on our screens preparing for a storm, but being on TV hasn’t always been easy. The former Great British Bake Off judge was forced to lock him up in a cheap £ 25-a-night hostel when the show started and ended up being attacked by …

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Fear This Fire: It’s No Ordinary – The Friday Times

[ad_1] Days after a disturbed crowd of at least 4,000 people in Charsadda set a police station on fire for refusing to hand over a suspect accused of desecrating the Quran (and who, according to police officials local, at least, clearly suffers from a mental illness), an incident of far …

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The last straw – News Nation USA

[ad_1] Last week, a Mallorcan restaurateur sadly shook his head and pointed his finger at empty tables in his restaurant. He told me that the last decree of the regional government, force restaurants with 50 or more seats to scan the passports of Covid-19 customers, just before the Christmas season, …

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Anna Nicholas: The last straw

[ad_1] Last week, a Mallorcan restaurateur sadly shook his head and pointed his finger at empty tables in his restaurant. He told me that the last decree of the regional government, force restaurants with 50 or more seats to scan the passports of Covid-19 customers, just before the Christmas season, …

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Top 5 hostels to stay in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico

[ad_1] Share the article Last update 8 hours ago Looking to visit paradise on a budget? Here are some of the best hostels in Playa del Carmen for solo travelers, party animals and more. Che Playa Inn & Bar Best hostel for: Backpackers looking to mix local culture and late …

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