Month: April 2020

©loneroc/Shutterstock Klamath River Overlook, California With beachside vacations being put on hold with coronavirus-related closures, there’s an alternative way to access sand and surf – right from your screen. Across United States, the nation’s beaches are being represented on screen from coast to coast. Embrace these picturesque views across the United States through these web
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India Adventure vlogs filmed in September 2013 for the Rickshaw Run All in aid of teenage cancer trust Donate here! http://www.givey.com/louis Full series on http://www.youtube.com/Jacksgap Jack & Finn http://www.youtube.com/jacksgap Ben Brown: http://www.youtube.com/benbrown100 Louis Cole: http://www.youtube.com/FunForLouis Max Cantellow: https://twitter.com/MaxCantellow Will Darbyshire: https://twitter.com/willdarbyshire Jack Harries: https://twitter.com/jacksgap Finn Harries: https://twitter.com/finnharries follow what i’m up to Tweets by funforlouis
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Japanese dishes vary depending on the region, but common throughout the country are open-air markets serving street snacks like taiyaki — fish-shaped treats filled with red-bean paste — fluffy soufflé pancakes, and tako tamago — grilled octopus stuffed with a quail egg. We traveled south from Tokyo to the Okinawa Islands to explore these dishes
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The Norwegian ski resort of Myrkdalen has become the first major European resort to reopen after the coronavirus pandemic forced a premature end to the continent’s winter season. Following the lifting of some lockdown rules by the country’s government, bosses at Myrkdalen have decided to allow Norwegian guests to visit and make the most of the superb
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Cooking And Coping is a series by @HungryEditor profiling people on what they are cooking and how they are coping in this world of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. May Lee Courtesy of Leslie Rockitter May Lee is a Long Beach, California based broadcast journalist that has been working for 30 years as an anchor, host, correspondent, and producer
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In this lockdown world of limited freedom, almost everyone is planning their next move. For many, that means dreaming of their next travel experience; plotting the first place they’ll go when we are free to roam once more. If there’s anyone that deserves a break once coronavirus has abated, it’s the hard-working men and women
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An employee works near a Boeing 737 Max aircraft at Boeing’s 737 Max production facility in Renton, Washington, U.S. December 16, 2019. Lindsey Wasson | Reuters Boeing is scheduled to report first-quarter earnings before the market opens on Wednesday, as the company faces both coronavirus and the more than yearlong grounding of its best-selling plane, the
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(CNN) — Somewhere on that 7 a.m. Greyhound bus journey between Port Authority and Albany, I started crying. Being stranded by a blizzard in New York had been fun at first: crunching through piled-high sidewalks was a Christmas movie come true. But the record-breaking snowfall in the Eastern United States from December 16 to 20,
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(CNN) — Right now, most of us can only explore the pyramids and archaeological wonders of Egypt online, but excavations and explorations into the country’s ancient past remain ongoing. Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced the unearthing of five limestone sarcophagi and four wooden coffins containing human mummies. These incredible archaeological finds were
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