Month: June 2022

DAY 612 // 11TH OCTOBER 2014 Follow.. Steve http://www.youtube.com/stevebooker follow what i’m up to as it happens on Snap chat: FunForLouis Tweets by louiscole http://www.facebook.com/funforlouis http://www.instagram.com/louiscole http://www.funforlouis.tumblr.com FIND THE NOMADS http://www.findthenomads.com http://instagram.com/findthenomads Tweets by findthenomads http://www.youtube.com/findthenomads http://www.facebook.com/findthenomads upload video intros to youtube unlisted (IN LANDSCAPE) and email me the link at submissions@funforlouis.com follow what i’m
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Image: Sunseeker There’s a classic Maxell cassette ad from the 1980s that shows a man literally getting blown away by music from his stereo. He’s hunched down in the seat, hair streaming back, having to stop his wine glass from being pushed off the table because of the pulsing music. The low seats in the
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(CNN) — It’s finally here: the end of fee-free travel to the European Union. The EU has announced the launch of its long-awaited visa waiver scheme, ETIAS, to debut in May 2023. While ETIAS is not the same as a visa — it is quicker, done online, and requires no biometric information — there is
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Sardinia is undoubtedly best known for limpid turquoise sea and exquisite beaches on the Costa Smeralda, but there are plenty of those elsewhere on the island too, and for a fraction of the price. Food and wine is just as important here as well – the island is a designated ‘Blue Zone’, a region where
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My heartiest and heartfelt congratulations to Clif Bar & Company and its employees on their landmark agreement to sell to Mondelēz International! The natural energy, nutrition and snack bar maker – 20% owned by its employees – sold itself for $2.9 billion, with additional earnout possibilities. Clif Bar and Gary Erickson and Kit Crawford, its
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(CNN) — Considering a big move this year? You may want to think about Canada or western Europe. The annual ranking of the world’s most liveable cities has just been released by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), and 2022’s Global Liveability Index shows some marked differences from the previous year. The EIU, which is a
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If health concerns over traditional meat consumption, such as heart disease and harmful cholesterol, are priming the consumer switch to the plant-based counterparts, environmental issues, notably overfishing, are what’s driving the latest craze of seafood alternatives — a whopping $175 million was invested into the sector globally in 2021, Good Food Institute showed, increasing by
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DAY 496 // 17TH JUNE 2014 Go Subscribe to Steve http://www.youtube.com/stevebooker Ben http://www.youtube.com/benbrown100 Mark & Alex https://www.youtube.com/user/vagabrothers Oli http://www.youtube.com/theOliwhitetv Tessa http://www.youtube.com/theremodelchannel Greg https://twitter.com/TheBoondoogle Adrian https://twitter.com/adrianbliss This video was kindly sponsored by Starbucks! FIND THE NOMADS http://www.findthenomads.com http://instagram.com/findthenomads Tweets by findthenomads http://www.youtube.com/findthenomads http://www.facebook.com/findthenomads upload video intros to youtube unlisted (in landscape) and message me the link
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Watch – Extreme Thai Street Food: https://youtu.be/XxDTDCfXgEw Subscribe http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe for 2 new videos every week T-shirts and caps: https://goo.gl/6WdK1l One of the best sushi omakase restaurants in Bangkok is Umi, and I went to their Gaysorn Village location (https://www.facebook.com/Umigaysorn/). A group of my friends own the restaurant and they had just received a fresh piece
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Editor’s Note — This CNN Travel series is, or was, sponsored by the country it highlights. CNN retains full editorial control over subject matter, reporting and frequency of the articles and videos within the sponsorship, in compliance with our policy. Al Wathba, Abu Dhabi (CNN) — Drive an hour or so southeast out of the
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Corfu has long enticed conquerors and holidaymakers with its intoxicating mix of historical monuments, lush hillsides, blue skies, sand and pebble beaches and calm, azure waters. British and French influences can be seen in Corfu’s atmospheric Old Town – however, it’s obvious that the Venetians, who stayed around for 400 years, exerted the greatest sociocultural
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