Hua Hin’s Splendid Klai Kangwon Palace – Bon Voyage

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February 14, 2020 at 9:55 am I like the softer shades of colour used on the buildings.
Serenity is so obvious even through your photos .

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To date, the company has already rolled out larger bottles at about 1,000 properties in North America , and now expects most of its other hotels to make the switch by December 2020.
When fully implemented across the globe, Marriott International ’s expanded toiletry program is expected to prevent about 500 million tiny bottles annually from going to landfills; that’s about 1.7 million pounds of plastic, a 30% annual reduction from current amenity plastic usage.
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2019 at 9:50 pm Maybe about time

but sometimes these little containers come in quite handy… Air travel with just hand luggage.

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 Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Open Source

Open source software and hardware is changing the way we think while also changing the way major software and hardware businesses re-think their strategies.
Open source stuff may be free, which is what a lot of us users love, but it ain’t perfect either.
But even in today’s standards, highly priced systems also may not be the perfect replacement or solution.
In the computing world, major producers and software developers have reigned in generations of users purchasing, using and depending on their products.
Even till today, many of us are so used to using the same old software and hardware from these producers for their reliability and brand name-sake.
But as these businesses want to carve bigger slices of the market pie, users tend to shun and shy away looking for cheaper alternatives.
Some users even look to find ways to keep the old stuff running even if its just for a little while more.
As hardware manufacturers constantly try to push hardware capabilities, software developers have to keep up by creating new patches or versions of their operating systems and platforms to enable software to operate on these new machines.
In doing so, the easiest way to increase profits is to disable support or ‘pull the plug’ on older versions and force users to upgrade or sign up for perpetual monthly-based subscriptions to keep your software life-support on.
This would inevitably end the hardware and software business continuity model or framework that most businesses had implemented years ago, assuming that all their hardware and software systems can continue to work over the next 10 years.
Open source was created as a collaborative development socio-workspace where liked minded geniuses would help contribute to society by offering their expertise and knowledge in solving software and hardware problems for free.
To protect the intellectual property work of these contributions, a general use license is afforded and users must credit back the rights of use to its open source developers.
These geniuses have spent hours of passionate labour in creating alternate forms of software, systems and tweaks to make even older systems and software continue to run.
Hence for many, open source is close to a form of software and hardware liberty and freedom, breaking from the bondage of increasingly expensive licenses and monthly subscriptions.
It also helps older systems and platforms that we love  continue to operate in today’s environment, even expanding some capabilities further.
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Travel Fears: How & Why You Should Fight Them

Ahhh, a motivational post all about travel fears.
Cheerful, huh.
However, let’s be real for five seconds.
A fear of traveling is very common especially among people who wanna explore the world alone.
I have a lot of experience combating my own travel fears so I think I’m in a good position to help you.

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Airport Anxiety: Your Guide to Stopping Travel Stress

Posted on January 10, 2019March 4, 2020 by Argh, lots of people experience airport anxiety on their travels.
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Departure Day isn’t exactly fun

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Posted on July 16, 2018May 25, 2020 by We all know a lot of people are scared of flying. It’s a remarkably common fear.
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San Francisco’s reputation as a rollicking city where almost anything goes dates back to the boom-or-bust days of the California gold rush.
It’s always been this way: This city is so beautiful, so exciting and diverse, and so cosmopolitan that you can always find something new to see and do no matter if it’s your 1st or 50th visit.
Oh, and bring a warm jacket: Bob Hope once remarked that San Francisco is the city of four seasons—every day.
Consistently ranked as America’s Favorite City, San Francisco never ceases to entertain.

Enjoy the cool blast of salty air as you stroll across the Golden Gate

Stuff yourself with dim sum in Chinatown

Browse the secondhand shops along Haight Street

Recite poetry in a North Beach coffeehouse

Stroll Ocean Beach, skate through Golden Gate Park, ride the cable cars to Fisherman’s Wharf, tour a Victorian mansion, explore Alcatraz Island, go to a Giants ball game—the list is endless.
ShoppingOh baby, start polishing that credit card.
Some of our favorites include strolling the hip boutiques in Hayes Valley, gourmet delicacies at the Ferry Building Marketplace.

The wow factor of Union Square and Westfield San Francisco Centre

real vinyl records on Haight Street, and the weird-to-wonderful shopping bazaar that is Chinatown.
Nightlife & EntertainmentIt’s true: San Francisco sells more theater tickets per capita than any major city in America.

We love to watch our recycled Broadway musicals at the A

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And transgender tragedies at Theatre Rhinoceros

The San Francisco Symphony, Opera, and Ballet are three great reasons to dress up.
Sunday’s a Drag (show) at Harry Denton’s Starlight Room, while anything goes down at the EndUp.
Stanton Moore is at the Boom Boom Room, and Tainted Love is sold out at Bimbo’s 365 Club.

Let’s end the night with a Golden Gate Martini at Top of the Mark

Restaurants & DiningWith more than 4,415 restaurants in San Francisco

you could eat at a different restaurant every night for 10 years and still not visit them all.
Try Afghan, Burmese, Cambodian, Cajun, Moroccan, Persian, Ethiopian—or better yet, follow the street food craze at RoamingHunger.com/sf in search of Sam’s Chowder Mobile, the Chairman, and Waffle Mania food trucks.
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