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Uyghurs and Tibetans locked out of Airbnb in China's latest crackdown on ethnic minorities

Human rights violations in Xinjiang - where more than one million Uyghurs are estimated to have been detained in 're-education' camps - have been so severe that the UK, US, EU and Canada announced coordinated sanctions against Chinese officials in March. As such, rights groups have been calling for companies to rethink their footprint in China.

Jul 27, 2021 by By Sophia Yan - The Telegraph
Tech News
You May Need A COVID Vaccine Passport To Travel In 2021 World News · Dec 29, 2020 by CBS local

Now that coronavirus vaccines are starting to roll out in the US and abroad, many people may be dreaming of the day when they can travel, shop and go to the movies again. But in order to do those activities, you may eventually need something in addition to the vaccine: a vaccine passport application.


Real Estate Listings for Sale in Bahamas Travel & Recreation Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by MCR Bahamas Group

Search through our list of homes for Sale in Bahamas. Explore a large selection of Bahamas Real Estate.


Qantas Airways CEO Says COVID Vaccination Will be Mandatory For Travel World News · Nov 25, 2020 by Paul Joseph Watson - Summit News

A man who was angry at a pair of female hikers for not wearing masks spat at them before claiming, "I have COVID." The video clip shows the man walking up to the pair before he spits towards them and says, "I have COVID, I've been tested positive," before spitting at them again.


NYC Will Have Covid Checkpoints at Key Bridges and Crossings Travel & Recreation News · Nov 25, 2020 by Stacie Sherman via Bloomberg
New York City will have vehicle checkpoints at key bridges and crossings, and will strictly enforce the travel quarantine, Sheriff Joseph Fucito said.
Bunker with a bowling alley: How the rich are running from coronavirus

Hand sanitizer? Sure. Face masks? Fine. But as the coronavirus spreads, the rich are investing in a much more extreme way to ward off the disease: bunkers. Inquiries and sales are skyrocketing for bunkers and shelters across the country.

Nov 25, 2020 by Jack Flemming - LA Times
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Full Moon Photo Looks Like Mysterious Giant Eye Through Rock Arch in Utah

Phoenix, Arizona nature photographer Zach Cooley recently captured a stunning photo of the full moon passing through North Windows Arch in Arches National Park in Utah that resembles a giant eye. Cooley planned an entire vacation mostly around the fact that the moonrise would align with this arch, and that he could get something resembling a spooky eye on the week of Halloween on October 28th, 2020.

Dec 02, 2020 by PetaPixel
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This map of Earth is the most accurate ever produced, and it looks completely different Travel & Recreation Blogs · Mar 09, 2020 by indy100

Japanese architect Hajime Narukawa claims to have tackled a centuries-old problem - how to draw an oblate spheroid Earth on a flat plane. He claims the above map, called the AuthaGraph World Map, achieves this task.


World's first manned aerobatic drone shown pulling loops and rolls Tech Blogs · Mar 09, 2020 by New Atlas

This racy-looking 12-rotor coaxial multicopter has been filmed in Croatia pulling extreme rolls and loops, and carrying a human on board. Not at the same time, mind you, but still, to see a drone of this size pulling stunts like this is astonishing.


Wareen Buffet & Why Denver Never Got a Commuter Railway to Boulder - RTD stunned by BNSF's charge for use of northwest rail lines Politics Blogs · Jan 06, 2020 by David Migoya

A stunned silence met Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway officials when they told the Regional Transportation District how much it would cost to allow commuter-rail service on its lines from Westminster to Longmont. $535 million. Upfront. The price - delivered during an October meeting in Chicago - was close to RTD's own calculations for the last and longest segment of the FasTracks commuter system.


Backpacking The Colorado Trail Segments 3,2,1 Travel & Recreation Blogs · Jun 13, 2019 by Restless Wonderer

The Colorado Trail - Segments 3,2,1 4 Days and 3 nights Bailey CO to Waterton Canyon My buddy Chris and I decided to take advantage of a long weekend, and spend three nights out on The Colorado Trail. We started at the Lost Creek Trailhead outside of Bailey, CO and then went backwards through segments 3,2,1, finishing in Waterton Canyon.


As was predicted, Uber's IPO means you'll be paying higher fares for your rides

Uber's first-quarter earnings report released Thursday - its first since the ride-sharing company went public on May 10 - disclosed more than the financial condition of the company. It also opened a window on the economic reality of the ride-sharing business.

Jun 03, 2019 by Michael Hiltzik
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Samurai Orchid Show And Hunting For Orchids In The Wild: Cycling Japan Road Trip Botany & Horticulture Blogs · May 28, 2019 by botanyboy1

Please visit us at: botanyboy.org/ Each year in early July one of Japan's most celebrated orchids comes into bloom, Neofinetia falcata, often called samurai or wind orchids in the west. Specialized forms of this plant are called fukiran in Japan, literally translating as wealth and rank orchid or riches and honors orchid.


Thórsmörk Volcano Hike Iceland - Super Jeep Safari & Volcano Hike Travel & Recreation Blogs · May 23, 2019 by Arctic Adventures Iceland

Driver Guided Super Jeep Tour to Þórsmörk Valley & Hiking Tour in the Foothills of Eyjafjallajökull & Fimmvörðuháls Volcanoes. Have you been on this tour with us? What was your favorite moment? Let us know in comments below! Don't forget to subscribe for more adventures! Nature is the Adventure!


In print: Fire Mountain · Dirt Rag Sports Blogs · May 23, 2019 by Dirt Rag

Editor's Note: This story first appeared in issue 207 of Dirt Rag Magazine. Like what you see? Subscribe now to catch issue 211, on its way to mailboxes real soon.


Watch: How Much Faster Are Pro Women Mountain Bikers? - Singletracks Mountain Bike News Sports Blogs · May 14, 2019 by Video Share

Pro DH racer Tracey Hannah shares some speed and confidence tips you likely have never heard, and shows us how much faster she is than your average amateur rider.



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Real Estate Listings for Sale in Bahamas

Search through our list of homes for Sale in Bahamas. Explore a large selection of Bahamas Real Estate.

Dec 29, 2020 by MCR Bahamas Group
Travel & Recreation Blogs
Full Moon Photo Looks Like Mysterious Giant Eye Through Rock Arch in Utah

Phoenix, Arizona nature photographer Zach Cooley recently captured a stunning photo of the full moon passing through North Windows Arch in Arches National Park in Utah that resembles a giant eye. Cooley planned an entire vacation mostly around the fact that the moonrise would align with this arch, and that he could get something resembling a spooky eye on the week of Halloween on October 28th, 2020.

Dec 02, 2020 by PetaPixel
Travel & Recreation Blogs
This map of Earth is the most accurate ever produced, and it looks completely different

Japanese architect Hajime Narukawa claims to have tackled a centuries-old problem - how to draw an oblate spheroid Earth on a flat plane. He claims the above map, called the AuthaGraph World Map, achieves this task.

Mar 09, 2020 by indy100
Travel & Recreation Blogs
World's first manned aerobatic drone shown pulling loops and rolls

This racy-looking 12-rotor coaxial multicopter has been filmed in Croatia pulling extreme rolls and loops, and carrying a human on board. Not at the same time, mind you, but still, to see a drone of this size pulling stunts like this is astonishing.

Mar 09, 2020 by New Atlas
Tech Blogs
Wareen Buffet & Why Denver Never Got a Commuter Railway to Boulder - RTD stunned by BNSF's charge for use of northwest rail lines

A stunned silence met Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway officials when they told the Regional Transportation District how much it would cost to allow commuter-rail service on its lines from Westminster to Longmont. $535 million. Upfront. The price - delivered during an October meeting in Chicago - was close to RTD's own calculations for the last and longest segment of the FasTracks commuter system.

Jan 06, 2020 by David Migoya
Politics Blogs
Backpacking The Colorado Trail Segments 3,2,1

The Colorado Trail - Segments 3,2,1 4 Days and 3 nights Bailey CO to Waterton Canyon My buddy Chris and I decided to take advantage of a long weekend, and spend three nights out on The Colorado Trail. We started at the Lost Creek Trailhead outside of Bailey, CO and then went backwards through segments 3,2,1, finishing in Waterton Canyon.

Jun 13, 2019 by Restless Wonderer
Travel & Recreation Blogs
As was predicted, Uber's IPO means you'll be paying higher fares for your rides

Uber's first-quarter earnings report released Thursday - its first since the ride-sharing company went public on May 10 - disclosed more than the financial condition of the company. It also opened a window on the economic reality of the ride-sharing business.

Jun 03, 2019 by Michael Hiltzik
Tech Blogs
Samurai Orchid Show And Hunting For Orchids In The Wild: Cycling Japan Road Trip

Please visit us at: botanyboy.org/ Each year in early July one of Japan's most celebrated orchids comes into bloom, Neofinetia falcata, often called samurai or wind orchids in the west. Specialized forms of this plant are called fukiran in Japan, literally translating as wealth and rank orchid or riches and honors orchid.

May 28, 2019 by botanyboy1
Botany & Horticulture Blogs



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