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Fiordland National Park: A Beautiful and Majestic Place to Explore (Video)

Fiordland National Park is packed with awe-inspiring sights you can’t see anywhere else. While Norway and Iceland are both known for their fjords, you haven’t seen anything until you’ve reached New Zealand. Fiordland is a World Heritage Site and home to the magnificent Milford Soun Read More

Portugal's Junta de Freguesia de Dornes

Bordered by the beautiful Zêzere river, Junta de Freguesia de Dornes is home to a traditional Greek-style village that is home to approximately 700 people, giving it that Portuguese small-town charm. One of the peninsula's most famous attributes is its gorgeous beach, if one is brave enoug Read More

Alcobaça: The Heart of the Portuguese Culture

Alcobaça, a small city that’s been around for ages, sits in a valley along the central coast of Portugal. Known for its massive gothic cathedrals and quiet beachside villages, Alcobaça represents the heart of the Portuguese culture. With majority of the city’s structures se Read More

Understanding Stocks and The Most Important Consideration When Investing in Stocks

A stock, very simply put, is a piece of ownership in the profits or cash assets of a company. Ownership of a stock is represented by a paper or digital certificate. This very definition holds the key to how you should look at investing in stocks. However, we’ll address how to invest in st Read More

Liechtenstein: Princely Moments and Activities in Liechtenstein

“I came into another planet!” It was my first thought when I stepped into the city Schaan in the Principality of Liechtenstein. Being the largest city in Liechtenstein, Schaan is the major point of connection with Switzerland. As the country does not possess an airport and has sc Read More

Lake Tahoe Beauty and Fun from Summer to Winter

Tucked under the snow-capped Sierra Nevada Mountain range, lies the pristine blue Lake Tahoe; a destination that is set for fun and beauty at any time of the year. However, in the past, the area served as the transcontinental route for railroads and highways. The increase in the number of Read More

What Is The Importance Of The Respite Care Centres?

Helping hand at the time of age rising could be the best option to go with Vermont aged care; a platform where people get the company of each other. Aged care Glen Waverley a place for parents to live their life with pleasure and natural environment.  The care and health treatment that they req Read More

I Thought

Posterity will be given a topic to talk on, an ever continuous topic, an unending case into reality, a pragmatic topic and a purpose driven inquisitiveness that runs down the spines of people like me, certainly, it is 'how I thought you think'. I started questioning my peers on the decision Read More

Professional Photographer Buys Her First Point and Shoot Camera and LOVES IT!

I am a professional photographer and I just purchased a point and shoot camera for the very first time. I chose the Nikon Coolpix P7700. Why is this a big deal? First, let me put things in perspective as to why is is a monumental moment in my life. I bought my first SLR camera in the early 70's. Read More

My Time On A Ventilator

You groggily awaken in the OR. Your surgery has ended so you close your eyes for a peaceful recovery. Without warning, you feel as though you’re being propelled through a wind tunnel and somewhere off in the distance, you hear someone shout, “Hurry, she’s not breathing.” Someone else shouts: “Her Read More

Harnessing our Thoughts, Productive People Style

Harnessing our Thoughts, Productive People Style April 15, 2019 Thinking is an active process that can lead to passive thoughts that are  really frozen language.  Thoughts are frozen when we do not act on them. This can be the case for both good and bad thoughts. Since this Blog is a Read More

Gotta Go, But Where?

I have absolutely no tolerance for rude people, especially when they’re rude to the handicapped. There is really no excuse for them. Here is an example of what drives me absolutely batty: Mom and I were at a store and she needed to use the ladies’ room. Okay, not a problem. Since mom uses a wal Read More