- Llevo dos semanas danzando por España, ya tengo ganas de volver a mi Sevilla y disfrutar de sus colores en otoño, y de los atardeceres en el Puente de Triana
I've been traveling for two weeks around Spain, and I want to return to my Seville and enjoy its colors in autumn, and the sunsets at the Puente de Triana
Comments23/09/2017 #1 David 🐝 Martín AlonsoLlevo dos semanas danzando por España, ya tengo ganas de volver a mi Sevilla y disfrutar de sus colores en otoño, y de los atardeceres en el Puente de Triana
I've been traveling for two weeks around Spain, and I want to return to my Seville and enjoy its colors in autumn, and the sunsets at the Puente de Triana
#ExploreSevilla #Travel #VisitSpain #TourGuide
- Producer23/09/2017Millennial Travel statistics 2017- They want to be treated differently by Travel BusinessesThe millennial travel group has increased a lot in numbers. There is a lot they want from eCommerce Travel Business. Know more about the millennial needs in this...
- 23/09/2017How to get a refund for trips disrupted by hurricane seasonwww.businessinsider.com Puerto Rico has been devastated by Hurricane Maria, and officials say power could be out for months. Here's what that means for...
- La Colegiata de Santa María de Toro es un edificio construido en la segunda mitad del siglo XII, en tiempos del reinado de Fernando II de León,
The Collegiate Church of Santa María de Toro is a building built in the second half of the 12th century, during the reign of Fernando II de León.
#ExploreToro #VisitSpain #Travel #TourGuide
Comments22/09/2017 #9 David 🐝 Martín Alonso#7 De hecho es una de las cosas que hago, diseño rutas a la carta para todo tipo de visitantes. Mis clientes suelen ser Canadienses, Australianos, Norteamericanos, Mexicanos.
Estoy trabajando en un circuito para unas agencias americanas, empezando en Portugal (Lisboa, Oporto, Braga), Pasando a Salamanca, Cáceres, Sevilla, Córdoba, Granada, Madrid.
Estos circuitos son en privado (2 a 6 pax), no como los que estoy haciendo ahora que son en grupos enormes, el de ahora es de 79 pax
Por supuesto, ciudades y monumentos Patrimonio de la Humanidad22/09/2017 #8 Yolanda Ávila MárquezEl Real Monaterio de Santa María de Guadalupe, es uno de los 3.168 bienes inmuebles de interés cultural de la Iglesia Católica en España y uno de los 18 declarados Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco, Todos ellos generaron en 2014 un impacto económico de 22.620 millones de euros en el PIB de España (2,17% del PIB) y un total de 225.300 empleos. ¡Ya tienes algo más que contar en tu ruta @David 🐝 Martín Alonso! jajaja
- MybeBeeTV incredible live streams on every topics and passion you can share on beBee: https://www.bebee.com/group/my-bebeetv join now and find how to reach live streams https://www.facebook.com/MybeBeeTV/
- 21/09/2017Palacio de San Carlos, edificio del Siglo XVI, situado en la Plaza Mayor de Trujillo,
San Carlos Palace, XVI Century, in Plaza Mayor, Trujillo, Spain
- Producer21/09/2017WATCH OUR VLOG ABOUT THE FIRST EVER CANADA PRIDE IN MONTREALCanada hosted its first ever national pride in 2017 in Montreal and we were lucky to be there to soak it all up.There were world famous drag queens, super sexy boys, incredible outfits and more.Watch our latest vlog about it right here, and please...
- Producer21/09/2017Beijing China Travel Service Looking for a experienced Amzing Beijing tour? Find out more about Beijing tours including Beijing Private Tour, Beijing Group Tour, Beijing China Great Wall Tours and nearby Beijing City Tour. You could pick all the part or put them together.You...
- Producer21/09/2017Traditional Weaving - Kahayan River, Kalimantan The Plaited Craft As Mina Herta sat on the wooden floor of her humble weathered eighty-year-old home, she flexed her big toe and masterfully plaited three strands of rattan. This would soon become a handle for the rice basket she was...
- 21/09/2017Plaza Mayor de Trujillo, entre los arcos de la plaza porticada se erige la estatua de Pizarro desafiante mirando hacia el Nuevo Mundo
Statue of Pizarro, Conqueror of Peru, looking challenging towards west, to the New World
- Producer20/09/2017The Charm Of Luxury Vacations!Google defines luxury as a state of great comfort or elegance, especially when involving great expense. When money isn't an issue and the need for relaxation in a huge spacious area with unlimited benefits is your thing, then luxury vacations are a...
- Producer20/09/2017Online Travel Booking Trends 2017 - Build a Travel Booking Website like Tripadvisor & MakemytripCheck out this travel industry imploring infographic conceptualized & developed by Apptha. The infographic explains the recent trends that the online travel booking industry has been witnessing in the recent years. Also, how the industry has...
- 19/09/2017Castello Ducale in Umbria, Italy.
Photo by John Galbo.image-store.slidesharecdn.com
- Producer19/09/2017How many crew member will come to Beijing China ? What they will do ?Airline Cabin Crew Member Transport Service:Dear crew members from all over the world :We special offer private transport service for all airline company cabin crew members when you flying to Beijing China with your colleagues , your family members...
- Producer18/09/2017Time Travel in Rome!An important marker in the history of mankind and the nerve centre of ancient art, architectural marvels, political intrigue. It is currently a bustling cosmopolis which has achieved perfect sync of merging ancient times with modern era.The...
Comments20/09/2017 #17 David 🐝 Martín Alonso#7 Yes we do bro, you know time is my battle, i´m trying hard to solve it, but trust me we´l get where it becomes necessary to do something about all this stuff #MybeBeeTv @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador View more#7 Yes we do bro, you know time is my battle, i´m trying hard to solve it, but trust me we´l get where it becomes necessary to do something about all this stuff #MybeBeeTv @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador #ExploreEspana #ExploreSpain Close19/09/2017 #10 Vega 🐝 Gómez Hernández#9 En Plasencia, por supuesto Catedral o Parador, la Casa del Deán con su balcón en ángulo, y yo le tengo mucho cariño a la Torre Lucía, parte de la antigua muralla restaurada... mi cole queda justo detrás.
En Cáceres hay muchísimos, la parte antigua es una belleza. El conjunto del Arco de la Estrella y la Torre del Bujaco son su entrada, como sin duda sabes. No hace demasiado hicimos un recorrido nocturno con escenas dramatizadas con un guía muy bueno que a lo mejor conoces :D
- 19/09/2017A view down the San Juan River to Pagosa Springs in the southern Colorado Rockies. http://www.familytravelescapades.com/pagosa-springs-colorado/
- Producer18/09/2017How to Surrender Your PainSome people say, control is rooted in fear. I guess it depends on what you are trying to control. Trying to control the religious and sexual preferences of others is certainly a fear based thing to do. We cannot control the habits of other people....
Comments20/09/2017 #32 Bernard Poulin#21 A book of observations re the evolution of 2 realms : that of the art world and that world belonging to "others" - those who are not of the 'art world' . It is a book of observations - at times provocative, at times not - collected over decades and finally catalogued into a "bathroom" book - (for one clip at a time pondering) :) I just hope it makes readers "think" - a seemingly lost art that once was prolific in our varied worlds. published in 2015 under the title: "On Life, Death And Nude Painting". (I'd love to send you one for review along with my other) : "Beyond Discouragement, Creativity". (2010) Thanks for asking.19/09/2017 #27 Jerry FletcherLyon, congratulations for being able to put lucid thoughts into the world about how to cope with hitting the wall. You will find your way because you refuse to be trapped into thinking there is only one. I look forward to your further adventures and seeing where you emerge. You may or may not become rich and famous but keep writing because in that way you will continue to be influential.19/09/2017 #26 Nicole ChardenetYou nailed it, Lyon. It's all about surrendering and just 'going with the flow' as it says in the Tao. You can't control other people or what they think of you, only live true to yourself. The ones who get you, they're your friends. The ones who don't, joke 'em if they can't take a ....19/09/2017 #25 Chas ✌️ Wyatt"First, we must stop repeating to ourselves and others the details of the events or people that caused us pain. We do this not to deny the facts but to push ourselves out of the seduction of tunnel vision into a broader landscape that can reveal potent opportunities for growth.
Then we ask ourselves hard questions: Are we in a cauldren of pain or a chalice of opportunity?"~ Jean Houston, "A Passion for the Possible".19/09/2017 #22 Lyon Brave#20 @Devesh 🐝 Bhatt It would be weird if we did considering we have almost nothing in common. We don't have the same native language, parents, and we weren't raised in the same country. We are not the same gender or ethnicity. It would be worrisome if we thought alike18/09/2017 #19 Bernard PoulinAmazing how you say things that get me to think about other things both related and not. So the word control as to fear as to controlling others makes me think about thoughts from a few years ago. Your fault!
- A democracy exponentially defined by its rules (control) is decreasingly recognized for its freedoms. - 2014
- Democracies are not strong nor are they progressive because they allow their citizens to think or speak out. They are strong and progressive when their citizens have never once had to wonder or worry about or even ask themselves whether they could or could not. - 2015
- To choose to become a better human being is a process of faith, not of controlling precepts. - 1998
- We are all ultimately free of any and all restraints (controls) - except those we impose upon our “selves”.
Sorry if my mind is not focused on the specifics of surrendering my pain. (Hell, I didn't know I was supposed to have some!) My bad!
Basically, I think you make people think and that was the whole purpose of my last book and so you're a kindred spirit of a younger kind and (as per your last largesse promo of "moi") a damned generous one at that! :) So now I'll go back to painting this complex portrait I am doing and try to make sense of my need for "self-control".18/09/2017 #18 Lyon Brave#17 @Devesh 🐝 Bhatt thank you for clarifying what you meant. You are getting into very abstract philosophical concepts like how do we know a tree really exist? No matter the structure of the universe or what role humans ultimately play in the universe, big or small, humans definitely can control some things. We can control to kill or not. That's a pretty big thing, humans choose. I know I have free will and choice over my actions because I have been hurt by poor choices and uplifted by better ones. I don't feel larger than life. I know I am very small if not insignificant in the big picture. However, I tend to focus on my life and what I can do in it and that makes me very powerful in my journey, because I am almost 100% focused on my own unique human experience. I am a very primal being, even primitive, worried about survival. Honestly, I am not worried about pondering these vague and abstract questions about the meaning of life. My take on spirituality is likely to be one of the most grounded earthy takes there ever was. With that being said, I can't control if it rains, who loves me, who hates me, if a meter destroys the earth, or if idiots make Donald Trump president. I could of spent the next four years super pissed about Donald Trump being elected lol. My point is you go to let things go lol...surrendering is facing reality and not living in a dream18/09/2017 #17 Devesh 🐝 Bhatt#16 "this will slide" as in this will move easily from thought into action.. Clarifying what i meant. It was careless of me.
Quote "honestly a lot of our lives is out of our control".... " surrendering is out to stop suffering"
I presumed that the basis was do not try to control what is out of control or what can never be controlled.
What if "surrender" here means to surrender to the facgt that there is no such thing as "control".
Just a predictable system co existing with countless unpredictable anomalies, including the human will.
What if we are not the system but the anomaly that helps the system transcend. If we oppose the transcendence,we cease to be our natural selves.18/09/2017 #16 Lyon Brave#15 This article never mentions anything being out of control, though it is talking about control and releasing the desire to control. Thus, there is nothing to let slide as there are no thematic errors or contradictions in thought. However, if we are assuming everything is out of control, this would clearly stem from a desire to control life and being uncomfortable with our lock of control instead of learning to flow is a source of stress and anxiety. Thank you @Devesh 🐝 Bhatt
- Producer18/09/2017“ Here’s Looking At You Kid.” A Few Days In Casablanca, Morocco.First published in Oman Air In Flight Journal Sept 2017.Casablanca seems to be one of those cities that is often given a wide berth by tourists but, spend a little time here and you will see that for those who skip it while visiting Morocco are...
Comments20/09/2017 #30 Anonymous#29 @Paul Walters You have done more than justice to this dear cradle of my childhood, because, surely, I am subjective speaking of a piece of my being. But, seen by a non-native who transmits to me the same image existing in my memory, confirms that the charm of the alleys and corners of my childhood is eternal.
(I will, surely, see your recommended posts)
Again, thank you.20/09/2017 #28 CityVP 🐝 ManjitYour admiration for Morocco certainly shines through, as it did with the Magic of Marrakech https://www.bebee.com/producer/@https-twitter-com-paulvwalters/discovering-the-magic-of-marrakech and with the exotic blue of Chefchaouen https://www.bebee.com/producer/@https-twitter-com-paulvwalters/chefchaouen-morocco-s-jewel-in-the-rif-mountains
What I picked up from this is the differing aspects of Spanish Morocco and the Portuguese mentioned in this article. Thought it was very clever for the cafe owner to cater for some Bogart nostalgia and as you said with the original set actually filmed in Hollywood. That is one smart cookie !19/09/2017 #27 AnonymousThank you, @Paul Walkers. You have been faithful to the magical trajectory of the Casablanca of my childhood (despite the changes) but, no doubt, the charm will persist in its small alleys. My childhood was spent between Rabat (my hometown) Marrakech (the tender birthplace of the grandparents) and Casablanca (my child's memories with my cousins) All these memories coated with spice odors. A feast of memories, which stimulates a delightful nostalgia. Thank you
- Producer18/09/2017About Mutianyu Great Wall ( Beijing China )Mutianyu Great Wall is located in Huairou District, Beijing, 73 kilometers away from Beijing downtown area. It is one of the famous sections of China Great Wall. It was first built in the mid-6th century during the Northern Qi, making it older than...
Comments19/09/2017 #8 Preston 🐝 Vander VenThese photos are beautiful. The great wall and the pyramids in Egypt are the two of my favorite man made features on earth. They have so much history and are now impossible to recreate because of how they were built. They have fascinated my mind since I was a child.