- 21/02/2017Finally decided to come out of my shell and step out of my comfort zone. I feel bad for having setup this blog about Palawan but not regularly updated. I feel even guilty that the Facebook Page for this blog has been getting likes over the past few months. I am not complaining. Needless to say, I am however not proud.The Silent Town of Port Barton, Palawan – Worth It! - Palawan Bloggerpalawanblogger.com Finally decided to come out of my shell and step out of my comfort zone. I feel bad for having setup this blog about Palawan but not regularly updated. I feel even guilty that the Facebook Page for this blog has been getting likes over the past few...
- Producer17/02/2017Is Your Travel Blog as Empty as Mine? After writing my entry on becoming a digital nomad, each day I wake up and sitting on my desk feels like betraying my lifelong dream. I checked my supposedly blog just for the island I am in www.palawanblogger.com and I feel pity that I haven’t...
Comments17/02/2017 #9 Lisa 🐝 GallagherBeing self employed or in your case @Pat 🐝 Bagano, freelancer can be so time consuming and full of stress because many people live, eat and breathe their work. Im happy you are taking a week for yourself! We are trying to find time between my husband's big projects to head out to Colorado. Your destination looks breathtaking!17/02/2017 #7 Mike RanaSince I'm still building the blog itself, I"ll direct you to the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM9fmFm5OBstgiK3wibAhug View moreSince I'm still building the blog itself, I"ll direct you to the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM9fmFm5OBstgiK3wibAhug
It also has a Facebook page by the same name.#2 Close17/02/2017 #6 Pat 🐝 Bagano#5 There are environmental fees. Yes, the government did secure areas as "environmentally protected" nonetheless, from a local's POV, there's so much pollution now compared then. Same, it is also nice that there are no roads that leads everywhere, otherwise, resorts will be built replacing mangroves. I know, I get into an argument with industrialists every time the environmentalist in me surface.17/02/2017 #5 Devesh Bhatt#4 if the people really want it, imagination will find a solution.
Here this is my hometown, Nainital, just google now and 1995
I somehow like the fact that proper roads havent reached many places here...eg Deoria Tal.
The same stands for many states across India, if one can walk and not litter, amazing experience.
I see that your town has done a much much better job than the rest of us.
Perhaps tourism companies should also have a green rating wherein tourists can pay a premium if the rating is good.
It too will be exploited for personal gain but atleast people should know fresh air isnt for free, unless one plants a tree :)17/02/2017 #2 Pat 🐝 Bagano#1 Congratulations! And welcome to the world of blogging: A good minimalist theme would do. so that the design will not clash with your pictures and text! Let me know when it is set up! I would love to on of your fans!
Also, don't forget to post your content here on beBee. It will give you instant audience. Best of luck Mike!
- Producer12/02/2017El Mar de Wedell, la Antártida indómitaNuevo artículo en mi blog acerca de uno de los rincones más inexplorados y salvajes del...
- Producer07/02/2017Ascending Ever Closer To Heaven.It is just on 4.00 am and I have climbed to the highest point of Borobudur, a 9th-century monument in Magalang central Java Indonesia, the world's largest Buddhist temple. Along with a few other intrepid early- risers I have braved the morning...
Comments09/02/2017 #26 Ken BoddieI echo your sentiments, Paul, that Borobudur is an awe inspiring construction and, of course, there are so many other smaller temples in the area for those who want to explore further. I've visited Borobudur twice now and would go back again at the drop of a hat, as the surrounding area and villages are also interesting and some of the local accommodation idyllic. My fondest memory is getting up at 'sparrow's fart' and driving a few kilometres out of town before stumbling up a hillside (somewhere in the middle of nowhere) to join all the other foreign photographers who were waiting for the sun to rise over the temple and the surrounding area. Not only did I get some interesting photos of Borobudur and surrounds but I also couldn't help but snap a few off at the gaggle of photographers assembled atop this vantage point. The variety of equipment and people was astonishing.09/02/2017 #25 Asesh DattaPaul Walters, Great travel story vividly described of a fascinating archeological monuments long lost under volcanic ashes. Your description of 'perforated stupa' intrigued me. Would like to know the reason behind those perforation. 'Nirvana' literally means "blown out", as in an oil lamp. The term "nirvana" is most commonly associated with Buddhism, and represents its ultimate state of soteriological release and liberation from rebirths in saṃsāra. Great post and thanks07/02/2017 #10 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThis article is also mentioned in my comment to a self-reflective piece "Center and Edge" as an example of me finding an "Edge"
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/center-edge-cityvp-manjit07/02/2017 #9 Pat 🐝 BaganoI love this one! Being Buddhist this one place has been in my bucket list for over half a decade. I wish I braved going to Borobudur instead of just getting trapped in the party cities of Southeast Asia a few years back. But yes, I will one day visit this place, and like you, @Paul Walters, take nice photos. Inspiring read!
Comments07/02/2017 #3 Dean Owen#1 I like the "for a smarter view on the World", but that sounds like a CNN tagline. I saw something recently that I thought was brilliant, "The World has more than four corners" or something to that effect. Wish I'd thought of that. Anyway, I am not paid to promote beBee so I don't devote much time to these things, but I would love to see more travel writers here. I used to blog on Travelblog.org. Great bunch of bloggers there.07/02/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 ManjitVery good layout! I think we can also target those travel bloggers who are not struggling for views :
"Travel bloggers brighten your horizons. For smarter views of the world there is bebee.com"
An intelligent destination
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- Producer04/02/2017HanabiIt’s nice to see quite a few Japanese words make their way to the English language. For foodies, the trendy word these days is Umami, a fifth taste set “discovered” by the Japanese in the early 20th Century. The devastating 2004 Indian Ocean...
Comments09/02/2017 #26 Dean Owen#25 I had to google graveyard custodian. I thought it either meant graveyard shift, or perhaps Disneyland had an actual onsite graveyard for some reason. I have fond memories of taking girls to Tokyo Disneyland or Disneysea after work to see the fireworks. Would have loved to have worked there in my youth instead of the load of restaurant and supermarket gigs I did. Now all there is to do is to wait in anticipation for you to do a Live Buzz and recreate some of those pyrotechnical experiments!09/02/2017 #25 Wayne YoshidaThanks @Dean Owen. I am amazed by the 420 kg shell. Google mass translator says that is 925.942 pounds. Yikes.
I have two fond fireworks memories: (1) When a few of us in high school chemistry got to be "lab assistants" and had access to the stockroom. We did a lot of fun authorized and non-authorized pyrotechnical experiments. And (2) When I worked at Disneyland as a graveyard custodian, and we had access to plenty of "non guest" areas of the park - including the fireworks launch pad. Although the area was off-limits to us, one employee parking lot was a safe zone and so close we could see all the wires and stuff . . . and had an excellent and private view.
Although the giant shell in the video is impressive, D/L did a fireworks show every night in the summertime.07/02/2017 #24 Dean Owen#22 I very almost moved to Australia back in the 80's. Even packed my bags. But a change in circumstances caused an about face at the last minute. What you describe Ken-san sounds very enticing, but it also sounds very much like my hometown of London, which has, in my lifetime, become probably the most diverse city on Earth.07/02/2017 #23 Dean Owen#21 I love the story of "Uncle" Prakesh. I assume you are using the word "Uncle" as we do so often in S.E.Asia, not to describe a relative, but to describe an elderly man who we are very fond of. If there is one country that I would recommend everyone visit, it has to be Japan. It is so unique, colourful, creative, futuristic, yet firmly planted in tradition. And the people are just so polite and well mannered.06/02/2017 #22 Ken Boddie#15 I sometimes wonder if English is the main language here in Oz, Dean-san. In a taxi here in Brissie you're likely to hear Punjabi or have a coffee in West End and you're in old man Greek land. Italian is the tongue in Lygon St in Melbourne and you have a good chance of hearing Afrikaans or Chinese Indonesian in Perth. As for Sydney CBD, throw the dice and whatever comes up, it's unlikely to be English. And then there's the slowly dying Strine. No wonder so many Aussies can't spell and have poor English grammar. The teachers are all from somewhere else. 😂06/02/2017 #21 🐝 Fatima WilliamsSuch a beautiful display of firework ! So fascinating and magical. I love the culture there and I guess I can survive if I ever come to live there considering my love for trying anything new these days :) Hanabi is a must watch life time experience.
Fireworks in India are absolutely spectacular but I have nothing of this magnitude anywhere. As a child I lived next door to an uncle named Prakash who used to put up a firework shop only during Diwali for sale . Since we never celebrated Diwali , he would call us to watch and light a few when he was lighting them up for his son and daughter.
Apart from the one's that light up in the sky, the flower-pots and chase-me-Charley's I dislike the noisy dangerous ones.
I've not had the chance to see Dubai's new year fireworks for the last 2 years as I go on Holidays during that time. But during EID and New year's the firework is said to be fascinating in UAE.
I will do a live buzz for the next upcoming fireworks display. There's a lot I'd like you guys to see here :)
Thanks @Dean Owen Chan I enjoyed this buzz and my bucket-list is getting heavier :) :)06/02/2017 #18 Dean Owen#12 Thanks for the wonderful comment @Devesh Bhatt. As you may know, the Chinese govt has really clamped down on the prolific use of fireworks in light of the 2009 fire that destroyed the Beijing TV Cultural Center in addition to a drive to clean up pollution. But that really hasn't stopped it much. I can still hear fireworks as I type. (It is the last weekend of the Chinese NY). Fire fountains are popular in Japan at every festival. They are called Niagara. And I have seen a burning phoenix before, usually a metal frame bird adorned with sparklers, drawn across the sky on a pulley. These ones are kites in Korea -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=he1w3T7c2oU05/02/2017 #14 CityVP 🐝 ManjitFor nearly three decades of my life it was all about Nov 5th.
Today I love the 21st Century retelling of the Guy Fawkes story in V for Vendetta https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSA7mAHolAw
As for fireworks where I live now, they have a climate change initiative where we shut our power for 1 hour and then later on the year the city engages a huge firework display, I find that constantly ironic considering what is said here : https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/nov/15/fireworks-bonfire-night-diwali-pollution05/02/2017 #13 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanI love learning about other cultures and thank you for sharing, Dean. What a spectacular display of fireworks you have shared and I 've always been curious about how some of them explode into what appears to be delicate layers of colors and lights. I watch fireworks on the Fourth of July and New Years Eve.05/02/2017 #12 Devesh BhattYour wonderful buzz has really got me curious about fireworks .
Bits and pieces come to mind regarding India. Kautilya/Chanakya had mentioned Agnichurna (recipe unknown) for smoke and fire based clay balls.
One of Ashoka's pillar edicts has a Govt inscription banning the commercial sale of potassium nitrate and sulphur. Made me wonder if there were Chinese people who visited India before Fa-hien and probably shared this knowledge.
Recently there was a case in the Supreme Court of India stating , ban fireworks as they are a modern inclusion into Diwali, not part our Culture. A reference by the defence lawyer was made to Chinese firework exports to India in the 16th Century where Adil Shah had a display of fire fountains at the Yamuna River bank and a Purple Flame Bird, whatever that is.
We do get fire fountains today, but no Purple Flame Bird, I wonder what it is :)05/02/2017 #11 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsMy best firework memory was visiting a friend in Washington. We had a picnic lunch on the lawn of the Pentagon where her husband worked and watch the National firework show over the Potomac River. It was a rather emotional experience being in our nations capital. Now I can't even imagine wanting to be in Washington for anything but a protest march. Sad :-(04/02/2017 #10 Donna-Luisa EversleyIn Trinidad we have big fireworks displays for our Independence Day celebrations, and for New Years. I love Tiramisu😊 thanks for sharing these Japanese words and the ones that are not. The cultural experiences you share are amazing @Dean Owen View moreIn Trinidad we have big fireworks displays for our Independence Day celebrations, and for New Years. I love Tiramisu😊 thanks for sharing these Japanese words and the ones that are not. The cultural experiences you share are amazing @Dean Owen..thanks a lot 😀🌼🌹🌸 Close
- Producer29/01/2017Kyrzbekistan: Part 28We came back into the Arcade - the air conditioning was crisp and refreshing. Lamba said she was going to go change and we would go car hunting. Lil Mila had changed as well - the lights were up a little from before; and she was perched bored and...
- Producer29/01/2017Country Life: SummerHonestly, I love living in the country, but this isn’t just country living, it’s living on a construction site in rural Australia, aka The Bush, which is entirely different. We just...
Comments01/02/2017 #20 Aleta Curry#19 I guess I can say now because the programme has been sold to the BBC. It was Alan Carter and Eric Knowles, and I think it was more because they'd gone to antiques centres and shops up the wazoo, and our setup is so different! Dogs, horse, antiques stored in a half-finshed house in what are going to be the sitting room, dining room and kitchen...!
Martin's been working on the house when he's free, it's been a few years but feels like 50 or 60!01/02/2017 #19 Lisa 🐝 GallagherQuite interesting @Aleta Curry. The photos are breathtaking! Oh snap, I can't stand the heat. I'm a wimp if it's hot but a wimp and a whiner if it's hot and humid! You home looks as though it's going to be beautiful, how long have you been building? How cool that a film crew visited to document (his antiques, I'm guessing?). More to come? Thanks for sharing, really enjoyed this.30/01/2017 #16 Aleta Curry#14 #13 Yes, he is a pretty amazing fellow. Sort of a cross between Bear Grylls and Grizzly Adams, though you two may be too young to know who that is. Interestingly enough, Martin was raised in civilisation, except that he lived most of his young life working hard through harsh winters on the family farm. He's Irish, too, born and bred, so how he bears the Aussie sun Heaven only knows. Someday maybe I'll tell you about the rest of his skill set, but for now enough already, I'm sure I sound pretty fawning!30/01/2017 #14 Dean OwenR E S P E C T! Beautifully written. I've lived all my life in big cities (apart from 6 months in Connecticut) and always dreamed of perhaps spending my twilight years in the country, perhaps in Umbria, Oxfordshire, the Province, or Karuizawa, largely bug (and kangaroo) free countryside. Being a city wimp, I'd have to enrol in a Bear Grylls course to deal with the hazards of The Bush. Fortunately for you it appears you are married to Bear Grylls!30/01/2017 #12 Aleta Curry#9 Ha, 'Le Shack' is what I call the little dwelling we're currently in, @Todd Jones. I couldn't find a decent picture of it when I was writing this. I call the house in the photos 'the Big House' and yes, Martin Curry has laid over 13,000 blocks himself, never mind scouting the position, surveying and digging the footings. Oh, and let's not forget the concreting. And in his spare time, he's become an authority on antique ceramics, started an auction house and an events management company. He's a rock star!29/01/2017 #9 Todd JonesWonderful Aleta! Love the imagery that you craft with this post.
"Le Shack"... funny! Did your husband build that house by himself? You mentioned that you have electricity, plumbing, and hot water. Once he finishes the roof, and puts in a door, the bugs and snakes will have to work a little harder to get in!
All joking aside, I would love to learn more about the challenges of living in the bush. Keep 'em coming!29/01/2017 #8 Rod LoaderHaving lived for most of my life out of town in Australia, @Aleta Curry, I understood every reference and was saying "Oh yeah" to each of them, including the black snake inside. There's nothing like rural Australia, I wouldn't trade it. Based on your comment that the summers are sharp and short, I assumed you must live in the southern part of Australia. Here in Queensland the hot weather lasts from mid October to mid March (hot = above 30C, or for my American friends above 85F).29/01/2017 #6 Aleta Curry#4 Fortunately, @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, my neighbours live too far away to be disturbed by my shrieks. I assure you that the sound effects are plentiful around here. Thanks so much for your response.
Our antiques are unusual in that we source the rare and quirky from all over the world, sell with relatively low markets and tell the truth about condition. Customers think we're wonderful, competitors think we're suckers. I think people think more in terms of the uniqueness of our lifestyle, running antiques events in towns and cities from a little shack out in the middle of nowhere!
Yes, I think this would make a good series - I'll have to do that!29/01/2017 #4 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI wish we had sound-o-vision on the internet, @Aleta Curry. I just made so many noises while reading this buzz, my Seattle neighbors probably think I need to be exported to the bush.
I gasped, umm-ed, eeked, ahhhed, wow-ed, icked, screeched and shuddered.
This is an incredibly evocative piece of writing and I am thrilled to get to inhabit a little slice of your life - I felt like I got to watch a snippet of that footage.
Please make this a series. I want to know soooooo much more.
May I start with learning why your antiques are so unusual? My mind is boggled as to the immense possibilities.....
- 29/01/2017EN: So, the first month of 2017 is almost over. Insane! And it's time for lovey-dovey mood in February. Who's excited about upcoming Valentine's Day?
Because of this holiday I decided to write about 5 really beautiful and charming places for Valentine's Day getaway. I don't wanna write about some typical places, like France or Italy(of course, they're really beautiful and I adore these countries, they're always a good idea to travel).
I just wanted to dig deeper and write about some alternatives around the world, which are also wonderful to spend your time with your partner.
RU: Первый месяц 2017 года близится к концу и скоро придет время романтики и любви в феврале. В преддверии праздника, я решила написать пост о 5 красивых и романтических места для романтического уик-енда. Не хочется писать о таких типичных местах, как Франция или Италия.
Именно поэтому, я решила найти 5 альтернативных, не менее романтичных и красивых места для проведения сказочного и романтичного уик-енда.5 Romantic Places for a Valentine's Day Getaway - Limbrialimbria.blogspot.com
- Producer26/01/2017Parenting Lesson from Rochester, New York Solidarity Rally #Jan21ROCAs a parent, I’ve struggled to raise caring, compassionate daughters who give back to the community. We have volunteered together at Give Kids The World Village, and I’ve exposed them to diverse cultures through travel. Therefore, when I attended...
- Producer26/01/2017How to Travel MoreI have been asked many times, including here on BeBee, how do we manage to travel so much. While we may not travel as much as much as many travel bloggers, we do get to see a lot. There are several ways to do this. I know a couple who sold...
Comments27/01/2017 #4 Brook Massey#3 Dean - All 3 Asian Disney Parks are on our to-do list, with DisneySea being the tops. It is supposed to be the best Disney Park in the world. We currently travel mainly by cruise, because we love cruises, and my wife has medical problems that limit her. Disney Cruise Line is expanding in 2020 with a focus likely on China. If we haven't made it East by then, we will have a perfect opportunity.
The off season is definitely less crowded. It is just a better experience all around in my opinion.27/01/2017 #3 Dean OwenI do the off-season always - not only cheaper, but way less crowded. I hope one day you'll be able to make it to the 3 Disneyland complexes in my neighbourhood! Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. Hong Kong is great as the queues are really short despite it being a small park. Tokyo is great as you not only have Disneyland, but also Disneysea, which is more geared toward adults (they even serve beer in the stands), and Shanghai, well it is HUGE! Then pop down to Singapore for Universal Studios!
- ProducerMake your MagicMagic is something you make ... don't sit around feeling sorry for yourself, expecting others to create the magic that will change the daily activities of your humdrum life. Rather, God instilled in you all the necessary skills to be creative,...
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- Producer17/01/2017Freewheeling !!!Before I launch into this piece I should perhaps fill readers in with a few details on how management works in our household.Management here rises each day 5.30am and I watch through slitted eyes, feigning sleep as she ponders whether to a) don her...
Comments04/02/2017 #17 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsI do believe management was under no illusions as to your 'free-wheeling' abilities :-) I'm guessing she knew you'd have been hitching a ride on the next wagon should you actually had to go 'cross-country'. Though I was ready for you to tell us that after lunch you had to make the return trip...uphill. hahaha...That would have been a punch is the 'leader's' bread-basket!19/01/2017 #14 Deb 🐝 HelfrichWe now know why management makes the big bucks. A keen ability to match workers with their current skillset. This was one tremendously breezy read, @Paul Walters. I felt the wind thru my hair the entire read down the page....
I am now wondering just how I can full-fat-milk people for much money while taking all the effort out of their weekend adventures....this is one genius genus of vacation business concepts.19/01/2017 #13 Sarah Elkins#11 Oh yes, @Paul Walters, when you get to Montana we'll get outside for some fun outdoorsy stuff. If you're here in summer, we'll take a leisurely float on the Missouri River in our kayaks, accompanied by a cooler with beer and gin/tonic, and yummy snacks. Just let me know when you choose to hit the mountains as a break from your tropical paradise!18/01/2017 #11 Paul Walters#10 @Sarah Elkins Thanks for that. I seriously have to get to Montana it looks simply gorgeous and if I do happen to get there you could take me skiing , gentle slopes please and all downhill if you wouldnt mind. Thanks for stopping by and please remember the article was full of hyperbole ... I do exercise...I mean I did get up this morning !18/01/2017 #10 Sarah ElkinsThat's my kind of ride, @Paul Walters! And I could have used something like that on Sunday, instead of the downhill skiing I did. Not at all the same thing, not at all relaxing. My leg workout a few days before set me up for disaster on Sunday. I had to step after every couple of turns to lean forward and stop my thighs from burning. So. Much. Pain. It took two of those runs before my legs loosened up and I was able to enjoy myself. Of course, at least I wasn't trying to ski uphill!17/01/2017 #8 Kevin PashukThoroughly enjoyable read Paul.. I must commend you on your negotiation skills that let you stay home whilst the senior management goes out to exercise.
As for the bike ride? My wife and I did a similar thing in Hawaii... 30 km of coasting. Almost as good as the other type of 'bike' riding I do... which involves a motor and leather jacket.17/01/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 GallagherAh, how I enjoyed this story @Paul Walters! Kudo's to management, she sounds extremely fit... I could take lessons from her but 5am is too early for me? The coffee beans, uhm, no thanks on this end either! Wait a sec, if you peddled downhill to get to your destination, didn't you have to peddle uphill to get back? Glad you had a good time and never rule out the Tour De France! :))
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- Producer12/01/2017Греция. Аттика. Остров Эгина. Вкус древней романтики. / Greece. Attica. Aegina. A taste of the ancient romance..Многие острова, особенно маленькие, излучают романтику. Греческие острова отличаются особой романтикой древности. С ними связаны легенды о греческих Богах и их великих подвигах. Об этих подвигах ныне напоминают развалины древних памятников и...
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- Producer11/01/2017I Traveled the World, Helped Save Lives, and Learned 6 Transferable Skills. Newsflash: You Can Too.Learn the skills, I mean. And save lives, depending on what you do for a living. But develop those skills? For sure.I could have indulged in some serious role play in the past decade. People asked me over and over again: “Are you a doctor?”When I...
Comments11/01/2017 #4 Deb 🐝 HelfrichGlad to see you here on beBee with such an incredibly well-written and inspiring buzz, @Christine Homolko.
I also love how you still put into play these skills. You told me you were about to start buzzing and here you are, living up to your own words.
Hit me up if I can help in any way!
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Comments01/01/2017 #2 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanWorthy information and thank you for sharing. I am a WordPress blogger and love it. My blog is for fun only and I like staying busy. It's a great way to connect with others that like writing, photography, music, cooking, etc. Sharing, learning, and engagement - and enjoyment!
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- Producer26/12/2016Family Travel Escapades Top 10 Posts of 2016Family Travel Escapades2016 Top 10 Posts2016 was an exciting year for our family. We were privileged to roam Europe, the Caribbean, and the U.S. We saw amazing sites and shared them here. Below are the most viewed posts from 2016. The top...
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