Monthly Archives: November 2015

Top Educational Sites for Children in New York City

Field trips can be both fun and educational for scout troops or groups of students. There are many places that a New York City educational tour could visit. Here is a look at some of the top educational sites for children in NYC. American Museum of Natural History – Highlights are the Discovery Room, the…

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Salute to hard working firefighters

One of the professions that I consider genuinely admirable job is that of a firefighter. They don’t receive a big salary, at least in my part of the country, but in many instances have placed their lives on the line. In the early 2000, I was fortunate to have met a brave firefighter. He has been…

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There’s a way to beat the airlines at their own game

Do you find the modern world of buying plane tickets to be incredibly frustrating? One day, a ticket may be £150, the next it could be as high as £400! That is outrageous, but true. Air tickets are wildly sensitive to supply and demand and savvy airlines know how to jack up their prices or…

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Missing Tacloban City

Photo credit: Ver Noveno Images You can read my posts about Tacloban City here, here and here.

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Things to Consider When Buying a Fishing Boat

If you have decided that you would like to purchase your very own fishing boat then you know that there are a lot of things that you can consider. You cannot just purchase the very first fishing boat that you see because of various reasons. You would not want to buy something that is too…

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