Back to Back and Skip Gen Cruising Becoming More Popular with Travellers

studying here here we go here we are we’re here how’s it going everybody and welcome to the show it’s Bruce here with travelling with Bruce and welcome to Thursday one more day till Friday oh man I got two shows today today this is the five o’clock Eastern Time show live on YouTube and Twitter I’m on Twitter simulcasting…

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How Are Grown-ups Going to Learn? | Eddie Obeng | Google Zeitgeist

>>Eddie Obeng: Reset, rethink, educating the next generation. But what if the next generation happens to be us? The world’s changed. everyone says that. It keeps changing, it’s been changing for ages, but look, organizations, they can’t learn. Institutions can’t learn. Governments can’t learn. The only thing which can learn are you, people. And they’re all grownups. The people making…

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The Lava Affair | Field Trip! | SKUNK BEAR

I recently fell in love with lava. And it all started when I heard this story. It was the summer of 1831. Off the coast of Sicily sailors noticed bubbling, sulfurous fumes, dead fish and then all of a sudden there was a tiny, rocky island where none had been before It had appeared right in the middle of an…

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Spectacular Mountain Train Journeys of India

The picturesque mountains of India have rail links that cut across the terrains of great natural beauty. The mountain railways of India consists of three railways. Darjeeling himalayan Railways, Nilgiri Mountain Railways and Kalka-Shimla Railways. The development of these railways in the 19th century had a profound influence on social and economic development in many remote parts of India. The…

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Amsterdam – Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam Half-Day Trip

>>RYAN: You know I love the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam, but I’m excited to check out this quaint little fishing village now here’s an interesting fact about Holland almost half of the country is under the level of water so the houses in the old days were built on stilts and the ones behind me here are no longer…

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