New Zealand & South America

New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. South America (Quechua and Aymara: Urin Awya Yala; ) is a continent situated in the Western Hemisphere, mostly in the Southern Hemisphere, with a relatively small portion in the Northern Hemisphere. 5.0/5

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What's In A Word? Lone wolf. Jihad. Islamist. ISIL. ISIS. Terrorist. Radical muslim jihadi well-trained militant al-Qaeda Yemen-based terrorist. What happened to Sleeper Cells? Did the media just get tired of scaring us with that phrase? Are they out there, still sleeping? What's the alarm clock? Should Americans -- or anyone -- be armed, just in case? Or face it like the French, or Jewish grocery shoppers in Paris? Trevor Loudon-- the author and freedom fighter from New Zealand on a swing through the United States, made these telling comments at a speech I was lucky enough to catch: If America loses its military and economic dominance, the bad guys in the world -- the Russians, Communist Chinese, North Koreans, Cubans, Iran, radical Muslims, Syrians and Iraqis, Marxists running South America and the rest, will carve up this planet, and you can't let that happen. John Kerry is just Jane Fonda with a little less testosterone. Obama has abandoned peace through strength. A good portion of your Congress could ...
What is the history of your America, your Australia and New Zealand, your Pacific Islands and South Africa? Where are those aboriginal race?
Happy New Year 2015 to All My Friends, Family and extended Family All over the World in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, America, Germany, South America, Africa, Europe and Asia. We Clint, Manuela and Celina Pray that YOU have a Blessed time with LOVED one's and that 2015 will the YOUR Best Year ever.
Another favorite : no caffeine, no harmful Side Effects , taste like coffee and chocolate, excellent health benefits. I use a teaspoon or tablespoon and fix it like coffee! Thanks to my long time friend SIL, for introducing this wonderful root to me years ago!!! Chicory (Cichorium intybus) is a herb and root that has been known for its curative benefits since the first century A.D.. It is a member of the Asteraceae family. A scraggly plant with blue flower heads, chicory flourishes in the wild, as well as in gardens all over the world. It may be found in Europe, the Near East, northern and southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and North and South America. The dried leaves and roots of the chicory plant are collected in autumn for medicinal purposes. When flowering, the whole plant is collected and dried. With a height that may reach up to 5 ft (1.5 m), chicory can be recognized by its oblong leaves that resemble a crosscut saw or slit, with numerous stiff hairs on the underside. Chicory, whose common n ...
International, Regional and Domestic guests: We have several hundreds of guests gathered here for their miracles and testimonies. They have come for different reasons of which some include healing, deliverance, prophecy, spiritual guidance and mentorship. Our guests have come from different parts of the world including, New Zealand, United States of America, Netherlands, United Kingdom, South America, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Germany including other international nations. Regionally we also have guests from South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Namibia, Zambia, Mozambique, Tanzania, Malawi, Lesotho and Swaziland among others. The list is not complete without mentioning our domestic guests from various parts of Zimbabwe including Mutare, Bulawayo, Masvingo, Gweru, Chinhoyi, Hwange, Karoi, Rusape, Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe, Dande, Mhandamabwe, Nyamapanda, Dande, Dotito, Mt Darwin, Mberengwa, Murambinda and many more including from Harare.
Playing TERA outside of North America The following regions and countries are able to access the En Masse North American Servers: North America, South America, Europe, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, Northern Mariana Islands, Malta, Netherland Antilles, Isreal, Cyprus, Turkey, and Georgia. If your region is not listed here you can learn about En Masse IPs blocks by region. Sauce:
Dateline 12-11-2433 Yesterday, military survey drones, while patrolling the wasteland near what was formally Salt Lake City, Utah, discovered another ancient ceremonial site attributed to the Dogu Culture. Unfortunately, this area is still contaminated with fallout from the Great War. The artifacts are still lethally radioactive and were left on site by a follow-up robotic patrol. The inexplicable WS or SM insignia was found on the bottoms of all the pieces. Dr. T. Guedes of the Institute for Amazonian Antiquities in Sao Paulo commented: “It is baffling what significance or function these miniature ceremonial sites and figurines had for the pre-war societies. They seem to be ubiquitous. Almost every time that military drones survey new areas, they find another Dogu installation. They have been found in almost all areas of what was formally referred to as the continental United States, also in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and the Amazon region of South America. We are dealing with a world-wide phenome ...
DST Ending Today, What about Fajr time? Set your Alarms for Fajr Clocks go back, We gain extra hour of Sleep. The Sun Still rises at the same time, if you Slack & Sleep you may loose Fajr Salah, In Atlanta the Sunrise is at 7:00AM with the new time for some days. Be mindful of that and set your alarm clocks accordingly to not miss Fajr. Clocks back or forward? To remember which way to set your watch, keep in mind “spring forward, fall back”. You set your clock forward in the spring when DST starts (= lose one hour), and back one hour when DST ends in the fall (= regain one hour). Daylight Savings or Saving? Northern Hemisphere USA, Central America, Canada, Europe, Asia, Northern Africa Many countries in the Northern Hemisphere (north of the equator) observe DST, but not all. Daylight Saving Time is in use between March and April and ends between September and November as the countries return to Standard Time. Where will DST start or end next? Southern Hemisphere Australia, New Zealand, South America, ...
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Lovely last couple of days in Santiago, my last stop in South America. Great to see Ania Chojnacka and João Leitão in the morning before they jetted off to New Zealand and Nicholas Hill in the afternoon (thanks for the beers!). A special thanks to Alicia Villafuerte Abrego and Paul Boisseau for hosting me for my last two nights and great to see/meet you! Now I’m sat on my sofa in Derbyshire and pinching myself…did I really spend the last year in South America??? Sometime in the near future I’ll try and summarise it!
Hello! I see this maps are being a success! Please make the requests in the Messages! It is easier that way for me to keep record since I'm only one Adm. List: Germany, UK, Algeria, South America, Argentina, Marrocos, India, Israel, Croatia, Maltese, Australia,Slovakia, Turkey, Netherlands, New Zealand O.o so many maps! Please share the ones you like! Thanks :) (y)
Final bit of Celebrity News /// 123GO Promo just got better ! - Guests instead of 1 offer can now enjoy two of the three 123GO offers which are: Free Classic Beverage Package Up to $300 on board credit or Free Gratuities. When you book select 7 Night Caribbean, Asia, South America, New Zealand and South Pacific cruises, sailing between October 2014 and December 2014. - This new ROW promotion is valid for new bookings only created and confirmed between 02nd July 2014 and 31st July 2014 meeting the conditions stated in the T's & C's.
The antichrist in the one who is opposed to Christ and he is none other than 'satan the devil' himself. The popes and the bishops have been, knowingly or unknowingly been the advocates and the ministers of satan the devil (saturn in astrology)...The false prophet is the one who said Jesus is only a 'prophet' not the son of the Most High God...the woman riding the beast ''babylon the great'' the mother of harlots is the queen of satan. Read about the dragon and the beast in the book of Revelation and the book of Daniel.. 'babylon the great' is the Roman Catholic Church. Well Jacob consists of not only Judea, the land of the Jewish people; Jacob or Israel had 12 sons and their descendants are America ( Manasseh) , Ephraim (Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand...) , France (Rueben), Denmark ( Dan) , Portugal & South America including Brazil (Zebulun) to name a few.. Read link to know more about the House of Jacob ( Israel) satan the devil wants to wage war, he will have to wage war with the house of Jaco ...
After 17 months traveled. I visited 5 continents included some areas such South America, Central America, Caribbean, North America, almost reached North Pole traveling through the Arctic, Europe, Middle East, South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Far East Asia. I lived in 3 countries: Nerthelands, France and with aborigines in Australia (today I m considered aborigine, Bulangrado is my tribe, Kela is my aborigine name and Bulanjan is my aborigine "wife"). In those months I traveled to 69 countries and oversees territories, I had 99 flights, 98 boats and ferries, countless buses, taxis rides and hitchhikes. I met thousands of people all over the world, I ate amazing and sometimes weird food. I had some awesome party nights and I quite enjoyed many times my solitude as well. I just have to do a 40 hours flights and transit from China and I ll be arriving at home, Goiania-Goiás-Brazil. Thank you God for your blessing and grace upon my life!!!
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Last Saturday's Weekends From Jupiter Hollow will re-air on Wednesday 2-4PM you can expect lots of "Country Music"- Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Tibet, (Aztec) South America, Australia, (Tribal) Denmark, 12th Century Germany & Early 20th Century Italy, is that enough "Country" for you :)
South America, New Zealand, Japan, India, Germany, Greece, Spain, Israel, Iceland, Finland, Austria, and many more countries are "free."
So, after a conversation about Bucket Lists today and I dug my old one up that I started 6 years ago. It's nice to say some things have been crossed off! I even forgot about some items on this list.  BUCKETLIST Places I want to go: --Visit all 7 continents: South America, Asia, Africa, Europe, Antarctica, Australia,(somewhere else in North America besides the US) --visit all the oceans and seas in the World --Counties or territories: Kenya, Tanzania, Sound Africa, Egypt, Morocco, Madagascar, Namibia, Congo, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Guyana, Suriname, Belize, Costa Rica, Mexico, Jamaica, Cuba, Canada, Russia, Norway, Sweden, Greenland, Iceland, Ireland, Scotland, England, Portugal, Spain, Germany, France, Greece, Romania, Switzerland, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, India, Mongolia, Bali, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, French Polynesia, PuertoRico --Visit all 50 states of the US --Top 6 States on my list to go to: Alaska, Washington, Montana, Colorado, Maine,Hawaii ...
dr.Zakir Naik.:A medical doctor by professional training, Dr Zakir Naik is renowned as a dynamic international orator on Islam and Comparative Religion. He is the president of Islamic Research Foundation, Mumbai. He is 48 years old. Dr Zakir clarifies Islamic viewpoints and clears misconceptions about Islam, using the Qur’an, authentic Hadith and other religious Scriptures as a basis, in conjunction with reason, logic and scientific facts. He is popular for his critical analysis and convincing answers to challenging questions posed by audiences after his public talks. In the last 17 years (by the year 2013) Dr Zakir Naik has delivered over 2000 public talks in the USA, Canada, UK, Italy, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Egypt, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Botswana, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Guyana (South America), Trinidad, Mauritius and many other countries, in addition to numerous public talks in India. In 2012, his public talk in Ki ...
Conquest of Knowledge and Territories: Explorers Ferdinand Magellan was the first person to circumnavigate the whole world. He laid the foundation for the Spanish conquest of the Philippines and many other territories. He was born in Portugal and served the Spanish king Charles 1. His expedition took place from 1519 to 1522. Captain James Cook was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and a captain in the Royal navy of England. His expedition to South America included a team of ten scientists of various disciplines. He is credited with the first recorded European contact with the eastern coastline of Australia and the Hawaiian Islands. His voyage was also the first to record the circumnavigate New Zealand, in his voyages from 1768 to 1771. Vasco-da-Gama was a Portuguese explorer, who is famous as the first European to reach India by the sea, on 20th May, 1498. This voyage helped Portugal establish a long lasting colonial empire in Asia and helped open up a spice route to India and other eastern cou ...
This award-winning TV series “Words of Peace Global”, presents a unique perspective on the quest for personal peace. Each 30 minute episode feature highlights from the message of peace of Prem Rawat, an international speaker,who travels around the world inspiring people. With down-to-earth wisdom and humour, he addresses the challenges of leading life as a human being. This program is watched on television in 36 countries every week including in USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan and in a number of countries in South America and Europe. ebook: The Greatest
While North and South America had front row seats to last night's Lunar Eclipse, New Zealand and eastern Australia had a fine view of the rising Moon in eclipse at sunset. Great shot by Geoff Sims
Space Weather News for April 13, 2014 Lunar Eclipse: On Tuesday morning, April 15th, the full Moon will pass through the shadow of Earth, producing a colorful Lunar Eclipse. Although the mainstream media is calling this a "blood moon," the color is more likely to be bright orange. At the moment, Earth's stratosphere is not dusty enough produce a shadow with the deep red hues of blood. Whatever color it turns out to be, the eclipse will be visible from North and South America, Australia and New Zealand. Check for observing tips and more information. LIVE WEBCAST OF THE ECLIPSE: Got clouds? No problem. The Lunar Eclipse will be broadcast live on the web by the Coca-Cola Science Center at Columbus State University in Georgia:
Imagine No Malaria! When we can imagine something, we feel we can do something. At the 2012 General Conference, people began imagining a world free of malaria and they decided that the United Methodist Church, which is a global denomination, could help create a world free of malaria. Every 60 seconds, malaria takes a life in Africa! A vast number of those are children’s lives. Those children who survive are often orphaned by the death of both parents by malaria! The United Methodist denomination has members in the U.S., Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Central America & South America. Delegates from all those countries chose to participate in a program called Imagine No Malaria "Our Faith In Action" They pledged to raise $75 million by 2015. Our CA-Pacific Conference has pledged to raise $3 million by 2015 and our Mission Committee with the approval of the Advisory Council has pledged to raise $5,000. We will launch our event the Sunday after Easter. Look for more detail ...
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Nah. Safe and sound in New Zealand. I just spent all of South America drinking beer... And a lot of NZ. She's 6kgs.
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Did you know that Feijoas originate from South America? (the ones provided in our boxes are New Zealand grown though, of course) And did you know that their blooms look like pohutukawa flowers? -Who's been to South America and seen the mighty Feijoa there?
World War 1 All Over Again Paul Craig Roberts Infowars.com March 15, 2014 “If you reduce the lie to a scientific system put it on thick and heavy, and with great effort and sufficient finances scatter it all over the world as the pure truth, you can deceive whole nations for a long time and drive them to slaughter for causes in which they have not the slightest interest.” — Chief French Editor,Behind the Scenes in French Journalism, describing the organization of World War 1 propaganda in France. Did US Secretary of State John Kerry ask you before he delivered an all or nothing ultimatum to Russia? Did he ask Congress? Did he ask the countries of western and Eastern Europe–NATO members who Kerry has committed to whatever the consequences will be of Washington’s inflexible, arrogant, aggressive provocation of Russia, a well-armed nuclear power? Did Kerry ask Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Mexico, South America, Africa, China, Central Asia, all of whom would be adverse ...
Still looking for a couple awesome people who want to sail from South America to New Zealand! We'd be leaving from Ecuador or Peru in about a month and heading to Easter Island first. You in or what?
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According to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, what country is native to the Antipodean Opaleye dragon? a)Soviet Union b)New Zealand c)South America
Free Reading (Faber Castell) Faber-Castell is one of the world's largest manufacturers of pens, pencils, other office supplies and art supplies, as well as high-end writing instruments and luxury leather goods. It operates 14 factories and 20 sales units (six in Europe, four in Asia, three in North America, five in South America, and one each in Australia and New Zealand). The Faber-Castell Group employs a staff of approximately 7,000 and does business in more than 100 countries. Although its production began in Germany, only some of its premium pens are still manufactured there. Most of the company's consumer products are made in Brazil. Faber-Castell USA is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, and is part of the global network of Faber-Castell companies operating in countries such as Australia, Brazil, andMalaysia. Founded in 1761 at Stein near Nuremberg by cabinet maker Kaspar Faber (1730–84), the enterprise has remained in the Faber family for eight generations. It opened branches in New York (1849), L ...
Bafana to take on Socceroos 2014-02-05 South Africa are set to assist long-time sporting foe Australia in their World Cup preparations and have been pencilled in to play a farewell match in Sydney at the end of May before the Socceroos go to Brazil. Australia's national team say goodbye to their home fans in late May - expected to be either May 25 or 26 - before heading to the World Cup. The game is widely touted to take place in Sydney, as opposed to Melbourne where Australia have traditionally played their farewell matches. They played against Greece in 2006 and New Zealand four years ago and garnered massive crowds at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Football Federation of Australia has told reporters it will stage the game in any city where government will make the best commercial offer. After the match the Australians will play two further warm-up matches in South America, either in Brazil or another country, before competing in their third successive World Cup, where their group rivals are world ch ...
Join us: Who colonised Africa? Colonialism is the system or policy by which a country maintains foreign colonies, especially in order to exploit them economically. purposes of colonialism included economic exploitation of the colony’s natural resources, creation of new markets for the colonialist, and extension of the colonialist’s way of life beyond its national borders. In the years 1500-1900, Europe colonised all of North and South America and Australia, most of Africa, and much of Asia by sending settlers to populate the land or by taking control of governments. The first colonies were established in the Western Hemisphere by the Spanish and Portuguese in the 15th-16th century. The Dutch colonised Indonesia in the 16th century, and Britain colonised North America and India in the 17th-18th century. Later, British settlers colonised Australia and New Zealand. Colonisation of Africa only began in earnest in the 1880s, but by 1900 virtually the entire continent was controlled by Europe. Freemasons we ...
This image (from Google street "beach" view) shows the beach on the east side of one of the Pitcairn Islands (uninhabited Henderson Is.), which are roughly 5,000 km west of South America and 5,000 km northeast of New Zealand. The nearest inhabited island lies 490 km to the northwest in French Polynesia. The volume of sea trash on the beach is remarkable; the Pitcairns lie in the South Pacific Gyre, where trash, dumped from ships and lost from fishing nets, floats and continually rotates, with a tiny amount of the vast mass washed ashore, as shown here.
The fossilised scorpion was discovered in South Africa. The species, called Gondwanascorpio emzantsiensis, is the earliest evidence so far of land animals on Gondwana, a supercontinent that encompassed present-day Antarctica, South America, Africa, Madagascar Australia and New Zealand, as well as the Arabian Peninsula and the Indian subcontinent. Gondwana was the southern part of a supercontinent called Pangaea which existed from approximately 510 to 180 million years ago. Paper: bit.ly/137snyK Image shows the fossilised pincers of the scorpion. Credit: University of Witwatersrand
We have all heard by now the Artic icecap is as much as 170% as big as it was last year. What we have not heard is that the Antarctic icecap now extends to less than 1600 miles from New Zealand and is now only 620 miles from South America. And it is the Antarctic summer. Temperatures in Northern Canada yesterday were -91.
Finally made it back to New Zealand after spending the last 7 weeks in South America! . Finished off the trip...
We're heading off round the world in 2014 and it's about time you lot pulled your weight in the organisation. So where should we go in South East Asia, New Zealand and South America? Between everyone there is pretty much global coverage so who better to advise us on the must sees and don't bothers. We've spoken to some of you but we're getting things nailed down now. Recommend, discuss, argue...go! ps thanks. Xx
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Hello my little ones, in a little more than 5 hours I begin my ride around the world. Tonight for some, it is Christmas Eve. For those that are wondering why, let me explain. I usually start at the International Date Line in the Pacific Ocean and travel west. So, typically, I visit the South Pacific first, then New Zealand and Australia. After that, I shoot up to Japan, over to Asia, across to Africa, then onto Western Europe, Canada, the United States, Mexico and Central and South America. However, keep in mind, my route can be affected by weather, so it’s really unpredictable. I will start communicating with you all on my event page though beginning tomorrow night in the US at 8:00PM. NORAD coordinates with my Elf launch staff to confirm my launch time, but from this point on, I call the shots. So if you want you can track my ride overseas tonight if you wish. Here is my event page for my ride with a link to NORAD. I will be pretty busy for a bit so don’t worry if I don’t reply to your messages an ...
Racists such as Craig Cobbs wants to kick every minority out of North Dakota & claim that the US is White land... yet stolen from Natives, same applies to Canada, Brazil & the rest of North & South America even Australia & New Zealand belonged to the Aborigines & Maori before it was stolen & occupied too.
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CLASH OF THE TITANS AS RAFTING GIANTS GO HEAD TO HEAD South America and Central Europe’s rafting prowess came into focus today with gold medals for Chile’s men and Slovakia’s women in the open divisions of the Head to Head leg of the 2013 World Rafting Championships at Okere Falls near Rotorua today. New Zealand took two gold medals today – with a comfortable win in the Women’s Masters and a more hard fought second win for the Men’s Masters. The best race of the day was a hotly contested Men’s Open final with Brazil and Chile providing spectacular action as the boats clashed during the first half of the race. Brazil then took a lead which they maintained until the end – but the result was some time coming after the Chileans protested the Brazilian paddlers for too much contact. When the result was confirmed, the protest was upheld and it was a first gold medal in the competition for Chile. This put them in the Overall points lead, ahead of Brazil and yesterday’s winners New Zealand – w ...
You have to sort of feel bad for New Zealand. These playoff match ups between Asia-South America & Oceania-North America isn't really fair
The duplicity of the USA (USI in reality) is legendary. All the countries within North, Central and South America are illegitimate since their majorities are Christianized white Europeans and other communities who have formed their own Diasporas. It is the same in the cases of Australia and New Zealand which belong to the Aborigines and the Maoris, respectively. Compare this with the situation in India, where the indigenous peoples live in harmony with the Hindus without any religious or cultural interference from the former (the British colonial empire had treated them shabbily and assigned them the name of ‘Criminal Tribes’ which could be removed only after India’s independence) and even have an entire state over which they rule; ‘Jharkhand’.   The US which was built over the destroyed homes of several classical civilizations, has the gall to dictate terms and conditions to the rest of the world about how to conduct themselves. While the colonized nations of Asia and Africa were a ...
We are just three days away from the end of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers. By then, all 32 nations who will be travelling to Brazil next summer will be known. In the mean time, let’s take a look at the playoffs and see what is at stake. Firstly looking at the teams who have already qualified, the identities of 23 of the 32 participating countries are henceforth known: Japan, Australia, South Korea and Iran will fly to South America representing the AFC. Just like in the 2010 edition, only four teams are present with Jordan having all but lost their chances of qualifying after a 5-0 defeat at home to Uruguay the 1st leg of the inter-confederation. Nigeria, the Ivory Coast and Cameroon were the first of the African nations to book their tickets within the last couple of days. Ghana are expected to follow their fellow Africans as they face Egypt in their 2nd leg having won the 1st 6-1 at home. And in the last playoff Burkina Faso and Algeria are in a tight battle for the last remaining CAF spot in the tour ...
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long night of rehearsals, show in San Diego tomorrow and then overseas. South America, New Zealand, and Australia I hope …
Tattoo Tattoo ( English : Tattoo) is an art that is developing a fixed mark in the body and inserts a needle then put the skin pigment through these openings and cuts to stay within the skin does not go away . The tattoo on the human body as a kind of physical modification and decoration , while the animal is more common and will be for the purposes of identification or the owner of the animal. Tattoo has existed for several centuries in all parts of the world . Ainu , who are indigenous to Japan, they were بوشم the faces as a kind of customs and traditions. Currently, tattoo trader when Amazigh and Altamazga ( the North Africa ) , and when the Maori in New Zealand , and Hausa in northern Nigeria , and the Arabs in eastern Turkey , and Bedouins in Syria [1], and when Alotayal in Taiwan with facial tattoos . The tattoo is widespread among Polynesian peoples , and at a certain tribal groups in Taiwan , the Philippines, Borneo , Mentawai Islands , Africa, South America , North America, Central America , ...
EARTHQUAKE WATCH --- In Effect For Next 96 Hours! We are in full scale earthquake watch mode for the next 96 hours (4 days) to cover the eclipse period of November 3rd, 2013. We are watching for earthquake measuring 7.0 magnitude or greater to strike earthquake sensitive areas on the Ring of Fire that cover the West Coast of South, Central and North America going all the way up to Alaska, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, New Zealand, Southeastern Australia, Japan and Taiwan. The Middle East (Israel, Iraq, Iran) and the subcontinent (India, Pakistan, Turkey) are prone to earthquake activity at this time, but at smaller magnitudes: 6.0 - 7.0. With the path of the Partial Solar Eclipse of Sunday, November 3rd, 2013 cutting across the Mid Atlantic and much of Equatorial West, Central and East Africa, watch Lake Tanganyika region of Tanzania for quakes 5.0 to 6.0 magnitude to suggest a follow up quake of similar magnitude in Western Europe (UK, Spain, Germany, France) a few weeks later. Will the e ...
Main article: Halloween around the world The traditions and importance of Halloween vary greatly among countries that observe it. In Scotland and Ireland, traditional Halloween customs include children dressing up in costume going "guising", holding parties, while other practices in Ireland include lighting bonfires, and having firework displays. In Brittany children would set candles in skulls in graveyards. Mass transatlantic immigration in the 19th century popularized Halloween in North America, and celebration in the United States and Canada has had a significant impact on how the event is observed in other nations. This larger North American influence, particularly in iconic and commercial elements, has extended to places such as South America, Australia, New Zealand, (most) continental Europe, Japan, and other parts of East Asia. In the Philippines, on the night of Halloween, Filipinos return to their hometowns and purchase candles and flowers, in preparation for the following All Saints Day and All ...
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By the end of 2013-14, the NBA since 1978 will have staged 148 preseason or regular season games in 20 countries and territories across Europe, North and South America and Asia. Still waiting their turn – to answer the many emails we get here at HTB – are Australia and New Zealand. Scott Levy, senior vice president and managing director, NBA Asia, acknowledged the heavy interest in the NBA in those countries. Past and present players have hailed from there, including Andrew Bogut, Patty Mills, Luc Longley, Sean Marks, Shane Heal, Chris Anstey and Nathan Jawai. Oklahoma City’s first-round pick Steven Adams is from New Zealand and Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving was born in Melbourne. Participation is high, Australia ranks No. 1 in subscribers to NBA League Pass International and in NBAstore.com’s international revenue, and the country certainly has the sports facilities and culture befitting a possible preseason destination. “Australia is an important market for the NBA in the region and we enjoy a gr ...
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Regent Seven Seas to Return to South Pacific, Africa, Asia Regent Seven Seas Cruises will return to the South Pacific for the first time in five years and visit new ports in Africa and Asia as part of its 2014-15 winter program. In total, the Cruise Line will operate 48 itineraries and 19 Extended Voyages to more than 200 destinations in 75 countries. The collection, which runs from November 2014 through May 2015, includes 23 new destinations from Busan, South Korea, to Zadar, Croatia. The Seven Seas Mariner will open the season with a 34-night voyage from Miami to Papeete, Tahiti. New ports of call include Corinto, Nicaragua; Nawiliwili (Kauai) and Kahului (Maui), Hawaii; Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands; and Fakarava, French Polynesia. The ship then heads down to New Zealand and Australia and in March 2015 will explore South America. The Seven Seas Voyager will begin its season in Dubai and travel to Cape Town, South Africa, and then to Singapore. Maiden ports of call explored in November and December 2014 ...
It was really cool meeting two unique & dynamic gentlemen this past week; each a trend-setting celebrity in his own field & right: 1. Mr. Dale Walker, Star of 'The Knights of Iron', an International Jouster who is ranked in the Top 5 in the world who will be returning to Australia & New Zealand next year for another International tournament. 2. 'Mad Dog' Bernie, Legendary Surfer based in Daytona Beach. Mad Dog has added Scott Carter tunes to his playlist in his legendary Surf Shop. Currently, he is surfing somewhere in South America! I'm proud to call them my two, new pals! Scott :)
Wherever I was traveling... this year I heard the same: "If you think it's been a warm winter in New Zealand, you're right" ... New Zealand observed its fourth warmest July since national records began in 1909. “Germans say that the start of 2013 was the coldest in 208 years ". Same in France! "Eurostar suspended its cross-channel services between Paris and London this year". The lowest temperature, -38,2°C, was recorded at March 13 in Taivalkoski, Finland, "the summer came very late"... now this images in Mexico! =S The Far Eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean off the coast of northern South America was the only region of the oceans that was much cooler than average for the month... Now I remember one of the central issues in the G20 summit was Global Warming.
Asia, Australia, South America, and New Zealand, see you soon!
OCEANIA CRUISES- the award-winning upper-premium Cruise Line, announced today its first ever AROUND THE WORLD IN 180 DAYS CRUISE, a star-studded, port-intensive 180-day voyage aboard the 684-guest Insignia, setting sail round-trip from Miami on January 10, 2015. This extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime voyage visits five continents, 44 countries and 89 ports of call and will feature 11 overnight calls plus 4 two-night calls in Cape Town, South Africa; Yangon, Myanmar (Burma); Singapore and Shanghai, China. Insignia’s 180-day journey begins by visiting boutique ports in the Caribbean then steers south to South America and east to Africa before heading to India, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Hawaii before returning via the Panama Canal to Miami on July 8, 2015. Bookings for the Around the World in 180 Days cruise open on July 17, 2013!!
Want to Mountain bike the *** Chi Minh trail through to Angkor Wat, Go Diving in Nha Trang, or just have a 5 star luxury trip on one of our boats on Ha Long Bay, why not ask us? Of course we also organise trips to Nepal, Kilimanjaro, South America, Japan and New Zealand if you would prefer to take part in an adventure there?
Kanga Cup The committee wish our U14a Boys team the best of luck next week as they participate in the Kanga Cup in Canberra, the tournament runs from 7th to 12th of July. The Kanga Cup is the largest International Youth Football Tournament in the Southern Hemisphere. Held annually each July in Canberra, Australia. The week long event proudly champions the mission of ‘Uniting the Youth of the World through Football’. The Kanga Cup is run by Capital Football, the governing body for football in Canberra. The tournament is sanctioned by the Football Federation Australia and the Asian Football Confederation. Previous participating teams of the Kanga Cup have hailed from Australia, United States of America, England, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Georgia, South Africa, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Indonesia, East Timor, Fiji, New Zealand and others. The tournament is open to clubs and schools. The Kanga Cup is for male and female teams Under 10 to Under 18. Three divisions are availab ...
Severe Weather 101 Tornado Basics What is a tornado? A tornado is a narrow, violently rotating column of air that extends from the base of a thunderstorm to the ground. Because wind is invisible, it is hard to see a tornado unless it forms a condensation funnel made up of water droplets, dust and debris. Tornadoes are the most violent of all atmospheric storms. Where do tornadoes occur? Tornadoes occur in many parts of the world, including Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America. Even New Zealand reports about 20 tornadoes each year. Two of the highest concentrations of tornadoes outside the U.S. are Argentina and Bangladesh. How many tornadoes occur in the U.S. each year? About 1,200 tornadoes hit the U.S. yearly. Since official tornado records only date back to 1950, we do not know the actual average number of tornadoes that occur each year. Plus, tornado spotting and reporting methods have changed a lot over the last several decades. Where is Tornado Alley? Tornado Alley is a nickname invent ...
Geo-political names Do you know the differences between the two names in each of the following pairs? a) England and (Great) Britain b) (Great) Britain and the United Kingdom c) (Great) Britain and the British Isles d) The Middle East and the Far East e) South America and Latin America f) Australia and Australasia Answers. a) England is only part of GB. b) GB includes England, Scotland and Wales. UK comprises GB and Northern Ireland. c) British Isles includes GB, all Ireland and all other islands in the area. d) The Middle East is roughly between Iran and Egypt. The Far East is China, Korea, Japan, etc. e) South America is the land mass south of Panama. Latin America also includes Central America and Mexico. f) Australasia includes Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and other islands in the area.
WHITE-TAILED DEER My hosta bed is like a salad bar To deer that wander through my yard at night. Tomato blooms are cervine caviar; My potted plants to them a sweet delight! They were not here a score of years ago. From parks and outer parts they filtered in. The mix of open grass and trees, you know,--- A perfect eco-niche for flourishing. Last night I saw a buck upon my lawn--- So still it stood, face towards me, ears erect, His antler tines swept up from curv-ed horn. I moved a step; he did what I'd expect: He bounded off to reach a wooded blind, His snow-white tail a-flagging from behind! -J.W. McPherson The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), also known as the Virginia deer or simply as the whitetail, is a medium-sized deer native to the United States,Canada, Mexico, Central America, and South America as far south as Peru. It has also been introduced to New Zealand and some countries in Europe, such as Finland, Czech Republic, and Serbia. In the Americas, it is the most widely distributed wild ...
We have an exciting musical addition this week. Panda will be gracing our stage this Thursday night. " Panda's music is truly rare in its compilation of folk, blues, soul & jazz. His lyrics & music bring an intoxicating appeal to the stage with a wide array of songs about a variety of subjects spanning life's exciting challenges and myriad of inspirations. He has been touring extensively around western North America, Central & South America, Australia, New Zealand & the European Union for the previous twenty years. During this time, Panda has had the fortunate opportunity to play on the same stage with acts such as; Taj Mahal, CCR, The Wailers, Tuck & Patti, Michael Hedges, Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, David Grisman Quintet along with countless other accomplished performers." His show starts at 6:30, as usual there is no cover - reservations suggested but not required.
INTRODUCING KIRSTY ARNOLD: I would love to say that 'I've been everywhere man' but there are certainly some BIG must see destinations still on my list (and they continue to grow everyday!) I've been lucky enough to experience a European Winter - going skiing in Austria, eating pizza and pasta in Italy, seeing the Eifle Tower lite up at night, devouring everything chocolate, deep fried and beer in Belgium, partying in Amsterdam and cruising down the Fordes in Norway. I have relished the cultural experiences in Thailand (and cheap cocktails), marvelled at the temples in Cambodia, and crawled through the Cui Chi Tunnels in Vietnam. On top of that I have experienced THE MOST RELAXED wedding ever - my very own sisters in Fiji! My all time favourite place would be Vietnam - it's just so CHEAP and relaxed, and such an eye opening experience! High on my list is an African Safari, a ski trip and high energy trip in New Zealand, Machu Picchu in South America, Disneyworld and devouring Indian curries in India!!! kir ...
I used to think that WW3, if it happens, would be an oil war, or energy war of some kind, but I see that, as time goes by, water will surpass oil as the most precious finite resource, and WW3 could well be a water war. Several factors will lead separately to this same collective conclusion: 1. Glaciers: There are about 100,000 glaciers in the world: 25,000 in North America, South America, Europe, and New Zealand, and over 34,000 in the former Soviet Union and China. The Himalayan range alone encompasses about 15,000 glaciers, which store about 12,000 cubic-kilometers of freshwater. They feed 8 major rivers, including the Huang *** (China), Yangtze (China), Indus (India), Ganges (India) and Mekong (Vietnam). Altogether, they provide water to 1.5 billion people. Unlike American agriculture, which is by and large rain fed, Asian agriculture is by and large river-fed via irrigation. Dry up these rivers and not only will there be no water, there will be no food. Where are these 1.5 billion people, then 2 or 3 ...
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This weekend the Confederations Cup, aka "mini World Cup" begins. It always takes place 1 year before the actual tournament in the same host country, involving the reigning champions of all continents to compete against each other. The 8 teams participating are Brazil- host, Mexico - champion of North America, Italy- finished 2nd in Europe but qualifies due to Spain already qualified through wining the World Cup, Japan - champions of Asia, Spain- world and European champion, Uruguay - South America champion, Nigeria- champion of Africa and Tahiti - champion of Oceania, surprisingly beating New Zealand in order to qualify (they don't really count though, they are going to get destroyed). The teams I will go for are Japan and Uruguay, but if both of them fail I will go for Mexico and Nigeria.
Obama billed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which would encompass 40 percent of the global economy, as a "high-standard, high-level trade agreement" uniting the "most dynamic and fastest-growing region of the world." "Chile has been an excellent partner with us in trying to bring this multilateral trade agreement to a close," Obama said. Delegations from Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam hope to conclude the pact before the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Bali in October. Piñera said Chile, which already has a bilateral trade deal with the United States, was "fully committed" to the TPP and hoped to get it concluded by the deadline. Obama has championed the TPP as a way to boost the US economy through trade and to support his signature "rebalancing" of US foreign and military policy towards Asia. He has called for the deal to include strong labor rights and environmental standards but the propose ...
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Enjoyed movie Kon-Tiki today at the new Alice Videoland cinema. Had read Heyerdahl's book in recent years during a mega bicycle journey. But I remain mystified Thor Heyerdahal's theories of Polynesians originating from South America have never been taken onboard. Has science still got its head buried in sand? DNA evidence confirms (suggests?) Polynesian origins are Asian. But Kon-Tiki's sail carries the Tiki symbol relating to a Peruvian God. The Tiki symbol was also discovered in the Pacific Islands. And the Tiki is the famous symbol of New Zealand Maori. A Tiki is a popular souvenir representing New Zealand. Interesting or confusing?. I have photographed the Kon-Tiki balsa wood raft in the fascinating Heyerdahl museum in Oslo, Norway.
A magnitude 8.2 earthquake struck the Russian Far East on Friday, the U.S. Geologicial Survey reported. The epicenter for the extremely powerful quake was located in the Sea of Okhotsk, just to the west of the Kamchatka Peninsula, and about 600 kilometers (nearly 375 miles) underground. The quake was felt for five minutes in the region, Russia's Ria Novosti news agency reported. Many people ran into the streets as the temblor shook. No tsunami warnings were issued in the quake's immediate aftermath. The region is located along the Pacific "ring of fire," an area of high seismic and volcanic activity stretching from New Zealand in the South Pacific up through Japan, across to Alaska and down the West Coasts of North and South America.
formed in 1979 first show on March 2, 1980 in Reno first out of town gig: 1981, S.F. first tour (West Coast, USA): 1983 first tour (North America): 1984 first tour (Europe): 1993 first tour (Japan): 1995 first tour (Australia/New Zealand): SOON! first tour (South America): SOON! last tour (U.S.): 20...
GETTING AHEAD IN A DIFFICULT PROFESSION REQUIRES AVID FAITH IN YOURSELF. THERE IS NO CODE OF CONDUCT TO HELP BEGINNERS.  THAT IS WHY SOME PEOPLE WITH MEDIOCRE TALENT BUT WITH GREAT INNER DRIVE, GO MUCH FURTHER THAN PEOPLE WITH VASTLY SUPERIOR TALENT.   UNIVERSE.   A European rocket blasted off Tuesday on a 10-year journey to a comet in search for clues to the solar system's origins.  The Rosetta lander soared into the skies of South America atop an Ariane-5 rocket from French Guiana at 2:17 a.m. EST.  Two hours later, a 17-minute engine burn sent the spacecraft out of the earth's gravitational pull and on its way to the comet.   WORLD.  Five billion people--or nearly 80 percent of the world's population--suffer from tooth decay, the United Nations health agency said in a report on oral health.  Tooth decay, gum disease as well as oral and throat cancers, are a global health problem in industrialized and developing countries, the WHO warned.  Also, loss of teeth usually leads to malnutrition.   ...
The New Moon for Jumada-al-uuulaaa is on March 11, 2013 (Monday) at 19:51 UT. On this day, i.e March 11, it can not be seen anywhere in the world. On Tuesday, March 12, 2013, it can be seen with difficulty in Middle East, Northern Africa, and Europe. However, it can be easily seen in North America, Central America and Northwestern areas of South America. In New Zealand and Australia, it can only be seen on March 13.
Shepherd's Conference begins today. If you don't know what it is. It is a pastor's conference founded by John Macarthur and the good folks at Grace Community Church. I have been blessed to attend many times and it is truly a highlight of the year for me. However this year I am sad I will not be in attendance, i plan to watch online through video streaming if is possible to do so. ( I haven't seen anything on that this year). Do pray for the men, (especially the ones coming for the first time). There are dear brothers who come from every corner of the world to hear the preaching, (Russian and all places in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia or New Zealand, and also North and South America. It is a delight for me to meet new friends form all over the globe when I attend and I am always personally encouraged. Participants are treated like royalty by the host at Grace Church. I have never experience any event like it and again I truly lament not being able to go this year when it is just down the road ...
Today, February 15 is the day Archibald Menzies died (1754-1842) Menzies was a physician, surgeon and plant hunter from Scotland. He sailed on 4 journeys: Nova Scotia, East Coast of No. America, Pacific Northwest, West Indies; 2nd and 3rd trips were two extended voyages circumnavigating the globe. The most famous trip is the 2nd on H.M.S. Discovery under Captain Vancouver from 1791 to 1794. That trip took them around Cape Horn, to South America, The California coast, the Pacific Northwest, Canada, Alaska, Hawaii, Australia, and New Zealand. He was appointed as the naturalist on the Vancouver expedition due to the intervention of Sir Joseph Banks. Menzies' plants and seeds went to Kew Botanic Garden. He discovered the Monkey puzzle tree, Araucaria araucana; Pacific madrone, Arbutus menziesii; Cornus nutallii, Western flowering dogwood; Oregon grape, Mahonia aquifolium; Sanguisorba menziesii, Menzies burnet; California poppy, Eschscholzia californica; Pseudotsuga menziesii, Douglas fir; and the Coast redwo ...
alright, going to do it a little different this time, remember those of you that HAVE NOT commented, tell us where in the world you are. We're giong to be starting at 1, as in 1 person is from this place. So here we go! 1: Denmark, Argentina, Germany, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Verginia, Wyoming, Mexico, Indonesia, 2: Scotland, South America, Switzerland, Hawaii, Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, West Verginia, Singapore. 3: Sweden, Netherlands, New Zealand, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, Wisconsin. 4: Illinois, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee. 5: Alabama, Georgia, Maryland. 6: Connecticut, Michigan, Washington. 7: California, Florida. 9: Canada, England, Australia, South Africa. 12: Texas 14: South Africa
Column on Tom's Next Step from the Sydney Sun Herald today: Aussie Tom Denniss is well on his way to creating a world record for the fastest circumnavigation of the Earth on foot, while raising money for Oxfam, by running the equivalent of 622 marathons in as many days across more than 20 countries on every continent except Antarctica. Denniss (track him at tomsnextstep.com) started at the Opera House more than a year ago with his first ''warm-up'' leg to Bondi Beach on New Year's Eve 2011. He has now completed the first three legs of the run - the length of New Zealand and across the continents of North America and South America, from the Pacific to Atlantic Oceans. After Europe, he will run briefly in Asia before starting the final leg of the journey from Perth to Sydney, which will take three months. He's due to complete his mammoth task about election time. ''The steps of the Opera House is where he commenced the run and it's also where he must finish!'' his wife, Carmel, told S via email.
On Food and Wine In most European countries food and wine are consumed together at most meals. This is important to understand as Americans because most of the dishes we eat have at least one foothold in the preparations of the old world. The wines of France, Spain and Italy, especially, are meant to accompany, accent and compliment the meal. Quality wines from the U.S., South America, Australia and New Zealand, while expressing their own style and voice, are descended from ancient European vines and are vinted using the same methods. There are a number of rules that are usually held to be true. Although you may drink whatever you wish with whatever you wish to eat and never be corrected, you may find that by following a few rules you will greatly enhance your experience of each meal. The oldest rule is “red with red and white with white”. Thus you would pair a Cabernet Sauvignon with a ribeye or tenderloin and a Chardonnay with shrimp or pork. For those two wines the rule holds up fairly well if they ...
Basic rundown of tonights conversation... so basically we are going to start in Africa... potentially South Africa, move North to Kenya, Uganda, Ethopia, the Holy Land, Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, move west to Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, England, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany, Prague, Russia, Croatia, head southeast, India, Bhutan, Cambodia, Thailand, forgot to mention that we were in Singapore, by now were in China, Japan, home of over 1000 islands (Phillipines), Australia, New Zealand, headed to South America, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Columbia, Central America, and now back home!
Peerless Guitars is please to announce the establishment of Peerless Distribution LLC in the USA. This company will be handling the distribution for Peerless Guitars across the North American and Canadian territories. The Peerless Guitars distribution network has expanded significantly over the last twelve months, with new authorised dealers and distributor appointments in Russia, Turkey, Denmark, Mexico, UAE, New Zealand, and Portugal. Against a climate of global economic doom and gloom, demand for Peerless products is giving every appearance of ‘bucking’ the trend, while continuing its growth. The establishment of Peerless Distribution LLC will increase the profile of Peerless Guitars in the USA and Canada, and will generate further penetration into regional territories, such as the Bahamas and areas of South America. Peerless Distribution LLC is fronted by CEO, Gary Travis who has a long and enviable career both in and out of the music industry. Gary’s success in business, coupled with his love o ...
Before European arrival in New Zealand, carbohydrates were hard to find. Māori placed great value on the kūmara, a sweet potato they had brought from Polynesia. The remains of their early gardens and storage pits can still be seen around the country.   The Polynesian ancestors of Māori introduced kūmara (sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas) to New Zealand in the 13th century. They also brought other tropical food plants for cultivation, including taro, hue (bottle gourd), uwhi (yam), and tī pore (a tropical variety of cabbage tree). The aute (paper mulberry) tree also arrived; its bark was used for making tapa cloth and was not eaten. All of these were seen growing in the Bay of Islands by British navigator James Cook in 1769. It seems likely that the kūmara had earlier been taken to Polynesia by Polynesians who had voyaged to South America.   Adapting to a new environment   Gardening conditions in New Zealand were very different from the small tropical islands in east Polynesia. Northland’s climate ...
** Tarot Cards & Travel ** You love to travel! So, what Tarot cards should you be looking out for in your Tarot readings that denote holidays and travel? Let's have a look: World – The ultimate travel card! The World represents one of those life-changing travel experiences that you’ve been dreaming of for years, where you pack your things for several months to travel to far-reaching territories. Expect a round-the-world trip or major holiday! This card reminds me of our honeymoon to South America for three months. By far one of the best holidays I’ve had! Knight of Pentacles – Travel by foot, be it hiking or even cycling. You can just imagine this Knight plodding along, taking in the scenery, not too bothered about what’s around the corner but more focused on just moving along. Still, you can have some pretty amazing trips by foot to places like Machu Picchu, Patagonia, New Zealand, the Swiss Alps… the list goes on! Eight of Wands – Most definitely air travel! Expect a whirlwind tour, like . ...
In 2013, Crystal offers a diverse collection of cruises with 64 itineraries to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Asia, the South Pacific, Australia & New Zealand, the Pacific Coast, South America, Panama Canal, the Caribbean, New England & Canada and Trans-Ocean. In all, Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony, two of the world’s top-rated ships, will visit 226 ports of call in 62 countries allowing you the luxury of choice and flexibility when choosing your dream vacation.    Enhancing the Crystal Experience, nearly every voyage features an overnight stay at the beginning or end of your cruise so you can truly immerse yourself in the city and enjoy the convenience of unpacking and packing just once. Fully explore world-renowned cities including Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Bordeaux, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Monte Carlo, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Ushuaia, Venice and more! Plus, spend three days discovering the treasures of legendary destinations with two overnights offered ...
A counterculture (also written counter-culture) is a subculture whose values and norms of behavior deviate from those of mainstream society, often in opposition to mainstream cultural mores.[1][2] A countercultural movement expresses the ethos, aspirations, and dreams of a specific population during a well-defined era. When oppositional forces reach critical mass, countercultures can trigger dramatic cultural changes. Prominent examples of countercultures in Europe and North America include Romanticism (1790-1840), Bohemianism (1850-1910), the more fragmentary counterculture of the Beat Generation (1944-1964), the Hippie counterculture (1964-1974) and Hipsterism (1990s-2010s).[3] Definition and characteristics The term counterculture is attributed to Theodore Roszak,[3][4][5] author of The Making of a Counter Culture.[6] It became prominent in the news media amid the social revolution that swept North and South America, Western Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand during the 1960s and early 1970s.[1] ...
Bell pepper, also known as sweet pepper or a pepper (in the United Kingdom) and capsicum (in India, Australia and New Zealand), is a cultivar group of the species Capsicum annuum. Cultivars of the plant produce fruits in different colors, including red, yellow, orange and green. Bell peppers are sometimes grouped with less pungent pepper varieties as "sweet peppers". Peppers are native to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. Pepper seeds were later carried to Spain in 1493 and from there spread to other European, African and Asian countries. Today, China is the world's largest pepper producer, followed by Mexico.
Hi All I know on fb around Christchurch, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Italia, England, Japan, China, France, Germany, Vietnam, Indonesia - Kota Kinta Balu, US and South America. Because there are so many hundreds and thousands of people whom I have met through my Photo Documentation of CHC NZ Earthquakes, the acknowledgements and tributes are going to be broken down into 3 catergories:- CHC NZ, Sydney/US and General. Without the encouragement, help and support I would probably wouldn't be where I am now in the Photographic World if it hadn't been for the following people!!! So a very very safe Happy New Year and many many Happy Returns to the following people and A HuGe ThanK YOU:- So firstly a HuGe GianT Thank You to official Sponsors Seiko NZ for supplying an internal GPS for my new Nikon D800 Camera; Very Much appreciated. Having two GPS makes a huge difference and impact regarding data plotting accuracy! Having an internal GPS inside the camera and one that sits on top of the Flash Shoe is an .. ...
For Kerry Whitehouse:- Today in New Zealand History - 30th December Birthday of Gus Nketia, Auckland NZ, 100m sprint (Olympics-96) 1835 Charles Darwin leaves NZ after 9-day visit Darwin’s visit to the Bay of Islands on HMS Beagle was brief and unspectacular from his point of view. The Beagle’s captain, Robert FitzRoy, would later serve as the second Governor of New Zealand. New Zealand was just a short stopover on FitzRoy’s five-year expedition, the main aims of which were to chart the southern coast of South America and run a chain of chronometric readings (used to determine precise longitudes) around the globe. The trip was an ideal opportunity for a scientist to collect specimens from around the world, and after some enquiries Charles Darwin, a promising young naturalist and recent Cambridge graduate, was recommended for the job. The Beagle set sail in December 1831 and arrived in the Bay of Islands four years later. The story of Darwin’s nine-day visit to New Zealand is told in Lydia Monin’s ...
All we want for Christmas is to play Alaska, Hawaii, Russia, Southeast Asia, South America and New Zealand. Maybe some others too.
Rio to the Med' - Flexible Fly/Cruise Package from AU$2,913pp/NZ$3,896pp* MSC CRUISES Brazil, Canary Islands, Portugal, Spain, France & Italy Flexible Departure/Return ex Australia or NZ in March 2013 Flying to Rio de Janeiro with Emirates you can select from a variety of departured dates ex Australia or New Zealand prior to your cruise allowing you to add some land package options in this stunning South American city. You will then board MSC Orchestra on a 16 night trans-Atlantic Grand Voyage with ports in Brazil, Canary Islands, Lisbon, Cadiz, Barcelona, Tourlon and Genoa. Once you have arrived to the Mediterranean port, you can choose from a range of departure dates ex Milan, Italy on Emirates home. This incredibly flexible fly cruise package allows you to make the most of your time in South America and Europe on either side of your cruise.
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Looking to order in time for Christmas? Whilst our last date to dispatch has passed for orders to Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Africa, South America & the Middle East, there's still time to order elsewhere worldwide! We'll be dispatching orders up till Monday for the U.S, Canada & Eastern Europe, Wednesday for Western Europe and then Thursday 20th for UK orders. Of course if you aren't in a rush to recieve items for Christmas we are still dispatching orders worldwide. x
Connie Talbot new album 'Beautiful World' is now available to download from iTunes in North & South America, Europe, Japan, Australia & New Zealand, or from amazon. The deluxe CD can be purchased online with free shipping from www.evo88.com and is available in the shops in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Total Solar Eclipses can be seen only within a narrow path across Earth’s surface. People often travel long distances to stand within the moon’s dark shadow, to stand in line with the moon and sun. Outside the path of the total eclipse – which is called the path of totality – a partial Solar Eclipse will take place almost everywhere over the South Pacific Ocean. On land, the partial eclipse of the sun will be visible from all of New Guinea, most of Australia, New Zealand and numerous South Pacific Islands. It’ll also be visible from part of Antarctica and southwestern South America.
It's the birthday of humorist Will Rogers, born near Claremore, Oklahoma (1879). He was the last of eight children, the son of a successful rancher. He never graduated from high school and, at an early age, began performing in rodeo shows, specializing in roping tricks. His father tried to settle him down by enrolling him in a Military Academy, but he ran away and hopped a boat to South America. From there he took off to Africa, where he began performing in something called "Texas Jack's Wild West Show." He toured with various circuses in New Zealand and Australia until he finally found his way back to the United States, where he performed in vaudeville shows in New York City. Rogers went on to become the original king of all media. In his lifetime, he was a Broadway showman, Hollywood actor, traveling public speaker, radio commentator, and newspaper columnist. His column was syndicated in almost 400 papers; it was the most widely read column of its day. Will Rogers said: "When I die, my epitaph is going ...
Every time I study the Diaspora of the Children of Afrika throughout the World it seems that we are always at the bottom of political, economic and social totem pole of society. Every country; Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Belgium, France, Canada, U.S., Central and South America, the Middle East and everywhere else. Something is seriously wrong with this but I plan on doing something about it.
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He’s played on the stages of Africa, Australia, Canada, Europe, South America, New Zealand and all throughout the United States. He’s played for nearly every major Gospel artist who has ever recorded. He’s won Grammy, Stellar, Dove and Soul Train music awards. He’s renowned bass guitarist Terrance P...
Gondwanaland by Peter Longley: Join me tonight in the Botanical Center Meeting Rooms for the first in my free series on Gondwanaland, the Flora, Fauna, and Sea Creatures and Coral Gardens of the Southern Hemisphere. Theoretically, Gondwanaland was a plausible great southern continent that broke away many millions of years ago from a plausible single continent that we name Pangea. Later, Gondwanaland broke up into several smaller continents that drifted apart stranding plants and animal life giving unique flora and fauna to our Southern Hemisphere. The lands of Gondwanaland today are South America, Africa, India, Antarctica, Australia, and New Zealand. The presentation tonight on the flora of the Southern Hemisphere shows an amazing collection of slides taken by some great photographers, including the late Canadian photographer, Courtney Milne, and one of Jean Michel Cousteau’s photographic partners, David Brown. Others were taken by myself on my travels every winter in the Southern Hemisphere when I was ...
Is this a shrew? "A shrew or shrew mouse (family Soricidae) is a small mole-like mammal classified in the order Soricomorpha. True shrews are also not to be confused with West Indies shrews, treeshrews, otter shrews, or elephant shrews, which belong to different families or orders. Although its external appearance is generally that of a long-nosed mouse, a shrew is not a rodent, as mice are, and is in fact more closely related to moles. Shrews have sharp, spike-like teeth, not the familiar gnawing front incisor teeth of rodents. Shrews are distributed almost worldwide: of the major tropical and temperate land masses, only New Guinea, Australia, and New Zealand do not have native shrews at all; in South America, shrews are relatively recent immigrants and are present only in the northern Andes. In terms of species diversity, the shrew family is the fourth most successful of the mammal families, being rivalled only by the muroid rodent families Muridae and Cricetidae and the bat family Vespertilionidae." - ...
Next Friday is last posting date for surface mail sent to Africa, Asia, Australia, Caribbean, Central and South America, New Zealand.
November 13, 2012 Lunar Samhain (Saw-wen) Total Solar Eclipse is on November 13th at 10:13 p.m. GMT will be visible over Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific and South America. Enjoy ...
Super Rugby 2016 - should have 4 conferences, South America, Southern Africa, Australia and Asia and then New Zealand and the South Seas. Each conference should have 10 teams - the top 4 of each conference will play in a "drawn" knock out final - to determine the winner. This will grow rugby in all aspects in the Southern Hemisphere - giving teams a chance to play against the best of the best. What do you think ??
Preparation of the Elite to escape Nibiru and the Pole Shift That many countries and wealthy individuals have gone about preparing to survive the ongoing Polar Shift in 2012 should come as no surprise, too anyone. However one can recognize the signs by paying attention to how countries that are not normally associated with each other are suddenly helping each other out. This works with wealthy individuals as well, James Cameron recently made a large land purchase in New Zealand, above the protest of the natives. His recent work in deep dives as well as asteroid mining is a clear indication that he believes time is growing short concerning Nibiru and the Polar Shift in 2012. Israel and Argentina have been working closely together for years to help ensure each other's survival, even though they are thousands of miles apart. The US, Great Britain and France have been investing heavily in Central African nations as well as South America, all areas south of the equator. Central Continent locations in mountaino ...
The 10 Kingdoms of the New World Order 1. NAFTA (America, Canada and Mexico) 2. The E.U. – countries of the European Union, Western Europe as a whole 3. Japan 4. Australia, New Zealand, South Africa 5. Eastern Europe, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Russia and the former countries of the Soviet Union 6. Central and South America, Cuba and Caribbean Islands 7. The Middle East and North Africa 8. The rest of Africa, except South Africa 9. South and Southeast Asia, including India 10. China (Mongolia is now included with China) The Plans for the 10 Kingdoms was Created, September 17, 1973, by the Club of Rome for the New World Order
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is a global cruise vacation company that operates Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Pullmantur, Azamara Cruises and CDF Croisieres de France. The company has a combined total of 40 ships in service and has one under construction and one under agreement. It also offers unique land-tour vacations in Alaska, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Europe and South America.
The entire transit of Venus was visible from the western Pacific Ocean, north westernmost North America, northeastern Asia, Japan, the Philippines, eastern Australia, New Zealand, and high Arctic locations including northernmost Scandinavia, and Greenland.In North America, the Caribbean, and northwestern South America, the beginning of the transit was visible on 5 June until sunset. From sunrise on 6 June, the end of the transit was visible from South Asia, the Middle East, East Africa and most of Europe. It was not visible from most of South America or western Africa.
Bucket List? (x) Gone on a blind date (x) Watched someone die (x) Been to Canada (x) Been to Mexico ( ) Been to Florida (x) Been to Hawaii (x) Been to Europe ( ) Been to South America ( ) Been to Central America (x) Been to Asia (x) Been to Australia &/or New Zealand ( ) Been to Africa (X) Been on a plane (x) Been on a helicopter (x) Been on a Cruise ( ) Visited All 50 States (X) Been lost (x) Been on the opposite side of the country ( ) Gone to Washington , DC (x) Swam in the ocean (x) Cried yourself to sleep (X) Played cops and robbers (x) Recently colored with crayons (X) Sang Karaoke (x) Paid for a meal with coins only (x) Done something you told yourself you wouldn't (X) Made prank phone calls (X) Laughed until some kind of beverage came out of your nose. (x) Caught a snowflake on your tongue (X) Danced in the rain (X) Written a letter to Santa Claus (X) Been kissed under the mistletoe (X) Watched the sunrise with someone (X) Blown bubbles (X) Gone ice-skating (X) Gone to the movies (X) Skipped ...
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The Reptilians ensured that the new Man would be forever attached to the Reptilian frequency because the foundational prototype was Reptilian. This meant that the new Man could easily be mentally controlled by them. Upon discovery of this information that the Reptilians wanted control of the new race, the Atlanteans began a severe electromagnetic bombardment of Lemuria. This bombardment caused the bulk of the continent to submerge into the ocean, now called the Pacific Ocean. The only parts left above the water are the Hawaiian Islands, the California coast west of the San Andreas fault, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific Islands, Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan, and the islands of Southeast Asia. The Reptilian survivors went to Northern India, the Earths interior, the planet Venus, and parts of Central and South America. Inner Earth became the "homeland" for most of the surviving Reptilians of Lemuria. Here, they created a vast underground civilization. This started the legends of *** and demons l ...
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G3 Tour 2012 features tours in New Zealand, Australia with Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Steve Lukather; Europe with Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Steve Morse; South America with Joe Satriani, John Petrucci, and Steve Morse!
Total Solar Eclipse on November 13–14, 2012 A total Solar Eclipse will be seen from parts of Australia, New Caledonia, New Zealand, South America and Antarctica on November 13–14, 2012. It will be November 14 local time when the eclipse is visible in places east of the International Date Line. The eclipse starts at 19:38 Universal Time (UT) on November 13 and ends at 00:46 UT on November 14, 2012.
Yeah! :) New Zealand is just across the Pacific Ocean from South America. It's near Australia :)
The case for Sauvignon Blanc: Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand and South America can be awesome, but in the inte...
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