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Authorities dismantle a crossborder crypto fraud network in Europe

Coin Journal

00:40 sec | Last week

Authorities dismantle a crossborder crypto fraud network in Europe

"3 p.m. Friday January 13th, 2023. Authorities dismantle a cross border crypto fraud network in Europe. The cross border fraud network used call centers to defraud victims. The network operated in Germany, Serbia, Cyprus, and Bulgaria, 15 people connected to the network have been arrested so far. After the raid on nexo's offices in Bulgaria, the European Union agency for criminal justice cooperation and europol has arrested 15 people allegedly connected to. The post authorities dismantle a cross border crypto fraud network in Europe appeared first on coin journal.

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Vave Casino Review

Cryptoverze

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Vave Casino Review

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Albin Tells Us About His Christmas Adventures

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | Last month

Albin Tells Us About His Christmas Adventures

"You're in Texas, and even last night you did something special. Tell us what have you been up to? Well, you know, I'm down here in Cyprus, Texas, which is basically like a suburb, I guess you'd call it of Houston. And we went to celebrate my father in law, great guy, Jack. We went to celebrate his 89th birthday and we went to taste of Texas, which is like a very famous and quite expensive restaurant. Okay. Like 75 to a $100 steaks, but you know what? Yeah, and it took an hour and a half. We had to wait an hour and a half to get a table. That's how busy it was. The whole evening took four hours, but I gotta tell you, it is so decked out for Christmas. It reminded us of tavern on the green when they would deck out for Christmas in New York, but there was ornaments and everything beautiful stuff everywhere. It was like being in a Christmas museum before you even got to eat. Yeah, he had to wait, you had some more jars, but it was just gorgeous hanging out and just enjoying the atmosphere. But we had a great celebration of taste to Texas. And we should get them to sponsor the show. That's what we should do because we're talking about it so much. But the stakes are great in the atmosphere as terrific. And it had all that old timey like ski ski equipment and snowshoes and all these crazy stuff on the wall for Christmas and the old fashioned santas. No matter where you went, even in the restrooms they had like museum pieces that you could look at while you're taking care of business. But anyway, that was my adventure for Christmas. So far, but we're here still for the next few days through new year's to celebrate the countdown an hour later in the Houston area. So

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Day 348: Paul Sails for Rome

The Bible in a Year

02:59 min | Last month

Day 348: Paul Sails for Rome

"It's day three 48. We're reading acts 27. Efficient chapters four 5 and 6, and proper chapter 29 versus 22 through 24. The acts of the apostles, chapter 27 Paul sales for Rome. And when it was decided that we should sail for Italy, they delivered Paul and some other prisoners to a centurion of the augustan cohort named Julius. And embarking in a ship of HME, which was about to sail to the ports along the coast of Asia, we put to sea. Accompanied by aristarchus, a Macedonian from thessalonica. The next day we put in at sidon, and Julius treated Paul kindly and gave him leave to go to his friends and be cared for. And putting to sea from there, we sailed under the Lee of Cyprus, because the winds were against us. And when we had sailed across the sea which is off cilicia and pamphilia, we came to Myra and lycia. There the centurion found a ship of Alexandria sailing for Italy and put us on board. We sailed slowly for a number of days, and arrived with difficulty off sun itis, and as the wind did not allow us to go on, we sailed under the Lee of Crete off salmony. Coasting along it with difficulty, we came to a place called fairhaven's. Near which was the city of la Silla. As much time had been lost, and the voyage was already dangerous because the fast had already gone by, Paul advised them saying, sirs. I perceive that the voyage will be with injury and much loss, not only of cargo and the ship, but also of our lives. But this centurion paid more attention to the captain and to the owner of the ship than to what Paul said, and because the harbor was not suitable to winter in, the majority advised to put to sea from there on the chance that somehow they could reach Phoenix, a harbor of Crete, looking northeast and southeast and winter there. The storm at sea and when the south wind blew gently, supposing that they had obtained their purpose, they weighed anchor and sailed the long Crete close inshore. But soon, a tempestuous wind called the northeaster, struck down from the land, and when the ship was caught and could not face the wind, we gave way to it and were driven. And running under the Lee of a small island called kauda, we managed with difficulty to secure the boat. After hoisting it up, they took measures to undergird the ship. Then, fearing that they should run on the surface, they lowered the gear, and so were driven. As we were violently storm tossed, they began next day to throw the cargo overboard, and the third day they cast out with their own hands the tackle of the ship. And when neither sun nor stars appeared for many a day, and no small tempest lay on us, all hope of our being saved was at last abandoned. As they had been long without food, Paul then came forward among them and said, men. You should have listened to me, and should not have set sail from Crete and incurred this injury and loss. I now bid you take heart, for there will be no loss of life among you, but only of the ship. For this very night there stood by me and angel of the God to whom I belong and whom I worship, and he said, do not be afraid Paul. You must stand before Caesar. And behold, God has granted you all those who sail with you.

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Day 340 of The Bible in a Year: Generous Hearts

The Bible in a Year

02:56 min | Last month

Day 340 of The Bible in a Year: Generous Hearts

"We're eating axe chapter 21, second Corinthians, chapters at 6, 7, and 8, as well as proverbs shepherd 29 versus one through four. The acts of the apostles, chapter 21, Paul's journey to Jerusalem. And when he had parted from them and set sail, we came by a straight course to cost, and the next day to roads, and from there to petara. And having found a ship crossing to Phoenicia, we went aboard and set sail. When we had come in sight of Cyprus, leaving it on the left we sailed to Syria and landed at tyre. For there the ship was to unload its cargo. And having sought out the disciples, we stayed there for 7 days. Through the spirit, they told Paul not to go on to Jerusalem. And when our days there were ended, we departed, and went on our journey, and they all, with wives and children, brought us on our way till we were outside the city. And kneeling down on the beach, we prayed, and bade one another farewell. Then we went on board the ship, and they returned home. When we had finished the voyage from tyre, we arrived at ptolemais, and we greeted the brethren and stayed with them for one day. The next day we departed and came to caesarea, and we entered the House of Philip the evangelist, who was one of the 7 and stayed with him. And he had four unmarried daughters who prophesied. While we were staying for some days a prophet named agabus, came down from Judea, and coming to us, he took Paul's belt and bound his own feet and hands and said, thus, says the Holy Spirit. So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man who owns this belt and deliver him into the hands of the gentiles. When we heard this, we and the people there begged him not to go up to Jerusalem. Then Paul answered, what are you doing? Weeping and breaking my heart. For I am ready not only to be imprisoned, but even to die at Jerusalem for the name of the lord Jesus. And when he would not be persuaded, we ceased and said, the will of the lord be done. these days, we made ready and went up to Jerusalem, and some of the disciples from caesarea went with us, bringing us to the house of nason, of Cyprus, and early disciple, with whom we should lodge. Paul visits James at Jerusalem. When we had come to Jerusalem, the brethren received us gladly. On the following day, Paul went in with us to James, and all the elders were present. After greeting them, he related one by one, the things that God had done among the gentiles through his ministry, and when they heard it, they glorified God. And they said to him, you see brother, how many thousands there are among the Jews of those who have believed. They are all zealous for the law, and they have been told about you that you teach all the Jews who are among the gentiles to forsake Moses, telling them not to circumcise their children or observe the customs. What then is to be done. They will certainly hear that you have come. Do therefore what we tell you. We have four men who are under a vow. Take these men and purify yourself along with them and pay their expenses so that they may shave their heads. Thus all will know that there is nothing in what they have been told about you, but that you yourself live in observance of the law.

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Doorbell video shows malnourished Texas twins seeking help

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Doorbell video shows malnourished Texas twins seeking help

"A woman accused of abusing her twin teens in suburban Houston has a criminal record of child abuse I Norman hall Court records show a mother whose twin teenagers told police in suburban Houston they were handcuffed and forced to drink bleach pleaded guilty a decade earlier to charges of putting her kids in danger Zika Duncan was arrested in Louisiana this week along with her live in boyfriend Doorbell videos show the 15 year old siblings barefoot and holding handcuffs knocking on homes before dawn in their neighborhood and Cyprus and asking for help According to an affidavit by Harris county constable the brother and sister were severely malnourished and said the abuse had been occurring for months the mother and boyfriend are being held in Baton Rouge and face extradition On Norman hall

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:47 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Well, you are standing in the prettiest spot in Cyprus. Where are you standing? What are you looking at? So the first image that comes to mind is the first, I think it's probably mild two or three into the aphrodisia. Hike. Okay. If you do it the way we do it. Which is counterclockwise. And you're standing on a cliff on the southwestern edge of the island, and there's this gnarly Juniper tree that's just holding on to the edge. You can imagine it holding on against the wind for ages. And just this contrast of this tree and the sea and the clear water and the sunshine and just the fresh, clear air. It was that for me was my cypress moment. I'll just add plunging cliffs to that and that typical Turquoise sea right through it to the bottom classic Mediterranean blue water. Depending on where the sun happens to be, depending on when you happen to hike that trail. But it's magnificent. And it's there at about a 270° angle off that particular view. So it's gorgeous. Excellent. So Daniel, I'm hearing your agreement. Yeah, sorry. I was supposed to give you something else, wasn't it? You don't have to give me something else. No. It's okay if you both agree. A close second was in that first mile of the Ivanka scourge looking up. Probably between like around ten or 11 in the morning and watching the light bounce off the crevices that tower above you about a thousand feet. It makes you feel small and then it makes you feel part of a beautiful world. Very cool. One thing that makes you laugh and say only in Cyprus. The driving, even though I was a driving. The driving can sometimes feel a little precarious, even as a passenger. So for me, and this is tinged with a little bit of sadness. In Nicosia, on the southern side, there was a dinner kebab restaurant on this other side of the wall that divides the city. There was a dinner kabob restaurant called the Berlin Wall. Oh, funny. Either that, or getting your hair cut on the northern side. And getting your forehead wow. By one of the friendliest barbers in the world, by the way, who does not mean you harm, but does do. And he actually was a really good barber. Excellent. And if you had to summarize Cyprus in just three words of what three words would you use? Not as expected. Yeah, I was going to say diverse natural beauty, but diverse culture too. So diversity and all not as expected. So I understood Audrey's. You got to give a little more explanation for that, Daniel..

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And once we emerged quite thankfully, quite honestly, because there were parts in the very deepest part of the gorge back that were not particularly exceptionally safe. So what most people do in the myelin and come out is the safe, but we went all the way to the end and then we went up. Through the gorge and then emerged on the top of this hill where it's like all farmland. And so it's like mountain goats and sheep and farmers as well as a lot of this kind of cypress trees that you see, some of the Juniper forests. And again, that cypress landscape. And then you can just sort of wind your wave fairly easily back above the gorge that you just walked back out to the coast. So a lot of people go all the way out through the gorge and then come back the same way. But what we found is there's actually a return loop that goes along the rim of the gorge. So you get the benefit where you can look down into the gorge, but you also have the view of the coast just beyond. So it was kind of a nice combination of almost like two hikes and one. As long as you don't mind mud and quicksand and those sort of things. This is why all the trails in the gorge tell you that do not do this trail or do not do this hike when it's raining. And so we had to make sure that there was no rain on the horizon. But because it had rained three days before, there was a little bit of. It was exciting. Don't do it Dan and Audrey. Actually one tip for that area is if you have walking sticks, bring your walking sticks because it's just nice to have that extra. Stability. Yeah, whenever you're I mean, this is more of a canyoneering kind of experience and a walking stick is helpful. And also shoes you don't mind getting wet. Yes. Correct. Exactly. But as Dan said, there is a beginning section. There are walkways that take you to the entrance of the gorge. So you can also do that, and then come back, which means you're not climbing all over boulders. But you still get the dramatic. Landscapes in nature. Very cool. I think we're kind of wrapping up your itinerary. Is there anything else we want to say about the itinerary before we get into more general comments about Cyprus? There's not a whole lot in depth that we would say about food, but I imagine folks are probably curious about what that is or what that might entail. A lot of Greek food. So that means a lot of souvlaki, a lot of grilled meats, meze. So hummus and tzatziki, most restaurants, you'll find a beautiful mezze platter to start with with different types of dips. We were more focused on seafood, and obviously it's an island, so there is seafood, but the seafood does tend to be a little bit more expensive than the meat. So interesting. Yeah, it tends to be a little bit more expensive than the meat. But we also found that most of the places we stayed also had a kitchen. We were kind of deliberately choosing little apartments. So we could also stop at fruit and vegetable stands and pick up fresh fruit because it's a Mediterranean island. So there's also great local fruits and vegetables as well. You mentioned hummus and we're close enough now to Lebanon and Israel is humus a warm dish..

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Enjoyable, but not necessarily with the cultural depth. There's both. I mean, that's actually the really interesting thing about Cyprus as you have the two side by side, meaning walking up to the UNESCO sites, you're passing by some cheesy torus, souvenir shops. So you kind of have a, I bought a few cheesy tourist souvenirs in my time. Yes. I mean, I guess, but that's one of the interesting things is you have these two things side by side. And that's like for us, we spent two nights in paphos, did a couple of hikes, and then our last morning, we spent exploring the archeological sites. So it was this nice combination. Right, there's the main archeological site and pathos itself, and then there's another smaller site called the tombs of the kings. That is sort of just up the road. So the arch of the main archeological site in paphos is the right there in the city. You can just walk right to it. And then there's also coastal walks along the way. So pothos is a pretty city to base oneself to have access to quite a bit. Beaches, coastal walks, archeological sites, as well as the two hikes that we did. Audrey talked about the aphrodisiac and Adonis trail. And the other hike, which was absolutely spectacular, was the avoca goge, like. And again, you might not think of Cyprus in terms of gorges. This landscape was completely different to anything else we had seen on the island. But it was essentially a three to four mile hike through the gorge, which got rather dramatic at times and because it had rained earlier in the week. It also got a little slippery at times. We were climbing over boulders. And getting started getting stuck in what felt like pretty deep mud. And quicksand. Having said that, most of the time, it's not like that. And what most people do. And this gorge is about, I'm going to guess. And I really should I should have done my research here. It's probably about a thousand feet deep, perhaps maybe even more than that. Typically what folks do. And even the day that we were there when it was fairly wet, we saw families there. And there's obviously a running water and stream through it that's cut the gorge through the ages and basically goes out to the coast. But as you go inland, it gets deep, it's beautiful. There are these really beautiful bits of light that come down through the gorge and through the rocks, loads of instagrammable moments if that's your thing. Most folks go in probably about a mile, I think, and then they turn it back around. We went 5 miles. Actually, it's debatable. I think the GPS is on our phones didn't work properly. So it's debatable somewhere between for us, two and a half and 5 miles. I realized that it's not particularly precise..

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Actually, for the folks who are possibly planning to go from larnaca north to Toronto's, there are a couple of villages whose names that don't recall between those two areas as well as wineries. So if it's in season, it's worthwhile pulling out a map and maybe even asking where you've rented your car because that's where we got the suggestions are the man who runs who was running the rental car office. He said, I know someone here, you should go here, the food here is really great here. Just full of recommendations that I imagine we could have taken advantage of. Not only if we had more time, but I think more importantly, if we happen to be there in the right season. There was a lot of great things happening for us because it was the off season. There weren't very many people, but there were a number of things were closed that otherwise would have been open. But after we did the hike in the snow, I mean, I think some parts that were like 8 to ten inches of snow that we were walking through. But this is the incredible thing. So we're in snow. We hop in the car and in an hour and one hour and 15 minutes, we're basically in t-shirts and on the coast. On the coast. So that really shows you how compact the island is and how right. Geographically. It is in such a small area. So after the hike in the Toros mountains, we drove to paphos, and we spent the next three days there. And we used pothos, which is on the south southwestern side of the island. We used that as our base to do a few more hikes along the coast as well as in a canyon and also to explore some of the biggest archeological sites on the island. And paphos itself is traditionally kind of a touristy town. It was quite for us it was nice. It wasn't so crowded when we were there, which meant that it wasn't full of active parties and loud music, but which I know that it has a reputation for. Some of the reviews that we read on some of the hotels and accommodation we were looking at. But it actually has kind of a nice feel. There's some nice restaurants along the coast. There's a little old town area. And most importantly, it's about 45 minutes away driving from two great hikes and one of them is called the aphrodisiac trail. And that's probably one of the most famous hikes in Cyprus. It takes you past the baths of aphrodisia, which is a grotto waterfall area. But it takes you along the coast through some really beautiful southwestern landscapes where it's just crystal clear water and dramatic cliffs and these gnarly cypress trees and Juniper trees holding on to the cliff's edge and you just kind of wonder how they survive there. And then at that trail takes you up to an overlook that again provides you a nice 360° panoramic view of that whole southwestern Peninsula. The traditional route is about four to 5 miles. We added some extra. So we usually do. We combined it with the Adonis trail, so that made it more like an 8 mile hike. But again, with all of these hikes you have variations that you can take based on how much time you have, the difficulty you want and what you're looking for. Well, I also noticed you mentioned that you were staying in that it is both a Unesco World Heritage Site and was about 5 years ago a capital of culture. So when you say it's a beach town and has a lot of loud music, I picture something much more modern and sold us..

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:57 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And I think also when you're in a place like Cyprus and particularly after you visit the museum there, you think, wow, this place has been around for a long time. Lots of folks have stepped forward here and left their mark. And this island and its texture is the result. So I thought that was pretty neat. And that's not something that's really top of mind when Cyprus is promoted through tourism media because they make most of their money through beach vacations. Right, sure. Well, it was funny because when you were talking about the fortress in southern Nicosia, I could have sworn that Audrey said Venetian in Daniel said phoenician and I couldn't tell if you were both saying the same thing or different things that it could be either one because they were both there..

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"There is the issue of things like insurance and safety and it's been said that if you take a car with a plate from southern Cyprus onto the northern side, it may get vandalized and similarly if you bring a car from the northern side to the south. So it's really just not recommended. And we knew that most of our trip was going to be anchored by hiking destinations and require us to drive from place to place. So we thought if we ever go back to really more deeply explore more deeply, the northern side outside of Nicosia, we would probably just go to the north side of Cyprus exclusively. We rent a car there and do what we need to do with a northern cypress plated car. But here we add a little bit of amount of time with a southern plated cypress car. We said, we're not going to go over the border with this. It just really was not recommended. It seemed like it was tempting fate. And on top of that, when we rented the car at the airport and learned, he asked the person at the rental car office asked if we were planning on going to Northern Cyprus because the insurance on our car was not valid there. So you also need to make sure that you buy extra insurance. Okay. If you're going to go inside. I think the other thing that I'll note, we're having this conversation about cars getting vandalized. Honestly, never did we feel unsafe throughout this entire trip. Southern side, northern side, either side of Nicosia. It really, everyone was friendly. We felt safe the entire time. So it really was a non issue. I think it was, I think it's just a case of you do what the locals recommend you to do. And they don't recommend you to take a car from the south and to the north. Okay. Anything else you want to say about Northern Cyprus?.

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"So often when we're planning a trip, we kind of know the areas we want to go to. We search for those areas on those websites, and then find, okay, what are the types of trails that match our interests as well as the amount of time we want to hike or the distance we want to hike. So one of the trails on Komoot combined, I think, two or three smaller hikes to create a longer loop, which because a lot of people will just go out to the sea caves, but we want to kind of a 6 mile loop. So we ended up connecting several others to make it longer for us. So in this, you have done multi day hikes, but this was a day hike. This was a day. And all the hikes we did in Cyprus were day hikes. Usually between 6 and ten miles in terms of distance. Okay. And then the sort of thing that you don't need to be a professional hiker or trekker to do. And most of these are so accessible that let's say you don't want to do the ten mile Dan and Audrey version, but you'd like to do something a little shorter and more reasonable. The two mile crisp version. Yeah, I understand. Two mile or the four mile. Most of these places have those kinds of options. The two are four miles cut a little bit shorter. If you want to make it longer and go up into the mountains for more viewpoints and vistas you can do that. And I think it's probably fair to say that the cape Greco hike is probably more of a walk. And then once we went into the mountains and the Toros mountains and then to Papas, those hikes are progressively more impressive. I would say difficult. And difficult. What started out as an RV resort in sunny, Arizona has blossomed into 12 adult playgrounds for every one over 55 years old. Cal am resorts offers experiences.

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:17 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Well, in the keep record is the furthest most eastern point on the south. The resort area that you mentioned that you did not go to is that west of. Or where is that? It's east of larnaca and west of California. So it's about ten, 15 minute distance from cape Greco. Okay, none of this being again, as you said, that far apart. Yeah. Right. It's a relatively compact island and maybe we'll get to this as we discussed the trajectory of our trip. But there are also fairly well-known beach areas to the west of larnaca as well. If you look at something that's of interest for us, we said, all right, how do we get the greatest breadth of this island? And the outdoors, given the weather circumstances and the flexibility that we have, how do we do that most effectively? And so that's why we ended up heading east and said, okay, you can drive an hour east to get to cape Greco, do what you need to do. And then it's just another hour and 15 minutes and boom with a car you're in the capital city of Nicosia. Excellent. So cape Greco, you describe the cape Greco areas where you were doing your hiking tell us, tell us more. So cape Greco is most famous for what they call the sea caves, which are basically limestone cliffs that are kind of being eroded away by the sea. So it has this dramatic overlook the waves crashing. And then there are also areas around there with lagoons, these crystal clear blue lagoons, and then also the trail continues past a church that's beautifully placed right on the sea's edge. And then we ended our trek or our hike on a beach, which was actually very nice to be, we didn't go in the water, but to be able to take off your shoes and walk in the sand in late December is very nice..

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"So in terms of getting to trailheads in terms of visiting small villages, if the wineries had been open, we could have stopped at wineries along the way. One note though is driving is on the left side of the road. Oh. Yes. From when Cyprus was either a British British protectorate, and so what we did is we flew from Berlin into larnaca. There's two main international airports in Cyprus, one is larnaca, and the other is pathos. So pathos is further in the south, Lana is a little bit further east. If you're coming from Europe, there's lots of low cost airlines that have direct flights. If you're coming from the United States, you probably would be transiting through Greece or another kind of major hub on the way to Cyprus. And then from there we picked up our car at the airport and larnaca. And then spent a day on the coast near Aya Napa, which is mainly known for the beaches and a lot of resorts, we bypassed that and went to and did a 6 mile hike along cape Greco, which kind of has the C caves and limestone cliffs and kind of an interesting diversity of nature with hills and hikes and desert, but then also flowers and lush kind of rainforest, not rainforest, but like lush nature as well. And then we went to Nicosia for three days. And that is interesting because again, you have the two sides of the capital city. And on the Greek side, we essentially spent the first day because it was raining cats and dogs. This is one of the things when you travel in the winter time in the Mediterranean is the weather can be a little challenging. So we are constantly checking our weather apps to adjust. But there is an archeological museum there, which is relatively small, but is incredible. And I say that because often when I hear archeological museums or ancient historical museums, I often get rather bored quickly. But it could be a little dry. This is not dry. Sure. What I often feel and I hope I imagine most people might relate to this is it can feel overwhelming. It's a lot of information. And so one of the things that this particular museum does is it does not overwhelm and it did a really excellent job of actually interpreting all the little piece parts of its exhibitions and then putting it into context. We didn't do a whole lot of research on Cyprus before going, but it has a really deep, unsurprisingly actually, given its location. It has a pretty surprisingly deep history with a number of different civilizations as well as a sort of cultural artifacts and various digs that have been done to expose those different civilizations. So it's definitely absolutely worth it. So we welcome the fact that it poured cats and dogs in it rain. It drove us very quickly. Inwards. But we had heard about this museum and it had been recommended a number of times to us and for good reason..

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

03:00 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And this is something that's definitely, if you're not even if you don't, even if you don't enjoy watching television, turn the television on when your hotel, and there you'll hear Arabic, you'll hear Hebrew, you'll hear Greek, Italian, of course, English, and then all the Russians. And that gives you the role that cypress plays as a member of the European Union, but being kind of on the edge or an outpost of the most eastern outpost of the European Union. So that's fascinating, I think. And the two dominant cultures if you want to call it that is going to Greek and also Turkish. So the southern part of the country is more Greek, the northern part of the country is more Turkish influence. Excellent. And then of course there are also all the beaches. And then what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for us? We might have a little bit of a non traditional itinerary because we were focused on being outside as much as possible. We came from Berlin winter. So which means very dark and cold. And these last two years, a lot of us have been focusing on our outside activities, yes, exactly. And also we love hiking anyways. So a suggested itinerary would be a combination of several hikes, including a couple of coastal hikes, and we can go into more detail on what we recommend for hiking, as well as visiting the mountains. And then combining that with visits to the capital city of Nicosia and there there's actually two sides. The capital city is still divided. So you can visit the southern side, which is the more Greek oriented side, or you can travel across the border for the day to the northern side. And then to end perhaps on the coast with some more hiking as well as visits to archeological sites. So of course, we traveled in of December and January. And so things like wineries were not necessarily available to us. And maybe we'll talk about this in the course of our discussion, but because it was off season. Yeah, it was off season. But the quality of wines and Cyprus surprisingly good. And the cuisine is, I wouldn't characterize it as particularly unique or uniquely spectacular. It's very much Greek on the Greek side, very much Turkish on the Turkish side, but the combination of the outdoors, the beaches, high quality wine, and generally decent food available, makes it a nice kind of rounded vacation or getaway that is one part outdoor, but also sort of culinary and cultural. So I think that's the thrust of the kind of vacation or getaway that we're advocating here. And one of the things that we did that we would also recommend to anyone visiting Cyprus or at least traveling around is to rent a car. Because the island is not particularly big, there is public transport, but the buses are not super frequent. So you're kind of challenged dealing with schedules. And we found that renting our own car was it was reasonably priced and also it allowed us a lot of flexibility..

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"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:34 min | 10 months ago

"cyprus" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"If I got my bags back on the road I'm heading out there and I'm ready to go look at real good in my passport oh no amateur traveler episode 798 today the amateur traveler talks about hikes and haircuts, cliffs and a caravan sarai beaches and a gorge as we go to the island of Cyprus. But maybe not maybe not to the day welcome to the amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen, let's talk about Cyprus. I'd like to welcome back to the show Audrey Scott and Daniel knowle from uncovered market dot com who've come to talk to us this time about Cyprus. Audrey and Daniel welcome to the show. Thanks for having us. Thanks so much. We're glad to be back. And we see back, we have done shows with you. I know on Berlin where you live now on Prague on banquet desh on Haiti and I can't remember what other shows we've done. One of these days will make a connection between all of them. So it's clear why we chose those destinations. Or you chose those destinations for us. Excellent. And Cyprus, what's your connection with Cyprus? Before visiting, we didn't really have much of a connection. We live in Prague. I thought we live in prom. We live in Berlin and Cyprus for us was kind of this destination or Mediterranean island in the south, which in the wintertime means more sunshine and warmth. So we had been curious about going to Cyprus for years, had planned to go there previously during new year's breaks, and it never really worked out. And so this year, even though it was a pandemic, the stars kind of aligned and we thought, okay, this is the year to go and explore this island that was a bit of a mystery to us because the only thing we had really known about Cyprus before we visited where the beaches and our focus was actually something very different. So for us it was trying to find a different side of the island and focus on more of the nature and the hiking. I mean, we did have some level of professional connection because we had worked on a Mediterranean ecotourism project that encompassed as well. But in that work, we didn't have a chance to experience Cyprus other than to know that it was a traditional destination. It suffers a little bit under the mass tourism that it experiences quite a lot. The other connection that I had, I became interested in Cyprus because I read this, I don't know, a.

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Jeannie Constantinou and Eric Discuss the Story of Lazarus

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 10 months ago

Jeannie Constantinou and Eric Discuss the Story of Lazarus

"Story of Lazarus, what I find almost funny is like I find a lot of stuff funny just because it's so crazy. But the idea is that Jesus does the most astonishing thing imaginable. Everybody's minds are blown. It's like the mic drop of history. And the slap of the oven. What? We're not bringing that up. But what happens what I find funny is that the Jewish leaders, okay, these corrupt men, how do they want to deal with this? Instead of saying, oh my goodness, maybe this is the messiah. Maybe this is God. Maybe we should. No, they say, we want to kill him. We need to wipe him out. And if that's not enough, they also wanted to kill Lazarus. Which I find actually funny. Can you imagine? There was no angry that they want to kill. It's like, because he died once, we're going to make sure he doesn't. There were so many witnesses to the death of Lazarus, we've been thinking all these people came and helped prepare the body. He was cold. He was stiff. They put him in the tomb. They stayed with the sisters, and they were mourning with them. There were eyewitnesses to the raising of Lazarus. So of course they have to get rid of him because he's living proof that Jesus was the messiah. And do you know where Lazarus went? Where he went? Yes. To get away? No. He went to Cyprus. He was preaching on and you should know this. This is very interesting. We talk about where do we get that? Island of Cyprus. And one of the early church fathers. Part of the tradition of the church of Cyprus, the church of Cyprus, is one of the oldest churches is older than the church of Greece, right? Because Paul went to Cyprus and there were people who went to Antioch, there were Jewish Christians who went to Antioch from Cyprus. So if you read axe, you will see this.

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The Demise of the EastMed Pipeline

The Larry Elder Show

00:59 min | 11 months ago

The Demise of the EastMed Pipeline

"An article that was in newsweek, January of this year. Headline, the demise of the east, med pipeline. Do you know about that? The east mad pipeline was designed to bring natural gas from Israel and Cyprus across Greece to Italy and Bulgaria. At the end of 2020, Congress passed legislation to support the construction of this pipeline and liquefied natural gas terminals. It was supported by the Trump administration. Created the United States eastern Mediterranean energy center, run by the Department of Energy. According to newsweek, when the Biden administration came into office, one of its first official acts, along with canceling the Keystone excel pipeline, was to cancel this.

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Shipwreck of civilization: Pope comforts migrants on Lesbos

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Shipwreck of civilization: Pope comforts migrants on Lesbos

"Pope pope Francis Francis offers offers hope hope and and comfort comfort to to migrants migrants at at a a refugee refugee camp camp as as he he returns returns the the Greek Greek island island of of Lesbos Lesbos in in a a second second trip trip to to Lesbos Lesbos in in five five years years the the pope pope lamented lamented that that little little has has changed changed since since twenty twenty sixteen sixteen when when the the Greek Greek island island what's what's at at the the heart heart of of a a massive massive wave wave of of migration migration pope pope Francis Francis five five day day trip trip to to Cyprus Cyprus and and Greece Greece has has been been dominated dominated by by the the migrant migrant issue issue and and this this call call for for European European countries countries to to come come together together during during this this time time of of uncertainty uncertainty and and instability instability Greek Greek president president cut cut that that he he not not secular secular liberal liberal who who joined joined the the pope pope on on his his visit visit strongly strongly defended defended Greece's Greece's response response to to the the needs needs of of migrants migrants and and thanked thanked Francis Francis for for showing showing his his support support I'm I'm the the only only Shannon Shannon

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Pope laments 'hostility and prejudice' with Cypriot Orthodox

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Pope laments 'hostility and prejudice' with Cypriot Orthodox

"Pope pope Francis Francis speaks speaks of of unity unity on on the the first first full full day day of of a a four four day day visit visit to to Cyprus Cyprus yes yes we we have have a a media media sitting sitting in in front front of of the the Gilded Gilded I. I. cholestasis cholestasis also also Francis Francis laments laments centuries centuries of of hostility hostility and and prejudice prejudice that that divided divided Catholics Catholics and and orthodox orthodox believers believers he he adds adds concrete concrete joint joint works works of of charity charity education education and and efforts efforts to to promote promote human human dignity dignity could could help help the the two two wings wings discover discover offer offer Turner Turner T. T. and and communion communion will will mature mature by by itself itself in in the the praise praise of of god god although although Cyprus Cyprus comprises comprises a a tiny tiny part part of of the the eastern eastern orthodox orthodox community community with with around around eight eight hundred hundred thousand thousand faithful faithful leaders leaders point point to to the the island's island's role role as as the the gateway gateway to to Christianity's Christianity's Westwood Westwood expansion expansion owing owing to to its its proximity proximity to to the the faith's faith's birth birth place place I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month

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A weary pope urges Greek, Turkish Cypriots to heal division

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

A weary pope urges Greek, Turkish Cypriots to heal division

"Pope pope Francis Francis urged urged Cyprus Cyprus to to welcome welcome migrants migrants and and heal heal the the Greek Greek and and Turkish Turkish divisions divisions that that have have lacerated lacerated the the country country for for more more than than a a century century Francis Francis made made the the appeal appeal as as he he arrived arrived in in the the ethnically ethnically divided divided separate separate capital capital at at the the start start of of a a five five day day visit visit that that will will also also take take him him to to Greece Greece prospects prospects for for unifying unifying the the island island have have rarely rarely been been as as bleak bleak as as they they are are now now after after Turkish Turkish Cypriots Cypriots demanded demanded recognition recognition of of a a separate separate state state before before peace peace can can be be discussed discussed the the island island nation nation has has seen seen a a spike spike in in migrant migrant arrivals arrivals this this year year it it is is formally formally asked asked the the European European Commission Commission to to let let it it stop stop processing processing asylum asylum claims claims altogether altogether I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Migrant crisis front and center in pope's Greece-Cyprus trip

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Migrant crisis front and center in pope's Greece-Cyprus trip

"Pope pope Francis Francis is is heading heading back back to to the the Greek Greek island island of of Lesvos Lesvos to to meet meet migrants migrants and and asylum asylum seekers seekers for for the the second second time time in in five five years years the the comes comes as as European European governments governments are are hardening hardening borders borders and and policies policies to to keep keep migrants migrants out out even even as as religious religious facing facing broader broader collaboration collaboration to to address address major major global global problems problems Francis Francis is is making making a a repeat repeat visit visit to to the the island island where where hundreds hundreds of of thousands thousands of of refugees refugees and and migrants migrants have have passed passed through through on on their their journey journey to to Europe Europe the the pontiff pontiff starts starts his his five five day day trip trip on on Thursday Thursday in in Cyprus Cyprus before before heading heading to to Greece Greece on on Saturday Saturday the the separate separate government government says says pope pope Francis Francis is is arranging arranging to to transfer transfer a a number number of of migrants migrants to to Italy Italy after after he he concludes concludes his his three three day day visit visit I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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"cyprus" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"cyprus" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Thank you for For sharon all of that. Then finally these are some loves filled out by person who calls himself. Stop and smell the roses before you die. And i love how plume area trees look dead most of the year but then suddenly leaves at pier and the most beautiful and lovely smelling flowers start blooming and falling all over the ground. I love extra. I'm sure i'm pronouncing that wrong flowers. And how my grandma taught me to pull the thread from the center revealing tiny straw. That when you suck on it you get a little shot of sweet. Nectar sweet nectar was name. I was a melt answer under. So you know i love the male dancer formula for joke. I love taking a walk in the neighborhood and getting a strong whiff of flower fragrance and i can't figure out where from i love. My kids. Enjoy the tiny flowers in her yard that most people would consider weeds and how they pick as many of them as they can to give me before. I leave the house to go to therapy or anyone else for it anywhere else for that matter. But it's especially poignant. When i'm going to my quote doctor appointment i love seeing feick. This grow roots from the top of a coral rock wall. And how the roots follow the grout lines to reach the ground. I love seeing tree root structures when they have to spread out wide over top of rocky services because the ground is too hard to penetrate all in one spot. I love how cyprus trees propagate.

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"cyprus" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"cyprus" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Have a plan ready to evacuate as early as you can. If needed or g guess what ge all of the above yes absolutely g Those are all things that you really need to to plan to to plan ahead for a storm. I a lot of the the comments that came in as we reached out on social media asking for tips there were a lot who said hey folks buy flood insurance remember to do that. I think it is something that a lot of folks Particularly those who moved to the area think to themselves well i have homeowners insurance or have rendered insurance that covers it right not necessarily well. The other thing is do do some research you know. Find out from some of the neighbors in the in the area that you move into. How did this neighborhood perform impasse storms. Did it flood. How long was the power out. You know things like that so doing your research ahead of time to find out how your actual neighborhood Would fare during a storm is important fred in. Cyprus suggests parking your car in a tall garage if there might be flooding to keep your car dry did that during harvey a major on. I think it was about the fifth level which may have been two levels more than was needed but just to be of course the. The potential downside of that is if there is flooding in the garage floods until that's cleared up. You may not be able to get the car back out. Yeah but my cousin told me about this thing. It's like a bag that you roll your car on top of you've seen it on amazon. You can actually keep your car from flooding us like a reverse above ground pool that they have car. I've never seen this. But he says that it does exist so we're gonna pull up some other tips. We received from some of those fine folks in the houston sub reddit Don't drive through water. I mean we've talked about this. We talk about this during every storm. this is This person common saying you'd think that's not a hacker but every damn time my street floods. Somebody gets their car. Stalled find higher ground in wait absolutely Another one again talking about water. Keep milk jugs full of water. Frozen in your freezer it takes longer for them to melt and you can use them for water afterwards. I as a bonus can help make your freezer more efficient during the rest of the year..

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Audacity to Share App Analytics Data

podnews

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Audacity to Share App Analytics Data

"Old casati an open source of audio at his to share limited analytic states with that company in kaliningrad in russia. It's announced the data shed which you don't appear to be able to opt out of include your ip address but doesn't include your name address or email. The app was acquired by newsgroup a company based in cyprus in may they've also requested open source developers sign a license agreements to contribute new code

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"cyprus" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"cyprus" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In the area road Cyprus at the 5700 blocks so as to write about Hackberry is going to be blocked off and you're not going to be able to get through that. The CHP is going to be handling the pedestrian that was struck. And that was closer to Cyprus. And narrow area is closed, and we'll have more. Of course, coming up for you at two o'clock here on Kft came well. Wall Street, sir. Urging after last week's selloff. Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 586 points to 33 8 76 s and P 558 points to 42 24. NASDAQ Rose 111 points to 14 40 14 1 41. Here we go. Traffic and weather together now brought to you by East Lawn on our roadways. We have a collision. North 65 Stanford Ranch Road, the off France. It was two or three vehicles initially and blocking lanes. Now the number one I believe is opened. Oh, and they're trying to move traffic through there. But there's an ambulance as well. So just be careful there. Q Street at 20th screen traffic hazard somebody lying in the middle of the roadway. Also, what about any Reed Avenue off ramp? We have had some basically very slow traffic there. Apparently we get a crash. Both vehicles going to be over on the shoulder, so keep an eye out for them. And if you've lost somebody over the last year in connection with the Covid 19 pandemic, you may be entitled to reimbursement of up to $9000 for their funeral expenses through a new federal program. Run by FEMA. Visit eastland dot com today to learn more traffic on the tense every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leaving the way home Traffic Center on news 93.1 kfbk. Sunshine The Santa breezy at times I e 85 to 89 a clear moonlit sky tonight tonight so 58 to 62 Mostly sunny and nice Tomorrow high 84 to 88 sunshine Wednesday I 85.

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Once Nearly Extinct, the Florida Panther Is Making a Comeback

Environment: NPR

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Once Nearly Extinct, the Florida Panther Is Making a Comeback

"The florida panther once nearly extinct the big cats now number more than two hundred. Steve newborn of member station w. Usf met up with a photographer and a panther biologist who've been documenting their plight and their progress. The path to find the panther begins at a narrow ribbon of preserved land just west of lake okeechobee. Bryan kelly panther biologists for the state of florida opens a creaking gate as trucks rumble along u s highway twenty seven. Just a few steps away is a different world of cowering oaks and cyprus heads for decades this was the edge of panther country fishing creek while management area. This is the current northern frontier of the pather breeding range. So we've gotten female activity here recently. Which is big news for panthers. North of the coosawhatchie river is he walks down a dirt path. Kelly benz down to unlock a camouflaged camera bolted to a cyprus tree rabbit on possum hikers squirrel law enforcement your dear there's no panthers yeah only five days. The last time. I checked it had this particular camera. Usually we'll get a path once a month for the first time in forty three years. A female panther was spotted near this spot. North of the kalisa hetchy river kelly and others the leave. This progress won't matter if they can't find money to preserve a continuous path for the big patch to migrate. So far this year nine have died on the roads. That's where nature photographer. Carleton ward. Junior comes in traffic. Wars overhead is ward climbs under state road eighty just north of the everglades he inspects and infrared camera that produced one of the most striking images used in a recent national geographic article.

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"cyprus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"cyprus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Trip cruises are available for guests who have received their final dose of the cove in 19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to the start of the cruise and have proof of vaccination crew vaccinations will be in accordance with CDC guidelines. Carnival says All guests will also be required to comply with health and safety protocols on the ship. And when visiting ports Hillary Barsky Fox News, All right, there you go. Yeah. Cell. Here we go. Well, the demand is there. The people are raring to go. And that's good news. That's good news. I mean, we've got a trip. You know, later this summer to Egypt and to Greece and Cyprus. The Israel part of it is a bit up in the air. What have you heard? They're just kind of. It's a wait and see. They're waiting. See, they might have to do some different Rounding on that. They put out a good fireworks show that you know, I love an adventure, but not that much. You know what I mean? What is that trip? That's late August early September, and then, of course, we have an article that is going to be in that November late November early December. That's a great Fishing trip. That is a wonderful that's the ultimate fishing trip right there. Is there some fishing involved in that You'll see a lot of fish, that's for sure. Can you do a fishing excursion on that trip? There's no but that's interesting. I've never heard how the deep sea fishing is down in Antarctica, but There is no better place in the world to see to see. Uh uh, boils than Antarctica. Yeah, no better place are you got you looking forward to? You know your Antarctica excursions? You got all your excursions lined up? Not yet. Not yet, but it's gonna be It's gonna be a heck of a trip. I think it'd be kind of exciting. Really go to don. And article dot com to learn more and you go, folks. You're talking about wildlife you got well, She got the penguins. What? Whatever you got, You got seal. She got to Yeah, all of them, all of them and more any any Names pop out to you on this. This Austin City limits music festival that you're excited about. I'll tell you. I was really, um, uh, you know, kind of surprised to see that the head the big headliner George Strait, who is without a doubt, the biggest country name in history probably certainly had more hits and anybody was the headliner at a CL That is the first to sports. I remember a country actus, the big headliner. Billy, I'll ish Who taught her, You fan. You get up, You get it. Sure I don't get it. I don't get it, but But obviously she's massive Stevie Nicks. They're gonna wheel her on stage. And that ought to be good. 6 26 you could jump in and 51283605 90 Don show Jeffries here, encouraging you to do the Texas thing and visit the range at Austin 52,000 Square feet of true modern Texas fun. It's bright. It's open and very inviting 7000 square feet of retail. They get new, though. Get used guns on. Yeah, the range in Austin friendly staff..

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Florida sues CDC, demanding cruise ships be allowed to sail immediately

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Florida sues CDC, demanding cruise ships be allowed to sail immediately

"The lawsuit has begun with the support of florida governor. Onto santa's florida attorney general ashley moody announced thursday morning that she had filed a lawsuit debating that the centers for disease control lift be conditional sale order for the cruise lines. We have filed suit this morning. Just before meeting with you here today against the administration. Hhs and the cdc florida governor to scientists later compared the crew situation to that faced by one florida's other big businesses theme parks in both cases. He said they have every right to make sure guests have a safe and enjoyable trip. All these other places have been cruising. That's work they've been able to do it well. But here's the thing if you're worried about americans and you think you should make the decisions for them. They're still going to cruise if they want to. They're just gonna cruise off a different coast for now if us residents wanted to take a cruise vacation this summer. They can fly to nassau bahamas. Bermuda saint martin or cyprus europe cruise lines have made no official comment on the

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Who Will Be Banned From Cruising When Restarts?

Essential Cruise Tips

08:09 min | 2 years ago

Who Will Be Banned From Cruising When Restarts?

"Unwittingly and very easily added to that crews ban list crews boundless that has got longer due to post pandemic cruising rules. I'm gary bambridge. And i'm going to share with you. The nine ways you can be banned from cruising. Let's start with three new bands that will apply basically because of all the post pandemic cruising rules not having a code. Vaccination will like it or not mean. You're likely to be banned from some. If not eventually all almost cruising although it still evolving your light banned from cruising without a vaccine in the following situations first of all you want to work as crew on the ship or even work as guest speaker entertainer or even talk guide. More lines are making this a condition of employment with royal carribean group norwegian cruise groups. One lennick victory and american steamboat. Already saying that this is going to be the case and other lines are actively discussing it. Secondly if you want to cruise lines that have made a requirement for passes so far that includes at the time of according crystal cruises saga cruises american steamboat and victory cruz. Who have an older passenger profile. No-doubt more cruise lines will follow. Thirdly if you're cruise 'cause on any country that requires a vaccination as a condition of entry. This in my view is inevitable and this is going to become much more widespread in cruising. We're seeing many countries in the european area like greece spain and cyprus there pushing for all of the eu to adopt the rule. They already put in place to allow people in without containing and putting no limits on exploring if you've had a vaccine linked to that irrespective of what happens on vaccines cova. Testing is a key part of the returned crews protocols and looks like it will be that for a while. You will be bad if you test positive before boarding of course but also importantly you will also be banned from cruising if you've been in close contact with anyone testing positive for fourteen days before the crews and that's according to various updated crews contracts that i've read and seen so far another new band has come into place through the return to cruise protocols where lies are building into the cruise terms conditions and contracts. The right that they can ban anyone who breaks any of the new guidelines and rules that are being put in place. You agree to these rules. When you book your cruise you ultimately agree to the cruise contracts so for example in the carribean cruise contract. It now says the following quote this any non-compliance by passenger or members of passengers traveling party with carriers coveting policies and procedures shall be grounds for refusal to board refusal to re board after going ashore. Quarantine onboard the vessel disembarkation reporting to cover mental or health authorities or steps deemed necessary so pretty strong ruling. So if you don't wear masks for example you're not honest in the health. Screenings you wander off the cruise line excursions. Your refused to go and do the onboard temperature checks or testing maintaining social distancing steam to the capacity limited venues staying current cavern of asked to do so. And all those kind of things you will be banned and without compensation so now. Let's look at the six other reasons beyond those new rules. We could find yourself subject to accrues ban. Now you can't be banned for simply the wrong age i will. There are a number of adult only cruise lines which banned travelers that are basically two young which is unusual but true so for example saga cruises requires their passengers to be over. Fifty years of age virgin voyagers required guests to be over eighteen and pino crews has some ships for example in their fleet that early open to of eighteenth and so on secondly lines actually banned people under eighteen or twenty one out of the us and canada travelling without an adult now. There are some exceptions to this. So for example. If you're a couple and your age sixteen eighteen or sixteen to twenty one in the case of the united states are married and could prove it when booking. You're allowed to travel or in fact if you're under eighteen or twenty-one and in the military you're able to travel without an adult is also with noting that most lines banned under eighteen hundred twenty once again in the us from sharing a cab with someone also under those ages and the way you get around. That is the adults. You have to be an adjoining cabin next door or right across the hall lines also banned people under eighteen again under twenty one from the. Us her not traveling with their parents or legal guardian without any sort of written permission and also have been banned from taking part in cruises in the us which are quite the cdc as part of their framework for return of cruising but again. That's kind of a bit of an exception now. Thirdly although it varies a little bit byline many band babies age six months or less for shorter cruises and the sheet increases to twelve months or longer for exotic cruises like transatlantic crossings sending any crews. That has three or more consecutive days. Bands kids twelve months or younger in a really obvious one and not surprisingly if you create trouble act in a dangerous way. Break the law or threaten or abuse a crew. You will also be banned by the line and for life. So for example there have been passes. Who'd been trying to create crazy social media viral shots by doing stupid things like climbing of railings. Climb between cabins. They've been banned for life or carribean australian group. Mass brawl on carnival. They were disembarked and they banned for life passes have even been bad after being caught mugging drugs on the ships and other kinds of tax so basically being bad being causing trouble you will be banned one thing. I haven't been able to find out though is if the lion's share that information and if you're then banned by everyone will just that line. Pregnant women are also on the banned list. Anyone who enters a twenty four weeks of pregnancy during the cruise is also bad and this is because the medical team to have no expertise in pregnancy and childbirth however. The band does not always apply for river cruising. So if you are getting later your pregnancy or we'll be late in your pregnancy and your decrease that could be an option. This of course is because river. Cruise ships are always close to medical care and hospitals. The lines also hold the rights and their contracts to deny boarding and banu if you try and bring a pretty wide range of items on board so that includes recreation drugs guns stun devices knives explosive devices swords or the ultimate could be used as a weapon fireworks drones hover boards balloons and it goes on and on but in practice other than for illegal items like recreational drugs. The lies are more like confiscate them. And hold them until the end of the cruise. But beware backpacking choices particularly recreational drugs. Could have you banned. The cruise lines have pretty few bands or exclusions for medical conditions and they are able to accommodate most with notice although they do say in the contracts. And i'm going to quote this. You must ensure that you are medically and physically fit for travel and that such traveling will not endanger yourself or anyone else so you do need to check before boarding as they may required to do things like higher cookman cabin if you need any own let you travel with all bring a carrot assist you and some also restrict or limit support dogs other than guides visually impaired guests. So it's a bit of a mindful that you need to check around the cruise contracts. Say things again. On a quote this guess affected by a disability or medical condition must be self sufficient or travel with someone you can provide all the necessary assistance. So if you can't do that you will be banned

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2 deputies kill knife-wielding man in Cyprus, Houston police investigating

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

2 deputies kill knife-wielding man in Cyprus, Houston police investigating

"Harris County Sheriff's investigators are still trying to piece together what happened when two deputies opened fire, killing the man outside a convenience store in Cyprus. Sheriff Ed Gonzalez is the call came in after noon today as a knife wielding man with blood on his shirt seems that they were trying to use some restraint and trying to resolve the situation, including verbal tactics and then also using their Taser But at some point of your Tasers not effective for a number of reasons. We were told that this individual is possibly under the influence of drugs as well, that all that has to be part of the calculus, the sheriff says. The unidentified man may have been suicidal as well. The case is now in the hands of the district Attorney's office and

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EU proposes vaccine certificates for travel — but citizens might not need a shot

Ben Shapiro

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

EU proposes vaccine certificates for travel — but citizens might not need a shot

"Find out the facts and we'll take it. From there. The European Union will unveil details of a vaccine passport, which could help ease travel across the block and reopen Europe to international tourism. This summer. The digital green certificate as Brussels is calling it Will cover three categories vaccinations, recovery and testing at the moment. It's unclear whether non EU approved jabs like Russia's Sputnik V and China Sino Farm will be accepted or exactly what privileges certificate holders will receive. Passports, though, are a top priority for tourism dependent countries like Greece, Malta and Cyprus. But others, including France and Belgium, have raised concerns about discrimination against those who do not yet have access to the

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"cyprus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"cyprus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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