Things To Do In Pangkor Island — CatchThatBus

The government has conferred duty-free status for Pangkor Island effective 1 January 2020. The feat is an effort by the government to revive Pangkor tourism with items such as cigarettes included among the duty-free things in the list. The government is also now upgrading the island’s ferry and taxi services and had added a shopping mall and a three-star hotel in the island’s development plan — making Pangkor a great addition to your must-go places.

Here we had compiled a list of things to do in Pangkor. Are you ready to soak up the warm tropical sun on your hammock and cool off by diving into a secluded bay to cool off? Because we are! 🏖️

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Interested places in Nepal — Adventure Travel Nepal

Nepal is fully biodiversity country in the world. Its topography is also divided into 3 categories means low land, middle and high land. One can find different climate and temperature in different places. So nature support this country Nepal one of the low land of the world called Jhapa to highest peak in the world […]

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Shocking Images Show What It Is Like To Fly In Skies Turned Red By Deadly Australian Bushfires — The Aviationist

Royal Australian Air Force C-130Js and C-27Js are flying evacuation and relief missions in skies turned red above parts of southeast Australia. The following images show the extremely challenging flying conditions faced by RAAF C-130J […]

via Shocking Images Show What It Is Like To Fly In Skies Turned Red By Deadly Australian Bushfires — The Aviationist

New Microsoft Studio Classes Challenge Guests to Get Creative — Cubby’s Cruises


Holland America Line guests can learn how to make their cruise vacation more meaningful and memorable in the new fleetwide Microsoft Studio (formerly Digital Workshop) centers onboard. The state-of-the-art computer facility is the hub for free small-group courses taught by Microsoft-trained hosts using the latest technology.

Designed for all levels of ability, sessions feature travel-centric topics from how to create photo albums and build a travel journal to using 3D effects and getting organized. The variety of complimentary workshops are offered multiple times throughout each cruise, or guests can stop by during daily Creative Studio Time to work on their personalized projects.

• The new slate of Microsoft Studio courses include:
• Build a Travel Journal with Microsoft OneNote.
• Create Amazing Albums for Your Photos.
• Create Incredible, Sharable Videos in Minutes.
• Design a 3D Digital Postcard with Paint 3D.
• Paint an Artistic Landscape with a Digital Pen.
• Make Your Images Stand Out Like a Pro.
• Make Your Videos Come to Life with 3D Effects.
• Get Creative and Productive with Windows Digital Ink.
• Plan a Port Adventure with Microsoft OneNote.
• Find the Best Device for Your Life and Family.
• Master Modern Life with Windows 10.
• Organize Your Life with OneDrive.
• Stay Safe Online with Windows 10.

via New Microsoft Studio Classes Challenge Guests to Get Creative — Cubby’s Cruises

First look: Banksy exhibit in Las Vegas has more than 70 works

The collection by the famed street artist, who garnered worldwide attention when his “Girl With Balloon” self-destructed at an auction last year, is on view on the Las Vegas Strip for the first time.

via First look: Banksy exhibit in Las Vegas has more than 70 works — Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Magic of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat is one of the reasons many visitors are brought to the Southeast Asian country of Cambodia. This monument to the Hindu god Vishnu is one of the largest and best preserved in the entire world and is a true archaeological masterpiece. From the Hall of Echoes to the intricate inscriptions on the pillars and walls, there is so much beauty to be seen at this Khmer landmark turned Buddhist temple. Come join us in Cambodia to see this enchanting and beloved site and so much more.

via The Magic of Angkor Wat, Cambodia — Gate 1 Travel Blog

Casablanca — Paul and Pat’s Travels

Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco, it’s financial center and has a very large port. The area was originally settled by the Berbers in the 8th century but by the time the French arrived in 1907, they found fewer than 20,000 people here. Within five years, the French established it as a protectorate, built a port and started to build the city using Marseille as the model. The city has a European business city feel.

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