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US revokes economic sanctions against Sudan: What it means for hospitality businesses

By Josephine Wawira

News of the revocation of economic sanctions against Sudan by the United States government, is music to the ears of businesses and investors interested in Africa’s third largest country after two decades of severe restrictions. 329 more words


This small loaf, this small house

Dear Reader, as a professional home-body and home-maker, it is my opinion that all the best things happen at home. Home is a gift from the Lord, whether it’s large or small, in good repair or disrepair. 1,369 more words

Fear Of The LORD

Shifting Patients through King Air Ambulance service from Siliguri to Delhi

However we people face the worse situation in our life but how to face those situations with simple and claim way for migrating your patients from your city to anywhere in India due to referring to doctors due to lack of medical facilities. 151 more words

Health & Wellness

Part 9: 3 Ways to Practice Hospitality

Maintaining a welcoming stance is sometimes a little challenging. We don’t always feel like it!

Nevertheless, we are called to hospitality for good reason.

By greeting all as Christ, we keep our own hearts soft. 287 more words

King Air Ambulance Service in Bagdogra with Emergency Facility

King Air Ambulance Bagdogra provides shift the patient From One city to another city with proper way. Air Ambulance Bagdogra offering low-cost fare without any extra charge. 176 more words

Health & Wellness

Wellington on a beautiful day

It is a Kiwi cliché that there is nothing to beat Wellington on a beautiful day. Like all clichés, it is true. I’ve just spent a weekend in our capital city and on my last day, the clouds and rain retreated, the wind died down and the sunshine turned the sky a bright antipodean blue. 123 more words

New Zealand

Early Mornings in England - Sweet Serendipity #1

One of the best outcomes of traveling is coming home with great stories. Maybe it’s funny characters you’ve come across, like the man next to you on the Megabus in his sixties wearing a Hawaiian shirt and short shorts staring at you in the reflection of his computer, or maybe it’s the unexpected twist to a night of almost-homelessness. 592 more words