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Noil Lane

Female. Lives in Melbourne, Louisiana, Australia. Born on April 1. is married to Salem Cookie.
Travelling
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Ask anyone who’s ever travelled solo, and they probably wouldn’t want to adventure any other way. It might be daunting at first, and it’s certainly simpler for some people than it is for others. But spending time alone on the road is among the most rewarding travel experiences out there. Whether it’s a long trip around the world or a habit of solitary weekend jaunts, here are 10 things everybody learns while travelling alone:   1. You always return home with lots of new friends Ever noticed that you’re more likely to ask one person for directions than you are to ask a group of people? Solos are more approachable, plain and simple. Lone travellers learn that the benefits of this are twofold: not only will other travellers feel far more comfortable introducing themselves to you, but it’s actually easier for you to strike up conversation with others as well. 2. You can engage with locals on a level that only solo travellers can You know that local folks are more open, and definitely more curious, when it’s only you walking into that hole-in-the-wall café, or sampling the pungent flavours of that roadside food stall. From a heartfelt conversation on a rickety train, to suddenly having a network of genial families happy to host you for a night, you know none of these incredible experiences would have been possible if you’d been travelling with others.   3. You’re free to adventure as you please, and it feels awesome There is no need to compromise when travelling alone. No need to appease a friend’s unfortunate craving for an overpriced burger and fries, or their incessant complaints about mosquito bites in a jungle where you’re on travel cloud 9. As a lonesome wanderer you travel where you want, when and however you want to – all with a liberating degree of indulgence. 4. You gain a deep understanding of the destinations you’ve visited Travel offers; book through Rough Guides securityTravel insurance   location_cityHotels   hotelHostels   directions_carCar rental   infoTours Travelling solo, you’re more immersed in your surroundings. You notice the unique quirks, and subtle character that truly makes a place what it is. But walk around the same street chatting with an old friend, and your mind is often immersed elsewhere. 5. There is something liberating about travelling to a place where no one knows you For some, travelling alone is like a fresh start. Or a temporary escape from the life-baggage you’re forced to lug around back home. That’s not to say you’re a different person when abroad, but you may notice how much that therapeutic anonymity has changed you by the time you return home. 6. Alone time is healthy and we rarely get enough of it Time spent alone and unplugged forces you to really reflect on your life back home, your recent experiences on the road and the direction things are headed. Some of those thoughts aren’t always pleasant to deal with, but solo travellers know that even if solitude is a struggle at times, they’re stronger because of it. 7. Distance makes you appreciate the important people in your life Distance makes you appreciate the people who matter most in your life back home. Especially those you’ve taken for granted. Far away and alone, you’re reminded to make the most of every second with loved ones when you return. 8. Distance teaches you that some people who you thought were important, really aren’t The same distance can also make you realise that some people in your life aren’t quite as important as you thought they were. Be they a bad influence, a toxic love or a fair-weather friend, it’s not always a welcome realisation. But it’s usually for the best.
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BBC News
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The website was launched on 4 November 1997, headed by founding editor Mike Smartt and Project Director Bob Eggington. The management team for launch included Dave Brewer (UK editorial), Chris Nuttall (World), Matthew Karas (Technology), Matt Jones (Design), Janet Marsh (PM), Simon George (Finance) and consultant Peter Burden. Nic Newman was seconded from BBC World Service to launch and run 'Talking Point'. The broader editorial team was brought together from within the BBC, from print journalism and from some online sites. The BBC had previously created special websites marking the 1995 Budget, the 1997 general election, and the death of Princess Diana in 1997, but nothing on the scale of the launch of the main site itself,[5] which required the development of a completely new production system, for which a team, led by Matthew Karas[6] was specially hired.[7] The original design was created by a team, including Matt Jones, based on designs commissioned from consultancy Lambie-Nairn, and has been redesigned several times mainly to match the visual style of BBC News television bulletins and to exploit increases in readers' typical screen resolutions. A major overhaul in 2003, primarily by Paul Sissons and Maire Flynn, coincided with a relaunch of the BBC News Channel (then BBC News 24) and featured a wider page design. The site launched a set of semi-official RSS 0.91 syndication feeds in June 2003 and upgraded them to full feed RSS 2.0 in 2008.[8] Each news index has its own RSS feed, including the in-depth sections. In 2004 the BBC News website partnered with Moreover Technologies, in a response to the 2003 Graf Report, to provide links from BBC articles to rival publishers.[9] Whilst the BBC does not censor or change results the algorithms used tend to give greater weight to national and international sources over regional or local ones. Mike Smartt, who became editor in chief in 2000, was later succeeded by Pete Clifton who was subsequently promoted to Head of BBC News Interactive and replaced by the previous editor Steve Herrmann in 2005.[10] The BBC began providing real-time global user information in June 2006. BBC News on 11 September 2001 A restructuring of BBC News starting in 2007 saw the dissolution of the separate BBC News Interactive department; the editorial and management departments joined the new multimedia newsroom along with television and radio news within BBC Television Centre.[11] New features were gradually introduced, including the publicising of video content more prominently, and the introduction of live streaming of the BBC News channel. In line with the introduction of new features across BBC Online, including a new navigation bar, the site was updated in 2008 with wider centred page designs, larger images and an increased emphasis on audio and visual content.[12] Beginning on 30 April 2009, some published stories included in-text links, mostly to in-site profile articles on people, locations and organisations.[citation needed] The BBC announced on 19 November 2009 that it was to pay more attention to search engine optimisation by extending news headlines.[13][14] BBC News Online in January 2013 On 14 July 2010 the site was completely redesigned, with the vertical section headings moved to run horizontally near the top of the page. The new design, incorporating larger in-line videos within news articles and standardised font usage, was introduced as a first step to bringing the entire BBC website into line with its new style guidelines.[15] It was met with mixed opinions; Stephen Fry stated his approval of the redesign,[16] and the new design was praised for being "more attractive [and] graphically stronger".[17] However, there was also criticism, with some stating that the use of white space was too widespread and led to the need for continuous and excessive scrolling.[17] On 4 March 2014, the BBC launched a beta version of the website which was built around the principles of responsive web design, allowing the presentation of content to adjust automatically for a wide variety of screen sizes, from desktop computer to smartphones and tablet devices.[18] The new design went live on 23 March 2015.[19]
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Skin Care Trials Truth
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