Chalet

25 Apr 19
This Great Endeavor.

I’ve tried writing this post three times; each time the words don’t come out right. The meaning is lost by the third paragraph and though there are few things as major as buying your first home, writing a blog about the experience might be the second major thing I’ll do this month. I’ve written about […]

25 Apr 19
sam's food reviews

Leduc Diner Sugar Shack Boston Pizza  Panda Hut  McDonald’s  A&W  KFC  Canadian Brew house  Cora’s  Rural Routes  Waldorf Chinese  Edo Japan  Ryan’s Drive In   Burger Baron  Smithy’s  India Grill & Bistro  Swiss Chalet  Pressed Sandwich Co Komos  Tony Roma’s  Montana’s  

24 Apr 19
My great blog 8613

La première totalement vert hôtel au Portugal, placé dans Oliveira de Azeméis, Zone Centro de Portugal, l'Hôtel est certainement le fonctionnement entièrement avec des énergies renouvelables plus en mesure de produire plus d'énergie par rapport aux besoins. Bhaktapur ou la ville de Supporters conserve encore médiéval attraction et les visiteurs de cette ville antique sont […]

24 Apr 19
Montreal Gazette

Wednesday’s bad weather means water will only begin to recede Thursday at the earliest.

24 Apr 19
Newspeakonline

Sleep is essentially linked to your physical and emotional health. A good night sleep will boost your mood and also improve your looks. Quality sleep is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Inadequate or poor quality sleep can lead to a wide range of medical problems, including stroke, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, […]

24 Apr 19
Words with perspective

By Emma Alías Enrech “All my friends are called Cayetano”, that is how the chorus of the song Cayetano of the Spanish group Carolina Durante goes. A parody to today’s posh society, to the reckless upper class kids with agendas full of contacts and dads with chalets in downtown. Carolina Durante is a group formed […]

24 Apr 19
e-Travelers Club Travel Update

Valais region in Switzerland is one of my most loved places on Earth. The mountains, the festivities, the people, dining and cozy resorts cast a magic spell on me and I repeat the journeys over the years to places like Zermatt, Verbier-St.Bernard, Nendaz, Martigny, Brig, Leukerbad, Crans-Montana and other small mountain village nearby including St.Maurice, […]

24 Apr 19
Patonga Project

Thomas Worthy James SMITH – Hon. Organiser When Peter Crook was looking for information for this years Anzac Day talk 2019, Patonga Project provided assistance and also prepared a background on the members of the Organising Committee mentioned in the program for the opening. Thomas Worthy James Smithwas born in 1898 in Annandale, New South […]

24 Apr 19
Kombi Chronicles

We both woke up feeling fresh, after our day of useful deeds. Today was the day Willow’s parents would be leaving us and making their way back to Dieppe for their ferry on Wednesday. Our plan was to stay in the Pyrenees region until Wednesday, that would give us three days to complete the twelve […]

24 Apr 19
Dreamcatcher - Blog about life, travelling and catching dreams in the United Kingdom

Once upon a time I fell in love. It was a bit unexpected and unintentional – exactly how most of big love stories start. Today’s post is a tribute to Eastbourne. I came here in 2013 and not having the slightest idea about it. Apologies – I knew how to get from the train station […]

24 Apr 19
The Sun
WITH a mobile home and a baby daughter who he takes harness racing, Romany gypsy Watson’s life is worlds away from that of non-travellers Sonia and Sean.  But that won’t stop the new dad from helping the parents he’s never met and their 10-year-old son, who is deaf and blind and has to be tube-fed due to a rare condition. New dad Watson, who lives in a chalet home in Bishop Auckland, features in The Gypsies Next Door Watson is determined to raise money so the courageous little boy, also called Sean, can undergo life-changing treatment abroad after reading a story about the youngster’s plight. And he plans to do so by climbing Britain’s highest mountain, breaking down what Watson admits is a ‘them and us’ situation between travelling and non-travelling communities. Watson and Sean – who suffers from severe cerebral palsy after being starved of oxygen at birth and is not expected to live past his teens – both feature in the Channel 5 programme The Gypsies Next Door. The youngster’s dad, also called Sean, and mum Sonia were delighted to meet Watson ‘From one father to another, it means the world’ The series, which also stars glamour model Danielle Mason and her traveller ex Tony, looks at the occasional conflict between travellers and non-travellers across the UK. Although professional harness racer Watson has integrated with the settled community through the sport, he’s aware that other gypsies in the country have faced issues. Watson, seen with his baby daughter, admits it’s a ‘them and us’ situation between travellers and non-travellers Little Sean suffers from severe cerebral palsy and is not expected to live past his teens “One of the problems is stereotyping,” he says. He explains he decided to climb 1,345m-high Ben Nevis to fundraise for Sean and a sick little girl from Essex after being touched by stories he read about them. He says: “I’m doing it for two little kids. A little lass is down in Essex, she’s got a rare form of cancer, God love her, and she’s really bad. “And there’s a little lad over in Newcastle.” Inspired by stories of sick children The father travels to Sean’s home to meet the youngster, who can’t walk or talk. Knocking on the front door of little Sean’s Newcastle home, the dad, from Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, reveals his selfless plan to raise money – and the boy’s parents are delighted. Watson is filmed meeting 10-year-old Sean, who can’t walk or talk and has to be tube-fed Grateful dad Sean, right, thanks Watson for his fundraising efforts from the ‘bottom of his heart’ He is filmed hugging the boy’s grateful parents, who have previously had little or no contact with gypsies and are overwhelmed by the support of a stranger. The boy’s dad tells Watson: “Thanks very much from the bottom of my heart, from one father to another father, it means the world honestly. Sonia says: “It’s the first time I’ve ever met a gypsy, it’s totally changed my perspective on them. I mean, Watson’s just a normal man, he’s absolutely lovely.” When the day of the climb finally comes round, Watson, Sean and other supporters battle through tricky, snowy conditions to make it to the top of the mountain. Watson successfully climbed to the top of Ben Nevis, raising thousands of pounds in the process A successful climb and a trip to Panama Sean’s stem-cell treatment, which reduces seizures and spasms, costs £20,000 per visit and his parents would like him to have it twice a year. The mountain hikers successfully raise thousands of pounds for the two children. Today, Sean’s family are preparing to make a 10,000-mile round trip to Panama so he can undergo treatment. Watson is seen video-calling a sick little girl in Essex, whom he also raised money for Ex-boyfriend’s rude remark The programme, which airs tomorrow night, also features 21-year-old traveller Georgia, from Surrey, who runs a hair and makeup business and dreams of having her own brand one day. She says she’s spent her life ‘fighting to prove that I’m something’ – and recalls an obscene comment an ex once made about travellers, without realising she was one. Makeup artist Georgia, who has spent her life ‘fighting to prove I’m something’, also features in the show “My ex-boyfriend was a non-traveller and we were driving down the road and someone pulled out of a traveller site, out in front of him, and he was like, ‘Oh my God, you f***ing pi***’,” she says. “But at the time he didn’t know because this was only one of our first dates so I hadn’t felt the need to tell him yet. It was just really awkward to be honest because then I felt like I couldn’t tell him.” [article-rail-section title=”Top stories in news” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] While Georgia does makeup for traveller weddings, she also has so-called ‘gorger’ – non-traveller – clients, many of whom don’t know she’s a traveller. She says their style ‘tends to be a little bit more subtle’. The Gypsies Next Door airs on Channel 5, Thursdays at 9pm
24 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
WITH a mobile home and a baby daughter who he takes harness racing, Romany gypsy Watson’s life is worlds away from that of non-travellers Sonia and Sean.  But that won’t stop the new dad from helping the parents he’s never met and their 10-year-old son, who is deaf and blind and has to be tube-fed due to a rare condition. New dad Watson, who lives in a chalet home in Bishop Auckland, features in The Gypsies Next Door Watson is determined to raise money so the courageous little boy, also called Sean, can undergo life-changing treatment abroad after reading a story about the youngster’s plight. And he plans to do so by climbing Britain’s highest mountain, breaking down what Watson admits is a ‘them and us’ situation between travelling and non-travelling communities. Watson and Sean – who suffers from severe cerebral palsy after being starved of oxygen at birth and is not expected to live past his teens – both feature in the Channel 5 programme The Gypsies Next Door. The youngster’s dad, also called Sean, and mum Sonia were delighted to meet Watson ‘From one father to another, it means the world’ The series, which also stars glamour model Danielle Mason and her traveller ex Tony, looks at the occasional conflict between travellers and non-travellers across the UK. Although professional harness racer Watson has integrated with the settled community through the sport, he’s aware that other gypsies in the country have faced issues. Watson, seen with his baby daughter, admits it’s a ‘them and us’ situation between travellers and non-travellers Little Sean suffers from severe cerebral palsy and is not expected to live past his teens “One of the problems is stereotyping,” he says. He explains he decided to climb 1,345m-high Ben Nevis to fundraise for Sean and a sick little girl from Essex after being touched by stories he read about them. He says: “I’m doing it for two little kids. A little lass is down in Essex, she’s got a rare form of cancer, God love her, and she’s really bad. “And there’s a little lad over in Newcastle.” Inspired by stories of sick children The father travels to Sean’s home to meet the youngster, who can’t walk or talk. Knocking on the front door of little Sean’s Newcastle home, the dad, from Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, reveals his selfless plan to raise money – and the boy’s parents are delighted. Watson is filmed meeting 10-year-old Sean, who can’t walk or talk and has to be tube-fed Grateful dad Sean, right, thanks Watson for his fundraising efforts from the ‘bottom of his heart’ He is filmed hugging the boy’s grateful parents, who have previously had little or no contact with gypsies and are overwhelmed by the support of a stranger. The boy’s dad tells Watson: “Thanks very much from the bottom of my heart, from one father to another father, it means the world honestly. Sonia says: “It’s the first time I’ve ever met a gypsy, it’s totally changed my perspective on them. I mean, Watson’s just a normal man, he’s absolutely lovely.” When the day of the climb finally comes round, Watson, Sean and other supporters battle through tricky, snowy conditions to make it to the top of the mountain. Watson successfully climbed to the top of Ben Nevis, raising thousands of pounds in the process A successful climb and a trip to Panama Sean’s stem-cell treatment, which reduces seizures and spasms, costs £20,000 per visit and his parents would like him to have it twice a year. The mountain hikers successfully raise thousands of pounds for the two children. Today, Sean’s family are preparing to make a 10,000-mile round trip to Panama so he can undergo treatment. Watson is seen video-calling a sick little girl in Essex, whom he also raised money for Ex-boyfriend’s rude remark The programme, which airs tomorrow night, also features 21-year-old traveller Georgia, from Surrey, who runs a hair and makeup business and dreams of having her own brand one day. She says she’s spent her life ‘fighting to prove that I’m something’ – and recalls an obscene comment an ex once made about travellers, without realising she was one. Makeup artist Georgia, who has spent her life ‘fighting to prove I’m something’, also features in the show “My ex-boyfriend was a non-traveller and we were driving down the road and someone pulled out of a traveller site, out in front of him, and he was like, ‘Oh my God, you f***ing pi***’,” she says. “But at the time he didn’t know because this was only one of our first dates so I hadn’t felt the need to tell him yet. It was just really awkward to be honest because then I felt like I couldn’t tell him.” [article-rail-section title=”Top stories in news” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] While Georgia does makeup for traveller weddings, she also has so-called ‘gorger’ – non-traveller – clients, many of whom don’t know she’s a traveller. She says their style ‘tends to be a little bit more subtle’. The Gypsies Next Door airs on Channel 5, Thursdays at 9pm
24 Apr 19
Travel and Experience Best Tour Packages

European nations are the friendly place to travel with family. There are many Europe Tour Packages for the family with wildlife, adventure, and nature and European city tour. Here, we have mentioned five of the best places in Europe to visit in all seasons.     Courchevel,France Courchevel in France is an all-season tourist place to travel with family. […]

24 Apr 19
Fotos a pie de calle

A mediados de los años noventa realicé un proyecto de documentación del mercado popular de Los Encantes de Barcelona porque se anunciaba una pronta demolición con la idea de finalizar el proyecto del urbanista Ildefonso Cerdà que había dejado pendiente la llegada de la Diagonal al mar. Situado en la plaza de Las Glorias, ese […]

24 Apr 19
taxes-impots-suisse.com

Selon l’art. 49 al. 1 let. a et b LIFD, les personnes morales soumises à l’impôt sur le bénéfice sont les sociétés de capitaux (sociétés anonymes, sociétés en commandite par actions, sociétés à responsabilité limitée), les sociétés coopératives, les associations, fondations et les autres personnes morales. L’expression ” autre personne morale ” recouvre les corporations […]