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Moroccan woman – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day….” Life is not measure by the number of breaths we take, but by the moment that take our breath away”

“Failures are stepping stones to success”

Amazing to realize that plants have the ability to count, and also have a memory.   David Attenborough showed in his series ‘The Secret Life Of Plants’  that the Venus Fly Trap plant (a carnivorous plant) actually had the ability to count and some form of memory.    This week I read of more studies which have shown that plants have the ability to do mathematics as well, as scientists have shown that plants have been working out how much starch to consume overnight (when there is no sunlight available) so as not to use up all their reserves too fast.  Scientists say that this shows that plants have the ability to perform simple mathematics.  There is even a laboratory in Italy investigating plant intelligence, LINV near Florence (International Laboratory of Plant Neurobiology).  One of their studies was into the effects of music in vineyards.

Another Moroccan photo today, but this time a portrait of a woman in a market in the seaside town of Essouraira.  Arabs and Berbers make up most of the population in Morocco.   Surprisingly, the lowest point in Morocco (Sebkha Tah) is -55m  and the highest (Jbel Toubkal) 4165m.  Around 45% of the population work in agriculture.

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Myanmar Traffic jam – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…” Monday is an awful way to spend 1/7 th of your life”.

” Education is when you read the fine print. Experience is what you get if you don’t”

Did you know that in Finland, that they hold the world championships for mobile phone throwing?   In 2012 it was held in the Finnish city of Savonlinna, where Ere Karjalainen  set a new record by throwing a mobile phone 101.46m.   The women’s winner was Jonna Mattero, who threw her phone 42.47m.  The next world championships will take place on 24th August.   Finland is also the country hosting the annual wife carrying competition, which takes place in Sonkajarvi each year.    The wife that you carry does not have to be your own, as in former times, it was not unusual for men to steal wives from neighbouring towns.   The Estonians normally win this event, although there are entrants from countries such as Israel, USA and Russia.  The course is 250m long and includes 2 hurdles and a water pool.  Minimum weight for the wife is 49kg, and dropping the wife incurs a 15 second penalty.  The prize in the last competition was a plasma TV and the weight of the wife in beer.

Myanmar (Burma) for the photo today, and an old 35mm film that I have scanned.  Interesting photo of a boat traffic jam on a canal.  Bordered by China, Laos and Vietnam, Myanmar has around 135 different races of people, totalling some 60 million people.    Either way, not much is going to move very fast on this canal.

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Morocco – Fez dye pots – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…”  If people from Poland are called ‘Poles’ then why are people from Holland not called ‘Holes’ ?? ”

” A conscience is what hurts when all your other parts feel so good.”

The famous dye pots in Fez, Morocco for the photo today.  Luckily, you cannot smell this scene from the photo, as the place stinks.   The dye pots are used to tan the leather hides, using lime, urine, berries and water.  Morocco became independent from France in 1956, although French is still widely understood, in addition to Arabic.  The capital is Rabat (although Casablanca is the largest city) and the country has a population of about 32 million.  The dye pots in the photo are in the Medina, or old town, a mass of narrow passages and small shops.  Well worth a visit if you are in Morocco.   Remember that bargaining is the rule !   Mint tea is the national drink, and couscous the famous national dish.

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Photo of the day Wednesday 26th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…” A pat on the back is only a few centimetres from a kick in the butt.”

” If it was not for the last minute, then nothing would get done”.

”  Change is inevitable, except from vending machines”.

One of the complaints that you hear from foreign tourists in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, is about the cost of public toilets.  Not only are there not enough of them, but when you do find one, then you can pay up to 10 SEK (=1.15 euros) for the priviledge.      It is a similar story in Oslo, Norway and Helsinki, Finland, the public toilets are not so common and are expensive.   But in Japan at least some of the public toilets now have Sega Toylet, a urine controlled computer game which is affected by the users aim and the flow of liquid.   The world’s largest public toilet is reported to be in Chonquing, China, which can relieve 1000 people simultaneously.   This building has an Egyptian theme (even though it is in China) and also music and TV screens to entertain users.

Almost back in its home port of Stockholm, Viking Line ‘Cinderella’  is just a few kilometres from the terminal in this recent shot from Stockholm, Sweden.    The ship carries 2500 passengers, mainly on short 22 trips to Finland for dancing and drinking.

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Photo of the Day Sunday 23rd June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day..”  On the keyboard of life, always keep one finger on the escape key”.

” Needing someone is like needing a parachute.  If they are not there the first time, chances are you will not be needing them again”.

With all the publicity at the moment for the 787 and the Paris Air show, there are some interesting facts about the world’s longest flights.  On 9th November 2005, a  Boeing 777 -200LR flew from Hong Kong to London  eastwards, covering 21 602km in 22 hours 22 minutes.  The aircraft carried 8 pilots for this flight.   But the overall record flight is surprisingly still held by a propellor driven aircraft, the Lockheed Starliner.   The TWA flight from London to San Fransisco via the Polar route on 1 October 1957 flew for 23 hours 19 minutes non-stop.  Between 1943 and 1945, Qantas operated a Catalina flying boat between Western Australia and Sri Lanka, with a flight time of between 28 hours and 33 hours, called the Double Sunrise service.   Until November this year, the Singapore Airlines flight from Newark to Singapore (15 345 km) holds the current record for the longest flight, with a flight time of 18 hours 45 minutes.

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Photo of the Day Saturday 22nd June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…..” Say what you mean and act how you feel because those who matter don’t mind, and those who mind don’t matter.”

” People are like stained-glass windows.  They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in,  their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.

Following on from all the publicity about how much the USA is spying on citizens via the internet (PRISM),  I was reading an interesting article on the infowars.com  website (always something interesting on this site).    A family has taken a photo of the spy cameras now installed at the entrance to one South Texas beach, which record cars entering and leaving the beach.    When you look at this photo, then you have to think that 1984 is well and truly here.   Have a look at this picture, which is on the http://www.infowars.com  website:

USA spy camerasThe full story is here if you want to read it:

http://www.infowars.com/texas-beach-stacked-with-high-capacity-cameras/

Something a little unusual for the photo today, and some tables and chairs outside a cafe in Stockholm, Sweden.   They were catching the midsummer sunlight rather well, so the colours really shone out.

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Photo of the Day Thursday 20th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day….”Never interrupt someone doing what you said couldn’t be done.” Amelia Earhart.

“Beware of little expenses.  A small leak will sink a great ship.”

A nice photo of the lake at Iseltwald, Switzerland today on an early autumn day.  Switzerland has a wonderful system where citizens can (if they can raise 50 000 signatures) ask for a national vote on any law that they do not like.   There are 26 cantons in Switzerland, which function like small states.   One record that Switzerland holds is for the world’s longest staircase, which has 11 674 steps, alongside the Niesenbahn funicular.   Zurich often comes tops in the list of most liveable cities in the world, although Geneva also scores highly.   It also has the second highest life expectancy in the world (Japan is top).   The highest mountain is the Monte Rosa (Dufourspitze) at 4634m, although the Matterhorn is more famous.   It is said that Patek Philippe invented the world’s first wristwatch in 1868.   And Switzerland is also the home of the world’s best chocolate !!

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Photo of the Day Tuesday 18th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…” In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure”‘.

” Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success”.

I read an interesting story in the news about the  ‘T-Rex Burger’ that Wendy’s in the USA was offering.  They were offering the burger which contained 9 (!!) quarter pound beef patties (that makes over 1kg in the new money), 9 slices of cheese, tomatoes,, onion, lettuce and pickles, although it has now been removed after adverse publicity.    A truck stop in the USA is also offering ‘The Heart Attack Burger’ whilst in Las Vegas (of course) the “Heart Attack Grill” served the infamouns “Triple Bypass Burger’ which contained 6000 calories.    One man is reported as suffering a possible heart attack after eating one of these burgers in one sitting.  If you are still hungry after that, then you can try Sonic’s 1200 calorie ‘Bacon Shake’, which contains 82 grams of sugar,  and 79 grams of fat.   Fancy Japanese instead?  Then how about Burger King’s Kuro Burger, which comes with a bamboo charcoal bun and squid ink ketchup.  But what actually goes into a fast food burger??

A photo from Finland today, and icebreakers laid up for the summer, with nothing to do until the winter ice returns.

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Photo of the Day Sunday 16th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day….” Sometimes life is like a shopping trolley, it does not go the way that you want it to.”

” You do not stop laughing because you grow old.   You grow old because you stop laughing.”

Following on from the stories about the shortage of toilet paper in Venezuela, of course, somebody has now developed a mobile phone app to show the location of toilet paper supplies.   The free app lets Venezuelans know where toilet paper, cooking oil, flour and other other supplies that are in short supply can be found.   The app uses Google maps to show the locations.    It is said that the most popular use of this app is to locate toilet paper.  In another mobile phone story in the news, the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (Britain), has criticized mobile phone apps that imitate birdsong, as these can be harmful to birds.  People have also been using some mobile phone apps which imitate birdsong to entice birds out so that they can be photographed.

A photo from the archives today, although it still looks fresh.   Nice shot of a street sweetcorn seller in Swaziland, Africa.

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Photo of the Day Saturday 15th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…” Before you judge others, make sure that you meet the requirements’.

” LIFE – it is about the journey, not the end”.

Another nice story in the news about a German bank clerk who fell asleep at work with his finger on the ‘2’ key whilst transferring money.  222,222,222 was almost transferred, although another employee spotted the mistake.   He is very welcome to do this to my bank account. Reminds me of the story from New Zealand about a garage owner who ‘accidentally’  got an overdraft from Westpac Bank for NZD 10 million, or about USD 7 million.   The bank had approved is overdraft request for NZD 100, ooo but input a figure 100 times this amount by mistake.  In less than 1 month Hui and his partner withdrew almost NZD 7 million and transferred it to Hong Kong, and then promptly fled there from New Zealand.  Hui Gao and his girlfriend were caught in 2011 but the bank only managed to recover about NZD 2.9 million.  He received 4 years and 7 months in prison, although if he still has the NZD 3.8 million somewhere, then he will probably still be happy.

A typically crowded African boat in the photo today, and another photo from the archives.     The boat here is seen in Malawi heading out to Likoma Island on Lake Malawi.   At least 47 people died in June 2012 when a boat capsized on the lake, and judging by this photo, you can see why they capsize.  The smaller boats are just as crowded and are just as overloaded.

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Photo of the Day Thursday 13th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell

Thought for the day…” If a farmer is an expert, does that mean that he is outstanding in his field?”.

” Nothing is impossible.  The word itself says I’m Possible”   (Audrey Hepburn).

” The habits that took years to build do not take a day to change”.

Unusually warm weather in Sweden recently led to some train drivers there wearing womens skirts.   Their employer, Arriva, refused them permission to wear shorts, so as a protest, some drivers wore womens skirts instead.    The logic was that if women were allowed to wear them, then of course, men would also be allowed to wear them.  But after 2 weeks of the protest, their employer has relented, so soon they will be allowed to wear shorts.

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A burst of colour for the photo today, and a photo of the market in Gonder, Ethiopia.   Did you know that yellow and orange colours stimulate the appetite?    Can you think of any fast food restaurants that have bright yelow and orange colours?  Red stimulates a faster heartbeat and faster breathing, and also stimulates appetite.   Chromatophobia  is the fear of colour.  Lots of colour in today’s photo to brighten the day.

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Photo of the Day Tuesday 11th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day..” I am the author of my life.  Unfortunately, I am writing in pen and I cannot erase my mistakes”.

” Do not regret growing older.  It is a privilege denied to many”.

Did you see the article in the news from NBC that Domino’s Pizzas are testing the use of drones to deliver pizzas.  Apparently, they are trialling a drone that has 8 propellors, called a Domicopter, that can carry 2 pizzas from shop to customer.   So far, Dominos have been impressed by the trials, and the speed at which the drones can deliver the pizzas.  How long will it be before robots are also delivering the mail?   Another story in the news that caught my eye was the story about HAI, or healthcare acquired infection.   Apparently, in the US, 1 in every 20 people admitted to a hospital will catch an infecton, or HAI.   Trials are now being carried out in the US of a special bracelet (called intelligentM ) which can monitor when/if healthcare staff wash their hands, and if they do it for long enough.   Using RFID, the bracelet can then record handwashing, and also upload information to let other staff monitor handwashing.   And according to the British newspaper Daily Mail, your computer keyboard is 5 times dirtier than your toilet seat.  This can lead to ‘qwerty tummy’.  A survey by ‘Which’ found that 1 in 10 of all people never clean their keyboards, which accounts for the millions of bacteria growing on them.  So keep the hand sanitizer ready !

New Zealand for the photo today and a photo from one of the few roads that goes through the Southern Alps.  Taken from the road between Makaroroa and Haast on a beautiful summers day.  In a few kilometres from where the photo was taken, the road will reach the highest point, 564m above sea level.    Haast Pass got its name from the 19th century explorer, Julius von Haast.

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Photo of the Day Sunday 9th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day….”  ‘Opportunity only knocks once’   is one of the greatest lies of all time.   Opportunity is a constant drumming that, like any sound repeated too often, becomes only a noise we tend to ignore”

“A smile will be complete when it begins in your heart, reflects in your eyes, and ends with a glow in your face”

It is not easy to say how many countries there are in the world, but the number seems to be around 206 soverign states.    Counting is made more difficult because some countries do not recognize others, and also some ‘new’ countries have yet to be recognized (like Kosov0).   Countries such as Palestine, Taiwan, Greenland and Cyprus all have disputed or part separate status.    The UN has 193 member states and also 2 observer states, as well as 11 other states, so the true number of countries in the world is not easy to determine.

A scene from a local market in Myanmar today, and a portrait of one of the market sellers.  Until 1989 it was known as Burma, and has around 135 different ethnic tribes.  It was one of these tribes, Myanma, which gave the country its current name.   The currency there is called the Kyat.  In 2006 the capital was moved from Rangoon to Nay Pyi Taw.

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Still happy that I am not working at the Quality Spa Resort Hotel in Norefjell.   I do not miss the managers there at all.


Photo of the Day Saturday 8th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…” One rotten apple will spoil the whole bunch, even if it does not know that it is rotten.  Treat your thoughts the same way”

” Beauty might bring happiness, but happiness always brings beauty. ”

Found another good story in the news about a woman called Dorothy Custer, who is 102 years old (!!), doing a base jump in Idaho, USA to celebrate her birthday.  The country with the highest life expectancy is Japan, where men live to an average of 79 years and women an average of 86 years (UN figures).   Second place goes to Switzerland, where men live 80 years and women 85 years (must be because of the good chocolate).  At the other end of the scale, Sierra Leone has life expectancy of 46 for men and 47 for women.    The oldest documented life was by Jeanne Calment from France, 1875 – 1997, a total of 122 years.    Jiroemon Kimura from Japan currently holds the record for the oldest man, now 116 years old.

Today’s photo shows a very quiet section of the Transvaal Coast in South Africa.  Not so many tourists in this part of SA, but some great scenery.

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Photo of the Day Thursday 6th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…” Dreams do not work unless you do. ”                   ”  There is no failure except giving up”.

” Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts”  (Winston Churchill).

I read on the BBC news that Germany has now lost its longest word, all 63 letters of it (Rindfleischetikettierungsueberwachungsaufgabenuebertragungsgesetz)   which meant ‘law delegating beef monitoring’.     Luckily, there is no need anymore for the word, so it has disappeared.   The longest word in the German dictionary will now be “Kraftfahrzeughaftpflichtversicherung’    which means automotive liability insurance.  Very useful if you are playing Scrabble.  The world record score in Scrabble is for the word CAZIQUES, which scored 392 points.   The highest total score in a game of Scrabble is 830 points.  In 1984, Peter Finan and Neil Smith played Scrabble for 153 hours.

Today’s photo shows boats in a harbour in Morocco.  If you look closely, then you will spot a single figure hopping from boat to boat.

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Photo of the Day Tuesday 4th June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day..” Time heals all wounds, but only wisdom keeps them from reopening”

” We may all have come on different boats, but we are all in the same boat now” (Martin Luther King)

I was not surprised to read recently that airlines are topping the list for bad customer service.  If the ‘service’ that I have experienced with Air France is anything to go on, then the bad reputation is well deserved.   Not only is the onboard service poor, but the ground ‘service’ from Air France is just as bad.    The good thing is that I can vote with my wallet, so Air France have not seen any of my money for a good long time.   I thought that the French were famous for good food until I flew with the French airline.   Also near the top of the bad airline service list would probably be SAS, another airline whose staff seem to forget that it is the customer who is actually paying their wages.  Again, SAS lost out a long time ago, the experience before Christmas turned me off them for life.  That said, there are some airlines that are FAR better and whose staff do take care of passengers properly.   Airlines like Qatar Airways show just how it should be done.  I just hope that Air France and SAS go out of business fast, life it too short to experience bad airlines.

Sunset over Lake Wanaka, New Zealand for the photo today, with some magical light.   Magical light for a magical place, and as they say there, ‘life the way it should be.’

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Photo of the Day Sunday 2nd June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…” Live now, make now the most precious time.  Now will never come again”.

” When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be’

Summer is a time for holidays, and that often means hotels.  If you have a spare USD 18 716 then you can have night in the Royal Suite in the Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai.   Or USD 24 550 will get you the Royal Suite at the Four Seasons George V Hotel, Paris.   USD 26 300 will get you a suite in the Ritz Carlton Hotel Tokyo, although the room price does include individual “rain showers’ .

Going up in price (!!) then USD 45 000 will get you a night in the Presidential Suite in the Raj Palace Hotel Jaipur, India, but for that price you do get 1500 square metres to relax in.   A roof terrace and private swimming pool are also included.

And even more expensive….the Royal Penthouse Suite in the Hotel President Wilson, Geneva. Bullet proof doors and windows, a Steinway piano, private lift and 12 rooms to accommodate you.  It also has its own, private fitness area.  The cost?   A mere USD 65000 a night.

If that is not enough then Hurlingham Travel offer a round the world trip visiting every World Heritage site for around GBP 990 000

The photo today is of the guards at the Amailenberg Palace in Copenhagen, Denmark.  The soldiers are the Royal Life Guards, seen here during the main changing of the guard ceremony which takes place at 1200.

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Photo of the Day Saturday 1st June 2013 – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day…” Failure is not falling down, it is remaining where you have fallen ”

”  Follow your heart, but take your brain with you”

Mobile phone applications have gone too far.  Now being tested in Brazil by Kimberley Clarke is the Tweet Pie app.   This is a sensor which is placed in babies nappies/diapers, and when moisture is sensed, then sends a message to the parents’ telephone informing them that it is time to change the nappy/diaper.  Or how about iSteam, which covers your mobile telephone screen with vitual steam so that you can write messages on it.   Then there is the ‘Annoy A Teen’ app which sends out high frequency sounds to apparently annoy younger people.  Or if you really want to waste USD 1 then you can buy ‘Passion App’, and app that judges you whilst you have sex and then gives you a score out of 10.

Did you know that the British city of Birmingham has more kilometres of canals  (over 160km) than Venice?  The Kiel Canal is said to be the busiest canal in the world, and is 97 km long, and used by over 60 000 ships a year.   The world’s longest canal is the Grand Canal in China (over 1776 km long), with 24 locks along its length.  This leads nicely to a canal photo…….

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Very happy not to be working at the Quality Spa Resort Hotel in Norefjell.  Not missing it at all.