Jeritilley A picture is worth a thousand words..

Big Brother and something fishy – Not the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell.

Thought for the day….” Being happy does not mean that everything is perfect.  It means that you have decided to look beyond the imperfections”.

1984 photo

(photo from Infowars.com)   Bad news for all people who take photographs.  Sad to read that a new Hungarian law will now make it illegal for people to photograph other people in public places without their express permission.  Questions are already being asked about how it will affect tourists, who naturally want to take photos in places like Budapest (filled with people in the streets), but also how it will affect reporters trying to photograph news items.   Very bad of the Hungarian government to try and stop photography in this way, definitely a very backward step.    If they start enforcing this no photographing of people rule, then it will be a very good reason to avoid visiting Hungary.    It is bad enough to read about the problems that photographers have in the USA now, but it seems that the restrictions are spreading.   Big Brother/1984 has happened, just that it started later than predicted.  Hungarian citizens may wish to avoid this place in Texas in  the USA though…..they would definitely got caught on camera here….just for entering a beach….

usa-spy-cameras

(photo from infowars.com)

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

The photo today comes from a fishing village in Korea, Gampo.   Lots of fish and also seaweed is dried here, and despite the village only having around 7200 residents, it is said that there are over 240 seafood restaurants here.   Raw fish dishes (hoe) and also abalone soup (jeonboktang) and grilled seafood is popular.

LOW-res-fish

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http://www.qualitysparesort.com              www.qualityresortnorefjell.com                            www.norefjellspa.com

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