Beautiful impressions of Bangkok’s Maeklong market that remind us to soon go travel again despite all the atrocities the NeoCon countries and their vassals have created on their quest to treat most people worse than cattle.
Quote from Vimeo: “…Bangkok’s Maeklong Market has been in existence for decades. It remained relatively undisturbed until the later creation of the Maeklong Railway and, contrary to what you might see in the United States and in other parts of the world, there was no eminent domain law forcing market vendors to move…”
- Travel: Sign Posts on the Road
- Time: PanAm 1937 Pacific Air Travel
- Finance: Currency wars and the emerging-market countries
- Travel: Very Light Jets are getting ready for delivery
A sign post seen in the South Pacific reminding travelers of things to do (and don’t)… It is notable that some of the small island states ( not the place where this picture was taken are already starting to fight their bare survival due to global warming … talk to some people in Kiribas – [...]
It was quite a trip to cross the Pacific in the 1930s particularly by plane. When PanAm in 1936 started the first air service from the west coast to China it took 60h flight time and roughly 5 1/2 days travel time.
Have a look at the 1937 PanAm brochure for details of the trip that was scanned in by Telstar Logistics.
The threat of a currency war between the US and China is one of the main concerns for the G20 ahead of this month’s meeting in Seoul. This column say that while policymakers appear to grasp some of the issues, they underestimate the impact of quantitative easing by large economies on exchange rates worldwide…
One of the latest innovation in aviation are the so called “Very Light Jet” (VLJ ) claiming to start a revolution in air travel. At cost of less than current piston engine business planes they bring reliability and comfort of jet travel to a new group of customers. VLJs have also been praised for their [...]