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Will You Be Able To Work in Canada?
If you are already planning your arrival to Canada, you must be asking yourself if you will be able to work there! Before moving to Canada, you should learn as much as possible about working in Canada. Since there is no guarantee that you will find work in your preferred occupation, it is very important to be fully aware and...
US Immigration made easy
Keep your status secure and your visa and green card applications moving along smoothly. Plan for Delays. If you are in the United States and your work permit or status needs to be renewed, realize that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS, formerly called the INS) is extremely backed up. Cope by turning in your application far in advance,...
Tenerife – marveling at nature and folklore
Tenerife offers some of the marvelous landscapes for nature lovers. The season remains spring almost throughout the year, with hardly any differences in the summer and winter temperatures. The city comes to life in the evenings with the promenades and restaurants bustling with activities. Tenerife is dotted with volcanoes, leading to a rough lunar landscape, but it also is...
Study in spain
  Every year, thousands of American students choose to travel in an effort to see the world and study abroad.  Many of those who do so find that the decision to study in Spain was a rewarding one for many reasons.  Because Spain is a beautiful country and a center of historical importance, students with interest in history and the...
A Retired, Single RV'er Travels
For some 30 years I practiced law in Mesa, Arizona. (Please don't hold that against me. I really wasn't a very good lawyer.) When I was about to turn 62 years old and collect social security I decided to quit my practice and go camping. I already owned a Coleman tent camper and a small pick-up. My marriage had...
A Look at Spanish Music and Culture
When an American thinks of Spanish music and culture, the images invariably conjured are those of Flamenco musicians, guitars, bullfights, beaches, and the sunshine. While these classic segments of Spanish culture are certainly an important part of the country’s rich history and lifestyles, there is much more to Spain and Spanish music and culture than that. Historically Spain has been and still is one of the...
Wairarapa New Zealand - Wine and Charm
Wairarapa, New Zealand is located on the North Island at the foot of the Tararua Mountains.  Wairarapa is a mere hour away from the Wellington International Airport, allowing for easy traveling, yet far enough away from the city to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle. Wairarapa is a lively cultural center.  It is ideally positioned for its growing community of artists and...
Fix Your PC
It seems these days whenever we turn around we are under fire with a piece of Spyware, a new Adware campaign, or another virus.  Before you know it, we are feeling a bit overwhelmed and worrying about how to protect ourselves.  Relax here are 10 tips to keep your PC secure. Using registry repair software will help keep your...
Fintech disruprting global eCommerce
It is finally happening:  FinTech, new payment technologies, and other financial innovations are attempting to disrupt global eCommerce. If you were following the latest headlines in the Financial Technology industry, or are among the early adopters of Bitcoin, then the latest prediction of eCommerce global disruption won't come to you by a surprise.  According to eMarketer by the year 2020 (only 4 years from...
Bitcoin to $3000
The word on the street is that Bitcoin price will climb up to $2000 and perhaps even $3000 by the end of 2017. Is it possible? Could Bitcoin, the coin that until recently everyone enjoyed in predicting its death, continue the manic climb to a level unpredicted even by its most fanatic supporters?its o finally by the end of...