“Media coverage is rarely without bias, especially in the B2B press.” Says who? What a shoddy, Trump-esque ‘fake news’ generalisation.
Seva Duty Free. Remember the name, you’ll be hearing it a lot more.
After an horrendous couple of days. it’s time to split. As in get the hell out of the UK and as in fly to Split.
“The last time you dashed for a bagel and a coffee before making your flight… did you give any thought to what goes into the feeding and watering, potentially, of 100,000 people on a given day?”
This challenge introduces the importance of reading for enjoyment, a welcome initiative in an age where children increasingly have a superglue-like bond with their games devices.
What does the message say? That the product, a Johnnie Walker Black Label variant, is exclusive. To both country and to retailer. No clumsy ‘travel retail exclusive’, just EXCLUSIVE.
From Hamad to Hepburn. Add a small food & beverage offer, play Moon River to passengers, ask them to close their eyes and they could be on Fifth Avenue standing alongside Audrey herself…
Plagiarism? Let’s just call it what it is. Theft.
Here’s a toast to the spirit of Christchurch and of New Zealand. And to a local gin that disproved the belief that Kiwis can’t fly.
This is a destination merchandise offer that truly does justice to the wonderful products that the great nation of Greece, replete with such a bountiful breadbasket, produces.
Billie’s Book focuses on basics such as truthfulness and generosity, and highlights the importance of accepting differences in opinions, faith, and choices.
I forgot to bring my power adaptor for the local plugs, which meant I was without access to my laptop or phone for the first day. God’s way perhaps of saying I should slow down and simply take in the splendour.
“I am scared to ask the question outright for fear of hearing the truth. I can’t bear the thought of sharing his facings with anyone else. How can I show him I know what’s going on and get him to call it off?”