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WHAT KIND OF TRAVELER ARE YOU?

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You generally find out about the differentiation among sightseers and hikers, however even among explorers, we want to amass each other into classes by who is the “better” voyager. Look into any lodging, and you will discover an assortment of explorers wearing their particular innate rigging and individuals going “Definitely, that person over yonder? Unquestionably the partier.”

So who are the hikers? What sort of sorts have I recognized in the inn wilderness? Following quite a while of research, many!

Being a Travel Blogger I have sorted Here is some typical types of hikers that can be found in a lodging’s wilderness:

The Hippie

Not having any desire to be held somewhere near the man, the radical can be discovered wearing angler jeans, dreadlocks, and heaps of pieces of jewelry, and has a particular “I haven’t showered in two days” smell. This type of voyager is frequently thumbing a well-worn book on social equity.

Flower child explorers utilize neighborhood transportation, eat nearby nourishment, and discussion about social colonialism while viewing the most recent Hollywood films on their Macbook and asking for cash to get to the following spot. They more often than not stay away from most traveler goals since “they’re excessively business, man.”

For the most part, found in India or other creating nations (since they can’t manage the cost of anyplace else).

The Gap Yearer

Voyager hole yearius is normally school matured, English, Kiwi, or Aussie. This hiking species will, in general, be going for precisely one year directly previously or after college. They pursue the primary round-the-world ticket course, investing the majority of their energy in Southeast Asia, New Zealand, and Australia.

Hole year voyagers like to party a great deal, see the principle attractions, rest in residences, and will, in general, adhere to the most common way to go. They are out to have a decent time, meet different explorers, and return home with a couple of good stories before they begin their vocation.

They can be found any place a round-the-world ticket will take them.

The Partier

Wearing shades, shorts, flip-flops, and a Lao lager T-shirt, voyagers partyoholic invest the vast majority of their energy getting alcoholic in every nation. The vast majority of their day is spent nursing the aftereffect from the previous evening while at the same time maintaining a strategic distance from boisterous and sufficiently bright zones. You’ll likely observe them still in bed when you check-in at 2 pm. Yet, they’re the first at the bar every night. Loud, these nighttime animals ricochet from one gathering goal to the next.

Generally found in “party goals” like Amsterdam, Thailand, Barcelona, and Prague.

The Couple

The exploring couple invests the greater part of their energy touring, visiting, and doing exercises. They keep away from the greater part of the hiker ghettos and gatherings and will in general incline toward different couples or more seasoned explorers. The more youthful form frequently goes the contrary course and will in general gathering a ton while separating around multiple times out and about.

They are discovered around the world.

The Better Traveler

While tasting on a beverage in a lodging, this explorer will disclose to you how tricky and dishonest every other voyager are and how they truly are simply sightseers and doing whatever it takes not to locate the “nearby culture.” He will talk about his experience taking neighborhood transportation, and that one time he spent living in a town for one day. He waxes on about the demise of nearby societies, globalization, and how he’s truly out there making a trip to be a piece of the world and not constrain his way of life down other individuals’ throats.

This species is found being dishonest in lodgings everywhere throughout the world.

The “Recall When” Backpacker

Voyager living-in-the-pastus has been voyaging quite a while (and more often than not to similar goals). He’ll reveal to all of you about how he recollects when the Full Moon Party used to be great and how Laos is too found at this point.

He’ll discuss how Ios used to be tranquil and nobody had known about Queenstown. He’ll depict when he was the main individual in Costa Rica or cruising the Amazon. At the point when inquired as to what he’s as yet doing here on the off chance that he detests it so much, he’ll rapidly change the subject.

This discouraging species can be found in similar goals he says are destroyed at this point.

Life in an inn on the hiker trail sure is intriguing. There is a great deal of assorted variety out there in the lodging wilderness!

To further research the propensities for these fantastically intriguing animals, I will keep on venturing to the far corners of the planet and remain in lodgings.

Ya know, for science!

Charvi Shah is the co-founder of Love with Travel Blog. She loves helping people unplug from the chaos, follow their bliss, travel more and create better memories. She inspires many people to travel more! Charvi`s travel focus on cultural immersion, authentic discovery and incredible journeys. She has a strong passion for ecotourism and aims to promote responsible travel experiences.

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Foggy weather prevents launches on final day of a successful Adirondack Balloon Festival

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QUEENSBURY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Foggy and cloudy weather prevented any balloons from launching on the final day of this year’s Adirondack Balloon Festival. But despite the weather challenges Sunday morning, organizers say it was a successful return after last year’s event was canceled.

Crowds of people returned to the Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport in Queensbury this weekend for the much anticipated return of the Adirondack Balloon Festival.

Over a dozen balloons lined the Adirondack sky Sunday morning, giving visitors a chance to see some of their favorite balloons, even if they didn’t venture far into the sky.

“Not only did you see, you could see up close. What’s nice when the balloons can’t fly in the fog is you can roam around, see the special shapes up close, talk to the pilots,” said Mark Donahue, the festival board’s president.

While balloons weren’t launched, some did slightly leave the ground, with some rising into the air on strings. Visitors also got an up-close look at their favorites getting inflated.

Some visited the festival for the very first time, “They said it was fun, so I just figured I’d come along,” said Bobby Taylor from Hudson Falls.

While others have been coming for years. “I enjoy the balloons, photographing all the different shapes and sizes and also to get some of the light from the sun, sunrises and sunsets,” said Andrew Paolano, a Queensbury resident who’s been coming since he was young.

“We come here like every year. I was very upset that it was canceled because of COVID, but I’m glad it’s back this year,” Emma Lewis said.

Sunday marking the end of a successful year, despite all the changes that to be made because of COVID. Unlike year’s past, this year’s event did not feature vendors, a craft fair or commercial flights. All balloons were also launched from the airport in Queensbury, while some have also launched in Glens Falls in the past.

“To have local officials, state officials, even federal officials involved has been quite the challenging process. But overall, it’s been so rewarding to get the event back,” Donahue explained.

And at the end of another year, some like Cole Contzius, are already looking ahead, “I can’t wait for next year to do this all again!”

Large crowds gathered at the airport throughout the weekend, with balloons successfully launching Saturday morning. Donahue says he also believes Saturday evening’s moon glow was the best the festival has ever had.

In addition to weather concerns Sunday, launches were also called off Friday, the opening day of the festival, because of wind.

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Mother, child die in 6-story fall at San Diego Padres game

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Mother, child die in 6-story fall at San Diego Padres game

SAN DIEGO (KSWB) – On Saturday, the San Diego Police Department responded to a report that a 40-year-old woman and a 2-year-old child fell from the third level of the stadium onto the sidewalk below.

Police said both mother and child were killed after falling an estimated six stories from the concourse dining area of Petco Park in downtown San Diego.

The fall happened around 3:50 p.m., Police said just before the Padres-Braves game started at 4:15 p.m.

Medical personnel arrived on the scene and performed CPR for about 20 minutes, Police said, but both victims were pronounced deceased.

Police are investigating the accident, described the deaths as “suspicious” shutting down the area as part of their investigation.

“It’s a tragic event,” Police Lieutenant Andra Brown said. “We feel horrible for the families and our hearts obviously go out to the family members, but also the people here that potentially could be traumatized.”

Police said the child’s father was at the stadium at the time of the falls.

They are asking any fans who may have witnessed the fall to come forward. Anyone with information about the deaths was asked to call homicide detectives at 619-531-2293.

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Broncos cruise past Jets for 3-0 start, but now comes the tough stuff — good teams

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And now comes the tough stuff, the difficult stuff, the challenging stuff.

The Broncos completed the soft underbelly of their schedule with Sunday’s 26-0 pasting of the New York Jets. They are 3-0 for the first time in five years.

But when they meet Monday morning, a stare into the teeth of the AFC will begin.

Week 4: Quarterback/make-something-out-of-nothing master Lamar Jackson leads Baltimore (2-1) into town.

Week 5: Another East Coast trip to Pittsburgh (1-2), which will be playing with heightened urgency after two home losses.

Week 6: Las Vegas (3-0), which has two overtime wins sandwiching an impressive victory at the Steelers, visits for maybe a spot atop the AFC West.

Week 7: Back east for a Thursday night game at Cleveland (2-1), which has nine sacks.

The stench of starting the last two years 0-4 and 0-3 has long been extinguished, a result of the schedule, but also a nod to a roster built better than the 2019-20 editions.

The Broncos and Raiders are tied for the division lead, followed by the Los Angeles Chargers (2-1) and Kansas City (1-2).

“It’s a great group of dudes and as (outside linebacker) Von (Miller) says, we take one play at a time, one day at a time,” left tackle Garett Bolles said. “We have to continue to have that same mindset. We weren’t perfect, but I feel like where we’re at, we’re a hard team to beat.”

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Home health aid charged for stealing over $35K from elderly couple in Lews County

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PORT LEYDEN, N.Y. (WWTI) – On Wednesday, Stacey Dixon, 35, of Port Leyden, was arrested after Lewis County Sheriff’s Office concluded a year-long investigation that began in October 2020, into potential fraud.

Dixon, who was previously a home health aid worker for an elderly couple, Police said allegedly stole and used a credit card from the couple in an amount exceeding $17,700.00.

Dixon also endorsed and cashed forged checks written from the couple’s personal checking account totaling $8,600.00. said Police.

Police said she received checks that she was not entitled to from the elderly couple’s personal checking account in the amount of $6,200.00, endorsing and cashing the same.

In total, the investigation determined a loss of $32,500.00 for the couple in an eight-month period of time.

Dixon was charged:

  • Sixteen counts of Second-Degree Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument (Class “D” felony)
  • Three counts of Third-Degree of Grant Larceny (Class “D” felony)

Dixon was arraigned in the Town of New Bremen Court and released pending further proceedings.

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Broncos have “top 10 defense,” Jets say after New York quarterback Zach Wilson hammered at Mile High

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Count Zach Wilson a Broncos admirer.

Not a fan, mind you. Not after the way Denver’s defense kept the kid’s head spinning for about three hours straight.

“I would say they’re a really good defense, of course,” the Jets rookie quarterback said after being harassed for five sacks, two interceptions and nine QB hits in a 26-0 shellacking by Denver in the Broncos’ home opener.

“You’ve seen what (Broncos coach) Vic Fangio has done over the years. They do a good job of eliminating (explosive plays) down the field. So we knew that coming into the game, I (would have to) do a better job of getting the ball underneath … but (they’re) a very good defense.”

Wilson, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft and a former BYU star, completed just 19 of 35 throws for 160 yards and was picked off twice, posting a 42.6 passer rating.

Meanwhile, the Jets managed just 162 total yards and averaged 3.1 yards per play as the Broncos produced their first shutout since Week 6 of the 2019 campaign, Fangio’s first at the helm, and third against the Jets since 2005.

“They’re definitely a top 10 defense in the league at this point,” Jets guard Brad Van Roten said of the Broncos’ veteran defensive unit. “And they did a great job scheming us up.”

How great? Of the Jets’ 11 drives, eight were over within four plays or fewer. And only one of those 11 — New York’s eighth of the afternoon and third of the second half — took the ball past Denver’s 40-yard line.

“It’s not even schemes,” Van Roten continued. “It’s just guys making plays. They have a lot of good playmakers on that side of the ball.

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Formation of Vermont’s Climate Action Plan gets underway

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(WVNY/WFFF) – Under Vermont’s Global Warming Solutions Act, the goal is to cut pollution in half by the year 2030.

To meet this goal, members of Vermont’s Climate Council and the Agency of Nature Resources are working with other stakeholders to draft the state’s Climate Action Plan.

And they want the public’s input to shape the plan.

“So it’s really important that we’re not going to address climate change unless we have people on board,” said Cara Pike, executive director of Climate Access.

Pike runs a non-profit focused on rallying support for climate and clean energy solutions. She and her colleagues were hired by the state to engage communities across Vermont in conversations about reducing the impacts of global warming.

“What we’re really aiming to do is raise awareness of climate change, but even more importantly give Vermonters an opportunity to weigh in on the solutions that should be prioritized,” said Pike.

Participants gathered at Elmore State Park, on Tuesday, separated into groups to discuss their concerns and how they’ve been personally affected by climate change.

“I and many of the people in the group felt stressed out for our children and for the kinds of changes our children may have to deal with…I could see it on everyone’s face. Just this sense of it’s going to be really embarrassing to tell them why we didn’t do something different when we could,” said Jessica Seddon from Morrisville.

Seddon works for World Resources Institute, a non-profit designed to put communities on a more sustainable path. She says she’s a climate advocate both professionally and personally.  

“So my professional life is very global. I work on this on a global comparative basis. For me, it was really interesting to hear about how to finance some of the newer infrastructure and changes we need to make and what the politics of those finances might be,” said Seddon.

Pike said she is pleased to see community members get involved and encourages all Vermonters to take part in the other in-person and online meetings in September and October.

“It’s great to see so many people out and so passionate about Vermont and protecting what is so great about Vermont, said Pike, “but people really wanting the state to be bold.”

Along with colleagues, she plans to present the information collected at these meetings to the Vermont Climate Council by October.

Climate leaders kicked off the first of four in-person meetings designed to create Vermont’s Climate Action Plan.

The next in-person meetings are scheduled:

  • Sept. 22 in East Dorset,
  • Sept. 23 in Island Pond, and 
  • Sept. 26 in Colchester. For those who can’t attend in person, there will be several virtual meetings in early October.

For those who can’t attend in person, there will be several virtual meetings in early October.

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Broomfield police release name of suspect in shooting outside Walgreens

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Broomfield police arrested 19-year-old Broomfield resident Trevor Woodruff in connection with a shooting outside a Walgreens on Saturday that left one man dead and two people hospitalized.

Trevor Woodruff(Provided by Broomfield police)

Woodruff was arrested on suspicion of first degree murder, attempted first degree murder and first degree assault, according to Broomfield police.

Broomfield police received a call about 11:30 a.m. Saturday for shots fired in the parking lot of the Walgreens located at Midway Boulevard and Zuni Street.

A man was found dead in the parking lot, while a woman and a juvenile male also were shot and taken to local hospitals. The woman was in stable condition, according to Broomfield police, while the juvenile was in critical condition. None of the victims names have been released.

Detectives are continuing to investigate the altercation that led to the shooting, according to Broomfield police, and don’t believe the shooting was connected to Walgreens.

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Broncos Briefs: KJ Hamler, Graham Glasgow, Dalton Risner unable to finish win over Jets

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The Broncos’ already-lengthy injury list grew by three starters during Sunday’s 26-0 win over the New York Jets, further depleting the team’s depth.

Receiver KJ Hamler (knee), right guard Graham Glasgow (knee) and left guard Dalton Risner (foot) were injured and did not return.

Hamler landed awkwardly while attempting to catch a downfield throw from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater late in the first half. Hamler needed assistance from the medical staff to get to the locker room.

Glasgow, who started after missing Week 2 due to an irregular heartbeat in Week 1, walked gingerly off the field and tried several pass protection sets on the sideline. He did not return, though, and was replaced by Netane Muti.

Risner was sidelined late in the third quarter and replaced by rookie Quinn Meinerz, who made his NFL regular season debut.

“We should know more as the week goes on,” coach Vic Fangio said.

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Broncos game balls, notable Week 3 quotes following win over Jets and looking ahead to Week 4 versus Ravens

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Game balls, quotable and a look ahead following the Broncos’ Week 3 win over the Jets to improve to 3-0.

Game Balls

Broncos pass rush

Jets QB Zach Wilson was already out of his element; throw in a relentless Broncos pass rush that didn’t let up in the second half, and the result was a defense that had fun all game long. Linebacker Alexander Johnson got the party going with a 14-yard sack of Wilson in the first quarter. Then Shelby Harris, Von Miller and Malik Reed all had sacks in the second quarter, and Johnson added another in the fourth. New York lost 41 total yards on five sacks, and even when the rookie wasn’t going down, he was under constant duress in the pocket.

Tim Patrick

The Broncos signed him to the practice squad in 2017, and Patrick’s been bootstrapping his way to NFL relevancy ever since. That continued Sunday with five catches for 98 yards as Patrick abused Jets cornerbacks and asserted himself as a vertical threat. The Broncos threw at Patrick on their first two offensive plays, and he hauled them in, and also had a 31-yard catch in the fourth quarter that set Denver up at the goal line. With Jerry Jeudy on IR and KJ Hamler potentially sidelined going forward, Patrick must continue to be Mr. Reliable.

Broncos secondary

After picking off Trevor Lawrence twice in last week’s win over the Jaguars, the Broncos replicated that ball-hawking with a pair of interceptions off Wilson. No doubt aided by the pass rush, the secondary limited Wilson to 19-of-35 through the air with a piddly 42.6 rating. With the Jets driving into Broncos territory in the fourth quarter, Justin Simmons secured his first INT of 2021 by undercutting Wilson’s throw and nearly returning it for a touchdown. Later in the quarter, rookie Caden Sterns iced the win with an interception off a tipped pass that he took back for a 43-yard return. Wilson never looked comfortable in his reads.

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Daniel Carlson’s field goal gives Raiders 31-28 OT win over Miami

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LAS VEGAS — Reigning AFC Special Teams Player of the Week Daniel Carlson’s 22-yard field goal as time expired in overtime lifted the Las Vegas Raiders to a 31-28 victory over the Miami Dolphins.

It marked the second time in the Raiders’ first three games – both at home – they overcame a two-touchdown deficit to win in overtime, also doing so against Baltimore in Week 1 on “Monday Night Football.”

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr found Bryan Edwards for 34 yards before Peyton Barber put together runs of 27 and 8 yards to put Las Vegas on the Dolphins’ 11-yard line to eventually set up the winning score.

Carr completed 26 of 43 pass attempts for 386 yards and two touchdowns.

For the third straight game, Carr used his talented receiving depth, as the eight-year veteran completed passes to nine targets, led by Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller, who each had a team-high five receptions. Renfrow also scored a touchdown.

With star running back Josh Jacobs sidelined with an ankle injury, Barber led the rushing game with 111 yards on 23 carries and one touchdown.

And while the Raiders’ offense outgained Miami 497-330, it was their special teams unit and defense that ignited the comeback after Miami scored the game’s first 14 points.

One play after Zay Jones raced downfield on a punt to down the ball on the 1-yard line, cornerback Casey Hayward Jr. caught Miami receiver Jaylen Waddle on a screen pass in the end zone for a safety.

Carlson, who starred at The Classical Academy in Colorado Springs, booted a 50-yard field goal to get the Raiders within nine. Then, after a huge defensive stop, Las Vegas drove 95 yards to cut Miami’s lead to 14-12. Fullback Alec Ingold was rewarded by having his number called after recovering Barber’s fumble on the goal line on the previous play.

The Raiders scored on their next two possessions when Carr and Renfrow connected for a 12-yard strike, and Barber dived over the pack for a 1-yard plunge to open a 25-12 lead.

The Dolphins weren’t done, though.

After Miami’s Jason Sanders made it a one-score game with a 46-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter, Jacoby Brissett scrambled on fourt-and-goal for a 1-yard touchdown with :02 left in regulation. Brissett’s passed to William Fuller for the 2-point conversion forced overtime.

The teams exchanged field goals in overtime before Carlson’s winner.

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