Adobe After Effets CS 6 Map path Animation…… Best Destinations in Kandy



Here is the road to Kandy from Negombo or Colombo. The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is a special place on this road. This is a great tourist attraction. In there you can get a comprehensive knowledge of elephants in Sri Lanka. Specially children are very love to visit this place. Continuing after the Pinnawala to Kandy, you can tast lots of local fruits at Mavanalla fruit stall. On this road also chance to learn about Ayurveda Medicine and local spice herbals if needed. Kandy is a a major tourist destination and It is situated 115 km from Colombo. Kandy has a long history. This video shows some of the must see destinations, for anyone coming to visiting Kandy

The Best Destinations and attractions in Kandy
The Temple of Tooth
Botanical Garden
Wales Park
Kandy Lake
Kandy Market
View Point
Hanthana Mountain
Ceylon Tea Museum
Bahirawakanda Statue
Udawatta Kale
Gadaladeniya
Lankathilakaya
Embakke Devalaya
Nelligala Temple

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Six bedroom holiday home in Criccieth, North Wales



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Six bedrooms: 2 x king, 2 x super king, 1 x bunk (suitable for children up to 12 years old), 1 x twin (zip/link option of super king by request), 5 x five ensuite bedrooms with a mix of bath and/or shower and all have a loo and wash hand basin. 1 x ground floor cloakroom with loo and wash hand basin. 1 x first floor cloakroom with loo and wash hand basin. Open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room with full length Juliet balcony windows and Smart TV with BT Sport and Netflix. Utility room. Games room. Stairgate available on prior request. Off road parking. Note: This property accepts 10 adults max, The bedroom on the first floor has bunks suitable for children up to 12 years old. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.

This holiday cottage in Pentrefelin is pet / dog friendly.

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REVENGE OF THE SATANIC PANIC! (full visual album)



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You thought you had defeated the satanic panic last year. You hoped for a peaceful Fall Festival with your crush at the local church. But this year, satan has other plans. It’s…. REVENGE OF THE SATANIC PANIC!

Rise up with your allies to defeat the army of undead satanists as they pillage your church and home. Defeat the boogieman, and send those satanic zombies back to hell. This year, it’s up to you to rescue Halloween!

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Dubrovnik Croatia Grocery Store Haul | Cost Of Living In Croatia



Dubrovnik Croatia Grocery Store Haul:

In this video we go over the cost of living in Croatia with a quick visit to a Croatia supermarket.

We found a supermarket in Croatia steps from our Airbnb call Tommy Markets. We were happy to find a great store like this in Croatia. Cost of living seems pretty low based on the items we were able to buy.

Croatia costs are lower than many other large cities in Europe, and therefore Croatia travel is pretty cheap. The food in Croatia is good and cheaper to buy than we expected. Perfect for a digital nomad. Croatia supermarket prices were the lowest we’ve seen since we were in the UK several months ago.

If you are wondering how much does it cost to live in Croatia, check out the rest of our Croatia travel guide where we buy Dubrovnik food and let you know the prices.

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Mum left without food for 10 days after safety alert



Mum left without food for 10 days after Calea safety alert By Selma Chalabi BBC News Jenny Evans looks no different to any other mother. The 31-year-old has two young children and runs her own marquee and outdoor bar business with her husband Rich.  But what cannot be seen is that inside her body, Jenny only has 20cm of her small bowel left. Most of her intestines were removed in 2010 after they twisted so much that they died, and what is left is not enough for her body to absorb the nutrients she needs from food. Jenny, from Grosmont near Abergavenny, is fed intravenously with a liquid that is tailored exactly to her needs.  The liquid, known as home parenteral nutrition (HPN), or total parenteral nutrition (TPN), goes straight into her blood supply. Jenny hooks up to it four nights a week, and while she sleeps it infuses into her blood over the course of 12 hours.  She is one of about 130 patients in Wales who can live at home and administer parenteral nutrition themselves or with the help of a nurse. But in summer, the supply was drastically reduced, and Jenny first knew about it when her bags didn’t turn up on the usual delivery van in July. “I went ten days without a TPN delivery,” she told BBC Eye on Wales. “I was very tired, I was losing weight rapidly, and my hair began to fall out. “It was really nerve wrecking thinking I’m going to end up in hospital because of malnutrition. “It was the busiest time for my business and I couldn’t afford for that to happen.” Parenteral nutrition bags for home patients in Wales are supplied by a company called Calea UK. The bags are bespoke, and based on the patient’s blood results, containing proteins, sugars, fats as well as electrolytes, vitamins and essential minerals. In June, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) conducted a routine inspection of the Calea UK production plant in Runcorn, Cheshire. As a result of the inspection, the MHRA requested that Calea UK make immediate changes to their production process to ensure the safety of the product.  In order to do so, Calea UK had to reduce its output. Overnight, its capacity to supply HPN patients in Wales dropped by 40%, leaving the pan-Wales parenteral nutrition service, which is run by Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, in a state of shock.  “If you can imagine someone phoning you up saying you can’t have any food or drink and we can’t get you any for the next week or so, that’s the analogy,” said Dr Rhys Hewitt, who heads up the team. “My patients are more or less dependent on this intravenous feed and if they don’t get it, then worst case scenario, people could be very unwell and have to be admitted to hospital within a few days.” The team risk assessed every patient in their care and then went through a process of prioritising who would continue to get the bespoke compounded bags and who would be given “off the shelf” bags, which don’t contain all the nutrients that a patient needs and should only be used

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Spur Of The Moment Trip To Hike The Gibraltar Washpool World Heritage Walk – Day 1



Follow along as I explore the Gibraltar and Washpool National Parks on a spur of the moment 3 day hiking adventure that I did at the end of winter. This particular hike is a 5km circuit hike in the beautiful mountain ranges of northern New South Wales.

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Coat Shopping in Cardiff. Wales, UK Vlogs.



Coat Shopping in Cardiff. Wales, UK Vlogs.

Izzy has been growing again! It’s time to go hunting for a new coat, as the sleeves on her present coat have got decidedly short. Imo’s got a few bits and bobs to do at home before they go.

Thanks so much for watching. x

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I’m Imo and she’s Izzy. We’re a UK mother and daughter vlogging combo that loves to get out and about and exploring South Wales and beyond.

We’re a homeschooling/home-educating family of two based in the UK dealing with the daily challenges of managing Izzy’s severe, chronic eczema and her education. Our resourcefulness is tested on a daily basis, but we’d love to share our little triumphs and discoveries with you as we go along.

Imo is a flautist/flutist (flute player), and these vlogs will often take you behind the scenes of the life of a professional folk musician. Stand by for bits and bobs of live folk music and dance as they pop up in our day-to-day lives.

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