In a survey of 24 countries conducted by YouGov, it was found that Thai Food is one of the world’s top five foodie favorites. – In this article we offer tips on where to Find the Best Thai Restaurants Thailand became a popular holiday destination in the 1980s, and the country’s fare, along with its stunning nature and fascinating culture, is one of the primary reasons people travel there. According to the survey, Thailand had more entries in the World’s 50 Best Foods than any other country. Luckily, these dishes aren’t only found in Thailand and are readily available in other locations across the globe. Here are the three destinations around the world with the best Thai restaurants, and where to stay to make sure you can access them easily. Bangkok Thai Food While Chiang Mai may be considered the culinary capital of Thailand, Bangkok is much larger and is home to many more restaurants. Indeed, one of the most famous Thai restaurants on the planet is located in the … [Read more...] about How Thai Food Conquered the World, Where to Find the Best Thai Restaurants
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(CNN) Novak Djokovic has broken Roger Federer 's all-time record for most weeks spent as the men's world No.1. The Serbian has now topped the ATP rankings for a combined 311 weeks, surpassing Federer's tally of 310 on Monday. Djokovic has enjoyed five different spells as the world's best male tennis player, most recently wrestling top spot of Rafael Nadal in February 2020. "It really excites me to walk the path of legends and giants of this sport," Djokovic said per the ATP Tour. "To know that I have earned my place among them by following my childhood dream is a beautiful confirmation that when you do things out of love and passion, everything is possible." Novak Djokovic beats Daniil Medvedev in Australian Open final to claim 18th grand slam title Read More The 33-year-old first topped the rankings back in July 2011 and has gone on to establish himself as one of the best players in tennis history. After … [Read more...] about Novak Djokovic surpasses Roger Federer’s all-time record of weeks spent as world No.1
ENGLAND TOUR OF INDIA, 2021 by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Share Tweet Sam Curran is set to be in India for the next three months for T20Is against India and the IPL. © Getty With England scheduled to play 118 days of international cricket during the course of the year, and players having to spend their time in bio-secure bubbles, the coaching staff decided to come out with the rotation policy. However, England's rotation policy has come under more scrutiny, especially in the backdrop of the side slipping to a 1-3 series loss against India. Sam Curran , who was rested after the Sri Lanka tour, has defended the move and said that rest and rotation keeps the players fresh during a busy year. "Definitely... a lot of stuff has been spoken about the rotation," he said in the presser. "As a player, I have found it very beneficial, the bubbles are really tough from the player's perspective, being away for long periods, it is … [Read more...] about Found the rotation policy very beneficial: Sam Curran
Cadarius Johnson, seen here at 16 years old when he was booked into Claiborne Parish Detention Center in July 2013. (Photo by Brett Duke, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) Cadarius Johnson shuffled into a Shreveport hospital dressed in a prison uniform, his legs in shackles and wrists chained to his thin waist. Two armed guards escorted the 17-year-old with a developmental disability to see a psychologist, ready to intervene in another outburst. In childish, uneven handwriting, Cadarius wrote his name onto a legal form, releasing his right to medical privacy. Whatever unpredictable thing he might say next could be turned over to a judge. It had been three months since an early morning in July 2013 when Cadarius, then 16, was left alone at his mobile home despite a court order telling his mother to stay with him. For reasons that remain unclear, he called 911 and hung up four times before sunrise. Within the hour, Cadarius was in custody, and a sheriff’s deputy was accusing … [Read more...] about A Louisiana teen with disabilities needed help. Why was he accused of trying to kill a cop?
Bryan Townley was having a weekend away in Queenstown when he saw a news item about a Covid-19 cluster at the World Hereford Conference. “I thought oh heck – I was at that. This is starting to get serious. So we high-tailed it home, and I rang up and got some advice about what to do. “I wasn’t scared for myself, but it was a bit of a reality check that Covid was here – it bought it home to people because all of a sudden we had a business in Invercargill that had been in contact with it.’’ It’s likely Townley, who is the manager at the Ascot Park Hotel in Invercargill, and his 12 staff were the first in Southland to self-isolate after they provided catering services at the conference. They were 11 days into the 14-day incubation period, so didn’t have to self-isolate for a full 14 days. READ MORE: Number of positive Covid-19 cases in Queenstown 'not surprising' Coronavirus: Event company behind World Hereford Conference liquidated One in hospital as 11 new southern … [Read more...] about Townley still wary of virus a year after Hereford Conference Cluster