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  • В #SonevaJani уделяют большое внимание комфорту 🛌👌🏼 .
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Самая роскошная резервация здесь - 4-комнатная вилла жилой площадью 2226 кв.м. с личной водной горкой с верхней палубы прямо в лагуну 😍🌊 .
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Именно такой должна быть жизнь над водой! 💙 Панорамный вид на океан, кабинет, тренажерный зал, шезлонги, душ на открытом воздухе, телевизионная гостиная, мини-бар, открытая ванная комната, свой бассейн и специальная спальная зона для детей 👧👦 .
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Если же вы предпочитаете виллу на острове, то и здесь вы найдёте шикарный вариант размещения, который можно индивидуализировать в соответствии с вашими требованиями! 🏝 .
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Почувствуйте изобилие и насладитесь комфортом: паровая баня, сауна, главная спальня, комната для отдыха с телевизором, столовая, бассейн, кухня и винный погреб. На втором этаже расположены еще 3 спальни с ванными комнатами 🛁 и гардеробными🚪
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🔑 В резорте также представлены виллы 3-х, 2-х и 1-комнатные: как на воде, так и на острове 👍🏼
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❇️При бронировании любой виллы бонусом идёт пользование всеми безмоторными водными видами спорта, включая каякинг, парусный спорт, виндсерфинг, кайтсерфинг и парусный спорт на катамаранах 🚣‍♀️🏄‍♀️ .
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От наблюдения за звездами 💫 в надводной обсерватории до сафари дельфинов 🐬 на закате или ночного кинотеатра 🍿 прямо на воде - в #SonevaJani каждому найдется что-нибудь, чем можно насладиться ☺️
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#mySputnik #travelwithpassion #virtuoso #traveldesigner #secretescapes #luxurytravel #ASO11 #dreamdestination #travelgoals 
#discoversoneva #experiencesoneva #visitmaldives #maldivesresorts #мальдивы #luxurymaldives #travelmaldives #райназемле #oneandonly #heavenonearth #minimaxi #minimaxitravel
  • В #SonevaJani уделяют большое внимание комфорту 🛌👌🏼 .
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    Самая роскошная резервация здесь - 4-комнатная вилла жилой площадью 2226 кв.м. с личной водной горкой с верхней палубы прямо в лагуну 😍🌊 .
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    Именно такой должна быть жизнь над водой! 💙 Панорамный вид на океан, кабинет, тренажерный зал, шезлонги, душ на открытом воздухе, телевизионная гостиная, мини-бар, открытая ванная комната, свой бассейн и специальная спальная зона для детей 👧👦 .
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    Если же вы предпочитаете виллу на острове, то и здесь вы найдёте шикарный вариант размещения, который можно индивидуализировать в соответствии с вашими требованиями! 🏝 .
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    Почувствуйте изобилие и насладитесь комфортом: паровая баня, сауна, главная спальня, комната для отдыха с телевизором, столовая, бассейн, кухня и винный погреб. На втором этаже расположены еще 3 спальни с ванными комнатами 🛁 и гардеробными🚪
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    🔑 В резорте также представлены виллы 3-х, 2-х и 1-комнатные: как на воде, так и на острове 👍🏼
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    ❇️При бронировании любой виллы бонусом идёт пользование всеми безмоторными водными видами спорта, включая каякинг, парусный спорт, виндсерфинг, кайтсерфинг и парусный спорт на катамаранах 🚣‍♀️🏄‍♀️ .
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    От наблюдения за звездами 💫 в надводной обсерватории до сафари дельфинов 🐬 на закате или ночного кинотеатра 🍿 прямо на воде - в #SonevaJani каждому найдется что-нибудь, чем можно насладиться ☺️
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    #mySputnik #travelwithpassion #virtuoso #traveldesigner #secretescapes #luxurytravel #ASO11 #dreamdestination #travelgoals
    #discoversoneva #experiencesoneva #visitmaldives #maldivesresorts #мальдивы #luxurymaldives #travelmaldives #райназемле #oneandonly #heavenonearth #minimaxi #minimaxitravel
  • 476 5 18 February, 2020
  • Happy Valentine's Day from the most romantic destination on earth, the NihiOka Spa Safari at @nihisumba. Tag your Valentine in the comments below!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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This couples journey begins with a 90-minute trek through rolling rice terrace fields. Walk beside wild horses and buffalo in a dreamscape, explore fascinating local villages, culminating at a cliffside spa. From there, you will be swept away by our spa team for unlimited healing treatments, delicious meals and unparalleled views. Does it get any better than this?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Photo by: @niomismart
  • Happy Valentine's Day from the most romantic destination on earth, the NihiOka Spa Safari at @nihisumba. Tag your Valentine in the comments below!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    This couples journey begins with a 90-minute trek through rolling rice terrace fields. Walk beside wild horses and buffalo in a dreamscape, explore fascinating local villages, culminating at a cliffside spa. From there, you will be swept away by our spa team for unlimited healing treatments, delicious meals and unparalleled views. Does it get any better than this?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Photo by: @niomismart
  • 496 9 14 February, 2020
  • I’ve been getting lots of Scotland and Ireland requests lately and I’m LOVING it. My family does an annual UK trip each year so this region holds such a special place in my heart and I love helping clients craft out the perfect, customized trip based on their likes and dislikes. Whether you’re into all the golf 🏌️ or would rather spend the days doing falconry and hanging out with these little dudes, or even a combo of both, let me help work with you to create the perfect itinerary with all the perks. 🦉🏌️‍♀️
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•📍Girvan, United Kingdom
  • I’ve been getting lots of Scotland and Ireland requests lately and I’m LOVING it. My family does an annual UK trip each year so this region holds such a special place in my heart and I love helping clients craft out the perfect, customized trip based on their likes and dislikes. Whether you’re into all the golf 🏌️ or would rather spend the days doing falconry and hanging out with these little dudes, or even a combo of both, let me help work with you to create the perfect itinerary with all the perks. 🦉🏌️‍♀️




    •📍Girvan, United Kingdom
  • 268 10 21 February, 2020

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  • James Edwards Yancey (February 20, 1894 or 1895 or 1901 – September 17, 1951) was an American boogie-woogie pianist, composer, and lyricist. One reviewer described him as "one of the pioneers of this raucous, rapid-fire, eight-to-the-bar piano style."
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  • James Edwards Yancey (February 20, 1894 or 1895 or 1901 – September 17, 1951) was an American boogie-woogie pianist, composer, and lyricist. One reviewer described him as "one of the pioneers of this raucous, rapid-fire, eight-to-the-bar piano style."
    Yancey was born in Chicago. There is uncertainty over his birth year: at different times he stated 1900 and 1903, and other sources give 1894 or 1898. Researchers Bob Eagle and Eric LeBlanc suggest 1901.
    His older brother, Alonzo Yancey (1897–1944), was also a pianist, and their father was a vaudeville guitarist and singer. By age ten, Yancey had toured across the United States as a tap dancer and singer, and by twenty he had toured throughout Europe. He began teaching himself to play the piano at the age of 15, and by 1915 had become a noted pianist and was already influencing younger musicians, including Meade Lux Lewis and Albert Ammons.
    He played in a boogie-woogie style, with a strong-repeated figure in the left hand and melodic decoration in the right, but his playing was delicate and subtle rather than hard driving. He popularized the left-hand figure that became known as the "Yancey bass", later used in Pee Wee Crayton's "Blues After Hours", Guitar Slim's "The Things That I Used to Do", and many other songs. Yancey favored keys—such as E-flat and A-flat—that were atypical for barrelhouse blues. Distinctively, he ended many pieces in the key of E-flat, even if he had played in a different key until the ending. #jazzlegend #jazzpianist #jazzcomposer #jazz #bebop #swing #bigband #boogiewoogie #epic #brillance #pioneer #greatness #master #fromthearchives #jazzphotography #musicblog #piano #jamesyancey #hbd #virtuoso #rip 🎼🎵🎶🎹🎂🙏✌🖤
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  • #musicblog Daily music choice:
For black history month
People Get Ready, by The Impressions
The gospel-influenced single written by Curtis Mayfield was released this month 55 years ago, just after Malcolm X's assassination on February 21, 1965 and shortly before the Selma to Montgomery marches. It instantly became identified with the Civil Rights Movement. It reached number 3 on the Billboard R&B Chart and number 14 on the Billboard Pop Chart. 
In Curtis Mayfield's biography 'Traveling Soul: The Life of Curtis Mayfield', his son Todd writes: "My father intended People Get Ready to reach far back in history, even as it kept an eye on the future. His lyrics brought the coded messages of old Negro spirituals into the turbulent '60s. When he sang about a train to Jordan, everyone fighting for their rights in Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Georgia knew what he meant. Everyone who had migrated to Chicago, New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia and California knew it too."
Andrew Young, a civil rights movement leader and a close confidant to Martin Luther King Jr, said about this song: "People Get Ready was one we used. None of us had great voices, but this was music that everybody could sing. You couldn't do Curtis Mayfield's falsetto, but we had kids who could. He was always one of the heroes of the Civil Rights Movement."
Orchestrated by Johnny Pate, a jazz bassist in the 1950s who became a producer and arranger in the 1960s and moved to film scoring in the 1970s. This was the first Impressions song to feature Curtis Mayfield on guitar.
Curtis Mayfield – vocals
Fred Cash – vocals
Sam Gooden – vocals
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UG-KNy1MRTc Curtis Mayfield #soullegend #soulsinger #musician #soul #gospel #vinylrecords #vocalist #stylist #musician #singersongwriter #epic #greatness #master #brillance #bandleader #fromthearchives #civilrights #blackhistory #quotes #jazzphotography #vocals #group #theimpressions #curtismayfield #peoplegetready #icon #virtuoso #genius 🎼🎵🎶🎙🎹🙏✌🖤
  • #musicblog Daily music choice:
    For black history month
    People Get Ready, by The Impressions
    The gospel-influenced single written by Curtis Mayfield was released this month 55 years ago, just after Malcolm X's assassination on February 21, 1965 and shortly before the Selma to Montgomery marches. It instantly became identified with the Civil Rights Movement. It reached number 3 on the Billboard R&B Chart and number 14 on the Billboard Pop Chart.
    In Curtis Mayfield's biography 'Traveling Soul: The Life of Curtis Mayfield', his son Todd writes: "My father intended People Get Ready to reach far back in history, even as it kept an eye on the future. His lyrics brought the coded messages of old Negro spirituals into the turbulent '60s. When he sang about a train to Jordan, everyone fighting for their rights in Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Georgia knew what he meant. Everyone who had migrated to Chicago, New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia and California knew it too."
    Andrew Young, a civil rights movement leader and a close confidant to Martin Luther King Jr, said about this song: "People Get Ready was one we used. None of us had great voices, but this was music that everybody could sing. You couldn't do Curtis Mayfield's falsetto, but we had kids who could. He was always one of the heroes of the Civil Rights Movement."
    Orchestrated by Johnny Pate, a jazz bassist in the 1950s who became a producer and arranger in the 1960s and moved to film scoring in the 1970s. This was the first Impressions song to feature Curtis Mayfield on guitar.
    Curtis Mayfield – vocals
    Fred Cash – vocals
    Sam Gooden – vocals
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UG-KNy1MRTc Curtis Mayfield #soullegend #soulsinger #musician #soul #gospel #vinylrecords #vocalist #stylist #musician #singersongwriter #epic #greatness #master #brillance #bandleader #fromthearchives #civilrights #blackhistory #quotes #jazzphotography #vocals #group #theimpressions #curtismayfield #peoplegetready #icon #virtuoso #genius 🎼🎵🎶🎙🎹🙏✌🖤
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  • #repost Buddy Tate (February 22, 1913 – February 10, 2001) was a jazz saxophonist and clarinetist. One of the more individual tenors to emerge from the swing era, the distinctive Buddy Tate came to fame as Herschel Evans' replacement with Count Basie's Orchestra. Earlier he had picked up valuable experience playing with Terrence Holder (1930-1933), Count Basie's original Kansas City band (1934), Andy Kirk (1934-1935), and Nat Towles (1935-1939). With Basie a second time during 1939-1948, Tate held his own with such major tenors as Lester Young, Don Byas, Illinois Jacquet, Lucky Thompson, and Paul Gonsalves. After a period freelancing with the likes of Hot Lips Page, Lucky Millinder, and Jimmy Rushing (1950-1952), Tate led his own crowd-pleasing group for 21 years (1953-1974) at Harlem's Celebrity Club. During this period, Tate also took time out to record in a variety of settings (including with Buck Clayton and Milt Buckner) and he was the one of the stars of John Hammond's Spirituals to Swing concert of 1967. Tate kept busy after the Celebrity Club association ended, recording frequently, co-leading a band with Paul Quinichette in 1975, playing and recording in Canada with Jay McShann and Jim Galloway, visiting Europe many times, and performing at jazz parties; he was also a favorite sideman of Benny Goodman's in the late '70s. Although age had taken its toll, in the mid-'90s Buddy Tate played and recorded with both Lionel Hampton and the Statesmen of Jazz. Tate lived in New York until January, 2001, when he moved to Phoenix, Arizona to live with his daughter.- by Scott Yanow
#jazzlegend #jazzsaxophonist #jazz #bebop #swing #bigband #postbop #classicjazz #epic #brillance #pioneer #greatness #master #bandleader #fromthearchives #jazzphotography #musicblog #saxophone #buddytate #hbd #virtuoso #rip 🎼🎶🎷🎂🙏✌🖤
  • #repost Buddy Tate (February 22, 1913 – February 10, 2001) was a jazz saxophonist and clarinetist. One of the more individual tenors to emerge from the swing era, the distinctive Buddy Tate came to fame as Herschel Evans' replacement with Count Basie's Orchestra. Earlier he had picked up valuable experience playing with Terrence Holder (1930-1933), Count Basie's original Kansas City band (1934), Andy Kirk (1934-1935), and Nat Towles (1935-1939). With Basie a second time during 1939-1948, Tate held his own with such major tenors as Lester Young, Don Byas, Illinois Jacquet, Lucky Thompson, and Paul Gonsalves. After a period freelancing with the likes of Hot Lips Page, Lucky Millinder, and Jimmy Rushing (1950-1952), Tate led his own crowd-pleasing group for 21 years (1953-1974) at Harlem's Celebrity Club. During this period, Tate also took time out to record in a variety of settings (including with Buck Clayton and Milt Buckner) and he was the one of the stars of John Hammond's Spirituals to Swing concert of 1967. Tate kept busy after the Celebrity Club association ended, recording frequently, co-leading a band with Paul Quinichette in 1975, playing and recording in Canada with Jay McShann and Jim Galloway, visiting Europe many times, and performing at jazz parties; he was also a favorite sideman of Benny Goodman's in the late '70s. Although age had taken its toll, in the mid-'90s Buddy Tate played and recorded with both Lionel Hampton and the Statesmen of Jazz. Tate lived in New York until January, 2001, when he moved to Phoenix, Arizona to live with his daughter.- by Scott Yanow
    #jazzlegend #jazzsaxophonist #jazz #bebop #swing #bigband #postbop #classicjazz #epic #brillance #pioneer #greatness #master #bandleader #fromthearchives #jazzphotography #musicblog #saxophone #buddytate #hbd #virtuoso #rip 🎼🎶🎷🎂🙏✌🖤
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