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In short, tip when you have received good service, just as you would do at home. As to the amount to tip, remember that one CUC is close to a day’s wages for a Cuban, so be generous, but you don’t need togo overboard with the tips. Also be generous with your smiles, conversation and a sincere wish to treat the people you meet like the worthwhile human beings that they are..
New Delhi: An A320neo aircraft operated by IndiGo had to return to Mumbai airport from where it had taken off because of high engine vibrations. This is the second IndiGo A320neo aircraft to have encountered vibration issues with one of its engine. In both cases, the aircraft were grounded, pending inspections and a clearance to fly..
Best for: long or diamond shaped faces. Decorative detailing, like metal studs or touches of crystal, and strong horizontal lines, adds width to a long face, especially when the frame has a rounded edge. Destinctive shapes, like the cat eye, will widen the forehead and jaw of a heart shaped face while minimizing the temples..
June 21, 1913 was a warm summer day in Hellerau, a small pre planned garden city to the north of Dresden. As evening fell, the sun began to cast shadows over the community Festshalle, in front of which gathered”throngs of people who had journeyed from places all over the earth where art was loved and cherished” (Sinclair 1).1 As they shuffled through the monumental entrance, some of the elegant visitors glanced up at “Dalcroze’s eye”: the comforting yin yang symbol hung above the portal and was still easily discernable in the half obscurity created by the setting sun (Bie 369).2 The symbol’s flowing, simple black and white curves reminded visitors of the moral goals of the pedagogical province they were entering, and its shared cultural ideals of an organic community based on rhythm, harmony, graciousness, and simplicity.3 Visitors may have slid their hands briefly along the cold, “naked” face of the noble building while passing like toy soldiers through the majestic porticos and into the foyer, where bustling flea market stalls were set up selling the various products of Hellerau’s artists and craftsmen (Giertz 164).4 Glancing perhaps at the goods for sale, they would have eventually wandered on into the vast, rectangular, main hall, where they would have been met by a startling, glowing light.5 Never before had these visitors entered a room like this, which was not artificially lit, but rather acted itself as a lighting body, diffusing light equally in every direction, recreating what seemed like natural daylight.6 Described as “objective, neither cold, nor hot, but rather of a marvelously living consistency with an imperceptible dynamism” (Appia 206; original), this light created a “milky ambiance” or “elysian atmosphere,” and caused visitors to feel as if the “fresh air of the Greek sky [had been technically transposed] into the northern night” (Appia 212; original). Puzzled by the lack of an elevated stage, and curious as to why the lights were not dimming, the audience moved towards the steep risers arranged at one end of the room “as in a harsh amphitheater, with no balconies or boxes” (Marsop 373; original).