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Many of us get tired of seeing things eye-level. Few of us, however, realize that there is an amazing view that awaits us: from on high. Just the feeling of going up makes you feel giddy already; upon seeing the view, you feel as if you are in a different plane altogether.
Things indeed look different seen from the top. For many, one of the best ways of seeing things is through an aerial tour. Best of all, there are no crowds in this kind of tour. Whether you are a fan of Mother Nature or you prefer a city’s nightlights, joining an aerial tour can turn out be a rewarding experience.
Just make sure that you prepare beforehand, as there are certain things worth considering when joining this kind of tour. Aside from choosing which kind of view you’d prefer, things like weather and seasons also come to the fore. Thankfully, many groups now offer this, as it has become more and more popular among tourists.
After your camping trip, do you just dump your tent in the garage or basement even if it is a little damp? Good luck with the bad odor it will have when you use it next time! We line up some camping tips for you so you can keep your gears in good condition and to keep your camping site clean:
Cleaning the tent
When setting up the tent, it will be wise to use an old tarpauline to protect its base. It will also be wise to have an old tarp inside your tent for more protection. This also makes it easy for you when you need to clean it and when you pack up for home. The additional layers also make the tent more comfy for you to sleep in.
The world has been amid tough times in the recent years with natural calamities striking in different corners of the globe. We thought that instead on focusing on all the negativities, we try to remind ourselves how beautiful our world is.
We created a list to remind us of natural wonders that we can look forward to every month as we go through this year.
January – Monarch butterflies in Mexico
We featured the flight of the monarch butterflies before as they journey from the very cold northeastern portion of the United States and Canada to a sunnier central Mexico. The journey takes the butterflies 2,000 miles to flap their wings but how the butterflies navigate to a place where they have never been before fascinates experts. Generation after generation of these orange, wing flapping insects do not miss the 215 square mile spot in Mexico.
Sony Ericsson is a top, global industry player with sales of around 97 million phones in 2008. They have just announced the launch of their two new GreenHeart eco-friendly mobile phones codename “C901 GreenHeart” and “Naite”. According to the company the C901 GreenHeart’s phone casing is made from a minimum of 50% recycled plastics. It is colored with waterborne paint that lowers exposure to Volatile Oranic Compounds.
Both C901 GreenHeart and Naite comes with a low power charger that reduces the overall CO2 footprint of the two point by at least 15%. In addition to that the GreenHeart will be bundled with the MH300 headset that is made up of 100% recycled plastics in 4 out of 5 hard plastic parts.
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When we travel, we often end up following whatever we pick up from the numerous guidebooks we browsed in the bookstore. Sometimes, we plan our itinerary based on recommendations from friends, officemates and relatives. Here are a few tips we want to share with you to make your vacation in Chicago fun and worthwhile.
1. DON’T…make that journey to the top of the Willis Tower
Willis Tower, you say? Oh, you mean Sears! Yes, that’s the one. Even with the change in its official name, we still don’t highly recommend climbing all those floors to the top of the building. Now, you might be confused, especially because among the attractions that you will see in Chicago, this is obviously the most popular one of the lot.
I went to Dubai three years back and it was a trip I can never forget. I had actually planned everything before leaving home. I knew exactly where I had to be each day because I was suppose to be there for 5 days only. So if you’re planning your trip to Dubai, make sure you get to visit all the worthy places like Desert Safari, Global Village, Jumeirah Beach, Wild Wadi, Burj Al Arab and of course all the shopping malls.
Your holiday won’t be complete if you haven’t visited the Desert Safari. You can experience the fascinating Desert Safari on the sand dunes with 4 wheel drive speed through the desert over the sand dunes.
Remember to keep your camera and films in your bags, as you may not get another opportunity to capture the sun setting among the sand dunes.
The pages of the calendar seem just to flew by as we approach the closing of 2011. As we welcome the new year, we list down some of the best possible travel destinations for 2012. Some are consistently popular while some of the cities might raise some brows, but they are all worthy to be explored by curious souls.
The list contain destinations where the sport events provided much push to these cities’popularity but nonetheless some have crawled their way back up getting the respect it deserves. Whatever other people think, the list will enthrall you with much excitement and provide fresh, new light and perspective in thinking of re-visiting these places we will share to you. Let’s get started!
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What is the Burj Dubai?
If you’re not really very familiar with Dubai, then you might be curious about some of the buildings and events and holidays that occur in this middle east country. And you’re not alone. Most people, unless planning to visit or conducting research of some sort, don’t normally work outside their comfort zone. But there are so many wonderful things to learn about other people and cultures that it’s a shame most people know so little.