Posts from — February 2010
Splendor of the South is one of the voyages offered by The Golden Chariot, a luxury train in India. It is organized by the Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation in collaboration with Indian Railways. This magical trip on-board one of the finest luxury trains in India is one of its kinds, traversing the course of South Indian states abundant of the ancient temples, resplendent fortresses, tropical sea beaches, and picturesque landscapes.
February 28, 2010 No Comments
Easter is a great time to get away because everyone has been back at work and school for a few months since Christmas and are normally ready for a small break. The kids normally have a week off during the Easter breaks which gives us long enough to take the family on a small break. When you include the weekends you have around 10 days off which is plenty of time to relax for a day or 2 at home before setting off on your family break.
February 26, 2010 No Comments
If you are one of those who want to enjoy a relaxing carefree golf game, then you might be among those who love cheap golf vacations. This of course is not at all surprising especially that the global economic crisis effect is still around. Although this is merely a personal choice, the greatest question would be if the same relaxation and carefree game that you are aiming for would still be offered with these options. Is the selection of golf packages, which are cheaper worth your while?
February 25, 2010 No Comments
Without a shred of doubt, camping heaters are one of the staple items that all campers should have. Thanks to the ever changing and evolving modern technology, there is a wide range of these heaters available in the market today.
If you are lucky to go camping to a place with electricity, you can just take Electric Space Heater along with you to be used inside your tent. However, it is important to ensure that the heater is not left unattended and is switched off during the night in order to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.
February 23, 2010 No Comments
First of all, deciding which place to go and to get there which cruise to take is a tough decision to make. Many beautiful and exciting places are waiting to be explored like the Bahamas, Caribbean, Hawaii or even Alaska. You can also explore different parts of Europe on a cruise or maybe some other country too. Numerous places are to be seen but it’s up to you which place you want to explore.
February 22, 2010 No Comments
As the spring break arrives, people from all over the United States leave their homes and head to the beaches to enjoy the water, sand and the sun. Florida is considered a great destination by many, because of the perfect weather and the abundance of gorgeous beaches. These are 5 great Florida beaches you should check out.
Siesta Key beach finishes every year among the best beaches in the United States. Siesta Key is an 8 mile long barrier island surrounded by water, located just off Sarasota. This beach has a particularly fine and white sand, that feels refreshing on the skin.
February 19, 2010 No Comments
Getting aged is not same as it used to be. Increase in life expectancy owing to medical developments has led to numerous senior citizens are enjoying their lives as well.
There are numerous fun and exciting activities on your way if you are a senior citizen, including travel. Every year numerous senior citizens take enjoy vacation gateways by travelling solo or with friends. You may want to have a holiday abroad in case you are looking for some amusement.
February 18, 2010 No Comments
There are many things that can be said about the history of golf and its origins. This is still a very controversial subject, one that people simply can’t decide upon.
One of the theories that try to explain the origins of golf says the game first appeared during the Roman Empire under the name of "paganica". It is thought that because of their 1st century expansion, the Romans had also spread the game throughout the entire Europe.
February 17, 2010 No Comments
Everything nowadays is fast and large. For instance, commercial airlines pack their passengers into planes as if they are a bunch of sardines. The one thing that remains constant is the world of cruising. As many setbacks as the airline industry has seemed to face, the cruise industry continues to grow. Here are a few fantastic reasons why you would want to include yourself in this phenomenon.
According to the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), 95% of those who vacation on a cruise provide top-notch marks for their cruising experiences.
February 16, 2010 No Comments
One concern that some have while camping is bears. There are certain parts of the country that have bear problems that do eventually start disturbing campers. There are steps that you can take to help you be a bit more safe while camping in bear country.
Inspect your camping site. Look for any obvious signs of bears. If you see bear dropping or prints, it means that the bears are active in this area which could be a problem. Secondly, look for foods and food packaging that may be left in the area. If there is too much, bears might make this spot part of their rounds knowing that campers leave food behind meaning they could show up when you are there.
February 13, 2010 No Comments