Warning: A Trip Through Rocky Mountain Can Result In Ever-Lasting Memories
November 16, 2009 – 5:08 am | No Comment
To witness the stupendous panorama of snowcapped mountains, picturesque lagoons, dense wood inquisitiveness, and native populace traversing on stallions, take a tour from the Rocky Mountains situated in North Colorado to the lofty plains in the southeast part of Wyoming. Summary A soothing drive of over 390 miles initiates from Denver in Colorado passing through the quaint road of Rocky Mountain National Park, and prolongs toward northern Wyoming, where you can effortlessly discern the intermittent bunch of civilization from the boundless stretch of sky and rocks. Refuel your vacant gas tanks wherever you spot a gas station. You will observe herds of cattle more than civilizations of human. Known for its abundant wildlife, be vigilant while traveling through on this land as you may come across...

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After The Sunset In Joburg
November 13, 2009 – 3:15 am | No Comment
After The Sunset In Joburg

For a vibrant night out scene at Johannesburg, you should get to its suburbs. Suburbs like Rosebank, Rivonia, Melville and Norwood have bars, clubs and pubs oozing out on their streets. Melville for instance has Catz Pajamas, a 24 hour restaurant-cum-pub. In the Central Business District, Newtown is gaining grounds as a favourable night out area.
Eating out is a viable option here in Johannesburg, with restaurants and hotels suiting the budgets of all kinds.
Bars and Pubs
Johannesburg has a number of bars, night clubs and pubs that have some great music and cool DJs. Black Steer is a popular sports bar in Rosebank Mall with an efficient service. Interestingly, it has a quiz night on Wednesdays. The Radium Beer Hall with live Jazz and vintage posters such as that of pre-war soccer team has good food and a comfortably decent pub. It is the one of the oldest bars around. The [...]

Around Town: Commuting To And In Cape Town
November 5, 2009 – 9:39 pm | No Comment
Around Town: Commuting To And In Cape Town

Getting to Cape Town
Air Route
Approximately, flight to Cape Town from London takes 11 hours 20 minutes; from New York it’s 17 hours; Los Angeles is 25 hours; Toronto is 19 hours and that from Sydney it takes 16 hours.
Cape Town International Airport is located 22km (15.5 miles) east of Cape Town’s city centre.
From the Cairo international airport, there are shuttle buses to take you to the city. There are many services for the convenience of tourists, and information desks as well. Posh hotels can arrange a taxi for you, if asked for the same in advance.  There are metered taxis as well.

On water
The Cape Town Harbour has always been a strategic place of commuting and a major trading place as well. This was the place the western countries had to cross to get to Pacific Ocean. The harbor serves the purpose of a working place while Victoria & Alfred Basin [...]

A Glimpse Of Cape Town
November 4, 2009 – 7:54 am | No Comment
A Glimpse Of Cape Town

Much in news lately as the 2010 soccer world cup host, Cape Town, called Kaapstad in Afrikaans, is one of the most popular tourist destinations as well. This South African city is the capital of South Africa’s Western Cape Province and the seat of South Africa’s parliament.
With a prime location near the Cape of Good Hope in the South Africa, it attracts tourist for its beautiful white sandy beaches and magnificent countryside. It is located on the shore of Table Bay and the foot of Table Mountain at the southwest corner of the African Continent. With an area of 2,455 square kilometers, it has the second largest population in South Africa and a comparatively lower density of population.
Approximately, flight to Cape Town from London takes 11 hours 20 minutes; from New York it’s 17 hours; Los Angeles is 25 hours; Toronto is 19 hours and that from Sydney it takes [...]