Watersports

Sea Kayaking – 5 Things You Should Look For

Sea kayaking is known as a special acitivity and sport, as you can experience what you would not usually do. When you are close to the water, you have the opportunity to go to areas which cannot be reached on your own foot. If you go to Vancouver Island, a kayak can make you understand…

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Why Guided Kayaking Tours May Best Suit Tourists to New Zealand

As a tourist or visitor you are almost certainly going to be reliant on using a hired kayak. There are several popular destinations where you can hire for anything from a few hours to a few days. You can choose from * Hiring independently for a quiet paddle in the area adjoined to the hire…

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Kayaking – A Life Sport at Sea and See Level

Getting fit at sea level. We are a nation of multi-taskers. That’s a theme that goes back to our founding. The Minutemen were a bunch of farmers who also started a revolution. And they were fighting a professional army!! Makes talking on a cell phone, driving, and eating breakfast seem somewhat insignificant.   Sorry, I…

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Winter towing trips

Subaru is very proud of its permanent Symmetrical All-Wheel drive system that directs power to all four wheels. In addition to four wheel drive many Subaru’s now have Vehicle Dynamic Control, which manages torque distribution along with engine output and brakes to each individually wheel, this enables it to make immediate adjustments when grip is…

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Cheap Trips to Barcelona

Lynbrook, NY (October 13, 2010) – Sceptre Tours has brought its tour packaging magic to Barcelona, offering an exclusive five-star Barcelona getaway with air for just $ 699 per person. This package represents a savings of up to $ 1,000 per couple if travelers were to book each individual component on their own. Travelers can…

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Day trips from Sydney

If you’re looking to get as much out of your Sydney experience as possible, why not get out of the city for a day and explore some nearby areas? Although Sydney is a big city with more than enough activities and attractions to keep any visitor or resident occupied, just a few short hours away…

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Antarctic Trips 101

After working for the topmost area of the Trans Alaska Pipeline know as Atigun Pass, this man has developed love for cold climates. Shivering with delight, this retired engineer wanted to hear more about the plans of the local university’s alumni group who wanted to get into a cool Antarctica adventure! I thought, that sounds…

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4 Great Train Trips

Befriend some other travellers and look after each other, and each other’s gear, on these great train adventures. At least travel insurance will give you peace of mind if something does happen to go missing. Trans-Siberian Railway At over 9000 kilometres in length, and taking a full week non-stop by train, the journey from Moscow…

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Surf Trips Tips

Little Timmy loves to surf. He’s desperate to go on a surf trip. I spoke to him about his plans, and tried to point the little fella in the right direction. ‘Hmmm, magicseaweed.com is predicting a 10ft swell, at 25 second intervals, in ten days time. I’m there.’ No, Timmy, that’s what we call a…

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School Trips

Exciting and stimulating School Trips tailored to your school’s needs Learning within the classroom setting can be fun but you can’t beat taking your students on School Trips where they’ll learn in exciting new environments. You can teach them history about the blitz in World War II from a whiteboard or arrange School Trips where…

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