Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Home Theater Entertainment
Imagine having your very own movie theater at home: getting lost in a 42-inch Hi Def Television with dynamic bass coming from the subwoofer… watching DVD movies and concerts will never be the same. You’d be a willing witness in the sheer excitement of the words “maximum entertainment experience.”

If you’re just like me—a movie, TV, and gaming aficionado, having a home theater system is just one of the luxuries you’d gladly bask yourself in. Every once in a while, I would visit electronic shops to check the specs and prices of their products, and as I often do—I like to bombard the salesperson with all my questions. Unfortunately, some of them can’t properly explain what they’re selling but kept on rambling anyway. Good thing there’s online shopping; I can now browse products over the internet for gadgets and get answers to all my questions. If I’m in doubt, I can simply check another website for more information. Within seconds, I can get expert advice and consumer advice too, whether to choose an LCD vs. Plasma TV. Furthermore, I can go over the DVD Players Guide and learn the pros and cons of buying a BluRay Player. What’s more, online shopping gives you wider selection of brands and products. I can also compare prices and get better savings. Now that’s a stress-free and guilt-less shopping, all in the confines of my own home.

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Sunday, May 25, 2008
Escape to the Pacific!

June is just around the corner. Though you might think summer is almost over, it’s never too late to book that last-minute getaway. You don’t have to worry if you’re tight on budget; there are many inexpensive places to visit in the neighboring southwest pacific.

First on the tourist list would be Fiji. This place offers many natural parks with stunning landscapes, giant waterfalls, isolated villages and extinct volcanic craters. Go explore Colo-i-Suva Forest Park, a rainforest park with melodic birdlife and tropical flora, or visit Fiji Museum— an interesting place in the heart of Thurston Gardens, where there are daunting exhibits of Fijian war clubs and cannibal utensils. This archipelago with 300 islands of paradise have mild and stable climate for most of the year; you can book online for Fiji Hotels located near coral coast and enjoy stunning coral reefs and azure waters – it’s the perfect haven for diving and snorkeling.


Second destination, Nouméa! Options for travelers in New Caledonia are vast, from diving on unspoiled reefs to dining out, from trekking in rainforest to partying; a visit to this place would truly be unforgettable. Stroll through the Place des Cocotiers embellished by centenary flame trees, go along the streets flanked by old colonial houses, the marina, or onto numerous Noumea hotels, restaurants and night-clubs around the Anse Vata Bay. This is the perfect getaway for everybody to enjoy, right in the heart of the city!

Vanuatu—located in the South Pacific Ocean, would be the third in our tour list. Imagine beaches, coral reefs, volcanic mountains, untouched forests and extravagant bird life… this place offers divine relaxation. Learn about their culture and visit National Museum of Vanuatu, take some fishing trips at Port Villa, bungee jump at the famous Pentecost Island, explore the ruins of a church built to hold 2000 people, or hike across mountains, with views to far-off smoking volcanoes. Don't miss Epi, north of Port Vila, for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to swim with dugongs and turtles. On your way back, unwind indoors at the many available accommodations ranging from several deluxe resorts to basic thatched bungalows. It’s recommended to stay in Vanuatu hotels as possible, but it’s also worth the experience to stay in a locally run property, especially on the outer islands.

Last but not the least, we have Cairns, Australia. This place is an adventurer's paradise: with diving, white-water rafting, canoeing, horse riding, mountain biking, jet boating, bungee jumping, or skydive from up to 14000ft and experience the greatest adrenaline rush you ever had. Cairns is the heart of Tropical North Queensland and Australia's primary gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Vibrant and eclectic, this city is framed by spectacular twin backdrops of rainforest mountain ranges and the sparkling Coral Sea. The Cairns Esplanade is the city's main attraction with a lovely oceanfront promenade, saltwater swimming lagoon and beach. You'll find numerous restaurants, bars and Cairns hotels lining the Esplanade...all offering beautiful waterfront views.


 
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