Are you looking for binocular as a partner for your hunting? There are some things that you must consider when buying a binocular. First, you have to make sure that you will set a budget and you will not exceed with that budget. Let’s say that you can afford a $100 or a $200 budget for the best binocular for hunting, then just stick to those amounts. You do not need to overspend because remember that you may also want to buy some accessories or gadgets for your binocular or for your hunting. Another thing to consider, you must know why you will buy your binoculars and where you would like to use it, so that you can get exactly what you need. Lastly, do not be confused and overwhelmed by the various binocular promotions and features offered in the market. Make sure that you are going to get the best brand and with the best quality.
When it comes to binoculars, make sure that you will not only look at the brand or the manufacturer, the fascinating color and the cheapest price that you can get. When you want to buy the best hunting binoculars under $200 and $100 offer, then you have to choose the best binoculars for hunting that is built for taking a beat. And then, you may consider the one with good color and quality and something that is light and you are comfortable with. Look for a hunting binocular that is fog proof and non-slip when gripped. Lastly, the one with a good field of view and has comfortable eye cups. Continue reading “Tips before buying your Binoculars for Hunting”→
Who is saying that cruise tours are just for luxurious people? Can someone not afford to cruise in an affordable way? Tourists from different countries may book for a cruise tour and experience the feeling of moving along the Mekong River? Why in Mekong River? This river is not just any river that you can find in the Southeastern part of Asia. It is one of the longest rivers in the world, having a length of about 4,350 km. The Mekong River is running along the countries of Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and China.
If you are planning to cruise the Mekong River, it will be best to come to Vietnam because it is where you can find most tours offered by different travel agencies. If you come to Vietnam, one of the most visited tours and one of the favorite tours is cruising the Mekong River. This is the reason why Vietnam became famous and what goes along this tour is the popular floating market. So, if you have the chance to get a flight to Vietnam, do not miss to cruise along the Mekong River.
When planning for a cruise tour on the Mekong River, you will have to choose for how long you would like to spend your tour. You may either choose a 2-day tour or a 3 day tour. For the day tours, you may choose tours from Ho Chi Minh City to Cai Be or to Can Tho. Everything at a very affordable price that you will surely not regret because you will even have a tour guide who can speak English well. So communication won’t be a problem.
Cruising the Mekong River is one of the simplest ways of spending your tour. You can relax and observe the people along the Mekong River. When you start your tour, it will be good coming from the Ho Chi Minh City. On the first day of your tour, you have to start boarding your Panorama cruise vessel and enjoy on board. You may also have a walk or move around with a bicycle along the small villages as you row your small boat along the Mekong canals or Cai Be. After this boat riding, you have to return to the cruise and relax as you enjoy watching the sunset. It will also be a good experience to have a fine dinner on board. Continue reading “Discover Mekong River with cruise tour”→
It will always be fun to stay on the beach, especially if we are in the middle of the hot season. Young and old would love to go to the beach to have swimming and to relax. It would always be great if every member of the family is out there and enjoying the beauty of nature and the freshness of the water. It will surely be a relief to stay on the beaches.
If you and your family are planning to go out of the country to spend some time on the beach, you must not miss going to Vietnam, where you can find a lot of beautiful beaches. One of the most popular beaches in the Southern part of Vietnam is the Vung Tau Beach.
You can go for 2 days tour Vung Tau – Ho May. You can always find the most convenient time for you and book your vacation tour packages online. You can avail such packages for as low as 113 USD. The tour will surely be worth more than what you have paid.
On the first day of your tour, you will be travelling to Vung Tau. You have to leave the Ho Chi Minh City as early as possible. Around 7 in the morning is best, so that you can arrive Vung Tau by lunch and have a rest at the hotel, where you will be spending your night. On your way to VungTau, you may have a chance to pay Dai Tung Lam pagoda a visit.
In the afternoon, you will be heading to the Big Mountain and the Ho May Resort. You may reach this spot by car. On your way, you will be visiting different scenic views of nature, such as forest, waterfall and lake. Your tour guide will always take you to the Viba Tower, the Maitreya Buddha statue, the peacock garden and the ostrich farm. You may also join different games around and have fun with other people. After this, you may go back to your hotel, stay on the beach, have dinner and enjoy the city coast.
On your second day, you may find time to enjoy the yellow sand of the beach and enjoy sunbathing in the morning. This is your last day of the tour, so you are going to check out the statue of Jesus Christ, the Bach Dinh-White Palace and of course, the Cape Nghinh Phong. Continue reading “Vung Tau – Ho May tour 2 days guide”→
Bicycle riding your approach to wellbeing and wellness is something we would all be able to do with the little effect on our lives. It’s an easy way to get good health without paying too much money for the sports equipment. You can buy the best cheap road bike in the local shop then start your journey. What’s more, the advantages are enormous. There is a mass of the medical benefits connected with your bicycle.
You will feel and look better.
This is a reality. As you pump away the miles out, and about, your heart is thumping quicker and getting more grounded, blood is pumping around your framework sending oxygen to spots it hasn’t gone by for a considerable length of time. You’re breathing will enhance as your lung limit increments.
Normal cycling decreases the danger of genuine conditions, for example, coronary illness, diabetes, hypertension to give some examples. A late computation proposes that BIKERS who only ride a customary short separation can decrease their danger of coronary illness by twenty-two percent. Continue reading “Advantages of cycling for health”→
The Mekong Delta or the Mekong River was originated from the Thai and Lao words called, the “Mae Nam Khong” where “mae” means mother, “nam” means water and “khong” means Ganges. It is considered as one of the great rivers in the world, it is estimated at about 4,909 km long and having an area of about 795,000 km2. The Mekong River is also called as the River Khong or the Ping River among the Thais from the North and the people from Laos.
It is such a great honor and a privilege to be in a country where a popular and famous river is always a destination for people coming from different localities, neighboring countries and other foreign countries around the world. It is something to be proud of as a citizen of China, Burma, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam where the river runs.
There are some festivals celebrating on the Mekong Delta. One of them is the full-moon festival, which is usually called as the Ok Om Bok Festival or also called as the Harvest Moon Festival. It is a popular festival which the Khmer people celebrate yearly for their belief that it was the Goddess of the Moon who are taking care of their land and water crops, and so this is the reason why it is also known as the Festival of Worshipping the Moon, so this festival is like the Buddhists’ way of giving thanks and appreciation for the bounty crops that they are harvesting for their income. This festival usually takes place on the 10th lunar month, on its’ 15th day.
When to festivals, you may freely if known the place and time takes place. If you are not sure you can hear the advice of the travel company and choose a Mekong Delta tour.
The full-moon festival always starts with different traditional activities on the river of the Long Binh. The one that always opens the big celebration is called, the Ngo Boat Race or the Um Tuk Ngua, with matching sounds, music and cheers from the viewers. The boats that the participants use in the said competition is about 24 meters long and having 1.2 meters wide and carrying 40 individuals in each boat. Many among the Khmer localities come and participate in the festival. There are also many foreigners and locals from other districts come and witness the said festival. Continue reading “Travel in Mekong Delta view sailing festival”→
Canada’s team leader, Ken Read, called the ruling “obscene.” And Frechette, when asked in French whether she felt that she deserved the gold instead of the silver, laughed gently and replied, “Dans mon coeur (in my heart).” In Montreal, Frechette’s brother, 21-year-old Martin, declared: “She is better than a gold medallist. Here, in Quebec, she’s a queen.”
Other competitors also came away with less than they expected. Critchlow, the 23-year-old world-champion kayaker in the 500-m event, did not even make the finals in his specialty. “In the 500 m,” said the native of Nepean, Ont., an Ottawa suburb, “you go as hard as you can and die. That’s what happened: with 100 m to go, I just had no gas.”
Smith, the 24-year-old decathlete who finished second at last summer’s World Track and Field Championships in Tokyo, withdrew from his gruelling 10-part event after completing the first day’s competition in 21st place–the result of continued problems with a hamstring muscle that he pulled last May. “My whole first day was down, from the 100 m right on,” said the University of Toronto student. After watching the competition on TV in Smith’s home town of Kenora, Ont., his mother, Bernice, said: “I was feeling his pain in my stomach. We knew something had really gone wrong.” In the end, the decathlon crown went not to Smith or favored Dave Johnson of the United States, but to Czechoslovak Robert Zmelik. Continue reading “The final week of the games”→
By Aug. 5, as Frechette began the first portion of the finals in her event–the execution of four figures drawn from synchro-swimming’s repertoire of ballet-like movements–it was apparent that she had succeeded. On the first of the four, only American Babb-Sprague scored higher. Frechette would later describe the second, called an albatross spin, as “the best figure of my life.” At least four of the five judges, sitting in pulpit-like stands around the pool, plainly agreed: they punched scores of 9.2 or better into the small electronic keypads connected to the facility’s scoring computer.
But at the fifth judging position, there was consternation. Brazilian judge Ana Maria da Silveira had also rated Frechette’s figure highly: later, the swimmer’s coach, Julie Sauv*, said that da Silveira had told her that she intended to award a 9.7–but instead struck keys registering an 8.7. Almost instantly, it appears, she tried to activate a device intended to allow her to recall a mistyped score. Swiss judge Marlis Haeberlis, whose position was next to da Silveira’s, recounted: “She tried to correct it, and she couldn’t make that recall thing work. Finally, because she was all excited, she pushed several buttons.” Continue reading “A disputed Olympic medal”→
Frechette’s loss of the gold medal due to a judging error was one of several disappointments and frustrations experienced by Canadian athletes at the 1992 Summer Olympic games in Barcelona, Spain.
She would say later, “with all the emotion I had.” To the soft strains of a gently lyrical soundtrack, Montreal’s Sylvie Frechette, wearing virginal white, adorned only with a discreet touch of lace, glided through an expressive synchronized swimming program that at times seemed tinged with melancholy. The poignant mood was fitting for a woman who, in order to compete at all, had to shake off the shock of a lifetime: the suicide of her boyfriend, Sylvain Lake, on the eve of the Olympics. If anyone deserved a fair shake at the Barcelona Games themselves, it was surely Frechette. But although she outscored her sequined American rival, Kristen Babb-Sprague, in the final routine, she finished a fraction behind in the two-day event–the victim of a controversial judging error on the first day. Accepting her silver medal, the 25-year-old Frechette demonstrated the same grace under adversity that she did in the water. Said the swimmer: “There was a mistake, but that is part of my sport. I cannot change anything. I did my very best.” Continue reading “Unsinkable Sylvie Swimmer”→