Monthly Archive: September 2012

Sep 24

The stunning Horse shoe Bend in Arizona,USA

Horse shoe Bend, views, scenes

The stunning Horse shoe Bend is one of the best must-see scenic views when you visit Arizona, USA. Being an extra-ordinary mother nature’s beauty, the spectacular and astonishing scenery is really worth visiting and viewing. A side trip that will bring fun and excitement for nature lovers that cost nothing but a little effort of …

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Sep 07

The famous Rose Parade in Pasadena


The Rose parade also known as The Tournament of Roses Parade is annually held in Pasadena, California. It is a must watch festival of flower-covered floats in different themes and motifs, marching bands, equestrians and the Rose Bowl college football game on New Year’s Day, created and produced by the non-profit Pasadena Tournament of Roses …

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Sep 03

Visiting England and the Ebor races

london eye 
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When travelling to England there are some very important and 100% British things you must do. Firstly on the to do list you must include visiting all the most famous monuments such as Windsor castle, Big Ben, The London eye, Stone Henge and any other you can fit into your time. You must also have …

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Sep 03

Fancy Expeditions, new header design

the old header

As you may have noticed, this blog is sporting a new header design, exclusively made by my son JM, my blogging partner and co-author of Techno Grub. The old pixilated header design was now sent to the trash bin lol. He surprised me last week through sending this new header via email, so this is …

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Sep 01

An Essential Checklist for Last Minute Holidaymakers

Last minute holidays offer some of the best prices on stints in the sun. Cheap holidays abroad don’t get better than this! While you’ve made significant savings, be sure not to lose your mind, and be sure you’ve got all the essentials sorted for your bargain break abroad. Vaccinations With so little time left before …

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