Monday, May 31, 2010

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Top 7 Posh Hotels at Volcanic Sites

Posted: 31 May 2010 12:46 AM PDT

If you're tired of booking rooms at hotels near the beach, you might want to book somewhere near a rumbling mountain for a change. After all, aside from the Icelandic volcano which is wreaking quite a havoc in Europe, most volcanoes around the world are pretty enough for pictures and peaceful enough for a summer's stay. Below are the most posh and stylish digs you'll find near volcanic sites.

101 Hotel Reykjavik, Iceland

Once the ash settles down, you might want to book yourself a room in 101 Hotel Reykjavik. This hotel can give you a pretty unique volcanic sighting. Aside from the havoc that's already in the headlines, the landscape is unique for another thing: brining both fire and ice together. Besides, the destination is safe enough because the hotel sits on the harbor-side of the city. It's just 100 miles from the temperamental and beautiful Eyjafjallajokull volcano.
It fuses old Iceland with the new, more metropolitan cityscape as well. In this hotel, you'll get to enjoy sleek guestrooms, freestanding baths, an art gallery, a basement sauna, and of course, the hotel's popular Icelandic menu. Get to sample Iceland's best traditional cuisines while viewing the volcano from your room.

Hacienda San Antonio, Colima, Mexico

Another volcano you wouldn't want to miss out on is the Colima in Mexico. The best vantage point and lodgings of this Mexican volcano is Hacienda San Antonio. You can wake up early in the morning, backstroke across the hacienda's enormous pool, enjoy the façade of the coral-pink heritage hotel, and finally, get prime peeks at the majestic slopes of the Colima volcano.

This retreat is 120-years-old, seated strategically near West Mexico's Pacific Coast. The manor luxe with its lush gardens provides the perfect viewing point of the mountain. The best suite to take is the El Quetzal Junior Suite which has a privileged panoramic view of the haloed volcano from its terrace. Hacienda San Antonio also keeps its own organic farm so you can be sure to enjoy its delicious produce in your meals.

Later, you can order their refreshing margarita which is made from their homegrown mango grappa.

Mystique Resort in Santorini, Greece

Sitting on the Cycladic summit of the island, the vistas of Mystique is full of romance, nature, and relaxation. It offers a full view of the bay as well as the rocky heights of the Oia which sits at the northern tip of Santorini. The serene, whitewashed suites are both spacious and airy and they all come with their own private terraces providing a full view of the sea.

You can enjoy this Greek getaway the most if you book your stay in one of the hotel's Spiritual Suites. This has their own exercise machine, Jacuzzi, and spa bed to keep you looking as good as a Greek god if you wish.

The Boatshed, Auckland, New Zealand

Those who love making an entrance can hop onto a 35-minute ferry ride from Auckland to Waiheke Island just to reach the Boatshed. On the way, you'll get to see the dramatic low-lines of the Rangitoto, a volcanic island. In full view is the blood red sky, although the volcano's last eruption was 600 years ago.

The Boatshed only has seven suites, which makes for nautical, chic accommodations. Still, the hotel is relaxed enough for you to kick your shoes off. The hosts are also pretty popular because of their cooking. The hike up to Rangitoto itself takes about an hour, but once you view the crater rim, you know that the trip was all worth it. Among the 50 volcanoes that make up the Auckland Volcanic Field, the Rangitoto is the prime destination.

Hotel Raya, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Italy

Even fashion designers like Giorgio Armani find the Aeolian Islands fascinating. The landscape of these volcanic islands probably inspires some of his creations. The Hotel Raya has vistas with a full view of the iconic Mount Stromboli. As delicious sounding as the volcano's name itself, the hotel also offers an impressive menu. During your stay, you can take prime picks at their delicious seafood dishes.

The islands are also perfect for diving and sailing. Once you're done with your day activities, don't worry because you won't be bored once the sun sets. Raya is also known for its nightlife, which means you'll enjoy the cocktails here as much as you would the dancing.

The Fiery Stromboli is only one out of seven Aeolian volcanoes you can visit during your stay. The Vulcano is also one of the favorites. You may want to plan a side trip to mainland Sicily, though, if you want to view Mount Etna.

Amankila in Bali, Indonesia

Somewhere in Asia, the Mount Agung dominates the landscape. If you ever find yourself in Bali, Indonesia, make sure that you book rooms with the Amankila resort so you can sit right below this majestic volcano. The rooms at this hotel have their own private terraces, which means that you get to enjoy the jaw-dropping views of the skyline while sipping your favorite drink.

If you're tired of staying in your room, you can also enjoy the hotel's three-tier infinity pool. The pools look like paddy fields across the reception and the shore. While the suites look like freestanding thatched-roof huts, once you get inside, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the sophisticated and modern Balinese interior.

Ace Hotel, Portland, Oregon

If you want a hotel that lies an easy distance to dormant volcanoes Mount Tabor and Mount Hood, as well as the active Mount Rainier and Mount St Helens, you might want to book a room with the Ace Hotel. This sits just downtown Portland.

Reviewers find the hotel's designs "groovy" with its edgy murals and vintage displays. The murals made by local artists never fail to get the guest's attention, and the old vinyl records give the hotel an edgy vibe over other accommodations on the same strip.

The hotel also boasts of its bar, which makes the best Pony Cocktail and Suicide Note.

Off the Beaten Path in Amsterdam

Posted: 31 May 2010 12:18 AM PDT

If it's your first time in Amsterdam, it's always safe to take the classic tours: a stroll around the outdoor flower market, the canal rides, and a visit to all of the city's popular museums. However, if this is your fourth or fifth time in Amsterdam, you might want to try something new—and there are a lot of other attractions you should see. They're just not as widely commercialized.

Below are the best offbeat Amsterdam destinations you shouldn't miss out on.


You might want to steer clear of popular hotels especially if you're visiting Amsterdam during the peak season. Alternative accommodations include houseboats, hotels, hostels, and renovated houses located along the canals. One hotel in the city, though, offers an offbeat enough experience. The Ambassade Hotel comprises 10 seventeenth century houses built along the canal. This means that you'll be living at the city's historical center.

Just off the center, though, near the Van Gogh museum, the Hilton hotel offers the same suite the Yoko and John Lennon took for their "Bed-in" for peace back in 1969. The room was redesigned to capture how it was when the couple stayed in the hotel, under the guidance of Yoko Ono herself. Lyrics and other Lennon memorabilia were also added to the room.

A word of warning, though: the Yoko Ono and Lennon suite is off the beaten path but a stay there is far from cheap. If you just want to view the hotel room, the staff will let you provided that it's vacant. You just need to ask them.

Feasting on History

To enjoy the best of history in Amsterdam, you have to go beyond the classic canal rides. For an overview of the city, you should give the Amsterdam Historical Museum a visit. This currently resides in Amsterdam's old city orphanage building.

You'll get to glimpse the highs and lows of the city when you visit this museum. Included in their collection are archeological finds, paintings, furniture and even special exhibitions.

If you happen to be in Amsterdam in August, you'll get to see The Hoerengracht. This is an art-installation made in the 1980s by Nancy Reddin Keinholz and Edward Keinholz. The installation offers a glimpse of Amsterdam's infamous red light district.

Novelty: Museum of Bags and Purses

Aside from the Cat Cabinet which can also be found in Amsterdam, you should visit the Museum of Bags and Purses. This is a worthy destination if you're looking for something definitely offbeat. There are a lot of strange collections in this city, making for an interesting stay even if it's already your fourth visit.

The Museum of Bags in Purses is practically a cathedral of this fashionable accessory. It has over 4000 pieces of pockets, purses, pouches, and bags, some of them dating as far back as the 16th century. They also include quite a number of must-have bags and purses for both men and women today.

Someone should take note of the catalogue of materials used for these purses. There are items made from ivory, beads, feathers, and even aluminum. If you think the collection is apolitical, think again. Most of these fashion accessories also symbolize big political events in history.

You should look at the oldest bag in the Museum which is strangely owned by a man, amidst the larger collection of women's purses. This dates back to the Middle Ages, has a minimalist silver frame with eighteen secret slots.

The National Museum of Spectacles

Another museum of oddities you might want to visit is the National Museum of Spectacles. This is locates, aptly enough, above an eyeglass shop and takes up two whole floors with all sorts of eyewear: from monocles, spectacles, opera glasses, spyglasses, binoculars, optician's tools and many more. For the cultural scholar, this provides a pretty comprehensive display of 700 years of fashion and the arts.

While admiring the huge collection of eyewear, make sure that you also take a look at the museums share or optical toys. These include all sorts of kaleidoscopes, optical mirrors, magic lanterns, etc. Other inventions which led to the development of film can also be found here.


Once you've toured all the historical sites and Museums of Amsterdam, it only makes sense that you should do your shopping. Open air markets in Amsterdam make for a pleasantly unique shopping experience. The most popular site is probably the floating water market. The flea markets and antique shops also turn up interesting finds.

You might want to visit the Nine Streets, which are, quite literally, nine streets lined with boutiques and galleries. This is located at the canal district of the city. You'll find a shop here filled with dental care products as well as those devoted to fashion, cheese, gourmet food, and interior design.

Right outside the Nine Streets, you'll also find the Button Shop. This has a gallery of accessories, as well as a line of shops which sell unique buttons which you probably won't find anywhere else.


If you want to see the palatial building which served as Amsterdam's city hall for more than a century, you should drop by Sofitel Amsterdam The Grand. The accommodations here might be too much for your budget, but a daytrip should be possible. Special events like weddings are held here, and while the building has been renovated through the years, distinct architectural details have been retained.

One of them is the First Class Marriage Chamber. Created by Chris Lebeau in 1926, the room is lined with frescoes and exquisitely crafted stained glass windows. The stained glass windows also tell a story of every couple's life from engagement, marriage, and the birth of the first child.

You won't be allowed to enter the room when there's a wedding ceremony being held, but when the room is vacant, you can even ask for a guided tour. The First Class Marriage Chamber is a registered National Monument.

Side trips: Hague

While it's not in Amsterdam, like the Hague make for interesting side trips. This is only is less than an hour's ride by train. The Hague was the seat of government for Netherlands and is home to about 30 interesting museums.

My Round the World Adventure

My Round the World Adventure

Become Fluent in 3 months

Posted: 31 May 2010 05:51 AM PDT

language guideI've never really been good at languages. In fact, to put it bluntly, I suck at them. Part of it is effort and part of it is the fact it takes me 3 weeks to learn to pronounce “how are you?” correctly. I'm always amazed at people who can learn languages well and I'm even more amazed by Benny from Fluent in 3 months who speaks 7 languages fluently, plus is conversational in a few more!

Benny didn’t learn a second language until he was 21, which makes his accomplishment even more impressive. Now he put his tips into a huge ebook, complete with worksheets and interviews. Everybody has an ebook lately and I try hard to limit the amount I review to those that I think are applicable to travelers. Learning a language is something we all want to do so I was eager to read Benny's book and see what I could learn. This is how Benny describes it:

What did I think?
I thought the book was a great motivational tool to get people to rethink how to learn a language and get them into the proper mindset for doing so. Benny does a good job through his personal stories on giving people a new approach to language learning.

This book isn't about picking up a textbook and doing grammar. It's about getting past that thinking and into immersing yourself in a language through conversation and listening. Having taught English in Asia, I am always disappointed when companies have me focus on grammar and writing. Most Asian students could write a grammatically correct essay that would make a high school teacher proud. But they can't speak the language. They are never taught to focus on talking and communication so they become excellent at grammar rules but awful at expressing themselves.

And that’s not learning a language. After all, what good is it if you can write a sentence in French but can't ask for directions or order food? What I liked about Benny's book was that it focused on getting people to learn how to speak verbally and communicate more so than have people focus on learning from a textbook. When you take a language class, you learn, you repeat, you take a test. You don’t live the language and incorporate it into your life. I never let me students speak Thai in class and I always told them to speak English outside of class. Learning a language doesn’t stop at the door and Benny gives us ways to bring the language into our lives easily.

What didn't I like?
Well, for starters, the layout is pretty bad but I know how much it can cost to design an ebook and I don't fault him for just starting with a self designed PDF until he made some sales. I did the same thing. In terms of content, I wished for a bit more graphics, especially when it came to accent reduction. Maybe a graphic of two showing how people roll their “R” or make a certain sound in German would have helped.

Would I buy this book?
Yes, I would. This summer I will be studying French and Benny's book gave me some good motivation and different ways to think about learning French than just going to class and doing grammar. Even if I didn’t know Benny, if I saw his introduction and read his summary, I would buy the book. If someone who didn't learn any languages until he was 21 can speak 8 languages, then there is hope for us all.

Despite what the title says, Benny doesn’t promise fluency. If he did, I would be skeptical. But he does promise that his book will help you learn a language quickly, give you tips to do so, and get you confident about learning and speaking a new language.

The book has 3 hours of interviews, 7 worksheets, and is 200 pages long, and you get free updates. It costs $39 USD. It's a worthwhile investment if, like me, you really want to learn another language but can never seem to quite get the hang of it. I plan on using it and you should too!

Click here to buy it now!

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Excursions - AGRA

Excursions - AGRA

The city of Agra is 200 Kms from Delhi. Agra was the capital of
Mughals and the city has retained the Mughal fever in its buildings
and social life. Taj Mahal was built by Shah Jahan in memory of his
beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal. Taj is one of the most extravagant
monument ever built for love. The whole structure is built with white
marble and is surrounded by fountains & gardens. Agra also has the
imposing Red fort built by Akbar. Near Agra is the Fatehpur Sikri
which is also known as Red sandstone capital of Emperor Akbar. This
city is built in Red sandstone and has some of the best examples of
Rajputana architecture in combination with Moghul architecture. To
reach Agra there are conducted tours from Delhi as well as state
transport buses ply from Delhi to Agra. There are train services also
for Agra.

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Bing Remove Google of the iPhone 4G/HD? [Digg]

Posted: 30 May 2010 04:08 PM PDT

Microsoft reportedly was busy lobbying for Apple. It is said that this effort to get rid of the default system Google search on mobile phones iPhone 4G/HD future.These rumors continue to grow in various sites and blogs before the event takes place annually

The Legend of El Dorado Treasure Mystery [Digg]

Posted: 30 May 2010 03:19 PM PDT

El Dorado could be a treasure hunter's dream. The image of a city full of gold. But for hundreds of years, not one successful expedition had unmasked a mystery. Is El Dorado is just a fairy tale? Or does he really exist?The Legend of El Dorado provoke.

Acer, Convenience at Your Fingertips [Digg]

Posted: 30 May 2010 02:16 PM PDT

Humans crave simplicity in technology. However, in practice, it is sometimes difficult technology. Acer is trying to offer a concept that facilitates the use of technology number of devices we use have drawbacks, namely the emergence...

Paramore vocalist topless photo circulated on Twitter [Digg]

Posted: 30 May 2010 12:42 PM PDT

Vocalist of Paramore, Hayley Williams, a victim of ignorant hands on the internet. Recently, someone Hayley topless photos circulating on Twitter.As reported by Billboard, Saturday (29/05/2010), in the photograph, the red-haired Hayley, looking posing...

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Posted: 30 May 2010 12:39 PM PDT

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Thai Visa application process for Myanmar (Burmese) nationals.


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ထိုင္းႏိုင္ငံကို အလည္အပတ္ သြားေရာက္ဖို႔ ဗီဇာေလွ်ာက္ထားသူေတြအတြက္  လိုအပ္တဲ့ ေထာက္ခံခ်က္ေတြ ပူးတြဲ တင္ျပဖို႔ေမလ ၁၄ ရက္ေန႔က ထုိင္းသံရံုးမွာ ေၾကညာပါတယ္။ အရင္ကတိုးရစ္ ဗီဇာေလွ်ာက္ဖူးသူေတြအေနနဲ႔ ဗီဇာေလွ်ာက္တဲ့ အခါ ေလယာဥ္လက္မွတ္ အသြားအျပန္ကို မတင္ျပရဘူးလို႔ သိရပါတယ္။ အခုအခါမွာေတာ့ အသစ္ေလွ်ာက္သူေတြေရာ ေနာက္တစ္ႀကိမ္ ေလွ်ာက္ထားသူ ေတြပါ ေလယာဥ္ လက္မွတ္ အသြားအျပန္ကို ပူးတြဲတင္ျပရပါမယ္။ ပထမဆံုးအႀကိမ္အသစ္ လာေလွ်ာက္သူေတြ အေနနဲ႔ ေလယာဥ္လက္မွတ္ အသြားအျပန္အျပင္ ပိုင္ဆိုင္မႈ အမည္ေပါက္ ပစၥည္းတစ္ခုခုကို ႏိုႀတီဘာသာျပန္ဆိုၿပီး ပူးတြဲတင္ရပါမယ္။ ဒါ့အျပင္ ပိုင္ဆုိင္မႈရိႈးမန္းနီး ေဒၚလာ ၆၇၀ ကိုပါ ျပႏုိင္ရမယ္လို႔သိရပါတယ္။ ဗီဇာ ေလွ်ာက္ထားသူေတြ အေနနဲ႔ပတ္စပို႔ (Passport) စာအုပ္ထုတ္ယူခ်ိန္ကိုလည္း ေန႔လယ္ ၁း၃၀ နာရီမွ ၃း၀၀ နာရီသို႔ေျပာင္းလဲ သတ္မွတ္ လုိက္တယ္လို႔ သိရပါေၾကာင္း ၂၀၁၀ ခုႏွစ္ ေမလ ၂၈ ရက္ေန႔ထုတ္ ေမာ္ဒန္ဂ်ာနယ္တြင္ ေဖာ္ျပထားပါသည္။ "


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Investing in the growth of China tourism

Posted: 30 May 2010 09:27 AM PDT

After a 4 percent drop in 2009, travel bookings in China will grow by 5 percent in 2010, projects a new PhoCusWright report, “Emerging Online Travel Marketplace in China.” The same report predicts that travel will expand to become a $65 billion industry by 2011, and that 20 percent of that market would be online. 

Where opportunities lie in that growth, and what kinds of companies might be positioned to seize them was one topic of discussion at the recent China Travel Distribution Summit, hosted by China Travel Daily at the OCT Interlaken Resort in Shenzhen in December.

Online booking may be growing, but for a well-established overseas corporation to make its mark in China's online travel space remains a tricky task, said experts at the meeting.As Demopolous explains it, a successful online venture requires capital, technical information and local knowledge. Chinese companies have access to as much capital as a strange participant,and

Investment activity in the Chinese travel industry isn't all going straight to the Web. Earlier this year, the China National Tourism Administration projected that Chinese travelers would take 50 million outbound trips in 2009, and domestic tourism revenue would grow by 8 percent. One recent entrant to the market here is low-cost Malaysian carrier Air Asia, which has been “aggressively” going after Chinese business for the last two years, in the words of Kathleen Tan, regional head of commercial for Air Asia.

Today, Air Asia operates 200 weekly flights to nine Chinese cities. Tan says the airline has succeeded by listening to what Chinese travelers want, and then promoting that. Getting employee buy-in has also helped.

Flexibility and enthusiasm to actually listen to local partners are key to realizing return on investments in China's travel industry, says Bao Bean: “If you try to control from abroad or put in international systems, you will have a distinct disadvantage in the Chinese market.” And if for companies entering China via mergers and acquisitions, he advises: “Make sure you don't buy the whole company. Make sure the people running it stick around.”

Luxury hotels will open on Palm Jumeirah 2010

Posted: 30 May 2010 09:12 AM PDT

Three hotels in front of beach with wonderful view at ocean, located on Dubai's iconic Palm Jumeirah are planing to open in the next year, reinforcing the island's position as an attraction tourism destination in its own right. Situated along Palm Jumeirah's trunk and crescent, the hotels – from a series of diverse operators and developers – will join Atlantis, The Palm, at this time the only hotel, offering visitors a broader option. The launch of these hotels represents Dubai's continuing obligation to encourage tourism enlargement in the region, with prestigious developments continuing to open to worldwide approval despite the tough global economic climate.
First to open will be the Zabeel Saray by Rixos (originally named Ottoman Palace) which will greeting guests in the second quarter of 2010. Zabeel has been constructed on an impressive scale with 410 rooms, as well as a series of suites. In addition, the growth will house 38 exquisitely designed residential villas – with owners able to take benefit of the resort's exceptional facilities. These villas will vary in size between four to five bedrooms. Facilities are set to be second to none, and include a true Turkish pleasure – the Middle East's largest authentic Hammam spa which stands at some 8,500 square metres inviting guests to get pleasure from a range of Turkish treatments with a contemporary twist.
Moving further East, the Asian-inspired, lagoon-wrapped The Royal Amwaj Resort & Spa from Moevenpick Hotels & Resorts will open on the north-eastern crescent of Palm Jumeirah in October 2010. The 293-room, six restaurant resort sits on the serene shores of the Arabian Gulf. In keeping with the notion of an island-style resort, Moevenpick Hotels & Resorts has decided to bring in a pre-paid, all-inclusive offering incorporating all guest dining – both food and beverage. The offer will have the value-inclusion of a club concept meaning that guests will be able to give out with carrying around their wallets with no nasty surprises on check-out! Food and drink aside, The Royal Amwaj Resort & Spa will as well present a Balinese Spa Island with 25 treatment rooms and a set of villas. 18 of these will perch on stilts just meters above the water with a further 15 beachfront villas with their own chilled pools. One&Only The Palm is due to open in October 2010 with a blend of Moorish and Andalucian authorities. Bordered by lush landscaped gardens, the option will offer an oasis of calm in the middle of multi-ethnic Dubai. The option will attribute an over water restaurant and also a restaurant with live cooking stations. The separated spa and fitness complex will be a 2400 square meter area offering rejuvenating treatments and state-of-the-art fitness tools.
The final project that is planning to open within this stage is Jumeirah Al Fattan which is expected to welcome guests by the end of this year. Positioned on the right tip of the Crescent, with the impressive Burj Al Arab in the surroundings, the five-star alternative will house a hotel, serviced apartments and confidential residences. Overlooking the Arabian Gulf, visitors will be encouraged to calm down in the grounds, visit the beach club, set sail from the marina or wallow in the spa retreat.
Palm Jumeirah is one of the most exciting projects on the world stage and it is little wonder that some of the world's leading hotel groups are introducing prominent projects there. A large number of hotels are plan to open on the island.