"Sensory overload: Szechwan peppers&Chinese ballet" Living2travel's photos around Hong Kong, China A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Hong Kong, China by TravelPod blogger Living2travel titled "Sensory overload: Szechwan peppers&Chinese ballet". TravelPod is a company of TripAdvisor™. Living2travel's travel blog entry: "Loud noises. Shouting. Laughter. Vociferous baby. Doors opening and closing. Paper thin walls. 6 am. All from the same room - 1007. We were 1009, and a pleasant awakening we did not have. Burying ourselves under pillows and blankets did nothing to stifle the noise. Patience was wearing very thin, and after a couple of persistent phone calls to front desk, they finally summoned the courage to call the roosters next door. The very sensitive souls, had the gall to say they weren't making any noise, and if we were disturbed it was our problem (needless to say we could hear that conversation as well). The futility of the situation plainly evident, we hauled ourselves out of bed, grabbed the luggage and reluctantly moved down to the 7th floor room we were offered instead. Less of a view, but quieter neighbours, a tradeoff we were gladly willing to make. We consoled ourselves with the notion that sooner or later, karma will come back to bite them in the ass. So our plans for a full day of exploring were altered. We did manage to wander through the Mid-levels and pick up our prepaid tickets for the ballet that night from some unknown building in the middle of Causeway Bay. We stopped for lunch at Tim's Kitchen, a quick-food resturant packed ...
day31_pancake bay ...on one of the hilliest days between Wawa and Sault St Marie the skies turn black early evening. The skies light up with strikes of lightning and the sound of thunder, and the ensuing 1hr20 of torrential rain
power golf caddy and remote control power Golf Cart electric golf trolley Remote, electric golf caddy trolley, power golf caddy call this golfer's helper whatever you want the Ranger Pro MX a successor to the highly popular Ranger Pro and without question the best remote control golf caddy available on the Canadian market today. Ranger Pro MX gives you complete command through the han-held transmitter: steering, accelerating, braking and reversing. All major components are made from tough, lightweight aluminum, with double-tube frame to the front wheel. All electronic parts, switches, motors and gearboxes are sealed for use in all weathers. Has a powerful 33AH SLA battery with meter on the battery cover. Ranger Pro MX has been upgraded with twin 180W motors and gearbox assembly by LINIX, this electric caddy lets you get on with your game and leave the heavy lugging to Ranger Pro MX. The speed control knob on the handle provides lots of control. Plenty of power for the hilliest course, and it comes with rear anti-tip wheel for stability. It can also be used in "free wheel" mode. For reliability and easy maneuverability, Ranger Pro MX folds down with 2 quick clicks and folds neatly away in your trunk. Provided with a scorecard and drink holder. Included are a 1yr warranty, 6 months pro-rated on battery. Range: 18-27 holes depending on elevations of course and current battery charge condition. There are 10" X 3" solid high impact polypropylene wheels with rubberized treads for superior hillside stability. Weight of caddy with battery is 47 lbs ...
Electronic Golf Caddy For More Electronic Golf Carts/Caddy Reviews Visit: this electric caddy lets you get on with your game and leave the heavy lugging to Ranger Pro MX. The speed control knob on the handle provides lots of control. Plenty of power for the hilliest course, and it comes with rear anti-tip wheel for stability.
PathLessPedaled - Downhill on Orcas Orcas has the reputation of being the hilliest of the San Juan islands. For every uphill, however, there are some screaming downhills. Here's a vid with some great ones. In the video, we're following our host Carl from East Sound to the ferry landing.
"Hills, Sealions, Two bikes and a Chinaman" Simonandflo's photos around San Francisco A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to San Francisco, United States by TravelPod blogger Simonandflo titled "Hills, Sealions, Two bikes and a Chinaman". TravelPod is a company of TripAdvisor™. Simonandflo's travel blog entry: "Hi! Simon: It was pretty late by the time we got off the train and got the shuttle bus from Oakland (where the train stopped) over the Bay Bridge to Downtown San Francisco, so after grabbing a slice of Pizza each, we jumped into our hostel beds and slept for like 13 hours (after sleeping in a chair for 2 days, the bunk beds were SO comfy!) Our hostel was in the centre of San Francisco near Union Square. It was surrounded by 5 star hotels like the Hilton and the Marriott, which cost like $300 a night, so we were pretty chuffed with the location for $25 each. We left our hostel and noticed that it was pretty darn busy in the streets, but we'd been warned about a Bluegrass music festival about 2 miles away in the park, so we thought that it must be that. We kept walking, and started to notice more and more strange looking people wearing less and less clothes, until we heard some REALLY loud music about a 2 blocks from our hostel. We arrived on the main street, Market, just in time to see big floats cruising past with super-loud music being pumped from them, and thousands of neon-clad people wearing generally not much at all (one girl was wearing leggings and 2 strategically placed stickers! Another guy was wearing face paint. Only face ...
CapeCast: The Cape's toughest bike trail! On today's CapeCast: We take a thrill ride on the Cape's hilliest, sandiest, craziest bike trail and meet up with some wild turkeys!
Hilly Street This is Roanoke's Hilliest Street. It's fun to drive on with the kids. -
SMH arrive at the hotel Tired and hungry after their grueling journey from deepest Sus*** to hilliest Oxfordshire through high wind and deep snow, Shoot More Holes decamp after ariving in their band proof hotel (windows unable to open more than an inch and a TV bolted to the table) and set off in search of nutrition from the adjoining motorway service station... /shootmoreholes
Down Hill Illinois skating the hilliest place in our town
Christian Stauffer##17##0 As he lines up for check-in, Christian Stauffer (Switzerland, resident of Singapore) says he trains in the hilliest part of Singapore, but this event will demand much more.
Richmond Meet Arthur Caygill Trophy Road Race May 2009 Hilliest race ever!
BlackBerry Courier As part of the campaign to launch the Torch we found ourselves a courier in the hilliest city in America. Fergus uses the BlackBerry Torch to help navigate the city and keep up with his deliveries. Broadcast television and online campaign, North America
"Whoever said England wasn't warm or hilly" Simonmain1's photos around St Austell, United Kingdom A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to St Austell, United Kingdom by TravelPod blogger Simonmain1 titled "Whoever said England wasn't warm or hilly...". TravelPod is a company of TripAdvisor™. Simonmain1's travel blog entry: "I woke up at 6.45 and immediately roused the boys. We managed to be all packed up and on our way by 8.20 or so which was our earliest start for a while. They were wise to us end to end types in the campsite as even though the woman who owned it wasn't there some bloke who was camping there came over in the morning to get some cash off us. Since the beginning everyone had been telling us that Devon and Cornwall were going to be hilly but we thought we knew better having seen all sorts of hills in Scotland...how wrong we were...Cornwall is the hilliest place I have ever cycled by far. There just never seems to be a stretch of flat at all, you just go up hills and then back down them and it just keeps going like that all day. This day was definitely the worst (or maybe better termed, the hardest day) day we have had since the beginning. Carl wants it officially stated at this point that he 'hates hills'. The plan (formulated by Carl) was to avoid Dartmore but even though we tried to skirt around it on the map we still ended up on the plateau which meant for some beautiful views in all directions. Not only was it hilly but it was hot as well; hotter than 30oC all afternoon anyway. Our bodies are a right picture with all sorts of funny tan ...
"Wildlife of Hluhluwe & iMfolozi" Nixsboys's photos around Hluhluwe Game Reserve, South Africa A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Hluhluwe Game Reserve, South Africa by TravelPod blogger Nixsboys titled "Wildlife of Hluhluwe & iMfolozi". TravelPod is a company of TripAdvisor™. Nixsboys's travel blog entry: "I had not visited the Hluhluwe (pronounced 'shoeshloee') game reserve since I was a little child. All I could remember from memory was that it was very hilly and filled with Giraffe. It is amazing what your mind can retain and for the most part the game reserve is hilly and it does have lots of giraffe but how I did not remember the abundance of rhinos is beyond me. Hluhluwe-iMfolozi game reserve lies in the heart of Zululand, South Africa. It is one of the oldest game reserves in the country and is well known for its conservation of the white Rhino. The reserve is set in two the Hluhluwe part which is the hilliest part of the reserve and the iMfolozi section which is flatter and makes it easier for wildlife spotting. I travelled with my family from outside Durban just for the day. Yip it was a long drive but well worth it in photographs and admiring the beautiful wildlife in their own habitat. It took us about 2.5 hours driving to get there. For the most part we travelled along the main coastal road before turning towards the Mtubatuba village which is some 48kms from the central Nyalazi gate. It was a slow drive along these parts as you drive through remote villages and you need to keep an eye out for the goats wandering across the roads. The ...
18th Annual Sandown Old Home Days 5 Miler Start and Finish Part 1 Video of a road race that I ran recently. It was held on August 7th, 2010 and hosted by the Sandown Rogue Runners. Mark Mayall (New Balance Boston) was the overall winner with a time of 26:53 and the overall female winner was Stephanie Burnham (Athletic Alliance) with a time of 32:14. I placed 4th with a 27:55. Not a PR for me, but a good race considering I tend to be weak at hill running and this is one of the hilliest road races in Southern NH. It was also the 6th of 7 races in the NHGP. Greater Derry Track Club tentatively won with a score of 190. This video shows the start of the race and finishers up to 34 min. The rest of the finishers will be in part 2.
State Park Tour Spring 2008 Me and the guys hitting all the hilliest state parks we could find. And bombing the hell outa them. Caving, Skating, Climbing, doin it all.