Why to visit Cambodia?

July 8th, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

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There are plenty of interesting things that you can find in this country. You will meet warm and friendly people and this is the reason why some people stay longer in this country than planned. The most visited place in Cambodia is Angkor Wat Sites. There are many magical and majestic monuments, but the Angkor Wat Temple is the largest religious building in the world and is one of the highlights for everyone’s trip in this country. There are many Festivals that take place at different part of the year, and if you attend some of them you will learn a lot about Cambodia’s history. Bon Om Tuk or The Cambodia Water Festival is the largest Festival and many people have spent almost a full year preparing for this event.

This country is very cheap and you can buy a tasty meal for $1 to $3 depending on the dish you choose. The Nightlife is a bit different. Cambodians like to gather and drink with a good meal so it won’t be hard to find a bar, café or bistros with many shows and live bands, beer gardens and karaoke. You can visit the National Museum and learn a lot about Khmer history. This building was designed by renowned French architect George Groslier who wanted to preserve Khmer cultural heritage.

Technology gadgets

July 1st, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

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There are tons of gadgets in the world now and there are more and more new. Some people don’t really follow the news related to gadgets and don’t use any of them but on the other side there are people that are gadget addicts and are buying as many as they can afford. Her is a list of gadgets that were popular in 2013:

1. Google Chromecast is a thumb-sized gizmo that after plugging it into one of your TV’s HDMI ports, you can fling videos and other content from your laptop, tablet or phone to the big screen. There are no wires involved.

2. Oculus Rift Development Kit. This kit aimed at the game developers. It is very addictive once you strap on this virtual-reality headset onto your noggin and experience it in action.

3. Pebble Smartwatch. This wearable gizmo acts as a satellite for your iPhone or Android handset, receiving snippets such as text-message notifications via Bluetooth and displaying them on its power-efficient E Ink display. Third-party developers can write programs to let it do everything from playing games to tracking your fitness. And of course it tells time.

4. Leap Motion Controller is pint-sized USB accessory for Windows PCs and Macs. It is an $80 preview of where man-machine interfaces may be head. Plug it and you can perform different task, from playing games to reading a newspaper by waving your hands in the air. The technology is also being built into laptops, starting with HP’s Envy17 Leap Motion SE.

Tips for traveling with children

July 1st, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

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Traveling with children is always harder than traveling without them. But leaving them at home is not an option. So, before you start the trip, make sure you are prepared for it. Here are some tips for the parents. Read and follow these and you will be more prepared.
1. Make sure you get all the clothes and passports. It is your responsibility as parent to do that. If you don’t take any of that, it is your fault.

2. Plan your trip. You should plan everything before you leave the house.

3. Expect everything. You should expect everything from the children. That’s why you should imagine almost every possible scenario that might happen so prepare for everything!

4. Prepare for sickness, allergies. Make sure you bring all the medicine you need.

5. If you’re traveling by train, bus or plane, explain your children that they should be quiet and they should not disturb everyone around. Or find something that doesn’t make noise to keep them busy. At least today, with a lot of technology it should be easier than before. Bring snacks, drinks anything that they might need during the trip.

6. Organize a lot of small activities. If your children know what’s next, then they will be looking forward for that. But if you only have one activity, then most probably they will do whatever they want after it ends. So organize more and they will be busier.

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