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Nov 22nd 2011 1:06AM Just look at the art the pictures are depicting! It really resembles Mosaic from the Ancient Times. Mosaic is an art form which brings together various materials and at times, even cultures. The history of mosaic art is said to go back some 4,000 years. As for the post, Shell Grotto is a resemblance of a religious faith way back times. I think it does carry some mystery behind. Thanks for sharing a wonderful topic, it is so interesting! ~ http://thinkrentals.com
Nov 21st 2011 11:36PM Skydiving is a super stress reliever. When you are skydiving, you focus on that skydive and nothing else. This keeps away all the distractions of life. No room for stray thoughts or worries here. The intense focus and the pump of adrenaline leave you feeling mentally and physically cleansed.
For an 80-year old, 80 skydives a day is extremely remarkable! Congrats man!!
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Nov 21st 2011 10:45PM Wow! 80 Skydives in 1 day of an 80 years old? Truly, amazing!! A world record indeed. Congratulations! Thanks for posting the information. :)
Nov 11th 2011 10:13PM The very good thing when you travel is the experience you get from it. Going to some unfamiliar places would entail you to experience diverse culture in terms of beliefs, clothing, food and etc. Seoul is a good place to go to. I've heard many travelers saying Seoul has that magic in food tastes. Ciao for the valuable info! :) ~ http://thinkrentals.com
Nov 8th 2011 5:05AM Roseburg is located in the beautiful Umpqua Valley and boasts of many natural scenic views. The city neighborhoods range from fixers to beautiful turn of the century historic homes as well as brand new custom homes. The diversity of neighborhood types is always attractive to new people moving into town.
You have posted a very beautiful view Kyle! This is one of Oregon's best. Keep on posting! :) ~ http://thinkrentals.com
Nov 7th 2011 12:35AM This displayed photo of the day is quiet simple but very realistic indeed! There are those boring moments in our life, and this photo depicts a clear outlook on it. One of the most wonderful things you may encounter while on a travel is the realization of some realities of our existence. Keep on posting! God bless! ~ http://thinkrentals.com
Nov 7th 2011 12:28AM This is such a great blog! Lots of valuable information. People reading this would know the recommended hostels for various locations with its descriptive identities and good qualities. Congrats Jessica. I so much love your posts! :) ~ http://thinkrentals.com
Nov 5th 2011 11:28AM Wow! New york would be in a high spirit of fun and excitement for sure! Thanks for sharing the information. Keep on posting. God bless! ~ http://thinkrentals.com
Nov 5th 2011 11:24AM In early days, photography only belonged to professionals. However, when roll film cameras and digital cameras were invented, photography became widely available for public.
As I am into vacation rentals, beautiful and quality photos of rental properties are so vital and a part of my business. While I am not a professional photographer, but what matters most to me is the outcome of the pics taken. The author shared some tips above. Let's all respect his post. And for those professional ones who knows the topic well, you can add your insights as a comment here :). Let's help and share knowledge. This is a nice way for discussion and relationship building. God bless! ~ http://thinkrentals.com
Nov 3rd 2011 8:45AM Great tips Jessica! Anyone can backpack, but for most of us it can seem scary at first. It's only natural that you feel a little intimidated at the idea of striking out on your own in a foreign country - after all, the people have different customs and speak a different language, so you'll have to figure out how to get around, find food and accommodations, and keep yourself safe and healthy.
Knowing how to deal culture shock is pretty important most especially when you are into a vacation rental travel. Thanks for the advices. God bless! ~ http://thinkrentals.com