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How to rent a house in Thailand? Part 1.

Independent travel planning, every tourist almost immediately faced with the question of finding housing. Quite often it is easily solved – the reservation for your selected hotel. However, not all countries located in the hotel justified, but somewhere they all are relatively rare. No matter why you have decided to have her own, even if rental housing in Thailand, we will tell you how to do it. However, before we proceed to the issue, I would like to tell you some of the nuances that are directly related to it.

Apartment rentals in Thailand

Apartment rentals in Thailand

So, all rental housing in Thailand is divided into two large groups: those with long-term leases (longterm) and short (shortterm). Under the long term here means the period from six months. And by the way is this “longterm” are usually much cheaper “shortterm”. more »

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Cycling – types of bikes

Leading manufacturers of bicycles made ​​the following series of bikes.

Road bikes
This type of bike is ordained to move at high speeds on asphalt benign. On similar bikes set records for days cycling such as the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia, Uelta and the Olympics. Developing the design of this bike, manufacturers optimize the first high-speed data. The price of similar bike is quite high, because they are assigned for the high-class professionals, and is about 10-20 thousand dollars. Price for new cyclists bike is somewhere $300, and improved designs to $1,000 and up.

Mountain bike

Mountain bike

MTB (mountain bike)
These bikes have some differences. Since they have a slightly smaller diameter wheels, unlike the road. The frame of this bike is made slightly higher strength. more »

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Cycling – Bike Story

Excellent physical fitness, bicycle, company and backpack behind, here’s what you need for cycling that will not clean your wallet.

History bike
According to some of my sources, the first mention of human movement on structures with wheels dated XV century. But the evolution of the bicycle as a mode of movement started only in the nineteenth century.

History of development of bicycle

History of development of bicycle

So someone Ludwig Dries designed for self-driven front wheel scooter. Its length is 2.4 meters, on the contrary, the wheels are 30-inch wheels. At this scooter he drove 100 miles for almost 7 hours. Somewhat later, Pierre Michaud, in 1860, sets the front-wheel scooter 2 pedals and two years later the same scooters began to mass-produce, also get its own name – a bicycle. Once the bike was seen, he immediately accepted subject to various changes and renovations. Appears out of the frame tubes, worn tires on the wheels. more »

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All about religious travel

It is not necessary to become a pilgrim, in order to go on a journey to religious shrines. These extraordinarily beautiful place and literally breathe history.

Ruins of Ephesus

Ruins of Ephesus

In the footsteps of the Apostle Paul, Greece and Turkey
Following the apostle Paul could make a great and very informative tour. Strengthen its worth in Turkey, not very large settlement of Tarsus, the birthplace of the saint. And from there heading to Ephesus. Ruins of Ephesus are located 3 km from the progressive town of Selcuk. In addition to numerous ancient ruins, the city is renowned for being here to read his sermon apostle traveler. From Ephesus, followed by St. Paul, go to Greece to Rhodes, where he continued his own sermons, and from there to another island – Lindos. Not very large comfortable bay marked away white church – the very place where Paul went ashore. more »

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Attraction Egypt – Abu Simbel

Temples of Abu Simbel, erected on the orders of the pharaoh Ramses II during his reign from 1279 to 1213 BC, in honor of himself and his first and main wife Nefertari, located about 300 kilometers south of the city of Aswan and its dimensions are staggering. Since 1979, carved into the rock churches are included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.

Temples of Abu Simbel

Temples of Abu Simbel

At the entrance of the larger of the two temples rise four 21-meter statue sitting with authentic features of Ramses the Great. Second, a smaller temple dedicated to the goddess Hathor and decorated with 10-foot statues depicting Ramses and his beloved wife Nefertari. more »

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