Thursday September 01, 2011 at 11:49

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Manga Expert - How To Draw Manga Characters

Want to know how to draw manga characters like a professional? If you want to learn how to draw manga characters faster and easier then check this e-book “Manga Expert”. This e-book will guide you step by step and it also uses simple terminologies which is really good because even if you are a complete beginner, you can still draw manga characters. 

Check it here: http://www.mangaexpert.com/

Thursday September 01, 2011 at 11:05

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How To Super Coupon

Are you having a hard time to save money? Do you want to know how to save money easier and faster? Don’t worry my friends, my friend Michelle just taught me how to use coupons to save money! Surprisingly, it really works! You can save more than $100 in just weeks! 

Michelle wrote a guide for those who are interested. She even included some helpful tips and tricks that we can use on our daily lives. 

How To Super Coupon will help you

  • Understand the basics of couponing
  • Where to get coupons
  • How to organize coupons
  • How to use coupons
  • Other methods on saving money

Check her site and E-book now! http://www.howtosupercoupon.com/

Friday September 04, 2009 at 13:30

“Mauritius is a small island off the eastern coast of Madagascar. The island’s climate is tropical, mollified by a gentle southeasterly trade wind. First discovered by Arab sailors, the island was once a dense tropical forest. Strangely, though uninhabited, the island was considered uninhabitable by its first discoverers.”

Take A Romantic Luxury Vacation In Beautiful MauritiusA view from above.Romantic setting at the edge of the water.

Luxurious dining experiences.

Friday August 28, 2009 at 16:44

Friday August 28, 2009 at 13:41

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This post was reblogged from techno!techno!!techno!!!.

Thursday August 13, 2009 at 12:49

Thursday August 06, 2009 at 7:57

Tuesday August 04, 2009 at 17:51

Friday July 31, 2009 at 14:43

Cape Cadogan near Kloof street, the Times Square of Cape Town. An elegant lodging in soft creams and whites…

The family friendly River Lodge and the very exclusive Ivory Lodge at The Lion Sand lodges. Feel like spending a week waited upon hand and foot by your own personal staff? The Lion Sands lodges also also offers the owners private residence to small groups or families, a genteel and exclusive abode built in 1933, only for the discerning traveler.

The Khan El Khalili Baazar. Did you know that this open-air Turkish shopping center was built in 1832 and was central to the Spice Trade of the time?

Taken from Luxury Travel For Less: Cape To Cairo

Friday July 24, 2009 at 12:31


We stayed 3 nights at Madikwe Hills in March this year. On arrival we were surprised to be upgraded to the honeymoon suite, which was magnificent. All accommodation here is of a very high standard. The rooms are huge - each with their own very comfortable lounge / sitting area with a fire, a huge bedroom (ours had a large four poster)looking out on to a private decked terrace with pool, and a large bathroom. Ours was entered via a flight of stairs and at the top was a large tub and a huge shower, all carved out of the rock. There was also an outside bath and shower on the terrace at the back of the bathroom overlooking the plains - very private and deeply romantic.
The two things that stood out about this place were the staff and the food. Both were superb. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful, and the rangers and guides were fabulous. This is one of the few lodges in this area of Madikwe where you go out with both a ranger and a tracker, so your chances of sightings are greater. During our stay we saw all but one of the big five and had the most jaw dropping encounters with lions. (It was scary, but then you can’t come back from Africa without at least one near death experience story!) Our guide reliably informed us he had never seen anything like it before. Madikwe is less busy than Kruger, and the different lodges all work together and share information about sightings, increasing your likelihood of seeing what you’ve come to see.
The food at the lodge was fabulous, with all diets catered for - there was just too much of it and it sometimes felt a shame not to be able to eat everything put before you. Dinner was eaten around a communal table on the deck overlooking the water hole - a lovely setting.
On our last night here, we came back from the evening drive to be greeted with a candle lit room, rose petals leading up to our bath, which had been prepared with bubbles and flowers, with a complimentary bottle of champagne and a message ‘Enjoy’. That just sums this place up - 5 star.


Taken from:
Luxury Travel for Less: Whispers of Africa: Luxury in the Bush

We stayed 3 nights at Madikwe Hills in March this year. On arrival we were surprised to be upgraded to the honeymoon suite, which was magnificent. All accommodation here is of a very high standard. The rooms are huge - each with their own very comfortable lounge / sitting area with a fire, a huge bedroom (ours had a large four poster)looking out on to a private decked terrace with pool, and a large bathroom. Ours was entered via a flight of stairs and at the top was a large tub and a huge shower, all carved out of the rock. There was also an outside bath and shower on the terrace at the back of the bathroom overlooking the plains - very private and deeply romantic.

The two things that stood out about this place were the staff and the food. Both were superb. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful, and the rangers and guides were fabulous. This is one of the few lodges in this area of Madikwe where you go out with both a ranger and a tracker, so your chances of sightings are greater. During our stay we saw all but one of the big five and had the most jaw dropping encounters with lions. (It was scary, but then you can’t come back from Africa without at least one near death experience story!) Our guide reliably informed us he had never seen anything like it before. Madikwe is less busy than Kruger, and the different lodges all work together and share information about sightings, increasing your likelihood of seeing what you’ve come to see.

The food at the lodge was fabulous, with all diets catered for - there was just too much of it and it sometimes felt a shame not to be able to eat everything put before you. Dinner was eaten around a communal table on the deck overlooking the water hole - a lovely setting.


On our last night here, we came back from the evening drive to be greeted with a candle lit room, rose petals leading up to our bath, which had been prepared with bubbles and flowers, with a complimentary bottle of champagne and a message ‘Enjoy’. That just sums this place up - 5 star.


Taken from:

Luxury Travel for Less: Whispers of Africa: Luxury in the Bush

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