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Six Martial Arts You Should Learn Before You Die- Healthy Travel Lifestyle

When you are talking about self defense it is incomplete without your knowledge of martial arts. Just give it a shot before you die for the sake of inner peace and spiritual development. It really works and is an amazing way to bring health into your travel lifestyle. In this world it is very necessary for both men and women to have some knowledge of it. Just imagine what if you are attacked by some robbers on a dark lane and you don’t know what to do?. Well it can happen to you or some one you know. In such a situation if you know some great martial arts tactics this will really be useful. Try Before You Die and Do It While On the Road Were you among those who learnt some basic karate moves while in school?. It is time for a reality check now. There are some deadly moves that you need to learn now. Moreover, what is really interesting here is that these great martial arts can kill a person with bare hands. There are some moves that can really take a couple of years for you to master, but nonetheless these are must try. 1. Sambo This is one of the famous martial arts style that has its origin in Russia. Since Russia was attacked by many invaders over the time, Russians managed to learn some killer moves. There are almost three different types of which one aims at attacking and causing serious injury to the attacker. If you didn’t know, this martial art form is a famous one in military training. If you need to master the skill through repeated practice and also apply it wisely in case of its need. 2. Pencak Silat This is a famous collection of Indonesian martial arts. You must remember that while learning you must pick up the right form. This type discipline is quite similar to the Muay Thai but with the inclusion of gun and knife. If you are looking for more strikes than grabs this is what you need to learn. In a situation where you are attacked by someone on the street, this is exactly what you need...

Top 7 Tourist Attractions in Spain

Top 7 Tourist Attractions in Spain

Nov 29, 2013

Tourism is among the best performing industries in Spain. Spain is found in Europe and Africa. It is among the best travel destinations because of the wide range of tourist destinations as well as its geographical position. Spain has a great history of historical places which become target destinations for tourists from both within the country and outside the country. Some of the destinations include: The Canary Islands   These islands which are seven in number are a very popular destination to tourists. They include; Gran Canaria, La Gomera, La Palma, Lanzarote, El Hierro, Fuerventura and Tenerife. These islands have great scenaries that are amazing to see, for instace the Gran Canaria Canary islands have numerous beaches, crystal clear waters and various water sports which makes the place look like paradise.(image by Bob). The Madrid City The Madrid city is the capital city of Spain. It is also a great tourist because of the very many activities done there; for instance, the game of bullfighting is an event that is very popular and attended by many tourists from within and outside. The great dancing event known as flamenco dancing is also a great attraction. Another attraction is the royal palaces, where people come to view the history of Spanish early governments. Besides these there are other attractions which include, The Prado Museum, The Archeological Museum, Plaza Mayor, amongst others. Apart from the Madrid city there are other many cities which have prominent tourist destinations. Some of them include Barcelona, Bilboa, and Cordoba, Valencia amongst others. Western Water Park This tourist destination is located in Calvia town in Mallorca. It has a variety of steep slides, wild water rides and flumes. Apart from the amazing water rides, there are also sections for adults and for kids. If you feel like being entertained while still inside, there are acrobats who are acting inside. It is such a great place. Mallorca Museums They are among the most reputable museums in Spain. They are found in the Mallorca islands which were ruled by different civilizations over the centuries. In these museums you will find different objects and relics of the different civilizations. There are many historical buildings such...

Soul Search Though Travelling- Healthy Travel Lifestyle

Don’t you ever get tired or doing the same thing every day? Going through the same routine from home, school, work then back, it’s like an endless viscous cycle that could consume your whole being, before you know it you’re all wrinkled up, stuck on your rocking chair filled with resentment with “what ifs and what could haves” . And the most painful part would be “I could have given up where I am now to see the world.” But then again the moment that you’d realize there this, it would already be too late. Before this would happen to you, think twice on where you are right now whether you’re happy with your daily routine or you would want to unleash your inner peace and search your soul.Tired of the Same Every Day? If you’re tired with the same cycle everyday then fret no more, check your schedule and get a week off. Hop on a plane, a bus or a ferry and take the journey that could change your life. Travelling isn’t just some recreational hobby or a job for some TV hosts, it’s a lifestyle. It’s supposed to be part of who you are. It makes you see the world, get in one with nature and find your inner peace. And it doesn’t have to be expensive mind you, no, not at all.   Traveling Means I Have To Be Rich, Right? Travelling doesn’t necessarily mean spending thousands of dollars by hopping on a plane and going somewhere fancy, it doesn’t have to be very far, you can go the next state or through the woods, hop on to the next island or hitch hick to somewhere you’ve never been to. Travelling Opens Your Soul Travelling will open not just your eyes, but your souls as well. Rest assured when you’d get back, you’ll be a better person. You’ll feel renewed, re-energized and revitalized. It’s one of the things worth spending for. Write New Adventures Take a step in writing new adventures, finding true love and making new friends. Let go of your busy office life, your worries and anxieties for a week and experience freedom and inner peace. Climb the...

6 Things You Need to Know about The Annapurna Circuit Trail

There are many exciting hiking trails in the world such as Kungsleden in Sweden, Grand Canyon hike, USA, Fitx roy trek in Argentina, Yoshida trail, Mount Fuji in Japan and the Bibbulmun track in Australia. All these hiking trails have amazing features such as amazing view points, flora, fauna and remarkable landscape. This is because most treks involve mountains, hills or valleys, something that will cause physical exercise and a journey of a life time. The world`s most renowned hikers and mountain climber s have journey in most of these trails just to explore the beauty of country and enjoy the culture, lifestyle and tradition of people living around the trail routes. The Annapurna circuit is renowned worldwide ever since it was opened to foreigners in the 1980s. This circuit involves trekking around the giant Annapurna massif and once the trek is complete at the tip there is a panoramic view of the Himalayas.   Especially when hiking the Annapurna Circuit, there are things you can do to make your holiday unforgettable. The following are great facts about the Annapurna circuit. 1- Permits The Nepalese authorities require all hikers to purchase two permits before hiking which are Annapurna Conservation Area Permit ( ACAP) and Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS card). These permits are required in order to enter the Annapurna area and are checked at points all along the circuit. Fortunately these cards don’t expire while within the circuit but once the hiker leaves the circuit he or she will need to purchase new permits. 2- Map Hikers will require maps while on the circuit and they can be purchased in Kathmandu and Pokhara. There are maps of different sizes and scales. The best map should include the New Annapurna Trekking Trails (NATT) and side trails. The maps are quite affordable since the cost ranges from $2- $7. 3- The NATT guide This guide provides information for trails that help to avoid the road and gives amazing information about the villages along the trekking route. The guide is vital because its very informative since it has detailed information about the culture and tradition of the people living in the nearby villages along the circuit. 4- Gear Pack Hikers should bring their own gear bag packs or they can purchase or rent gear packs in Kathmandu or Pokhara. This is important...