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4 Adrenaline Pumping Water Sports in Maldives

07th November 2012
Maldives is a beautiful nation and people come from around the world to relax under the pleasant sun. Interestingly, the picturesque country is also known amongst vacationers who crave adventure and thrill. Maldives has no dearth of water and the same off... Read >
Author: SandeepThakur

Learn to Kiteboard with a Trainer Kite

02nd May 2012
There are primarily two reasons why a trainer kite is the most budget-friendly way to get started in the exciting hobby of kiteboarding. Kiteboarding or kitesurfing is an adventure surface water sport that combines windsurfing, paragliding, surfing, wake... Read >
Author: Alton Bailey

Wakeboard Size Matters

26th September 2011
Wakeboarding has gotten great acclamation from people of every age group - young and old, men and women alike, everyone wants to take part in this most famous water sport. It is closely just like water skiing due to the need for a tow boat. This is basica... Read >
Author: jackzd9

Top Ten Facts about Wakeboard

26th September 2011
Wakeboarding is a surface water sporting activity that was introduced in the late 1980s. It has came forth after the advancement of ski boarding, that is now widely known as snowboarding. The sport requires riding a wakeboard and allowing for it to run ov... Read >
Author: jackzd9

Night Fishing for Catfish

06th March 2009
Night fishing for catfish can be a very rewarding fishing trip .Trust me If you do it Correctly you will catch fish, not only will you catch fish but some will be lunkers! Catfish feed at night and are very active, and when they get into a feeding frenzy ... Read >
Author: Travis Booth

Landfill Problems Smokey Mountains and Landfill Pickers

08th December 2008
Waste disposal practices and the regulation of landfill sites are similar in the many countries. In Europe landfill is now so well controlled that it seldom causes major emissions or pollution problems of the sort that can still bedevil the developing nat... Read >
Author: Steve Last

Is Water a Renewable Resource?

05th March 2007
With water covering about 80% of our planet, one would think that our water resources are unlimited. However, upon closer inspection, we find that our water-resources at risk, and it is not as renewable as we may think. Here's why.All of our drinking wate... Read >
Author: jdudra
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