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Bhutan Tours, Kham travels, Amdo travels

03rd April 2012
Bhutan Tours The main recreational pursuit that attracts travelers to Bhutan is trekking. Northern Bhutan and even some subtropical parts of the south offer great scope for trekking since forests and high-altitude pastures make up most of the country, ... Read >
Author: Xioahong Dorje

The Yamaha EF2000iS Portable Generator Is So Quiet and Efficient You Won't Even Know It's There

11th October 2011
The Yamaha EF2000iS Portable Generator is one of the best on the market in terms of efficiency, value, and features. Let's look at some of the things that send this portable generator to the top of the best list. This model is of the highest quality, b... Read >
Author: Will Turnage

Pune-Queen of Deccan

21st July 2011
Pune also known as Poona is the second largest in the state of Maharashtra and eighth largest metropolis in India. Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra and is a serene destination rich in culture and has an ostentatious past. Pune is also called Pu... Read >
Author: Ayush Aggarwal

How to remove siamese cat from the tree ?

17th June 2011
Wood crown - the natural habitat of siamese cats. There they prey on birds, fleeing from the dogs and just snooze away from the bustle of the earth. However, being innate high altitude, the cats are not always ready to descend from the conquered peaks. So... Read >
Author: JOhny Rodari

Challenges in High-Rise Painting

11th November 2010
Is there such a thing as a low-risk high rise painting project? Of course, there is. Multi-storied commercial and industrial buildings may bring a different set of challenges to painting applications, but with the right contractors and equipments, a high ... Read >
Author: RaiderPainting

Rarest Beauty in the Philippines

23rd September 2010
The Philippines is home to some of the most beautiful and popularly recognized flowers in all of Asia. One of its most popular flowers is the Sampaguita, which is considered today as the national flower of the Philippines. These species of flowers are als... Read >
Author: Samantha

Guide To Portable Oxygen Tanks and Portable Oxygen Cylinders

05th August 2010
Portable oxygen is a necessity for many people around the world. Primarily for those who suffer from COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) which in simple terms means that their lungs are not absorbing and processing sufficient oxygen. As we all kn... Read >
Author: Philip Robinson

Hemis National Park ,Ladakh ,J&K,India- Snow Leopard country

24th March 2010
The feeling of being in snow leopard country was amazing. We were in the land of Buddha in High altitude Hemis National Park in Ladakh area of J&K State. Two hours back we sought the blessings of god at Hemis monastery for our successful journ... Read >
Author: dipa gupta

The Effects of Altitude in Aspen

06th July 2009
There is more to do in Aspen than ski! The Aspen nightlife is like nothing you will experience elsewhere. The warmth and camaraderie of all of the skiers, from all of the different lodges is quite special, and remarkable. You will have a good time in Aspe... Read >
Author: Armando Ramirez

Pashmina Shawls suppliers

04th November 2008
Pashmina refers to a type of fine cashmere wool derived from Changra or Changthangi or Pashmina goat (capra hircus). These goats are found in Changthang, a high altitude plateau with gentle slopes in Ladakh that stretches approximately 1600 km into Tibet;... Read >
Author: Rajni Sharma

The Making of Sunglasses

24th January 2008
Roman Emperor Nero "made" the first sunglasses by watching gladiator competitions through polished light emerald green gems held up to his eyes. The true invention of sunglasses was somewhere between 1268 and 1289. Around the twelfth century and befor... Read >
Author: Chris Simpson

Asthma and Altitude

07th May 2006
Asthma is a chronic lung condition that is characterized by difficulty in breathing. People with asthma have extra sensitive or hyper-responsive airways. During an asthma attack, the airways become irritated and react by narrowing and constructing, causin... Read >
Author: Bjorn Gutter

Does Altitude Affect Your Asthma?

24th November 2005
If you have asthma and you enjoy outside activities that take you to higher elevations or much, much higher, the possible danger has certainly crossed your mind. Well, the news isn't all bad, though it is cautionary. Asthma is a chronic lung condition,... Read >
Author: David Silva
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