December 2nd, 2013
Dubai is a favorite and well-known location. Visitors from all over the world come to Dubai have fun with themselves. These tourists choose several options to have some great vacation time here. Although in the city of charm there is much to avail but here we are just focusing on sailing in Dubai and the associated fun with it.
Certainly you would like to be relaxed during your vacation period. So a true relaxation can be achieved when you are in the center of the water away from the city life. Amazing time you can avail over the fresh water with your family or friends without any distraction but just peace and beauty all around.
November 28th, 2013
Holidays should be fun and relaxing, so don’t risk to ruin your cruise by forgetting to bring comfortable shoes or that fancy dress you want to wear aboard. Think ahead and prepare a checklist with all the things you need to pack before leaving. If you don’t know where to start, here are a few useful tips on what to take with you, and how to get ready for your cruise.
1. Useful Items
There are a lot of shops on the ship, but buying things aboard can be quite expensive. Make a list of all the items you might need during the holiday and that you can easily find at home or at a cheaper price such as medicines, batteries, insect repellent, alarm clock, feminine hygiene products, sunscreen, tissues, comfortable shoes, sunglasses and chargers.
November 20th, 2013
What to Do When Your Eyes Don’t Work With Your Body
Motion sickness (kinetosis) refers to the uncomfortable, disorienting feelings of dizziness and nausea you sometimes experience while riding in a car, train, boat, or other form of transportation. (“Seasick,” “carsick,” “airsick,” and the like are all synonyms reflecting the specific context.) While some are more susceptible to the temporary sensation than others, the phenomenon can happen to anyone: It stems from the apparently contradictory signals your eyes and your body’s sense of motion send to your brain while you’re in transit.
The link between travel and motion sickness is plain in the derivation of the world “nausea,” which comes from the Greek naus, or “ship.” Sitting in an airplane chair or in the cabin of a cruise ship, your inner ear–the canals of which are responsible for your body’s perception of movement and maintenance of balance–registers the inherent motion of the vessel, but your eyes often perceive utter stillness. This disconnect confuses the brain and induces the upset stomach, fatigue, and dizziness of motions sickness–symptoms that often culminate in vomiting. Children and pregnant women are generally among the most susceptible.
November 6th, 2013
The countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea are home to centuries of civilisation, cultures and beautiful ancient cities. One of the best ways to visit this region is on board a modern cruise ship – and here are some of the top stops.
Found on the west coast of Italy, Naples isn’t just the home of pizza. The city was founded by the Greeks and has been the home of many invading nationalities over the last couple of thousand years.