Archive for November, 2011
If you are looking for Costa Blanca, Calpe to the north along the Costa Blanca on the Mediterranean. His name is also Calpe, converted from Spain, because the hills are steep and rocky stone, and Ifach, Phoenician for “north”. In the north of the fantastic vacation instead of Altea and south of Denia, with the first hotel, the tourists, including those known as Ernest Hemingway chose, built in 1935. Calpe is located in the province of Alicante in the north of Benidorm.
Favorite attraction is the Penon de Ifach Calpe. This is a large rock that is more than 85 hectares or 35 acres and by measuring 1089 feet or 332 meters of cover. Classification is a protected nature reserve in 1987 and has attracted wild birds and plants that live in large stone chips. Calpe developments in the resort area with lots of traffic that is needed for rating more than 300 species of wild animals that live coverage.
Penon de Ifach interest to many disciplines, including geology, botany and more. There were gulls money fast and wild endangered, along with the types of plants found only on the Penon de Ifach. This is a difficult climb, on foot across an interesting bridge that was built in 1918 for people who are capable of climbing scenery Costa Blanca, is spectacular.
For people from the plane Calpe, there are 61 airport terminals km or 38 miles to the airport terminal at Alicante El Altet. So an hour away from Manises airport terminal. N-332 is free, but the motorway A-7 considered the easiest way, safer and faster
A Few years fast forward, and We do not work “real jobs” or time spent, Just saw a piece on our journey to live the lifestyle of cells. During our stay abroad, We do not realize how The Way We travels entrepreneurs. In a world That encourages households travel experience, We Are Otherwise toll.
Most people have never experienced – you do not need to speak “sign language” universal elevator, numbers and documents in the new language, or read a bus
schedule in South Asia.
But these people do this all the time. They met a situation That seems a impossible, and Make Them Work. And that’s the first lesson of the company. One night in the shelters is full-time job. The trip is about connecting with others and share knowledge.
This is a business.
Every person you meet has the power to change the direction of his life – through your road trip or a business plan.
Plan, but be flexible
Estimated time is a killer. Delayed flights. Bus error. The streets are nice, but all travelers Should Be prepared for Cancellations, unforeseen problems and obstacles. Business planning is the same way. Without flexibility, high fraud possibilities and opportunities That must be ignored.
We know the fear That Good
No fear, no fear of good and bad. Concerns good jumping off a plane from 12.000 feet or book flights Several months traveling solo.
Southeast Asia has long been a major stopping point for backpackers around the world. Exotic destinations, beautiful beaches and mountains, bustling cities, fantastic food, friendly people, a well trodden tourist trail, and super cheap prices all contribute to one of the top regions in the world for traveling.
From the smiling faces and pristine beaches in Thailand, to the incredible, fresh food in Vietnam, to one of the most impressive sites in the world in Cambodia, to the sleepy, still undiscovered lands of Laos, Southeast Asia is ripe for the picking if you love to travel.
Planning your trip to Southeast Asia
- Bus quality varies from country to country and even city to city.
Minibuses- While not the most comfortable transport in the world.
minibuses are in all Southeast Asian countries in some form or another (costing practically nothing),The unifying factor amongst bus transport is that it’s dirt cheap.
Train- Trains are available in all countries as well, with some really nice ones in Thailand, in particular.
Boat- One of the coolest modes of transport around Southeast Asia is by riverboat.
In order to travel on a super, super cheap budget (think under $20-25US/day), you’re going to have to rough it a bit in Southeast Asia. Thailand and Vietnam are a little more expensive than Laos and Cambodia, but if you plan on $35US/day for these four countries, you’ll be traveling well most of the time.
Travelers can get visas on arrival in Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia. For example, if arriving in Thailand by land, it is standard to only receive a 15-day tourist visa, but if you arrive by air, you receive a 30-day visa. Laos and Cambodia both offer 30-day visas upon arrival.