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dog sledding, dog sledding tours, northern travel, arctic travel, dog sled tours. Long before we had heard the words eco-friendly, my family was already traveling in the Arctic in the time-honored and traditional way - by dog sled. My parents, explorers at heart I'm sure read more
Polar bears are one of the most impressive and effective of the large predators.Their range is slowly being eroded by global warming, and some feel they are next for the endangered species list. Until recently though, any kind of encounter with these majestic creatures was restricted to zoos or wild animal parks. Now, eco-tourists can travel to the high arctic and live, in relative safety, within the bears' territory. read more
NASA chose 7 top companies for commerical aerospace transport manufacture in the 2010s. They were chosen to design and build a commercial spaceship and all were successful. read more
If I were a cat I reckon I would have used up at least eight of my nine lives on the Lao bus trip from Vang Vieng to Luang Prabang. The bus trip is excessively windy, narrow and its scary reputation precedes it. ... read more
Need to take a train in Poland but don't speak Polish? Consult this guide (written by an American who lived in Poland for 2 years) first! read more
If you think about the discoveries that man has made, it is mind boggling the way we have changed the planet. Then think about the humble beginnings of the cave man and you suddenly wonder how it came to be. The secret I feel lies in the circle. Or... read more
Without booking the correct seat location for your flight you may find yourself stuck in a middle seat with a neighbor who has a weak bladder and a desire to spend the entire flight consuming large amounts of liquid. Needless to say you will not get much rest as your fellow passenger climbs over you every hour or so when he needs to relieve himself. read more
Why we need to campaign for more cycle routes and how your comments can help me put my case forward. read more
The history of high speed rail trains in Europe began in 1939 and continues now. The biggest restrictions on the future is the old rails throughout much of Europe. upgrading is expensive and slow. read more
Biking is an effective way to exercise without putting too much pressure on your joints. For aging folks as well as young, biking can improve your health. read more
The scenic flight cruised slowly over the sprawling city of Auckland, its magnificent sparkling harbor beautifully laid out below us. We're passengers in a DC3 aircraft restored by enthusiasts - she's an ex commercial aircraft and served in the war. read more
There are various day trips that a visitor can choose from when visiting the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa. The Robben Island Ferry trip to Robben Island remains one of the most popular.
The trip on the ferry lasts for about 40 minutes and the scenic views of Cape Town with the majestic Table Mountain in the background make this ferry ride an exceptionally memorable one. read more
Boating and sailing cruising is one of those alluring forms of transportation and recreation but it’s an activity which is loaded with strange terminology. A short guide unravelling some of these words. read more
Living in the Chicago area, public transportation can be a pain in my ... back! With less people riding the buses, fares are increasing, service is poor, and the schedule is a mess. It could be much better if more people rode public transit in place of driving their personal cars to work. But how to accomplish this is an elusive target. So I figured I would put out my ideas to inspire other to take note and help to change the system. read more
The Huey was the first turbine-equipped U.S. helicopter to go into production and although originally intended for evacuation purposes it did not take long before the Huey was being used by the Army in operational services. read more
world it is train using magnet principle and the train is “floating”.
Maglev - Wikipedia: Maglev, or magnetic levitation, is
a system of transportation that suspends, guides and propels vehicles,
predominantly trains, using... read more
Just over 80 years ago,Table Mountain Aerial
Cableway Company (TMACC) was officially opened since then more than 18 million people have had the honor of reaching the top of this enchanting mountain by cable car.... read more
This is embarrassing enough to remember much less actually write about it; but here goes. I did not pass my driving license test until I was 19 years old!
Sad, but true. The tomboy that had a Suzuki 90 since she was 13 years old was unable to... read more
This week's HubMob is about transportation. Our HubMobsters are working on interesting hubs about all manners of conveyance. You'll find their offerings interesting and entertaining. You might even say that The HubMob Conveyance Co. hubs are moving. read more
Flying. If God really wanted us to fly he would have created us with wings. Instead he gave us legs to walk with. Good strong legs. Legs that can walk long distances. But, we like to travel, go to far off places, and we like to do this... read more
Transportation is indeed vital to us, for it will help an individual travel from one place to another.
A Cuba holiday is an enriching experience. The main forms of transportation are outlined here - tourist buses, trains, air, rental car, classic car, horse and cart and taxi. read more
German ICE high speed passenger train (a form of multiple unit, picture courtesy of wikipedia Traveling by train is an awesome experience as you can see the beauty of the sceneries and gives you time to relax more while traveling. It is one way of... read more
My first car was a 1968 Chevrolet Impala, 4 door, 327 cubic inch motor, with a 4 barrel carburetor. It was the most ugly shade of green. The interior was a green and gold. Pretty stylish for the time, I guess. But, when it's the late 70s and it's... read more
Find out more about Paris bike tour logistics and precautions. Explore the city and sightsee with freedom. read more
The future of the Outeniqua Choo Tjoe train, the only scheduled steam train remaining in Africa, is hanging in the balance. The future of the Outeniqua has been in the balance for some time now and rumors were that Transnet was considering closing down the operation at the end of June this year. Transnet shut-down this route for what was intended to be a month's maintenance but this was extended to 19 October 2009. read more
The Philippine jeepney is one of its kind in the world.
It is a colorful and fun means of transportation. Getting on and off it requires some ingenuity. That's why I call it art. read more
Cruising is a major segment of the tourism industry and a popular way to vacation. Unlike other means of transportation, where the vehicle is simply a means to get to one's destination, on a cruise, the ship is the destination as one's entire... read more
For most people dust is something to clean up with a vacum cleaner or dust rag. However, in dry desert areas with limited vegetation to hold the sandy soil in place, sand and dust are easily picked up and blown about by the wind. Heavy,... read more
I remember it well. It was my first trip home from college while
attending State University of New York at Plattsburgh. Back then, my first winter in Plattsburgh was the
coldest winter I’d ever experienced in all my life. It seemed that every... read more
Thinking of buying a second hand car? This hub provides some reasons (more on advantages) on why you should buy a second hand car. read more
My Own Means Of Transport: ...Till My Deathbed!
Holding a driver's license for me has been one of those utmost senses of freedom availed to me. Having my own car has given me such liberty I can come and go as I please. It has on the other hand turned me into this "devil may care person". It is a way of letting my hair down. It is something I intend to hold onto till my deathbed!
The Volkswagen Transporter offers high level cab comfort with many seating, heating, storage and entertainment features. An impressive standard safety package means you can rest assured the Transporter's occupants and load will be safe. This is my 1st Transporter and I bought quite a high spec van. Medium roof wth 180ps Bi-turbo. Very disappointed with the high level of road noise in the cab and not as torquey as I’d of thought it should be!
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