Seek Jobs For Me » Adventure We seek jobs for you, find your perfect job here Thu, 29 May 2014 16:48:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Why Vacation In The Costa Blanca, Spain Tue, 11 Sep 2012 14:05:11 +0000 If you are looking for beautiful beaches and a lot of fun, Spain’s Costa Blanca region bordering the Mediterranean Sea is the place for you. This region belongs to the Alicante Province starting with the small town of Denia and reaching to Torrevieja, the last significant town in the province and quite a popular one among tourists. As its name “Costa Blanca” indicates, this region enjoys a “white coast” of white, beautiful beaches available for residents and tourists to enjoy. Some of the popular holiday spots in which to enjoy these beaches include Javea, Altea, Moraira, Benidorm, Torrevieja and Guardamar.

There is something in each villa considered to be a tourism favorite. Each has that something special that will meet your holiday needs. Javea is located on the east Iberian Peninsula approximately ninety kilometers from Alicante and just slightly over one hundred kilometers from the city of Valencia. Both cities have their own international airports allowing for convenient travel. Reviewing a map of Spain will show that highway A-7 connects Javea to the rest of Europe using the exit ramps at Ondara (62) and Benissa (63). Javea is beautifully situated near the mountain peak Montgo and is rich in beautiful landscapes, fabulous beaches and a great World Heritage history. Your visit to Javea would not be complete without experiencing one its most interesting cultural pastimes, bullfighting. During the summer months, there is no need to purchase high-priced tickets to get a great seat in the bullring since the bulls are usually brought into the streets. Those turning eighteen years old make plans for this traditional event. A series of streets are blocked off at each end and a temporary corral is built to enclose the bulls. The idea is for the young men to show how brave they are. Sometimes at night, rag soaked in petrol is tied to the bulls’ horns and it up while the young men, again, show their bravery against the bulls.

In the summer, the most local people go to their country villa near the town centre where they harvest graves. Harvesting grapes is a hard and long process, using part of the muscatel grapes for making raisins. Javea was a great exporter and became known for brining economical growth to this area. During your visit, be sure to check out the popular markets. The market now includes many products with these Javea harvested grapes and raisins. This would definitely be a great sightseeing trip to include in your vacation.

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The southern Costa Blanca, Spain Wed, 04 Jul 2012 19:44:51 +0000 Flying into the International airport of Alicante, places you right in the centre of the Costa Blanca holiday region. To the south, the costal plane is fairly flat with long sandy beaches, many of them blue flag, ideal of your Costa Blanca vacation.

The region of Murcia has many golf courses to choose from, La Manga is probably the most famous, right at the southern most point of the Costa Blanca coast and next to the Mar Menor, an inland sea famed for its healing properties. The costal town of Torrevieja, with its port and new marina, is an ideal location for golfers to stay. Nearby are the golf resorts of Villamartin, Campoamor, Las Ramblas and Ciudad Quesada. Many people have visited this area from abroad, fallen in love with it and bought a home, either to settle down here or use as holiday accommodation or an investment.

To the south of Torrevieja is the rocky headland of Cabo Roig, often referred to as the jewel of the southern Costa Blanca with its hidden bays and blue flag beaches. Between Cabo Roig and Torrevieja are the resorts of La Zenia and Playa Flamenca with their family safe sandy beaches. Inland from Torrevieja are the salt lakes which have been mined for salt for centuries. The lakes are an ideal location for bird spotters as Flamingos can be seen here.

To the north of Torrevieja the sandy beach stretches some 17 km to Santa Pola and the resort village of La Marina. Both these vacation resorts are about 20 to 25 minutes from the airport at Alicante. La Marina and Santa Pola are near to the La Marquesa golf course at Rojales 8 km inland. The area is known as the market garden because of the numerous olive, orange, lemon groves.

Alicante is much more than just a setting for the airport. The town is steeped in history and has a beautiful promenade and excellent shopping district amongst the historic buildings. You can also catch a boat from here to the nature resort on the islands of Tabarca.

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Traveling In Spain Thu, 28 Jun 2012 22:49:14 +0000 The first thing to do after you’ve decided to vacation in Spain is to get a map of the area. If you’re not sure of where to go, or if you’d like to plan your itinerary, a detailed map of Spain is invaluable. It will help you schedule your day trips and calculate driving times, making for a more enjoyable vacation.

If you’re starting in the north, you’ll find a variety of coastal resorts and sleepy fishing villages, each with a different ambiance. The Pyrenees Mountains border Spain and France, and offer the opportunity to enjoy hiking and walking tours. You’ll enjoy immersing yourself in Spanish culture in the small towns, including La Rioja, where you can enjoy the fruits of the industry here: wine production.

Sprinkled throughout the small towns are fascinating points of interest, such as ancient monasteries and cave paintings. The metropolitan areas, including Madrid, the capital of Spain, bustle with activity and house many historical landmarks, including ancient churches and museums. Depending on your interests, you can enjoy natural, outdoor activities, or more fast-paced ones.

The center of the country is populated by several mountain ranges. The Sierra de Guadarrama, Sierra de Gredos and Montes de Toledo are the biggest ranges in this area. These areas are generally only visited when travelers are en route to the other side of the country.

The Mediterranean Sea borders the east side of the country. This region is divided into smaller coastal areas, such as the Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol. Here you’ll find the resort towns of Alicante, Torrevieja and Barcelona. Tourists generally flock here for the beaches, shopping and nightlife. Travelers are also drawn to the wide variety of golf courses in this area.

Whether you’re traveling with a group or on your own, be sure to get a map of the area. Even if you’re with a group, you’ll still find it helpful to have a map, to keep from getting lost. Identify the areas on your map that you’ll be visiting, to ensure you’re on track. If you’re traveling independently, it helps to have a very detailed map. If you’re driving, familiarizing yourself with the lay of the land, the major thoroughfares and the local streets may take some of the stress out of driving in a strange land.

With a detailed map and a brief overview of the popular areas of Spain, you’ll be equipped to plan the vacation that you’ll enjoy.

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Spain – Heaven Or Hell? Thu, 28 Jun 2012 20:20:38 +0000 Depending on who you listen to, Spain can be heaven on earth, or it can be the worst place imaginable to visit. Who is right?

There is no doubt that Spain has many charms and can be extremely attractive as a tourist destination. It is, in fact, the third most visited country in the world (after France and the United States).

The reasons are many, beginning with a climate that is reliable enough for visitors to find sun almost year round. But not everyone goes to Spain for a beach holiday. More and more people are travelling to Spain to enjoy the wonderful cultural heritage of the country: Spain has the second-highest number of UNESCO World Heritage sites in the world, after Italy. The country is dotted with castles and palaces, with snowcapped mountains, stunning sights and vibrant, modern cities. Contemporary Spanish architecture is considered to be among the best in the world…

What is more, getting around in Spain to see all these things is now much easier than just a few years ago. There is an excellent network of highways, and a growing number of high-speed (AVE) train lines. A number of domestic airlines, and even a couple of international low-cost operators, offer flights between most of the major cities.

So, what is the problem?

Some people will tell you that the tourist destinations in Spain are overcrowded, the buildings are like beehives, you can’t find a place to lay your towel on the beach, etc. Others say that Spain is an unsafe country, where you are likely to be mugged or robbed.

While these criticisms have some truth in them, I think they should not put you off visiting Spain. It is true that some of the most popular tourist resorts on the Costa Brava or Costa de la Luz may be extremely crowded, but there are many other resorts where you can find peace and quiet. It is also true that the resorts are overcrowded between June and September, and if you go out of season you can enjoy all the facilities of a first-class resort without the overbearing crowds. What is more, this argument only refers to beach resorts, whereas more and more people are looking to Spain for cultural or scenic trips. It is extremely easy to get away from it all inland, in the mountains or in the countryside.

Finally, the argument about Spain being unsafe is only relatively true. Spain has become much less safe than a few years ago, but unfortunately this is true of much of the developed world. When visiting Spain, you need to take the same precautions as you would in any other place – even in the major cities in your own country.

All things considered, I think it’s fair to say that Spain is neither a heaven or a hell, but on balance it has a lot more in favor than against.

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Hamlet Thu, 08 Apr 2010 00:00:00 +0000 http://hamlet HamletMayhem and hilarity ensue when a scientist travels back in time and gets mixed up with characters from William Shakespeare's play, Hamlet!
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HamletMayhem and hilarity ensue when a scientist travels back in time and gets mixed up with characters from William Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet! Guide the man from the future as he embarks on a mind-bending mission to saveHamlet’s girlfriend, Ophelia, from the clutches of the evil Claudius. Solve a variety of cunning point-and-click puzzles and advance from one sidesplitting scene to the next as you defeat bosses and overcome mental obstacles. The story will have you in stitches and the fresh challenges will captivate you from beginning to end!

Windows XP, Vista or 7 / 1 GHz processor / 512 MB RAM / 100 MB hard drive space / 128 MB graphics card / DirectX 9.0


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