Archive - June 2010

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Things to do in Sydney, Australia
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I’ve been to two of the ten tallest building in the world
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Looking for an iPhone 4 Sponsor
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Burj Khalifa, Dubai – The Tallest Building in the World

Things to do in Sydney, Australia

Some of my relatives live in Sydney, Australia for some time now and they have been inviting me to visit them and since I love to travel they thought I might like it.  I will have a chance to see the famous landmark of Australia – The Sydney Opera House. There are lots of adventurous things to do in Sydney.

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I’ve been to two of the ten tallest building in the world

 

Currently Burj Khalifa tops the list of top 10 tallest building in the world and it’s followed by Taipei 101 of Taiwan.  For the past two years of traveling, I have only seen two or let me say three of these buildings.  One is the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, UAE two months ago and in 2008 were The Petronas Towers from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with a towering height of 1.483 feet each. Read More

Looking for an iPhone 4 Sponsor

You may probably ask why am I blogging about the latest iPhone 4 in my travel blog, well who doesn’t since Steve Jobs introduced the latest gadget phone?  Here’s why, iPhone has a lot of applications about traveling, you can search for an address of a restaurant, when you get sick while you’re traveling you can search a doctor near you and call or email directly, or you can even have an application that can translate Tagalog to English.  It’s a must to have.

IPhone 4 can be pre-ordered now and will start shipping on June 24, 2010 in the United States.  iPhone 4 in the Philippines will partner with Globe Telecommunications and have a tentative release date in September. 

I’m calling all the good Samaritans out there who are willing to donate an iPhone 4.  Show me the love.

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Burj Khalifa, Dubai – The Tallest Building in the World

The main reason why we booked Al Manzil Hotel for our overnight stay in Dubai was to be near the tallest building in the world – Burj Khalifa.  My room had a Burj Khalifa view and it sounds perfect for my photo ops, unfortunately I wasn’t able to use tripod that I got just for this purpose. Darn! So all the photos I took was all hand held. I know, I know, there will be next time, this coming August I will make sure I will have the perfect shot of that building, to see the observation deck and to watch the magnificent fountain near the base of the building that can reach more than three stories high.

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