Skylink 50CC – The World Models

September 16, 2011


Second flight of the recent launch from TWM. It flies slowly, very stable and easy to land. The Skylink is the ideal plataform to begin giant scale category. It is powered by a JBA 50CC gasoline engine.

DBZ Infinite World Majin Buu Saga All Dragon Missions

June 9, 2011


All the Dragon Missions from the Majin Buu Saga in Infinite World. List in Order: 1.Flight Training! 2.Play with Goten!

Unique Melbourne: All the World in Australia

August 16, 2010

One of the greatest pleasures of a visit to Melbourne is the opportunity to sample its cosmopolitan offerings. Where else in the world can you sip an espresso in Little Italy, shop in Chinatown and wander through Little Vietnam all in one morning? And you still have the rest of the day to dine at Greek restaurants and savour Turkey, India and the Middle East in the Brunswick district. To say that Melbourne is cosmopolitan is an understatement. For one thing, Australia’s second-largest city is home to more people of Greek descent than any other city except Athens. In fact, nearly a third of Melbournians were either born overseas or have parents who were born overseas. What this means to you the holiday maker is the chance to savour a uniquely international Australian experience. So what are some of the more interesting ethnic quarters? The city’s Greek Precinct situated in and around Lonsdale Street has its origins in the 1930s. Today the area is home to Greek restaurants, cafes and cake shops along with travel agents, book and music stores, and specialised shops that provided wedding and christening garments.. Melbourne’s Chinatown is Australia’s oldest, dating back to the 1850s gold rush years. It began as a few shops and boarding houses in Celestial Avenue to cater for arrivals from southern China. Today’s Chinatown is a vibrant, colourful place jammed with shops and restaurants. There’s a Chinese Museum in Cohen Place with five floors of exhibitions and the Tianjin Garden houses a Chinese pavilion, rockery and water garden. Italian immigrants once favoured the inner-city suburb of Carlton. Though many have moved to the suburbs, this leafy stretch lined with Victorian terraces still house scores of Italian shops, cafes and restaurants. It’s a fine place to go for an espresso or a full Italian meal. The Vietnamese have made Victoria Street into their community and the area’s famed for its good, cheap food including pho (noodle soup) and spring rolls. If you arrive in Melbourne during one of these many festivals you’re in for a special treat. Chinese New Year is a time of gongs, fireworks and gambolling dragons, Divali the Hindu festival of lights a time of flickering candles and oil lamps, and the Lao have their own dignified Buddhist celebrations. Melbourne’s Italians hold the Lygon Street Festa every October which features the Italian waiters’ race and a spaghetti-eating contest. If you want to learn more about Melbourne’s cosmopolitan history, visit the Immigration Museum. Here you can find out all about the city’s multicultural past and present. The museum is located in the restored Old Customs House building which was formerly the gateway to a new life for those who aspired to make Melbourne their home. Melbourne’s multicultural makeup adds a tremendous zest to the city. Another of the city’s joys is the fine range of accommodation. Among the fine range of Melbourne City hotels are the Comfort Inn and Suites Flagstaff City Melbourne and the HarbourView Apartment Hotel Melbourne.

Hong Kong Museum Of Art, The Art History Of Hong Kong And The Rest Of The World

July 12, 2010

The Hong Kong Museum of Art is located at 10 Salisbury Road, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong and is a museum dedicated towards the Chinese Cultural Heritage. The museum is also caters for both international as well as local art in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Museum of Art was at first formed in 1962 by the Urban Council as the City Hall Museum and Art Gallery and was located at the City Hall, which lies in Central. Later in 1991, the Hong Kong Museum of Art was shifted to its current location, 10 Salisbury Road, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. The present location lies near the Hong Kong Space Museum and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui. The Hong Kong Museum of Art is run by the Hong Kong Government. The Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Government is responsible for the management of the Hong Kong Museum of Art. The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware, located in the Hong Kong Park is a branch of the Hong Kong Museum of Art.The Hong Kong Museum of Art has a frequent rotation of displays, much of eh exhibits include sculpture, calligraphy and paintings mainly from Hong Kong and China but also from the rest of the world.After a good and maybe even a tiring day spent at the museum a splendid idea would be to head off to a Hong Kong Spa for some relaxation. One good Spa in Hong Kong is the Chuan Spa Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Museum of Art ? explore a world of oriental aesthetics

March 24, 2010

Located in the southern part of China, Hong Kong boasts of multitude of attractions where the Hong Kong Museum of Art has become one of the highlights of Hong Kong tours.

Under the administration of Leisure & Cultural Services Department, the museum was launched in 1962 with the intention of preserving Chinese heritage whilst promoting art among the masses. The Hong Kong Museum of Art manages an array of educational programs corresponding with their exhibitions to enlighten the art enthusiasts. Moreover it also features an interesting variety of thematic exhibits to entertain tourists from the world over.

You can witness an enormous collection of about 15,000 exhibits encompassing Chinese paintings, Chinese antiques and treasures, historical paintings and calligraphy in addition to displaying artworks of popular local artists.

The highlights of the special exhibitions are themed as Louis Vuitton: A Passion for Creation, “Hong Kong Art Open Dialogue” Exhibition Series IV – Charming Experience, A Selection of Chinese Paintings from the Xubaizhai Collection, New Literati Painting as well as No Frontiers: The Art of Ding Yanyong and so forth.

What’s more, the site also claims to hold permanent exhibitions themed as Chinese Gold as well as Gems of Chinese Ceramics from the Hong Kong Museum of Art. You can tour around the premises to explore various thematic exhibitions namely Chinese Antiques, Chinese Fine Arts, Historical Pictures, Hong Kong Art, K.S. Lo Collection of Tea Ware and Seals in addition to Xubaizhai Collection of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy.

You can also visit its branch by the name Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware sited at the premises of the Hong Kong Park. Specializing in collecting, studying and displaying tea ware the Flagstaff House presents a wide range of Yixing teapots, conferred by Dr. K.S. Lo. This museum also holds tea gatherings, regular demonstrations and lectures to raise the awareness of Chinese Tea consuming culture and the native Ceramic Arts.

The Hong Kong Museum of Art also arranges workshops, special lectures, video programs, art demonstrations on top of public guided tours to inspire and enlighten the public about the fascinating forms of arts. There are many hotels in Hong Kong including the Cosmo Hotel resting close to the museum. You can conveniently find lodging at a hotel in Hong Kong offering modern conveniences and cozy abodes for spending an aesthetically enriched holiday in Hong Kong.

Arizona, USA – A World Class Adventure

March 22, 2010

Arizona has Petrified Forests in such abundance at the Petrified Forest National Park. Drive through it or for a closer look go on hiking trails found there. It is located just off 1-40 in North East Arizona.
The Lost Dutchman mine was never rediscovered, there is a superstition that Gold can still be found, many adventurers visit this place called the Lost Dutchman State Park. Wilderness can still be explored and a desert Lake, Canyon Lake is very near to it.
Most of the tourists camp, hike or picnic at these desert trails. Handicapped people are also welcomed here.
The world’s largest natural bridge (400 ft wide & 183 ft in height) over looking the Pine Creek is in Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. Flowing streams, upstream of the canyon, make a spectacular view.
A century old hotel, refurbished, provides excellent viewing. It is located 13 miles North West Payson off State Route 87. Picnicking or hiking is also catered for.
Considered to be Mother Nature’s finest playground is Slide Rock State Park. The Park’s name comes from 30 ft long water sliding down the rocks. The canyon here has Red Rock walls & pine forests. An Apple orchard is also an added attraction.
A huge crowd is always gathered here to refresh themselves at Slide Rocks during summer months. The parking facilities has also been expanded recently.
Just a few miles off West of Sedona in Arizona State is 286 acres of Red Rock State Park. Picnic areas and classrooms may be reserved for the public but they do provide education to school groups and private groups as well.
Swimming and going across water is available to local wildlife only and please don’t bring your pets as this is a place where there are no facilities for them. Still they provide camping sites, picnic grounds, hiking trails, classrooms, visitor’s center with a great theater and of course a gift shop.
Right next to the Community of Cottonwood, in the scenic Verde Valley, is Dead Horse Ranch State Park. Now don’t get alarmed by its name as here you can do bird watching, camping, canoeing, horseback riding, picnicking and stream & pond fishing.
Here you can also go hiking and the Equestrian events are held regularly.
Near the City of Show Low is located Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area. Imagine camping on a lake shore and watching the noble great blue herons. Show Low Creek falls into this lake, which provides water to lots of wild animals and it has a very different fishing area.
It has a huge variety of fish like rainbow trout, brown trout, channel catfish, walleye and green sunfish. Nearby White Mountain Trail System offers many hiking trails. This place adjoins the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest where you can get the geographical maps too.
This site offers agricultural features, camping sites, pit houses and lots of other sites. It is located a few miles North East of Winslow on State Route 87. Archeologists work in June & July only from Monday till Friday. Here archaeological exhibitions are also held many times a year.
This place offers many recreational areas with picnic tables electric supply, tent pads and grills.
As there is no size restriction on boats Lyman Lake State is 1500 acres of really beautiful Lake. A small herd of buffaloes are always grazing near the access road. A nice & restricted no-wake place for anglers.
This place offers facilities that include rock hounding trails, fishing, hiking, boat rentals and a swimming pool. General boat rental concessions are available by booking in advance.
On the foot of Mount Graham is a haven known as Roper Lake State Park. An excellent place for fishing, swimming, hiking, picnicking and camping. Camp on the lake shore & avail a natural hot-bath tub which is prepared by park rangers. The park is located a few miles South of Safford off US Route 191.
Lots of other facilities include rest rooms, shower rooms, fishing pad (also for handicapped persons), waste disposal grounds, Electric hookup, boat ramp and Natural hot springs.
Desert scenery and an isolated place is Alamo Lake State Park. It is located on Bill Williams River and after some miles falls into Colorado River.
With a backdrop of picturesque Rawhide & Buckskin Mountains it presents a stunning view. Abundance of wildlife includes Bald Eagles, Coyote, Deer, Quails and wild Burros are the area’s trademark.
Some of the basic facilities include Group use area, hiking, fishing, Electric hook up, boating, rest room showers (accessible for the handicapped) and waste disposal area.
Buckskin Mountain State Park is located between the Mountains & the Colorado River, is a welcome site both for nature lovers and hikers. Three fully developed trails on these mountains that go up the steep bluffs are always inviting to hikers.
The River welcomes swimmers, pleasure boaters and water skiers with open arms. Anglers vie for channel cat fish, crappie, large mouth bass and bluegill.
There are two distinct units at Lake Havasu State Park, Windsor Beach and Cattail Cove. Windsor beach is a day out park with all water crafted facilities. It is located in a wonderfully developed area in Lake Havasu City just North of the Famed imported old London Bridge.
Two and a half miles long and spread over 250 acres, Patagonia Lake State Park offers a variety of recreational outdoor activities. The lake is filled with catfish, bluegill, crappie and bass and in winter by rainbow trout.
Because of huge gatherings, water skiing and jet skiing are banned in summer weekends.
For anglers facilities of half of the lake is converted into a no-wake area. It offers water & electric hook ups, picnic places, a swimming beach and a marina store with boat rentals.
For any information about big hunting game contact Arizona’s Game and Fish department.
Hope your stay in Arizona is a very memorable one.

Official World War 2 Flight Training DVD Video Over 3 Hours

March 13, 2010

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X For Pilots Real World Training

February 21, 2010

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Part 9 – Katie Mcgrath Fight Training – Inside the World of Merlin with BAFTA 21 Nov 2009

January 13, 2010

Watch the OFFICIAL version on the BAFTA website:
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Inside the World of Merlin with BAFTA 21 Nov 2009

Ever wondered how TV makers create the magic you see on screen?
21 November 2009

Part 6 Colin Morgan

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Low flying plane in New york city 4/27/09 RAW VIDEO (ABC)

May 14, 2009

NEW YORK (WABC) — A photo shoot involving an Air Force aircraft and a fighter jet led to hundreds of frightened calls from residents and workers in Lower Manhattan Monday.

For a half-hour, the Boeing 747 and F-16 jet circled the Statue of Liberty and the lower Manhattan skyline near the World Trade Center site. Offices evacuated. Dispatchers were inundated with calls. Witnesses thought the planes were flying dangerously low. The exercise involved an F-16 escorting the plane, a Boeing 747, over Battery Park City and up the Hudson River. Some reports quoted an administration official who said the purpose of the photo op was to update file photos of the president’s plane near the Lady Liberty.

The large plane is the military version of the 747 and is the type of plane the president uses to fly. When he is aboard, the plane is referred to as Air Force One.

The head of White House Military Office apologized for the incident late Monday.

“Last week, I approved a mission over New York. I take responsibility for that decision,” said Louis Caledra. “While federal authorities took the proper steps to notify state and local authorities in New York and New Jersey, it’s clear that the mission created confusion and disruption. I apologize and take responsibility for any distress that flight caused.”

President Obama was apparently not informed of the flight. When he learned what happened, sources said Obama was furious.

The maneuver was coordinated in advance with the FAA and state and local officials.

The Defense Department “coordinated the flight with FAA,” FAA spokeman Jim Peters said, “and we made the notifications to the city of New York, as well as the 311 and 911 centers, the NYPD, New Jersey State Police and various operations centers in the New York area.”

City officials were notified, but not the general public.

“The flight of a VC-25 aircraft and F-16 fighters this morning was authorized by the FAA for the vicinity of the Statue of Liberty with directives to local authorities not to disclose information about it, but to direct any inquiries to the FAA Air Traffic Security Coordinator,” a police statement read.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he is furious that the federal government flew the planes near Ground Zero. Bloomberg says the flyover so near the World Trade Center site showed “poor judgment” and was insensitive. He says he is furious that the NYPD and another city agency were notified last week, but did not tell him.

If he had known, Bloomberg says he would have tried to stop it.

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NEW YORK (WABC) — A photo shoot involving an Air Force aircraft and a fighter jet led to hundreds of frightened calls from residents and workers in Lower Manhattan Monday.

For a half-hour, the Boeing 747 and F-16 jet circled the Statue of Liberty and the lower Manhattan skyline near the World Trade Center site. Offices evacuated. Dispatchers were inundated with calls. Witnesses thought the planes were flying dangerously low.

But the flyover was nothing but a photo op, apparently one of a series of flights to get pictures of the plane in front of national landmarks.
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The exercise involved an F-16 escorting the plane, a Boeing 747, over Battery Park City and up the Hudson River. Some reports quoted an administration official who said the purpose of the photo op was to update file photos of the president’s plane near the Lady Liberty.

The large plane is the military version of the 747 and is the type of plane the president uses to fly. When he is aboard, the plane is referred to as Air Force One.

The head of White House Military Office apologized for the incident late Monday.

“Last week, I approved a mission over New York. I take responsibility for that decision,” said Louis Caledra. “While federal authorities took the proper steps to notify state and local authorities in New York and New Jersey, it’s clear that the mission created confusion and disruption. I apologize and take responsibility for any distress that flight caused.”

President Obama was apparently not informed of the flight. When he learned what happened, sources said Obama was furious.

City officials were notified, but not the general public.

“The flight of a VC-25 aircraft and F-16 fighters this morning was authorized by the FAA for the vicinity of the Statue of Liberty with directives to local authorities not to disclose information about it, but to direct any inquiries to the FAA Air Traffic Security Coordinator,” a police statement read.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he is furious that the federal government flew the planes near Ground Zero. Bloomberg says the flyover so near the World Trade Center site showed “poor judgment” and was insensitive. He says he is furious that the NYPD and another city agency were notified last week, but did not tell him.

If he had known, Bloomberg says he would have tried to stop it.

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