It’s the same dilemma we all face when we’re booking a holiday. Do we drive to the airport, take the train, hop on a bus or fork out for taxis? One way or the other, unless you’ve got a sympathetic friend or a family member who can drop you off at the terminal, you’re going to have to pay for the privilege of getting to your departure airport.
Of course it makes sense to choose your nearest airport, both for cheaper transport costs and for ease of access, but if it’s a small or regional airport you may have to pay supplements if you choose this over a larger airport such as Gatwick or Manchester.
Judging by the vast array of cars parked near the terminals and the masses of parking providers clustered around the airports, it’s clear that many of us opt for airport parking. But how do you find a good deal on airport parking that won’t break the bank? Continue reading “How to find a Good Deal on Airport Parking” »
Travelling is one of those pastimes many of us claim we want to do, but never get around to. Why? Life gets in the way. That and our own reluctance to step out of our comfort zones. When you decide to go, it’s important to choose your destinations based on what you want to get out of the experience. So have a sit and think it through. Some reason you may come up with are:
Broaden my horizons
There’s more to see than the sights just beyond your back yard. Not taking the opportunity is a waste. You’ll find that you’ll see the world in a different light when it’s right in front of you, and make you more aware of other ways of life, and the limitations you thought were on yours. Continue reading “What do you want to get out of your travels?” »
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better.
It’s not. “ - Dr. Seuss, The Lorax
Thanks to the Free Movie passes sponsored by the Climate Change Commission of the Philippines, I was finally able to watch The LORAX on the big screen, better yet on IMAX 3D!
From the creators of the movie “Despicable Me” and the brilliant authorship of Dr. Seuss comes the spectacular 3D-CGI adaptation of the favorite children’s classic, The Lorax.
Set on a futuristic society where plastic dominates everything and even the mere air bought, the colorful animated story follows the adventure of Ted, a 12-year old boy, as he search for the one thing that will earn him the love and affection of his dream girl. His clues will inevitably lead him to discover the grim condition of the environment outside the city he lives in and his quest would bring him to the doorstep of Once-ler. After gaining Once-ler’s trust, he will chance upon the story of The Lorax, the cute, fluffy, adorable creature who doubles as the guardian of the forest and speaker for the trees.
True to the virtues of the book, the movie doesn’t only feature spectacular visual entertainment but more importantly it highlights the significance of taking care of the environment before it’s too late. It teaches its audience, both the young and young-at-hearts, about caring for our surroundings, its relevance and the grim consequences that blackens our future should we fail. Continue reading “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax vs. Climate Change” »
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