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Several users have begun to complain that their electronic book readers stopped working after passing through the control of an airport. Initially they blamed the x-ray machines, but the reason could be easier: the static electricity generated in the rubber tapes.
Complaints, however, does not affect devices as Kindle Fire, Tablet from Amazon, because there is a display of electronic ink, but only to e-books among its components.
Affected users discovered that their readers had stopped working after passing through security control, so it thought that x-ray machines had interacted in some way with the devices. Read the rest of this entry »
The Caribbean, its islands and beautiful beaches are the destination of many who seek relaxation in an almost magical, enjoying the sun and the sea. But, when is best to go to the Caribbean? What time of year the weather is better? When airline tickets are cheaper? Here we tell you what you need to know to decide when to go to the Caribbean to enjoy a well deserved holiday.
The climate is fundamental for many when deciding when to go to the Caribbean. But the truth is that by its proximity to Ecuador, the Caribbean islands have an almost year-round season: summer.
Clear that there is a hurricane season. It starts around July and lasts until October. In general not surprising from May to December rainfall is occurring, but may vary from island to island (in order to accounts that are no tropical islands?). As a recommendation if one takes into account the weather, it’s best to go in late December, January, and even into April.
Tips for renting a motorcycle in Southeast Asia, the best way to discover the most remote and amazing in Southeast Asia.
Renting a bike is easy in most Southeast Asian countries. You can find places on the streets, and even the youth hostels will rent. In some countries do not you ask a driver’s license, but in others, like Malaysia, may be required.
The first step is to learn to ride a motorcycle. Small bikes rent for tourists in general are easy to use, especially automatics. By contrast, the manuals may require some preparation.
Then we learn the local driving rules that exist, but we seem not. In Thailand they drive on the left so pay attention! Vietnam has a reputation for being an unsafe destination for riding a motorcycle (which does not mean that you can not do it, but you must be even more careful.)
If you wish to make longer trips on a motorcycle, do not forget to carry maps, water and a hat. A good idea may be to buy a motorcycle and sell it when you have finished your course (paragraph shall walk at least 3 weeks).