Going on a trip, either through the desert or vacationing in a desert climate, means that you need to be prepared. Going in without the right equipment or supplies could result in heatstroke or worse.
Imagine this: Godzilla, Mechagodzilla, King Ghidorah and more collects $200 every time they passes GO and invade the “city” by buying, selling and trading locations like Monster Island, Kitakami Lake and more.
If you work in tech, yours must be a very exciting life. However, every so often, you might find yourself in between jobs or needing an extra buck. Sometimes, you might even want to take a break from the tech world.
Spring carnivals are ideal for simultaneously bringing the community together and potentially raising money for an organization or good cause. However, before you begin planning an event of this size, you need to realize that they require a high level of planning and organization.
When was the last time you actually complete a game of Monopoly? Wait. Don’t answer that because, Hasbro has a new Monopoly board game, aptly called Monopoly Longest Game Ever, that is likely not to end.
Fans of LEGO Star Wars may want to hit up LEGOLAND before 2019 comes to an end because, we heard that LEGOLAND has put out words that starting from 2020, Star Wars Miniland will disappear from all the parks.
The weekend is the ideal time to relax and unwind at the end of a busy week. You should use your weekends to de-stress, catch up with family and friends, and spend time doing leisure activities you enjoy.
For those who can’t get enough of technology and all its glory, there are literally hundreds of thousands of websites available to day that are sure to excite you and leave you feeling satisfied (tech-tisfied?). Read on to find out our favorite sites that anyone who loves tech needs to visit now.
So, you think the unicorn float for six is huge? Well, you ain’t see nothing yet. Come 2020, there will be a party happening in Australia where the world’s largest inflatable unicorn, Unicornzilla, will be there. You heard that right. A beach party involving a, well, Godzilla-size unicorn float.
Thrill rides derive thrill through speed and height. It has been a tried-and-tested formula since thrill rides were invented. However, as it turns out, thrill does not required speed as proven by Sky Cycle, a “thrill ride” at Washuzan Highland’s Brazilian Park in Kurashiki-city, Okayama, Japan.