A good portable telescope? Not a beginner?
I am looking for a good portable telescope to take with me camping. Can anyone recommend one? (I am based in UK) Don’t want to take my meade etx with me but as it will be a second scope not too pricey. Many thanks.
Here is a good little “grab and go” telescope. It is a beginner telescope but the Sky and Telescope editors liked it even though they are all advanced users.
can you help me identify this camera?
any idea what camera this girl is using?
i want to buy a camera for professional photorgaphy.
which camera would be better for a beginner?
Consider the Canon PowerShot SX1:
Which Muay Thai camp?
Hi I’m 35 yrs old, I’ve done a little Krav maga a few years ago, currently I’m inactive – though not overweight and I’m medically fit. I have the opportunity and time to go to Thailand for 3 months and learn mt. I’m not aiming to be a pro, but I would like to get fit, learn the sport to a reasonable standard and then continue it as a 2x weekly hobby in the UK.
I want to make the best of my time in Thailand, can anyone recommend a good camp? I’ve been looking into Horizon mt on Koh Phangan (they welcome beginners and the island looks a bit more laid back than the other tourist centres) and would welcome any advice. I’m starting from quite a low base, so maybe a more touristy camp might be better??
Anyway, still open minded about the whole thing, any advice greatly appreciated!
If you are looking for a really good gym, I’ve heard many great things about the Phuket camp in Thailand. My instructor loves to go and train there and has nothing but solid reviews of it. I would suggest getting a private trainer; I believe they have them there for like 25-30 bucks a week. That’s a GREAT deal for a master of Muay Thai to work one on one with you.
I’ve heard that the private instructors really work to your level, but I can’t say if that goes to beginners. I would suggest doing some research on their website, http://www.tigermuaythai.com/. Most people don’t go straight to a thai camp to start learning; I admire your enthusiasm. Best of luck to you and enjoy the beauty that is Thailand!
Horse riding ‘camps’?
I’m a beginner rider and I’ve only been to one riding lesson 2 weeks ago. I’d like to make it a regular weekly thing.
I’m also very interested in attending riding ‘camp -style’ training; where you receive intensive training for about 2 weeks at a time.
I live in London. Do you know a stable in the UK that runs these?
No, i dont but check magazines.I found mine in Young Rider.If any of you other people want to check it out (it is in Ohio) go to WWW.MARMONVALLEY.COM
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