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10 Fascinating Train Routes Across The World
The history of rail transport dates back nearly 500 years. Many railroads that passes through wonderful landscapes have until recently been a popular form of passenger transport. But with the invention of planes, these beautiful and sometimes treacherous routes are usually transformed into a tourist attractions. 1. Konkan Railway, India The Konkan Railway is a railway line which runs along the Konkan coast of India. It runs from Thokur, near Mangalore in Karnataka to Roha railway station in Maharashtra through Goa, along the west coast of India and Western Ghats. The Konkan railway experience is enriching for both domestic and foreign tourists. The travelers can experience breathtaking views - Arabian Sea beaches, gushing waterfalls, distant mountains, are a few examples of the landscapes that a Konkan Railway traveler will experience while on way to Goa from Mumbai. Foreigners have a great experience if they take Konkan railways either from Goa to Mumbai or vice versa. Besides enjoying the beautiful Indian landscapes, they can also experience travelling by Indian railways. link Indian Railways is an icon for Indian culture. People from diverse regions of India travel in the same train and so one can get the glimpse of the varied cultures and traditions of India. 2. Rocky Mountaineer, Canada Rocky Mountaineer offers over 45 Canadian vacation packages and four unique rail routes - three train journeys through British Columbia and Alberta to Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper and Calgary, and one train excursion from Vancouver to Whistler. This world-renowned, luxurious train travels by daylight through the wild beauty of Canada's West and is the best way to experience the majestic Canadian Rockies. In 2013, Rocky Mountaineer introduces a new three-day rail route, Coastal Passage, connecting Seattle to the Canadian Rockies. Rocky Mountaineer was awarded the "World's Leading Travel Experience by Train" in 2005, 2006 and 2007 at the World Travel Awards, has been listed among the "World's Top 25 Trains" since 2005 by The Society of International Railway Travelers, and was recognized by National Geographic Magazine as one of the "World’s Best Journeys" in 2007. The Society of American Travel Writers, the world’s largest organization of professional travel journalists and photographers, rated the Rocky Mountaineer as the world's top train ride in 2009. [link1, link2] 3. Argo Gede Train Railroad, Indonesia There are two train services plying the Jakarta-Bandung route: the Parahyangan Express and the executive class Argo Gede. link The three hour journey to Bandung on the Argo Gede is an especially comfortable ride. The journey takes you through an amazingly lush landscape of mountains and valleys. The train runs steadily on tracks elevated above plunging valleys, across a delightful vista of tea plantations, paddy fields, cascading streams and pastoral villages. [link] 4. Jungfrau Railway, Switzerland This unique round-trip by modern cogwheel railway takes you first to Kleine Scheidegg, altitude 2061 metres (6760 ft), at the foot of the notorious Eiger North Wall. From here the Jungfrau Railway climbs to the station at Eigergletscher , well known for its mountain restaurant and polar dog kennels. The trip continues through the Eiger tunnel to the stations at Eigerwand and Eismeer, with a five minute halt at each. Tourists can enjoy spectacular sightseeing through large observation windows hewn from solid Alpine rock. And then the arrival on the Jungfraujoch (col), in the heart of a glorious glacier world on the very roof of Europe! Superb views extend as far as the summits of the Vosges Mountains in France and the Black Forest in Germany. The Great Aletsch Glacier, at 22 km (13.7 mi) the longest ice-stream in the Alps, begins on the Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe. 5. Rovos Rail, South Africa Rovos Rail is a private railway company operating out of Capital Park Station in Pretoria, South Africa. The Society of International Railway Travelers has regularly named the Pride of Africa, as the train is called, as one of the World's Top 25 Trains because of its excellent accommodation, public spaces, service, dining and off-train sightseeing. Rovos Rail runs its train-hotel to a regular schedule on various routes throughout Southern Africa, from South Africa to Namibia and Tanzania. The trains consist of restored Rhodesia Railways (NRZ) coaches with two lounges, two restaurant cars, private sleeping compartments, each with private ensuite facilities. The train has three types of accommodation on board, the smallest being a Pullman, at 76 square feet (7 sq m); the largest being the Royal Suite, which is half a train car, and 172 square feet (16 sq m). All types of cabins have ensuite shower, sink and toilet. The Royal also has a Victorian-style bathtub. The train combine the golden age of rail travel with modern conveniences, creating an unforgettable extravagant elegance of a bygone era. 6. Kuranda Scenic Railway, Australia The Kuranda Scenic Railway is a name for the railway line that runs from Cairns, Queensland, Australia to the nearby town of Kuranda. The tourist railway snakes its way up the Macalister Range and is no longer used for regular commuter services. It passes through the suburbs of Stratford, Freshwater (stopping at Freshwater Station) and Redlynch before reaching Kuranda. The line is used for some freight services and other passenger services, such as The Savannahlander. The railway is 37 km (23 mi) in length. It takes about one and three quarters of an hour to climb one way. The tropical gardens Kuranda rail station are a well-known attraction in the area. Downhill the line cuts through the Barron Gorge National Park. The tourist train stops at a lookout, with a sweeping view of Barron Falls. A number of smaller waterfalls are passed, including Stoney Creek Falls, just metres from the train. As the train travels up and down, a detailed commentary of the railway's construction is provided. 7. Outeniqua Choo Tjoe, South Africa The Outeniqua Choo Tjoe was the last remaining continually-operated passenger steam train in Africa, ending operation in June 2009. The railway was completed in 1928, and links the towns of George and Knysna in the Western Cape, South Africa. The 3 hour journey also stops in the towns of Wilderness, Goukamma, and Sedgefield. The scenic 67-kilometre (42 mi) route hugs the rugged coastline of the Garden Route before ending by crossing a bridge over the lagoon in Knysna. It was declared an officially preserved railway in 1992, carrying about 40,000 passengers per year at the time. A decade later, it carried 115,000 passengers per year, 70% of whom were foreign tourists. 8. Albula-Bernina Railway Line, Switzerland Albula-Bernina Railway Line is operated by Rhaetian Railway - a Swiss transport company, that owning the largest network of all the private railways in Switzerland. The best known trains operating on the Albula/Bernina Railway are the Glacier Express and the Bernina Express. The Bernina Express is a train connecting Chur (or Davos) in Switzerland with Poschiavo and Tirano in Italy by crossing the Swiss Alps. For most of its journey, the train also passes along and through the World Heritage Site known as the Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina Landscapes. The Glacier Express crossing the Landwasser Viaduct The Glacier Express travels from Zermatt to Davos or St. Moritz in around seven hours.The Glacier Express, which has been operating since 1930, is billed as "the world's slowest express train" and averages 36 km/h (22 mph). The trip on the Glacier Express is a 7½ hour railway journey across 291 bridges, through 91 tunnels and across the Oberalp Pass on the highest point at 2,033 m (6,670 ft) in altitude. The Albula line and the Bernina line on the Bernina Express route were jointly declared a World Heritage Site in 2008. The trip on the Bernina Express through this World Heritage Site is a four-hour railway journey across 196 bridges, through 55 tunnels and across the Bernina Pass on the highest point at 2,253 metres (7.390 ft) in altitude. The Bernina Railway built the Bernina line between 1908 and 1910, and then operated it independently until the 1940s, when the Rhaetian Railway took it over. The Bernina Express uses gradients of 7% to negotiate the difference in height of about 1800 meters (5.900 ft) from the summit at Ospizio Bernina to Tirano. 9. Chemin de Fer de La Mure, France The Chemin de Fer de La Mure (the Mure railway) is a tourist railway in the department Isère near the city of Grenoble, France. Following threats of closure in the mid-s1970s, the line was saved by an oil crisis, getting the chance of a further life to become one of the finest tourist railways in Europe with spectacular views over dams and lakes, and mountain scenery. It can be reached easily by road from Grenoble, or by trains on the SNCF line towards Gap. 10. Conway Scenic Railroad, USA The Conway Scenic Railroad is a heritage railway in North Conway, New Hampshire. The railroad operates over two historic railway routes: a line from North Conway to Conway that was formerly part of the Conway Branch of the Boston and Maine Railroad, and a line from North Conway through Crawford Notch to Fabyan that was once part of the Mountain Division of the Maine Central Railroad. link The Conway line is owned by Conway Scenic and the Mountain Division is owned by the State of New Hampshire. Russ Seybold is owner and president of the Conway Scenic. The railroad's main terminal is located in historic downtown North Conway in the Mount Washington valley. The station complex has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979. [link] Bonus: Chennai-Rameswaram Route, India link The only way to reach the Island of Rameswaram at the southern coast of India is through a dangerous path, The Chennai-Rameswaram route. link The Rameswaram runs along the southern coast of India crossing the Ramaswaram sea bridge over the Indian Ocean. Because of the strong prevailing winds, it can take over fifteen minutes to pass and has been the scene of many unfortunate accidents
BTS Was Mentioned In The Canadian TV Series of “Private Eye”!
So I was on Twitter, scrolling through my timeline, when I ran across something awesome! Twitter user @Bangtanitl , she runs an international fan base for BTS, shared that our boys was mentioned on this Canadian TV Series called, "Private Eye", Episode 8. I had to share this because this is amazing!! 》Link 《 Private Eye is a crime-solving series. For more info, click here. Skip to 42:02 :) THAT IS SO DAEBAKKKK!! XD What do you guys think? Comment down below! It seems like someone likes kpop :) *Photos video, and gif does not belong to KpopINT. Creds to the rightful owners. Reporter @parktaemi KpopINT Chairs: @bbyitskatie @Sailynn @KpopBeat KpopINT Fam: @amobigbang @elaynethtrumpet @JohnEvans @LenaBlackRose @LexiMintkgtopty @ParkHwaYoung @parktaemi @tayunnie KpopINT Official Taglist~ A- @AaliyaNewbell @aliahwhbmida @AlisonYui @amberg171997 @AnaP @AngelaDarkness @ArhenBurris @AubriePope @axosrain @AyameTenchu B- @babymarkson @BrendaValdez @BluBear07 C- @CallMeMsDragon @CamrynCherry @ChristineO84 @CloverShadows @CrystalGuerra D- @DamarisCisneros @deilig @drummergirl691 E- @ekahjw @elainarenea @ESwee F- @faith92 @FannyWard G- @GDsGF H- @HaleyHerbig I- @imiebegay14 @IsoladaPazo @izabelpillado J- @JamiMilsap @Jasminep96 @jenjenkhreim @Jinnyrod3 K- @kanatm @KDSnKJH @Kieuseru L- @LizaNightshade @lcr4562 M- @maldonadosonia1 @MelissaGarza @mellyortiz @merryjayne13 @monikad @moonchild03 @mycreativename N- @NaBi7 @NathashaXavier @ninjamidori @NykeaKing O- @ortizwendy17 P- @Pickles440 Q- R- @RebeccaLondon @resavalencia @Roas420 S- @salo @Sammie9952 @SassyMaknae @SatinSkies @ScarletMermaid @SerenityThao @shellyfuentes70 @ShinoYuki @ShyrllBorden @StefaniTre @sukkyongwanser @Swhitta T- @TiffanyBibian U- @unnieARMkeY V- @VeronicaArtino W- X- @XionHeart @xxkarlah Y- Z- @Znae Tagging more of my fam~ @mercii @kpopandkimchi @ercurrent @PrincessUnicorn @roxy1903 @yongsongmi @sarangseoltang @nnatalieg @allobaber @creetheotaku @poojas @lextay327 @veronicaartino @deniecesuit @beckah1327 @mellyortiz @nicolejolly @drummergirl691 @crystalguerra @carleB @eliseB @raquelarredondo @erinee @sarahdarwish @xxygxx @jennyyang143 @geetanjalirao @toppdogg @donnalykaroxas @aegyoxprincess @ninjamidori @hayleyyates @ayannawelch @yaya12 @ladeda7 @maddie27 @danamichelle @brisalopez @aliciazitting88 @sashalove @shadowcyrmbbcl @neoisrealo @taisa @sabrinasakura @kpossible4250 @topstarlight @jjrockstar @marisamusic @izzy987 @shinoyuki @starbell808 @maricelvaromero @sugamint @thetrillestkid @stephaniepoore @nicolejolly @polarstarr @pamelapenaloza @lexxcisco @rebeccalondon @vickyle @JiyongLeo  @JinsPrincess @KaeliShearer @JadeOwens @BBxGD
THE BEST LEGS WORKOUTS
This comprehensive lower-body assault will help you improve your leg-training workout. There is a thin line between overtraining and undertraining your legs. Surprisingly, the majority of us fall into one of the two groups. That issue may be brought back to a single question: what kind of lower body workouts do you perform? And how are you exercising your legs? Leg exercises are approached differently by various people. First, there's the man who spends 45 minutes at the power rack performing squats before going on to the rest of his 90-minute quad exercise. Then there's the person who believes that a suitable lower-body workout for legs consists of a machine-only session during which he hardly breaks a sweat. “Most guys don't know that their lower-body exercises should definitely be more middle of the road,” says Gunnar Peterson, CSCS, a Hollywood-based trainer. “They either attempt to perform pro bodybuilder routines once a week and end up hobbling around like James Caan in Misery, or they do a leg extension/curl combo every three days and assume they're done with lower-body workouts for legs. However, you should strike a balance between the two so that you can workout your legs with moderate intensity twice a week.” THE USE OF MULTI-JOINT MOVES IS ESSENTIAL Following a split that requires you to train legs one day per week would cripple you with 20 sets at maximum weight and prevent you from advancing as much as you could.” Peterson has nothing against extensions and curls, but a good lower-body exercise for legs regimen should include multi-joint activities like lunges, squats, and step-ups. These workouts target not just the quadriceps and hamstrings, but also the glutes, a bodypart that is rarely mentioned among males until it involves people of the opposing gender. “The glutes are one of the largest muscular groups in the body, and it is irresponsible not to train them,” Peterson adds. “Read a women's magazine — that's the playbook of the other squad. Women will notice your glutes before they see your firearms. In addition, exercising the glutes increases metabolism by activating such big muscles.” ATTACKING ALL ANGLES To optimize muscle fiber activation, all bodyparts should be exercised from a variety of angles. This guidance is especially essential for legs since your quads are made up of four distinct muscles, your hamstrings are made up of three, and a plethora of fibers “come in from the north, south, east, and west” to create your glutes, according to Peterson. “It's not simply crouching and driving up,” he says. “You may alter your stance and the location of the weight by performing front squats, back squats, and one-leg exercises. Many individuals simply do it by rote or do not do it at all.” GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CORE The exercise Peterson devised targets all of the major leg muscles through classic squatting motions executed in an unconventional manner. A good dosage of core work is also included, for the simple reason that you can't grow powerful legs with tough exercises unless you have a strong core, and many guys are lacking in this area. “You have to shore up the weakness,” Peterson advises. “I know it doesn't seem like much fun, but it's critical to optimizing the effectiveness of your lower body workouts for legs, regardless of which muscles you're targeting. EXERCISE 1 ON DAY 1 BULGARIAN SPLIT SQUAT DUMBBELL OVERHEAD 4–5 sets, 8–12 reps per side Begin: Hold a light dumbbell in one hand, stand tall, and place the top or toes of the same-side foot on a box or bench behind you with your knee bent. Raise your arm above so that it is straight over your shoulder. Operation: Keep your arm outstretched and bend your front knee and hips to drop straight to the floor. When your front quadriceps is parallel to the floor, push back up through your front heel to return to the starting position. Rep for a total of four reps, then swap sides. GUNNAR'S TIP: "Throughout the movement, stand tall." As you drop, you have a propensity to tilt forward, but you need to focus on keeping tall.” EXERCISE 2 ON DAY 1 SWING KETTLEBELL WITH FLIP TO SQUAT 2–4 sets, 8–15 reps Begin: Grasp the handle of a kettlebell with both hands and stand tall, arms straight toward the floor, feet shoulder-width apart. Performance: Bend your knees and drop your weight between your legs. Keeping your arms extended, swing the kettlebell up explosively by extending your legs and hips and raising your arms. As soon as the weight reaches shoulder level, swiftly bend your elbows and knees to descend below it (allowing it to flip over in your hands) and catch it in front of you in a complete squat position. Stand up while pushing the kettlebell above, then return to the starting position. GUNNAR'S TIP: "Stay concentrated on every aspect of the movement, including bursting, catching, lowering, and driving up." You're not going to be able to wing it on this one.” EXERCISE 2 ON DAY 1 SWING KETTLEBELL WITH FLIP TO SQUAT 2–4 sets, 8–15 reps Begin: Grasp the handle of a kettlebell with both hands and stand tall, arms straight toward the floor, feet shoulder-width apart. Performance: Bend your knees and drop your weight between your legs. Keeping your arms extended, swing the kettlebell up explosively by extending your legs and hips and raising your arms. As soon as the weight reaches shoulder level, swiftly bend your elbows and knees to descend below it (allowing it to flip over in your hands) and catch it in front of you in a complete squat position. Stand up while pushing the kettlebell above, then return to the starting position. GUNNAR'S TIP: "Stay concentrated on every aspect of the movement, including bursting, catching, lowering, and driving up." You're not going to be able to wing it on this one.” EXERCISE 1 ON DAY 2 Sets: 4–5, reps: 8–12 SMITH MACHINE FRONT SQUAT TO BACK SQUAT (Perform 8–12 repetitions of front and back squats.) START: Stand upright in a Smith machine, feet shoulder-width apart, head up, with the bar resting across your front delts, hands gripping the bar. Performance: squat, down until your quads are parallel to the floor, maintaining your back flat and chest out. Drive back up to standing and repeat for a total of 10 repetitions. Then rerack the bar, get into position for back squats, and finish the required amount of repetitions. GUNNAR'S TIP: "On the back squat, try to focus on driving through your heels to get the most out of your hams and glutes." EXERCISE 2 ON DAY 2 LEG CURL TO HYPEREXTENSION WHILE LYING 4–5 sets, 8–15 reps Begin: If one is available, use a leg-curl machine with an inclined (rather than flat) bench. Lie facedown, with your legs outstretched and the backs of your ankles against the pad, and your knees off the edge of the bench. Performance: Bend your knees and bring your heels toward your glutes by contracting your hamstrings. Contract your lower back muscles to produce a hyperextension at the peak of the rep (the range of motion will be very small). Return to the beginning by lowering your torso to the platform. “Rise gently on the hyperextension and go for the contraction,” says GUNNAR. You want to feel this one; you don't want to just knock them out.”
This Mall Santa Is Toronto's Latest Fashion Icon.
He's making a list. He's checking it twice. And he's also really, really, ridiculously good-looking. Say hello to Paul Mason, a veteran male model who's embraced his age by becoming 'Fashion Santa' for Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre. Look out, Portland Santa. There's an edgier Mall Santa in town. His promotional photoshoot has gone viral, a collection of shots where Paul assumes the role of a slimmed down, GQ-esque Santa Claus, donning red leather jackets or pulling along a chopped down pine in thick knits and a tailored winter coat. What's up, Santa? You silver fox you. But wait, there's more! According to the mall's official website, every time a visitor shares their selfie with Fashion Santa through social media using the hashtag #YorkdaleFashionSanta, the mall donates $1 to the Sick Kids Foundation, a non-profit funding local pediatric hospitals. I just looked at the Instagram tag and found this lady up here. I mean, I've never seen someone more excited to donate a buck to a cause, have you? In any case, locals aren't the only ones having a fun time with it. Paul - I mean, Santa - has been really impressed with the kind of audience Fashion Santa has convinced to come out and pay him a visit: "On Saturday, I had a woman, she must have been 70 years old, she said, 'I haven't taken a photo with Santa since I was like five.' I love it." So if you're in the Toronto area during the holiday season, get ready to strike a pose with Fashion Santa. It is, after all, for a good cause!
Kris @ the 2016 NBA Celebrity All-star Game 😃🙌
Omg you just don't know how happy & excited I was when I first found out he was going to be in the NBA all-star game!! xD I totally watched it, I had too! I'm so proud of Kris, he's going places and he's just getting even more successful and known :) SM fudged up! lol but anyway I'm glad he had fun out there and played his best. I cheered him on hardcore throughout the whole game, screaming and fangirling lol I even hurt my toe in the process lol he made some lay-ups, I was so proud :) Canada won, that's awesome xD I mean I enjoyed the whole game even though USA lost sadly but I still had fun watching definitely Wu baby ^__^ He was on my TV screen cRiEs xD I couldn't control my feels at all it was everywhere! lol ❤❤ awws look his fans were there of course :) CR TO THE OWNER OF THESE PICTURES :) Kris.. you looked so cool out there ❤ The last picture though lol wth.... Did you kitties watch the game or nah? @mercii @kpopandkimchi @ercurrent @thepinkprincess @roxy1903 @yongsongmi @sarangseoltang @nnatalieg @allobaber @creetheotaku @poojas @lextay327 @johnevans @veronicaartino @deniecesuit @beckah1327 @mellyortiz @nicolejolly @drummergirl691 @crystalguerra @carleB @eliseB @raquelarredondo @erinee @sarahdarwish @xxygxx @jennyyang143 @geetanjalirao @toppdogg @donnalykaroxas @aegyoxprincess @ninjamidori @hayleyyates @ayannawelch @yaya12 @ladeda7 @maddie27 @danamichelle @brisalopez @aliciazitting88 @sashalove @shadowcyrmbbcl @neoisrealo @taisa @sabrinasakura @kpossible4250
97% vs 3%
Society is divided up between two categories. There's the 97% and the 3%. The 97% are the average people. They work 9-5 jobs, focused too much on their education, don't think outside the box, and simply quit on themselves and their goals (if they had any significantly big ones). Yes, some people chose to be a part of that percentile and that's ok because it's their choice. They wanted it to be easy. But for those who complain about it have no right to. They may be thinking "I work 8 hours a day. I deserve better and should be living a better life." In reality they don't. They knew what they were getting themselves into and what the rest of their life would be like. They have made their choice a have given up on what could have been, for them, a life full of rewards and luxury. They decide to see the obvious instead of what's further ahead, and when they see the obvious, they hurt themselves more by looking at it through one perspective. These are the people who have simply said "I will do my part in society no matter the cost." Education plays a huge factor in your destiny. Some dream jobs do require an advanced education. When this is present, education is ok to take part in for it is needed to achieve a dream. For jobs that don't require education, you simply are spending $100,000 to people who will never know your name. The 3% of people in society are the people who put themselves away from society. They're the entrepreneurs in this world, the people loaded with confidence, they ignore what people say, etc. These people realized they have so much potential in their life and they take the opportunity even when it's not present. To be where they are they took the risks and sacrifices and understood what outcomes could come. Every penny they've ever made was put into what they believed in even if it was a dream or goal so big it scared them. Fear is not present in these people. They realized the only thing that could really stop them was fear therefore they learned to overcome it. No matter the criticism they received, negative comments they've been told, or even simply being told "you can't do it." 24 hours was not enough for them to get what they needed done so they would put in a full 24 hours of work. Now, depending on who they are and their stories, they could have had an easy start or challenging one. Some entrepreneurs were lucky enough to have a family member who already started the business or gave a startup of $1,000,000. But some start with nothing but a dollar and a vision. One feels much more rewarding than the other and causes them to have a bigger appreciation for what they have and have done. The 3% are always hungry no matter what they have. They will not stop until they have what they want. There are many quotes for these people but the quote posted best describes them. So now that you know a little about the two sides of society, which one will you choose? Are you happy with where you stand? Or do you want better? It's never too late to change or start. All it takes is confidence, hard work, and a drive strong enough that you constantly think "I can't quit now." Keep pushing towards what you want and stop at nothing. Have a good day guys, Kyler