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I have the same camera. I might try mounting it on my bike like you did.

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This is basically what it all boils down to. Romney is just way out of touch from all the miseries of being a part of the working class American. (I know that the ONION is a satirical news site, and this article is by no means "accurate").
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This waffle is way too fatty and sugary! 

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I really want to go to Corregidor once I get to the Philippines! 

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CBC News: Canada Post to stop urban home mail delivery. http://google.com/producer/s/CBIwvoyHjw8 | I really think Canada Post is the cheapest alternative to other couriers (except for Greyhound). I hope they don't cut too much of their services. 
Canada Post is phasing out door-to-door delivery of regular mail to city dwellers and increasing the cost of stamps.
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#ios7   Beta 1 Download Links (Fast Download) NOTE: This is a #beta1   version and is still very unstable. Your device may restart randomly and some apps such as IMDB and the Podcast App does not work on the iOS 7 yet. Thread with caution. #Apple   #technology   #app  
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The Greyhound bus terminal in Edmonton is, undoubtedly, very gritty and is in great need of renovation. The washrooms are in need of upgrading, as well as their waiting area (which often doesn't have enough chairs available for Greyhound's passengers). Also, a shower area for passengers is badly needed in this place. The redeeming factor about this bus terminal is the fact that it is so close to an LRT station (Bay/Enterprise Square Station) and a bus stop.
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Magellan's Cross is a historical landmark located right next to Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu. The landmark itself is usually filled with many tourists seeking to have their pictures taken in front of the supposed Magellan's Cross (I do have doubts about its authenticity, however). The place is a haven of panhandlers and, perhaps, thieves, so be aware of your belongings at all times. There are also women trying to sell you candles. In my honest opinion, I don't think that tourists would miss a lot if they happen to skip seeing Magellan's Cross.
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Going to Davao Crocodile Park feels like going into a medium-sized zoo since, aside from the crocodiles, it also has lots of other exotic animals on display. The entrance fee for adult patrons varies between weekdays (250 Php) and weekends (300 Php). This fee will give patrons access to all three areas of the park complex (Crocodile Park, Tribu K'Mindanawan, and the Butterfly House). Bear in mind that the park complex itself is massive, so a whole day should be allocated for anyone wishing to visit the area. For those with young children, having a private means of transport is advisable since walking from Crocodile Park to the Butterfly House under direct sunlight might not be part of their list of having a good time. In terms of accessibility, the only way to get to Crocodile Park is either by taxi or by private transport. As far as I know, there are currently no public transport available that would bring patrons to the park. For those who wish to ride a taxi from downtown Davao City, expect to pay upwards of 150 Php. Products made from crocodiles are available, but you shouldn't be surprised of their astronomical prices. Overall, I highly recommend this place for those who have yet to visit the area.
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Mall of Asia is a massive seaside mall with dozens of selections on almost everything you could ever imagine. It almost feels like a small town than a mall since it is surrounded by a convention centre, condominiums, hotels, and offices. The mall itself also seems to be perennially under-construction. New extensions and stores are being added all the time. Currently under construction is the Galleon Museum, and plans are currently being finalized for its massive roof to be converted into some sort of a multipurpose space. The main gripe I have about the mall is that it was intentionally designed for people to get lost in its maze of stores. The overhead signages are absolutely useless since they often do not say whether or not something is on the 2nd or the Ground Floor. The mall also doesn't have prominent signages or prominent landmarks that patrons could use to orient themselves within the mall. This is completely opposite to what one experiences when one goes to visit other malls. Likewise, there were very few digital kiosks available for people to find their way inside the mall. The redeeming part about the mall is that it has great views of Manila Bay. The only complaint I have is that the mall should have provided enough benches so that people don't have to climb on top of the sea wall. Alternatively, the mall could have at least provided steps for patrons to use so they could climb over and seat on the sea wall with dignity.
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Victoria Plaza Mall is an old, almost run-down mall located along J.P. Laurel Avenue between Abreeza and Gaisano Mall. It was once a great mall, with people flocking from all over Davao City and its surrounding towns and cities eager to see the best and latest consumer items on offer. Nowadays, the mall has lost most of its middle/upper-middle class consumer base. In their place are mostly people looking to buy cheap clothing and apparels. In my most recent visit, Victoria Plaza Mall somehow reminds me of Greenhills Shopping Centre with its multitude of private sellers urging passersby to check out their goods. Jollibee is still in the mall, although the vibe it exudes no longer reflects the one it had just a decade or so ago.
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SM City Davao (also referred to as SM Ecoland by locals) is a relatively old mall in Davao City. It was the first SM mall in the city. SM City Davao has almost everything one would expect for a mall its size. The main thing I like about this mall is that it is so easy to navigate inside it. It is basically impossible to get lost in this mall. In terms of restaurants, the mall's offerings ranges from low-end (food court) to mid-range restaurants. American fast food outlets, as well as Filipino fast food outlets are available in this mall. The main characteristic about this mall is that it seems to be in the middle of the more posh SM Lanang Premier and the more gritty Gaisano Mall. In terms of accessibility, the mall is quite far off for people living closer to Davao's traditional city centre (Poblacion). Patrons should be aware of the occasional traffic jams along Quezon Boulevard. The taxi fare from Red Planet Hotel to SM City Davao (as of May 2016) could reach 150 Php or more, depending on the level of traffic.
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Red Planet Hotel is, perhaps, one of the best hotels in Davao City. The staff were friendly and the hotel's amenities were top notched. In terms of the room itself, it was a little too small for my liking. It offers two twin beds, a massive mirror, a coat rack, a small safe, and a nicely designed washroom (the shower actually has a shower door--a pretty nice touch for a hotel in its price range). The hotel also provided us with free breakfast (4 days). This was composed of a selection of Filipino cuisines. Although I would have preferred to just have a cup of coffee, two slices of toasted bread for breakfast, and some fruits, I felt like the hotel actually went out of its way as it definitely did not skimp on the size of the servings (I guarantee you that they were pretty generous).
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