Monthly Archives: May 2013
May 29 2013
Pasadena Legendary Bingo @ Magnolia Restaurant – San Gabriel Humane Society

Mark your calendars for an evening of Legendary Bingo, Monday, June 10th in Pasadena. See the flyer for details.

May 29 2013
The American Baking Competition @BakeOnCBS #GetYourBakeOn
The American Baking Competition premieres right now on CBS?! Tune in & discuss the episode here:

Wanna #GetYourBakeOn at home? Check out  tomorrow for standout recipes from tonight’s show! 

Week 1 –

Star Baker:  Francine is the star baker.

Going home: Carlo(Social Marketing Consultant) is going home. Jeremy was close to going home, he could go home next week if he doesn’t make adjustments.

Week 2 –

May 29 2013
Fitbit – The New Flex: Wireless Activity Tracker @fitbit

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May 29 2013
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May 29 2013
Top Asian Motorbike Tours You Cannot Afford to Miss

Top Asian Motorbike Tours You Cannot Afford to Miss

There are many advantages to going on a motorbike tour around Asia; as well as the relatively low cost of travelling around Asian countries after paying for flights, you can enjoy some of the most diverse landscapes in the world, as well as some of the most isolated roads you can find for pushing your bikes to the limits. One thing to remember, though, is that visa requirements can vary quite considerably between different countries, so make sure that you understand what you can do with your bike before setting off, and that you have the proper insurance in place, With this in mind, some top Asian motorbike tours you can take include:

Ho Chi Minh Trail, Vietnam

This epic ride takes you along the historic Ho Chi Minh Trail in Vietnam, which is closely associated with the Vietnam War – you start off near Saigon, and take a winding route through the South of the country, before heading up towards the North of the country; an excellent ride if you want to make the most of Vietnam.

The Silk Route, China

Another ambitious journey, this one can be taken either West to East, or East to West between Turkey and China, taking in Kazakhstan, the Great Wall of China, and Tibet – some tours also continue on down towards Thailand, and can involve 12 weeks of travel, and 12500 miles of journey distance.

Zao Ecoline, Japan

The Japanese mountains offer a lot of opportunities for winding bike paths, with one of the best crossing from the East to West of the country between the Miyagi and Yamagata prefectures, taking in Mount Zao along the way. The route is closed off, though, between the beginning of November and the end of April.

Izu Skyline, Japan

One other touring option if you’re going to Japan is to take in the Izu skyline, which can involve a long distance ride through multiple mountain roads, and is ideal if you want a route that’s relatively near to Tokyo.

Cambodia Safari Tour, Cambodia

There are many different ways to see Cambodia by bike, with one of the most popular including a grand tour that covers the Kep region, Sihnaoukville, and the Kampot area of the country; you can also take a circular tour that crosses the Cardamom mountains, and visits the temples of Siem Reap.

Chiang Mei, Thailand

This route encompasses the Northern part of Thailand, and starts from Chiang Mei, before crossing through areas like Mae Hong Son, Chiang Rai, and across through the Doi Inthanon National Park, before returning back to Chiang Mei.

Singapore to Malaysia

One option for a motorbike tour in Asia is to start off on Singapore island, before crossing into the Malaysian mainland – from there you can explore the Genting Highlands, as well as the Segamat district, and the country’s coastal highways and the Cameron Highlands.

Southern Laos

If you want to experience the best of Laos, you’ll need to plan for a few weeks of biking, with key routes going via the Dong Hua Sao National Forest, the Kong Lor Caves, and routes from Vientiane to Pakxane via the Phou Khou Khouay National Protected Area, or from Xepon to Sekong.


Author Bio

AJ has been on several motorcycle tours through Asia and other parts of the world. She likes to blog about her experiences, and recommends that cyclists get their insurance through Direct Asia.

May 28 2013
Los Angeles Kings Win 2-1 vs San Jose Sharks

Los Angeles Kings Win 2-1 vs San Jose Sharks at Los Angeles Staples Center
Kings now move onto Western Conference Finals, Advance to face the winner of Wednesday’s Detroit-Chicago game.

May 28 2013
Aveson’s 6th Annual June Jubilee June 2, 2013



June Jubilee is right around the corner! It’s going to be a great day for the family with games, crafts, cool marketplace vendors, yummy food and live music! This year’s music will include:

The Conductors
The Hollow Trees
Ridel High (featuring three Aveson dads!)
Jonathan Martin Berry
AGLA Music Improve Group


To see the latest June Jubilee news, click here.


May 28 2013
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May 28 2013
Sossys BBQ Newbury Park – Fresh, Fast, Delicious @SossysBBQ

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May 28 2013
Access Tips to Malibu Beaches 27 Miles New App

Access Tips to Malibu Beaches 27 Miles New App
Hidden access to Malibu Beaches
There is no such thing as a private beach in California.
Jenny Price, environmental writer.
Some of the residents would rather you not find out.
They lay out cones, block access, keep

Our Malibu Beaches.
Everything you need to know about access the beaches.
Jenny has worked on this for 10 years.

Guide to hidden beaches.
KTLA has the story on their site.

Escondido Beach, near 27400 Pacific Coast Hwy.
Lechuza Beach, Bunnie Lane and Broad Beach Rd.
Broad Beach access, near 31138 Broad Beach Rd.

Download Jenny Price’s guide to Malibu beaches here:


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