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How to Locate UsHeading out fron Ajah axis, landmarks on your right side are Lagos BusinessSchool, Corona School, Greenspring School, Mayfair Garden, Lakowe Town,Once you pass Elemoro Police Station, slow down and look to your left fora set of blue roof signifying Bogije Shopping Complex, make a U-turn and enter Bola Tinuburoad, along this road look out for sign post to the Resort.Thank you.Omu Resort.


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Bucegi Mountains

Bucegi Mountains


Jump to navigationJump to searchMountain range in RomaniaBucegi MountainsHighest pointPeakOmuElevation2,505 m (8,219 ft)Coordinates45°26′44″N 25°27′22″E / 45.44556°N 25.45611°E / 45.44556; 25.45611Coordinates: 45°26′44″N 25°27′22″E / 45.44556°N 25.45611°E / 45.44556; 25.45611 DimensionsArea300 km2 (120 sq mi)GeographyCountryRomaniaCountiesDâmbovița, Prahovaand BrașovGeologyOrogenyAlpineAge of rockNeogeneThe Bucegi Mountains (Romanian: Munții Bucegi [ˈmunt͡sij buˈt͡ʃed͡ʒʲ] (listen); are located in central Romania, south of the city of Brașov. They are part of the Southern Carpathiansgroup of the Carpathian Mountains. At 2,505 m (8,219 ft), Omu is its highest point.[1] To the east, the Bucegi Mountains have a very steep slope towards the popular touristdestination Prahova Valley(a.o. Bușteniand Sinaia). At a higher elevation is the Bucegi Plateau, where wind and rain have turned the rocksinto spectacular figures such as the Sphinxand Babele. The Bucegi is believed to be the Dacianholy mountain Kogainon, on which the God Zalmoxisresided in a cave.[2] Contents1 Name2 Ranges3 Tourism3.1 Ski resorts3.2 Rucăr-Bran Corridor3.3 Bucegi Natural Park4 References5 External linksName[edit]The exact origin of the name "Bucegi" is disputed by philologists. "Buceag" or "bugeac" seems to be the source of the name, a word designating in the language of mountain people both the mossin the forest and the wilderness or the junipers. Archaic version of the name "Bucegi" is "Buceci", name still used today by elders in the mountains, and about which linguists say it's derived from "huceag", "buceag" or "bugeac".[3] Linguist Sextil Pușcariuclaims that the name of Bucșoi, one of the mountains that reach the Omu Peak, derives from "Buc", "Bucur", just as "Buceci", "Bugeci" derives from "Buc" with the same suffix like "Măneciu" or "Moeciu". And "Bucur" is a genuine Dacian name.[3]In Iorgu Iordan's work, Toponimia romînească, the name of the mountains is derived from Slavic buk, meaning "beech".[4] Ranges[edit]The mountains are grouped in three ranges: Bucegi Mountains (Omu Peak - 2505 meters)Leaota Mountains(Leaota Peak - 2133 meters)Piatra Craiului Mountains(Baciului Peak - 2238 meters)The Bran Pass separates the Piatra Craiului and Leaota ranges; it was marked by border crossingsbetween Wallachiaand Transylvania, and was defended by the Bran Castle. Tourism[edit]Bucegi Mountains are bordered by Prahova Valley, area with the most ski resortsin Romania. Moreover, since 1935, a part of Bucegi Mountains has been included in the list of protected areas in Romania, with national park status.[5] Ski resorts[edit]Among the most popular ski resorts within the Bucegi Mountains are Sinaiaand Bușteni. Nicknamed the "Pearl of the Carpathians",[6]Sinaia offers the possibility of performing winter sports. Ski slopes within the resort are serviced by ski lift, accessible by cable car. The main tourist attractions are Peleș Castle, Pelișor, Royal Station, Sinaia Monastery, Casino and George EnescuMemorial House. Bușteni, located at an altitude of 800–900 m, features a diversified base of accommodation and meal (hotels, rest homes, chalets, tourist stops). A cable car links Silva Hotel and Babele Chalet, on the mountaintops. This area has unusual rock formations, such as the Sphinxand Babele. Bușteni is the starting point of trekkingon some of the most attractive routes in Bucegi Massif. In the winter months, Bușteni offers the possibility of practicing skiingand sleighing. There are ski slopes with varying degrees of difficulty. Bușteni is also a cultural point, featuring Cantacuzino Castleand Cezar PetrescuMemorial Museum. Likewise, there is a troutfarm. Rucăr-Bran Corridor[edit]Podu Dâmboviţei village, in the Dâmbovicioaracommune, in the Rucăr-Bran CorridorThe Rucăr-Bran Corridor is a mountain passthat has the Bucegi Mountains on one side and the Piatra Craiului Mountainsand Iezer-Păpușa Mountainson the other side. Bucegi Natural Park[edit]Main article: Bucegi Natural ParkBucegi Mountains area, whereof exist references since the 15th century, has been proposed for protection in 1936, due to peerless landscapes and great diversity of plant and animal species. This proposal was taken up only in 1990, when materialized through the Minister's order no. 7/1990. Bucegi Natural Park covers an area of 32,663 hectares across three counties (Dâmbovița, Prahovaand Brașov), having more than 60% of the territory covered with forests.[7]


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Globacom is the latest player in the expanding mobile telecommunications market in Nigeria. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) awarded the company the fourth Nigerian digital mobile licence in August 2002 for US$200m, along with the permission to construct the second fixed line network in the country. Globacom was pronounced by the NCC as the 'second national operator' (SNO). Driven by the success of Globacom and GSM in Nigeria, the NCC is now considering a new round of GSM licensing and expects to award new licenses in 2006. Globacom's GSM system was officially launched in the Nigerian capital Abuja, followed by the cities of Lagos, Ibadan, Port Harcourt and Ijebu Ode in late 2003. These met the terms of the licence requiring the provision of facilities for 150,000 mobile telecoms subscribers in the first year. By 2004 the company had a 25% market share and were prepared for even greater expansion. Globacom currently has 5.2 million subscribers and now has capacity for 12 million more. This covers areas of population concentration and makes provision for services to be available to outlying regions of the country as well. The company is making investments into the GSM system in excess of NGN91.11bn ($724m). Globacom still has the only 2.5G GSM network in Nigeria, although Starcomm has recently signed a deal with Chinese Huawei to construct a 3G CDMA 2000 1 × EV-DO network, which could put Globacom's nose out of joint. Globacom itself is consolidating and has signed an interconnectivity agreement with MTN, another large Nigerian operator, allowing customers to use both networks. The company has also appointed 350 dealers across the country to pull in subscribers. NETWORK EXPANSION - MICROWAVE ANTENNAS Siemens was commissioned to expand Globacom's GSM network into northern Nigeria in 2004. The system uses Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) equipment. RFS supplies high and ultra high performance antennas to build up a microwave backbone system for the new mobile network. The solid body antennas range in diameter from 6ft to 15ft and can provide link distances of up to 50km. Delivery of the first batch of RFS microwave antennas was scheduled for May 2004, with installation and commissioning by Siemens to continue into early 2005. The resulting network extension provided GSM coverage to more than 20 cities and roads in the north of Nigeria. This project has now been completed with great success and Globacom is considering expanding its microwave system to improve coverage even further. GSM NETWORK UPGRADE AND EXPANSION Alcatel already has a good relationship with Globacom, having carried out a previous expansion project in Nigeria involving the upgrade and expansion of the GSM network to over 32 Nigerian cities in late 2003/early 2004. The deal involved the provision of an additional 100,000 fixed wireless local loops, three international gateways, a fibre optics backbone ring and additional transmission equipment across the country. Included was the provision of Alcatel's Intelligent Network (IN) solution and messaging suite. This allowed enhanced mobile voice and data services, including 2.5G high-speed data rates and Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS). FIXED AND MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK The latest Alcatel project in Nigeria (announced in February 2005) has involved the provision of a fixed and mobile telecommunications network and implementation, installation, and integration with the existing networks, alongside testing and commissioning. Alcatel have provided multi-standard Evolium radio access and core network solutions as well as transmission solutions. The contract also included the deployment of a new Multi-Service IP (MSIP) network using data-aware optical technology, which has enabled Globacom to be the first company in Africa to provide triple play (voice, video and data) services. Globacom will also later be able to offer voice and symmetric DSL services to a wider number of business and residential clients, as well as delivering new high-speed internet access and broadband multimedia services such as video-on-demand, video conferencing and broadcast TV. The services will be available initially in ten major cities. The network will meet the growing subscriber demand and facilitate migration towards next generation technology for future networks. The network expansion is still being rolled out to outlying areas and as of early 2006 has covered over 25 towns in the first four weeks of the year. One of the latest additions to the network is Obudu Cattle Ranch, Nigeria's foremost natural tourist resort, along with the surrounding communities. The Glo Mobile network is also penetrating deeper into Benue State; it was rolled out in Oju, Anywuogbu, Ochimodi, Ega, and Ogengen. In addition to Imo State, the towns of Nkwere and Ideato have now been switched on (February 2006). Also covered in this rapid rollout are Iju/Itaogbolu in Ondo State, Odekpe in Anambra, Keffi in Nassarawa, Itoikin in Lagos, Omu-Aran in Kwara, Uwana, Afikpo and Amezi in Ebonyi State. Other towns currently being covered are Owode-Yewa, Ago-Ilaro, Oke-Odan, Ilaro and Idiroko in Ogun State, Igbere in Abia, Igbetti, Pariya in Adamawa State and Ogboro in Oyo State. The following state capitals, Gusau in Zamfara state, Damaturu in Yobe State, Birnin Kebbi in Kebbi state and Dutse in Jigawa, are also to come onto the Globacom network before the end of March 2006. With these cities joining the network, Glo will have effectively covered every state capital in the country. Other towns in the north of the country expected to join the Globacom coverage map within this period include Potiskum, Hadejia, Gokana, Gumel Jalawa, Gashal and Shagari town. The Globacom network currently covers over 12,000 cities and towns across Nigeria along with their connecting roads. The plan in the first half of 2006 is to deploy 800 new cell sites. It seems that Globacom is dedicated to providing the best coverage for any GSM network in Nigeria and is aiming to prove this to subscribers. The company is also currently wooing subscribers toward their network by giving away 180 Kia Picanto cars over 180 days to subscribers. Alcatel are also aiding the deployment of the fixed line network for Globacom and are currently (March 2006) in the middle of deploying an 8,600 km submarine cable for Globacom, which will connect Nigeria to England and will significantly expand the country’s international connectivity. Globacom will then be able to connect with the Americas via the UK, which will benefit the telecommunications industry and also help the industrial and commercial development of the economy. GLOBACOM SERVICES Globacom has consistently been in the fore when it comes to providing subscribers with value services. It was the first Nigerian telecoms network to introduce the preferred per-second billing system (which other Nigerian mobile operators will not introduce until 2007), the multimedia messaging service, text-2-email, mobile Internet, Glo Direct, Magic Plus, N1SIM and free connection for post paid subscribers.


Lagos 2019: Best of Lagos, Nigeria Tourism

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Ken Hunts Food: Hoshino Coffee (星乃咖啡店) @ Queensbay Mall, Penang.

Hailed from Japan, Hoshino Coffee has taken the town by storm since its opening a few weeks ago. The well-established Japanese brand has presence over Singapore, South Korea, China and Malaysia... with the newly opened branch at Queensbay Mall being the first branch in Penang. Apart from its highly acclaimed Japanese Coffee, the restaurant serves a variety of Japanese-Western food like Pasta, Paella, Omu Rice, French Toasts and Souffles. The overwhelming responses discouraged many from patronizing the shop, we must admit that it did take us 3 visits (absurdly long queue) before we could even enter the restaurant. Decent food with generous serving and wallet-friendly prices; we are not surprised with the constant influx of patrons keep returning for the food.


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