This is a guest post by Mr.Q, a professional quizmaster and a passionate traveler
A route through Lourde !!
The 9th Stage in this years Tour de France started off in St.Gaudens & ended in the town of Tarbes. This is a very untypical stage in Pyrenees as with stage the visit to Pyrenees & south France ends and though there are two mountain stages in the infamous Col d’Aspin & the Col du Tourmalet, there is over 70 kms of straight downhill stretch after the climb where the peleton can catch up with any breakaway. Read more...
This is a guest post by Mr.Q, a quizmaster by profession and a foodie!
A Nice stage for the tour…
This part of South France where the race is now on, is usually known more for the sun & beaches, for the holiday spots & the jetset glitterati who sail around on their yachts – Monaco, Nice, Antibes, Cannes…etc.
Having seen the flag off at Monaco, we decided to park ourselves somewhere on the route today to catch the race, and did we have a wonderful time?? Right from the morning, it was very hot and though we don’t sweat very much here, the climate makes you slightly uncomfortable, particularly, if you are inclined to walk around in the sun as we were. Read more...
click here for Just for Laughs – Indian Premier League (1)
This is an informative piece that appeared in the news daily daily today which I thought was a good read….
This is the venue where Yuvraj slouted Stuart Broad for six sixers in an over, the first ever timw in a T20 match. Seating capacity: 25,000. No. of IPL matches to be played: 16
St George’s Park, Port Elizabeth
Home to the Port Elizabeth Cricket Club. Seating capacity: 19,000. No. of IPL matches to be played: 7
The Wanderers, Johannesburg
Nicknamed ‘The Bullring’: hosted the 2007 World T20 final. Seating capacity: 34,000. No. of IPL matches to be played: 8 Read more...