Play-Asia – a seemingly great way to shop for videogames. You can import stuff that is either hard to find or never to be released in your country and find good bargains due to positive currency conversions or full-English, region free Asian versions. If you are patient… Read the rest of this entry »
The happiest place on earth? If you have an inner child and an open mind, then YES!
To all who come to this happy place, welcome. Here you will discover enchanted lands of Fantasy and Adventure, Yesterday and Tomorrow. May Tokyo Disneyland be an eternal source of joy, laughter, inspiration, and imagination to the peoples of the world. E. Cardon Walker, April 15, 1983
My last photo blog contained various snaps of my trips to Japan. This time I have focused on Tokyo Disneyland, the first Disney theme park to open outside of the US. As you’ll see, there is a lot of fun to be had and you can quickly get lost in the magic of the whole experience.
Over the last month I have been addictively building towers, that shoot, freeze and destroy monsters. Desperately trying to protect my flock at my base.
I am of course talking about playing the PS3 smash hit, PixelJunk Monsters! The same game that I started over a year ago. Yes the game is THAT fun! THAT addictive!
I recently stumbled upon a great cataloging program for Mac called Delicious Library 2.
Catalog your books, movies, music, software, toys, tools, electronics, & video games.
It’s extremely useful for the large game collection we have and will be even moreso for our 500 or so DVD’s.
So my partner and I went out to do some quick grocery shopping on our day off last week.
While walking through the supermarket we get talking about how we’ve held off on watching Twilight for so long, not wanting to buy into the whole franchise. Anyway, we decide on finally grabbing it (on blu-ray) and head off to do so.
Five minutes, five blu-rays and $130 later we’re on our way home.