this is what i’ve been dreaming of since gps came out for consumers to buy, i want to be able to have google street view when i drive on the screen instead of maps, but then i need to get into shape and i purchased a bike called the fitdesk ( https:///FitDesk-Desk-Exercise-Bike-Massage/dp/B00CM9CBZY ) which is a lazy persons version of a exercise bike but i love it, now if your system can adapt to this that would be great. also the desk holds my laptop so if i could hook it up to the vr or the laptop is that possible? Im ready to purchase this software or system however you will put it on kickstarter. i sold my galaxy gear vr because i had no use for it but now i do! do you have an idea of pricing? sign me up!
Laos is an absolute dream, especially Vientiane to Luang Prabang.
Albania – very hilly but easy to avoid traffic, safe and cheap, and go via Ohrid in Macedonia. We are just back from a great trip from Split in Croatia to Thessaloniki in Greece – fantastic scenery all the way!
Iran for the friendly people, lifts from lorry-drivers, very safe. Celebrated my 65th birthday cycling there with my wife but had to use our Swiss passport rather than a British one as Brits are not yet allowed unless in a group – that should change soon.
Phillipines, especially the Central Visayas, flying in and out of Cebu rather than Manila.
The Run-up , The New York Times (4th) : One of the biggest upsides to the Run-up, a very good political podcast hosted by Times reporter Michael Barbaro, is its access to the ample political reporting ranks of The New York Times. Recent podcasts have pulled in Times reporters Maggie Haberman and Nick Confessore to chat about the Republican Party, Amy Chozick to discuss the third presidential debate and Upshot editor Nate Cohn to discuss the shifting electoral map. The latest (and last, before the election) episode features comedians Phoebe Robinson, Chris Gethard and Cameron Esposito to answer an important question: Is Trump funny?