Friday, 10 February 2012

The Wanted on Chelsea Lately and Tour Merch!

Hi everyone,

So earlier this week the boys were on Chelsea Lately, a US chat show on channel E! in the US of A. The boys talked about Glad You Came of course but then Chelsea got them talking about penetration, bull-riding, the Jonas Brothers, gay clubs, fake IDS and more! Now your prepared,  get watching it below!



Well that was an interesting interview! Now as The Code... tour is getting closer, only 5 days until the opening show, the webstore has been updated with some amazing new merchandise you can pick up from the first TW arena tour! Have a look at some of the t shirt designs below, all with secret agent costumes and themes:

 
All of these are available to buy here from the official TW Merch Store! Also today a lot of TW fans have woken up to the postman delivering their tickets, so it's a good sign of TW Tour fever about to sweep the UK soon!

Jay

16 comments:

  1. HURTFULL !! omg, poor siva, he must be so unconfortable trough out the show.hate that chick for being so racist.

    *

    ReplyDelete
  2. Trekking in Nepal
    Mountain Mart Treks and Expedition: One of the Best trekking and Adventure Company in Nepal specialized for trekking in Nepal, Nepal tour, hiking, peak climbing, Expedition and adventure holidays.
    www.mountainmarttreks.com

    ReplyDelete
  3. Everest base camp trek
    Everest Base Camp trek has drawn adventurers since Mount Everest was first surveyed
    in the late 19th century. Mt Everest known as 'Sagarmatha' in Nepal and 'Chomolungma' in Tibet
    is popular dream destination among all adventure lovers. Everest Base Camp trekking is slightly
    demanding and requires a fair level of fitness before you begin. Most of the trail lies at the altitude
    over 3 000m, it is also essential that you trek slowly to avoid the possibility of AMS.
    www.mountainmarttreks.com

    ReplyDelete
  4. Annapurna Base Camp Trek
    Annapurna base camp trek, which begins at 1,090m, climbs to 4,130m at ABC. It is fairly demanding, but is suitable for beginners or adventure trekkers: provided you are reasonably fit and walk slowly up the higher slopes. From Pokhara, a bus will take you to Nayapul from where you will walk, from ridge to river over many ridges, as the trail gradually climbs past villages and terraced farmlands or bird-filled forests of rhododendron, oak, maple and pine. Annapurna sanctuary trekking open high ground is rewarded with outstanding views of high peaks and glaciers in the area.
    www.mountainmarttreks.com

    ReplyDelete
  5. Annapurna Circuit Treks
    Annapurna Circuit Trek is the most popular trek in Nepal, it offers fairly easy days of walking through ever more exotic scenery. Annapurna region is home to ten different cultural groups in a wide range of agricultural and climatic regions. Its people have embraced tourism and its Tea Houses cater for the "western palate" over and above the tasty local fare. Spring and Autumn are the best seasons to trek, though Mountain Mart Trek-adventure team make it happen four seasons comfortably.
    www.mountainmarttreks.com

    ReplyDelete
  6. Upper Mustang Trekking
    Annapurna Circuit Trek is the most popular trek in Nepal, it offers fairly easy days of walking through ever more exotic scenery. Annapurna region is home to ten different cultural groups in a wide range of agricultural and climatic regions. Its people have embraced tourism and its Tea Houses cater for the "western palate" over and above the tasty local fare. Spring and Autumn are the best seasons to trek, though Mountain Mart Trek-adventure team make it happen four seasons comfortably.
    www.mountainmarttreks.com

    ReplyDelete

  7. Manaslu Circuit Trek
    Annapurna Circuit Trek is the most popular trek in Nepal, it offers fairly easy days of walking through ever more exotic scenery. Annapurna region is home to ten different cultural groups in a wide range of agricultural and climatic regions. Its people have embraced tourism and its Tea Houses cater for the "western palate" over and above the tasty local fare. Spring and Autumn are the best seasons to trek, though Mountain Mart Trek-adventure team make it happen four seasons comfortably.
    www.mountainmarttreks.com

    ReplyDelete


  8. Langtang Valley Trek
    Langtang valley trek allocates in the hidden "Tibetan Valley" in the Langtang region offers one of Nepal's most popular trekking areas just 145 km (7-8 hours by bus) from Kathmandu. It is easily accessible and offers an authentic cultural experience, spectacular natural beauty, crystal clear mountain scenery, soaring glaciers, waterfalls and a wide diversity of flora and fauna. It is an idyllic trekking area for 'beginners' and families – with friendly Tea Houses in every village to accommodate you.
    www.mountainmarttreks.com

    ReplyDelete
  9. Trekking in Nepal
    EncountersNepal.com is a reliable Trekking in Nepal, climbing and Expedition Company founded in Nepal. We are best known for Eco trekking service provider since 2004.
    http://www.encountersnepal.com

    ReplyDelete
  10. Everest Base Camp Trek
    Everest base camp trek "A lifetime achievement visiting worlds highest mountain from classic route to Everest South base camp amidst the rich buddhist culture, warm-friendly locals, traditional village, land of worlds heritage, high alpine valley's in the shade of the mighty Number On 'Mt.Everest'."This trip allows you to view Mt.Everest and other breathe taking snow capped panorama, our adventurous journey takes you to the classic south face of Mt.Everest in Nepal. This trek begins with a sweeping scenic flight to Lukla and the trek starts from here, the trek follows many farm villages on route with beautiful views of the high snow capped peaks of the world, and to the highest spot at Kalapatthar for the outstanding breathe taking view panorama of peaks and its glacier including Mt.Everest at a stone throw distance. After reaching the Everest Base Camp near the greatKhumbu Ice Fall our journey ends at Lukla for the scenic flight back to Kathmandu
    http://www.encountersnepal.com

    ReplyDelete
  11. Annapurna Base Camp Trek
    Annapurna base camp trek, which begins at 1,090m, climbs to 4,130m at ABC. It is fairly demanding, but is suitable for beginners or adventure trekkers: provided you are reasonably fit and walk slowly up the higher slopes. From Pokhara, a bus will take you to Nayapul from where you will walk, from ridge to river over many ridges, as the trail gradually climbs past villages and terraced farmlands or bird-filled forests of rhododendron, oak, maple and pine. Annapurna sanctuary trekking open high ground is rewarded with outstanding views of high peaks and glaciers in the area.
    http://www.encountersnepal.com

    ReplyDelete
  12. Adventure Great Himalaya is a government registered Trekking company in Nepal. comprised of qualified and experienced
    professional Nepal Trekking Agency. Adventure Great Himalaya has provided thousands of high quality trekking and tours trips
    for clients from all over the world. If your interest lies in Nepal trekking, Peak climbing, Tours in Nepal and River rafting
    or cultural sightseeing, our professional and knowledgeable staff is available to make your stay comfortable and memorable.
    Leave your worries to us and enjoy your holidays in Nepal.
    Trekking agency in nepal
    Nepal Trekking Agent
    Best Trekking Company in Nepal
    Trekking in Nepal
    Everest base camp trek
    Annapurna base camp trek
    Package tour in Nepal
    Peak Climbing in Nepal

    ReplyDelete
  13. Annapurna Ghorepani trek ,
    trekking Annapurna
    One of the Best view trekking & Rural ethnic Villages .
    This trek starting point drive pokhara to Nayapul walk to starting easy trek through picturesque mountain village , forest of bright rhododendron and a variety of ethnic groups and cultures winding your way up terraced hillside pass through villages of the Gurung and chhetri people and emerge onto ridges to indulge in incredible views . the highlight and high point of the trek is poon hill , which offers the best panoramic view of the high Himalayan in Nepal Annapurna ,Dhaulagiri & fish – tail , and explore ghandruk village teak to Dhampus this trek ending point phedi dive to pokhara .
    http://www.nepalguidetrekking.com/Annapurna-Region/ghorepani-poonhill-trek.php

    ReplyDelete
  14. Tamang Heritage Trek

    This is a newly opened trekking route in the Langtang region. It is easily accessible from Kathmandu by bus and trek starts from Gatlang. The trail then heads east towards Briddim village where we lodge with locals in a family home.One can observe the ancient lifestyle of the people who are originated from Tibet and later on they changed their ethnicity to Tamang.


    The culture, rituals, costumes and traditions of these people are quite similar to the Tibetans across the border. Trekkers will have an opportunity to observe Syabru, Mane and other local dances at Goljung and Gatlang villages besides enjoying hot bath in the healing hot-water spring at Tatopani before reaching Nagthali. To stay at Thuman village would be an unforgettable experience. After stay at village we climb up to Gosainkund Lakes and descend to the trail end to catch a transport and return to Kathmandu. This is the only trek that provides family home stay accommodation and allows you to explore the remote people and culture of the Tamang and Tibetan borderland area.

    Itinerary
    Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu airport and transfer to hotel.
    Day 02: Half Day sightseeing tour.
    Day 03: Drive Kathmandu to Syabru Besi (1460m)
    Day 04: Trek to Goljung (2200m. 4½ hrs)
    Day 05: Trek to Gatlang (2220m. 5 hrs)
    Day 06:Trek to Tatopani (2607m. 6 hrs)
    Day 07: Trek to Thuman (2338m. 5½ hrs)
    Day 08: Trek to Timure (1762m. 5 hrs)
    Day 09: Trek to Briddim (2229m. 5 hrs)
    Day 10: Trek to Thulo Syabru (2200m. 7 hrs)
    Day 11: Trek to Shing Gomba (3200m. 4½ hrs)
    Day 12: Trek to Laurebina (3900m. 4hrs)
    Day 13: Trek to Gosainkunda - Cholangpati (3500m, 6 hrs)
    Day 14: Trek to Dhunche (2000m. 4 hrs)
    Day 15: Drive Dhunche to Kathmandu.http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Tamang-Heritage-Trek.phphttp://www.nepalguideinfo.com

    ReplyDelete
  15. We offer you Wonderful package for Nepal trekking , Travels Nepal , Treks Nepal , Tour Nepal , Everest base camp trek, Everest Treks , Annapurna Base camp Treks , Trekking Annapurna Island Peak Peak Climbing


    langtang trek
    Annapurna trek
    Evererest Trek
    peak climbing in Nepal
    jungle safari in Nepal
    cultural tour
    mountain flight

    ReplyDelete
  16. Poon Hill Trekking

    Poon hill Trekking
    There are a number of options for short treks in the foothills to the north of Pokhara. Most of these variations will visit Ghandruk and Ghorepani. Poonhill is the best viewpoint for panoramic view of Annapurna Himalayan range, can be reached easily from Ghorepani. Ghandruk is a large traditional Gurung village while Ghorepani is the settlement below the famed vantage point of Poonhill. The itinerary suits for those who want to see and feel within short period of time, a beautiful panoramic mountain view from the elevation of 3210m along with some traditional villages and their culture.

    Poon hill Trekking
    Trekking highlights:
    Typical Magar and Gurung villages at Ulleri and Ghandruk, sunrise and Mountain View from Poonhill, rhododendron and alpine trees.


    Poon hill Trekking
    Poon hill Trekking, Nepal Trek, Sun Rise view, Annapurna Region,Sun set view ,Annapurna Panoramic View,annapurna poon hill,temperature poon hill,annapurna trekking,poon hill trekking map,poon hill trek,annapurna poon hill trek,ghorepani poonhill ghandruk trek,annapurna poon hill,temperature poon hill,annapurna trekking, himalaya trekking,poon hill trek,annapurna poon hill trek,ghorepani poonhill ghandruk trek,annapurna ghorepani trek,ghorepani poon hill trek 4 days,ghorepani poon hill trekitinerary,ghorepani poon hill trek with freelance guide,ghorepani poon hill trek cost,poon hill trek map,teahouse trek in ghorepani ,ghorepani altitude

    Poon hill Trekking

    ReplyDelete