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Avex Freeflow Water Bottle

AVEX, a leading reusable water bottle brand for outdoor adventurers, has introduced the Freeflow Autoseal Stainless Water Bottle, capable of holding liquids up to 10 hours hot and 29 hours cold. The steel water bottle features Avex´s revolutionary Autoseal patented technology, a press-to-sip, release-to-seal button that automatically seals between sips. Available now in several colors including an awesome unfinished stainless version.

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TROPICAL ISLANDS RESORT | WORLDS LARGEST INDOOR WATER PARK | Image

TROPICAL ISLANDS RESORT | WORLDS LARGEST INDOOR WATER PARK

This is huge! Located in Germany, Tropical Islands stretches across an area of 66,000 m², the size of eight football fields. It has perfect temperatures of 26 °C and is home to the world’s biggest indoor rainforest, Europe’s largest tropical sauna and spa complex, a Tropical Sea with a 200 metre-long sandy beach and many other exciting attractions. And best of all it’s open all year round, 24 hours a day!...
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HANDPRESSO | PORTABLE ESPRESSO MACHINE | Image

HANDPRESSO | PORTABLE ESPRESSO MACHINE

If you like the outdoors and can´t live without a good cup of coffee, you should check out the Handpresso Wild Hybrid portable espresso machine. It is simple, light, elegant and compact, with no battery or electricity needed, making it perfect for carrying while trekking or traveling. The little contraption works like a traditional bicycle pump, you generate a 16-bar pressure, add hot water and coffee, and voilá! a high quality espresso. via...
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AMAZING ALILA VILLAS ULUWATU RESORT | Image

AMAZING ALILA VILLAS ULUWATU RESORT

Designed by Singapore-based architecture firm Woha, the breathtaking, award winning, Alila Villas Uluwatu Resort, is located on the southern coastline of Balis Bukit Peninsula, close to an ideal area for surfing. Wooden relaxation pavilions are suspended over the water, giving the impression they are floating. Sustainability is present every in the resort, local materials were used, such as volcanic rocks and bamboo. To save water, pools were built of sea water. ...
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