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Doomed | Crystal Skull Shot Glass

Another original product from Fred & Friends, Doomed is a "Crystal Skull" shot glass that holds 2.5 ounces of your favorite beverage, when filled the liquid inside the skulls seems to "float" inside of the rim of the glass. The glass looks amazing with darker colored liquids in it, making the skull stand out. Also check out the very cool "Bombs away" shot glasses.



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JUBEL ADVENTURE TRAVEL

Feeling adventurous? This travel site can book you a mystery vacation! Jubel is a new travel website, but unlike conventional travel planners, this one creates personalized adventures for you and guides you through the experience by delivering letters throughout the trip, so you never know where you are heading next. They curate a personalized journey based on your travel style, and budget, simply choose what countries or regions you would like to discover and they ...
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HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY | Image

HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY

This great guide from Matt Kepnes shows you some tips on how you can make great trips with not a lot of cash around. Matt is very experienced on the subject, he´s the award wining author of the travel blog nomadicmatt.com, and also a travel writer for great publications around the world, such as the NYTimes, The Guardian, TIME or National Geographic. In this book he uses his experience by providing some tricks on how to arrange  cheap accommodation, which credi...
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CABANAS NO RIO | COMPORTA PORTUGAL

On the Portuguese coast (about an hour south of Lisbon) lies a hidden piece of paradise...Comporta. This beautiful region is known for the magnificent white sandy beaches, the wine, fresh fish and the beautiful rice paddies. Cabanas no Rio is a project by architect Manuel Aires Mateus, the same guy behind the "Casas na Areia”. The romantic hideaway is ideal to relax, recharge batteries and simply enjoy nature. The two recovered old fisherman huts have in total only ...
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