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Dinner In The Sky

Dinner in the Sky is a steel structure hanging from cables that holds 22 people, the chef, and waiters. It has an acrylic ceiling for rain protection and possible surprises coming from birds. The whole structure is suspended 50 meters height! Put your seat belt on and eat a delicious meal enjoying the scenery. The original restaurant is available for 8 hours, but can be hired according to the customers wishes. And, as it is lifted by a crane, it can be mounted any place . Imagine watching a concert or sports event, having dinner from high above with your friends.



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DOCASTAWAY

Feel like disconnecting, leaving everything behind, escaping hectic city life and reconnecting with nature. Docastaway offers unique desert island experiences where they slump you on a remote deserted tropical island for a "castaway” level adventure. The Robinson Crusoe style trips are on the most remote islands, meticulously chosen and still completely untouched by western influence, secret places with secluded pristine beaches in the most beautiful archipelagos a...
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YOTEL | AIRPORT HOTEL

The Yotel is a new concept hotel, inspired by the existing capsule hotels in Japan. This concept was created by Simon Woodroffe, whose idea was to create cabins with the comfort of a luxury hotel, but with an affordable price. The Yotel offers small rooms but comfortable and modern. The beds are of reasonable size and transform into couches at the touch of a button. All rooms have access to free wireless internet, fully equipped bathroom, desk and tv. The Yotel targ...
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READ THIS IF YOU WANT TO TAKE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS

"Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs” is a new book for those who want to learn the fundamentals of Photography in a very easy to understand way. The no nonsense, straight-to-the-point manual features five chapters covering the fundamentals of photography, namely subjects like composition, exposure, light, lenses and seeing, all written in a concise manner with no scary graphs, no techie diagrams, no camera-club jargon. A must buy for anyone picking up p...
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