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Go Cubes Chewable Coffee

If you’re completely non-functional without your morning coffee and need a couple cups of joe before youre really ready to face the day and get to work, you might like to hear about Go Cubes, a new chewable coffee in the form of mocha-colored gummies. Go Cubes are designed to deliver the desired caffeine kick, while reducing the jitters the drink can cause, for a well-rounded, focused feel. Each gummy equals half a cup of coffee, and each pack comes with an assortment of our three classic flavors.

Learn more from Nootrobox, or grab a box from Amazon
Available in Europe here




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UNDERWATER DOGS | BY SETH CASTEEL | Image

UNDERWATER DOGS | BY SETH CASTEEL

Underwater Dogs is a best seller book by award-winning photographer Seth Casteel. The book contains over 80 unique and exhilarating photographs of dogs underwater in pursuit of a ball. The pictures give us another view of our old friends determination underwater playing fetch and each image bubbles with exuberance and life. The dogs look terrified but are surely having a great time. via You can purchase it in Europe here ...
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ROCK BAR | AYANA RESORT BALI INDONESIA | Image

ROCK BAR | AYANA RESORT BALI INDONESIA

This looks like a nice place to chill-out, the Rock bar is often credited as being "Balis best bar", it´s located at the Ayana Resort in Indonesia, a seafront 77-acre property that features 78 private luxury villas and a 290-room hotel. The bar is perched 14 meters above Jimbaran Bay and offers 360-degrees of sheer glamour on a rocky outcrop at the base of towering cliffs. Via DesignRulz ...
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GLASS BOTTOM POOL | HOLIDAY INN SHANGHAI | Image

GLASS BOTTOM POOL | HOLIDAY INN SHANGHAI

Surely inspired by Hotel Joule in Dallas, The Holiday Inn in Shanghai China have recently revealed their breathtaking cantilever swimming pool located high on the hotel´s 24th floor. Guests can enjoy a swimming "over the air" experience at the very "deep end" of the pool, with nothing but a glass bottom underneath! If you have a fear of heights, you will probably want to stay in the shallow end......
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