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Greenbelly Meal2go

Greenbelly are makers of ultralight backpacking meals that are packed with essential nutrition, providing a third of your daily recommended nutrient intake. The all natural and gluten free ingredients make them a tasty and healthy meal replacement without the artificial after taste. Each Meal2Go pouch contains two nutrition bars, together making one full meal, the perfect sustenance to bring with you out on your next trail adventure.

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ROX | THE ETERNAL ICE CUBE

ROX are a new premium line of beverage chilling stones, perfect for chilling spirits, beer, wine, coffee, and more, to the ideal drinking temperature without diluting your drink. ROX are made from 100% Soapstone, a material known for the ability to retain its temperature for extended periods of time, keeping your beverage at ideal drinking temperature without watering it down. ...
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LONDOLOZI SAFARI RESORT | SOUTH AFRICA | Image

LONDOLOZI SAFARI RESORT | SOUTH AFRICA

Enjoy your African Safari in style at the Londolozi resort. The tree camp is in Sabi Sands, Kruger Park, and offers ultra luxurious accommodation without losing the feeling of being in the true African bush. Its majestic surroundings and the amazing safari offered combined with genuine hospitality and service make Londolozi a world class safari destination....
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WHISKEY ELEMENTS

Whiskey Elements is an ingenious product developed by Time & Oak. What it does is transform your regular whiskey into a high-quality one. How does it accomplish such a deed? Well, they did spend some time developing it, they started out by studying the chemical components present in the normal and in the top of the line whiskey´s, and found out that there were some components that made the difference…and it was probably due to the contact with wood, that has the...
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