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Rocket Stove

Rocket Stove will probably become your new favorite outdoorsy mate if you´re a fan of cooking in the open air. It may seem simple but there´s been some thought put into it making it practical, safe and efficient. Built from a special patented metal alloy, it´s rugged and sturdy to withstand heavy-duty use, it´s light enough to carry with you on your long walks or trails (around 9 pounds), and has some practical features such as the legs on the side to improve stability, temperature proof handles, should you have to move it around, and with a nice list of accessories you can purchase on the aftermarket that fit its powerful combustion chamber such as the drip pan or the bigger and handy pot.



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TRISARA RESORT | PHUKET THAILAND | Image

TRISARA RESORT | PHUKET THAILAND

Trisara means "Third Garden in Heaven", this place sure looks like heaven. Trisara Resort is nestled in a private bay just 15 minutes from Phuket - Thailand. Trisara is hidden amongst lush tropical jungle, its a sanctuary of privacy, space and simple good taste. At the resort you can stay at one of the stunning 39 pool villas that sit above the bay, they offer private pools, dramatic sea views and a true sense of privacy.   ...
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CONRAD HOTEL MALDIVES

Discover barefoot luxury at the award-winning Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort, set on two private islands among miles of idyllic white-sand beach and unspoilt reef. Arrive at the Maldives hotel in style in a seaplane over the lagoon, dine in the worlds first all-glass, undersea restaurant and indulge in luxurious spa therapies....
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InBox Capsule Hotel

If you´re one of those adventure travelers that likes to travel light and requires only the bare essentials, the InBox Capsule Hotel is the perfect pitstop. Located in the heart of Saint-Petersburg, Russia, the unique hotel both minimises and maximises space with this typically Japanese concept. Designed by DA Architects, the minimal hotel invites 24 guests to stay in small wooden bunks, and unlike traditional hotels where rooms are larger but socially restricting, ...
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