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View From A Blue Moon

After months of amazing trailers and teasers, the 60-minute cinematic masterpiece shot in 4k is now available online for all to stream. View From A Blue Moon is the first surf film ever shot in 4K and let´s you see surfing as it’s never been captured before. The movie follows one of the world’s best surfer´s John Florence and his closest friends around the globe in search of the world’s best waves, from his native Hawaii to the coast of Africa. Sit back and immerse yourself in the crystal clear shots of big waves, and breathtaking aerial shots, on one of the most anticipated films of the past decade. watch the trailer below



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View From A Blue Moon from The Orchard on Vimeo.



SILOLONA SOJOURNS | LUXURY CRUISES INDONESIA | Image

SILOLONA SOJOURNS | LUXURY CRUISES INDONESIA

Silolona Sojourns are one of the most sought after private travel experiences in South East Asia. Silolona Sojourns offers expeditions on two primary boats the Silolona and the Si Datu Bua, both modern incarnations of the traditional Indonesian ships, originally used for trade along the historic spice routes, these mini yachts offer comfort and experiences that can compete with some of the most modern yachts of today. Built using raw materials with great attention t...
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THE ART OF FIXING THINGS

Another great book for the handyman. If you´re a skilled person at a wide range of repairs, this book is for you. "The Art of Fixing Things" by Lawrence E. Pierce features 150 useful tips and tricks to make things last longer, and save you money. The book will teach you how to repair your possessions rather than throwing them away. Get it in Europe here...
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WHISKEY WEDGE

The Whiskey Wedge is an ingenious solution for whiskey lovers, keeping your favorite spirit at the right temperature without diluting it. The double-old fashioned whiskey glass comes with a silicone mold that you fill with water and freeze, this forms an ice wedge that melts slowly due to the reduced amount of surface area. ...
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