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Oval Digital Handpan

Oval is a digital version of the popular Handpan (hang drum) acoustic instrument. The light, portable and durable instrument is designed to provide total freedom in music creation, with the ergonomics and playability of a hang drum, but with access to a world of almost limitless sonic possibilities. The beautiful electronic musical instrument  features a ring of multi-sensing pads that respond to velocity, pressure and X/Y location, and comes with a accompanying app that allows you to both change and create sounds. watch the video below



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WHERE TO DRINK COFFEE | Image

WHERE TO DRINK COFFEE

Following the footsteps of bestsellers "Where Chefs Eat”, "Where to Eat Pizza”, and ”Where Bartenders Drink”, comes the new book from the popular series, it is called - "Where to Drink Coffee”, an insider´s guide to where the best baristas in the world go for a cup of coffee. Everyone knows cafe pit stops are the best part of a city break, in this book you´ll know the top places to drink coffee across the world (includes over 600 places in 50 countries). The recomme...
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THE EAGLES NEST | STUNNING VILLA FOR RENT IN MYKONOS GREECE | Image

THE EAGLES NEST | STUNNING VILLA FOR RENT IN MYKONOS GREECE

The Eagle’s Nest is located hillside in a unique wind-sheltered position in the Fanari area, Mykonos, Greece. This amazing villa has one of the most beautiful views in Mykonos from you can admire magical sunsets. The property is spread over different natural terraces and consists of the main house and two separate guesthouses. It features a unique infinity swimming pool....
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RIVER HOUSE | SERBIA | Image

RIVER HOUSE | SERBIA

This amazing isolated house is located on the Drina River in Serbia. The tiny wooden house has been standing on an exposed rock in the middle of the Drina River for more than 40 years, it was built by a group of young boys back in 1968 that used the rock to sunbathe. Every time there is a flood the house is destroyed, but it is built again from ground up. via photo credit: National Geographic Also check out "The Rock Restaurant" in Zanzibar...
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