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Musha Cay | Worlds Most Expensive Island Resort

If you are planning for a vacation on an island and you are filthy rich, then Musha Cay  is the location for you. This amazing retreat that features four islands in southern Bahamas is owned by magician David Copperfield the island is said to be out of this earth with breathtaking beauty. The resort is spread on more than 150 acres , has a 10,000 square foot private Manor house situated on the crest of the hill and equipped with luxurious amenities. The resortīs kitchen is run by top british chef Chris Cossens. If you want to stay there you will have to hire the entire property that costs $325,000 p/week!



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THE DRIVE

After a successful edition of The Ride, a bestseller about the world of custom motorcycles, publisher Gestalten have turned their cameras to the custom car scene in The Drive. The beautifully illustrated book showcases the best of the best custom cars that are designed and made by a small number of specialists from around the globe. The book also includes bold photo spreads, profiles of builders, and exclusive essays that celebrate the variety of automotive craftsma...
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FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE JET AROUND THE WORLD TOUR

Four Seasons have announced their new ultra luxurious private jet. The customized Boeing 757 will take up to 52 guests guests around the world on bespoke journeys. The next 24-day exclusive around the world tour booked for February 2015 is almost sold out and will take guests to nine of Four Seasons Hotels spread across the world, including exotic stops at Hawaii, Bora Bora, Sydney, Bali, Thailand and India. Trip will cost $119,000 a person. You can learn more about...
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NIMMO BAY RESORT

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is an all-inclusive luxury resort located in the middle of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, where every single view is postcard perfect. Accessible only by helicopter, float-plane or boat, the intimate family owned and operated resort offers guests a mere 9 private log cabins, and an endless array of outdoor activity options including - grizzly bear viewing, fishing, snorkeling, rope swinging, tubing, wake boarding, hiking, ...
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