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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 resort´s 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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WHERE CHEFS EAT | Image

WHERE CHEFS EAT

How about this…a Guide to Chefs Favorite Restaurants! Book publisher Phaidon has just released the first international restaurant guidebook by the real insiders, with over 400 of the worlds top chefs. The book reveals over 2,000 personal recommendations by chefs of their top places to eat in all major cities around the world, from burger joints, late-night snacks, to high-end restaurants. Its like having a top chef as your best friend to give you advice whenever you...
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SCRATCH & SNIFF WINE GUIDE

The Essential Scratch & Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert is a fun yet educational way of learning how to detect subtle scents in your wine like an expert. In the first book of its kind (yes, it really is scratch and sniff), you´ll be able to discover for example the difference between a Syrah and a Sangiovese, and sniff your way through the basic components of wine: fruits, wood, and earth....
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DANISH PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY BIG

Designed by BIG, the Danish pavilion is designed to give visitors an idea of what it is like to be in a Danish city with cyclists and pedestrians and other integrated sustainable elements such as a harbour bath and a social bench. The Danish exhibition is an unfolded living fairytale book that combines art, images, film, words and sound and invites visitors to try out the Welfairytales themselves. You don’t just read about the city bike, you can ride it....
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