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Necker Island | Stay At Richard Bransons Private Paradise

Necker Island is Virgin owner Sir Richard Bransonīs 74 acre private paradise located in the British Virgin Islands. There is a team of 60 fabulous staff on the island to take care of your every need. Necker Island can be hired for up to 28 people sharing 14 rooms in the main house and six houses scattered around the island. This idyllic paradise has an exciting choice of recreational pursuits for the athletically inclined, it now has the worldīs first 3-person aero submarine taking  exploration under the sea to a whole new level.



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DIY FURNITURE

One for the "do it yourself" fanatics, this should keep you entertained... DIY Furniture is a step-by-step guide that features 30 designs by leading designer-makers from around the world. The projects show you simple techniques to assemble designer furniture with common materials that you can buy at any hardware store. Projects include a bed, a wardrobe, lighting and garden furniture amongst others. Get it in Europe here...
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GETAWAY TINY CABINS

Getaway offers rentable tiny houses in the woods of New York and Boston, close enough to let you escape in an instant and recharge. Take a break from your daily routine and disconnect from the outside world in one of the companyīs tiny cabins packed with modern amenities, and capable of sleeping 2-4 people depending on the desired size. Located in a secret, undisclosed location less than two hours from the city, each cabin is the perfect hideaway where you can leave...
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AMAZING ALILA VILLAS ULUWATU RESORT

Designed by Singapore-based architecture firm Woha, the breathtaking, award winning, Alila Villas Uluwatu Resort, is located on the southern coastline of Balis Bukit Peninsula, close to an ideal area for surfing. Wooden relaxation pavilions are suspended over the water, giving the impression they are floating. Sustainability is present every in the resort, local materials were used, such as volcanic rocks and bamboo. To save water, pools were built of sea water. ...
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