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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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The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees

The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees is a tale of craftsmanship for nature lovers, and about the joy of making things in wood. The fascinating read tells the story of how one individual (Rob Penn) cut down a single ash tree to see how many things could be crafted from it. In the book, Rob talks about the therapeutic value of working with wood, the joy of making things in wood, of its touch and smell, its many uses, and the resonant, calming effect of running our han...
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In the spirit of the Wild West, this holster keeps your beer ready for a quick draw whenever the thirst arises. Made of rugged leather, it snaps onto any standard belt and the adjustable nylon strap wraps around the thigh for additional support. A fun accessory for parties and tailgates, it also makes a convenient holder when you need your hands free for grill duty....
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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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