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Singita Sweni Lodge | South Africa

Singita Sweni Lodge is part of the luxurious Singita Game Reserves in South Africa. It is located at the famous Kruger National Park by the Sweni River. The sweni lodge has six opulent suites and can accommodate 12 guests. Staying at the lodge includes two daily game drives with professional guides, walking safaris, three meals per day and all drinks including premium wines, spirits and liqueurs.



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HERB

Marijuana is becoming more and more accepted in modern culture, with many studies defending it offers countless therapeutic properties for both mental and physical ailments. Also rapidly growing is the culinary-cannabis movement, Herb: Mastering the Art of Cooking With Cannabis is a hardcover, 200+ page cookbook with hundreds of recipes, beautiful photography, detailed extraction methods, the science behind cannabis, medicating with cannabis, and much, much, more…...
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INSANE SHOTOVER JET | NEW ZEALAND | Image

INSANE SHOTOVER JET | NEW ZEALAND

For those who like extreme sports and want a new thrill, this is a new adventure: the Shotover Jet! It consists of a jet boat adventure in Queenstown-New Zealand, in which instead of reaching high speeds on large rivers... you reach high speeds on narrow rocky rivers. The jet boat is powered by two Buick 3.8 litre V6 supercharged engines producing 520hp. Check out the amazing video, just by watching, you´ll get an adrenaline rush. via Mb&f ...
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WORLDS LARGEST SWIMMING POOL | SAN ALFONSO DEL MAR RESORT CHILE | Image

WORLDS LARGEST SWIMMING POOL | SAN ALFONSO DEL MAR RESORT CHILE

This is insane! Located at the emblematic San Alfonso de Mar resort in Chile, its pool holds the current Guinness record as the world’s largest crystalline water pool, with an extension of 1.013km in length, eight hectares and 250 million liters of water. Hard to imagine? We are talking about nothing less than the equivalent to 6,000 familiar 8-meters-long pools. The pool is so large that tourists actually cruise along in sail boats and kayaks....
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