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Tubohotel | Eco-friendly Hotel In Mexico

Tubohotel is one of the world´s most unique hotels, it is located in Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico. The hotel designed by Architect studio T3arc uses recycled concrete pipes for hotel rooms. The owner wanted to build a fast, inexpensive, eco-friendly, and affordable hotel, it features 20 rooms with beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding unique and natural environment . The rooms are stacked in pyramids of three tubes to harness the ground as much as possible. You can stay at Tubohotel for around $43 per night.



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EXTREME HAMMOCK ADVENTURE | Image

EXTREME HAMMOCK ADVENTURE

Searching for a unique and thrilling outdoor experience? Every year, an eclectic mix of thrill-seekers get together at the International Highline Meeting in Monte Piana, high up in the northern Italian Alps, for an unique experience strung hundreds of feet above the ground. If you´re interested in joining these adventurous folks, you can head over to their website for more information, the registration fee costs $40 and includes access to the lines, tent place, brea...
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BEER LEATHER HOLSTER

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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THE GREAT WIDE OPEN

Leave your hectic urban live behind and escape far into the quiet depths of nature, that is what this new book suggests. The Great Wide Open is a new book that celebrates the desire for outdoor adventure, and compiles awe-inspiring images of some of the worlds most beautiful places. The book will take you on a visual journey through faraway lands from Mongolia to Peru, as seen by those who have climbed that mountain and surfed that wave, at some of the Earth’s most ...
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