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Doomed | Crystal Skull Shot Glass

Another original product from Fred & Friends, Doomed is a "Crystal Skull" shot glass that holds 2.5 ounces of your favorite beverage, when filled the liquid inside the skulls seems to "float" inside of the rim of the glass. The glass looks amazing with darker colored liquids in it, making the skull stand out. Also check out the very cool "Bombs away" shot glasses.



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FUCHUN BOAT ROOMS | Image

FUCHUN BOAT ROOMS

Fuchun Boat Rooms are a touring option should you be travelling to China one of these days, especially if you’re going anywhere near the Hangzhou area. These houses aim to recover the spirit of the Chinese river people that lived on these parts for hundreds of years, starting in the early Ming dynasty and up to the middle of the Qing one. These houses were created by a team of architects from the prestigious China Academy of Art, they’re pretty much wooden cabins th...
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MIRA BEER GROWLER

The new MIRA Beer Growler keeps your favorite brewskie cold for up to 24 hours! The double walled, vacuum insulated bottle is made with high quality 18/8 stainless steel, is BPA free, and is sealed with an air-tight, screw-on seal on top. With a 64oz capacity, it holds enough drink for a crowd, and its wide mouth makes for easy pouring, drinking, and cleaning. It can also keep hot beverages (a soup, hot cocoa, or a cup of coffee) steaming for up to 12 hours. ...
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RAYAVADEE RESORT | THAILAND | Image

RAYAVADEE RESORT | THAILAND

Rayavadee Resort is an exclusive, luxury five-star resort on the tropical peninsula of PhraNang in the spectacular and peaceful Marine National Park of Krabi, Thailand. The resort is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, it nestles discreetly amidst tropical gardens and coconut groves against a back of sheer cliffs, lush jungle foliage and the clear waters of the Andaman Sea. ...
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