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Roam Rugged Cooler

ROAM Adventure Co. first caught our attention with their line of heavy duty storage cases that protect your gear and dry goods on the road or at base camp. Now the brand has given the rugged treatment to this cooler. Built with a weather-tight seal and premium materials to yield 8-day ice retention, the Roam Rugged Cooler is exactly what you need when you are hitting the road. With a 20 qt capacity that holds up to 18 cans with ice, the robust cooler also features a drain plug, a bottle opener, a lockable lid, tie down channels, an aluminum carry handle with comfort padding, and latches that can be flipped with a single finger.



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KEEMALA RESORT PHUKET | Image

KEEMALA RESORT PHUKET

Keemala, is a magical new resort tucked away in the woodlands of Phuket, Thailand. It looks like one of those mythical villages you’d find described in the pages of a J. R. R. Tolkien or J. K. Rowling novel. At the mind-blowing resort, guests can stay in treehouses, bird’s nests and suspended tents,  each boast outdoor bathtubs and rainfall showers, a private pool and wide open spaces that encourage guests to rebalance, rejuvenate and relax among the trees,...
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KEBO | THE ONE-HANDED BOTTLE OPENER | Image

KEBO | THE ONE-HANDED BOTTLE OPENER

Another great, simple, functional invention. Kebo is a one handed bottle opener with a unique design. Kebo opens beer or soda bottles with just one hand, perfect for anyone opening a beer when  holding a cigarette or a hamburger. It´s vintage design was inspired by the Theodore Low bottle opener from the 1930s, but with a more functional and classic styling. Kebo is a great gift idea and comes in its own keepsake tin....
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GOLDENEYE RESORT | JAMAICA | Image

GOLDENEYE RESORT | JAMAICA

There could not be a better place to start a love affair with Jamaica than Goldeneye Resort, the former home of Ian Fleming (creator of James Bond - 007). Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records bought the Goldeneye Resort in 1976. The resort was recently renovated and now has 22 units including nine beach houses, eight lagoon houses, Fleming´s original villa, and four houses built by Blackwell. The house that once belonged to Ian Fleming has three bedrooms with...
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