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Arctica

Arctica: The Vanishing North, is a new book that pays tribute to one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and surely, the last true wilderness - the North Pole. The beautifully illustrated book is by internationally renowned photographer, author and activist Sebastian Copeland, whom is working to try and save this splendor before it vanishes for good. The comprehensive visual record is filled with over 200 rich photographs taken as he explored North Pole´s unforgiving terrain, and the end result is spectacular. A must have for anyone that is fascinated with nature photography.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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SLATGRILL

SlatGrill is an essential item for packing light on the trail, it is a minimal, versatile and portable grill that you can easily set up anywhere to cook anything. Flat packed in an elegant and compact canvas roll, SlatGrill is quick and easy to set up and features non-corrosive hard-anodized aluminum panel walls with stainless steel slats that create a solid structure capable of supporting over 100 pounds....
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CHEVAL BLANC RANDHELI PRIVATE ISLAND

Cheval Blanc Randheli is the ultimate retreat, an exclusive private island resort that offers ultimate privacy and 5-star service. Located north from Male, within the constellation of islands that form the Noonu Atoll, in the Maldives, the four-bedroom villa offers sumptuous lodgings sleeping a total of 8 people and features exceptional private spaces, a dedicated team and exclusive facilities including its own spa, oversized outdoor pool, pristine beaches, exotic g...
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SUPERSONIC

Concorde was the first supersonic passenger-carrying commercial airplane, it was truly ahead of its time, and 15 years after its retirement, the plane still remains a futuristic vision of air travel. With a cruising altitude of 19,812 metres (65,000 feet) – nearly twice the height of other airliners – and a speed of 1345.6mph (more than twice the speed of sound) Concorde flew 100 souls higher and faster than modern fighter jets, making the journey from L...
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