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How To Survive Anything

The authors of "Outdoor Life” have been providing outdoor and urban survival expertise to millions of readers over the years, their new book How to Survive Anything helps you get prepared for whatever life throws at you, be ready for the everyday threats such as earthquakes, avalanches and hurricanes, meteor strikes or killer viruses. With over 200 pages of wonderfully illustrated guides, the all-purpose A to Z manual, lays out the survival situations we’re all likely to face, and gets you prepared for whatever this world throws at you.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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CRAFT COFFEE

Craft Coffee is a coffee subscription service that is the thing to have if you enjoy the oldest energy drink. You can, yourself, choose the type of coffee you´d like to order and enjoy, or leave it up to the coffee experts at Craft Coffee to surprise you, or, you can discover, through some quick questions, the type of blend that matches your preferences. The coffee blends are provided by the best American independent roasters, they are freshly made and hand delivere...
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Velo 3RD Gear

Riding a bicycle is more than a means of transportation; it’s a way of life. Velo is a book that explores today’s contemporary bicycle culture and style, the latest release Velo 3rd Gear, introduces the world’s best bikes along with their makers and related products, plus truly stylish bike-related clothing. It also shares compelling perspectives, stories, and experiences from the growing community of cyclists worldwide. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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EDGE WALK | CN TOWER TORONTO

EdgeWalk at the CN Tower, has become Toronto’s most extreme attraction. Thrill lovers will walk on the edge of one of the world’s tallest buildings, 356m/1168ft (116 storeys) above the ground. Visitors will walk in groups of six, while attached to an overhead safety rail via a trolley and harness system. Trained EdgeWalk guides will encourage participants to push their personal limits, allowing them to lean back over Toronto with nothing but air and breathtaking vie...
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