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One Year on a Bike

Bicycle travel is about going slowly, exploring the world and seeing it for the first time, also bringing back the most indelible memories about the people you’ve met. "One Year on a Bike” is a new book that documents Martijn Doolaard´s cycling journey from Amsterdam to Singapore, it is simultaneously a travelogue and visual journey, and depicts his long adventurous ride, plus the pleasure, the pain, and the lessons learned through traveling. Doolaard shares the gear and knowledge that made his trip possible alongside the passionate curiosities that served as his impetus.

To be released on March 25, but available now for a special pre-order price of $38 $60. Available in Europe here




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THE CAMPOUT COOKBOOK

The Campout Cookbook is a new book packed with recipes for cooking around the fire and under the stars. Penned by Marnie Hanel and Jen Stevenson (authors of the award-winning The Picnic), this beautifully illustrated book contains 75 ingenious recipes for camp food, along with advice and tips to take your outdoor eats to the next level. We are talking wood-fired skillet pizzas, cast-iron breads, fire-roasted veggies, and dessert in the form of dark cho...
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TREE HOTEL | SWEDEN

This futuristic project was conceived by Tree hotel co-founder kent lindvall, it´s located in Sweden and currently consists of four crazy rooms, the mirrorcube, the nest, the blue cone and the cabin. The most impressive of the rooms has to be the "mirrorcube", it reflects everything making it nearly invisible in the forest. Check out the hotel´s website for more info and photos on this awesome project....
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CHICKEN AND CHARCOAL

Japanese food lovers rejoice. Matt Abergel of Yardbird launches Chicken and Charcoal, his first cookbook that delves into the restaurant´s journey from humble beginnings to the culinary phenomenon it is today. The chef puts the spotlight on Yakitori, the time-honoured Japanese cooking technique in which chicken skewers are grilled over binchotan charcoal and enjoyed with an ice cold beer, sake or cocktail. The book reveals the magic behind the restaurant...
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