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Top Gear | The Cool 500

New must read for all car fanatics, cult TV series Top Gear has just released The Cool 500: The Coolest Cars Ever Made. In the unique bible of motoring worship youŽll find the undisputed coolest rides on the planet, from prewar vintage motors to the supercars of the future. The book is illustrated with stunning Top Gear-style photography and their renowned witty and expert commentary. via

You can get it in Europe here




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THE AIRPLANE HOTEL | COSTA RICA | Image

THE AIRPLANE HOTEL | COSTA RICA

Located in the jungles of Manuel Antonio in Costa Rica, this crazy project from costa verde designers features 2 bedrooms, tv area, kitchentte Dinning Foyer, Master Bath,and a Wing Balcony. This classic airplane, nestled on the edge of the National Park, is perched on a 50-foot pedestal. At this height, you will enjoy scenic ocean and jungle views from the hard wood deck built atop the planes former right wing....
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TITANIUM SAKE SET

Snow Peak are selling this gorgeous Titanium Sake Set for the discerned sake or wine drinker who cares deeply about his drinking vessel. The set (sold separately) features a single walled titanium bottle made to chill your sake, double walled glasses that are perfect for both hot and cold sake, and a neoprene sleeve that keeps it all together nicely.    Learn more from Snow Peak, or grab it now from Amazon...
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SNORKEL THE UNDERGROUND RIVERS AT XCARET | MEXICO | Image

SNORKEL THE UNDERGROUND RIVERS AT XCARET | MEXICO

Xcaret is an ecological theme park located in the Maya Riviera, south of Playa del Carmen and 75 miles south of Cancun in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Among the many attractions of the place, is one of the coolest rides, the underground rivers. With water so blue, and naturally bright you can admire the breathtaking natural wonders. The trip is over one kilometer, and takes about 20 minutes. Via Blurppy...
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