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Bedarra Island Luxury Resort | Great Barrier Reef Australia

Bedarra Island is a boutique island resort at the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland. With just 16 architecturally refined Villas nestled into the rainforest, Bedarra Island is very much a place for the dedicated few. With a maximum of just 32 guests in the resort at any one time, Bedarra is still very much a secret to the outside world.



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THE OFFICIAL JOHN WAYNE HANDY BOOK FOR MEN | Image

THE OFFICIAL JOHN WAYNE HANDY BOOK FOR MEN

Live your life the John Wayne way with the insightful quotes, wit, wisdom and advice enclosed in this faux leather hardcover book. Filled with step by step advice and real-world examples, this guide illustrates dozens of hard-hitting and practical skills, from surviving in the wild to tying a tie, riding a horse, throwing a punch, getting a clean shave, talking to women, instilling good values in ones children, writing the perfect thank you note, saving a drowning p...
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WHERE TO DRINK COFFEE | Image

WHERE TO DRINK COFFEE

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ONE CLICK | JEFF BEZOS AND THE RISE OF AMAZON.COM | Image

ONE CLICK | JEFF BEZOS AND THE RISE OF AMAZON.COM

Why has Amazon been so successful? Much of it has to do with Jeff Bezos, the CEO and founder. In the book "One Click" available from today, you´ll find out why Bezos decided to allow negative product reviews, how Amazon survived the dotcoms bust of the early 2000s, the company´s future ideas, and many of Bezos forward-looking insights and ruthless business sense. The book is written by veteran journalist Richard L. Brandt. Judging by Brandt´s previous work - "Th...
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