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Guntu Floating Hotel

Guntu is a a new creation that is making our admiration grow for all things that come out of the rising sun country... Japan. The fabulous floating hotel, designed by the acclaimed architect Yasube Horibe, aims to recreate a Ryokan - traditional Japanese Inn. Comprised of 19 rooms (all boasting their own terrace and gorgeous sea views), it’s all elegantly finished, with wood as its main element and the traditional minimalist oriental style. The beautiful ship slowly cruises the Set Inland Sea and you may choose six different courses to enjoy the striking landscape. On the rooftop you’ll get a spacious deck to admire the ever-changing view plus an indoor lounge to stay warm and mingle with the other guests should you choose to. Guests can also enjoy delicious Japanese food, sushi, and seasonal dishes in the expansive dining room. If you’re heading that way, be sure to check it out and book some reservations ahead.



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NUT HAMMER

The Nut Hammer is the new sleek and useful solution if you like to eat nuts but just hate the hassle of the little pieces of broken shell that get all over the place. This hammer has a small silicone cup that will attach to the metal top, keeping all the pieces inside, saving you a lot of time, and making the process much more efficient. Crafted in a dark wooden ash, with a cast iron top and a small silicone holder, the handy tool will work with many types of nuts. ...
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EXTREME HAMMOCK ADVENTURE

Searching for a unique and thrilling outdoor experience? Every year, an eclectic mix of thrill-seekers get together at the International Highline Meeting in Monte Piana, high up in the northern Italian Alps, for an unique experience strung hundreds of feet above the ground. If you´re interested in joining these adventurous folks, you can head over to their website for more information, the registration fee costs $40 and includes access to the lines, tent place, brea...
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WHERE TO DRINK COFFEE

Following the footsteps of bestsellers "Where Chefs Eat”, "Where to Eat Pizza”, and ”Where Bartenders Drink”, comes the new book from the popular series, it is called - "Where to Drink Coffee”, an insider´s guide to where the best baristas in the world go for a cup of coffee. Everyone knows cafe pit stops are the best part of a city break, in this book you´ll know the top places to drink coffee across the world (includes over 600 places in 50 countries). The recomme...
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