stuff we drool about

Mountain Guest House | Switzerland

Tucked into the side of a mountain in the Swiss Alps is a unique guest house called Berggasthaus Aescher-Wildkirchli. The 170-year-old dreamy hotel is in the most precarious position, clinging to the foot of a vertical cliff face and can only be accessed by a combination of cable car and hiking.

Website myswitzerland.com offers a hiking program with spectacular views of this fascinating hiking area and lunch at the hotel´s restaurant.

Other unique restaurants:
The Rock Restaurant in Zanzibar 
Waterfall Restaurant in the Philippines 
Tree Dining Pod at Soneva Kiri Resort Thailand




mountain-guest-house-switzerlend-2.jpg | Image

mountain-guest-house-switzerlend-3.jpg | Image

mountain-guest-house-switzerlend-4.jpg | Image

mountain-guest-house-switzerlend-5.jpg | Image

Taylor Stitch
Briston watches
Huckberry Interior
THE ART OF FIXING THINGS | Image

THE ART OF FIXING THINGS

Another great book for the handyman. If you´re a skilled person at a wide range of repairs, this book is for you. "The Art of Fixing Things" by Lawrence E. Pierce features 150 useful tips and tricks to make things last longer, and save you money. The book will teach you how to repair your possessions rather than throwing them away. Get it in Europe here...
read more
2018 GIFTS FOR THE GLOBETROTTER | Image

2018 GIFTS FOR THE GLOBETROTTER

Today´s Gift guide roundup features some great gear for the jetsetter in your life, handy stuff for that loved friend or family member who spends most of their days asleep in airports or hotels. We have gathered some original gift ideas for the globetrotter who already has everything. Hey, maybe hell repay you with airline miles......
read more
TACOPEDIA | Image

TACOPEDIA

Taco lovers rejoice! Tacopedia is an encyclopedic tribute to Mexico´s tacos and taco culture, with everything you need to know about one of the worlds most popular dishes. From the history of the tortilla, to 100 recipes for fillings, salsas, sauces and more, this is the ultimate reference on taco culture. Tacopedias highly graphic style is beautifully illustrated with street photography around Mexico, and accompanied by interviews, stories, illustrations, graphics,...
read more