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Rayavadee Resort | Thailand

Rayavadee Resort is an exclusive, luxury five-star resort on the tropical peninsula of PhraNang in the spectacular and peaceful Marine National Park of Krabi, Thailand. The resort is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, it nestles discreetly amidst tropical gardens and coconut groves against a back of sheer cliffs, lush jungle foliage and the clear waters of the Andaman Sea.



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CAVOTAGOO HOTEL

Looking for a special place to unwind and disconnect? Check out the Cavotagoo Hotel, a luxurious retreat in the Greek Islands (available in Mykonos and Santorini) that offers luxurious accommodations, sunset views and personalized services. This upscale hotel, is carved into rock overlooking the Aegean Sea, and features marble bathrooms with Jacuzzis, luxurious airy rooms that have terraces with pools. There are also several bedroom villas with infinity ...
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ETO WINE DECANTER

Wine lovers rejoice! The new Eto Wine Decanter not only looks beautiful, it features a unique patented valve that forms a complete seal, preserving your wine’s full flavour for weeks! Impeccably designed and crafted by industrial designer Tom Cotton, the Eto features a patented airtight seal which automatically locks when it reaches the surface of the liquid, stopping the oxidation process, and keeping your wine tasting perfectly fresh for at least 12 days. It enabl...
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UNDERWOOD WINE IN A CAN

What started of by being a promotional product by Oregon-based winemakers Union Wine, the Underwood Wine in a Can will actually be making its way to shelves soon. The company decided to "beerify” wine and make it more accessible, easy to take to places other wines dare not travel, also making it more approachable and less pretenseless, with a "pinkies down" philosophy. Canning wine is also more eco-friendly and cost-efficient. All this of course without sacrificing ...
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