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The Discoverer

The Discoverer lets you discover the world from your inbox, their weekly emails allow you to escape the daily mundane and transport yourself to extraordinary bucket list destinations. The online portal is a global community of explorers that share insight into the world’s most unique places, with each edition giving you an insight from genuine discoverers and allowing you to escape from your daily routine for a few minutes to experience something new. Sourced from locals and in-the-know travelers, you´ll learn a little history about the place, best time of the year to go, what to do, what to visit, and the best tips.



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9 HOURS HOTEL | TOKYO JAPAN | Image

9 HOURS HOTEL | TOKYO JAPAN

Designed by Design Studio S, Tokyo´s newest hotel takes minimalism to a new level. 9h Hotel is designed using only four colors, it stacks its guest into pods to sleep for no more than 9 hours. Each guest is allotted one hour to shower, seven hours to sleep and a final hour to rest. Each pod is equipped with Panasonic control panels for setting the ambiance. The building itself wis 9 stories tall, hosts 125 capsules, locker rooms, showers, and a lounge....
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ALONE ON THE ICE

"Alone on Ice" is known as the greatest survival story in the history of exploration, the gripping account is told by award-winning writer and adventurer David Roberts. In 1913, Douglas Mawson, leader of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, alone and near starvation, does a ninety-five-mile trek across Antarctic ice after the death of his companions and the loss of most of his provisions. Mawson defied the odds and cheated death, he battled hunger, insanity, and d...
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ALILA VILLAS HADAHAA | MALDIVES | Image

ALILA VILLAS HADAHAA | MALDIVES

Alila Villas in Hadahaa is surrounded by only the vast expanse of sky and sea, the resort’s 50 island and aqua villas, some with private pool, reflect the unique Maldivian sense of space. Here, no boundaries exist between you and the ocean. Panoramic views stretch to infinity. Update: Alila Villas is now Park Hyatt Maldives...
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