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Wavegarden

Wavegarden is a man-made surfing lagoon built deep in Spain´s Basque Country. Wavegarden features a patented technology, a hydrodynamic "wave foil” that runs along the bottom of the lagoon to create a swell, generating perfectly formed tubing waves that run for more than 220 m without losing power or shape. Designed with minimal environmental impact and energy output, Wavegarden generates 120 waves per hour, promising continual enjoyment for those far from the coastline. Wavegarden are looking to expand their innovative technology, this year many new Wave Gardens will be popping up all over the world, it can be applied to any size lagoon, bigger the lagoon, bigger the wave! watch the cool video



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WANDERLUST

If you´re into hiking, you´ll love Gestalten´s new book. Wanderlust: A Hiker’s Companion captures the diversity of the world’s landscapes and presents legendary walking routes with inviting maps, practical tips, and inspiring landscape photographs. The beautifully illustrated book explores some amazing hiking trails in enchanting corners of the world and over a variety of terrain: thin ice and desert sands; coastal tracks and forest pathways. It allows readers to li...
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HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY

This great guide from Matt Kepnes shows you some tips on how you can make great trips with not a lot of cash around. Matt is very experienced on the subject, he´s the award wining author of the travel blog nomadicmatt.com, and also a travel writer for great publications around the world, such as the NYTimes, The Guardian, TIME or National Geographic. In this book he uses his experience by providing some tricks on how to arrange  cheap accommodation, which credi...
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Food from the Fire

Swedish Michelin-starred chef Niklas Ekstedt, is a huge star of the Scandinavian restaurant world. In is restaurant EKSTEDT in Stockholm, they only use Scandinavian wood in order to give the food a unique character, cooking purely with fire, no gas or electricity. In the book "Food from the Fire" Ekstedt takes us through the five steps of building a fire pit – from where to put it to the actual construction, the wood to use, and how to light it. He also takes you th...
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