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Worlds Highest Hotel | Ritz Carlton Hong Kong

The five-star Ritz Carlton Hotel has just recently become the world´s highest hotel towering 490 meters above Hong Kong and offering unrivaled panoramic views of world famous Victoria Harbour. Guests can relax and rejuvenate at a world-class spa, sip cocktails at the rooftop deck, indulge in traditional Chinese cuisine or simply take in the breathtaking views from the privacy of their guest room.



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STEAKSTONES

Do you want to impress your dinner guests and enjoy a live cooking session? SteakStones, lets your family and friends prepare their own sirloin steak. Simply heat up the lava stone in the oven, place it in the wooden cradle, and you´re ready to sizzle away! Several sets are available, for cooking meat, starters, even Asian food. Also available are large sharing platters....
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SIDETRACKED MAGAZINE

Sidetracked started as a website created by web designer John Summerton as an escape from his freelance work, it has featured many tales of extreme adventure from incredible expeditions all around the world. Recently, Sidetracked has made a transition to print (now in its fourth volume) and this unique journal showcases a series of breathtaking extreme travel tales, in which extraordinary people push themselves well beyond the realm of the everyday. The magazine´s s...
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THE GREAT WIDE OPEN

Leave your hectic urban live behind and escape far into the quiet depths of nature, that is what this new book suggests. The Great Wide Open is a new book that celebrates the desire for outdoor adventure, and compiles awe-inspiring images of some of the worlds most beautiful places. The book will take you on a visual journey through faraway lands from Mongolia to Peru, as seen by those who have climbed that mountain and surfed that wave, at some of the Earth’s most ...
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