Diving with Sharks


A group of daredevil divers get perilously close to a school of deadly sharks – and one even lies on his back with his arm folded. The relaxed diver swims on his back and almost hugs the shark who is floating directly above him. The freedivers – Carlos Estrabeau, 28, and 29-year-old Ocean Ramsey – are friends with photographer Raul Boesel Jr. Photographer Raul Boesel Jr from Curitiba, Brazil, travelled to West End in the Bahamas to capture images of the giant sharks. (Photo by Raul Boesel/Solent News & Photo Agency)

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Phuket Vegetarian Festival 2014

A devotee of Ban Tha Rua Chinese shrine with his cheeks pierced works himself into trance before a procession celebrating the annual vegetarian festival in Phuket September 28, 2014. The festival, featuring face-piercing, spirit mediums and strict vegetarianism celebrates the local Chinese community’s belief that abstinence from meat and various stimulants during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar will help them obtain good health and peace of mind. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)

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World’s Largest Cylindrical Aquarium

It is called The AquaDom and it is located in Berlin, Germany. In fact, the 25 meters height construction is the core of the Radisson Blu Hotel.

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You Won’t Believe Who Lives In This Japanese Village

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Known as the scarecrow village of Okuharima, Seki district in Yasutomi, Himeji, Hyogo prefecture, the village attracts visitors with humorous scarecrows in work clothes and straw hats, looking just like humans.

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Burger King in Japan Goes Black

Burger King employee Rumi Sekine shows the Kuro Diamond burger, right, and the Kuro Pearl burger at its Shibuya restaurant in Tokyo Tuesday, September 16, 2014. The international hamburger chain in Japan will launch the two new “kuro burger”, or “black burger” menus that sport buns, cheese and sauce all in black color, starting on Friday, Sept. 19, for a limited period. The buns and cheese are darkened with bamboo charcoal while the beef patties made with black-pepper are topped with the garlic sauce using squid ink. (Photo by Koji Sasahara/AP Photo)

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A Unique Chapel on a Volcanic Hill

In the central part of France is located a small town of Le Puy-en-Velay, known all over the world not only for its cheeses, but also for unusual constructions, such as the Chapel of St Michael, situated on a cliff.

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25 Scariest Places To Visit In The World

We all love a good thrill. When it comes to the abandoned houses, the creepy mysterious places, we cannot resist the urge to seek further. Did you know that there are at least twenty five places on the face of Earth that have unsolved mysteries? Most of these places have a rather “evil” history attached to them which will give you goose bumps as you read on. There are also other places which have simply been abandoned out of superstition – but are still creepy! Sometimes a great thrill propels a great adventure. Would you want to visit one such place? There are about twenty five creepy places listed below. To know more about these places and their history, keep reading.

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Luxury Hotel Creates ‘Shanty Town’ Slum for Superrich


Guests at South Africa’s Emoya Luxury Hotel & Spa who tire of the usual upscale amenities can ditch those digs for a more down-to-earth experience at the hotel’s own “Shanty Town”.

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Video by Maël Sevestre

Maël Sevestre, a French film maker and a Gobelins school graduate, presents his last graphical creation. After realizing a trip around the world with Nathalie Cauvi, a travelling painter, they present breathtaking videos where landscapes are in harmony with the beauty of the local inhabitants, with whom the travellers stayed during their adventure.

Bushcraft 101


The ultimate resource for experiencing the backcountry! Written by survivalist expert Dave Canterbury, Bushcraft 101 gets you ready for your next backcountry trip with advice on making the most of your time outdoors. Based on the 5Cs of Survivability–cutting tools, covering, combustion devices, containers, and cordages–this valuable guide offers only the most important survival skills to help you craft resources from your surroundings and truly experience the beauty and thrill of the wilderness.

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Wine Enthusiast BottleGuard Neoprene Double Bottle Wine Protector


Traveling with wine in style? A really clever variant of the otherwise traditional bottle carriers. This awesome bottle case of Wine Enthusiast is a real eye-catcher in a fantastic gaudy neon look.

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Victor Harbor Horse Drawn Tram in Australia

You thought horse drawn trams are in the distant past? You were wrong. The Australian town of Victor Harbor, Australia has one of those.

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Let’s Travel from Toronto to Egypt, All within the UK

A road sign points the way on August 6, 2013 in Toronto, England. Originally called Newton Cap in the county of Durham, built for workers at the nearby colliery, owner Henry Stobart re-named the village Toronto after visiting Canada. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

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Queen Mary 2’s Captain Perches On The Bow Of His Vast Ship


Daring Captain Kevin Oprey is seen standing beneath the soaring hull of Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2. The Queen Mary 2 is the largest and most expensive Ocean Liner ever built.

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Mattise Beach Club by Oldfield Knott Architects

Oldfield Knott Architects have recently completed the Matisse Beach Club in Scarborough, a suburb of Perth, Australia. Matisse Beach Club is an exclusive mecca of glamour, light and fluid cool. Offering chic cabanas and beach lounges nestled by sparkling aqua pools, you can gather your friends to sip a cocktail while lounging and dipping your toes, or yourself, in the water. Casual dining is available throughout the venue, and you can also make a reservation in our dedicated dining area.

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