The Qlipter is a convenient clip that enables you to hang your belongings virtually anywhere. It’s made from Aluminum alloy, steel, rubber, plastic and can hold a maximum weight of 50 pounds. Simply unfold the hinged hook and hang your things wherever you want.

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Gadhimai Festival in Nepal

Stuntmen perform on the eve of the sacrificial ceremony for the “Gadhimai Mela” festival in Bariyapur November 27, 2014. The festival renowned for its large number of animal sacrifices, is held every five years at the Gadhimai Temple where devotees from Nepal and bordering India will sacrifice buffaloes, goats and birds while offering prayers to Gadhimai, the goddess of power. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)

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Top Five Ski Resorts In Europe For Winter Sports

Winter is coming, and thats not a bad thing. Think Alpine vacation. Total cool and calm. You can find that and more at any of our five favorite ski resorts in Europe. More than your ordinary travel destination, these mountainside retreats promise a holistic experience of myriad of winter sports opportunities, stunning photography, and striking architecture.

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WHUDAT @ Maldives 2014 – Part 4: Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru


Cocoon yourself in a web of shimmering turquoise waters, swaying coconut trees, indigenous blooms and pure white sand. Free your spirit on the Maldives’ North Male Atoll. German Lifestyle Magazine WHUDAT was there to experience the natural sea breeze sweeping in from the majestic Indian Ocean.

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Holiday Gift Guide | Outdoorsman


Blessthisstuff have curated a list of products for the Outdoorsman, some cool options that are truly useful in the great outdoors.

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Four Seasons of Chino Farm

Clouds gather over recently planted fields on the Chino family farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California March 7, 2013. The gravitational pull of Chino Farm is legendary. Since they don’t ship, everyone – whether a top chef or a traveling foodie or a local resident – comes to the farm stand, simply called “Vegetable Shop”, on a dusty corner of this affluent San Diego County town, hemmed in by sprawling housing estates. Long before farmers’ markets and heirloom vegetables popped up across the country, Tom Chino’s parents bought the 45-acre (18.2-hectare) farm after World War Two and forged their independence from wholesalers and supermarkets, setting their prices and cultivating a diverse offering of crops. (Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters)

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Toilets Around the World

Belgium. Rosalie, 9, goes to school in Brussels. “At my school we have separate toilets for girls and boys on every floor. My classroom is on the 3rd floor. We have 22 toilets, which are shared between 230 pupils and 20 adults. The teachers at school let us go to the toilet whenever we need to”. (Photo by Tim Dirven/WSUP/Panos)

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WHUDAT in California: Grand Tour in the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT


German Lifestyle Magazine WHUDAT joined Mercedes-Benz on their road trip 2014 with the all new AMG GT. The road trip started in San Francisco, from there the whole crew drove to the Laguna Seca Raceway in Salinas, where MC Winkel and Daniel Dansen from WHUDAT met Mike D from the Beastie Boys for an interview in one of the AMG GTs. After that they were driving along the Big Sur, a sparsely populated region of the Central Coast of California where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise abruptly from the Pacific Ocean. The trip ended in Los Angeles – here are some impressions.

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“Toro de Jubilo” – Fire Bull Festival in Medinaceli, Spain

Revelers set a bull’s horns on fire during the “Toro de Jubilo” Fire Bull Festival in Medinaceli, Spain, Sunday, November 16, 2014. The Fire bull Festival “Toro de Jubilo” that takes place in the main square of Medinaceli is an ancient tradition from the bronze age. During the event a bull is tied to a pylon and flammable balls attached to the bull’s horns are set on fire before the animal released. Revelers dodge the bull when it comes close until the flammable material is consumed. The bull is covered with a thick layer of mud on the back and face to protect it from burns. (Photo by Andres Kudacki/AP Photo)

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Living on the Indian Dump: Life of Garbage Pickers

Rag pickers collect recyclable material at a garbage dump in New Delhi November 19, 2014. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

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Daily Life in Japan

A woman, dressed in a traditional Japanese kimono, holds a parasol as she looks at a water bird while crossing a bridge in Kyoto, western Japan November 19, 2014. (Photo by Thomas Peter/Reuters)

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Brazil’s Drought from Above

An aerial view of the Atibainha dam, part of the Cantareira reservoir, during a drought in Nazare Paulista, Sao Paulo state November 18, 2014. Brazil’s worst drought in 80 years has left the Cantareira system, that provides greater Sao Paulo with most of its water, with the lowest water level on record, with daily rationing becoming common in the region’s smaller cities, according to the state authorities and the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America’s largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season. (Photo by Nacho Doce/Reuters)

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Harvesting a Tea Plantations in Himalayas

In this Sunday, November 16, 2014 photo, Nepalese women pick tea at a tea garden of Kanyam in Illam district, around 500 kilometers (310 miles) from Katmandu, Nepal. Illam is a hilly district of tea gardens and estates in eastern Nepal’s Himalayan region with one of its largest and most productive tea estate being Kanyam estates. The district produces orthodox tea, hand-processed or machine rolled, which is generally exported to international markets, specially Europe and the United States. Most of the tea pickers here are paid 186 Nepalese Rupees (US $ 2) for 8 hours of work everyday. (Photo by Niranjan Shrestha/AP Photo)

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Harvesting Cocoa Beans in Ivory Coast

Women from a local cocoa farmers association called BLAYEYA work in a cocoa farm in Djangobo, Niable in eastern Ivory Coast, November 17, 2014. BLAYEYA is a women’s only association with each member owning a field and planting cocoa. (Photo by Thierry Gouegnon/Reuters)

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