After scrolling through today’s collection I seriously feel like taking some time off :) The resorts featured today are simply amazing … pure paradise on Earth. Bora Bora, Phuket, Mexico or Santorini? We got it all … My personal picks from today’s amazing resorts or if you wish leisure destinations is the Villa Nel Cielo / Greece, Dusit Thani Resort / Maldives, Naka Island Resort / Phuket, Capella Ixtapa Resort & Spa / Mexico and the San Antonio Hotel in Santorini / Greece. Which one is your favorite?
Imagine driving around with a Carnival of Venice Masquerade ball styled helmet like this!
“Pine Plains has a social division where the blue chip fortune 500 owners keep there ponies and the rednecks earn a living off slaughtering cows or working the estates. Its the hudson valley not made for tourists. The locals, rich and poor want it to stay theirs. Its a fucking beautiful place… to look at.”
Read Pine Plains local Grant Cornett’s full interview/travel guide at Global Yodel.
There are couple of addictive photos in today’s photography section. At least for me … when I see the featured beaches I just want to be there right now. Seems I have a severe sea air deficit :). Gotta wait few weeks though. Anyway, when speaking about beach photos, let’s be concrete. Check the Begin where I end by Oer-Wout and Under heaven’s skies by Prperold. Right below these two, there is a beautiful flower photo called The happy days by Healzo. Love the colors. The illustrations section is quite strong today as well … my picks are the Rouge by Escume and Molt by the same author. For the fans on interior design, there is warm interior featured called Loft Restoration, Florence, 2008. Not sure if I would pick the white fabric sofa …. but I have to admit, it does look perfect with this color combination. I can’t leave you guys without a freebie, right?! If you need a cool menu for your website, make sure to check today’s Light and Dark Psd Web Menu by Pixeden. Get inspired!
The film captures moments in time of their common bond…surfing. filmed in Indonesia, Tahiti, Fiji, Australia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Reunion Island.
Cafe Kafka in thisispaper.com
Under the literary name of Café Kafka, the restaurant offers itself as a cosmopolitan bistró with a bohemian atmosphere that offers comfortable and cosy surroundings and excellent food. Karel Schröder, its new owner, has created these conditions to accommodate a diverse clientele: young, curious travellers or urban gourmets of all ages, that reflect the lifestyle of a Barcelona neighbourhood often compared to Soho in New York or Le Marais in Paris…
It is a mysterious place where visitors can find themselves surrounded by one of the largest natural elements in Montreal, the Saint Lawrence River, and immerse themselves in 360 degrees of vitality, tranquility, design and beauty. Project made at Sid Lee Montreal. Architecture by Sid Lee Architecture.
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