Indian Ocean, Bucket List, Private Island, Resort Maldive, Favorite Places Spaces, Private Pool, Beautiful Places, Maldives Resort, The Maldives
Huvafen Fushi Resort, Maldives “Huvafen Fushi” translates locally to “dream isle" - this beautiful private island is just 30 minutes away from an International Airport by speedboat. The grand bungalows have an astounding view of the world’s first underwater spa, as well as private pools.
Huvafen Fushi Resort, Maldives - The grand bungalows have an astounding view of the world’s first underwater spa, as well as private pools.
The Republic of Maldives, or simply the Maldives, is an island nation in the Indian Ocean. It consists of approximately 1,190 coral islands grouped in a double chain of 26 atolls, along the north-south direction, spread over roughly 90,000 square kilometers, making this one of the most disparate countries in the world.
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Huvafen Fushi Resort, Maldives “Huvafen Fushi” translates locally to “dream isle,” what better place to visit than this small isolated island in the Maldives? This beautiful private island is just 30 minutes away from an International Airport by luxury speedboat. The grand bungalows have an astounding view of the world’s first underwater spa, as well as private pools. With plenty of room for water sports, it’d be impossible to get bored on this holiday.
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ideal for skinny dipping Mark's bucket list
What a beautiful place...
Private Island for rent - Huvafen Fushi Spa Resort, Maldives, Indian Ocean & Africa
Curious Places: Excalibur (Groningen/ Netherlands)The Excalibur tower at Klimcentrum Bjoeks combines art and sport into one amazing piece of architecture making it the tallest free standing rock climbing wall in the world. It stands at a towering 121 feet and resembles a streamer spiraling up into the air
This is the Excalibur climbing tower at the Bjoeks climbing center in Groningen. It is 121 feet (37 meters) tall with an overhang of 36 feet (11 meters), known as the highest climbing tower in the world!
Bucket list... to get half way up. The tallest climbing wall in the world is located in the city of Groningen in the Netherlands. It's called Excalibur and it's 37 meters tall (121 ft). The tower is slightly bent which makes it an even greater challenge to all climbers.
Excalibur Tower Climbing Wall | See More Pictures | #SeeMorePictures The amazing Excalibur tower at the Bjoeks Climbing Centre in Groningen, the Netherlands; at over 11 stories high, current tallest climbing tower.
You may have seen Excalibur Tower before, but here's a rare and amazing up-close look at the world's tallest climbing wall. It's located in the Netherlands and stands 37-meters high. Best of all, there's paths for all level of climbers, including beginners.
Excalibur is the worlds highest climbing wall, located in Groningen, The Netherlands. It stands a towering 37-meters tall. - http://www.icantbelieveit.org/2012/12/another-look-at-excalibur-worlds.html
Behold: Excalibur, the world’s tallest climbing wall (Klimcentrum Bjoeks in Groningen, Netherlands sports the world’s tallest climbing wall at just over 121 feet tall.)
Google+Klimcentrum Bjoeks in Groningen, Netherlands sports the world’s tallest climbing wall at just over 121 feet tall. Here’s a cool photo gallery of how it was built, section by section.
The Excalibur, situated within the Bjoeks Climb Center among the flatlands of Groningen, The Netherlands, is the world’s tallest climbing wall. Towering 121…
Diller Scofidio, High Line, Favorite Places Spaces, Manhattan New York, New York City
THE HIGH LINE | MANHATTAN | NEW YORK CITY | USA: *Opened: 2009; 1.45miles (2.33km) long landscaped park created on a disused section of elevated rail line* Photo: via Friends of the High Line
The High Line, Manhattan, New York The High Line is a public park built on an historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. #kidandcoe #bringthekids
James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro | High Line: Section 1 | 2009 | New York City, New York | http://www.dillerscofidio.com/ http://www.fieldoperations.net/
The High Line is a 1-mile New York City linear park built on a 1.45-mile section of the former elevated New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line, which runs along the lower west side of Manhattan; it has been redesigned and planted as an aerial greenway, www.RevWill.com
High Line Park New York City #newyork, #NYC, #pinsland, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu
Project Title: High Line, Section 1 Location: New York, NY Built, Unbuilt or Under Construction: Built / In Design Project Year: 2009 – section 1; 2011- section 2; section 3 in progress Firm: James Corner Field Operations Firm Website: fieldoperations.net Project Team Members: Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro Project Description: The High Line is a 1.2-mile long abandoned elevated freight rail line along the west side of lower Manhattan. This 5.9 acre stretch of open space
The Highline, NYC
Designed by by Diller Scofidio, The High Line is a 1-mile New York City linear park built on a 1.45-mile section of the former elevated New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line.
Bucket List, Tanzania Africa, Favorite Places Spaces, Mt Kilimanjaro, National Parks, Beautiful Place, Kilimanjaro Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro
Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania - via Bruno Bolognese's photo on Google+
Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania hopefully will see this from Kenya soon
# 8 Most Beautiful Place in Africa - Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania- Africa is on the bucket list
Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Africa
Here’s the next part in the epic Bucket List series. Cape Verde A former Portuguese colony, Cape Verde is an island country off the western coast of Africa. Tourist attractions include white sandy beaches, diving, windsurfing, sailing and hiking. There’s also a volcano! Ooooohhh. Ruins of Carthage, Tunisia Carthage was once a Mediterranean super power before it was destroyed by the Romans. They also sacrificed children to their dark gods so maybe they had it coming. Regardless, it looks really interesting. Egypt Truly an ancient land! I’d travel all over. Some locations on my list are Alexandria, Siwa, Giza, Luxor and maybe even a cruise on the Nile River. Of course I’d have to get a tan and grow a beard so I’d fit in and not look quite so American. Kenya It’s every child’s dream to go on safari. Good thing Kenya has several National Parks and preserves with some of the best tours available on the continent. I’ve seen pictures of the Great Rift Valley and I have to say it’s pretty spectacular. Senegal Aside from the pristine beaches, wildlife parks, luxury hotels and a 160 ft statue, Senegal claims to be leading the African Renaissance. I guess I should go see what it’s all about. Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania One of the largest mountains in the world, some have said that it is second only to the Himalayas in terms of skill required to trek. I might have to leave Jen at home for this one. Antananarivo, Madagascar Already a developed city even before the colonial age, Antananarivo is centrally located on the island and only a short distance away from the mountain jungles. Or you could go to the beach and lay in the sun if you wanted to be lame. Mauritius Mauritius is awesome. It’s an island off the east coast of Madagascar that is renowned for its coral reefs, sport fishing, beaches, and all that great stuff. You probably couldn’t find a better spot for a tropical vacation. And the people are super nice. Sahara Desert, Morocco When most people think of a desert this is what they imagine. A barren wasteland of sand and wind. I want to walk around in it and ride a camel with some traveling Berber merchants. Something cool and adventurous like that. That’s it for Africa! There are other places I would like to visit but as we all know, Africa is a dangerous place. So until they get there mess squared away I won’t have any part of those places. I’m talking about you, Nigeria, Libya, Sudan, Congo, other Congo, Ivory Coast, and Zimbabwe! Please, follow me and leave a comment. There’s plenty more still to come.
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Bucket List, Igloo Village, Aurora Borealis, Northern Lights, Glass Igloos
The Igloo Village of Hotel Kakslauttanen in Finland has 20 thermal glass igloos where you get to view the Northern lights from. I REALLY want to go there and it's definitely on my bucket list :)
Glass Igloo Hotel in Finland | Bored Panda | Located in the wilderness near Finland’s Urho Kekkonen National Park, the Igloo Village of Hotel Kakslauttanen offers a crystal clear view of the Northern lights and stars, all while comfortably relaxing in your room.
Glass igloos at Hotel Kakslauttanen allow you to view the Northern Lights while nestled in bed. Finland. Holy Crap Bucket List!
I'd love to go here. Glass Igloo Gives Fantastic View of Northern Lights - The Igloo Village at Hotel Kakslauttanen is guaranteed to give guests an amazing view of the Aurora Borealis during the winter months.
I have to go here before I die, preferably sometime soon!!! The Igloo Village at Hotel Kakslauttanen is guaranteed to give guests an amazing view of the Aurora Borealis during the winter months. The Igloo Village provides a one of a kind opportunity to admire the northern lights and millions of stars of the crystal clear sky, from the warmth and comfort of your own private glass igloo.
Hotel Kakslauttanen: Glass igloo village, Finland. How awesome would it be to lay in bed and watch the northern lights?
The Igloo Village at Hotel Kakslauttanen is guaranteed to give guests an amazing view of the Aurora Borealis during the winter months. The Igloo Village provides a one of a kind opportunity to admire the northern lights and millions of stars of the crystal clear sky, from the warmth and comfort of your own private glass igloo. Hotel Kakslauttanen is located 250 km above the Arctic Circle in the Finnish part of Lapland.
Sleep under the Northern Lights in a glass igloo-- Hotel & Igloo Village Kakslauttanen, Finland
IGLOO VILLAGE, FINLAND. Kakslauttanen Hotel & Igloo Village, Finland. Glass igloos for watching Northern Lights in comfort Hotel Kakslauttanen is the home of the famous Igloo Village with the unique Glass and Snow Igloos and a World's Largest Snow Restaurant. In addition their guests can enjoy all the other Lappish winter activities including the Northern Lights (Aurora borealis) visible generally from late August to late April.