Some of the more Exotic Hotels In The World

We don’t use the phrase life-changing too often… but what you’re about to see could definitely fall under that category. If viewing this list of the most extraordinary hotels on earth doesn’t inspire you to travel and live life to the fullest, then we’re not sure what will! Attrap Reves Hotel, France Ever lived in a Bubble? This is you ... Read More »

52-room luxury villa rental

These multi-million-dollar dwellings derided as “poppy palaces” over suspicions they were built on illicit cash from Afghanistan’s opium boom appear garishly out of place in a city scarred by decades of war. The villas, which emerged during Afghanistan’s construction boom after the 2001 US-led invasion, were valued at nearly twice as much two years ago due to soaring demand for ... Read More »

Best cameras for shooting nature and landscapes

Getting the angle and perspective for a photo just right can sometimes be very tricky, but these crazy photographers don’t mind – when it comes to taking the perfect shot, they will do whatever it takes. Canon EOS 70D One of the great features of the 70D for a landscape photographer is the fact that it has a vari-angle screen, ... Read More »

How to build a two story 29 square meter home

Created by Mizuishi Architects this house in Japan is the perfect sandwiched between a river and a street, located at a junction- hence a triangular shape with extremely acute angles. Built on 29 sq.m. this piece of art contains 2 levels, with a livingroom, master bedroom and even an attic for the kids to play in. The only plot of ... Read More »

An all woman bread bakery

The bakers in the historical town get busy panning out fresh flat breads. Bread, hot out of the ovens, goes straight to the waiting customers on their way home for lunch. In this pictorial you see an all female bakery business. Lavash bread is a soft, thin unleavened flatbread made in a tanoor, it is popular in Western Asia and ... Read More »

Luxurious Train Trips

There are trains that get you places, and trains that get you places in style. A new luxury cabin train just started operation from Tehran to Mashad. Few people have any idea of what luxury train travel means; it really is a fantastic feeling to be a pampered passenger on a luxury train that travels through spectacular scenery, halting a ... Read More »

Beauties of The Turkmen Desert

The Turkmens reside in the north of the Golestan province, a plain called Turkmen Sahra, this former nomadic people live in this area from 15th century, main cities of whom is Gonbad-e Kavus and Bandar Torkaman. Turkmens follow the Hanafi school of Sunni interpretation. They are a sizable minority at cities such as Gorgan, Ali Abad, Kalaleh and many of ... Read More »

Victor Nune creates Art with everyday objects

Victor Nunes is a 63 year old, retired art director, from São Paulo, Brazil. He combines every-day objects with simple illustrations to turn them into pictures of faces, animals and other playful scenes. His images invite us to look at the world differently and find creative images in our surroundings. Visit his fabcebook page here to see more of his ... Read More »

Smash and Grab Robbers use a Mercedes

A masked jewellery store raider takes a tumble midway through an audacious gang heist in this incredible footage. Hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of Indian gold jewellery was taken from Gems Jewellers in the audacious heist, captured on CCTVRead. The hapless robber manages to pick himself up and carry on with the raid, in which he and his accomplices ... Read More »

Creative Bookmarks for Bookworms

A folded corner. A spare receipt. An optimistic belief that we can totally remember the page number. We all have our ways of marking our place in a book before closing it for the time being — but far too often that method is unreliable or unattractive. Remember, all those dog-eared page corners will still mark our books long after ... Read More »