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EU to End Daylight Savings Time for Citizens

3 weeks ago

The end of daylight savings time is likely to happen in Europe as its citizens have voiced their wishes to finally rid of the bi-annual practice of switching between summer and winter time. Of some 4.6 million citizens asked, 84% of them responded that they do want the “turning of the clock” ritual to cease. […]

Most Liveable Cities in the World 2018 List

last month

Returning for 2018, The Economist‘s Intelligence Unit recently released its annual Global Liveability Index, which ranks the world’s cities in terms of best living conditions. The annual list compares 140 cities based on scores taken from qualitative and quantitative factors across categories of stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. Some metrics considered in […]

Morukuru Beach Lodge in South Africa

last month

For those in search of a memorable experience that exists outside the traditional South African trip, the Morukuru Family presents the Morukuru Beach Lodge. Located on the same coastline as Western Cape’s De Hoop Nature Reserve, the Morukuru Beach Lodge — situated less than a mile away from the Morukuru Ocean House — is an […]

retaW Porta Fragrance Capsules Release

a couple of months ago

retaW is gearing up to launch a new line of portable hard cream perfume called Porta Fragrance. The selection of scents include “Natural Mystic” comprised of patchouli and vanilla, “Allen” that is made using floral lily fragrance with a slight sour element, “Evelyn” that features a fruity scent of champagne and bergamot, and “Barney” that […]

‘The North Awakens’ Drone Footage of Iceland

a couple of months ago

A quick Google search of Iceland will perhaps result in links upon links of its gorgeous landscapes. However, the land of ice and fire has never been more beautifully portrayed than in this new video entitled The North Awakens. Artists Jonathan Besler, Kevin May, and Florian Gampert recorded breathtaking drone footage of the Nordic island […]

Emirates Boeing 777 First Class Suites Video

a couple of months ago

Emirates has premiered a video exploring its new first-class suites onboard Boeing 777 flights. The rooms boast a wealth of luxurious details befitting of its king-size price tag. Equipped with lighting and temperature control, each Mercedes-Benz-inspired nook offers guests a seat that reclines into a bed, complete with covers and pillow. Window seats come equipped […]

Snøhetta Completes Museum in Saudi Arabia

a couple of months ago

Ten years later The King Abdelaziz Center for World Culture is complete. Designed by Snøhetta, the building is located in oil city Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. The complex utilizes a keystone arrangement evocative of Stonehenge with a middle stone suspended while remaining elements uphold the foundation. The facade, purposely left uncovered, reveals CNC stainless steel tubes. […]

Casey Neistat in Emirates’ New First Class Suite

a couple of months ago

Famed vlogger Casey Neistat continues to fly Emirates in his newest video, where he explores the first class suite in all its splendor. He examines the legroom, admires the lavish carpeting, its big screen TV, and iPad, which connects you to room service within seconds. There are even closets to store all your on-board baggage. He even […]

The Top 10 Cities Ranked for 2018

a couple of months ago

Global consulting firm Resonance Consultancy has announced its annual list of the 10 Best Cities for 2018. The ranking is based on six key factors spanning place, product, programming, people, prosperity and promotion. For instance, the “people” category reflected a particular city’s immigration rate and diversity. Moreover, the number of “stories” or “mentions” a city […]

This Luxury 19-room Cruise Ship is Now Open in Seto Inland Sea

a couple of months ago

You can now stay on a luxury cruise ship to enjoy popular seascape location Setouchi in Japan. Named the Guntû after small local blue crabs, the ship boasts 19-rooms and magnificient views of the sea and surrounding moutains. Designed by Yasube Horibe as a floating “ryokan” or traditional Japanese inn, the boat sees a clean, wood-laden interior. The […]

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