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Surf Shacks

Indoek is a popular surf culture blog, over the years they have visited the dwellings of countless surfers from all over the world. Surf Shacks is a compilation of these welcoming encounters, and celebrates the surfing world’s creative individuals, their beloved homes, and how they live their lives outside of the swell. The coffee table book is filled with beautiful images revealing a more personal side to surfing and its eclectic cast of characters. But beware, this will make you want to quit your day job and live by the tide.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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UNDERWATER DOGS | BY SETH CASTEEL | Image

UNDERWATER DOGS | BY SETH CASTEEL

Underwater Dogs is a best seller book by award-winning photographer Seth Casteel. The book contains over 80 unique and exhilarating photographs of dogs underwater in pursuit of a ball. The pictures give us another view of our old friends determination underwater playing fetch and each image bubbles with exuberance and life. The dogs look terrified but are surely having a great time. via You can purchase it in Europe here ...
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CRAZY HOTEL SEVEN IN PARIS | INSPIRED BY FAMOUS MOVIE THEMES | Image

CRAZY HOTEL SEVEN IN PARIS | INSPIRED BY FAMOUS MOVIE THEMES

This very unusual hotel is located near the Latin Quarter in the central part of old Paris. It features 7 main suites each with its very own theme, you can stay at the 007 suite (no explanation needed), the Marie Antoinette suite, the Alice suite ( inspired by Alice in wonderland), the sublime suite, the black diamond, the lovez-vous, or the on-off suite ( you can change its design just by pushing a button). Check out ther website and the crazy rooms....
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ALONE ON THE ICE

"Alone on Ice" is known as the greatest survival story in the history of exploration, the gripping account is told by award-winning writer and adventurer David Roberts. In 1913, Douglas Mawson, leader of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, alone and near starvation, does a ninety-five-mile trek across Antarctic ice after the death of his companions and the loss of most of his provisions. Mawson defied the odds and cheated death, he battled hunger, insanity, and d...
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