On the Edge

If you want to feel the adrenaline rush, the bunjee jumping is one of the best things that can make you shiver. I’ve jumped a few times and after each jump I say “I will do it again!”. There is no other feeling like it. Its funny to watch people who always say “hah, there is nothing scary out there, its so easy to jump” and when they are staying on the edge, they are so scared that they dont even try to jump 😀
Here are some places, where you can try to jump 😉

1.Corinth Canal, Greece :

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The Corinth Canal is a junction of international sea communications and serves ships of all nationalities. It provides the shortest and safest sea-lane for ships coming from the Ionian sea, the Adriatic, Southern Italy, and those passing through the Straits or Messina en route to Eastern Mediterranean ports and on to the Black Sea and vice versa.The bridge makes an ideal place to set up a bungy jumping venue. The day I visited, I watched a few people do it- but I did not try it myself. Height of Jump: 78m.

2.Ponte Colossus, Italy :

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Bungee Jumpers count the leap from the Ponte Colossus Bridge among the world’s Top Ten Bungee experiences. The platform is 152 meters above a forested gorge in the Italian Alps, located at the mid-point between the Northern Italian cities of Milan and Turin in Biella, Piedmont Province. The jump provides nearly 5 seconds of free-fall and night jumps are possible guaranteeing a totally unique experience.

3.Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado, USA :

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Ironically, Colorado’s most famous bungee destination is one at which traditional bungee jumping is banned throughout the year. Recognized as one of the highest suspension bridges in the world at 1,053 feet, the Royal Gorge Bridge in Canon City, Colorado, has host to several types of bungee jumps.
Height of Jump: 321 m.

Jump into the life  ;]


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Party never ends

We all love to go to parties or festivals, to have fun with friends, dancing with strangers, drinking alkohol and we can do that all night long or maybe a few days. Now I want to invite you at some parties, where I’am sure you can have a great time.

Songkran

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A celebration of the Thai New Year, Songkran may as well be the world’s biggest wet-tshirt contest. The festival takes place during Thailand’s hottest time of year, mid April, and partiers cool off by throwing containers of water, blasting Super Soakers and spraying garden hoses at one other. Although the original Songkran festival was a rather somber and reverent affair—a time to pay respect to elder, where the water hurling symbolized a spiritual cleansing—young people have helped push the festival in the direction of wet and wild revelry.

Phi Ta Khon

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As the most well-known event of Loei province in the Northeastern Thailand, Phi Ta Khon is the ultimate yearly celebration. The Thailand Ghost Festival is well regarded as an annual event where revelers put on rather hilarious, yet ghostly, masks made of bamboo and wicker and join in the Ghost parade. Regarded as a rain-making ceremony, this spooky festivity is held annually in the beginning of rainy season. This year the event will be held on 22-24 June at Dan Sai District of Loei province. Unlike Halloween, the ghosts and poltergeists in Phi Ta Khon seek their fun under full daylight.

Full Moon Party

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The island of Ko Pha Ngan in Thailand hosts an all-night beach party before or after every full moon. The tradition began in the ’80s as a simple gathering to give thanks to a group of tourists, and over time has evolved into a 20,000-strong celebration that is sure to be on every party-loving tourist’s itinerary. In addition to the endless, pounding music and attractive crowd, the event boasts features like fire skipping ropes, infamous “buckets” of alcoholic beverages and a pretty colorful drug culture. In other words, there aren’t a lot of people going home alone after this one.

Enjoy the moment …

Feel the coolness at the beach

When I’am at the beach and the sand is hot, some of the best thing i can wait for is the breeze. But after a few minutes of waiting, I see one bar and do you know what I’am thinking about … Yes “I need a drink”, but not just a drink. I want some special drinks to feel the coolness in this hot day on the beach.
Let me show you some cocktails that I like …

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Recipe:
2 oz Malibu® coconut rum
fill with orange juice
1 oz grenadine syrup
Pour malibu rum in a highball glass, and top with orange juice. Stir. Add grenadine by tilting glass and pouring grenadine down side. (by flipping the bottle vertically very quickly). The grenadine should go straight to the bottom and then rise up slowly through the drink. Enjoy!

Do you like frozen cocktail ?
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Recipe:
1 1/4 oz dark rum
2 oz coconut cream
2 oz strawberries
1 medium banana
8 oz crushed ice
Combine ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour into a glass, garnish with a fresh strawberry or Banana, and serve.

What a lovely cocktail is this one…
Bahama Mama : 30207
Recipe:
1/4 oz coffee liqueur
1/2 oz dark rum
1/2 oz coconut liqueur
1/4 oz 151 proof rum
juice of 1/2 lemons
4 oz pineapple juice
Combine all ingredients and pour over cracked ice in a collins glass. Decorate with a strawberry or cherry and serve.

Before the next cocktail i want to warn you, this is not for everyone.I don’t think its good for your health 😉
Bone Crusher Bone crusher
Recipe:
1/2 oz gin
1/2 oz vodka
1/2 oz triple sec
1/2 oz rum
1/4 oz grenadine syrup
1/4 oz Rose’s® lime juice
2 oz sweet and sour mix
1 oz Champagne
Combine all ingredients (except Champagne) in a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously. Pour into a tall glass, preferably a pint glass or large brandy snifter with ice, and float the champagne on top with a squeeze of lemon. Serve.

I just think this is plain ol’ fun! Here’s a recipe that Fred Flintstone and Wilma would have toasted with over a moonlit evening – it’s full of alcohol and packs a wallop! It’s also a lovely rose color.

In the next posts I will show you some more cocktails, I hope you enjoy these 🙂

The Most Expensive Hotels in the World

Everybody likes to go on holidays, every year we are looking for the best hotel, where we can take a break from work, stress, and to have a great time with the family, best friends or just to visit new places. There are so many beautiful places around the world that I want to visit. Everywhere we can find  big, small, cheap or luxury hotels.
But here, I want to show you some of the most expensive hotels in the world.

First we will go to Moscow (Russia) – “Ritz-Carlton Hotel” : Moscow-Russia-–-Ritz-Carlton-Hotel
The luxurious 236 square meter villa at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel has a direct view on the famous Red Square. It includes full-board meals, a piano and a library. You will be charged $17,000 for a night here.

When you go to Las Vegas (Nevada, USA),  “Palms Casino Resort Hotel” is your hotel :Las-Vegas-Nevada-USA-–-Palms-Casino-Resort-Hotel
If you are visiting Vegas and have hit the jackpot at the casino, nothing ends the night better than a good rest in the 929sqm Hugh Hefner villa at the Palms Casino Resort Hotel. The room comes with a butler, a Jacuzzi with a panoramic view of Las Vegas, and total privacy.
The Hugh Hefner Suite at this hotel will cost you $38,000 per night.

If you prefer to go to Bahamas the best hotel for you might be “Atlantis Resort Hotel” :Bahamas-–-Atlantis-Resort-Hotel
Being in Bahamas is a thrill as it is, there’s hardly anything that can make the experience more pleasurable.  Well, this suite thrives to top your visiting experience with even more excitement. The villa has 440 square meters, ten bedrooms and four bathrooms. You will get your own butler and kitchen staff. Michael Jordan is among the celebrities that checks in here whenever he visits Bahamas. A night here will cost you “only” $24,000 per night.

In Rome is one of the largest hotel in Europe Villa La Cupola Suite, Westin Excelsior :Rome-westinpromotions
For the ultimate in La Dolce Vita, check into the stunning Villa La Cupola suite in Rome’s Westin Excelsior. One of the largest in Europe, the suite is inspired by ancient Rome, with extensive use of marble, stained glass and frescoes. There’s a gorgeous wraparound terrace where you can soak up the sun, a private spa with sauna, whirlpool and steam bath, as well as private cinema. US$30,000 per night.

And of course Dubai (United Arab Emirates) – “Burj Al Arab” :Dubai-United-Arab-Emirates-–-Burj-Al-Arab-Hotels
When you say Dubai, everybody automatically thinks of the famous “seven-star” hotel in the middle of the artificial island. The Royal Suite here has 799 square meters, and guests will get their own private movie house, a Rolls Royce with a chauffeur and discounted access to a helicopter. A night in this villa costs $17,000.

If you have favorite hotel share some information about him ;]

Coolest bars in the world

What is you favorite drink ? Is it whiskey ? Is it beer or you like vodka ? Ok take this spacial drink for you in your mind. Where do you wont to have it ? Do you prefer it on the beach or you like to have it on a mountain top ? What about a bar ? Here are some of the most beautiful bars in the world.

3.Gravity, Dublin – Ireland

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Although not an open air bar, Gravity boasts an unobstructed 360 degree view of Dublin. It’s got a swanky style and comfortable seating right up against the glass to sit in while you enjoy the view from the highest bar in Ireland.

2.Luna Bar, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia.

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This super sexy rooftop and poolside bar is a hang out for the twenties and thirties nightlife scene in Kuala Lumpur. It’s got a long indoor bar with a chic design leading you out onto the breezy rooftop for the best views of the lights of KL. For a romantic night out, be sure to get there early to snag a private little enclave up against the glass.

1.Sky Bar at Sirocco Hotel, Bangkok – Thailand.

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Perched on top of The Dome at State Tower, 64th floors above the hectic streets of Bangkok, this sexy rooftop bar boasts 360 degree views of the city with city lights in every direction, as far as the eye can see. If you’re looking for a picturesque place to dine, they also serve dinner.