Nothing says style and extravagance like cruising around in a luxury yacht. For people who are blissfully oblivious of the number of zeroes in their bank account (oh, how I envy them) the 164 feet long Exuma Super Yacht is sure to deliver several thrills and chills that will keep them in “oohs” and “aahs” for a good six months or so, by which time, they’ll have found another opulence to amuse them.
Perini Navi, the company that has given us some of the most popular sailing yachts in the world, including the Maltese Falcon, has ventured into the field of building motor yachts. And it’s very first attempt is Exuma, the super luxury yacht that’s been crafted in top grade aluminum.
Creative expression knows no bounds and neither does the medium through which it is expressed. Some use words to spread their message and some choose a more melodious outlet. Where one individual prefers to paint on a canvas another is happy making life-size graffiti on walls. When you come right down to it, virtually everything in this world – stone, clay, bricks, mortar, music, flowers, leaves – can help carry your voice to your audience. Continue reading
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Sometimes, people aren’t very happy trundling off to places by land. They would like a bit more of a challenge and that’s how the following tourist attractions came up. They are beautiful, they are remote, and they are only accessible by water. Check them out.
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Rosh Hashanah literally translates into “head of the year” and is one of the four new years that are celebrated by the Jews. It is considered the New Year of people, legal contracts, and animals and according to the Jewish oral tradition, marks the day when creation of the world was completed. The Mishnah also speaks of Rosh Hashanah as being the “day of judgment.” Jews believe that on this day, God opens the Book of Life to decide who has the right to live and who will die. Continue reading
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