Posted: 28 Jan 2014 01:37 PM PST
We loved this idea we are going to present to you today: a creative yet very unusual restaurant you will most certainly love to visit if you are visiting the surroundings of Thailand. Since forever there is this fascination about “flying like a bird in the sky” haunting people. If we think about the flying part, we can say there have been found some solutions like base-jumping or skydiving with wingsuits and so on. But not everyone has the courage of taking that kind of risks just to see „what’s it like being like a bird?” Therefore, for the people that can’t go skydiving for various reasons, there is this restaurant that gives you the chance of trying the relaxing and least dangerous part of a bird’s life: sitting in a nest. When visiting Soneva Kirl Eco Resort in Thailand and feel the need to eat and relax, you should definitely try the pods that are about 16 feet above the ground. This pods are actually a huge nest/basket with leather straps, and if you need a refill on your drink, the waiter will fly right in, through the trees, attached to a cable and refill your glass. Useless to speak about the fantastic view you can enjoy! See for yourselves!
Posted: 28 Jan 2014 01:10 PM PST
Most of the people use the term “hiking” for when referring to a vigurous, long walk in the countryside, often on this footpaths with a rough beaten or dirt surfaces. These trails may be for walkers use only, but there are many that are for the use of cycling, snowshoeing, horse riding, or cross-country skiing. There are areas where trails are the main access route to remote settlements. Well, this is what hiking means in Canada and USA, while in the Irish Republic and United Kingdom, they use the term “walking” to describe any type of walking, weather it is a walk on the city streets, or in the park, or even trekking in the Alps. In the UK, the term “hiking” is used sometimes along with: “rambling”, “hillwalking” and fell walking. The same definition of the term “hiking” has “tramping” in New Zeeland. There are a lot of studies around the world, that suggest hiking/walking have health benefits.
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