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This Is The First Man To Become SpaceX’s First Passenger To The Moon

If you don’t already know, SpaceX also has a bold ambition of making Moon travel a thing in near future. The Elon Musk’ space program company is already developing the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) at a shipyard near the southwestern part of Los Angeles’ Terminal Island that will take humans for a Moon Tour in 2023. Among the would-be space travelers is the 42-year-old Japanese billionaire and founder of custom clothing online retailer ZOZO, Yuska Maezawa. Continue reading This Is The First Man To Become SpaceX’s First Passenger To The Moon

Shooting From A Mile Away A Dream? Well, Not At This Shooting Range

You heard of the infamous mile high club, but I bet you never heard of a less decadent but equally exciting “One-Mile Club.” Unlike mile high club, this “One-Mile Club” is nothing sensual or sexual, well, that’s unless shooting firearms gives the same high as an orgasm. One thing for sure, it certainly don’t happen up in the sky; it happens at the range. A shooting range to be precise. Located at the Rocky Mountain region of Wyoming, U.S.A. is the Jackson Hole Shooting Experience that offers an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to shoot at targets that are over a mile away. Continue reading Shooting From A Mile Away A Dream? Well, Not At This Shooting Range

Vietnam’s Golden Bridge Appeared To Be Held Up By Two Giant Hands

There is a stark difference between photography/videography of a place and actually visiting it. I have reasons to believe it will be the case for this impressive golden bridge propped on the hills of Đà Nẵng’s Bà Nà in Vietnam. I am sure some of you were captivated by the feature image of a bridge that is seemingly held by a pair of giant hands. Continue reading Vietnam’s Golden Bridge Appeared To Be Held Up By Two Giant Hands

In Japan, You Can Tour Cities In Mario Kart Style Complete In Mario Getup

There is nothing more Japanese then seeing Japanese cities while zipping around in Mario Kart. I mean, Mario is arguably one of the most recognizable pop culture icons of Japan. You know that when even the Tokyo Olympics committee also uses Mario as one of the mascots for the big game in 2020. While Nintendo won’t be organizing tours on Mario Kart (much less organizes any tour at all), there is the MariCar to fill the void. Continue reading In Japan, You Can Tour Cities In Mario Kart Style Complete In Mario Getup

Here Are Five Extraordinary Things To Do When In Bali

Bali is one of the most loved and most-visited destinations for an ideal vacation. This stunning island has a lot to offer for sightseeing and is home to some of the best places to visit around the globe. With beaches and temples all around, tourists are amazed by the beauty of this fantastic land. Another major attraction of this exotic destination is the nightclubs which offer everything from cheap beer to fine dining. Nothing will leave you dissatisfied with such a fantastic Continue reading Here Are Five Extraordinary Things To Do When In Bali

LEGOLAND Castle Hotel In California Opens For Business

If you haven’t heard, LEGOLAND Castle Hotel in LEGOLAND California is now officially open for business. And no, while it looks absolutely like an supersized LEGO castle set, it is not made of LEGO elements. It still cool to ogle at and should as cool to be staying in, nevertheless. Though the royal LEGO statue out at the entrance, along with over 2,100 LEGO models spread across the hotel, are made of regular sized LEGO elements, totaling more than 3 million pieces. Continue reading LEGOLAND Castle Hotel In California Opens For Business

Cage Of Death Lets You Get Up Close With Crocodile In The Water

Apparently, you have better odds off surviving in the sea with sharks than in a river with just one croc. Perhaps, that is why there are tours where you can get up close and personal with sharks within the safety of a shark cage (which sometimes may not be as safe as one thought) and not up close and personal croc tours. Oh, wait. Actually there is! As it turns out, you can get up close with crocodile too and the place where you can put yourself in a heart-pounding situation is Cage of Death at Australia’s Crocosaurus Cove, located in Darwin City. Continue reading Cage Of Death Lets You Get Up Close With Crocodile In The Water

5 Things You Have To Do On Your Next Trip To Dallas, Texas

If you are looking for just one city with everything life has to offer, that would be Dallas. And if you did consider Dallas as your next destination or even already planning a trip to Dallas in the Lone Star State, here’s a sampling of what you’ll find to do, see, and experience. Continue reading 5 Things You Have To Do On Your Next Trip To Dallas, Texas

LEGO House Is The New Destination Every Brick Heads Should Not Miss

Since September 2017, LEGO fans have one more must-visit place when they are in Denmark, LEGO’s home country. It is not a theme park, nor is it a factory; it is the new LEGO House. Designed by architectural firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), this sprawling 12,000 square meter (129,167 square feet) compound is made up of 21 giant white bricks stacked on top of each other in random fashion and features facade covered with tiles, giving the illusion that the building is made of LEGO bricks. Interestingly, in a nod to the toy maker’s classic 2×4 LEGO brick, the roof of the top tier structure incorporates eight studs to mimic the classic brick and each stud is embedded with light that shoots into the night sky to welcome visitors arriving by air to Billund Airport. Continue reading LEGO House Is The New Destination Every Brick Heads Should Not Miss

Japan’s 65-Foot Snow Corridor Is For Those Who Misses Snow In Spring

This is probably what the Red Sea will look like if it wasn’t frozen when Moses kind of parted it. Except that this isn’t the Red Sea and obviously, they are not frozen water, AKA ice. These are snow. Specifically, they are wall of snow found along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route in Japan. Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route stretches some 96 kilometers (56 miles), high on top of the North Alpine mountains. It is also dubbed the “roof of Japan” that connects Toyama and Shinano Omachi. What you see here is essentially a heavily snow covered locality that had snow expelled to expose the otherwise covered winding road. And yes, this place has that much of snow. Continue reading Japan’s 65-Foot Snow Corridor Is For Those Who Misses Snow In Spring