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
There’s not one board game that come close to Monopoly’s myriad of editions. We have seen quite a handful, from Fallout to Star Wars to Back to the Future, Monopoly has it all and now, even popular video game Fortnite isn’t spare from the board game treatment. Meet the Monopoly Fortnite Edition Board Game, a game that is no different from the Monopoly you have come to know, except that instead of dealing with fake money; you deal with Health Points (HP). Continue reading Fortnite Video Game Gets Its Own Monopoly Board Game
Has the mono color micro-sized jigsaw puzzle drove you bonkers yet? No? Well then, the 1000 Colors Jigsaw Puzzle awaits. Designed by artist Clemens Habicht, this 1000 Colors Jigsaw Puzzle may not have 1,000 colors per se, but it is sure at the same level of insanity like the all-black micro-sized puzzle. The difference is, this set will make for a beautiful wall art when you eventually complete it. The puzzle is printed with a lenticular lens to create an eye-catching iridescent radiance. This means, the colors change depending on the angle you see them. Dope! One Redditor provides an insight into what to expect from this pretty insane jigsaw puzzle: Continue reading 1000 Changing Colors Jigsaw Puzzle: Challenging And A Gorgeous Wall Art
Some parents lovingly called their child “sugar” and sugar they will be when they play and explore this impressive playground that stood at the Domino Park at the Brooklyn waterfront. The Domino Park Playground, affectionately called Sweetwater, designed by Brooklyn-based artist Mark Reigelman is a homage to American Sugar Refining Company-owned sugar refinery that produces Domino brand sugar that stood at the Brooklyn waterfront for 160 years. Continue reading Sugar Refinery-themed Playground: Is It Why Some Called Their Kids “Sugar”?
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
You may have seen this “Millennium Falcon” on May the 4th, Star Wars Day, plying Bryant Park in NYC. If you have and had ridden it, I am green with envy. This LEGO Millennium Falcon Pedicab (AKA cycle rickshaw) is, as the name suggests, a pedicab spruced up with the image of young Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon created by LEGO Master Builders with LEGO elements. I wouldn’t say it is a ride-on toy because, it is obviously a tricycle. So, this ain’t no child’s play. Continue reading I Wish I Could Bring This LEGO Millennium Falcon Pedicab Home!
With so much access to unique and interesting things on the Internet these days, it’s a shame that many people limit themselves to traditional hobbies and are still afraid to take a more open-minded look at their lives. You can truly explore yourself and expand your interests in amazing ways today, and all it takes is to reach out and look for those opportunities. Continue reading Here Are Some Unique Interests You Can Explore Online
The sea proves to be much of threat to humans, but since we are surrounded by 70 percent of this nature’s wonder, why not embrace it? While I am not exactly clear why Marshall Blecher and Studio Fokstrot have in mind when they came together to create this beautiful island, I saw it as a refreshing place for various activities that does not involve the city. And indeed activities have taken place on this one island. It have been used for activities ranging from BBQ to fishing to more mundane, but no less serene activity like star-gazing. Continue reading Copenhagen Harbor Is Home To A Beautiful Man-made Wooden Island
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
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