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That hill in New Zealand though....I'd love to hear that spoken aloud. We could also learn a few things from Sweden about recycling. How does one run out of trash to recycle!? America could never! πŸ˜‚
wow we need to take a lesson from Sweden! What energy program are they running that utilize that much garbage? Another little surprise, I know they breed camel in WA and NT, but I didn't know the Saudi get some of their camels from OZ!
The thing about Alaska blew my mind
Omg! This is awesome. I love random facts
I'm amazed! I didn't know everest was still growing
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In-N-Out Comes To Australia; Sells Out Instantly
Thanks to the glory that is social media, 'foodie' culture has allowed for plenty of marketing potential in the restaurant industry. When we have a good meal (or, at least, an incredibly aesthetically pleasing one), we take a picture for Instagram, we check-in on Facebook, we leave a review on Yelp. In fact, in a recent survey conducted by, 50% of adults aged 18 - 32 years said they become aware of particular foods and restaurants via social media. Which is why, when California fast food chain In-N-Out Burger made its way to Australia this week, the results were unlike anything you would've expected in a pre-Facebook generation. Because of their viral success, In-N-Out is able to open 'pop up' shops all around the world, allowing local food porn enthusiasts just four hours to be able to try their famous burgers for themselves. Because of the limited time and the increasing concept of 'FOMO', the lines are understandably huge, and Sydney, Australia's case was no different. (Aussie food blogger Rebecca Sullivan called it "herd mentality in its most embarrassing form." I call it, "How dare you underestimate the majesty of a dope-ass hamburger!") Unfortunately, the In-N-Out pop-up only had enough ingredients to make 300 or so burgers, so employees gave out wristbands to the first 300 people in line, and then sent everyone else on their way. (Will this make them rue the day they met In-N-Out? Will this only make them try harder next time? Who knows.) But, as a Californian, this whole event had me thinking: Have you had In-N-Out before? Do you want to try In-N-Out? If you don't live near one, and an In-N-Out pop-up came to your neighborhood, would you try to go? Let me know in the comments below what YOU think, and for more WTF news, follow my WTF Street Journal collection.
How to Make Online Reservation on Spirit Airlines?
Want to Make Online Reservation on Spirit Airlines? Get the Procedure Here Making reservations two or three months before the departure always helps you to get flights at a cheaper fare on Spirit Airlines. And if you want to book tickets online but don't know the procedure, you shouldn't worry even a little bit as this post has brought you all details to do so. So, make Spirit Airlines reservations immediately online with the help of the given steps. Procedure to Make Reservations on Spirit Airlines Online 1. Before anything else, you need to open the website of Spirit Airlines. 2. Then you are required to choose the Trip and Destinations for your flight tickets. 3. Next, select the dates and number of passengers. 4. Add a promotional code if you have otherwise click the Search Flights option. 5. Consequently, you see the flights to your destination and you have to select the suitable one. Once you select the flight, click Continue. 6. After that, provide the required details and customize your bookings as per your choices. 7. Moving ahead, you find the payment section where you have to select a payment method and complete the Spirit Airlines flight ticket purchase. On completing the payment, you get the confirmation for your flight ticket along with the confirmation number. This confirmation number helps you to manage your flight ticket later. Book a Flight Ticket Online on Spirit Airlines Anytime from Anywhere There's no doubt that the above method will help you to book tickets online. In case it happens that you face any hassle while making Spirit Airlines reservations, the customer service got your back. The reservation support team members will provide you all the required assistance to book flight tickets without any delay.
Carbon Wheelset
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The Great Wall (Beijing 07.13)
No trip to Beijing (or in fact, China) is complete without a trip to the Great Wall. I'd lived in Beijing for nearly a year before I finally made the trek out to the Great Wall. It wasn't that I hadn't wanted to go, I'd simply been waiting for my family to visit me so we could go together. After much discussion over which section of the wall to climb, we decided to go to Badaling. This is probably the most famous and definitely the most photographed section of the wall. There is convenient transportation from Beijing and the fact that it is one of the easiest sections of the Wall to hike along also means its the favourite among tourists. Since it has been well managed, it is also one of the safest parts of the wall to visit. We were told that it would be teeming with tourists but it really wasn't that bad and we had a great time clambering around. It was a very hot day when we went which might explain why there weren't many people there - it was upwards of 30 degrees Celsius! If you choose to go, make sure you take adequate clothing and footwear. Also, bring a lot of bottled water - you're going to need it. There are stalls at the base of the wall which sell water but you'll end up paying 5x the normal price (or more on a hot day....much much more!) If you have the time or you're a more confident hiker, it's definitely worth checking out some of the less well known sites like Simatai and Jinshanling. These sections haven't been restored in places so are markedly more dangerous but I've been told the views are beyond spectacular. If I get the chance to go back to the Wall on my own (or with friends who are up for a physical challenge), I'll be sure to check these out!