Meet “Birrabus” – A Former School Bus Transformed Into A Beer Truck!

Here is the Birrabus, a former school bus turned into a beer bar! Equipped with 17 beer drafters, this amazing food truck travels through Europe to make you discover the richness of Italian craft beers.

An excellent concept of beer truck, which is having fun with its school origins by deploying old chairs and school desks. The Birrabus also offers some savory and sweet treats to complete the aperitif. The kind of food truck we love to meet in festival!

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The Prosecco Van Is The Food Truck For The Happy City

UK-based Bubble Bros aims to make those special moments even more special. Introducing the Prosecco Van.

Similar to an ice cream van for children – and also bringing happy smiles on people’s faces – but for adults and filled with delicious and bubbly prosecco. Apart from the refreshing concept, the van also looks like it has traveled through time.

The converted 3-wheeled Piaggio Ape boasts an understated gray tone with golden letters. Inside, the vintage design with distressed wall aesthetic, gorgeous flowers as well as golden accents and wooden shelves truly bring the old-time look and feel to life. For now, Bubble Bros operate only in the UK. Here’s hoping they decide to cross the pond.

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You May Chill In This Sunken 200 Year-Old Swedish Cabin Hidden Deep In A Forest


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In the early 1800s a man named Little Jon lived in this so called earth cabin (swe. ‘backstuga’) located in southern Småland, Sweden.

An earthen cabin is built partially buried in the ground, in this case there’s three walls of stone and one wall made of wood. In Sweden earthen cabins was common in the forests from the 1600s until the late 1800s and was inhabited by poor, old or sometimes criminal people. The cabins was built on the border between two landowners and stood on leasehold land where there was very little or no land to cultivate. People who lived in these cabins often worked for their landowners to make their living. Both Jon’s mother and his brother had drowned themselves in the lake which shows how hard life may have been during that time.

During the 1970s the cabin was renovated and was used as a refuge for a family in the village who were afraid of the Russians. Occasionally the family resorted to their sanctuary deep within the forest and read aloud from the bible. In more recent years a girl from this family, who now owns the place, have along with her husband saved the cabin from rot and restored it. This forest and this cabin is really something else.

More info: Agetorps Ord och Bild, Airbrnb (h/t: theworkofcastor)


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‘The World’s Most Remote Pop-Up Shop’ Handed Out Gear 300 Feet Up A Sheer Cliff

Climbers on the iconic Bastille in Eldorado Canyon deal with heavy winds, pouring rain and temperatures that can rise and fall by as much as 40 degrees in August. As prepped as they might be, they could likely use an extra layer or two on their way to the top of this picturesque mountain outside Boulder, Colorado.

Enter the world’s most remote pop-up, dubbed Cliffside Shop and manned from sunrise to sunset by a fellow climber handing out hoodies, socks and other gear to anyone who needs it. The price may be free, but it does require you to climb 300 feet to a shop that juts out from the sheer face of the mountain.

The idea came from WIP as part of the agency’s pitch about six months ago to work with 37.5, which is found in brands like Carhhart, Kenneth Cole, Tommy Bahama and Bauer. It took roughly six weeks to fabricate the 6-by-10-foot shop, built around a cantilevered ledge. Once it was fully assembled, the store was pulled up on ropes by expert climbers and latched onto the mountain.

The two-day stunt, from Work in Progress for advanced materials company 37.5 Technology, took place earlier this month and provided jackets, fleece and other weather protection to about 70 climbers. Intended to make a big public splash for a little-known marketer, the shop also tried to take the concept of pop-ups to, um, new heights.

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Be The Envy Of Baggage Claim With This Hilarious Custom Selfie Cover

You’ve tied on a little piece of coloured ribbon and you’ve spent a load of money on that mad clingfilm machine… only to discover that everyone else has done exactly the same thing.

Prevent ‘Baggage Reclaim’ drama and make sure your bag stands out from the crowd by slipping it snuggly inside a Head Case. After all, nothing says “that’s my luggage!” quite like a giant version of your own face, smiling back at you as it shudders round the conveyor belt.

Head Cases are made from durable polyester spandex so they stretch to comfortably fit over your bag, while a series of well-placed openings ensure that all of your handles remain fully accessible. Simply upload a high-quality photo of your face (or a pal’s) and we’ll print it on both sides of this striking personalised case cover.

More info: Firebox (h/t: sobadsogood)





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“Empowered Women”: Meet Jessa, The Nude Blogger

Jessa, who goes by The Nude Blogger on her Instagram and her website, is as body-positive and empowering as you can imagine. She confidently posts beautiful photos of herself completely nude out with mother nature. She’s a wildly free spirit, which is what makes her so unique and inspiring.

“I empower myself by living a life out of intention rather than habit, out of truth rather than convenience, and out of compassion rather than indifference,” she told Nymph NYC. “This means making mindful decisions and living consciously, in all aspects of my life. This extends to what I eat, to what I purchase, to the relationships I invest my time in, to the activities I partake in etc etc… aligning my actions with my intentions has been truly liberating. It is the realisation that we have control of the decisions we make…each and every time, every second of the day. This realisation is powerfully potent. It is empowering! To truly grasp this concept has led me to evolve into the most empowered version of my Self.”

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A 100+ Year Old Tree Growing Inside A Church In Greece

This amazing church is located at Samarina, Greece, built in 1812. It is devoted to Virgin Mary and every year on the 15th of August a great celebration takes place in the village gathering visitors from all over the country.

At some point a small pine tree grew inside the church’s temple and now it comes magnificently out of the roof! The tree is over 100 years old.

Samarina is a mountainous village of the Grevena district, one of the highest villages of Europe, built at around 1600m (5250ft) altitude. It is also known as the largest village in Greece and every summer it is full of locals and visitors. Its surroundings and landscapes are perfect for fans of mountains, forests and natural beauties.

Google maps coordinates for Samarina: 40.1045001,21.013706.

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The Solo Honeymoon: Woman’s Sad Photos After Husband Denied Visa

When newlywed Huma Mobin shared her honeymoon photos, they were missing someone: her husband Arsalaan Sever Bhatt. The couple was planning to visit Greece, but Arsalaan’s visa wasn’t ready in time. Rather than let the prepaid tickets go to waste, he encouraged her to go alone…

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Get Naked! Australia Man Makes Cheeky Calendar For His Girlfriend

An Aussie who created a joke nude calendar for his girlfriend is now sent hundreds of naked snaps weekly after launching a cheeky social media bum-baring craze.

Brendan Jones, 27, and his friends regularly pose for barely-there snaps while out hiking – and their body positivity stunts have racked up thousands of fans and imitators. The healthcare professional, from Sydney, is now inundated with up to 20 photos of scantily clad walkers posing in front of stunning Australian landscapes every single day. Brendan launched Instagram account Get Naked Australia in June 2016 after he posed for 12 nude snaps for a tongue-in-cheek calendar for his fiancée’s Christmas present in 2015. He now uses the profile and his new Get Naked Australia website as a platform for Aussies from all over the country to share their best nude posing.

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The Unique Marvels Of Croatia’s Underwater Park


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Are you adventurous and in love with the water? Then, this new Underwater Park in Croatia is a must-visit for you.

Travellers can join skilled divers to explore the hidden underwater world and experience the aquatic flora and fauna besides discovering ruins and artefacts buried under the sea.

Here’s a closer look at the Underwater Park:


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