This Small Village In Indonesia Is Literally Made Out Of Rainbows


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Kampung Pelangi, which literally translates to Rainbow Village, has to be one of the most colourful villages in the world, let alone in Indonesia. The village, which is home to 232 houses, is splashed in a series of bright colours and decorated with murals. Kampung Pelangi was recently given a government-funded makeover in a bid to make it more tourist-friendly — and it looks like it’s working.

h/t: mashable


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The Mudmen Of The Western Highlands – The Terrifying Tribe From A Remote Part Of Papua New Guinea


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Papua New Guinea is a land of Wig-Schools, Wig-Teachers and WigMen, impenetrable rain-forests, sweet potatoes and pigs. A land of the Cus-Cus, the Cassowary and thirty-eight species of Birds of Paradise. A land without sheep, goats, cows or milk.


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A land where there are no donkeys, horses or mules. No bicycles, mopeds and few cars; virtually no restaurants, bars, shops, electricity or roads. It is a land where there is no recreational sex, where a new-born girl is called a Shovel, a boy an Axe and where many adults have no birth certificates. It is perhaps one of the most untouched lands on earth.


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This bizarre way of life is found in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, a country comprising more than 2000 indigeneous clans, including the Mudmen of the Waghi Valley. To find this clan, you need to travel to the Highlands town of Mt Hagen. Although it’s the third largest town in the country it has a reputation of being “the wild frontier” of the Highlands and more often is referred to as simply Hagen, a German name that acknowledges the presence of Lutheran missionaries who settled in the area almost a century ago.


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Compared with the intense heat and humidity of the coastal region, Hagen has a comfortable alpine climate and though it rains an average of 3800mm a year, there are few mosquitoes and consequently no malaria. Throughout Papua New Guinea, language is an issue.


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More than 800 different languages are spoken, 12% of the world’s indigeneous languages, and very often adjoining clans are unable to understand the language spoken by their neighbours just a few kilometres away. Some of these languages are spoken by just 5000. For centuries the Highlands peoples of Papua New Guinea fought over land, women and pigs. Sorcery and battle skills could elevate a clan to Bigmanship, where the bigger the “presentation”, the bigger the man. Clans therefore would paint their bodies and create fearsome masks as part of their psy.


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World Naked Gardening Day Pairs Private Parts With Plowing, The Earth


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It’s World Naked Gardening Day, the only day of the year when exposing your private bits while hoeing around the garden is celebrated internationally. Launched back in 2005, the unofficial event happens every first Saturday of May and encourages gardeners around the world to get out in the fields, bare ass exposed to the sun, to get dirty in the name of growing things in the earth.

More info: World Naked Gardening Day (h/t: mashable)


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This Couple Started Married Life On Top Of The World, Having Exchanged Their Vows On Mt. Everest


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Dressed in a full suit and wedding dress, James Sissom and Ashley Schmieder spent days scaling the mountain range in order to be photographed in front of such a breathtaking backdrop. Their big day was captured at Everest Base Camp, around 17,000 feet in the air, having battled the likes of freezing temperatures, snow and altitude sickness along the way.


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The American couple were accompanied by wedding photographer Charleton Churchill, who had only a small window to shoot the occasion, as temperatures stood at between –20 and –15 Celcius and James required oxygen to tackle his sickness on the mountain. Here: James Sissom and Ashley Schmieder exchange vows on Everest.


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Spiderman Wanders Through The Skies Of Bogota, Colombia


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The capital of Colombia now has an additional attraction- a flying Spiderman over its bridges. Jahn Freddy Duque is earning nearly $10 an hour, performing stunts on Bogota’s bridges, much to the delight of passersby and drivers.

h/t: timesnow


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He acknowledges the risk in the job, both monetary as well as personal. However, he is confident about his skill! His only worry is that the old bridge might just break one day.


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“I love it. It’s like a moment of amusement in Bogota while you are in total chaos”, said an onlooker, whose son loves the ‘Spiderman’ antics.


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Tons Of Juice Flooded The Streets Of Russian Cities

On Tuesday at the enterprise JSC “EKZ Lebedyansky” (owned by PepsiCo) collapsed roof of the warehouse on an area of 300 square meters, reports citing.

As a result of incident on the streets of the city Lebedyan spilled several tons of juice.Administrative proceedings were instituted after the collapse of the roof at the factory of PepsiCo in the town of Lebedyan in Lipetsk region (Russia) resulted in several tons of juice, which flowed into the don river, reported the territorial administration of Rosprirodnadzor.

According to the emergency management field, on Tuesday at the enterprise JSC “EKZ Lebedyansky” (PepsiCo) collapsed roof of the warehouse on an area of 300 square meters. Two persons suffered. The operation to rescue them has been completed. The Prosecutor’s office of the region reported that on the streets of the city Lebedyan spilled several tons of juice, which flowed into the don river, and began checking.

As explained by RIA Novosti, the representative of Rospotrebnadzor, the case instituted against legal persons under article “Violation of requirements for protection of water objects which can entail their pollution”.

According to the interlocutor of the Agency, the amount of damage will be established based on the conclusion obtained after sampling and laboratory examinations.Earlier, PepsiCo said it was ready to promptly eliminate the consequences of the incident, and in the regional administration noted that the scale of the accident is exaggerated.

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This Is How Real Psychos Get Unleashed – Moscow’s “Rage Rooms” By The Hour

Do you ever feel stressed and just want to break the furniture or smash up a computer? The Russians have the solution! In Moscow, located in a flea market, Debosh offers a unique way for people to relieve stress and to take out their aggression harmlessly, violently and legally. This concept, known as “rage rooms” is a personalised experience in which Debosh can design the room to represent your office, flat or even a state institution, and can be filled with furniture to match your requests. You can even request a car to be placed in a room for you to destroy…

More info: Debosh, Facebook (h/t: messynessychic)

Destroyery is a kind of entertainment where people can do things they are restricted to do in everyday life, or may be such things are just hard to do or they may have really bad consequences. With us you are free act in a fun and safe way (although some moralists often condemn us). For example, at Destroyery you can smash a TV with a sledgehammer, take off safety googles, dustdown and go home pleased and relieved. However, Destroyery is not just about crushing things with a hammer. You can come on your own or with your friends and experience a new feeling of freedom and permissiveness like when you were a kid, causing mischief and your mom went off on you for broken thingsat home or your dad smacked your ass for smashing a window





























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Huge Bikini Snow Show As Russians Mark The End Of The Skiing Season


Siberian Times

Participants in the Grelka Fest at the Sheregesh resort in Tashtagolsky District of Kemerovo Oblast, Russia on April 22, 2017. Russian girls marked the end of the ski season with a record-breaking bikini ski festival at Siberia’s top winter resort, Sheregesh. Some 1,498 skiers and snowboarders undressed to impress in the annual event as they took to the pistes under blues skies and sunshine in a bracing temperature of just 5°C (41°F). More people took part last year, some 1,800, but it was not an official record attempt, unlike this year’s undress to impress spectacle.

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This Public Toilet At The Central Bus Station In Russian Voronezh Is So Romantic They Lit Candels In It

Public bathroom, it is usually a place that gives you a bad experience and you just try to erase it from your memory as soon as you get out of it. However at the central bus station in Voronezh, Russia, the public restroom has no electricity, water nor heating from the beginning of the year but they charge the fee around $0.25.

h/t: slavforum

Bathroom manager Valentina Terekhina explained, that administration of this bus station is guilty for these problems as they are trying to kill her small business by turning off all the water, electricity and heating.

“You can pick your toilet paper here according to your needs.”

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Giant 150ft Iceberg Is Floating Past Canada, And It’s 50ft Bigger Than The One That Sank Titanic


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A small fishing village on Canada’s East Coast has been hit by a sudden flood of tourists after a 150ft tall iceberg became visible near its shoreline over Easter weekend, and they might have to get used to it.

h/t: boredanda, dailymail


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The bombastic berg has parked near Ferryland, a remote community in Newfoundland famous for “Iceberg alley,” a stretch of its coastal waters which are frequented by Arctic visitors. At a whopping 150 feet tall, the iceberg is even larger than the one that notoriously struck and sank the Titanic in 1912. Though you won’t find Jack and Rose checking out Ferryland’s newest occupant, the village has apparently become jammed up by tourists eager to see it, and photos of the phenomenon are already adding up on social media.


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Since the iceberg has reached shallow water and is currently stagnant, it’s not likely to drift away anytime soon. This could spell out big business for Ferryland, although according to residents interviewed by CBC, the town’s only 2 restaurants don’t open until the 24th of May.


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