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Finally out on Android.
The Little Fox is the first runner of its type on a hexagonal field. Run th...
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The view in Queenstown is unbeatable.
Let me know when you're next her, and I'll join you for the road trip.
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This sounds delicious!
 
Sweet peas, avocado, mint and crumbled crispy bacon... this creamy chilled pea soup just rocks!
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It's nice when you can taste in your mind, but experience tells me better in real life... Cheers and yes it tastes great. 
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Drinking water on an empty stomach immediately after waking up is one natural way of healing our body and health.
Do you know that drinking water in the morning after you wake up is an old Japanese Therapy?
http://healthyfoodsecret.com/drinking-water-on-empty-stomach-immediately-after-waking-up/
Drinking Water On Empty Stomach Immediately After Waking Up! Drinking water is something that we need to do every day for our health. The first thing is
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An Airplane Glory
Image Credit & Copyright: Shane Larson (Adler Planetarium, CIERA-Northwestern)
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap161222.html

Looking out the window of an airplane, you might be lucky enough to see "the glory" in the direction directly opposite the Sun. Before airplanes, the phenomenon, known to some as the heiligenschein or the Specter of the Brocken, was sometimes seen from mountaintops. There, when conditions were right, one could look away from the Sun and see what appeared to be the shadow of a giant surrounded by a bright halo. The giant turns out to be the observer, as in the modern version a silhouette of an plane frequently occupies the glory's center. This bright glory was photographed two weeks ago over Michigan from an airplane on approach to O'Hare International Airport. The cause of the glory is still being researched and is relatively complex. Surely, small droplets of water in some way reflect, refract, and diffract sunlight backwards towards the Sun. The phenomenon has similar counterparts in other branches of science including astronomy, where looking out from the Earth in the direction opposite the Sun yields a bright spot called the gegenschein.
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I used to play go quite a bit. I even thought I was really good at it, till I met someone that was.

This is a big deal.
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Thanks for the reshare +James Pope! :D
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Well played, Vueling. Well played.
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Definitely have to try this one. Yum.
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Aren't you the sweetest? :-)
Wishing you a lovely holiday!
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Beautiful Queenstown.
 
Queenstown, New Zealand, 5 minutes ago from above... A beautiful Sunday here and setting up for a magical sunset! ‪#‎Queenstown‬ ‪#‎NewZealand‬ 
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Great service, reasonable prices and some of the freshest and tastiest sashimi around.
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I've been to this Thai restaurant over a dozen times in the last year, despite it being a good 20 minutes drive from home, and each time I've always been pleasantly surprised. It is a family run business, and has been in the Port de St. Laurent for over 10 years. All of the dishes I've tasted are flavourful and fairly generous portions, however there is one dish that stands out among all, if not all Asian dishes on the Côte d'Azur: the Thai Duck Curry ("Canard laqué au curry Thaï"). That is truly an epic dish, especially when eaten with the rice glass noodles ("vermicelles de riz"), and will leave you scraping the bottom of the dish for the last dashes of sauce.
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Delicious and healthy food in an unusual setting, served by friendly staff, at very reasonable prices.
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