2016 is coming and if you’re looking at your bucket list and you see “check out some unique places to stay in Canada” written, we may have a way to check that off your list.
What the world was looking for on Google over the past 12 months.
#1 Drawing Progress Over The Last Few Years
When the weather outside is frightful, there are few things so tempting as calling in sick to work and heading to a natural hot springs spa to soak in warm mineral-rich water – or maybe just watch a bunch of monkeys doing it. Few of us are lucky enough to live adjacent to these earth-heated healing waters, from the Blue Lagoon of Iceland to the crystal-clear Mataranka Springs in Australia, but nobody can blame us for losing an hour or two daydreaming about it.
This holiday season, don’t waste your money buying Dad another tie or getting Mom another piece of jewelry that she’ll never wear. Instead, choose from any of these 20 items that’ll instantly make their lives easier. Some of them are old standbys, but that doesn’t make them any less awesome.
It’s bulky sweater season which means that you need all the room in your closet that you can possibly find. All of those warm, winter clothes take up a bunch of space, so finding a way to organize your space more efficiently is a must.
Doctors have been recommending chocolate in your sandwich for years, but the Japanese have finally done it! Bourbon, a Japan-based company, has started to sell chocolate slices packaged like Kraft cheese singles. Each pack contains five two-millimeter (0.08-inch) thick slices.
If you ask thousands of teens around the world, YAL (or young-adult literature, for those of you who aren’t in the know) is where it’s at. One of the biggest YAL successes of all time is the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer, which has inspired crazy amounts of art and (deeply disturbing) fanfiction in the years since its publication.
Jeremy Rossman was sick of his growing student loan debt, especially since he went to MIT. There, undergraduate and living expenses for 9 months is $44,720.
#1 The teen who committed suicide using a cobra
These three men were left stranded for 8 days in the middle if Antarctica when their landing gear broke but with a little quick thinking and some creative fixing they were able to survive the cold.
#1 King’s College Chapel at the University of Cambrigde
Canada has a long and storied history in wartime and in honour of Remembrance Day just around the corner, lets take a look at the uniforms that our soldiers wore for the major historical events of the last century.
Traditional tattoos are basically a composition of elements that look bold and clean outlines. These tattoos depend entirely the selection of color and the idea. Keeping all these things in mind we have come up with great traditional tattoos that fulfill the above lines.