Cool Underwater Attractions
Recession was a hard hit for many of us. It has hit poorer contries the most to such a degree that kids are now working too. It’s not probably a new thing in certain Asian countries, but the following photos are certainly heartwarming.
Aren’t you sick of those usual round, tedious cakes everyone has for their birthday? Some pastry chefs thought of this and made some special cakes every geek would want. Some even cater to non-geeks and all will make a kick-ass birthday party. So here are 45 of the weirdest, funniest and wackiest cake designs.
Gemina was born in 1986, in San Diego. There no sign of deformities so Gemina was taken to a zoo Santa Barbara, when she was about one year. The giraffe continued to act and look normally for three years, but soon, her spine started to brake little by little in the neck area. The spine deformity became so obvious that it was hard to overlook. A similar case was registered in the early 1900s. The scientists, zoologists and veterinarians have been unable to find the explanation for this.
As if Dubai’s 7-stars Burj al Arab Hotel wasn’t wonderful enough, the wealthy Arab sheics have created an even greater architectural wonder, the Atlantis. It cost over 1,5 billion dollars to build, but the investors are confident that they will recover their investment in just a few years, and at a minimum of $1,000 per room/night, they just might. The theme rooms, like Poseidon and Neptune go up to $8,000-$10,000 a night.
Built on the artificial island known as The Palm, Atlantis has 1373 room, 166 apartments, a giant fish-tank with 65,000 fish, a 170,000 square meters aqua park, artificial beaches, a lagoon and even an artificial river. Plenty of reasons to visit…if you can afford it.