What We SPENT!: How EXPENSIVE is Backpacking Europe?!

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As Joe and I backpacked around Europe for 45 days we tracked our spending in a small journal and every day we tallied up the total. Upon returning home in Edinburgh we broke everything down into categories; Activities, Accommodations, Food/Drinks, Transportation, and Supplies. In this video we go over all of the costs and little bit about how we stuck to our budget.

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We’ve been thinking about those lightweight bikes we talked about a couple of weeks back and whilst having a crazy lightweight bike isn’t necessarily that practical for all. We’ve decided to try and build the world’s most expensive bike! Ok, we haven’t actually built it, but we have scoured the internet to source the most expensive components for every single part of a bike. We wanted to try and get an idea of just how much the most expensive bike in the world could cost – in theory.

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Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the World

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The pleasure of having a private yacht is incomparable. Originally, people constructed yachts to embrace the life in the ocean. The rich people buy it to experience the priceless joy of sailing and spending several days in the ocean with the comfort of their own home. A yacht is a symbol of power and wealth.

Every yacht is designed in a unique way. The most expensive yachts are constructed for extremely wealthy personalities. The price of the yacht owned by a person defines how wealthy he is. Billionaires have their own uniquely designed vessels. Some of them don’t want to be named. Here is a list of the 10 most expensive yachts that will surely amaze you.

Though we have been exploring new zones and methods for spending one’s exotic vacations in, the sea still remains a prime spot for the exclusive time off. And when one considers the moneyed class, then private luxury yachts are the most favored vehicles for indulging in some well needed breaks and private socializing. This list provides details into those private yachts, which are known for their novelty value and price tags for the luxurious features they have on board. Take a look.

For every sailing enthusiast, nothing can compare to the feeling of cruising the waters with your very own private yacht. While most people can only fantasize about possessing such a wonderful vessel, there are a few who have already managed to realize such dream.

For some its not just about owning a yacht, but its also about owning one of the most expensive yachts in the world. Want to find out more about how much each of these can cost?

Owing a yacht is a symbol of luxury. However, certain owners of private yachts have transformed this symbol of luxury into an expensive domain altogether. There are many yachts in the world vying to be rated as the world’s most expensive yacht. But only a select few make the cut.

Elaborated below are 10 of the costliest yachts in the world, incomparable to any other vessel in the yachting arena.
Yacht is equipped with full of luxury facilities. There’s a lot of facilities in the most expensive yacht in this list. You can find various of luxury thing there that vary from luxurious interior, helicopter with its helipad, swimming pool even there’s submarine and artificial beach on the expensive yacht. This is top 10 most expensive yacht in the world.
There is arguably no greater symbol of wealth than an enormous, gleaming, luxurious yacht.
Yachts are the ultimate toys for those who have out-earned the modes of common recreation. They offer privacy, extravagance, and comfort tailored to the exact specifications of the owner.
In the last decade, the uber-rich have entered into a worldwide arms race to build the largest, sleekest, fastest, most over-the-top floating toys a person could imagine.
The latest entrant, the gold-plated History Supreme, cost an eye-popping $4.8 billion.
The result is a veritable armada of money-soaked super yachts docked in ports across the world.
The best way to spend very long moment on ocean is over a convenient, clean, modern and comfortable Yacht. Here, we are going to talk about special Yachts that are listed on the top rank of 10 most expensive Yacht in the world. Sure, these Yachts are more than an ordinary clean, high tech or convenient boat we could find on many shores in Italy or anywhere else.

In the world of the richest, owning a yacht is considered middle league! The world’s richest have always been competing against each other trying to set themselves apart, whether through the biggest homes, most expensive jewelry, fastest cars and other luxury items. It’s time to take a look at the worlds most expensive yachts as of 2013.

Top 10 Best and Most Expensive Hotels & Resorts in the World | Under The Dark Sky

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★★★The World’s Best Top 10 Luxurious Hotels and Resorts.★★★ Every Hotels and Resort have unique features, specialties, fun filled Adventures and exotic location with unlimited luxury, but all for a price. This list defines the ultimate in luxury and style in all weather. Experience the unmatched facilities and services for their customers. Includes 5 Stars plus Hotels, Resorts from around the world. This detailed video explains how the rich and the famous spend their vacation and what exquisite luxury they enjoy. Welcome to the Top 10 Best and most expensive hotels in the world.

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♦Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
♦The Boulders, Arizona
♦Mardan Palace
♦Palms, Las Vegas
♦CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, Anguilla
♦The Westin Excelsior, Rome
♦Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai
♦Marquis Los Cabos, Los Cabos
♦The Plaza, New York City
♦Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas
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♚ Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi.
Set in 85 hectares of landscaped gardens,Costing approximately $3 billion to build, Emirates Palace has 394 rooms and suites, 40 meeting and conference rooms, a white sand beach, a myriad of pools and fountains, a sumptuous spa, marble imported from 13 different countries and over 1,000 crystal chandeliers
♚Mardan Palace is a luxury hotel in Lara, Antalya, Turkey, built by Azerbaijani businessman Telman Ismailov. It has been called Europe’s and the Mediterranean’s most expensive luxury resort. Mardan Palace’s reported cost is $1.4 billion.
♚The Hotel Excelsior opened on January 18, 1906, in Switzerland. The hotel is marked by its distinctive cupola, and for the two-story “Villa la Cupola” suite located on the fifth and sixth stories beneath it.
♚The Burj Al Arab is a hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is the third tallest hotel in the world.
Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai makes it one of the most photographed in the world. All rooms are luxurious suites spanning two floors with state-of-the-art everything and incredible views.
♚The Plaza Hotel, located in the Midtown Manhattan neighborhood of the borough of Manhattan, New York City, is a landmark 20-story luxury hotel and condominium apartment building, owned by an Indian conglomerate, Sahara India Pariwar. With a height of 250 ft (76 m) and a length of 400 ft (120 m), the hotel occupies the west side of Grand Army Plaza, from which it derives its name, and extends along Central Park South in Manhattan.
♚Officially opened in 1998, Atlantis Paradise Island is an ocean-themed resort on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. a 141-acre waterscape, which includes fresh and saltwater lagoons, pools, marine habitats, and water slides and river rides.
♚Palms, Las Vegas, The Las Vegas Palms is famous for high-roller living, and what better way to really indulge in Sin City than cavorting in one of their luxury rooftop suites like the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa.
♚The Boulders, and it’s just as well, as no man-made decor could possibly compete with the resort’s surreal 12-million-year-old rock formations. Spanning 1,300 acres of the Sonoran Desert, the massive spa compound promises the ultimate in natural rejuvenation treatments, and the two golf courses are world class.
♚CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, Anguilla
Brought to you by the same folks that created the famous food processor, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa was originally built as a tropical playground for its owner, but later expanded to include guests.
♚Marquis Los Cabos, Los Cabos.
Inspired by a celestial legend of two angels seeking paradise on earth, the spectacular lobby of Marquis Los Cabos opens out onto the wildly restless sea like a temple to its creation. Gorgeous specially-commissioned sculptures, massive waterfalls, spectacular infinity pools, and a lovely serene spa set the stage for vacationing VIPs.
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World’s Top 10 Most Expensive Fruits

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Most Expensive Fruits in the world Here is the list

10. Buddha Shaped Pears
These pears are specially cultivated in China. The pear appears exactly like Buddha statue. The face that appears in pear and the style in which Buddha used to sit is exactly the same. It is due to a mold made by a Chinese farmer Xianzhang Hao of the Hebei province.

9. Sekai Ichi Apples
‘Sekai ichi’ is a cultivar of apples first released from Japan in 1974. It is considered one of the largest varieties of apples, with an average circumference of 12-18 in and weight of 2.0 lbs. Sekai ichi means “world’s number one” in Japanese.

8. Dekopon Citrus
Dekopon is a seedless and sweet variety of mandarin orange, usually grown in large greenhouses at a constant temperature. These oranges are harvested from December to February (winter in Japan), while in the case of garden farming, they are harvested from March to April.

7. Sembikiya Queen Strawberries
Sembikiya Queen strawberries is named for the swanky fruit store in Tokyo that sells them, each box of twelve is hand selected and perfectly matched. The appearance of this fruit is gorgeous. Their enchanted beauty may forbid you to eat.

6. Square Watermelon
Square Watermelons are produced in Japan. Before 2014, Japan did not export these watermelons outside the world. But in 2014 these watermelons are exported outside the world.

5. Pineapples From The Lost Gardens of Heligan
The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. A pineapple grown in this garden in horse manure is believed to be the world’s most expensive piece of fruit. People are willing to pay $1,600 for one pineapple that was grown in mud and rotting poop.

4. Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes
Taiyo no Tamago is a Japanese word which means in English is “egg of the sun”. These mangoes are called egg of Sun just because of their shape. Mangoes sold under the Taiyo no Tamago (Egg of the Sun) label are selected under strict criteria including weight (each must weigh more than 350 grams) and sugar content, which must be high,

3. Ruby Roman Grapes
The Ruby Roman is a variety of table grape grown and marketed entirely in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. It is red in color and about the size of a ping-pong ball. The first Ruby Roman grapes went on sale in August 2008 for 100,000 Japanese yen (US$910) per 700-gram bunch, or $26 per grape.

2. Densuke Watermelon
Densuke watermelons have a black outer thick skin and a juicy pink interior. There are no stripes or spots on the outside so it resembles a black bowling ball. These watermelons are only grown in the northern island of Hokkaido,

1. Yubari Melon
The Yubari King is a cantaloupe cultivar farmed in greenhouses in Yubari, Hokkaido, a small town close to Sapporo. The Yubari King is a hybrid of two other cantaloupe cultivars: Earl’s Favourite and Burpee’s “Spicy” Cantaloupe. This hybrid’s scientific name is Cucumis melo L. var. reticulatus Naud. cv. Yubari King.

Top 10 Most Expensive Wedding Venues In The World

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13 Most Unusual Houses

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From a house shaped like a toilet to an upside down house, these are 13 of the most shocking homes from around the world!

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8 – House On A Rock – The Drina River in Serbia is where one of the strangest and tiniest houses on our list sits a house perched on a rock. The house is over 40 years old and has weathered the Serbian elements to remain standing. Built in 1969, the house came to be when a group of boys were looking for a place to lay out in the sun and discovered the rock. Realizing it would be a great place to build the structure, the boys constructed the one bedroom house and it’s been there ever since.

7 – Bubble House – Selected to be an historic monument by the French Ministry of Culture even though its not even 40 years old. The house was designed by an organic architect named Antti Lovag and has sprawling views of the Mediterranean Sea. The convex windows and peculiar shape made it truly bizarre. The focal point of the house is the garden at the center that features a waterfall and stream. Exotic vegetation line the garden and the interior is fitted with built in furniture, shelving and cupboards.

6 – upside down house – This Upside Down House looks like a movie set – but it’s not! Located in Poland, the upside down house was created by Daniel Czapiewski – a Polish businessman. The house has become one of the largest tourist attractions in Poland, although tourists have complained of motion sickness and nausea upon entering. The interior of the house is fully furnished and decorated, with everything bolted to the ceiling to keep with its theme. There is a pretty profound message behind the house – Daniel was trying to make a statement about the state of the world, namely the Communist era. The house took longer to build because the workers kept getting disoriented by the upside down design.

5 – Boeing 727 Hotel – Though technically a hotel and not a house, it’s just too cool not to mention. The 1965 Boeing 727 frame used for this hotel was salvaged from San Jose and carefully brought to Costa Rica. The hotel consists of two bedrooms with their own private baths, a kitchenette, dining area, private entrance and ocean view terrace. It’s completed fitted with Costa Rican teak paneling and hand carved teak furniture. From the terrace, the only neighbors visible are the monkeys, toucans and sloths.

4 – Flintstones House – Well, this house may look familiar. TV personality Dick Clark had actually been the one to fight to have this home built. Located in Malibu California, the house is situated on 23 acres and needed to look like a rock formation to blend into the surroundings in order for Dick Clark to get permission to build on the wild site. The home is a one bedroom, two bath, with an interior covered in steel and wood. The huge glass windows offer 360 degree views of the surrounding Santa Monica Mountains. The house was recently sold by Clark’s widow for $1.78 million.

3 – Soccer Ball House – Not only is this soccer ball house located in Japan but it’s also apparently disaster proof. The house has 32 sides and is structurally designed to withstand earthquakes. This house is apparently a hot commodity and is popping up all over Japan, ranging in size from large all the way down to doghouses. The interior consists of one small room with a fireplace in the middle. The neat thing about this home is you can combine several units together to create a number of configurations.

2 – The Keret House – Not only is this structure a house, it’s also an art installation. Designed by the architect Jakub Szczesny in 2012, the Keret House measures just around 3 feet by 5 feet. It consists of two floors and has a kitchen one bedroom, a living area and bathroom. To get from the first floor to the second floor, the residents have to climb a ladder. To enter the house you’d need to use retractable stairs that turn into the living space when closed. Located in Warsaw, the Keret House was built between two buildings and the designer considers it a tribute to his family were killed during World War II.

1 – toilet shaped house – The question isn’t does it exist.. The question is WHY does it exist? And there’s actually a very interesting answer to that question. Built by the late mayor of Suwon South Korea, Sim Jae-Duck the purpose was to bring awareness to clean and working sanitation. He was born in a bathroom and has made it his mission in life to be an advocate for the 2 billion people in this world living without toilets. The house is 4520 square feet of concrete, steel and glass and cost $1.1 million to build. The focal point of the house is an obvious one – it’s a glass walled bathroom in which the walls become opaque when a button is pushed.

“My Life Is Wonderful”: $1M Sugar Baby Lounges In Luxury

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You don’t need to be the richest to travel the world, 11 beautiful destinations that you can visit & they’re cheap so a budget is safe.

5. Bolivia
Bolivia is one of the most misunderstood countries in South America, and is also one of the cheapest countries to visit. Rich with culture and experiences, Bolivia offers some of the most incredible sights in the world, and at a miniscule price. Traveling in Bolivia can occasionally be a bit uncomfortable as it is not properly set up for tourism, but if you are prepared to rough it a bit, you will have the experience of a lifetime. You can enjoy sights like the amazing Salar de Uyuni salt flats on a two day tour for less than $130 for both days. There is also a collection of museums that you can visit, such as the former home of Pedro Domingo Murillo, who was a leader during the 1809 La Paz Revolution. The cost to visit all of the museums is just $1. Bolivia offers some of the cheapest food and drink in the whole of South America, where a Paceña beer costs less than $2, and a bowl of hearty potato soup costs about the same.

4. Bulgaria

Bulgaria is often disregarded as a holiday destination, but is has a lot to offer, from some of the most tranquil secluded beaches in Europe, to charming little towns – and all at surprisingly low prices. Small towns such as Varna on the coast, and ancient cities such as Plovdiv offer rich culture and beautiful vistas. There are also many exquisite mountain ranges that you can discover on foot or by bicycle. In the last few years Bulgaria has become a favorite among British travelers, as the Black Sea resorts offer incredibly low prices, and offer facilities comparable to those in destinations such as Spain. Bulgaria is considered an amazing city holiday location, where you can enjoy delicious food, kind company, strong drinks and a comfortable bed in beautiful accommodations for as little as $45 per day.

3. Cambodia
Cambodia is one of the most popular places to visit in Southeast Asia, and also one of the cheapest. Backpackers and luxury holiday makers can both spare their bucks when traveling in Cambodia. Hostels can cost as little as $3.50 per night; and many boutique hotels offer beautifully decorated rooms with modern luxuries, and swimming pools from $65 per night for 2 people sharing. Cambodia is rich in culture and history, with many iconic historical sites, such as the Angkor Wat Archaeological Park, which is a UNESCO World heritage site, and has been declared an official Wonder of the World. At $63, the three-day ticket to the park is a bit pricier in comparison to other costs in Cambodia, but when spread out over the three days, it works out to be well worth it – there are so many temples to see, and a one day pass is a bit short to see it all.

2. India
India has always been a favorite for travelers on a budget, and there are very few countries in the world that you can travel so broadly and eat so well for such a low cost. The temple town of Gokarna has spectacular beaches that could contend with the best in the world, and also features sacred sites like Mahabaleshwar Temple, which has a shrine dedicated to the Hindu deity Shiva. At Mumbai’s street markets and stalls, you will find the most amazing kebabs and other authentic Indian food. The Golden City of Jaisalmer offers you the adventure of a lifetime, where you can explore the sands of the Thar Desert, which seem to go on forever. Even when traveling first class on trains, and using taxi services, you enjoy a budget holiday for as little as $20 per day, including your accommodation in a hostel, transport, and food, as long as you eat the local meals.

1. Vietnam
Vietnam should be on the top of everyone’s budget travel list. With its vivid landscapes, rich history, amazing food and lively energy, Vietnam will astonish you, grabbing you from all angles, simultaneously energetic and tranquil. Vietnam most amazing asset is its inspiring countryside – from the limestone karst topography to the waterways and paddy fields, with beautiful beaches and busy cities spotted in between. Vietnam also has some of the best cuisine in the world, where you can enjoy a bowl authentic pho for as little as $2 while getting to know the locals. Although Vietnam has risen in popularity as a top tourist destination in the last decade, most of the country is left undeveloped and unchanged, and is the best destination for budget traveling. You can easily enjoy the verdant mountains and stunning white sandy beaches while spending very little money. As little as $13 per day will cover your accommodation in a guest house, local food, travel costs, and drinks, such as Bai Hoi, Vietnam’s most well-known beer, which costs less than $1.