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In the Golden Gate park is located another attraction of the city – Hakone Japanese Tea Garden where you can have tea in original Japanese tea house and enjoy the small waterfall, a monumental Budha and original pagodas. People say that this is probably one of the quietest and tranquil places in the city with its small ponds, pagodas, bridges and a tea room.

In the Golden Gate park is located another attraction of the city – Hakone Japanese Tea Garden where you can have tea in original Japanese tea house and enjoy the small waterfall, a monumental Budha and original pagodas. People say that this is probably one of the quietest and tranquil places in the city with its small ponds, pagodas, bridges and a tea room.

John Malathronas is taken on a "tipsy tour" (pub crawl) of the ruin pubs of Budapest.

The ruin pubs of Budapest

John Malathronas is taken on a "tipsy tour" (pub crawl) of the ruin pubs of Budapest.

BESI SAHAR (800 M) – NGADI (900 M) Suspension Bridge

BESI SAHAR (800 M) – NGADI (900 M) Suspension Bridge

The living root and vine bridges in the Khasi Hills of India    Vines and roots of trees are trained to stretch across rivers and streams, to create a sturdy structure strong enough to be used as a bridge for up to 50 people at a time. Villagers create these living bridges – which take 10-15 years to grow – as a solution to the high annual rainfall, which would cause ordinary wooden bridges to rot.

The living root and vine bridges in the Khasi Hills of India Vines and roots of trees are trained to stretch across rivers and streams, to create a sturdy structure strong enough to be used as a bridge for up to 50 people at a time. Villagers create these living bridges – which take 10-15 years to grow – as a solution to the high annual rainfall, which would cause ordinary wooden bridges to rot.

'Breakfast on the Bridge', as part of the Sydney International Food Festival, October 2011- Sydney, Australia

'Breakfast on the Bridge', as part of the Sydney International Food Festival, October 2011- Sydney, Australia

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