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What It's Like To Have A Wanderlust Soul

What It's Like To Have A Wanderlust Soul | Travel | Scoop.it
They say “good morning” to you, but it always sounds like good-bye; they haven’t learned the permanence of language, packing up their syllables like most-worn pairs of shoes and trying them on anew...
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Who Has 1 Billion Users and is About To Overtake Facebook?

Who Has 1 Billion Users and is About To Overtake Facebook? | Travel | Scoop.it
It’s not Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn. It’s a company that most people in the West don’t know. That, however, is set to change, with the explosive growth of China’s Tencent and its mobile messaging (What Social Media is about to take over Facebook?

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Luxury Recreational Submarine Travels 400 Feet Beneath the Ocean’s Surface

Luxury Recreational Submarine Travels 400 Feet Beneath the Ocean’s Surface | Travel | Scoop.it
If you’ve ever wanted to comfortably explore the ocean, then the Deepflight Submarine Super Falcon Mark II is just what you’re looking for. It’s a luxury recreational submarine that has the feel of an aircraft and made by the company Deepflight. Spanning 17 feet in length, it features two adjustable seats that each have their own bubble-glass cockpit. There’s a set of wings and stabilizers in the rear that help it navigate with ease. Perhaps the best part of this underwater vehicle is that it can be piloted to depths as low as 400 feet beneath the surface; this is sure to provide an amazing glimpse into the world of the sea.
This Deepflight Submarine might look familiar to fans of the James Bond films, and it’s with good reason. The company’s founder is Graham Hawkes, a longtime British marine engineer who built and piloted a submarine that challenged Bond in the 1980 flick For Your Eyes Only.
At $1.7M a pop, this personal submarine is meant for billionaires and tourism companies; the…

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