The Art Of Swimming In Pools

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Imagine yourself getting in heat with your work life under the hotness of the sun during summer. Why not cool yourself like no other as you see places you’ve only seen from pictures before like that new pool resort down the lake that especially allows you to see other places in a different perspective? Imagine yourself getting in pressure with your home life under the coldness of the snow during winter, too. Why not warm yourself like never before as you experience things you’ve only heard from stories before like that new pool feature up the tower that even allows you to experience other things in a new way?

You see, this is what you call art. The kind of art that will not only make you cooled down enough to withstand the summer condition you might find yourself in during the first six months of the year, but also make you relaxed enough to see what’s around you and that is the wonders of Mother Nature in places you never thought was possible for you to see so soon.

You also see, this is what you call fine art. The kind of fine art that will not only make you warmed up enough to withstand the winter condition you might find yourself in during the last six months of the year, but also make you rejuvenated enough to experience what’s around you and that is the miracles of Mother Nature in things you never thought was possible for you to experience so soon.

Because that’s what art is all about. Being able to see places in a different perspective, no matter who you are and no matter what you do in life or even amidst the heat of your work life. Because that’s what art is also about. Being able to experience things in a new way, no matter how you are and no matter what you’ve gone through. Even more so, this is what art is about. Being able to be who you are no matter what you do under the hotness of the sun during summer. More so, this is what art is about. Being able to be how you are no matter what you’ve gone through under the coldness of the snow.

PureSpa hot tubs of decent quality, anyone?

How do you feel about art? How do you feel about swimming? How do you feel about having both in a single aspect of your life?

Share your thoughts with us below!

Reasons To Check Out Art Everywhere You Go

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When you visit another city, what do you check out first? When you visit another country, what do you check out first?

You see, a place’s rich history is not only seen through all those places to go. You also see, a place’s vibrant culture is not just experienced through all those things to do.

A place’s rich history can also be seen in art. A place’s vibrant culture can also be experienced in art.

That being said, here are other reasons to check out art everywhere you go:

It allows you to see a place in a different perspective.

Sometimes, the best things about a place can only be seen if you allow yourself to see them in a different perspective. And that’s what art in every place in this world can do for you. You will see a place’s rich history like never before with art like you’re the one who lived inside a traditional place all those years. You will also see a place’s current history like no other with art like you’re the one living inside a modern place all these years. And yes – all these and more can be seen through the art being offered for viewing in every place you go.

It allows you to experience a place in a new way.

Let’s just say, art allows you to experience something outside the box. Unlike all those things to do in a place that everyone can do even with their eyes closed, art allows you to experience all those things to do in a place that only few can do even with their eyes open. How? Well, it can be as simple as letting you experience art in another’s eyes like when you see a teen spray-painting on a graffiti wall or as elaborate as letting you experience art in your own eyes like when you see yourself miniature-carving on a wood block.

Check out Stinkfish street artist for more on art.

Visiting San Francisco

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A hilly city within Northern California and home to the famous Golden Gate Bridge and the infamous Alcatraz Island, San Francisco is truly a place that everyone should write down on their bucket lists.

Even more so, San Francisco is not just best known for its unique characteristic and its famous attractions. It’s also best known for its foggy atmosphere, as well as its traditional Victorian houses and modern cable cars.

That being said, here’s a tip and idea for you when visiting San Francisco:

Go on a walk tour.

Let’s just say that walking is the new black – that is, when it comes to travelling. You see, going on a walk tour rather than what most people go for when visiting places around the world like agency tours will not only allow you to take in everything you see slowly, but also allow you to take in everything you experience surely. It will also allow you to see what the place is really like as you get to roam around with your own two feet and experience how the place is really like as you get to explore around with your own two shoes – and oh, not to mention the fact that walking is one great way to keep yourself healthy and fit, even if you’re on the road most of the time. Cool, right?

Indeed, San Francisco is truly a place that everyone should write down on their bucket lists – not just for being home to a unique characteristic and some famous attractions, but also for being home to a rich history and a vibrant culture that radiates throughout the whole city in many different ways.

Hmm, I think a vacation trip to San Francisco in August sounds good right now.

But until it’s decided, do you have any other tips and ideas when visiting San Francisco?

Let us know in the comments section below!

Eight Stunning Sights to Add to the Bucket List

To say that some places take your breath away may not quite capture how it feels to see them. There is no dearth of beautiful and awe-inspiring attractions in the world. But there are some sights that seem to defy the imagination.

Aogashima, Japan
Aogashima
Aogashima may still be part of Tokyo, but it stands in stark contrast to the latter’s bustling vibe. To say that this island town is remote may seem like an understatement. Its small community of residents is fairly isolated from the hustle and bustle of city life. Transportation going and coming from the town is either by ferry or helicopter. But the view is breathtaking, especially from the air where you can see the volcanic island’s double crater. Peaceful, quiet, and a stunning view of the night sky from the island are just some of the top reasons to visit this place.

Grand Canyon, USA
Grand Canyon
Its massive scale and expanse alone should provide enough fodder for stunning views. There are plenty of things to see and do. This is easily one of the destinations that find their way into many people’s must-see lists.

Keukenhof, The Netherlands
Keukenhof
This extensive garden is planted with millions of flowers. The garden’s prized treasures look spectacular in full bloom. It is easy to think that you are seeing rivers of flowers flowing across the place’s many paths

Lake Louise, Canada
Lake Louise
Lake Louise is one of the top destinations in Banff National Park in Alberta. Its clear water provides an enchanting scene often reflecting its surrounding landscape. Set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural scenery, Lake Louise is an idyllic getaway for some relaxation or active adventures.

Mount Roraima, Venezuela
Mount Roraima
Sandstone comprises most of the surface at the top of Mt. Roraima. The mountain plateau has many little known flower and plant species. The clouds that roll in across the mountain’s peak is one of its most breathtaking sights.

Shifen Waterfall, Taiwan
Shifen Waterfall
This waterfall is tucked in the midst of a scenic view, away from the busy life of downtown Taipei. It is a fabulous sight, especially when you are looking for a scene that only nature gives.

Tianzi Mountains, China
Tianzi Mountains
Seeing Tianzi Mountains can inspire awe and wonder. It will make you ponder on what kind of magic nature does to create so much beauty. Three hundred eighty year-old rocks capped tall peaks that are every photographer’s dream. The scenes are dreamy scenes as clouds pass by along its summits. The blue sky and green vegetation and forest provide a nice backdrop to the picturesque scene.

Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan
Wisteria Flower Tunnel
The Wisteria Flower Tunnel is a whimsical place that makes you feel like you have stepped into another world — a magical one. The scents and awe-inspiring array of will make you stay there for as long as you can.

5 of the Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in San Francisco

The weather, scenic views, multi-cultural vibe, vibrant culture, and entertainment scene are among the top things that draw people to San Francisco. Any traveler who has been to the city would probably have something to add to this list. A visit to San Francisco promises a wide array of surprises that make for an unforgettable experience. Adding to the art, culture, and entertainment attractions are must-see places to add to the bucket list.

Alcatraz Island
Alcatraz Island
A trip to Alcatraz via a ferry from The Embarcadero is part of the San Francisco experience. The famous facility served as federal prison for several years. Among its former inmates include the likes of Al Capone and the “Birdman”. An audio tour provides visitors a glimpse into the penitentiary’s past. Exhibits and videos are likewise great sources of information and trivia about the American Indian occupation, the compelling stories of escapes, military history, and more.

California Academy of Sciences
California Academy of Sciences
Science museums may not be on top of most people’s must-see attractions. But a visit to California Academy of Sciences is not something you would not want to skip when in San Francisco. This state-of-the-art and green facility is conveniently located in Golden Gate Park – another one of the city’s top sights. It has many interesting features including the Aquarium, Natural History Museum, and Planetarium. Main highlights include the African Hall, Earthquake Exhibit, the Living Roof, Morrison Planetarium, Rainforests of the World, and the Steinhart Aquarium.

Chinatown
Chinatown
Many famous cities have a Chinatown. But if you are thinking of passing up the chance to explore San Francisco’s Chinatown, think again! The city boasts of the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. The place is teeming with beautiful Chinese architecture with its temples, teahouses and other traditional buildings. There are also plenty of things to see and do. From pharmacies selling traditional medicines to antique stores and restaurants, there is no dearth of things to explore and enjoy when in the area.

Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge
San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge is easily the city’s most recognizable landmarks. It is a top tourist destination and has been a subject of many photographs taken by visitors from across the globe. It is a beautiful structure at any time of the day with fog, rain, and the colors of sunrise or sunset often adding to the dramatic quality of the image it presents. You can enjoy the bridge from a distance or up close via its walkways at both sides of the bridge.

Golden Gate Park
Japanese Garden Golden Gate Park
The Golden Gate Park is an excellent getaway if you want a temporary respite from the busier vibe of the city center. The park not only boasts of beautiful and soothing natural scenery. It is also home to museums and other interesting attractions. Try not to miss visiting the California Academy of Sciences, de Young Museum, the Japanese Tea Garden, and the San Francisco Botanical Garden.