Thursday, 6 September 2012

World's Most Stunning Sinkhole

The world's most stunning sinkhole: Cavernous limestone bowl is so beautiful it's become a tourist attraction:
They usually hit the headlines for swallowing cars, houses and occasionally whole streets.
But this particular sinkhole in Oman is so stunning it has been turned into a tourist attraction.
The beautiful limestone hollow, in Bimmah, boasts the kind of clear waters normally only seen on holiday postcards.
While similar holes engulf residential streets or open up in front of despairing home owners, the Bimmah sinkhole has long been attracting tourists eager for a picturesque swim.

Largest Pair of Jean World Record

Peru, Lima, the PIEERS Corporation have sew the largest pair of blue jeans in the world. Their length of 43 m (141 feet), weight - 7.5 tons. People made huge pockets, buttons and belt at the waist 30-meter (98 feet). The first attempt to demonstrate the enormous product failed, as well as three cranes have not been able to tear off the jeans from the ground. In order not to attract the fourth crane, leg filled with balloons.

Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Amazing Air Magic!!

These are some photos of St. Maarten Airport and the planes impress most people on the beach flying over just seconds before touching down at Princess Juliana Airport. This is a just a little too close for comfort.

12 Boeing 747s operate daily to St. Maarten. The heavy jumbo is the most impressive of all and attracts the looks of everybody around...

This photo, from inside one 747 of Air France , it possible to have one idea of the small strip of beachjust before the head of the landing strip for planes in St. Maarten.

Public Toilet in Switzerland Amazing right?

Public Toilet in Switzerland Amazing right?
Here's a picture of a public toilet in Switzerland.

Now that you have seen the outside view of the Toilet,Just spend some more time scrolling down to see how it looks from inside ..!!

That's made entirely out of one-way glass. No one can see you in there, but when you are inside, it looks like you're sitting in a clear glass box.

Most Expensive Food in the World!

Most expensive foods in the world, most expensive drinks, deserts or spices.

Saffron, a spice grown worldwide, is derived from the saffron crocus flower. Prices for the spice go around US$500/pound to US$5,000/pound (US$1100 to US$11,000 per kilogram).

Macadamia nut. The cost of a kilogram of these nuts exceeds 30$.

Iranian caviar. The luxurious caviar comes from the oldest survivor of the Dinosaur era. Beluga caviar ranges in price from more than $5,000 per kilogram in the United States.

White truffle. This mushrooms are sold at a amazing price of 2,000 and 4,000 per kilogram ($1350 $2700 per pound).

La Bonnotte French potato. The cost of one single kilogram can reach $500 since this type of potato is almost extinct.

The most expensive beef in the world is the type of beef coming from the Wagyu cows from Japan. 200 grams of a fillet cost in Europe more than 100 dollars.

Club sandwich from Essen aka von Essen Platinum Club Sandwich. Costing 100 pounds (almost 200 dollars), this is a must-try for the food fanatics.

The most expensive pizza in the world, valued at 8300 Eur can be tasted in Italy. With generous toppings of caviar and lobster, the pizza has a diameter of 20cm and Louis XIII Remy Martin cognac poured all over it.

Omelet from the Le Parker Meridien restaurant in New York. The $1,000 omelet consists of 10 ounces of sevruga caviar, a whole lobster, and six eggs. To make it in the privacy of your own home, the cost will be only $700.

The most expensive desert in the world the $1000 sundae. It made up of 5 scoops of the richest Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream, Madagascar vanilla, 23K edible gold leaf and one of the most expensive chocolates in the world, Amedei Porceleana.

Chocopologie by Knipschildt. At $2,600 per pound, this handmade chocolate truffle is available only if ordered. t contains a black truffle and 70% Valrhona cacao.

Kopi Luwak. The coffee comes from the Indonesian island of Sumatra and the total annual production is only around 500 pounds of beans. That is why the price of a pound is outrages $300 or more

Chinese green tea called Tieguanyin, which costs 1,700 Yuan ($3,000) per kilo (per 2 lb 3 oz) approximately 8.50 Yuan ($15) for a single cup.

Tea bag for the PG company. Manually decorated with 280 diamonds, the bag made to remind people just how much they love the great British cup of tea is worth £7,500.

The most expensive champagne in the world is Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque Blanc de Blanc, made of specially selected grapes, sold in manually painted bottles and with a price tag of around $1,500.

Macallan Fine Rare Vintage, whiskey. With only 85 bottles being released world-wide, tasting this 30 year old is a rare treat. Price for a single bottle? $38,000!

Wray Nephew White Overproof Rum is merely the top-selling high strength rum in the world, bottled in 1940. Only four bottles are left from this precious liquor, each being estimated at $53,000.

Inside The Tihar Jail - Largest Complex of Prisons in South Asia!

Tihar Prisons, also called Tihar Jail and Tihar Ashram, is the largest complex of prisons in South Asia. It is located at Tihar village, approximately 7 km from Chanakya Puri, to the west of New Delhi, India. The surrounding area is called Hari Nagar.

The prison is maintained as a Correctional Institution. Its main objective is to convert its inmates into normal members of the society by providing them with useful skills, education and rules. It is meant to improve the inmates' self-esteem and strengthen their desire to improve. Items manufactured by the inmates bear the brand Tihar.

Asia's largest prison, Delhis Tihar Jail, has taken its first step into online retailing, offering goods over the Internet made by inmates including murderers and kidnappers. The Tihar Jail factory comprises units in baking, carpentry, weaving, tailoring, oil extraction, paper-making and shoe-making.

Inmates work in the furniture section of Tihar Jail in New Delhi.

Inmates work in the paper-making section.

An inmate stacks clothing at an outlet of Tihar Jail.

Inmates working in the bakery section.

An inmate stacks up some baked product on a shelf.

An inmate works at a metal-working section.

Inmates work in the tailoring section.

Inmates work in the furniture section of Tihar Jail in New Delhi.

Prisoners make branded food and art. Proceeds go to their victims. The Tihar Factory, which trains and employs convicts, raked in Rs 11 crore from sales of its TJ brand of products last year.