Beat the summer heat by going to the beach!  Giving away Day Tour Passes for 2 to one lucky reader at the Aquaria Water Park Calatagan Batangas. Will be posting the entire details later so I hope you'll check that out. Full review of #AquariaWaterPark on justinvawter.com  http://ift.tt/1xi09ie #BudgetTrip by justinvawter

Beat the summer heat by going to the beach! Giving away Day Tour Passes for 2 to one lucky reader at the Aquaria Water Park Calatagan Batangas. Will be posting the entire details later so I hope you'll check that out. Full review of #AquariaWaterPark on justinvawter.com http://ift.tt/1xi09ie #BudgetTrip by justinvawter

I'm thinking in the guest room tank I can do this on each side so that when its sitting on the table it doesn't look so bare on its sides

I'm thinking in the guest room tank I can do this on each side so that when its sitting on the table it doesn't look so bare on its sides

I can see this also being Mirostel's daily wear. Its simlple yet elegant. I do think that I want him to have cresting sleeves.

Tolkien

I can see this also being Mirostel's daily wear. Its simlple yet elegant. I do think that I want him to have cresting sleeves.

Feeding Saltwater Aquarium Corals: Sunflower Coral

Feeding Saltwater Aquarium Corals Part 3 - Find Out What Corals Eat

Architecture originale : des habitations hors du commun - Floriane Lemarié

Architecture originale : des habitations hors du commun

Architecture originale : des habitations hors du commun - Floriane Lemarié

First settled by Vikings in the 9th century, Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice because of its volcanos and glaciers. During the Middle Ages, Icelanders called the Hekla volcano, the country's most active, the "Gateway to Hell," believing that souls were dragged below.  by CORBIS

Environment

First settled by Vikings in the 9th century, Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice because of its volcanos and glaciers. During the Middle Ages, Icelanders called the Hekla volcano, the country's most active, the "Gateway to Hell," believing that souls were dragged below. by CORBIS

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