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May 26, 2020
A Colorful and Multifunction Toilet Inside The Mall
Toilets that look clean and luxurious in a mall, it's a common thing. But what about a toilet that looks colorful? I will tell my experience when I accidentally found a toilet with a unique concept in
Architecture, Harmony with the scent of salt -Arquitectura, Armonía con aroma a sal
Hi friends Today I leave you this sea town so representative for us. Our coastal and sailor towns are represented because you can also find humble houses attached to palaces of people who in other years
Mount Schilthorn Switzerland Part I: Rotstockhütte
Preamble The last day of our trip in Switzerland ended up being the highlight of our time spent in the country and possibly of our entire time within Europe. We hiked the Shilthorn, which is a mountain
LEYTE, PHILIPPINES (PART 3): Shore you don't want to come along?
2016 has been a delightful start for nerd kids who were finally out of college. We nailed college, there's no wonder why we've nailed this 4-day adventure in Southern Leyte and Leyte, Philippines as well.
Immerse with History at Tyrol Panorama Museum & Kaiserjagermuseum
An Unexpected Surprise "Never judge a book by its cover." You've probably seen or heard about this popular saying somewhere, and are familiar with its lesson. Why am I saying this? Well, let's
Planting Wine Grapes at the Farm | Loy Bukid
What I do and what I dream include thee, as the wine must taste of its own grapes. — Elizabeth Barrett Browning A tale of war between the sun and rain, of unpredictable weather. Sunshine in the morning,
Cleaning an Overgrown Grass Airstrip - My Therapy #2
Hi Hive, I have ignored the airstrip and hangar for about 6 months and as a result, nature took over. With a fallen fence, tall overgrown grass, and a filthy hangar, the whole place is in dire need of
Architecture Brew #38
Greetings Hive! Hope you had an enjoyable weekend. Here we are again to showcase our weekly curation of celebrated posts from the Architecture+Design community as we collectively pursue elevating architecture
Ayurvedic Architecture and it's evident strength.
I have always been an admirer of my culture's architecture. It's really rich and vivid. Also learning about other's culture is very interesting. Bringing this topic into limelight has a pure purpose of
Last Day at Alegria Dive Resort [Ending My Birthday Celebration Dive]
▶️ Watch on 3Speak Hello everyone! As noted in my previous video, this is the last video of my super extended birthday celebration where we had freediving in Moalboal and Alegria. To recap, the first video
Cebu Road Trip: Lost in Libo Hills
What happens when one gets lost in a rural area without any internet signal? After weeks of isolation getting through our own family's Covid-19 experience and dealing with a sad month of losing a close
Before Anyone Else
Going with the flow has always been my preferred approach to life, and I was never a tick-off-the-boxes kinda person; so there was no sequence of anything throughout my life that I thought I had to follow.
ANJO WORLD: FIRST GET-TOGETHER AMIDST PANDEMIC
What did the pandemic did to us? This pandemic is really draining and a lot of unfortunate things keep on coming every now and then. Every single day we wake up and we feel like we're not who we used to
Getting Down & Dirty Down the Hatch
▶️ Watch on 3Speak Hail to the Hive! This week I have spent mostly crouched in a dirty hole scraping and painting. I can only describe the feeling as kind of like playing the game Twister with a paint
There are a lot of nice towns in the country of Switzerland, but if I had to pick just one to call my favorite then it would have to be Lauterbrunnen, a small town in the Interlaken district in the Canton
Architecture+Design FAQ: Is Architecture Beneficial to the Environment?
Your Humble Participation FAQ is fundamentally an acronym that means Frequently Asked Questions. And with the plethora of human disciplines, endeavors, and interests scattered across the globe, each one
Back to the past and my childhood... When I was a student, my parents never allowed me to go to a summer camp at sea with my classmates. I still don't know if they had really fears for me, or just liked
A Passante In Tamworth, UK
Since relocating back to the UK 6 months ago, this is my 1st participation in #MarketFriday hosted by @dswigle. I love market scenes, and have always enjoyed roaming streets, alone, (main ones and off-beaten
Designing a military city, Williamstown Australia
I'm rehashing some hold pictures, I'm not sure if I have used them on Hive over the years but just Incase giving you a heads up. The British Navy was a dominant force to be challenged back not too far
Inday Clara travels Solo #46 | Banteay Srei - A Temple of Beauty and Grace
Our little exploration at Angkor Thom's Royal Grounds definitely gave us some sweat but one that was really memorable. We actually didn't have any itinerary for our next destination so I suggested to visit