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Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro

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    Getting better series: A year of antidepressants
    For some people, taking anti-depressants is vital to stay well, but there can still be a stigma attached to it (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    This coming autumn will mark my seventh year of taking antidepressants.

    It began when I was 19 and due to start university after an unplanned gap year in which I’d spent all day, every day worrying myself sick that I was a terrible person who was capable of terrible things.

    I had spent almost that entire year locked in a cycle of terror and sadness. I didn’t want my next few years at university to be as dark.

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    #WhatTheFluffChallenge
    Three steps of confusion (Picture: Twitter)

    The internet can be a very blessed place and today is one of those days.

    The hashtag #WhatTheFluffChallenge has been doing the rounds on social media, showing canines at peak confusion.

    Humans have been filming each other holding up giant throws or blankets and hiding behind them in front of their dogs, only to drop the blanket and quickly jump out of the way, usually through a doorway.

    As if they’ve disappeared into thin air.

    As dogs are such wonderful creatures, many of them sit there looking confused as to where their best human has gone, before feeling their spidey senses tingling and trotting around the corner to… Read the full story


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    The face of  cat who’s about to get chipped, bish (Picture: Getty)

    Cat owners in Wales may soon face fines of £500 if they don’t microchip their felines.

    The move was announced by Wales’ environment minister Lesley Griffiths, who said: ‘Animal welfare is a priority for us.’

    Microchipping cats involves implanting a microchip under the cat’s skin between the shoulder blades, so that the animal can be identified if it goes missing.

    All dogs in the UK must be microchipped by law by the time they are eight weeks old, but this is the first time such a law has been announced for cats.

    ‘In Wales, we pride ourselves on having excellent animal welfare… Read the full story


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    Britt stands in a changing room.
    Britt has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and complex regional pain syndrome, known as CRPS. (Picture: Instagram/myelasticheart)

    Britt is a 21-year-old student with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a condition that causes hypermobility – when joints are so flexible they move beyond their usual range of motion, which can cause dislocation and chronic pain.

    As a result of that condition, Britt also experiences complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), a chronic pain condition that makes her knees feel like they’re constantly getting ‘stabbed by a knife that’s on fire’.

    Britt experiences chronic pain and finds everyday activities excruciating. There are many things she loves that she can no longer do out of the… Read the full story


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    How to talk to a woman you don't know
    Sizing him up (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    It takes exactly 15 minutes to get the measure of someone on a first date, according to a study.

    Which sucks when you realise by that time that you’re 100% not down to clown, and have to either make an awkward exit or stay and drink through the pain.

    The study was conducted by dating app Badoo, who carried out the survey via One Poll.

    Researchers identified the top 50 ways daters weigh up their prospective ‘partner in crime’, resulting in a list of the top 50 most annoying things a date can do.

    If you think 50… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Erin Aniker/metro.co.uk)

    Your first kiss isn’t always the tender meeting of lips or cinematic snog you hope it will be.

    Mine was certainly traumatic. I was 11 or 12 and I kissed one of my female friends, who I had a huge crush on. Clearly I was a horrible kisser, because she then told what felt like the whole school that I was a lesbian (but she wasn’t) and I kissed like a washing machine and tasted like cheese.

    In my defence, kissing doesn’t come naturally to everyone on the first try (particularly if they’re trying to imitate the more passionate scenes in Titanic) and cheese sandwiches are delicious.

    I’m definitely not… Read the full story


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    Instagram @panthera_pugs_and_frenchies
    (Picture: Instagram/@panthera_pugs_and_frenchies)

    An Australian dog owner celebrated her pug’s pregnancy and birth with a hilarious photo series.

    Bec Panthera, a 33-year-old registered pug breeder from Sydney, was so excited when she found out her dogs Nala, three, and Simba, four, were expecting.

    To commemorate the pregnancy, she decided to document their leap into pug-parenthood with an adorable album of professional maternity photographs.

    Bec took the photos herself, documenting the hilarious pregnancy announcement, a glamorous maternity photoshoot and a super cute gallery of newborn photos.


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    Free bleeding is a privilege not everyone can afford
    (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Free bleeding has been gaining traction at the forefront of women’s health activism, touted as the cool, radical feminist way to menstruate and to protest.

    But when we’re fighting for untaxed and readily available sanitary products for all women, is discarding them altogether fair?

    Those who chose to free bleed, purposely abstaining from wearing feminine hygiene products during their period, usually do so for two reasons: comfort, and the environment. Most pads and tampons contain plastic and toxins that are harmful to both the body and our planet, so you’d be forgiven for believing that there are no… Read the full story


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    (Credit: Getty, Maison Margiela, Browns, Urban Outfitters)

    Whether you’re going to be poolside, beach-bound or staying home this summer, the humble mesh bag will be your best friend.

    Mesh shoppers and totes are waterproof, quick-drying and best of all, budget friendly.

    They’re mostly made from plastic, making them strong, durable and easy to wipe clean.

    High street versions are a steal at between £10 and £20, although if you’re after a designer offering, you’ll end up paying considerably more.

    Unlike the cloth tote that will get wet and smell of chlorine if you stuff your soggy beach towel in it, the mesh bag is made for carefree holiday use. It will hold your damp… Read the full story


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    Which wrist should you wear a watch on?
    (Pictures: Getty)

    Most people wear their watches on the left wrist, but is wearing yours on the right wrong?

    According to Stephen Charles from Parkers Jewellers, specialists in pre-owned and vintage watches, there’s no definitive answer.

    Stephen tells Metro.co.uk: ‘The most common wrist to wear a watch on would be the left.

    ‘As majority of the population are right-handed, the crown (or winder) of the watch is typically on the right hand side of the case, making it much easier to adjust the settings using your right hand. Hence they’re normally on the left wrist.

    ‘Even if the user is left handed, it’s still easier to adjust… Read the full story


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    Sheik the camel with Rob Heering. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted… <a href=Read the full story

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Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikSheik the camel with Rob Heering. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikSheik the camel. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikStephanie with Sheik when he was a baby. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikSheik pictured with alpaca Humphrey. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikJUST DESERTS - Baby camel who was torn from mother and drugged at a petting zoo is rescued by a caring attorneyJUST DESERTS - Baby camel who was torn from mother and drugged at a petting zoo is rescued by a caring attorneyhattiegladwellmetroSheik the camel with Rob Heering. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikSheik the camel with Rob Heering. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikSheik the camel. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikStephanie with Sheik when he was a baby. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for SheikSheik pictured with alpaca Humphrey. See SWNS story NYCAMEL; A camel is living a carefree life in the countryside after he was rescued from a traveling petting zoo that ripped him away from his mother and injected him with sedatives to keep him calm. Sheik, a three-year-old dromedary camel, was separated his mother five months too early to travel from state to state as part of a regional fair. Rob Heering, 58, spotted the baby camel while visiting the fair in West Palm Beach, Florida, and noticed a petting zoo employee injecting two-month-old Sheik with a syringe. Rob, an attorney, asked if the two-month-old camel was unwell and the employee admitted the syringe contained a sedative to stop Sheik from hiding from visitors at the back of the enclosure. Rob also noticed that the camel was too young to be apart from his mother, as calves typically nurse for between six to nine months. Outraged Rob, who lived in Wellington, Florida, tracked down the company running the fair and demanded they sell him the abused animal in January 2015. Although Rob didn?t have space to home little Sheik, he managed to find a stall for the camel at a local equestrian center where he cared for the animal for three years. In January, Rob and his wife Stephanie Heering, 55, relocated to a farm in her hometown of Richfield, Connecticut, where they specially designed a barn for Sheik

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    Ball pit speed-dating in full swing. (Picture: Zoe May/Metro.co.uk)

    Dating companies are constantly looking for new ways to help us find our dream partner.

    From lock and key parties to naked speed-dating, there’s no shortage of quirky events on the market, particularly not in London.

    So, what’s the latest novel idea? Ball pit speed dating.

    Organized by Date In A Dash, the event was held at Ballie Ballerson, a ball pit bar in Shoreditch. I arrived with a friend to find a retro-looking place lit with UV lights that served drinks like the Maoam Shot and Skittle Sour.

    With two ball pits filled with tipsy excitable adults, it had that vaguely creepy childhood… Read the full story


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    Getting better series: A year of antidepressants
    (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    I have a love/hate relationship with my mental health medication. I take both an antidepressant and an antipsychotic, and I credit them with keeping me alive.

    But while they’re good for my brain, I struggle with the effect they’re having on my body.

    I’ve gone from a slim size 10-12 to a size 16, and have a whole wardrobe full of lovely clothes I can no longer wear. I avoid photos and barely recognise myself in the mirror.

    I’m seriously fatigued, and can sleep for 12 hours a night and still need an afternoon nap.

    My inbuilt thermostat seems to have… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Getty/McDonald’s)

    Besides the fries, the best thing at McDonald’s is definitely the McFlurries.

    And it seems McDonald’s knows this, as they’ve just had a total restructure of their ice cream menu.

    The fast food restaurant has released a load of miniature McFlurries, and they’re the perfect summer treat.

    Launching on 27 June, the teeny ice creams will be available in all main flavours like Cadbury Dairy Milk, Oreo and Cadbury Crunchie.


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    GRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Desiree and Tom with Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week… <a href=Read the full story

    SEI_18272427SEI_18272427lisambowmanGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Desiree and Tom with Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? 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Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wantiPICTURE SHOWS: Natalie and Mason's footprints By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wanting to rule out that they were a symptom of an ectopic pregnancy ??? whePICTURE SHOWS: The coffin Natalie and Mason were buried in By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wanting to rule out that they were a symptom of an ectopic pregGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Desiree with Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason had passed away. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wantinGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Desiree holding Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wantiGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wanting to rule out that they were a symptom ofSEI_18272427SEI_18272427lisambowmanGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Desiree and Tom with Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wantiPICTURE SHOWS: Natalie and Mason's footprints By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wanting to rule out that they were a symptom of an ectopic pregnancy ??? whePICTURE SHOWS: The coffin Natalie and Mason were buried in By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wanting to rule out that they were a symptom of an ectopic pregGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Desiree with Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason had passed away. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wantinGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Desiree holding Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Natalie and Mason. Natalie was stillborn, Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wantiGRAPHIC IMAGE WARNING PICTURE SHOWS: Mason was still alive at this point. By Victoria Burt, Cover Images A young woman has shared on social media photos of her tiny premature babies ??? some of them taken not long after both triplets had passed away, which was just hours after they were born. Natalie Gehrke-Buhrow was stillborn at 20 weeks in May, while her brother Mason gave his parents Desiree Buhrow-Olson and Tom Gehrke just enough time to say hello. Desiree, who lives in Blair, in Wisconsin, America, posted the images of the couple???s babies on Facebook and Instagram less than a week ago ??? some picture Mason when he was still alive, some after both babies had passed ??? and she knows that they could upset some people. But the 21-year-old says that she wanted to show her loved ones her young family ??? no matter how long Natalie, weighing 9.1oz and 9.25in long, and Mason, 9oz and 9.5in, had lived ??? and that writing about them online, helps her cope. She said: ???I loved my babies ??? including our other triplet, their sister Madeline, who died in the womb in February ??? and there are so many other people that cared for them. I wouldn???t have wanted them not being able to see their grand-babies, nieces, nephews.. so I posted the pictures. ???I wrote on Facebook I was going to do it, and said, ???if you don???t want to see them, message me???, but everyone wants to. It???s closure for them. ???I know that the pictures are a little much for some people, but I think they???re still very pretty. I don???t know what I would do without them, and the posts I write too, help me cope.??? Desiree and her boyfriend-of-18-months, Tom, 25, were overjoyed when the pregnancy test they did in mid January read positive, and they were given a due date of 27 September. ???It was our first pregnancy and I was one month pregnant,??? Desiree recalled. ???We were excited.??? Shortly after, Desiree had stomach cramps, and wanting to rule out that they were a symptom of

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    People with vaginas share what they actually want you to do to their clit
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    It’s 2018 and slut shaming is alive and well.

    Curiously though, many of us insist on slut shaming ourselves.

    ‘Oh no, I don’t kiss on the first date,’ many of us hear ourselves say even though we are sat very close to a human face that we would very much like to be even closer to.

    Thing is though – if you’re worried that the other person will judge you for kissing on the first date, then you need to send that person on their horse back to 1908.

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  • Someone made a Parmo on Masterchef (Picture: BBC)

    Anyone who hails from, or has been to Teesside, will have tried or at least know of the Parmo, especially after a night out on the lash.

    The northeast delicacy is a treat for the taste buds, and is so popular that Anthony O’Shaughnessy served it up on Masterchef to judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode with them remarking, ‘it could be the next big thing #chickenparmo.’

    But what is it?

    The Parmo has Italian links through their national dish the Parmigiana.

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    The ‘most liveable’ luxury tiny house is now available to people in the UK for £60,000.

    A 256-square-foot trailer home, which looks spacious inside despite its size, is now on the market.

    It comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, a washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room in the living room flooring and stairway.

    The property features a blue-panelled exterior, a sleek bathroom and a queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the home.


    Most Liveable Tiny HouseMost Liveable Tiny HousehattiegladwellmetroExterior. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comBedroom. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comLiving area. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comLiving area. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comStorage. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comView from above. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comStorage. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comFacing the queen loft. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comShower. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comMost Liveable Tiny HouseMost Liveable Tiny HousehattiegladwellmetroExterior. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comBedroom. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comLiving area. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comLiving area. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comStorage. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comView from above. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comStorage. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comFacing the queen loft. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.comShower. STUNNING pictures and video footage show the inside of this luxurious ???most liveable tiny house??? which could be coming to a neighbourhood near you available now to customers in the UK for ??60K. The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a 32-inch flat screen HD TV, washer/dryer unit and plenty of storage room hidden in the living room flooring and in the stairway. Other striking shots show the blue-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and queen bedroom which sits up a set of stairs above the rest of the property. The Kokosing tiny house is built by Modern Tiny Living who believes its popularity is down its liveable features. Modern Tiny Living / mediadrumworld.com

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    Back of the Lunar Lander house. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the… <a href=Read the full story

    Lunar Lander HouseLunar Lander HousehattiegladwellmetroBack of the Lunar Lander house. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comDining area. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comPanormaic view of the open floor plan property. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comSkylight. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comKitchen. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comKitchen. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comLunar Lander house. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comLunar Lander HouseLunar Lander HousehattiegladwellmetroBack of the Lunar Lander house. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comDining area. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comPanormaic view of the open floor plan property. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comSkylight. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comKitchen. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comKitchen. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.comLunar Lander house. THIS 250-square-foot micro home looks like it could have just returned from outer space after being modelled on a lunar lander from the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969. Incredible images show the hexagon-shaped white hut elevated by three steel beams to sit nine feet above the ground while a staircase provides an entry point. Other stunning shots show the open floor plan interior lit a large geodesic dome skylight while a kitchen occupies a small space near a dining area where a window overlooks the river and hillside. Architect Kurt Hughes modelled the small home, located on the banks of the Columbia river, on the iconic spacecraft used in the first moon landing. Kurt Hughes / mediadrumworld.com

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    Credit: James Villas/Villas Worldwide/Villas du Monde/CreteVillas4u
    Caption: Credit: James Villas/Villas Worldwide/Villas du Monde/CreteVillas4u

    These drool-worthy European villas with amazing pools might be out of our price range, but we can dream.

    With summer upon us and Instagram full of fire bikini pics, bright blue skies and ‘Not a bad view from the office’ captions (those are never funny, stop it, Sarah), it’s tempting to sit at your desk scrolling through holiday villas instead of actually working.

    Unsurprisingly, one of the most popular searches is for holiday destinations with infinity pools, because they look utterly sensational on the ‘Gram.

    According to CV Villas, there are over 12,000 Google searches for hotels and villas with infinity… Read the full story


    The most breathtaking infinity pools in EuropeThe most breathtaking infinity pools in EuropehpwilliamsonCredit: James Villas/Villas Worldwide/Villas du Monde/CreteVillas4uVilla Elies is a luxury 5-star hotel set 3.8 km from Acropolis of Lindos and 22 km from Seven Springs. The proximity to Village of Lindos is a perk for the guests staying at Villa Elies. Credit: Rhodes Hotels Collection Source: http://villa-elies-pefki.hotels-in-rhodes-greece.com/en/ Also seen: https://www.infinitypools.holiday/villa/elies-villa-greece/Villa Elies is a luxury 5-star hotel set 3.8 km from Acropolis of Lindos and 22 km from Seven Springs. The proximity to Village of Lindos is a perk for the guests staying at Villa Elies. Credit: Rhodes Hotels Collection Source: http://villa-elies-pefki.hotels-in-rhodes-greece.com/en/ Also seen: https://www.infinitypools.holiday/villa/elies-villa-greece/Presidential Spa Villa (Elounda), Greece Credit: James VillasPresidential Spa Villa (Elounda), Greece Credit: James VillasSPV898-VE323 - LA VILLA Superb luxurious villa situated in the Douro Valley in the north-west of Portugal, near the town of Pinhao, directly inland from Porto. Built recently, in 2015, with a combination of local stone and modern materials, the pool clings onto the mountainside and with an overflow gives the sensation of being infinite. Inside there is a Jacuzzi, satellite television, wifi internet and air conditioning. Credit: Villas Worldwide/Villas du Monde https://www.world-villa.co.uk/portugal-villas/costa-verde-villas/la-villa-6175-en-v.htmlSPV898-VE323 - LA VILLA Superb luxurious villa situated in the Douro Valley in the north-west of Portugal, near the town of Pinhao, directly inland from Porto. Built recently, in 2015, with a combination of local stone and modern materials, the pool clings onto the mountainside and with an overflow gives the sensation of being infinite. Inside there is a Jacuzzi, satellite television, wifi internet and air conditioning. Credit: Villas Worldwide/Villas du Monde https://www.world-villa.co.uk/portugal-villas/costa-verde-villas/la-villa-6175-en-v.htmlV51 - ST PAUL DE VENCE Superb luxury villa with private tennis court and infinity swimming pool set in large peaceful grounds. Comprised of the main house and a separate studio all taken together. Very well located just 2km from the centre of the beautiful hilltop village of Saint-Paul de Vence, a big favourite with many of the French acting fraternity. Beach 15km. Golf 20km. Nice airport 30km. Credit: Villas Worldwide / Villas du Monde https://www.world-villa.co.uk/france-villas/french-riviera-cote-d-azur-villas/st-paul-de-vence-4374-en-v.htmlV51 - ST PAUL DE VENCE Superb luxury villa with private tennis court and infinity swimming pool set in large peaceful grounds. Comprised of the main house and a separate studio all taken together. Very well located just 2km from the centre of the beautiful hilltop village of Saint-Paul de Vence, a big favourite with many of the French acting fraternity. Beach 15km. Golf 20km. Nice airport 30km. Credit: Villas Worldwide / Villas du Monde https://www.world-villa.co.uk/france-villas/french-riviera-cote-d-azur-villas/st-paul-de-vence-4374-en-v.htmlLuxury 4 Bedroom Vacation Villa Kyma with Sea Views at Tersanas Credit: CreteVillas4u Source: https://www.cretevillas4u.com/en/Crete/Chania/Kyma Also seen at: https://www.infinitypools.holiday/villa/kyma-horafakia-kafkala-crete/Luxury 4 Bedroom Vacation Villa Kyma with Sea Views at Tersanas Credit: CreteVillas4u Source: https://www.cretevillas4u.com/en/Crete/Chania/Kyma Also seen at: https://www.infinitypools.holiday/villa/kyma-horafakia-kafkala-crete/The most breathtaking infinity pools in EuropeThe most breathtaking infinity pools in EuropehpwilliamsonCredit: James Villas/Villas Worldwide/Villas du Monde/CreteVillas4uVilla Elies is a luxury 5-star hotel set 3.8 km from Acropolis of Lindos and 22 km from Seven Springs. The proximity to Village of Lindos is a perk for the guests staying at Villa Elies. Credit: Rhodes Hotels Collection Source: http://villa-elies-pefki.hotels-in-rhodes-greece.com/en/ Also seen: https://www.infinitypools.holiday/villa/elies-villa-greece/Villa Elies is a luxury 5-star hotel set 3.8 km from Acropolis of Lindos and 22 km from Seven Springs. The proximity to Village of Lindos is a perk for the guests staying at Villa Elies. Credit: Rhodes Hotels Collection Source: http://villa-elies-pefki.hotels-in-rhodes-greece.com/en/ Also seen: https://www.infinitypools.holiday/villa/elies-villa-greece/Presidential Spa Villa (Elounda), Greece Credit: James VillasPresidential Spa Villa (Elounda), Greece Credit: James VillasSPV898-VE323 - LA VILLA Superb luxurious villa situated in the Douro Valley in the north-west of Portugal, near the town of Pinhao, directly inland from Porto. Built recently, in 2015, with a combination of local stone and modern materials, the pool clings onto the mountainside and with an overflow gives the sensation of being infinite. Inside there is a Jacuzzi, satellite television, wifi internet and air conditioning. Credit: Villas Worldwide/Villas du Monde https://www.world-villa.co.uk/portugal-villas/costa-verde-villas/la-villa-6175-en-v.htmlSPV898-VE323 - LA VILLA Superb luxurious villa situated in the Douro Valley in the north-west of Portugal, near the town of Pinhao, directly inland from Porto. Built recently, in 2015, with a combination of local stone and modern materials, the pool clings onto the mountainside and with an overflow gives the sensation of being infinite. Inside there is a Jacuzzi, satellite television, wifi internet and air conditioning. Credit: Villas Worldwide/Villas du Monde https://www.world-villa.co.uk/portugal-villas/costa-verde-villas/la-villa-6175-en-v.htmlV51 - ST PAUL DE VENCE Superb luxury villa with private tennis court and infinity swimming pool set in large peaceful grounds. Comprised of the main house and a separate studio all taken together. Very well located just 2km from the centre of the beautiful hilltop village of Saint-Paul de Vence, a big favourite with many of the French acting fraternity. Beach 15km. Golf 20km. Nice airport 30km. Credit: Villas Worldwide / Villas du Monde https://www.world-villa.co.uk/france-villas/french-riviera-cote-d-azur-villas/st-paul-de-vence-4374-en-v.htmlV51 - ST PAUL DE VENCE Superb luxury villa with private tennis court and infinity swimming pool set in large peaceful grounds. Comprised of the main house and a separate studio all taken together. Very well located just 2km from the centre of the beautiful hilltop village of Saint-Paul de Vence, a big favourite with many of the French acting fraternity. Beach 15km. Golf 20km. Nice airport 30km. Credit: Villas Worldwide / Villas du Monde https://www.world-villa.co.uk/france-villas/french-riviera-cote-d-azur-villas/st-paul-de-vence-4374-en-v.htmlLuxury 4 Bedroom Vacation Villa Kyma with Sea Views at Tersanas Credit: CreteVillas4u Source: https://www.cretevillas4u.com/en/Crete/Chania/Kyma Also seen at: https://www.infinitypools.holiday/villa/kyma-horafakia-kafkala-crete/Luxury 4 Bedroom Vacation Villa Kyma with Sea Views at Tersanas Credit: CreteVillas4u Source: https://www.cretevillas4u.com/en/Crete/Chania/Kyma Also seen at: https://www.infinitypools.holiday/villa/kyma-horafakia-kafkala-crete/

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