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Cotton On in Hastings, Hawke’s Bay 4122 Phone number, hours, locations, map

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The Fabric Store has 8 store locations across New Zealand & Australia.

All orders placed online – thefabricstoreonline.com, are processed and dispatched from our Auckland based HQ which has a separate selection of stock to our store locations. If you are based in Australia or New Zealand we advise customers to instead place a mail-order through your nearest store when possible.

Call & Collect is available from all our store locations below.
Please note, click and collect is not available for online orders.

To place a mail order through your local store — Email the store directly with your: 1. Full name 2. Phone number 3. Postal address (if delivery is required) 4. Details of what you would like to purchase. A staff member will then check availability of stock and then call you to confirm the order and to take payment!

139 Newton Road
Newton, Auckland 1010
Ph: (09) 366 1991
[email protected] co.nz

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10.00am – 4:00pm

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15 Garrett Street
Te Aro, Wellington 6011
Ph: (04) 801 8887
[email protected]

Opening Hours
Monday – Thursday: 10.00am – 5:00pm
Friday: 10.00am – 5:30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10.00am – 4:00pm

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Shop 46, The Tannery
3 Garlands Road, Woolston 8023
Ph: (03) 381 5558
[email protected]

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10.00am – 5:00pm

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86 Lower Stuart Street
Dunedin 9016
Ph: (03) 477 2000
[email protected]

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 4:00pm

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38 Wandoo Street
Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006
Ph: +617 3852 55 80
[email protected] com.au

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 4:00pm

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21 Cooper Street
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Ph: +612 9211 22 17
[email protected]

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 4:00pm

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184 Brunswick Street
Fitzroy, VIC 3065
Ph: +613 9416 44 55
[email protected]

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 9:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 4:00pm

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1/145 Franklin Street
Adelaide, SA 5000
Ph: +618 8317 20 66
[email protected]

Opening Hours from Sat 2nd March 2019
Monday – Friday: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday: closed

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Reverse engineering retail – Wallace Cotton and the rewards of doing things differently :: Hayes Knight

By Hayes Knight – 15 October 2015

E-commerce is big business.

Just ask online-only retailers like Amazon, beauty products supplier Strawberrynet, and fashion marketplace ASOS. With everyone shopping online, retailers that don’t supplement their bricks-and-mortar stores with an e-commerce offering risk getting left behind.

But one Kiwi company is successfully bucking that trend. Wallace Cotton is a bed linen, clothing and homewares brand launched in 2006 by Paula and Bill Wallace. It began as an e-commerce site with a mail order catalogue distributed to a few hundred friends and family. A decade later, Wallace Cotton has a nationwide presence and is poised to open its eighth store, with a ninth in the pipeline.

“We were early adopters of e-commerce; online shopping was in its infancy in 2006,” says Bill. “We’ve moved in the opposite direction to many retailers who had the bricks-and-mortar presence first. From day one, we focused on building a quality database of customers. Prior to this business, we designed and supplied bed linen to some major retail chains that started as mail-order, database companies, so we learnt how they did things. We knew that knowing our customers was vital to marketing to them effectively.”

So why expand into traditional retail when others were moving online? Bill says customers began asking where they could see and feel the Wallace Cotton range. Six months after the first catalogue, Bill and Paula opened a tiny store in Birkenhead. The business grew steadily thanks to word of mouth and targeted magazine advertising. A year later, the pair doubled the size of their first store and, in 2009, took a short-term lease on a store in Newmarket to test the retail waters in the busy shopping district.

“Opening the Newmarket store coincided with the start of the GFC, but we did well and our confidence grew,” says Bill. “We’ve since renewed the lease twice and Newmarket remains our highest grossing store.”

Wallace Cotton now has branches in Wellington, Takapuna, Ponsonby, Napier, Albany and Cambridge, and a nationwide presence in homewares stores from Tauranga to Invercargill. Bill says the opening of Wallace Cotton’s Ponsonby Central store in 2012 illustrated how its physical stores could become marketing tools.

“It’s a very high-profile location and we saw a significant jump in brand recognition as a result. A lot of people said they didn’t realise we even had physical stores.”

The company’s eighth store, soon to open at the new Northwest shopping centre, is a chance to test a mall location and introduce the brand to a new shopping demographic.

“When we open in a new location, we already have online customers in that area,” Bill comments. “We survey our customers regularly and they always request more stores closer to where they are. That’s why we opened in Napier last year – we knew we had a strong customer base in the Hawke’s Bay. Again with Cambridge, we have a large Waikato customer base.”

As more retail stores open, the online proportion of Wallace Cotton’s total sales is dropping, but e-commerce currently accounts for around 23%.

“The web is still an important part of our future growth. These days, retailers need to be where their customers want them to be – whether that’s online, mobile, or social media. It’s a constantly changing landscape, and meeting customers’ changing expectations is one of the challenges,” explains Bill.

However, he believes that as long as they remain relevant and provide an experience customers can’t get online, retail stores will continue to play an important role. “They need to inspire and delight,” he says.

“There’s evidence in the last 12 months of pure-play online retailers moving to open physical stores as well. The web is great but if you order something and you’re not completely sure about the colour, fit, or texture, you have to go through the process of returning it,” Bill explains. “Our stores and website work hand in hand. They support each other. Customers might research online and come into the store and purchase, or vice versa.”

Hayes Knight Director Tristan Dean has overseen Wallace Cotton’s accounting and advisory needs (including compliance, tax minimisation, structuring, asset protection, cashflow and growth management) since 2010. He says the Wallace Cotton story illustrates the benefits of planning for and managing growth.

“They’ve had some really impressive expansion and haven’t been afraid to take a counter-cyclical approach. But they’ve done it in a methodical, well thought-out way,” says Tristan. “They want to grow and increase their stock and product lines, but you need cash to do that. We’ve been advising them on efficient ways to structure their debt, getting maximum tax benefits out of their borrowings, and making sure they’re always aware of and planning for the cash implications of their growth.”

Wallace Cotton has considered opening physical stores in Australia where it also has online customers. But the challenging and competitive retail environment has made them wary.

“That doesn’t mean we don’t have international aspirations,” Bill comments. “We’re currently investigating an opportunity to distribute our range in China where there’s growing demand for international-branded product. And in the medium to long term we’d like to replicate our business model, maybe in the UK.”

Wallace Cotton Directors Bill and Paula Wallace

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In New Zealand, it is necessary to photograph the harsh fjords of New Zealand, with ice caps, catapulting thermal geysers, extinct and active volcanoes, to meet with the melodies and dances of the Maori people.

The indigenous people of New Zealand Maori call their land –

“Aotearoa” ,

which means the country of the long white cloud!

Our tour with the elements of active tourism, hiking in the national parks, familiarity with the unique natural and biological diversity, walking tours of Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown, Rotorua, Auckland, Wellington

is strongly recommended to read the full version of our tour of New Zealand!

Itinerary:

1 day – 06.12.2018 Thursday

Flight of the main group from the Arustralia tour to New Zealand. Arrive in Auckland in the evening. Transfer to the hotel. Tourists who ordered only a 12-day tour of New Zealand from 06 to 17 December 2018, upon arrival in Auckland, independently get to the hotel. Accommodation at the hotel for such tourists 6/12/18 after 13.30. Evening gathering group at 19.30 in the hotel lobby. Free time. Recreation. The first night in Auckland. The Auckland sightseeing program will be organized on our last sightseeing day in New Zealand 16.12.18 years.

Day 2 – 12/07/2018, Friday

Morning departure from Auckland. In a little over two hours, we arrive at the Waitomo caves. Hike through the caves. Then, we head to the village of the Hobbits (1.5 hours on the way). It was here that New Zealand director Peter Jackson shot his famous films. Then we go to Rotorua (transfer about 1 hour) – a unique thermal resort. Here we are accommodated at the hotel. Visiting thermal complexes (paid additionally, independently).Overnight in Rotorua.

3rd day – 08.12.2018, Saturday

Early departure from the hotel. Maori village. Geysers and mud volcanoes. Visit to the natural parks of the Waimangu Valley. Cross-country hiking tours lasting from 30 minutes to 1.5-2 hours. Lake Taupo and Tongariro National Park. Walk in a geological park with solidified lava, gas fumaroles, thermal lakes. Then drive to Napier (about 2.5 hours). Hotel accommodation. Independent walks in Naper, if you have enough strength, after climbing volcanoes.Overnight in Napier.

4th day – 09.12.2018, Sunday

In the morning we go for a tasting of New Zealand wine. Then, transfer to the capital of the country – Wellington (travel time about 4 hours). On the way, visit the park of endemic birds, where you will be lucky enough to see not only the night kiwi, but also the unique albino kiwi! A short hike in the park (45-50 minutes). After a lunch break, we continue to move to the capital of the country – Wellington. Upon arrival, the first bus and walking tour of the city.Then, check-in at the hotel. Free time. Recreation. First night in Wellington.

5th day – 10. 12.2018, Monday

Sightseeing walking tour of Wellington. Walking around the city. Visit to the Te Papa Tongareva Museum of New Zealand. Free time. Time for lunch. Afternoon drive to Marina Drive. Colonies of penguins, sea bays, geological monuments of fossils – the multimillion-dollar history of our Earth. Return to Wellington in the evening.Second night at a hotel in Wellington.

6th day – 11.12.2018, Tuesday

Early morning ferry transfer to South Island Wellington – Picton (journey time 3 hours). Transfer from Picton to Paparoa (about 4 hours, with a break at Lake Nelson). Transfer to Greymouth (about 1 hour). Hotel in Gremut.

7 day – 12.12.2018, Wednesday

Departure from Greymouth and drive to Christchurch via the Southern Alps mountain range (about 4.5 hours).Two hikes. The first to the waterfall “Devil’s Cup”, the second – to the geological park “Glade of Giants”, where one of the episodes of “The Lord of the Rings” was filmed. Arrival at Christchurch. Hotel accommodation. Brief rest. Evening walk around the city. Free time. Overnight at Christchuptch.

Day 8 – 12/13/2018, Thursday

Early departure from Christchurch. We are heading to Dunedin. Travel time is about 4.5 hours, of course, with stops, walks, photo pauses, visits to natural parks, unique natural objects.Stop at Timaru. Walk, lunch time. Walk in a natural park with large stone balls created by nature millions of years ago. Arrival in Dunedin in the evening. The most important attraction today is a visit to the reserve on the Otago Peninsula, where yellow-eyed penguins nest. Return to Dunedin. Hotel accommodation. Sightseeing evening walk around the city. Overnight in Dunedin.

9 day – 12/14/2018, Friday

In the morning, transfer from Dunedin to Te Anau (6.5 hours).The fossilized remains of the trunks of the Jurassic trees that have grown on Earth more than 160 million, contemporaries of dinosaurs, marvelous waterfalls, golden beaches and motley fauna and flora will be the main objects of our tourist day. We will go to admire the sea lions basking on the sandbanks, visit the Purakanui waterfall, where water falls in ledges from a height of more than 20 meters in the rainforest, have lunch at a tourist base, take pictures on the many kilometers of ocean beaches, drive through the southernmost city of New Zealand – Invercargill.Mountain passes and ridges. Lakes and waterfalls. Hiking tours (about 2 hours long). In the evening, check into a hotel in Te Anau.

10 day – 12/15/2018, Saturday

Drive to Milford Sound fjord (2 hours on the way). Boat trip. Do not forget the remedies for midges and mosquitoes, here they are special and unique, therefore they are listed in the Red Book of Nature and are protected. Arrival in Queenstown in the evening. Self-guided tour of the city. Hotel accommodation.Recreation. Overnight in Queenstown.

11 days – 16.12.2018, Sunday

Early in the morning we leave for the airport. Flight from Queenstown to Auckland (about 2 hours in flight). Upon arrival in Auckland, a large sightseeing bus-walking tour of the city. In the afternoon, accommodation at the hotel. Recreation. Free time. Overnight in Auckland.

12 day – 12/17/2018, Monday

Departure home from Auckland.

Tour price includes:

Accommodation in 3 *** – 4 **** hotels with breakfast, in provincial hotels using the B&B system, one domestic flight from Queenstown to Auckland (flight time about 2 hours), sea ferry between Wellington and Picton, walk by boat in Milfjord, entrance fees to national parks and museums as indicated in the full tour description.Travel around the islands by bus. Visits to the thermal baths in Rotorua are paid for. The price does not include an entry visa to New Zealand – opens if necessary. For tourists going on a full tour of Australia and New Zealand, the presence of an Australian visa gives the right to visit New Zealand. The price does not include tips for bus drivers, accompanying instructors when visiting natural parks and is 2-3 NZ $ from each tourist for 1 day of the tour. Buses will vary depending on the region.The group is completed 60 days before the start of the tour. With late booking and ordering, an increase in the price of the tour is possible, the surcharge is associated with a change in prices for domestic air tickets.

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When and where to arrive?

For tourists participating in a combined tour of Australia and New Zealand, 06.12.18 – flight from Cairns to New Zealand (about 4.5 hours) – Auckland. Evening transfer to the hotel. Hotel accommodation.Recreation. Attention New Zealand has its own time zones, other than Australian ones (2 hours difference). For tourists arriving only on the New Zealand tour from 06.12 to 17.12.18 – arrival at Auckland airport. Transfer from the airport to the hotel is independent. Accommodation at the hotel after 13.30. Time for rest and adaptation. Gathering of the group at 19.30 in the hotel lobby. Tour ends on 12/17/18 at Auckland Airport at 12:00. Transfer from your hotel in Auckland to the airport at 11.30. Plan the return flights from 14.00.

Attention!

It is strictly forbidden to import animal or vegetable products (meat, sausages, cheeses, vegetables and fruits) into New Zealand !!!! The imported food is not only confiscated, but the owners themselves are subject to a large fine or imprisonment of 5 years! The total value of gifts imported into the country cannot exceed 700 NZ $ (New Zealand dollars), then import duties are paid.Departures from New Zealand airports are subject to a tax of NZ $ 25 or more. In addition, the New Zealand airline is very strict about the weight of its passengers’ luggage. The allowable baggage allowance is exactly 23 kg (even an extra half a kilo is taxed with incredible taxes). As for carry-on luggage, there should be exactly 7 kg, small volume (special control on dimensions is carried out) and get ready for constant weighing and control of seven-kilogram carry-on luggage! Each country has its own troubles!

How to change money?

New Zealand currency – dollars (NZ $). One dollar is divided into 100 cents. The banknotes depict the Queen of England and the great figures of New Zealand, for example, the 5 dollar bill depicts Sir Edmund Hillary, the first conqueror of Everest. On the coins are birds, animals and plants, as well as ships and ornaments, symbols of Maori culture. The banking system is similar to the English or European one. There are no restrictions on the import of foreign currency. In banks, you can both change and withdraw money from your card. ATMs are installed everywhere (even in national parks), so there are no problems with withdrawing money.There is only a daily withdrawal limit determined by your bank. Upon arrival, we advise you to change your money at Auckland Airport. Most establishments accept credit cards.

How to dress?

The beginning of December, in the southern hemisphere, corresponds to our beginning of summer! New Zealand’s climate can be summed up in one word – changeable! Since we will be moving in several regions of the country, then the clothes must be appropriate. The tour starts in Auckland on the North Island (a transition zone from subtropics to temperate climates). It is hot here in the afternoon and warm in the evening. South island with a temperate climate. And the south of the South Island is even chilly with fogs, winds and precipitation. The entire territory of New Zealand is strongly influenced by the okena. Therefore, the weather here can change several times a day! The sun can hide behind a rain cloud, with a cool breeze. In 30 minutes it can look out again and the surrounding air will be reddened by the scorching summer sun.So we dress according to the principle of “cabbage”. Always have a warm sweater or jacket, trousers and warm socks with you. Hot – removed, cold – dressed. In addition, we cross several mountain passes and plateaus, which means high mountains up to 1500 – 2000 meters with cool temperatures (of course, there will be no frosts, since it is summer, but there may be winds and fogs!). In the afternoon, on the North Island it can be + 25 + 30`C, in the evening + 15 + 18`C. In the afternoon – shorts, T-shirts with short sleeves. Jackets, sweaters, long sleeves and trousers for the evening.Our next region is the south of the South Island. These are hills and inner plateaus, and there it is always warm during the day + 18 + 21`C and it rains from time to time. At night + 10 + 12`C. When visiting thermal pools, of course, swimwear, shorts, T-shirts, beach towels. Sun hats. Hiking clothes should be comfortable, touristy and not too revealing. Best of all cotton, with long sleeves and trousers that “turn” into shorts.

How to put on shoes?

For hiking in forests and mountains, we recommend having soft, comfortable, always closed, sports shoes.The tour includes mountain hikes and visits to natural parks, which means that there will be rough terrain, descents and ascents, although these hikes will not be long and exhausting, rather they will be like easy promenade walks. Have removable shoes. For bathing in thermal pools – bathing slippers (you can also use light bathrobes and bathing caps). In the evening, for walking around the cities and restaurants – evening shoes, we create a holiday for ourselves!

What to take, what to do?

Smoking in New Zealand is prohibited in many public places, nature reserves and certain urban areas (albeit in order not to infringe on the rights of smokers – there are special smoking areas).Cigarettes are quite expensive. During the tour you may need sun and tanning creams and sunglasses. Here, as well as in Australia, the sun is considered very “aggressive”. Personal hygiene and disinfection products, as mosquitoes and mosquitoes may be present in the interior island areas. Mosquito and mosquito repellent (we will especially need them when visiting the New Zealand fjords). Water flasks for hiking. The British system of measures and weights operates here – miles, pints, pounds, feet, gallons, inches … The main thing is sockets and plugs with three pins (English system).Take care of the adapters!

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New Zealand> Whangarei>
Lupton Lodge Whangarei
Luxurious boutique historic villa redesigned for privacy and relaxation.Set in a dry stone walled garden with a swimming pool, numerous guest facilities and free Wi-Fi internet access. Guest lounge with pool table, library, guest PC and DVD collection. Private dining room with separate tables that open onto a covered veranda. Gourmet includes breakfast and restaurant-style dinner menus available by appointment. Each superior en suite room has individual style and character, modern uncomplicated decor, comfortable beds, 100% cotton linens, bathrobes, tea / coffee, TV / DVD.Rooms are spacious yet intimate with richly colored walls, high ceilings, sash windows and Kaeri’s polished floors. Conveniently located just 10 mins drive northeast of downtown and 10 mins of Whangarei with the impressive Tacekaka coastline, 5 mins from Whangarei Falls, 1 hour to Bay of Islands. Enjoy the many local activities, or just sit and relax in the silence of Lupton Lodge. 2 hours North Auckland is the perfect solution for exploring Northland and as your first / last stop in New Zealand.Poor knights diving or snorkeling trips, Zion Wildlife Gardens tours, Bay Islands cruises and restaurant reservations can be arranged by your many traveled hosts.


New Zealand> Wellington>
Bolton Hotel Wellington (The)
Qualmark rated 5 stars The Bolton Hotel opened in 2005 and is a modern and luxurious hotel ideally located in the heart of central Wellington. Bolton is adjacent to the historic Bolton Memorial Park, which is part of the lush surroundings of the Botanical Gardens.The hotel also has Wellington’s CBD literally on its doorstep with parliament and government buildings just a short walk away. The city’s main shopping districts, Lambton Quay are a five minute walk, and the entertainment district is a short taxi ride away. The Bolton Hotel is a contemporary international style offering its guests a wide range of services and amenities. 142 modern and spacious apartments and studios provide comfort and convenience for guests. The Soup Restaurant at Bolton offers cuisine using the very best New Zealand crafted by award-winning chefs.And the lobby of Cafe Brioche is ideal for listening to coffee and light meals.


New Zealand> Wanaka>
Maple Lodge Wanaka
Maple Lodge is the ideal destination for travelers looking for luxury. It is conveniently located on Lake Wanaka with its many attractions, activities and restaurants, and just 25 minutes from Cardrona, Treble Kon, Snow and Snow Park Farm Winter Sports Areas. Our comfortable guest suites are equipped with telephones, hi-fi internet access and air conditioning.Each one has a supreme comfortable bed (King, Superking or Twins are), luxury linens, bathrobes, tea and coffee making facilities and a luxurious bathroom with heated floors, fog-dispelling mirrors, and walk-in showers. All have private patios or balconies overlooking 7 acres of gardens and magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. Relax in your private space and enjoy the peace, comfort and benefits of our boutique accommodation. Evening aperitifs are served in the guest’s private lounge over an open fire. DVD reviews, satellite TV, library is also available here.Enjoy the convenience of free hi-speed Wi-Fi internet access, a guest PC, hot tub, ski and drying room and transportation at local restaurants. Experience our welcoming hospitality: personal service, cooked and continental breakfast, homemade cakes, afternoon tea and an evening aperitif featuring local wines. Use our local knowledge to help you plan your day in your Wanaka and surrounding areas. Stay at Maple Lodge and experience the luxury of your home away from home.


New Zealand> Blenheim>
Peppertree Luxury Accommodation Blenheim
A luxurious 5-star hotel in the heart of the Marlborough wine growing area. Peppertree is located in the middle of a vast country garden with boutique vineyards and olive groves. Choose from five spacious suites, each reflecting a different character. Each room has its own bathroom. Two rooms overlook a private garden at Peppertree. Your Peppertree days begin with a delicious breakfast served in the dining room or on the veranda.RG


New Zealand> Queenstown>
Oaks Club Resort Queenstown
Opening in December 2007, the new Oaks Club Resort is a luxury style aparthotel conveniently located on Frankton Road, New Zealand’s main road to picturesque Queenstown. Each spacious apartment is beautifully appointed and opens to balconies allowing guests to enjoy a waterfront position with unobstructed views across the magnificent Waikatipu Lakes to Cecil Peak and the remarkable mountains.Accommodation includes hotel rooms, two and three bedrooms, (rooms with tea and coffee), most with fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities, under floor heating, double glazed windows and all apartments have Sky TV. Hotel features include, sauna, fully equipped gym, secure underground car park, tour table reservations, ski drying room, barbecue areas and small lounges.


New Zealand> Auckland>
Westin Auckland Lighter Quay (The)
In downtown Auckland and overlooking Wayadact Harbor, Auckland The Westin Lighter Waterfront celebrates its waterfront location with a panoramic marina and spacious promenades that take you to the bustling restaurant and shopping areas nearby.For the convenience of our guests, we are a 100% non-smoking hotel.


New Zealand> Queenstown>
The Spire Hotel Queenstown
The Spire Queenstown is an award-winning boutique hotel with a lot of personality, wrapped in an atmosphere of sophistication and attention to detail. With just 10 carefully designed rooms and private meeting / conference facilities, the Spire is a cocktail of style, connection and personality. Unique standards of service to satisfy the most sophisticated travelers.


New Zealand> Rotorua>
Lodge At 199 Rotorua
Situated on the shores of the beautiful Lake Tarauera in the heart of New Zealand’s renowned thermal area, Lodge 199 is one of the newest 5 star luxury Lodges in Rotorua. An outstanding, welcoming haven where guests will enjoy high standards of comfort and award-winning hospitality. Warm, intimate, calm – an extraordinary holiday experience.


New Zealand> Auckland>
Quay West Suites Auckland
Quay West Suites Auckland is designed for guests to enjoy the convenience and freedom of a luxury suite with the amenities and services of a 5-star hotel.The hotel is very well located for business and leisure travelers, in the heart of Auckland’s Central Business District, with suites with panoramic views of Auckland City and Waitemata Harbor. All non-smoking rooms at this hotel are very strict no party policy. “


New Zealand> Queenstown>
Nugget Point Boutique Hotel
Beautiful Nugget Point is nestled between the Shotover River and the majestic Coronet Peak, boasting fantastic views. Just a short drive from town (8 minutes), at Nugget Point you are close enough to be in action, but far enough away to feel at the other end of the world! Facilities / Activities at Nugget Point include: tennis, outdoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, fully equipped gym, restaurant and bar.We can organize a variety of activities for guests from the front desk, including: jet boating, hang gliding, point gliding, Milford / Sound questionable excursions, drop-off and helicopter tours, horseback riding, and many more!


New Zealand> Bay of Islands>
Paihia Beach Resort & Spa Bay of Islands
Style, innovation and design, Paihia Beach Resort & Spa unveiled its multi-million dollar refurbishment in September 2008, after 6 months’ closure.The ultra chic rooms have been completely refurbished and, together with panoramic views of the island’s bay, boast superior entertainment centers, large flat-screen TVs, stereo systems and French oak planks. An extended suite of private guest patios provide private in-room massage and outdoor in rooms. The new pool deck hosts the resort’s hip al fresco serene day beds and access to the resorts completely refurbished and expanded by the award-winning spa resort La Naturale and the Flavors Pure Restaurant.


New Zealand> Christchurch>
Millennium Hotel Christchurch
Millennium Hotel Christchurch is a luxurious, elegant hotel located in the picturesque and iconic Cathedral Square, opposite Christchurch Cathedral, in the heart of the city, and everything from the Central Business District has to offer attractions, shopping and entertainment. Recently refurbished (late 2006) room accommodations reflect classic, elegant style in keeping with the Hotels’ proven track record.You can choose from standard rooms and premium and suite, which offer private bathroom, minibar, refrigerator, color TV, cinema, voicemail, broadband, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, tea and coffee making facilities, and air conditioning. The hotel also features an excellent fully equipped gymnasium and sauna, as well as valet parking, 24 hour room service and guest computers. Hotel guests also have the opportunity to enjoy one of the best restaurants in Christchurchs to experience the award-winning PikoPiko Restaurant, specializing in modern New Zealand cuisine, as well as offering the finest selection of quality New Zealand wines.Along with the PikoPiko Restaurant, the Millennium Lounge rounds off the guest by offering a relaxed lounge bar setting, an outdoor area that sits in Cathedral Square itself, ideal for all-day dining menus, tapas menus and a wide selection of wines.


New Zealand> Christchurch>
Classic Villa (The) Christchurch
This luxury hotel is located in the most desirable location in Christchurch on 17 Worcester Boulevard. Situated directly opposite the Arts Center and Christchurch Court Theater, the hotel is just steps from the Christchurch Art Gallery, Christchurch Museum, Christchurch’s world famous Botanical Gardens, Avon River, Cathedral Square, golf courses, trams, Central City shops, cafes and restaurants.We offer the finest in hospitality, ideal for the corporate businessman, luxury breaks, special events, weddings, whatever you desire.


New Zealand> Queenstown>
Hotel St Moritz – MGallery Collection
Superbly located in a picturesque mountain lake within walking distance of Queenstown attractions, Hotel St Moritz, Queenstown – member of the MGallery Collection is a unique place of majestic beauty and legendary experiences. Refurbished with chic design, the hotel embodies the spirit of its alpine surroundings.Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views, Hotel St. Moritz features 142 rooms and suites, as well as a Lombardi dining room, bar, den, library, indulgent hot tub garden and sports winner of the prestigious Distinction Award (NZ Tourism Awards) it’s no surprise. St. Moritz is considered one of the finest hotels in Queenstown.


New Zealand> Wanganui>
Anndion Lodge Wanganui
Proud winners of the 2008 Wanganui Business Awards “Innovation Awards” …….. Experience Unique Hospitality Anndion Lodge is renowned for its varied accommodation options and rooms making it more of a resort destination than just a bed for the night…….. the lodge offers inexpensive but superior accommodations for business or pleasure, from the luxurious pool apartment and the elegant Riverview Suite (new 08), 2 bedroom (new 09) to double and single rooms all serviced daily. ……. Free High Speed ​​and Wireless Internet, Salt Water Pool, Large Outdoor Spa, Infrared Sauna, Backyard BBQ …….. Lonely Planet “Choice” on Accommodation 2009. – “Unusually luxurious, it feels itself more like a small hotel “(rough guide).- “It’s more expensive than the average hostel, but well worth it” (Lonely Planet).


New Zealand> Auckland>
SKYCITY Grand Hotel Auckland
is a highly rated 5 star Qualmark hotel located in the heart of downtown Auckland. It is an oasis of luxury and tranquility. Offer a lap pool, gym, spa pool, sauna and solarium all for extra indulgence. And for those who understand the importance of exclusivity, the club floor offers an even higher level of convenience.Adjacent is the Auckland SkyCity entertainment complex, offering a variety of restaurants, bars, entertainment, theater and the iconic Sky Tower.


New Zealand> Christchurch>
The Charlotte Jane Boutique Hotel Christchurch
The Charlotte Jane Boutique Hotel in large proportions and finishes reflects the building’s Victorian origins as a boarding school for young ladies. A few minutes distnce in the garden, the hotel is in a hidden refuge in the city. Charlotte Jane is the perfect choice for couples looking for a special place to stay, or business travelers looking for somewhere sophisticated yet cozy.The luxurious refurbishment reflects elegance and comfort from its origins as a grand Victorian mansion. Indulge yourself in this wonderful boutique hotel within walking distance of the Garden City strollers in Christchurch, New Zealand. Charlotte Jane also offers fine dining and meeting facilities. Alexander Lawrence Restaurant is a cozy, relaxed place serving New Zealand’s finest food and wine list.


New Zealand> Auckland>
The Stamford Plaza Auckland
Multimillion-Dollar Renewal has re-introduced a unique international “taste for luxury hotels, backed by new technologies and services that substantially complement the guest.”In the heart of Auckland’s CBD, Stamford Plaza is a 5-star hotel that is trademarked “exceptional in every way.” Featured in the “World’s Best Hotels” and named one of the “Travel and Leisure” Top 500 Hotels and Resorts of 2003. Stamford Plaza has 282 luxurious rooms, a conference room, a knight’s lobby bar, a knight restaurant, and a Japanese restaurant, Teppanyaki Kabuki. We are still building residential apartments at the top of the hotel. Due to this, our pool and gym are temporarily closed but all in-house guests can use either the Platinum Gym (across the street from the hotel) or Tepid Baths (5 minutes walk from the hotel).Please contact the reception to arrange your trip. There is also a number of construction activities during the following hours: Mon-Fri from 9 am to 4 pm and Sat 9 am to 12 pm.


New Zealand> Bay of Islands>
Russell Cottages Bay of Islands
TOURISMflair is NZ’s newest provider of luxury giving you 5 star boutique hotels and professional, personalized service. Welcome to the traditional delights of the completely modern luxury Russell Cottages. Tranquil and relaxed, nestled in a bay island, Russell Cottages are only 3 hours from Auckland and echo the charm and history of that, Russell.Next to the school’s historic monument, on Chapel Street in the center of the village, the cottages are nestled in established trees and next to a running stream. Constructed from traditional timber weather board, the 3 and 4 bedroom cottages are timber with solid floors, shelled timber ceilings and are fully appointed to a very high standard. Selling both 1 and 2 bedroom cottages, as well as 4 and 3 bedroom cottages, Russell cottages accommodate everything from couples and honeymooners to families, up to 8 can sleep in a single hut. Space to work, have fun, relax to family and friends.All 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom cottages feature separate living / dining areas and fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities. All the comforts of home you are used to. Comfort Style: Pool, SPA and BBQ. Gas Entrance OPEN FIRE location. Onsite parking for 2 cars is also available for all cottages. FULL Daily Service with professional, experienced hoteliers on site for you 24/7. Romantic Russell Cottages, your home away from home.


New Zealand> Christchurch>
Alpha Motel Christchurch
Alpha Motel Christchurch is a brand new modern motel with 10 luxury units opened on 06 October 2008.All units are equipped with a top range of Sleepyhead Hotel beds, Jacuzzi, kitchenette, 32 “LCD flat screen TV 5 SKY digital channels plus free air channels, air conditioning and high speed cable or wireless Internet access. We are only 10 minutes to Christchurch CBD and Airport Close to Canterbury P. Park, Train Station, Westpac Stadium, West Field Shopping Center and Hoyts Cinemas


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The Nazca Desert is located off the southern coast of Peru.This is one of the most amazing and mystical places on the planet. This area is widely known for its giant mysterious lines, from a great height, folding into realistic drawings, as if made by the hand of an invisible giant master. The number of arts is amazing: in the Nazca desert, there are more than thirty identifiable drawings alone, and there are still about 700 geometric shapes and countless lines and stripes. Millions of tourists from all over the world come to see the mysterious signs every year, and the desert itself is perhaps the most visited attraction in Peru.

The famous Nazca Lines are located on a 50 x 5-7 km stretch of rocky desert, occupying a total area of ​​500 sq. km. In fact, they are shallow furrows a meter wide and 30-40 cm deep. Due to the fact that the soil surface in Nazca is darker, and the “wrong side” is lighter, the lines are perfectly distinguishable by the eye. But due to the fact that the drawings occupy a gigantic area, you can see them in all their glory only from the air.

Flights over the desert will start from the local airfield, where operator stands are plentiful.A seat in the four-seat Cessna (2 pilots and 2 passengers) will cost about $ 50-70 in the low season and $ 90-110 in the high season. Necessarily need to bargain! Also, the passenger will be asked to pay an airport tax of 10-15 salt. The flight duration is about half an hour.

In addition, the Nazca Line can be admired from the observation tower located along the Pan American Highway. From there you can see 3-4 drawings and a magnificent mountain landscape on the horizon. A taxi from the city of Nazca and back will cost about 55 sol, and the ascent to the tower itself will cost 2 sol.

For a complete picture of the Nazca culture, the interesting Antonini Archaeological Museum is definitely worth a visit. Here are examples of ceramics and textiles recovered from archaeological excavations, and in the garden there is a model of a Nazca aqueduct and a model of Nazca lines.

In the nearby town of Cantalloche, it is worth seeing a system of Nazca underground aqueducts (pucuios), thanks to which cotton, corn, beans and other crops are successfully grown in this arid region.Nearby you can look at the ruins of the Inca city of Paredones.

The Chauchilla burial is the only place in Peru where you can see mummies about 3 thousand years old “in a natural setting.” For centuries, treasure hunters have plundered ancient graves, not hesitating to leave the deceased owners of the jewelry on the surface. Do not be surprised to see skulls, bones, hair and other evidence of the frailty of human existence under your feet.

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90,000 Introduction. 1339 very interesting facts from which your jaw will drop

Introduction

Truth is the daughter of the search.

Arabic Proverb

Collecting the volume of “1227 Very Curious Facts From Which You Will Be Dumbfounded”, we set ourselves the humble task of identifying 1000 information nuggets that will seem to us to be unforgettable.We’ve devoted ten years to extraordinary comparisons (you have 1,000 times more bacteria in your gut than there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy), stunning statistics (one male body produces enough sperm to fertilize every fertile woman on the planet in two weeks), unexpected truths (The Bible America’s most stolen book) and memorable nonsense (Richard Gere’s middle name is Tiffany), and then they calculated how much they had. It turned out that 1227 facts were included in our lists, which is both more interesting and more appropriate than the thousand we were initially striving for.

While editing and organizing the material, we discovered something amazing: the facts seemed to have their own minds.

Not soulless data at all, they behaved more like molecules – bristling with energy and a desire to form strong bonds with each other, thereby creating elongated and meaningful sequences. We were only required to try this way and that way and find the best combinations.

The fact-matching process, deeply fascinating in itself, required us to create a much deeper container of truth for our editorial spoons.And before we had time to complete the work, we realized that a new heap of strange and wonderful facts that we could not build in was already sculpting the backbone of the next book.

We always tell our researchers: to find the best, all you need to do is look longer and closer. This was our key reference point in the creation of the second volume. As soon as we found ourselves in the Fact Zone, the startling new information was taken to wave at us and demand our attention. We hope the combinations we – and they – managed to create turned out to be just as entertaining as the last time.

Well, to paraphrase Groucho Marx, if you don’t like it, then we have others.

John Lloyd,

John Mitchinson,

James Harkin

John Lloyd, John Mitchinson

and

James Harkin

Miller

with the assistance of the Very Curious 38 Elves 9000

Anna Ptasinski and Alex Bella

There are 1339 bank branches in Peru.

There are 1,339 street sculptures in Texas.

There are 1,339 Christian churches in the Chinese province of Wenzhou.

There are 1339 illegal industries in Samanabad, Pakistan.

“Pakistan” translated from Urdu means “Land of the Pure.”

The most common word for detergent in Urdu is surf.

In China, it is illegal to display ads for hemorrhoid ointment during normal eating times.

Every seventh banknote in the UK has traces of anal bacteria.

Children are born without bacteria in their bodies.

The word “ infant” (newborn) comes from the Latin for “unable to speak.”

“Wow-wow”, “ding-dong” and “bang-bang” are the names of various theories of the origin of the language.

Winnie the Pooh’s real name is Edward Bear.

The offspring of a polar (polar) bear and a grizzly bear are called “pizzli” [4].

There is a name for a baby pterosaur in English – “flapling”.

90,038 Cockroaches appeared 120 million years before the appearance of dinosaurs.

The Himalayas formed 25 million years after the extinction of the dinosaurs.

All mountains on Titan, Saturn’s moon, are named after the peaks from The Lord of the Rings.

The English writer JRR Tolkien (1892-1973) and the German Fuehrer Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) fought at the Battle of the Somme.

While Hitler was in power, Mein Kampf was given out for free to every newlywed couple.

Italian national leader Benito Mussolini (1883-1945) said of Mein Kampf that it was “a boring book that I never got through.”

The most widely read publication in Great Britain is the Tesco magazine [5].

90,038 A pint of milk in a supermarket can contain milk from over a thousand different cows.

90,038 The average Briton consumes 8 cows, 36 sheep and 36 pigs in his lifetime.

When you eat raw carrots, they are still alive.

Half of the world’s food is spoiled and wasted.

The UK generates enough waste every hour to fill the Albert Hall [6].

If the Albert Hall were a freezer, it would hold all the galaxies of the visible Universe, if they were the size of a frozen pea.

The American entrepreneur, engineer, and aviation pioneer Howard Hughes (1905-1976) kept a ruler in his hotel room – to measure every pea in the ordered dishes and send “too large” to the kitchen.

TFR (Canine Compulsive Disorder) – OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) in dogs.

In German, “dogging” is jogging with a dog.

Bloodhound noses are 100 million times more sensitive than humans.

The astronauts’ helmets are equipped with a piece of Velcro so that you can scratch your nose.

According to the official Velcro website, Velcro [7] does not exist.

Splenda was an insecticide, but after being misinterpreted by a technician to try, it became a sweetener.

The first product of Samsung was dried fish.

The Wrigley Company originally made soap.

Chewing gum costs 3p on sale, but it takes 10p to clean the pavement.

Second is the most common street name in the United States. “First” is in third place.

The oldest bridge in Paris is Pont-Neuf (“New Bridge”).

More than half of the fish identified as tuna in the United States is non-tuna.

Half of the animal and plant species live in only one country in the world and nowhere else.

Half of UK adults don’t believe in evolution.

Most molluscs start life as males, but half of them become females with age.

The Green Zone Golf Club is located on the border between Finland and Sweden, with half of the holes in one country and half in the other.

First woman to play golf – Mary I (1542–1587), Queen of Scots.

The English writer Agatha Christie (1890-1976) was a distinguished surfer.

43rd US President George W. Bush (b. 1946) participated in the support team in college.

Martial arts master and film actor Bruce Lee (1940-1973) became the Hong Kong cha-cha-cha champion in 1958.

The oldest dance still performed is the Austrian (Tyrolean) dances with clap boots.

The oldest animal found is a 405-year-old Icelandic clam. Died from attempts by scientists to determine his age.

90,038 Women look older at just 3:30 am on Wednesdays.

“Nudiustertian” [8] means “relating to the day before yesterday.”

The English word “journey” (travel) comes from the French “journee” and once meant the distance that you can walk in a day.

Safari means travel in Swahili.

“Express”, “Telegraph”, “Economist”, “Times”, “Star” and “Independent” [9] were the names of London stagecoaches in the 1830s.

The solar system moves through the Galaxy at a speed exceeding half a million miles per hour [10].

Small petrels fly over five million miles in a lifetime [11].

The German term “Zugunruhe” [12] denotes the excitement of poultry during the migratory season.

City birds have learned to lay out their nests with cigarette butts. Nicotine is a powerful insecticide that repels ticks, lice and fleas.

The nectar of citrus plants contains caffeine to attract bees.

British Prime Minister David Cameron (b. 1966) was once President of the Oxfordshire Beekeeping Association.

“Pannage” was a pig-keeping tax in the royal forests, paid by pigs.

King Henry VIII (1491-1547) of England imposed a tax on beards in 1535, but his, of course, made an exception.

King David I of Scotland Saint (1084-1153) granted tax breaks to well-mannered subjects.

William the Conqueror (1027 / 1028-1087) spent two weeks in England before the Battle of Hastings.

King John Landless (1167-1216) was nicknamed “The Soft Sword” for his stunted military successes.

In the Hundred Years War, the French called the British “godons” – they shouted “God damn” all the time [13].

Lalohezia – The use of swear words to relieve stress or pain.

The words proctalgia, proctodynia, pygalgia and rectalgia mean pain in the backside.

In Exodus 33:23, God shows Moses his butt: “And when I take off My hand, you will see Me from behind.”

Saint Martin of Tours (316–397) expelled demons from people by thrusting his hand into their throats and pushing the unclean person through the anus.

90,038,500,000 Italians visit exorcists every year.

“The Devil’s Gate” is a euphemism for the vagina during the time of Queen Elizabeth (1533-1603).

In 18th century England, toilet paper was called “bith-fodder” (food for the buttocks) and “ ass-wisp ” (shred for the backside).

90,038 British people spend an average of 14 hours and 39 minutes sitting on average a day.

Prior to the invention of the dental chair, the doctor clamped the patient’s head between his knees.

The electric chair was invented by a dentist.

The first guillotine was designed by a harpsichord maker.

The first private detective agency was opened by a criminal.

Blitz Dating is a rabbi’s mind.

The fastest commercial flight around the globe takes 44 hours.

The remains of birds shot down by aircraft are called “ snarge ” [14].

90,038 80% of aircraft crashes occur in the first three and last eight minutes of flight.

90,038 Only 5% of the world’s population has been on board an aircraft.

Prior to her solo flight from Britain to Australia, Amy Johnson (1903-1941), a female pilot and pioneer of British aviation, had never flown further than from Hendon to Hull. [15]

Nearly half of all airline pilots admit they fell asleep at work.

The first man-made object in space was the German V-2 rocket.

Russian cosmonauts usually took weapons into space with them in case they landed in the Siberian taiga.

In 1905, gunfire in pubs was officially banned in Birmingham.

Arms laws in Tombstone, Arizona are softer these days than they were during the events of the OK Corral. [16]

In Kennesaw, Georgia, it is legal to have a gun.

There is only one weapons store in Mexico, and 90% of weapons are smuggled into the country from the United States.

On February 18, 1913, Pedro Laskurain (1856–1952) renounced the title of President of Mexico after staying in office for less than an hour.

The Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean is so deep that if you throw a coin into it from the surface of the water, it will take more than an hour to get to the bottom.

Spiders can stay alive for four hours under water – they fall into a homing coma.

A bite from a Brazilian stray spider causes an erection lasting several hours.

There are 500,000 times more spiders than humans in the UK.

The Natural History Museum in London has 22,000 beetle drawers.

If scarabs disappeared from the African plains, the two-legged inhabitants of these places would be waist-deep in excrement within a month.

Before the invention of the biological softener in 1908, hides were smeared with dog faeces to soften them.

Entrance to the Tower of London was once free – if you bring a dog or cat to feed the lions.

The Eiffel Tower was about to be dismantled in 1909.

The Louvre was built in 1190 to defend against Viking attacks.

The Statue of Liberty shoe size is 879.

King Charles II of England and Scotland (1630-1685) appeared in high-heeled shoes at his coronation.

Samantha Cameron (b. 1971), English businessman, wife of the current British Prime Minister David Cameron, – great-great-great-great-great-great-great-granddaughter of Nell Guin, the mistress of Charles II.

David Cameron – great-great-great-great-great-grandson of King William IV (1765-1837).

At least 170 civil servants in the UK are paid more than the prime minister.

The House of Commons can accommodate only three quarters of all UK MPs.

As of July 2013, more people in the UK believed in ghosts than supported the Labor Party.

More people in the UK label their religious beliefs as “Jedi Knight” than there are Tories.

Compared to the 2001 British Census, the number of people who consider themselves Jedi has now more than halved.

American actor and producer Harrison Ford (b. 1942) was a carpenter.

He installed the door for director George Lucas (b. 1944), who invited him to audition for Star Wars.

British musician Ozzy Osbourne (b. 1948) worked in the morgue and slaughterhouse.

American actor and director Warren Beatty (b. 1937) worked as a rat catcher.

American actor and director Danny DeVito (b. 1944) is a professional hairdresser.

The average woman changes her hair 150 times in her life.

In 1950, 7% of American women dyed their hair. In 2013 – 75%.

Healthy hair can be stretched 50% when wet.

Hair grows faster when you anticipate sex.

Plants grow faster when spoken to with a Newcastle accent.

Magnolias are the oldest flowering plants, they appeared 100 million years ago.

The rarest flower in Great Britain – the slipper orchid: the only one that lives on a golf course in Lancashire, under the supervision of the police.

The symbol of the Canadian Alzheimer’s Society is forget-me-not.

The existence of photographic memory has not yet been proven by science.

The headless flatworm is growing a new brain, complete with all the old memories.

A human liver can regrow even if 75% of this organ is removed.

90,038 95% of all avocados sold come from a single tree grown by a postman in Milwaukee in 1926.

In French “avocat” means both “lawyer” and “avocado”.

In German “Strauss” means both “ostrich” and “bouquet of flowers”.

In Norwegian “p? Legg” means “anything that makes sense to put in a sandwich.”

In Old Norse, “ kveis ” means “feeling sick after a binge”.

Gambrinous” means “to be full of beer.”

Hops contain antioxidants, but 118 gallons [17] of beer a day are required to notice an improvement in well-being.

French-American wrestler and film actor Andre the Giant (Andrei Rene Rusimov, 1946–1993) once drank 119 beers in six hours.

In 1876, the Munich Department of Health decreed that nursing mothers only need to drink two pints of beer a day.

Originally, Edgar Allan Poe’s (1809–1849) poem The Raven was supposed to be about a talking parrot.

The last Ature speaker in the Amazon was a parrot.

Parrots live up to 80 years.

There are still whales in the world that were born before Moby Dick was written in 1851.

If a dead whale is found on the British coast, the head belongs to the king and the tail to the queen.

Both of the first police officers hired by the London police were later fired for “street drinking”.

The “demilitarized” zone between North Korea and South Korea is the most militarized in the world.

In the 1784 “Cauldron War” between the Netherlands and the Holy Roman Empire, only one shot was fired. The shooter hit the soup pot.

90,038 21% of British households do not have a kettle.

One in eight British adults has sliders.

Two thirds of British children aged 5 to 13 know how to handle a DVD player, but less than half know how to tie their shoelaces.

90,038 60% of British meals take place in front of the TV.

At the dawn of its existence, the BBC transmitted pictures and sound in turn: there was only one transmitter, it was not possible to broadcast sound and picture at the same time.

Until the 1920s, television was also called “ Hear-seeing” (hearing), “Seeing by Wireless” (wireless vision), “ Optiphone ” (optiphone), “ Farscope ” (longscope) and “Electric Telescope ” (electric telescope).

TV Dinners got their name because the compartments in the tray were like the screens and handles on old TVs with rounded CRT corners.

Rounded corners of electronic devices are patented by Apple.

Nokia once produced gas masks and the Finnish army used them until 1995.

The French company “Biche” ( Bich ) changed its name to “Bic” (Bic), so that English speakers would stop pronouncing this word as “bitch” [18].

A variation of plasticine “ Play-Doh ” was originally conceived as a wallpaper cleaner.

From the first bubble gum, bubbles were obtained, which had to be washed from the face with turpentine.

Jacob I English (1566-1625) all his life washed only and exclusively the tips of his fingers.

King of France Louis XIII the Just (1601-1643) did not wash until almost seven years.

According to one Sudanese passenger, the first London Underground trains smelled “like the mouth of a crocodile.”

The air in London is cleaner today than it has ever been since the 16th century.

In the 16th century, Britain had one pub for every 200 people.

90,038 At any given time, 45 million people on the planet are drunk.

Hangovers are costing the American economy more than $ 220 billion a year in production losses.

The hard-fried canary was once a popular Roman hangover cure.

Pliny the Elder (22 / 24-79) advised tying a fox’s genitals to the forehead to relieve headaches.

When the Polish composer and pianist Frederic Chopin (1810–1849) had difficulty urinating, he would whistle or play the piano.

If you feed a snail with Prozac, it loses its ability to stick to surfaces.

“Viagra” was developed for the treatment of angina pectoris.

Fatal heart attacks were unknown prior to 1900. The first medical description in Britain dates back to 1925.

The human heart is located in the chest, not on the left, but in the middle.

With every heartbeat of a fertile man, 1,500 new sperm are produced in his body.

For a person’s life, his heart pumps the volume of blood that could fill a football stadium.

In 1903, all three of the largest sports stadiums in the world were located in Glasgow.

The longest pregnancy in nature is in frilled sharks: it lasts three years.

The pre-dinosaur New Zealand reptile Tuatara has three eyes.

Babies have three times more taste buds than adults.

Squid taste with tentacles.

Chinese Fruit Siraitia grosvenorii 300 times sweeter than sugar.

The main killer of elephants in American zoos is obesity.

90,038 North Americans make up less than one-sixteenth of the world’s population, but more than a third of its mass.

Kunga Pie is an East African dish made from millions of mashed midges.

Star-nosed [19] can identify and eat an insect faster than you can — read the word “mole.”

Flamingo tongues were an ancient Roman delicacy.

The tiger’s tongue is very rough: if the tiger licks your hand, it will bleed.

More is known about the behavior of large cats in Africa than about the behavior of domestic cats in Britain.

In 17th century England, stuffed animals of Guy Fawkes (1570–1606), an English Catholic nobleman who took part in the Gunpowder Plot against King James I, were stuffed with live cats so that the stuffed animal would scream when burned.

Cattenstoet (Flam. Cat Procession) – a medieval festival in Belgium, during which cats were thrown from the city bell tower.

In 1879, Belgian Liège adapted 37 cats to deliver mail to neighboring villages.

The project has completely failed.

Both John Lennon (1940-1980) and Paul McCartney (b. 1940) had cats named Jizas (Jesus).

The Beatles’ classic “Yesterday” was originally called “Scrambled Eggs” [20].

“I Am a Poached Egg” is a song by the American composer and pianist George Gershwin (1898–1937) about love.

The physicist and Nobel Prize laureate Albert Einstein (1879–1955) considered boiling eggs right in soup as his second brightest inspiration – this way less washing up.

The moon is egg-shaped and appears round only because its thick end is facing the Earth.

The crater at the moon’s north pole is known as the coldest place in the solar system.

Yakutsk village Oymyakon – the coldest settlement on Earth; the only hotel has no hot water, the toilet is outside.

Between 2010 and 2013, the London fire brigade rescued 18 children with their heads stuck in toilet seats.

In a chess game, already on the fifth move, 318 979 564 000 variants of positions on the board appear.

The 1978 final game at Her Majesty’s Wormwood Scrubs prison took place between the Swamp Killer and rapist Ian Brady (b.1938) and convicted on 21 charges by parliamentarian John Stonehouse (1925-1988).

In 1913 A. Hitler, I. V. Stalin (1878-1953), L. D. Trotsky (1879-1940), J. Broz Tito (1892-1980), 3. Freud (1856-1939), K. G. Jung (1875-1961) and L. Wittgenstein (1889-1951) lived in Vienna.

Dublin, Glasgow, London, Petroleum, Cole, Wex, Goforth, Stay and Jump [21] are cities in the state of Kentucky.

The farthest Irish pub from Dublin is Waxie O’Shea, located in Invercargill, New Zealand.

Villages in County Durham include Pete Mee and No Place. [22]

There are six villages in France called Si l li, twelve – Billy and two – Prat [23].

Utah has 11 settlements called Mollies Nipple in different spellings (Mollys Nipple, Mollies Nipple, Molleys Nipple) [24].

The female giant hamster (voalavo) has four nipples: two under the armpits and two in the groin.

“Buzz” [25] Arabic for nipple.

“Dead” [26] in Albanian – nanny.

Waterpony [27] means jet ski in Afrikaans.

90,038 10,000 horses were killed at the Battle of Waterloo.

First Skyscraper is a remarkably tall horse that won the Epsom Race in 1789.

Snickers Bars are named after a horse owned by Mars.

There is one more bone in the human body than in the horse.

Human bone is four times stronger than concrete.

Your brain cells live longer than any other cells in your body.

You also have taste buds in your lungs.

Cornish “heart” – “columns” [28].

The hands developed before the hands themselves.

Right-handed people may become left-handed after both arm transplants.

A mother over forty is twice as likely to have a left-handed woman as a woman under thirty.

In Japan, until the beginning of the 20th century, the wife’s left-handedness was a sufficient reason for divorce.

In Japanese, “poverty” – “bimbo” [29].

With the word “ raich “, which in Japanese means “petrel”, the Japanese call the ptarmigan or tundra partridge.

The city of Chicken in Alaska was about to be called Tarmigen [30], but could not agree on the pronunciation.

Alaska is the northernmost, western and easternmost state of the United States.

“Alaskan Strawberry” was the colloquial name for dried beans in the 19th century.

Empress Isabella of Bavaria (1370-1435) took a bath of strawberry juice.

In the Azerbaijani city of Naftalan, people take crude oil baths to relieve joint pain.

Male cannes antelopes communicate their ferocity to other males by clicking their knees.

In angler fish, the inner stomach tissues are black so that they cannot be seen when they eat something luminous.

The longest documented flight of a domestic chicken lasted 13 seconds.

The highest measured jump of a rabbit was 3 feet 3 inches [31].

The only victim of the first bomb to hit British soil during World War II was a rabbit.

90,038 95% of rabbits do not live longer than the first six months.

In three years, a rabbit pair can theoretically produce 33 million relatives.

The world’s largest East Sussex rabbit Ralph costs £ 50 a week to feed.

Warm headphones were invented by a 13-year-old.

Seven years after the invention of portable radios (“boomboxes”) 60% of the US population owned them.

In the tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun, a collection of boomerangs was discovered, as well as a chair-bed.

Tutankhamun died due to a broken leg.

Some whales are born with a small leg sticking out of their body.

Whales have thigh bones, which means that they once went ashore, grew legs, they didn’t like it, and they returned to the sea.

Barstools on the yacht of Greek billionaire and ship owner Aristotle Socrates Onassis (1906-1975) were covered with whale foreskin.

The prototype of the whale in Moby Dick was a real sperm whale called Moka Dick.

The real name of the leader of the Chiricaua Apaches Geronimo (1829-1909) is Guyahle, which means “one who yawns.”

Yawning cools your brain as much as a fan cools the insides of a computer.

Children yawn while still in the womb, and also swallow, stretch and hiccup.

Children under six months of age can swallow and breathe at the same time.

Pandiculation – simultaneous yawning and stretching.

The human lung has enough tissue to cover a tennis court.

There is enough carbon in your body to make 9000 pencils.

You lose about a pound of carbon each night just by breathing.

Diamonds boil at 4027 ° C.

– 40 ° Celsius and -40 ° Fahrenheit are the same temperature.

15 ° C is the highest recorded temperature in Antarctica.

There are 300 lakes under Antarctica that do not freeze thanks to the warmth of the Earth’s core.

Eskimo huskies have been banned in Antarctica since 1994.

While traveling to the South Pole, the Norwegian traveler Roald Amundsen (1872–1928) ate his huskies on his way back.

Only one dog has visited both the North and South Poles.

During the 1962 FIFA World Cup, a dog ran onto the field and wet the famous striker Jimmy Greaves (b. 1940).

Russian cosmonauts urinate on the right rear wheel of the bus taking them to the space shuttle – for good luck.

The “I’m Lucky” Google Button costs the company $ 110 million a year in lost ad revenue.

In 2006, a man named Ronald Maine had a heart attack and was involved in a car accident; the blow acted on him like a defibrillator and reset his heart.

The last screening of American actor James Dean (1931–1955) before the 1955 car accident in which he died was a road safety advertisement.

In 1895, two cars across Ohio crashed into each other.

The odds of hitting a hole twice on the first hit in one round of golf is 67 million to one.

British athletes Mo Farah (b. 1983), Sir Roger G. Bannister (b. 1929), Scottish cyclist Sir Christopher E. Hoy (b. 1976), English cyclist Jason F. Kenney (b. 1988) and rower Sir Stephen J. Redgrave (b. 1962) was born on March 23rd.

Prophet Moses (c. XIII century BC), Italian artist Raphael Santi (1483-1520), English writer Inok A.Bennett (1867–1931), Antarctic explorer Captain Lawrence EG Oates (1880–1912), and Swedish-American actress Ingrid Bergman (1915–1982) each died on their birthday.

The ancient city of Alexandria was built so that on the birthday of Alexander the Great, the sun would shine along the main street.

Italian physicist, astronomer, philosopher and mathematician Galileo Galilei (1562-1642) was born on the day of the death of the Italian sculptor, artist, architect and thinker Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564).

People who die of old age are most likely to leave this world at 11am.

Three US presidents died on July 4: John Adams (b. 1735) and Thomas Jefferson (b. 1743) in 1826, James Monroe (b. 1758) five years later.

From April to July 1776, the American states issued more than 90 different Declarations of Independence.

John Adams, 2nd President of the United States, has been a smoker since he was eight.

John Tyler (d. 1862), 10th President of the United States, was born in 1790, but his two grandchildren are still alive.

Upon arrival at the White House, 43rd US President George W. Bush discovered that the Bill Clinton (b. 1946) administration had wiped out the button with the letter “W” from all computers [32].

Anagram to the phrase “President Clinton of the USA” – “to copulate, he finds interns” [33].

In 1999, Major Wanke was President of Niger (1946 / 1954-2004) [34].

90,038 In 1939, a single lightning strike killed 835 sheep in Utah.

The best way to avoid a lightning strike is to sit with your booty up from the trees.

If you blow an armadillo in the butt, it will jump three feet [35].

If air gets inside the hedgehog, the animal can burst like a balloon. To prevent the hedgehog from exploding, it must be deflated carefully using a syringe.

In Victorian times, hedgehogs were kept in kitchens to kill cockroaches.

A cockroach, touching a person, immediately runs away to wash.

Rats urinate on food, thus marking it as edible.

Monkeys urinate on themselves to attract a mate.

An ostrich can kill a lion with one hit.

An ostrich attack caused an American musician, country classic Johnny Cash (1932–2003) to become addicted to painkillers.

Early Arabic texts refer to cannabis as “the bush of understanding” and “the bush of comprehension”.

In 1850, cannabis was used in the United States to treat tetanus, typhoid, cholera, rabies, dysentery, alcoholism, anthrax, leprosy, snakebites, tonsillitis, and insanity.

Ketamine was the most commonly used anesthetic during the Vietnam War.

Macedonian soldier 300 BC NS. was more likely to survive after treating a wound than a British soldier in Sevastopol in 1854.

Patients admitted to hospital on weekends are 40% more likely to die than those admitted on weekdays.

A person at a temperature of 1000 ° C can survive for 9 seconds without significant damage.

Since 1940, 157 people have fallen out of aircraft without a parachute and survived.

Sandcastles have killed more people since 1990 than shark attacks.

Shark Bay [36] in Australia is now called Safe Beach. The name was changed to attract tourists.

Kangaroo Island was named so in 1802 by the British traveler Matthew Flinders (1774–1814) after he and his team killed 31 kangaroos on the island and made soup from them.

At birth, kangaroo cubs are smaller than cherries.

Because opossums have a split penis, naturalists initially thought that males mated with females’ noses.

Renifleur [37] – taking sexual pleasure from smells.

The human nose distinguishes over 10,000 different odors.

Rhinotillexomania is the scientific name for the inability to stop picking your nose.

Unable to hum a melody while holding your nose.

Humpback whales can sing for 20 hours.

Nightingales remember up to 200 different tunes.

The fastest-contracting muscle in nature is in the throat of songbirds.

The female of the beautiful painted Malure (Malurus cyaneus) teaches chicks to sing before they hatch from the egg.

The board game “Ludo” [38] was invented in ancient India.

Jenga [39] in Swahili means “to build”.

Chinese checkers were invented in Germany.

Sport climbing was proposed by the English romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834).

William Webb Ellis (1806-1872) died in France, completely unaware that he was credited with inventing rugby.

The French Vichy government banned the rugby league because it considered it a communist sport.

The first official Rugby School set in 1871 included a bow tie.

Nazi uniforms were designed by Hugo Boss (1885-1948).

Nazi doctor Josef Mengele (1911-1979), fleeing to Argentina, smuggled several suitcases through customs, filled with fragments of human bodies.

Iran is the only country in the world where you can legally sell a kidney.

In Alabama, it is prohibited to recommend shades of paint without a special license.

The most important rule of the Templars is to avoid kissing women.

In the ancient Greek city of Megara, a kissing contest was included in the Diocles festivities.

Only boys were allowed to participate.

Physical education teachers were not allowed to attend the modern Olympic Games at first, because the physical education instructors are professionals.

At the 1908 London Olympics, Great Britain won gold, silver and bronze in the tug of war.

The Kalenjin ethnic group from Kenya accounts for 0.05% of the world’s population, but has won nearly 50% of key cross-country events since 1980.

The best result in the 100-meter race shown today by an eight-year-old child would have won a bronze medal at the 1896 Olympics.

The 1988 Olympics included the sport of “solo synchronized swimming”.

Polar bears can swim 60 miles [40] without stopping.

Ostrich would run the London Marathon [41] in 45 minutes.

It will take three years and two months for a garden snail to crawl from John O’Groats to Lands End. [42]

Light will get from John O’Groats to Lands End in 0.00469 seconds.

90,038 8,000 years ago there were so many trees in Britain that a squirrel could get from John O’Groats to Lands End without touching the ground.

Nemophilia – love of spending time in the forest.

Every two out of three trees on the planet are thirsty.

The only way to find out if a tree has enough water is to record the sounds it makes: the more thirsty the tree is, the louder they are.

Different branches of the same ash can be male, female, or both.

Oysters are gender reassigned up to four times a year.

Birds like fellatio.

Death during sex is more likely in men who cheat on their wives.

More than a third of men on dating sites are already married.

More than a third of Canadian married couples sleep in separate rooms.

Ptolemy VII married his sister Cleopatra II, besides the widow of his brother. His wife was not only his sister, but also his daughter-in-law.

Physicist, Nobel laureate A.Einstein (1879–1955), Russian composer, pianist and conductor S. V. Rachmaninov (1873–1943), English naturalist and traveler Charles Darwin (1809–1882), English writer Herbert J. Wells (1866–1946) and American writer Edgar A. Poe (1809–1849) were married to their first cousins.

When filling out any questionnaires, Agatha Christie always wrote “married woman” in the “Employment” column.

Today around the world, 90% of adolescent mothers between the ages of 16 and 19 are married.

In London, women over forty give birth twice as often as teenage girls.

In Mexican slang, “motherly to cherish” means “to break”; everything that has “no mother” is very cool, but “mother!” means “oh!”

There are no words for a brother or sister in Korean, but there are names for an older and younger brother and an older and younger sister.

Having a younger brother or sister can raise your blood pressure by more than 5%.

It would take 1.2 million mosquitoes to completely bleed the average human body – provided that each one bites once.

Moshkara beats its wings 62,750 times per minute.

For a male flea, it takes 6 to 8 hours to straighten all parts of the penis.

Woodlice have 14 legs.

Jumping spiders (Evarcha culicivora) are attracted by the smell of human feet.

Mice love the smell of marijuana.

The Japanese word “kareisu” describes the smell of old people.

Moths can smell each other seven miles away. [43]

The faint smell of perfume, heard after a person has already passed by, in English is called “ sillage ” [44].

In 2007, the Stilton manufacturers [45] brought to the market “Eau de Stilton” – a perfume that “recreates the earthly juicy aroma” of cheese.

Cheeseling” – small cheese (lit. “cheese”).

“Cheeselips” (lit. “cheese lips”) is another name for wood lice: they were once used to curd milk.

If you leave a glass of milk in the Iranian desert of Deshte Lut, it will not turn sour: it is so hot there that all bacteria die.

All Neanderthals were lactose intolerant.

Lee Pearson (b. 1974), winner of ten Paralympic gold medals in dressage, is allergic to horses.

Pigs suffer from anorexia.

90,038 There were fewer than 50 restaurants in Paris before the 1789 revolution; by 1814 there were more than 3000 of them.

The first Indian restaurant in the UK opened 50 years before the first fish and chips establishment.

The oldest English cookbook is called Forme of Shigu [46] (Cooking Methods).

An Englishman of 2013 would not understand an Englishman of 1300 without a translator.

In the XIV century, a brave, courageous person was called “great-willy” [47].

Cumbria has villages called Great Snoring and Great Freyap, as well as Great Cockap Hill. [48]

The English sailor on the Bounty Fletcher Christian (1764–1793) and the English poet William Wordsworth (1770–1850) went to school together at Cockermouth [49], Cumbria.

Wordsworth had no sense of smell.

Sending Oberon’s six-year-old son to a boarding school, the English writer Arthur Evelyn St. John Waugh (1903-1966) threatened to change his last name to “Stinkbottom” [50].

English writer and publicist Daniel Dafoe (c. 1660–1731) changed his name from Daniel Fo to sound more commercial.

Holly Golightly from the novel by the American writer Truman Capote (1924-1984) “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (1958) was to be named Connie Gustafson.

The protagonist of the novels of the British writer Ian Fleming (1908–1964) James Bond was originally named James Secret [51].

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (1925–2013) was offered passport number 007, but she refused.

Irish writer, producer and comedian Brendan O’Carroll (b. 1955), star of the British comedy series Mrs Brown’s Babies (since 2011), was once Mrs Thatcher’s butler.

In the 19th century, a footman five feet six would cost 20 pounds a year, while a six-foot [52] would have cost 40 pounds.

Reaching 100 meters in height, the tree stops growing leaves.

10 trees were used to paper for the 2013 UK High Speed ​​Rail System HS-2 Environmental Impact Report.

The British Standards Institute has a 5000 word report on how to brew a cup of tea properly.

When Swindon Railroad Station opened in 1840, all trains had to stop there for a ten-minute tea break.

The tea ration of a British soldier in World War I was six pints [53] per day.

When the bar music volume is increased by 22%, customers drink 26% faster.

To drink like a duck, that is, to lift your head after each sip, in English is called “to dibble” [54].

It will take more energy to get a head up on a neutron star than on Earth to climb Everest.

A footballer burns on average the same amount of calories in one match as is contained in 15 Jaffa biscuits.

During the years of the FIFA World Cup and the European Football Championship, boys’ high school exam scores drop by almost half a point.

90,038 60% of Premier League footballers go bankrupt within five years of retirement.

In the UK, someone is declared bankrupt every 50 seconds.

Plutomania – an illusory confidence in one’s own incredible wealth.

Ink for the Hewlett Packard printer is 20 times more expensive than 2003 Dom Pérignon champagne.

Nowadays, storing 1 GB of information on a hard disk is 14 million times cheaper than in 1981.

90,038 There are 2,436 millionaire bankers in the UK, with 170 in Germany and 162 in France.

The best creditworthiness in the UK is for men named Brian and women named Helen.

The ancient Roman emperor Julius Caesar (102-44 BC) had two sisters, both named Julia.

German philosopher, sociologist, economist Karl Marx (1818-1883) and his wife Jenny (1814-1881) named all their four daughters Jenny.

The American heavyweight boxer George Foreman (b. 1949) has five sons: George Jr., George III, George IV, George V, George VI – and a daughter named Georgette.

The son of the famous English football player Emlyn Hughes (1947-2004) is named Emlyn, and his daughter is Emma-Lynn.

Almost half of newborn storks leave their nests in search of foster parents – in the hope of better feeding.

At least 60% of all biological species on Earth are parasites.

There are 10 times more bacterial cells in your body than human cells.

The average human navel is home to 67 species of bacteria.

Omphalodium is another name for the navel.

Michelangelo was considered a heretic for the image of the navel on the body of Adam in the painting of the Sistine Chapel.

The painting “Night Watch” (1642) by the famous Dutch painter Rembrandt (1606-1669) was so zealously restored in the 1940s that it received the nickname “Day Watch”.

The Scream (1893–1910) by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863–1944) is inspired by a Peruvian mummy seen by the author in a Paris museum.

The Louvre contains a version of Mona Lisa (1503–1505 / 1506), written by one of the students of Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519), with a naked heroine.

The French writer Victor Hugo (1802–1885) made detailed erotic drawings of all the women he slept with.

The most expensive sexual position offered by prostitutes in Ancient Greece was “keles” – “racehorse”.

Buckingham Palace was built on the site of the former brothel.

When Queen Victoria arrived at Buckingham Palace in 1837, there was not a single bathroom.

The word “palace” (palace) comes from the name of the Palatine Hill in Rome, where the emperors lived.

The Roman Emperor Heliogabalus (204–222) invented the “fart pillow” and used it at dinner parties.

American actress Karyn Elaine Johnson (Whoopi Goldberg, b. 1955) got her nickname [55] because of her childhood flatulence.

Characters of American comedians Stan Laurel (1890-1965) and Oliver Hardy (1892-1957) are known in Germany as Dick and Doof [56], in Denmark – Gog and Gokk.

In 1379, over 600 years ago, a newborn girl from Yorkshire was named Diot Coke. [57]

The Mayan calendar had 18 months, including pop, zip , zak , poppy , and moan [58].

Mouse Comper, Curry Wat, Kitten Dart, English Electric Reel, Little Luton, Rookie Thruxton, Pirate Pobjoy, Grasshopper Sopwit and Crazy Watkinson are the names of the first British airplanes.

Aerodontics is a branch of dentistry dealing with problems caused by flying.

Human teeth sense a grain of sand 1/2500 inch in diameter [59].

Carp have teeth in their throats.

The throat of a blue whale – the same diameter as its navel, about the size of a dessert plate.

90,038 The mass of krill eaten by a blue whale daily is the equivalent of 40,000 cheeseburgers.

One crustacean krill – no longer than your little finger, but their schools are so large that they can even be seen from space.

An astronaut is a person who ascends in an aircraft to an altitude of more than 50 miles [60] above sea level.

When the US space station Skylab burned up in Earth’s atmosphere in 1979, the Western Australian government fined NASA $ 400 for throwing garbage.The fine was eventually paid in 2009.

A third of US household waste sent to landfills is cut grass.

Five types of herbs provide half of the calories in the human diet.

90,038 Americans eat 10 billion donuts a year.

Obese drivers are twice as likely to die in an accident.

90,038 About 600 cyclists in the UK are injured each year from car doors.

The Russian writer and thinker Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910) was taught to ride a bicycle at the age of 67.

The English romantic composer Edward W. Elgar (1857–1934) owned a bicycle called Mister Phoebus.

The Arabic word for a hamster literally translates as “Mr.

Rodents prefer peanut butter to cheese.

The largest rodent on the planet was the Venezuelan guinea pig – about the size of a bison.

The largest invertebrate was Arthropleura , a ten-foot [61] centipede native to prehistoric Scotland.

The bird with the largest vocabulary is the budgerigar Pak, who died in 1998. He knew 1,728 words – like the average four-year-old.

The recently disappeared Ubykh language, which spread in the south of Russia, contained 84 consonants and only two vowels.

The Sedang language (the territory of Laos and Vietnam) contains more than 50 vowels.

“Oaia aia e a ei” – is a phrase in Romanian with only vowels.

It means “That sheep is hers.”

Vowel-shmasnaya: the practice of adding a rhyming word beginning with “shm-” to the original is called “shm-reduplication”.

We put dots over “ and ” and Shakespeare put dashes.

The English poet AE Houseman (1859–1936) kept a notebook in which he wrote down insults and unpleasant remarks that came to mind.

“Sukinsynskoe stew” is an old cowboy dish made from the internal organs of a whole cow and one onion.

Canadian Lake Sob was originally called Son of a Bitch Lake [62].It was named after the trapper who built a hut on its shore.

Lake Jellyfish (Medusnoe) in the Philippines is home to over 13 million jellyfish.

English writer and poet Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936) was named after Lake Rudyard, Staffordshire, where his parents met.

Fish in polluted lakes lose their sense of smell.

Sunbathing on the shores of the Russian lake Karachay, you can receive a lethal dose of radiation in one hour.

There is one Kalashnikov assault rifle for every 70 people in the world.

One IKEA bookcase is sold every ten seconds in the world.

Heinz sells two bags of ketchup every year to every person on earth.

Heinz Beans Started in Britain at Fortnum & Mason’s prestigious London store as an exclusive imported from America.

Every Heinz bean stew is laser checked for correct color.

The first laser was said to have a power of one “vest”, that is, it could burn through one razor blade.

For the first seven years after the 2001 Cameroon Stock Exchange opened, only one company was traded on it.

The Central European Republic of Carpathian Ruthenia existed for one day – in 1939.

There is only one Jewish citizen in Kabul.

There is only one mention of sneezing in the Bible.

Only one person lives in the Russian village of Kozino – a 76-year-old woman named Rimma.

Andaman has only two words for numerals – “one” and “more than one.”

More than 800 languages ​​are spoken in modern New York.

Ancient Rome was eight times more populated than modern New York.

At the end of the Roman pantomime performance, the audience could demand full nudity of the leading role.

British stripper Frank Jakeman insured his penis for one million pounds in the 1970s.

Norwegian tax legislation considers striptease to be an art form.

In the United States, payments to blackmailers are deducted from taxes.

Chess is a compulsory school subject in Armenia.

British Eton College was founded in 1440 for the free education of poor boys.

French thinker Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778) sent all his five children to an orphanage so that they would not interfere with his work.

Most British children to his 17 years in rolls with parents 80,000 miles [63].

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The best movies about motorcycles and bikers

For those who love risk and cannot imagine life without a high-speed lane, there are films about bikers and motorcycles.The list of the best films includes both TV series and films about motorcyclists. The selection is very motley. There are comedies and horrors here.

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Contents

  • 1 Navigating through the sample
  • 2 Hell’s Angels, USA, 1969, IMDB 5.4
  • 3 See also:
  • 4 Threat Masters, USA, 1990, IMDB 5.6
  • 5 Real Boars, USA, 2007, IMDB 5.9
  • 6 Bikers (2003)
  • 7 Killer Biker (1999)
  • 8 Chasing Shadows, USA, 1992, IMDB 6.6
  • 9 Born Racer (2011)
  • 10 Bikers: Brothers in Arms (2012)
  • 11 Fastest Indian, USA / New Zealand / Switzerland / Japan, 2005, IMDB 7.8
  • 12 Torque (2004)
  • 13 Chrome & Hot Leather (1971)
  • 14 Streets On Fire (1984)
  • 15 Out of Law (1993)
  • 16 Fastest Indian (2005)
  • 17 Blue Boys (1973)
  • 18 Wild Angels (1966)
  • 19 Mad Max 2: Road Warrior (1981)
  • 20 Express Delivery (2011)
  • 21 Sons of Anarchy (2008)

Navigation through the selection

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Masters of Threat US 1990, IMDB 5.6

Masters of Menace is an action comedy about a biker gang. The film tells about the confrontation between a group of motorcyclists and a prosecutor who, by hook or by crook, is trying to hide them behind bars. An additional nuisance is the death of one of the bikers named Gypsy, who crashes on his motorcycle while trying to set a record. Gypsy, by the way, was played by James Belushi, while other actors are not so famous.

While on probation, gang members cannot leave the city. But they need to bury a friend in his homeland, so they go to Vegas. The lawyer, who is trying his best to prevent the suspended sentence from becoming real, travels with them. The plot is built on the confrontation between bikers and representatives of the authorities.

You may not like the Master of Threat. Indeed, it is difficult to praise this movie for its phenomenal acting, extraordinary production or outstanding plot.But this is a rather “light” old thriller-comedy, which, if you don’t want to watch it every month, it won’t hurt to evaluate it once.

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“Real boars”, USA, 2007, IMDB 5.9

Wild Hogs is another comedy featuring motorcycles. This work of cinema is newer (2007), and has a more famous cast.The leading roles were played by the stars John Travolta, Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence, William Macy.

Faced with a midlife crisis and family problems, friends decide to become bikers. On this path, they are faced with various problems, including a confrontation with the real gang Del Fuegos (“Fire”), who consider them worthless poseurs.

Wild Hogs © Talk Film Society

Interestingly, all the main characters in the film are riding on Harley-Davidson bikes provided for filming by the company, and the nickname “Hogs” is a reference to the name of the official club of Harleys fans.The word “hog”, in itself, translates as “boar”, and in this case is an abbreviation for “Harley-Davidson owners group”.

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Bikers (2003)

It’s time to find out how black bikers live. However, one cannot say that their life is different from everyday life. Work, home, family. Favorite motorcycle and gang, for the sake of which it is not a pity to part with life.The leader of these Knight Riders is nicknamed Smoke. He is the king they want to overthrow.

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Biker Killer (1999)

The threat from Space is always present. The bottomless expanses of the Universe are fraught with horror. A meteorite falls to Earth. This incident takes place near a classified military base. A biker passing by becomes a hostage of an alien. The military is mobilized.

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“Chasing the Shadow”, USA, 1992, IMDB 6.6

Fixing the Shadow is a biker film about a police officer investigating the crimes of a motorcycle gang. Charlie Sheen played the main role in the film. By integrating into a group in order to gain confidence, the policeman himself gradually turns into one of its members, being “absorbed” by the person under whose cover he lives.

“Odnoprosentniki” are shown on the screen as classic criminals selling weapons, drugs and organizing a showdown, but they are “alive”, with their own human features. The film is accompanied by a good soundtrack, and the song “Road to Hell” by Chris Rea has become a cult song among bikers and other motorcycle enthusiasts.

Still from a movie © Sony Crackle

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Born Racer (2011)

A biker in this life does not need anything else, except as his iron horse and a road, the end of which is not visible.The hero has an idea to travel across the vast expanses of the States. However, things soon start not to go according to plan. The government is involved in troubles with its political games.

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Bikers: Brothers in Arms (2012)

Bikers often come into bloody conflicts with representatives of other subcultures. But sometimes you have to sort things out with your brothers.This is exactly what happened on September 2, 1984. Two motorcycle clubs met in a fight, from which one will definitely not come out alive.

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Fastest Indian, USA / New Zealand / Switzerland / Japan, 2005, IMDB 7.8

Closes the selection of the best films about motorcycles and bikers with The World’s Fastest Indian, which tells the story of a real-life motorcycle racer from New Zealand Bertha Munro.The old racer, played by the legendary Anthony Hopkins, has been tuning the 1920 Indian Scout for decades in an effort to transform the bike into a true racing car.

An old man’s dream is to travel to the USA to race on the Bonneville circuit and set a speed record. No one believes that a retiree will succeed, and the road to the dream comes with many difficulties. But, as in reality, Bert still ends up in the United States. Of course, for the sake of artistic quality, the biography and details were slightly changed by the director, but in general, the tape is historically close to the truth.

Munro and his fastest Indian ©

The real motorcycle, on which Munro participated in the races, remained in the rider’s homeland, in the town of Invercargill. Now it belongs to the owner of the hardware store E. Hayes & Sons Ltd, who is a collector of retro technology. There you can also find replicas of the bike used for filming the tape.

One cotton? Or a thunderous ovation? By clapping more or less, you show which post is really worth something.

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Torque (2004)

Keri Ford is a biker to the core. Instead of blood, he has fuel running through his veins. One day he is brutally set up. Getting involved with drugs is a thankless job. Ford decides to temporarily leave the city. But he soon returns to prove his innocence.

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Chrome and Hot Leather (1971)

The hero served in the special forces. Finally, it’s time for him to find out what the world is. It seems that he will never fight again. However, Vietnam was not nearly as brutal as its hometown. Bikers were involved in the death of his girlfriend. Now a war will begin, which will end with the complete extermination of the scoundrels.

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Streets on Fire (1984)

In the fifties of the 20th century, bikers instilled fear in civilians.Ellen is a famous singer, but that didn’t save her from the dirty clutches of bikers. The scoundrels take her prisoner. Tom loved this girl once. It turns out that the feelings have not cooled down, and the guy goes to the rescue, not thinking about the consequences.

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Beyond the Law (1993)

Daniel chose the difficult profession of a police officer. And now he has to perform the most difficult part of it – the work undercover.He needs to lead a gang of bikers out into the open. Entering the image turned out to be too realistic. Now Daniel is not sure if he is exactly a servant of the law.

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Fastest Indian (2005)

Bert Monroe from New Zealand went down in history after he decided to create something unseen. He had a vintage Indian bike. The man decided that with this device it would be possible to set some good records.He goes to Utah to show the result of his painstaking work.

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Boys in Blue Uniform (1973)

Frank works on the roads. He is a patrolman whose official transport is a motorcycle. True, this is not his main dream. The slaughter department is the goal. Everything becomes more real when the hero begins to investigate the cause of the death of an unknown person.And the truth is getting shocking.

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Wild Angels (1966)

At the center of the story is a biker gang led by a young and ambitious leader. Motorcyclists did not share territory with Mexican bandits. The police intervene at the wrong time. One of the bikers ends up in the hospital. Of course, he must be saved.

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Mad Max II: The Road Warrior (1981)

When the apocalypse came, people survived as best they could. The hardest hit was the lack of energy. Fuel is the only worthwhile value in this charred world. Without gasoline, there is no way to continue to exist. Max continues to travel through the desert. And then he stumbles upon one of the few outposts.

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Express delivery (2011)

Ki Soo works as a regular courier. In fact, this job was made for him. He has a motorcycle that he rides. Moreover, the guy always delivers everything on time. Orders are becoming more and more expensive and urgent. And the next one can become fatal, which Ki does not want at all.

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Sons of Anarchy (2008)

Sons of Anarchy is one of the biker gangs.A small town lost in California, the place where these motorcyclists rule. The main task of the “Sons” is to cleanse the city of drug traffickers. They sell weapons themselves, and competitors understand the seriousness of their intentions.

This concludes our list of the best movies and TV series about bikers and their motorcycles. If you know something else similar about motorcyclists, write to us. ?

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Hell’s Angels, USA 1969, IMDB 5.4

Hell’s Angels is one of the first motorcycle films to focus on the illegal biker world. The tape is low-budget, with little-known actors in the lead roles, an uncomplicated script and very simple shooting. But, despite the flaws, the film was able to become a cult in certain circles, adding fame to “one percent”.

The Hell’s Angels plot centers on two brothers who are plotting to rob a casino.Having teamed up with the bikers of the legendary group Hells Angels, they turn things around. But not everything is so simple, it was not without setups and betrayals, so by the end of the film it becomes hotter.

Real Angels © Houston Chronicle

Among the interesting features of Hell’s Angels are two things. Firstly, some real representatives of “Angels” took part in the filming. Not on-screen bikers, as the director and screenwriter saw them, but real and not feigned.For example, Sonny Barger, one of the leaders of the club, “lit up” in the frame. Second, the movie is replete with footage of the classic motorcycles of the era. It can be a real delight for connoisseurs of old school bikes from the middle of the last century.

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