Dog Collar Bottle Opener

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Thanks for the beer Fido!
Bark4Beer makes the world’s best dog collar: a retractable bottle opener and dog collar in one. That means, no more searching for a bottle opener around your house, or at a pool party, bbq, or even at the beach – just call over your favorite four-legged friend and celebrate good times. Alright!
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‘See Through’ Bikini Lets You Tan All Over

 ‘See Through’ Bikini Lets You Tan All Over‘See Through’ Bikini Lets You Tan All Over

Kiniki’s tan-through bikini is made of a special fabric that allows sunlight to penetrate through microscopic holes.

It is the curse of sun-kissed holidays – the dreaded zebra crossing look caused by wearing swimwear on the beach. But tanlines could become a thing of the past after a firm developed a range of ‘see-through’ swimming costumes. (Pics)

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Dubai Hotel To Offer World’s First Refrigerated Beach

Dubai Hotel To Offer World’s First Refrigerated Beach 

 The refrigerated beach will include a system of heat-absorbing pipes built under the sand and giant wind blowers

The world’s first refrigerated beach is to be built at a luxury hotel in Dubai so the filthy rich holidaymakers don’t burn their feet on the scalding hot sand.

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Inflatable Church Makes it’s Debut on Adriatic coast

Inflatable Church Makes it’s Debut on Adriatic coast

 Would you trust this man to blow up your church?

Catholic nuns and priests in Italy are following their flocks to the beach this summer, establishing an inflatable church and a beach-convent in the sands to lure sunbathers.

The 30-metre long blow-up church – staffed by priests ready to take confession – will debut on Saturday on the Adriatic coast in the Molise region, an organizer said. (Pics)

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Art Circles In The Sand

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Extreme Sand Art

Most visitors to a beach are happy just writing their name in the sand.

But a coastal walk 12 years ago led Jim Denevan to a career in sand art that has seen him sculpt spectacular images on beaches and desert floors.

Among his creations is a 5km (three-mile) long spiral design in the Black Rock salt plain of Nevada.

The 47-year-old walked more than 160km (100 miles) to scrape his perfectly geometric shapes on to the desert floor using just garden tools and wooden sticks. The design took nine days to complete.

Mr Denevan, a surfer from California, said he sees the similarities between his art and crop circles in fields.

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