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When it comes to water efficiency, this range of outdoor showers has an environmental conscience.
With the ongoing concern for drought conditions and water restrictions, Rainware has developed a range of outdoor showers to save you water. Built to withstand the harsh conditions of Australia’s climate, Rainware products are designed and manufactured on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and are available worldwide.
The Noosa Pool Shower, with its graceful curve, freestanding construction and unique hot water option, makes it easy to appreciate what sets this outdoor shower apart from traditional outdoor showers of the past.
With its clean architectural appearance and easy
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Water quality is an extremely important concept in fish keeping, as deviations from ideal conditions can lead to direct or indirect damage to fish. By maintaining good water quality you can therefore keep your fish healthy & in top condition.
Water Quality Requirements Most fish keepers are aware of the need for maintaining certain water quality standards, in order to keep their fish healthy. Deviations from these requirements can lead to stress, physical damage, and eventually ill-health. For the purposes of keeping fish, it is perhaps useful to think of water quality in two parts — basic requirements and specific
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HARRY FAYT tells Will Roberts that his love for creating beautiful underwater images is anchored deep in his past.
From his home in Liege, Belgium, Harry Fayt recalls how as a child, his passion for the submarine world landed him in hospital.
At a young age, Harry, now 33, suffered from ear problems and as a result had to wear special plugs which stopped him from submerging his head in water. But time and time again, temptation got the better of him. «I didn’t want to swim at the surface, I wanted to go down, under the water,» he says.
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Executive chef Brad Ball of Steenberg Vineyards’ Bistro Sixteen82 in Cape Town gets creative with eggs
Compiled by Raphaella Frame-Tolmie Photographs Sean Calitz Recipes and food product on Brad Ball
BEEF TARTARE WITH BEET PUREE, CRISPY QUAIL EGG AND DROPS OF TRUFFLE OIL
For the beef tartare: ■ 400g local beef fillet, chopped very finely by hand ■ 10g gherkins, finely chopped ■ 10g capers, finely chopped ■ 10g red onion, finely chopped ■ 2T tomato sauce ■ 1t Dijon mustard ■ 5 drops of Tabasco ■ 1T olive oil
■ 1t Worcestershire sauce ■ 1 egg yolk ■ salt
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Spring clean your outdoor surfaces and furniture.
Spring is in the air! The days are growing warmer and the sweet scent of flowers fills the senses. After cold winter rains, winds and frosts, outdoor spaces are in definite need of a spruce up. So it’s time to shake off those winter blues and get spring-cleaning outdoors. To start, cast a critical eye around your outdoor spaces and make a list of the chores you’ll need to do to take your outdoor areas from winter drab to springtime fab.
ALL HANDS ON DECK
Hose down your outdoor decks and stain or
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Now few people remember that it is the «Delta» was a pioneer of becoming civilized fishing tourism in the Lower Volga. And it is on the «Delta» was born is now a popular form of mass fishing activities — are for the first time was held a fishing festival. And besides, all this time, «Delta» was not just a place of relaxation and comfort anglers — it has become a springboard for the creation of a plurality of information materials published in our magazine. Throughout this time framework to develop and modernize. A few years ago there was a modern
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Vertical symbol of the International Exhibition of Saragossa Expo 2008 was a tower Water Tower, which houses the exhibition «Water for Life». From the beginning, she had to look not only to attract visitors, but also be a place where they go up and down, watching the exhibits, a water park and the eastern side of the Spanish city of Zaragoza. The upper part of the building is a glass structure 73 meters in height.
The building plan in the shape of a falling drop, and its diagonal profile takes different forms depending on where you look at the building.
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Make a paste by mixing salt, soda, flour and a few drops of water. Wipe it metal cranes and they sparkle like new.
Wipe it immediately after cooking or washing dishes, leaving for later.
Pour vinegar into a spray bottle, shake and sprinkle the tabletop to remove grease and stains, and then wipe with a dry cloth (if countertop stone, use warm water and a damp sponge). Do not use abrasive cleaners and try to get dirty countertop. Soda perfectly eliminates odors and works as a cleaning abrasive agent. Put it in the refrigerator in a
Continue reading Clean the shelves in the cabinets. Vacuum the inside of their fine crumbs with a hand vacuum cleaner if it is not, use a simple vacuum cleaner and crevice tool. Then take the old plastic card and clean off her sticky spots on the jam or honey.
Old-world splendor meets the latest in riverboat luxury on a languid cruise through the waterways of Belgium and Holland
BY CHRISTOPHER P. HILL
Has it really taken me 40 years (and I’m being generous here) to discover the unhurried pleasures of riverboat cruising? It’s inexplicable, really—I’ve always loved traveling over water, whether it be aboard a Turkish feribot bound for Bodrum, a Halong Bay junk, or a ketch in the Java Sea. Even a ride on rickety Star Ferry still gives me a kick. Big cruise ships, admittedly, have never been my thing—too crowded, too busy, too, well, cruise-shippish. But
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