Cat Café

It is not every day that you get to enjoy a cup of coffee or a delicious meal in a quirky café or restaurant. For this reason, a chance to do exactly just that is something that should not be missed. The growing number of themed eating haunts nowadays makes it easier to find unusual places to savor good food and drinks. And here are just some of the unusual cafes and restaurants around that world that you may want to visit at some point.

100% Chocolate Café (Tokyo, Japan)
100% Chocolate Café
Why go: Chocolate-themed café that serves over 50 varieties from their impressive chocolate library, beautiful interiors, cozy and a veritable haven for chocolate lovers

Cat Cafés (Tokyo, Japan)
Cat Café
Why go: Cat-themed cafes that have long been popular in Japan, several neko cafes to choose from when in Tokyo, play or cozy up with cats while enjoying your favorite food and drinks

Dinner in the Sky (Jurmala, Latvia)
Dinner in the Sky
Why go: Dine in high altitude, enjoy your food and drinks while sitting on dining chairs hoisted over 150 feet up in the air, can also be experienced in other cities like in Montreal in Canada

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant ( Rangali Island, Maldives)
Why go: Dine under the sea, an underwater restaurant where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the marine life around you

Maid Cafés ( Tokyo, Japan)
Maid Café
Why go: Maid-themed café that has long been one of Japan’s famous attractions, girls wearing maid outfits serve guests who are treated like masters or mistresses

Modern Toilet (Taipei, Taiwan)
Modern Toilet
Why go: Toilet-themed café with interiors that make you feel like you are dining inside a huge bathroom, dishes are served in bowls like toilet bowls, desserts that look like poops

Ninja Akasaka (Tokyo, Japan)
ninja waiter
Why go: Ninja-themed cafe, a ninja lovers’ hub, interiors that have mysterious hallways and dining booths, a ninja dining experience

Restaurant for Singles (South Korea)

Why go: Where singles can dine in peace – or get instant dates

Unusual Places For Woodworking



Hearing about or reading about woodworking, what comes first into your mind? Is it located in a sawmill? In a garage? How about in a bedroom? Or in a shed?

You see, woodworking can also be done in places like a dungeon or a van.

Check out this untouched 18-century-old woodworking shop, too!

Yes, you read that right.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you other unusual places for woodworking…

A Room Corner

No matter how small or how big your space is, you can always make room for woodworking – especially if you are really passionate about making wood products by hand. A Japanese-based woodworker named Aaron Dye only has a 36-square feet workspace and an 18-inch tall workbench. What’s more interesting? This space of his, no matter how small, has become an inspiration for both traditional and modern woodworking – all because of its stool design, which is similar to ones used in temples for meditation; and its wood type, which is made of Japanese cedar that has a buff finish.

A Patio

Most of us, if not all, would love to have a patio in their front or backyards. Now, how about a patio being a woodworking shop? Cool, right? That’s what a woodworker named Stephany Wilkes did. Although she did look for an inexpensive place for woodworking, she ended up on what’s truly best for her craft: a patio woodworking shop in her backyard, complete with a laminated pressboard for making benches. What’s more, she doesn’t need to go far just to rest after a long working day – or even spend more on business space rent.

A Trailer

If a woodworking shop can be done in vans, why not make something from wood in trailers? Just think of it as going on road trips or visiting someone you love in another city. In addition, trailer woodworking shops, like what Nevada-based Jose Salazar has, is one heck of a ride – not just for him and his family, but also for those looking to personally see how it’s like to make something from wood. And if you want, given that you’re also planning to have one for your woodworking venture, you can offer woodworking lessons – and yes, while on the road.

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Do you know any other unusual places for woodworking? Share them with us on the comments section below!

Unique Parks To Visit This Summer


Summer is finally here! Add in a nice pair of sunglasses, a stylish set of swimsuit,  and a refreshing glass of smoothie, which you can make by using those seen in, and you’re all set for the best vacation of your life – whether you’re just swimming, scuba diving, mountain climbing, or rock climbing.

But if you’re looking to see and experience something new, here are some unique parks to visit this summer:

Dinosaur Valley State Park

Located in the Somervell County of Texas, the Dinosaur Valley State Park will definitely leave your mouth open in awe. Layered formations of limestones, sandstones, and mudstones that go way back in the Cretaceous Period about 113 million years ago can be found here. And these formations are not just layered. These are also sculpted by the Paluxy River itself, truly making it a sight to behold.

Dry Tortugas National Park

dry tortugas national park

Located in Florida, this park is well-known for the country’s largest all-masonry fort – the Fort Jefferson, which goes way back in the 19th century. Primarily built as the Gulf of Mexico’s gateway, it’s also home to out-of-this world arches and brickworks. The place also offers snorkeling, camping, and even bird-watching while relaxing on the shores.

Sparky Park

Located in Austin, Texas, the Sparky Park is a wonderful place for both art lovers and history enthusiasts. From being an electrical substation, this “eccentric” park is now filled with beauty – thanks to one of Austin’s local artists. Moreover, people have added to its beauty some of their memoirs in glass, stones, marbles, and even names on items engraved on their walls.

Great Basin National Park

great basin national park

Located in Nevada, this park is simply an epitome of the uniqueness’ definition itself. The Lehman Caves is found here, a marble cave best known for having an ornate decoration of stalactites, stalagmites, helictites, flowstone, and other rare shield formations. You can also go fishing at the Baker Creek or the Summit Wheeler Peak, both of which has stunning views across and all over.

Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park

Located in Houston, Texas, the Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park is one you will never forget. You don’t even have to go through a deep forest just to see beautiful waterfall cascading down towards a nearby river. Nicknamed “The Waterwall,” this place is deemed a central part of Houston itself where picnics and concerts are held – along with stunning waterwall backdrops and relaxing waterwall sounds.

Enjoy your summer vacation!

Hidden Wonders Of A Sawmill


Ever wondered how sawmills are different from other great places for leisure?

Here are some hidden wonders of a sawmill:

  • People. If you think cutting down trees is easy, think again. Despite having various tools and machines, sawyers are the ones making it possible for the job to be done. Aside from that, the responsibilities of these professionals in the sawmill industry are not only limited to cutting down trees. They are also responsible for making sure that the cut down trees are brought for production without any delays, cut into the right sizes, used for the right purposes, and finally – made into beautiful wood products.
  • Equipment. While others might think that having the usual equipment is normal for any kind of processing business, the ones found on sawmills are in a completely different level. That’s because some of these equipment go way back into history – with others even existing since the 18th century. In other words, the equipment used in sawmills didn’t just stood against the test of time, but also proved how sturdy, durable, and reliable these are to keep up with the demands of consumers until now.

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  • Process. From the moment big trees are cut down until the wood product is finished, the sawmill industry’s method of providing both raw and finished wood materials for commercial and industrial sectors all over the world is a hidden wonder itself. That’s because of the amount of time and effort sawyers have to put into making sure that everything is according to their consumers’ demands, as well as the equipment being used that even goes way back into 18th century.
  • Surroundings. Gone are those days where you only get to see, hear, and experience the sawmill industry as just this: a processing business. Today, sawmills offer a wide range of recreational activities such as camping and hiking. You and your family can even go rowing and fishing, in case there’s a nearby lake. Aside from that, these recreational activities prove that the sawmill industry truly makes the effort to protect and conserve nature at its best – despite what others are saying.

Indeed, there are hidden wonders in a sawmill. Aside from that, these wonders teach us the value of people, equipment, process, and surroundings in the lives of those who truly make time and effort working hard and protecting the beauty of nature at the same time.

So, what are you waiting for?

Go and experience this kind of wonder yourself in a sawmill near you.

Dongchuan Red Land

The world is filled with interesting, extraordinary, and unique places. Some are known to many while others remain hidden, waiting to be discovered by more people. Coming up with a list of unusual and weird things to see and do may be a challenge given the numerous wonders out there. But here are some of the strange sights in the world that you may want to see and experience in your travels.

1. Aogashima Volcano, Tokyo, Japan
What makes this unusual: A double volcano – i.e. an island that is a volcanic crater where another volcano sits; isolated and accessible only by boat or helicopter, home to roughly 200 residents,
Village in a volcanic island, lush forests and breathtaking views, stunning view of the night sky from the island

2. Aokigahara, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
Aokigahara Forest
What makes this unusual: Famously known as Japan’s suicide forest, sometimes referred to as Japan’s Demon Forest or Suicide Forest; hundreds of confirmed deaths

3. Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina
What makes this unusual: A picturesque village that sits beside a river that looks surreal, home to a historical Tekija or Dervish monastery

4. Cat Island, Ishinomaki, Japan
What makes this unusual: The island of Tashirojima where the cat population outnumbers the human residents, popular destination for cat lovers and the curious

5. Dongchuan Red Land, China
Dongchuan Red Land
What makes this unusual: An extraordinary sight of red land made even more colorful by green vegetation, the reddish brown color is attributed to the iron and copper deposits the area is known for

6. Glass Beach, Fort Bragg, California
Glass Beach
What makes this unusual: Known for its colorful sea glass, an area that used to be a dump site

7. Hoia Baciu Forest, Romania
Hoia Baciu
What makes this unusual: Also referred to as the Haunted Forest or the Bermuda Triangle of Romania; as the latter suggests, the place has been associated with several disappearances of people who have gone missing, stories of UFO sightings also abound

8. Jacob’s Well, Texas, USA
What makes this unusual: A 30-foot deep underwater cave, swimming hole or “well” that is not for the faint of heart or weak swimmers

9. Kryziu Kalnas, Šiauliai, Lithuania
Kryziu Kalnas
What makes this unusual: Hill Of Crosses, roughly 100,000 stand in this place where locals used to go to mourn the dead who were victims of war

10. Leap Castle, County Offaly, Ireland
Leap Castle
What makes this unusual: Said to be one of the world’s most haunted castles, stories surrounding the castle include it being a place of many gruesome murders and horrifying slaughters in the past, associated with a phenomenon called “The Elemental”

11. Rock-cut tombs in Myra, Lycia, Turkey
Rock-cut tombs in Myra
What makes this unusual: Rock tombs located in the ancient Lycian Myra, a stunning necropolis

12. Son Doong Cave, Quang Binh Province, Vietnam
Son Doong Cave
What makes this unusual: The Hang Sơn Đoòng is a massive cave; some of the attractions within the cave include a lush jungle and a river, a cave that is said to have its own climate

13. The Catacombs of Paris, France
Catacombs of Paris
What makes this unusual: A massive ossuary located underground, home to millions of skeletal remains, some refer to it as the city of the dead

14. The Door to Hell, Derweze , Turkmenistan
Door to Hell
What makes this unusual: An abandoned gas field, continues to burn after it has been set on fire more than 40 years ago

15. Wulingyuan, China
What makes this unusual: Home to several quartzite sandstone pillars many of which are over 600 feet in height, sits in the midst of stunning landscape with breathtaking natural scenery, attractions include the Bridge Across the Sky and the Bridge of the Immortals