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Rarest Celebrity Photos Ever Taken

We searched the internet for the rarest celebrity photos ever taken and have compiled quite the interesting list. 

There are some seriously valuable photographs of the world’s biggest stars.

Legends and infamous people make up our awesome list of over-the-top pictures.

Prepare to be overwhelmed with amazingness. 

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The Most Ethical Tourist Destinations in 2017

There are spectacular destinations that are still doing their part to make the world a better place through their amazing ethical guidelines.

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When you travel you want to make sure that you are traveling responsibly. That is a very noble concern that a lot of people don’t really take all that seriously. However, traveling can indeed be very wasteful if you don’t pay attention. What you bring to travel as well as your destination can make a big difference in how environmental you are being while you travel. It is important to pack the right things but it is also important to try and support places that are doing their part to make a difference in the world. By giving these helpful places your money, you will help them exist and keep them moving forward. A lot of people think they have to sacrifice in order to travel somewhere that is ethically groovy, but that is just not the case. There are spectacular destinations filled with eye-catching delights and 5-star amenities that are still doing their part to make the world a better place through their amazing ethical guidelines.

 

Belize
Belize has recently been making huge leaps to switch over to renewable energy. There was a 10-island challenge made to the Carribean to try and get these islands switched off of using regular electricity and to explore renewable sources. Belize took this challenge and met it head on with their goal to ultimately become 100% renewable. THat is a lofty goal, but definitely an admirable one. Also, who doesn’t want to visit Belize?

 

Cape Verde
Cape Verde or Cabo Verde is a small island off the coast of West Africa. This place uses about 50% renewable energy and has been applauded for its work in the realm of gender equality. Cape Verde has become a goto for how to treat your nation and Planet Earth.

 

Chile
Chile is one of the best countries to visit in all of South America. It is beautiful and fun as well as being incredibly ethical. This country rocks an astounding 98% literacy rate. This country is also known for going above and beyond when it comes to taking care of their farm animals which is very admirable. There are so many reasons to visit this incredible country and now there are even more.

 

Costa Rica
Costa Rica is a popular tourist destination already and now it should become even more popular thanks to its amazing environmental protection. This awesome country goes above-and-beyond to make sure that the beauty of the nature around these parts is here to stay for a very long time. It is really no wonder why Costa Rica was recently named the happiest country on Earth.

 

Dominica
Dominica is breathtakingly beautiful and amazingly ethical as well. The Carribean island does a big part to take a stand against the whaling industry and continues to wow with its ability to produce hydropower. Sustainable tourism is a big industry in Dominica, so you can travel here without adding much to your carbon footprint. Now that’s what I call an awesome vacation.

 

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The New Luxury Hotel In Iceland’s Blue Lagoon

Now the Blue Lagoon is about to get even better thanks to a luxury hotel that is planning on opening directly next to the awesome warm bathing waters.

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The Blue Lagoon in Iceland is a tourist destination that has been growing in popularity each and every year. People flock from all over the world to visit this incredible geothermal spa. Located amongst a lava field these incredible mineral-rich waters that are so deep blue have to be seen to be believed. Now the Blue Lagoon is about to get even better thanks to a luxury hotel that is planning on opening directly next to the awesome warm bathing waters.

 

 

The Moss Hotel has 62 rooms, a delectable restaurant, appropriately named the Moss Restaurant, and a spa named Lava Cove. The goal of this town is to combine nature with luxury and hospitality. Not only is this place incredibly luxurious, and beautifully scenic, but it is environmentally responsible as well. The hotel will incredibly make use a geothermal power station that runs on waste seawater. So you can feel good about your stay and you can feel good at your stay as well when you take advantage of some awesome spa treatments.

 

 

This hotel looks seriously sick and it is so decadent that you will hate to check out. The location of this place leaves you right next to Iceland’s international airport so tourists can pop in just for a couple hours if they have a layover. Experiencing the beautiful rooms that look out onto the lagoon is something that will stick with you for the rest of your life.

 

 

Laid upon the volcanic rock, the setting for the Moss Hotel is truly awe-inspiring. No matter what side you’re looking out at, you will be blown away by Iceland’s stunning beauty. The restaurant celebrates Icelandic cuisine by bringing flavors from all the different parts that make Iceland so special. You will have food that literally comes from all over this amazing island. Your taste buds will take you on an adventure from the mountains, down to the farmlands, then all the way to the oceans. Experience the finest food that the country of Iceland has to offer and you will be blown away by just how fantastic all the fresh flavors really are.

 

 

The spa is actually carved into the 800-year-old lava flow which is something simply to marvel at. You can’t have a hotel here with a spa that does not take advantage of the Blue Lagoon, that would be a complete waste and the Moss Hotel’s spa does not drop the ball. You will feel like you’re on an alien planet when you hit this spa. Now, that is how it’s done.

A visit to Iceland is not complete without a trip to the Blue Lagoon so might as well stay there in style at one of the 62 rooms inside the Moss Hotel. You will never be treated as well as you are inside this unbelievable luxury hotel and the sites to see are unparalleled. This place knows how to do a luxurious hotel stay.

 

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Tim Duncan Steps Up When The Virgin Islands Needs Him Most

NBA great Tim Duncan is really putting his money where his mouth is, as he returns to his homeland of the Virgin Islands to help in hurricane relief. 

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NBA great Tim Duncan is really putting his money where his mouth is, as he returns to his homeland of the Virgin Islands to help in hurricane relief. This is Duncan’s third trip back to the U.S. Birgin Islands since September when two category 5 hurricanes decimated the island. Back to back storms Irma and Maria ravaged the small island nation with heavy rain, 150 mph winds and devastating storm surges. Now Tim has dedicated his time, money and resources to rebuild his home islands.

 

Immediately following the first hurricane, Duncan started an online crowdsourcing campaign aimed at reaching a million dollars and he even pledged to match the first million. What a bold and thoughtful move, especially since no nations were stepping up.
Duncan was 13 when hurricane Hugo ravaged his island nation, so he knows first hand how difficult it is to rebuild after this sort of tragedy. He vowed to help his former home and he actually is doing it. Many times when celebrities offer their help, its all show, not with Tim, he’s the real deal.

 

16 months after he retired from the NBA, Tim is surrounded by fellow volunteers as he sets up tables for food distribution. SOme of the people ask for pictures and autographs, but that doesn’t bother him, as long as the line keeps moving and the people get fed.
This trip Duncan personally delivered an entire plane full of supplies, food, and medicine. The kind of stuff these people need the most, so he knows just how important this really is.

 

 

On this day, they originally planned to feed 500 people but ended up feeding 2200.
Duncan grew angry over the US government’s lack of urgency with relief efforts, even though the Virgin Islands are an American territory. That’s why he started the crowdsourcing fund which to date has raised over $2.6 million.

 

Duncan said, “I don’t have a Facebook or a Twitter or anything, but holy s–t if social media isn’t the way to go.” None of this incredible relief effort would’ve even happened without Tim’s initial push.
Duncan didn’t just rush into this because he wanted to do it right. We have all heard horror stories about charities trying to help but end up failing miserably. He wouldn’t let this happen so he got help from his trusted advisor Wendy Kowalik.

 

Wendy interviewed San Antonio food banks to figure out the best ways to get bulk food and she researched airplane charters to get the food and supplies to the Virgin Islands.
So far Duncan alone has helped feed 10,000 of the islands’ 50,000 inhabitants and he has only gotten started. He said, “Sh*t happens, and you fix it…”

 

Duncan went on to say, “It’s only been a month and already people are forgetting about Harvey and what happened to Houston.” He continued, “Six months from now, people will forget about what happened here, even if there’s still no power on the islands. People have lost their homes and they’ve lost their shops. They’ve lost everything. Buildings are damaged and roads are ruined. I don’t know how to fix those things, but I didn’t know how to raise money or do food distribution or charter jets, and we figured all that out. We’ll figure this out, too. We’ll figure out how to rebuild the islands.”

 

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