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Malta splendida villa per le tue vacanze

Questa lussureggiante villa dispone di un design all’avanguardia, tra cui una miscela di linee pulite e nitide, decorazioni minimaliste e materiali prestigiosi, che si combinano per produrre un flusso naturale tra le aree esterne e interne della proprietà.

Grandi porte in vetro sfocano le linee tra dentro e fuori, invitando quelle persone al coperto. La piscina stessa vi invita a fare un tuffo, che vanta una caratteristica Zen-like e un bordo infinito induttivo che ti fa sentire come sei veramente al di sopra del mondo.

La tranquillità regna una volta che tuffate in piscina e la vista spettacolare che in alto; L’intera valle si apre sotto di te, e il Mediterraneo scintillante può essere visto in ondulazione in lontananza. Il ponte soleggiato offre strutture per il pranzo all’aperto e sedie a sdraio, che vi consentono di rilassarvi con la vista mozzafiato della valle e del mare.

Vanessa Hudgens and the unexpected accessory to beat the heat

The singer has given with its complement “wild” for hair, that with which to guard against the sun (among other things)

 

We all have ours. A fedora hat, a cap with a visor, a raffia pamela, … When temperatures rise, they multiply – like loaves and fish – capillary accessories that fulfill a triple function: to attenuate the thermal sensation of heat, to protect our face from Sun rays and give us a more “dignified” air when we decide to embrace the summer and its philosophy: washed face, natural hair behind the beach and / or pool, excesses, etc.

The good weather opens the ban on many novelties in terms of style; There are, for example, botanical illustrations, short monkeys or fluorine colors. But Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin have shown us with their summer stylings that, among them, the obsession with hair complements and motives (already mentioned) prevail.

 

Vanessa Hudgens entrusts to the beret this triple function of refreshing, sheltering and beautifying the woman. Although the choice may be somewhat unexpected, the beret expands its life-span with the purpose of serving as effectively as autumn-winter looks like spring-summer looks; An exercise of reinvention proper to the fashion industry.

The ex girl Disney has found in a black model, abullonado and with a detail braided on the visor the cocktail of ingredients necessary to beat the heat and to dress up all its outfits, be it a fluid dress of sailor stripes with clogs or a cropped top And plastic flip-flops

The rules for a perfect gin tonic

We talked to the Cocktail Manager at the Gin Festival to let us know the secrets to preparing a gin tonic.

From bitter medicine to becoming one of the most popular drinkers in the world, gin and tonic has made its way. The story of this drink originated in British colonies and more precisely in the Indian subcontinent. Here in the second half of 1800 one of the greatest health threats was malaria, a disease that was fought with tonic water – that is, a quinine-prepared drink, an antimalarial extract from the bark of the china tree. But the sensible British palate did not like his excessively bitter taste. So settlers began to add to their tonic water one of their favorite distillates: gin.

 

Over the centuries, gin and tonic has reached virtually all corners of the world and has evolved and has changed shape. A change occurred on the one hand thanks to the courage of large and small (sometimes micro) distilleries, which without forgetting the juniper have experienced the use of new botanicals. From the standpoint of the mixologists who wanted to go beyond the borders of the always great, but not necessarily exciting, lemon slice.

The latest news comes from Spain. Here in recent years they have taken the most classic of British drinks and have revolutionized it both in the approach and in the flavor. Ordinary glass is the balloon piece, that is, a cup similar to wine. But the novelty is what is served in, that is, gin tonic where experimentation makes it a master with the addition of fruits, spices, bitters and even jams. The purpose is simple: create a refreshing drink and exalt the characteristics of each gin.

A school of thought that has crossed the boundaries of the Iberian peninsula and has even conquered Great Britain. Just think that GinFestival.com, an itinerant festival that is among the biggest gin-devoted British events, has embraced this philosophy. “The large cup of glass allows you to add a large amount of ice, while the tall stem helps keep the heat away from the drink, ensuring that you stay cooler longer,” explains GQ Peter Barrett, Cocktail Manager and Events Assistant at the Gin Festival. “Additionally,” he adds, “when the seal is added it allows for a visually appealing drink.”

To choose the right seal, he explains, one has to start from the main genome of gin and the set of botanicals used to create it. Most brands recommend the best way to serve their product and indicate what is best to put into their gin. But often the best thing is to play with the aromas and choose your own garnish. “First he tastes gin and tonic and tries to identify the words that best describe their character,” continues Barrett. “Is it lively and with the distinctive notes of lemon, delicate and floral, or has hectic and dry notes? Once you understand this you can use garnishes to enhance an aroma or add a contrast note to gin. ”

For gin citric try with coriander, basil or thyme. For those more floral lavender or cucumber. If grassy notes stand out, use rosemary or apple, while they dominate the spices spilled on orange, cloves or pepper. Finally if the gin is particularly dry it opts for pink grapefruit or lime.

From the theory to practice, the good news is that preparing a perfect gin tonic is simple. And the few ingredients it needs make it easy to serve both home and out (a few things try to sip a gin tonic during a boat trip).

The rules to follow according to Peter Barrett are not so many, but sacred. First, use a glass with a stem. Then do not skimp on the ice and put it a lot. Then add one or two shots of your favorite gin and gasket. Finally, complete with ⅔ or ¾ of a toner bottle of the best quality.

“Today there are so many versatile and interesting ginos with an infinite variety of aromas and styles, which means that there is really a real gin out there for anyone,” says Barrett.

“There are also many high quality toner brands available to accompany these gin, which means there is still plenty to explore and you can discover ever-changing new flavor combinations. The choice you have today with G & T, “concludes,” is infinite. “

Take yourself far out of the ordinary at Villa.

 

From this luxury villa’s perch above a quiet cove on the Andaman Sea, only one other set of lights is visible at night—the ultimate in a scenic private location.

A full staff and the contemporary, Asian-influenced interiors of this vacation rental will ease you into the laid-back Phuket lifestyle in no time.

Your holiday at Villa begins with an airport transfer and includes the services of a chef, housekeeper, security staff and property manager, making it the perfect

destination for a relaxed family getaway or honeymoon away from it all.

Spend your time taking in the views—and soaking in the tropical sun—from the expansive outdoor living area,

which includes rows of loungers by an infinity pool, shaded sitting and dining areas, and a barbecue.

Inside, the property features spa and exercise rooms, a bar and lounge, a sound system, and even a library.

Simple elegance defines the look and feel of the villa’s interiors.

Neutral-toned sofas and sectionals, cool charcoal-hued tile floors and walls of windows keep the multiple living rooms

refined yet airy, while built-in cabinets add an understated, thoughtful touch to a dining room that seats sixteen.

Flat-fronted white cabinets and contrasting black countertops in the fully equipped kitchen are a study in minimalist chic.

The seven bedrooms at Villa are split between the guest pavilion and the arrival pavilion; all have en-suite bathrooms, balconies and ocean views.

There are six bedrooms in the guest pavilion: four with king beds, lounge areas and al-fresco showers, and two with two twin beds each.

The arrival pavilion has one bedroom with a king bed, its own living area and an outdoor shower.

In spite of the villa’s hidden-away location on a quiet cove, it’s only a 10-minute drive from Kamala Beach, known for its beautiful sand and trendy beach clubs.

The property is also close to Patong Beach,

Surin Beach, FantaSea and even Laguna Golf Phuket. Make the short drive into central Phuket and board an excursion from the Royal Phuket

Marina or sample local specialties from the night market.