Rich Mine 2 Xmas Pack
by Lisa Topiol
As a little girl I was in love with Hello Kitty. I had pencils, pens, stationary, purses, keychains, even a trashcan! Basically, when I got older my obsession lessened and eventually disappeared, but there's still a special place in my heart for Hello Kitty and her cute, mouthless smile. To this day, when I come across something from Sanrio, I fall instantly in love. I love that Urban Outfitters has this adorable Hello Kitty Puzzle Head for sale because it's a great piece to remind me of my childhood and looks great in an office, or to entertain younger guests who visit your house. This puzzle is an awesomely cute stocking stuffer or gift for a friend and anyone who spent their youth obsessed with Sanrio will get a kick out of this adorable 3D puzzle! I love the use of pink and white, and Hello Kitty seriously looks adorable! Sure, I don't really need something like this for my house, but I know I must have it! This little kitty is going to become your instant computer desk buddy!Where to Buy - Urban OutfittersPrice - $18.00Who Found It - Ltopiol was the first to add the 'Hello Kitty Puzzle Head' to the Hive.
In the South African language of Tswana, Molori means "to dream". Just a visit to the Molori Safari Lodge's Web site will whisk you away to dreamland. One on one with nature's most majestic of savanna wildlife, the resort is an intimate, 5-suite retreat that only houses a maximum of 10-12 people within its exquisite construction, consisting most notably of a rustic-African design that also models international style you might find at a budgetless Pier 1 Imports. The two-year old resort-sponsored "game drives" make it perfect for close-encounters of the jungle-cat kind. Each regally-decked suite's telescope (not to mention the resort's on-site planetarium) make it perfect for uncovering your inner-Galileo. The collapsible glass wall of the suites invite your vacation to the outdoors and, quite perfectly, your personal infinity pool indoors. This place is so perfect, A-listers like Nicholas Cage, Mischa Barton, Lily Allen, Kate Moss and Fran Cutler have been among the baller-guests who shell out over $4,000 a night to stay in this dream-like paradise. Money is of no object in dreams, and South African designer Stephen Falcke spared no expense in creating the five traditionally and internationally decorated, openly constructed abodes. As if being surrounded by the rugged reserve terrain weren't enough of an indulgence, guests enjoy some signature pieces like a Fendi daybed and a Phillip Plein swingbed in their room, and even first-class arrival options as the resort has its own airstrip and helipad. All the more, your tongue is treated to a retreat all its own with fine-dining crafted per your personal requests. On an intimacy scale, there's something to be said about a place where you feel more camaraderie from the beasts of the safari than you do other hotel inhabitants. Molori Safari Lodge is more than a triple threat in the middle of South Africa's brush. This main attraction brings danger and adventure alongside sexy extravagance in a way that makes even the Web browser not want to wake up from the dream!