55 Things to Do before You Die


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The 55 things listed in a A->Z format.
  1. Add a Lock to the Love Lock Bridge in Paris
  2. Adopt a rescue pet
  3. Attend a cop-raided party
  4. Bathe in Milk
  5. Break a Guinness World Record
  6. Climb a mountain
  7. Conquer a fear
  8. Disconnect for a week
  9. Donate Blood
  10. Donate your hair for cancer
  11. Drink Beer at Oktoberfest in Germany
  12. Eat something you wouldn’t usually
  13. Feel Great in a Swimsuit
  14. Follow a dream
  15. Get a ‘regrettable make out’ story
  16. Get arrested
  17. Get in a mud fight
  18. Get in an ice snow fight
  19. Get your fortune read
  20. Give a Shelter Pet a Home
  21. Give your lunch to a homeless person
  22. Go on an aimless drive
  23. Go stargazing
  24. Go to a major sporting event
  25. Google yourself
  26. Grow your own food
  27. Host a cocktail party
  28. Host Christmas / Diwali / Ramzan
  29. Karaoke with your Siblings / Best Friends
  30. Learn a foreign language
  31. Learn a new skill
  32. Leave a note for a stranger
  33. Let Go of a Floating Lantern in Thailand
  34. Live in a different country
  35. Make a Call from a London Phone Booth
  36. Make something from scratch
  37. Pilot an aircraft
  38. Practice (Rehearse) Sex with your Friend
  39. Protest something
  40. Research your family tree
  41. Ride in a limo
  42. Skinny dip
  43. Sleep on the beach
  44. Sleep under the stars
  45. Sleepover somewhere haunted
  46. Stay awake for 24 hours
  47. Stop Socializing (Social Media)
  48. Swim in the ocean
  49. Swim under a waterfall
  50. Take a cocktail making course
  51. Take part in a city running event
  52. Visit all seven continents
  53. Volunteer at a soup kitchen
  54. Watch all of the top 100 IMDB Films
  55. Watch all those damn movies everyone keeps talking about

Beer – Men’s Anti-Stress Medicine


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Smoking Causes Cancer and Drinking is injurious to Regular Health and Sexual Life

I am back after almost a month’s time. There is no harm in the disclaimer statement above, because it has been clinically proved. I could smell people crazily guessing about my absence and this blog post. To clarify intensively, I am not a drunkard. There was a very interesting discussion about drinking beer between me and one of my socially drinking best friend. He was giving various satisfying points why one should drink. Though I wanted to share them in this post, before that I wanted to share something which was very interesting and the area which I made the research for more than 45 days to get an absolute clarity.

From all, he was very strong that he should drink beer before having food or while having food but never after food. He was partially right in his statement. Yes, beer or any alcoholic drink during food is good. But before food, it is highly harmful. After the analysis and references from the case studies carried out earlier this was my conclusion. The BAV (Blood Alcoholic Value) drastically increases when the alcoholic drinks are consumed in empty stomach. Occasional drinkers, it is OK. For those who consume frequently they should strictly avoid drinking before food. Beer is a good digestive rich in proteins and fiber.

Beer Kokula Krishna Hari KunasekaranIt is always advised to plan your drink always. Like drinking with best friends would be a better suggestion than with someone who is not known to you. Always have one such friend who will be able to assist you or if you are in a group, depute someone and request them not to drink. Obviously, drinking is a fun, but think about the aftermath. Measure the quantity which you drink, this would be great to chart it out.

Drinking beer reduces stress greatly and can enhance your sleep quality. Beer hydrates your body in a greater level. It is also good for increasing the bone density. Beer Drinkers have 40-50% less cardiac arrests. They can also escape from Type-2 diabetics. And after all, slight intake of beer is good for physical relationship. The tolerable mildness of beer can stimulate your body and help the segregation.

Finally, drinking is a pleasureful activity. As well all expect it to be perfectly brewed, drinking that also should be in a perfectly crafted glasses. The glass in which we drink is also more important. Another senior friend of mine use to say choosing the glass is similar to that of choosing a right woman for the night. Though the meaning is little bit bad, it still weighs right at this context. Follows the trail of image of Beer Glass.

Beer Glasses - Kokula Krishna Hari Kunasekaran

Hong Kong – The round clock city to Enjoy


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After almost a month, I am back to write at these blogs.

Hong Kong comes alive at night, abuzz with diners, revelers, theater goers and even market traders still out plying their wares. The nightlife scene is rightly legendary: there is something to do at every time of the day in this city that never sleeps. The nightlife options are too numerous to mention, but below you’ll find just a sample of what’s on offer: from cultural performances through to late-night party venues and midnight feasts. You can also spend a whole night in Wan Chai with our guide to one of the city’s most renowned night owl destinations.

Hong Kong Kokula Krishna Hari K

So you’re after a good time? You’ve definitely come to the right city! Hong Kong boasts entertainment galore and most of it kicks off after sunset. Whether you’re after a classy cocktail in a trendy bar, live entertainment that beats through the night, a late-night snack to quell those hunger pangs or even a midnight run, Hong Kong is the city to oblige.

If you’ve already heard of Hong Kong’s crazy all-night vibe, then it’s surely because of the sheer number of bars of all shapes and sizes. Most first-timers head straight to the thoroughfares of Lan Kwai Fong in Central, which are packed full of bars and nightclubs, with revelers spilling out onto the streets at all hours. However away from this main draw, lots of trendy niche bars are opening up for a slightly more cultural experience.

For a really cultured night out, you should seek out an authentic Cantonese opera performance. Sunbeam Theatre is one of Hong Kong’s most historic theaters, having been founded in 1972 by a troupe of Shanghai immigrants, and it’s renowned for its Chinese traditional art performances—Cantonese opera in particular. Many of the Cantonese opera stars of note will have trod these boards at one point in their careers, so you’ll certainly find authentic performances here, held most days of the week in its two auditoriums. Another unique theater venue with a proud history is the Fringe Club, one of the city’s foremost art spaces that’s been providing a platform for artists since 1984. There is always something creative going on here, so whether you’re after a Shakespeare rendition, a stand-up comedy show, a live music gig, an art exhibition or a poetry evening, then be sure to look up the Fringe Club’s events calendar while you’re here.

If you’re looking for a more active nighttime activity then head out on the Bowen Road Fitness Trail. Positioned half way up to the Peak, this popular 4-kilometer-long running and walking trail is safe and well-lit at night, with lookout points that furnish vistas across to Kowloon and beyond. Mid-way along the route you’ll discover Lovers’ Rock, a boulder which is said to have the power to grant happy marriages. You’ll often find worshippers making a beeline for this pilgrimage site, which sits loftily above the city. Not only is this trail a great location for a spot of nighttime exercise, but you’ll also find memorable skyline views from here, minus the crowds.

Hong Kong’s nightlife is legendary and you’ll be sure to feel the vibe too after trying some of these suggestions. But whatever you do while you’re here, just be sure to capture the city’s skyline view at night—it’s one experience that will stay with you forever. The special crocodile meat available in the mid-night could be one of the most crowdy place.


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