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Woman Creates Female-Only Destination In Finland Where Men Are Not Allowed

A real-life Themiscyra!


If you’re a woman who feels the need to get away from men for a while, Finland could be the next best destination for you. On an island off the coast of Findland is a female-dominated resort destination called SuperShe Island where men are strictly not allowed.

The resort was founded by entrepreneur Kristina Roth who decided it would be a great idea to have a women-only paradise. This place offers a relaxing retreat for women, free from male distraction.

Meet Kristina Roth, founder of SuperShe Island.

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This breathtaking island doesn't allow men.

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Although SuperShe is exclusively for females, Roth made it clear that she has nothing against the male species. Don’t get her wrong — she loves men. It’s just that while having restorative vacations in Calabasas, California, she observed how women acted when men are around.

“When there was a cute guy, women would put on lipstick. The idea [at SuperShe island] is, hey, focus on yourself — don’t try to get your hormones up.”

Since then, Roth decided to come up with a place dedicated to women. A place where they don’t feel the need to fix themselves just because men are around.

Roth chose Finland because it is where she found the man she's in love with.

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“His parents own an island on the archipelago, and he kept telling me, the island next door is for sale. I said, I’m not interested, I just bought a beautiful piece of land in Turks and Caicos — I’m really not interested.”

But then, Roth saw the place and she immediately changed her mind. She instantly fell in love with the 8.4-acre patch of wooded land.

Here's a luxe room found on the resort island.

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This island destination will definitely give you a relaxing time.

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SuperShe Island has 10 guest cabins and offers spa and adventure ativities.

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Women can also enjoy daily cooking courses, meditation and yoga classes, and fitness courses. So far, visitors to the SuperShe Island are from Roth’s inner circle but reservations will be open in July. Costs for the accommodation have yet to be determined.


Discover And Explore Magnificent Ancient Cave Churches In Cappadocia, Turkey

There are many fascinating things to see in Cappadocia Turkey – among them are the ancient cave churches.

When we think of churches, what immediately comes to mind are huge cathedrals with high ceilings, intricately carved arches, detailed and vibrant stained glasses and elegant spires. However, other churches can be beautiful and unique in their own way, just like how cave churches in Cappadocia, Turkey are.

The land of Cappadocia is not only famed for its hot air balloon festivals. The region also happens to be home to impressive ancient cave churches that are made from carvings on the rock formations in the area.

These fascinating churches have been carved out from soft rocks.

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15 Weird Travel Gadgets That Are Actually Useful

Seriously, these are all a must-have for travel enthusiasts!

Traveling – albeit tiring sometimes – is one of the most satisfying things a person can experience. And every travel, we get to discover new sceneries and culture. More importantly, we get to meet new people along the road. Still, we want to make sure that we feel comfortable and relaxed in our escapades.

Elite Readers has compiled a list of travel gadgets that are both weird and useful at the same time. They are guaranteed to help you enjoy and make your vacation worthwhile. Check them out below!

#1. Upright Sleeper

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A Hotel in Bolivia is Made Entirely of Salt

The chairs, tables, walls, and ceilings – everything.

Staying in this hotel means restraining yourself from licking the walls. Aptly named Palacio de Sal or Palace of Salt, this is the first hotel of its kind in the world. Created by architect Juan Quesada Valda in 1998, practically everything in this hotel is made of salt - the chairs, tables, walls, and ceilings. The surrounding area of the establishment had an abundance of sodium chloride, making the location a convenient choice.

Doctors may have prohibited us from eating too much salt, but being around salt is another matter. Salt has many healing properties and can improve one's breathing, uplift mood, and promote better sleep.

According to the hotel's website, the architect's goal in creating the hotel is "to provide visitors a place where they can find the balance with nature and enjoy a pleasant and unforgettable rest."

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