I know what you’re thinking:
10 grand? 20 grand? How much can this thing be?
Let me give you a hint so you can see the scale of this holiday: it spans for 2 whole years!
But I won’t give you the price. Not until the end, though.
Because first I want to give you the details so, when you DO see it, you won’t freak out that much.
Luxury website www.VeryFirstTo.com is offering a 2-year holiday that covers 962 places that are considered to be the most beautiful and culturally relevant in the world.
This “never before before journey”, as they like to call it, includes some of the most astounding places to visit on earth:
- the pyramids of Egypt
- the Taj Mahal in India
- Peru’s Machu Picchu
If you’re looking for an out of this world breakfast, try the omelet at Norma’s in Manhattan.
Why is it so special, you ask? If you do the math, the $1000 price isn’t exaggerated at all. Besides the (obvious) eggs, this omelet also contains over $600 worth of caviar and a full lobster.
Emile Castillo, the executive chef at Norma’s had this to say:
We knew it was going to be a very expensive dish, so we decided to have some fun with it. It tastes incredible, though. It’s not just a gimmick.
While Marisa Zafran, quoted by The Daily Mail admitted that:
[It] started out as a joke, we were playing around because it’s very on brand for us
I just couldn’t resist posting a few clips of the 2012 Jaguar cars.
As if the previous design wasn’t powerful enough. Just look at this introductory video where Design Director Ian Callum describes in detail all the little things they changed.
Let’s continue with a commercial of the 2012 Jaguar XF (470 HP Supercharge V8):
And another one with the Jaguar XFR, XKR-S and XJL Supersport 2012 models:
Here’s the 2012 Jaguar XKR-S ion more detail:
The commercials look nice and pretty because they’ve been made by the producing company. But let’s take a look at some unbiased opinions of knowledgeable people who actually put it to work:
Were you a jaguar fan before you landed on this page? if you weren’t, those videos probably got you thinking…
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