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According to the Japanese tradition, drinking water on an empty stomach (drinking eater when you wake up) has a wide range of health benefits.

According to the Japanese tradition, drinking water on an empty stomach (drinking eater when you wake up) has a wide range of health benefits.

According to the Japanese tradition, drinking water on an empty stomach (drinking eater when you wake up) has a wide range of health benefits.

According to the Japanese tradition, drinking water on an empty stomach (drinking eater when you wake up) has a wide range of health benefits.

Glass Bottomed Walkway at Tianmen Mountain, China I live in Shenzhen, China now, I'll have to visit here! And I can whenever I want to... www.invitingabundance.com

Glass Bottomed Walkway at Tianmen Mountain, China I live in Shenzhen, China now, I'll have to visit here! And I can whenever I want to... www.invitingabundance.com

This unusual tunnel can be seen in California's Sequoia National Park. The drive is cut through the tree trunk of a Sequoia which fell in 1937. Instead of removing it from the road, the park administration decided to cut a tunnel in it. It's 5.18 m. (17 ft.) wide and 2.44 m. (8 ft.) high.

This unusual tunnel can be seen in California's Sequoia National Park. The drive is cut through the tree trunk of a Sequoia which fell in 1937. Instead of removing it from the road, the park administration decided to cut a tunnel in it. It's 5.18 m. (17 ft.) wide and 2.44 m. (8 ft.) high.

This bar in the trunk of a Baobab has people travelling from miles around for a brew. It has been created in a huge 72ft high tree in this garden in Limpopo, South Africa, to keep thirsty locals happy. But tourists flock to see the amazing bar inside the hollow 155ft circumference of the trunk. The tree even has its own cellar, with natural ventilation to keep the beer cool. The huge tree, in the grounds of Sunland Farm, is so wide it takes 40 adults outstretched!

This bar in the trunk of a Baobab has people travelling from miles around for a brew. It has been created in a huge 72ft high tree in this garden in Limpopo, South Africa, to keep thirsty locals happy. But tourists flock to see the amazing bar inside the hollow 155ft circumference of the trunk. The tree even has its own cellar, with natural ventilation to keep the beer cool. The huge tree, in the grounds of Sunland Farm, is so wide it takes 40 adults outstretched!