My High Five no 2 are for:
- 11 Bizarre Hotels That Will Knock Your Socks Off, most of them featured at my Unusual Hotels page or on the site Unusual Hotels of the World One minus in the post: I know that “Amsterdam” always draws visitore to your post, but this time the Dock Crane hotel room is actually situated in Harlingen (about 2 hours driving from Amsterdam and without proper Public Transport and approximately half way between Amsterdam and Hamburg in Germany:-).
- 10 Insanely Beautiful Hotels Worth Traveling For
- 5 African Capitals You Should See in Your Lifetime.
- 7 Bizarre Tours You’d Actually Sign Up For…Maybe.
- The efforts of EsmÃ© Vos going into the new Hotel Review Site Mapplr.
For some picks I was inspired by the Travel Subgroup of Reddit.
About Happy Hoteliers High Five
A high five is a celebratory gesture made by two people, each raising one hand to slap the raised hand of the other â€” usually meant to communicate mutual satisfaction to spectators or to extend congratulations from one person to another. The arms are usually extended into the air to form the “high” part, and the five fingers of each hand meet, making the “five”, thus the name.(High Five on wikipedia)
I will not publish it on a scheduled date. I will publish it each time when I have found five persons or sites or posts that I deem worthy a High Five. It even may imply me echoing old news here.
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About The New High Five Logo
I miss a large part of my right hand thumb. Technically I am not even able to offer a High Five: Its more of a High 4 and a half:-)
The Gorilla hand looks closest to my right hand with the small thumb. The photo is from a sculpture by Lisa Roet, born in Australia and currently living and working in Melbourne. She had a couple of her sculptures exhibited at the annual The Hague Sculpture. One sculpture inspired me for my post The Finger of Suspicion.
Presently The Hague Sculpture is being built up again and so the circle is full again.
I am looking forward to bring you a timely photo tour of the 2008 edition which is interesting again from what I have seen.