Justin Phillips

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San Bernardo Islands are 3 hours away from Cartagena de Indias. San Bernardo Islands are unknown from the gringos and it's a fantastic opportunity to chill a few days without nobody around. Read our article to have a look at the pictures and learn everything you need about The San Bernardo Islands

San Bernardo Islands are 3 hours away from Cartagena de Indias. San Bernardo Islands are unknown from the gringos and it's a fantastic opportunity to chill a few days without nobody around. Read our article to have a look at the pictures and learn everything you need about The San Bernardo Islands

Barichara, Colombia

Barichara, Colombia

If you can scrounge an old lawn mower, an automobile alternator, and a 12-volt battery, you can build your own portable DC arc welder. Originally published as

If you can scrounge an old lawn mower, an automobile alternator, and a battery, you can build your own portable DC arc welder. Originally published as

Eliminate All Stuck Stools and Deflate Your Belly With a Single Spoonful of This!

Eliminate All Stuck Stools and Deflate Your Belly With a Single Spoonful of This!

Guarapo de Piña Colombia, cocina, receta, recipe, colombian, comida.

This drink is so fruity, sweet and refreshing. For me, it's better when it has fermented for a few days and gets stronger.

Chicken Cordon Bleu Bake

Chicken Cordon Bleu Bake

Giardiniera from Food.com: Italian giardiniera is also called "sotto aceti", which means "under vinegar", a common term for pickled foods. It is typically eaten as an antipasto or with salads. Mexican versions use hot chiles like serranos. This is often served at Mexican restaurants as a condiment.

Italian giardiniera is also called sotto aceti, which means under vinegar, a common term for pickled foods. It is typically eaten as an antipasto or with salads. Milder varieties of giardiniera are u (Sandwich Recipes For Work)

This is one of those things I didn't see coming, but which makes perfect sense. Festool's engineers have exploited the mortise-cutting capabilities of the Domino (specifically, the big-boy XL) by creating knockdown fasteners that can be inserted the same way as loose tenons. Here's the demo they were giving

Festool's engineers have exploited the mortise-cutting capabilities of the Domino (specifically, the big-boy XL) by creating knockdown fasteners that can be inserted the same way as loose tenons. Here's the demo they were giving