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Sreemoyee Piu Kundu, author of ‘Sita’s Curse’, India’s first feminist erotica, says all women share a common trajectory and will see their emotional experiences in the life path of her protagonist Meera -- the loves and losses and the relationships that she finds herself entangled in. With this book, the writer is also hoping for a revival of the art of erotic story-telling that is centered around a raw sensuality and the fragility of human relationships
Hương thơm nồng của rau răm làm mất đi mùi tanh của cá kèo, giúp món ăn trở nên thơm ngon hơn.
- 1/2 kg cá kèo, 1 bó rau răm nhỏ.
- Ớt trái, các loại gia vị: đường, tiêu, nước mắm, muối.
Mega Cavern Bike Park in Louisville, Kentucky, is home to the world’s first underground mountain biking course—and the largest indoor bike park ever built—with something for bikers at all levels. Even expert bikers will be able to maneuver through advanced trails and jumps in caverns with 30-meter-high (90 ft) ceilings. “Think about riding or skiing down a mountain,” says co-owner Jim Lowry, describing the trails. “You don’t go speeding straight down, you go back and forth, over bumps and smooth sections. You are moving fast at some points and more slowly at others.”
Designed by Joe Prisel, a bike park creator for the ESPN X Games, Mega Cavern Bike Park is built in a modular fashion. That way, a lot of the trails can be modified during the year to create new challenges for riders. With a consistent temperature of 16 degrees Celsius (60 °F) underground, bikers no longer have to worry about weather that makes riding dangerous outdoors. There will be a riding school, too.
The 92-acre cavern also sports a business park and entertainment attractions like the Lights Under Louisville, a drive-through display of over two million Christmas lights. The cavern runs under the Louisville Zoo and some commercial buildings. But the way the texture of the high limestone walls and dirt varies, it feels like you’re outside instead of enclosed beneath the ground.
There’s so much solid limestone above the ceilings that the cavern was considered safe enough to use as a fallout shelter for up to 50,000 people during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Initially excavated in the 1930s, this man-made cavern, the largest in Kentucky, was mined as a limestone quarry for over 40 years. Under new ownership in 1989, the cavern eventually housed a recycling center and over 11 acres of office buildings. It became a huge complex almost completely hidden within massive limestone cliffs.
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