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Tique-taque … Tique-taque … Este é o som do dia, do ano e, no fundo, da vida. Com o final do ano já a espreitar da esquina, O Dia de Tique-taque lembra-nos que ainda há coisas que estão por fazer e na verdade apenas dois dias para as terminar.

Pretendia pintar aquele quarto? Talvez compor aquela saia, ou ainda limpar a garagem. Todas essas coisas são possíveis nos últimos momentos de desvanecimento do ano. Talvez o que ficou inacabado seja de natureza mais pessoal. Gostava de reconciliar uma velha amizade este ano? Ou resolver um antigo desentendimento com um membro de família? Talvez finalmente tomou um momento para definir algo certo e apenas nunca encontrou o tempo. O Dia de Tique-taque dá-lhe essa oportunidade!

Todos os anos as pessoas aguardam a chegada da véspera de Ano Novo para estabelecer as suas resoluções, que, sejamos sinceros, raramente se vêem concluídas. Mas o que acontece com o tempo e os últimos momentos preciosos? O Dia de Tique-taque foi feito para nos encorajar a aproveitar os últimos restinhos de tempo para completar aquilo que queremos deixar no ano que passa ou avançar com o que queremos continuar no ano que se aproxima.

Não seria bom começar o ano que se avizinha com uma cabeça clara e um coração limpo? Contando que ainda tenha espírito suficiente, não deixe o fim do ano com arrependimentos, vá a nossa loja online e aproveite para verificar as promoções de final do ano. Saia e vença o Tique-taque.

Mantenha-se ECO.

Frozen

With the weather events that occurred last weekend, we can think that after seeing snow in Algarve we have seen everything.

Even though it’s quite rare here in Portugal, there are many countries where the white precipitation is very usual. But today we’ll talk about a place where the snow is the only “dish of the day” every day, if you know what we mean. We present you with The 10 Facts About Antarctica.

Being it a continent so distant and mysterious, many of us have no opinion about Antarctica as far as we think it’s only ice and penguins. And indeed perhaps it is, because the average temperature on the mainland is -30C and the lowest temperature ever recorded was -89C! But if we have freshened your curiosity and you think to visit or even live there, we let you know that to live on the icy continent you must remove your wisdom teeth and appendix. This is because no surgeries are made on Antarctic stations, so you have to remove those parts even if they are perfectly healthy.

Interestingly, even if we think that there is no large population in the Antarctic, but it’s still enough to have a fire station. It belongs to McMurdo Station and employs professional firefighters. And while those wait for the next incident, they can have some fun at the southernmost bar in the world, Club 90 South.

In fact, even with all that ice the average width of which reaches 1,6km, the driest place on the planet is located precisely in Antarctica and is called The Dry Valleys. And even if it is so now, some 53 million years ago the average temperature on the continent was almost tropical, of + 20C degrees.

And maybe thinking about global warming that in January 1979, Emile Marco Palma became the first modern human being born on the Antarctic continent. This, however, was an action planned by Argentina to claim a part of Antarctica. The country sent a pregnant woman there on purpose.

In addition to other extraordinary things, technically Antarctica also contains all time zones on the planet. And actually, all longitude lines that we use to define time zones pass through the south pole which is located right in Antarctica.

And for those who still think that life in Antarctica must be anything but fun, the truth is that if you are adventurous enough it is the only place where you can go around the world by foot. But if you don’t want to go that far, take a spin on our website and see the new products.

Keep on Eco.

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