doesn't team up with anyone, cares about his looks more than finding food, tries to hunt an animal and it kills him
gets the most items sent to him after becoming the favourite of the competition. Hides in a tree for weeks, dies from sacrificing himself for Jungkook
allies with the most people, goes vegetarian because he doesn't have the heart to kill animals, killed by other contestants because he was found after cheering and screaming randomly to himself
pretends to be best friends with everyone and gain their trust, proceeds to get them killed before him, master with the bow and arrow, eventually dies after a something poisonous biting him
smartest player, but reading up doesn't give you the skills to not break all your supplies...Sets a trap and kills multiple players at once, makes a 4 star cave hotel to stay in and comes 2nd in the Hunger Games
salty af and doesn't get the fans/allies, but when videos of him are sent to his district he talks directly to Min Holly, knows how to use weapons well, sleeps through the day and is found and killed, 3rd in the games.
volunteers himself and obviously wins the Hunger games. After the games are over, jungkook becomes a popular meme for things he did as a contestant.
The only things that comforts me when SP fucks everything up is that while every other Naruto couple is stuck being boring in Konoha, Sakura and Sasuke were getting animalistic in the forest/waterfalls/hot springs/mountains/caves/whatever hotels/cottages they would probably rent when the weather was bad. Plus we got proof in Gaiden and with the little apron gag that Sasuke is a tease/a subtle flirt/a saucy boy. Plus Sasuke's Tarzan kind of talk with "my wife" and Sakura's "darling" endearment.
Maybe the anime wasn’t able to show us any of their interactions because none of them were safe for work 👉🏻👌🏻
The Maribel Caves Hotel, also called ‘Hotel Hell, was built in 1900 on the site of a health spa in Wisconsin. It eventually became a tavern, until a fire in 1985 effectively destroyed the interior. Rumors have persisted around the hotel for decades, however, giving it it’s nickname. Some say three fires have blasted the hotel, all at the same time of day and date. It’s rumored someone murdered all the guests at some point, and committed suicide themselves. Some also believe the hotel was owned by Al Capone during prohibition, and served as a hideout and bootlegging business for him. The hotel has since been gutted and only the exterior shell remains.
“This trip to Italy was inspired by a few shredded pages of a travel magazine I had stuffed in my planner and a burning desire to sleep in a cave. Not just an ordinary, run-of-the-mill cave, but a lux cave hotel, situated in the ancient Italian city of Matera.” Read more about my trip to Matera, Italy.
Imagine an eighth human falling into the Underground after a No Mercy run. The human finds a city, a town, a cave, even a hotel, all covered in dust and with nobody in sight. They were all recently abandoned, too, from the looks of it- food still cooling in a bakery, homes left in disarray. (Weirdly enough, even though the desertion looks recent, everything is still dusty.)
Ancient volcanic eruptions between 9 to 3 million years ago, the erosion and winds formed the numerous Hoodoos “chimney rocks” found here which have become a wonder of nature, as the rock below the top layer of basalt is extremely soft, it can be easily carved, communities took advantage of this to make their home in the rock pillars and under the ground. The underground cities were built to escape from the attacks of wild animals and hard winter conditions, over time they grew larger to accommodate their daily needs, years later the first Christians used them to escape from the persecution of the Roman soldiers, they caved in even more making them underground cities, capable of sheltering 50,000 people, they had wine cellars, churches, produce storage rooms, kitchens, meeting rooms, toilets, ventilation chimneys, water wells, schools, animal housing rooms, every amenity needed to survive hidden for long periods of time, they were connected by tunnels and labyrinths so they could easily escape and had moving stone doors so they could quickly block the passage from intruders. There are many underground sites in the region, 200-300 known with several open to the public, the largest which has 8 levels and as many as 12 levels yet to be excavated.
Below some of the many cave hotels in the area.
Below more pictures of Cappadocia
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