Cliktrips likes the beach, palm trees, mountain hikes, desertscapes, forest walks, the jungle, tropical islands, swimming pools, lake swims, rocky seaside cliffs, sunsets, soundbaths, hot tubs, the occasional cold plunge, bicycle rides, road trips, spritzes of all kinds, lots of snacks and the colors pink and green. Cliktrips also enjoys late night techno parties, balearic rooftop hangs, weird weekenders, tropical sounds, trippy disco, and dancing ‘til dawn.

 

Stretch Armstrong's Pick: The Opposite House. Beijing, China

Stretch Armstrong's Pick: The Opposite House. Beijing, China

FROM THE ARCHIVES

Originally published April 2011 

The Opposite House in Beijing was recommended to us by New York radio legend and DJ, Stretch Armstrong

The Opposite House is a super modern hotel located in the center of the city. It’s a tall, bright emerald glass building from the outside, and inside the rooms are sleek and minimal with clean lines, natural wood and glass furniture, crisp white linens and contemporary art. There is also a collection of restaurants and bars on site, and a pool and spa in the hotel. It looks a little over the top, but I think I could manage! Rates start around $350 per night.

www.theoppositehouse.com

Stretch Armstrong lives in New York City and keeps himself busy DJing all over the world, running a record label and being an all around nice guy. Keep up with him on his fan page at www.facebook.com/nystretch.

Florianopolis, Brazil: Photos by Justin Miller (DFA)

Florianopolis, Brazil: Photos by Justin Miller (DFA)

Casa Rincon: A villa and recording studio in Mexico

Casa Rincon: A villa and recording studio in Mexico