Showers & Dryers In One
With limited space in most homes, Japanese families typically do not own clothes dryers. Interestingly, citizens hang their wet clothes in the shower and around the bathroom. Japanese bathrooms have a fan setting designed to dry clothes, unlike our own homes. Regardless, this lack of home appliances doesn’t drastically alter the clothing-cleaning process. Although this household practice requires you to spread out or hang wet clothing from the get-go, delicates avoid damage from high heat they would otherwise see in a dryer.
There are between six and twelve bull sharks living in its lake, some over nine feet long. It’s thought the bull sharks found their new home after a nearby river flooded during the 1990’s, sweeping the deadly predators into the club’s lake.
Over the next few years, people reported seeing fins in the water… and in the 2000’s the deadly predators were finally caught on camera.
Since then they’ve gone from strength to strength and are sharks are now breeding. The resident sharks have never harmed the golfers at this club, and the man-eating residents of this lake don’t seem to be off-putting for keen golfers.