5 amazing solo travel experiences in Africa By Willow Constantine on Feb 17, 2020 in Africa, Leisure Travel, Rail Travel, Regions, Road Travel, South Africa, Speciality Travel, Tanzania February is typically the month of romance.  However, as I am personally not a big fan of so-called ‘Hallmark Holidays,’ it seems fitting to reflect on embracing
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Top 5 après ski bars in Val d’Isère By Dan Frith on Feb 18, 2020 in Bars, Europe, France, Going Out, Regions, Western Europe Après ski is an opportunity to let your hair down and thoroughly enjoy yourself in the company of friends, loved ones and even complete strangers. It’s a time to unwind after all that
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Vegan travel in Vietnam By Paul Eyers on Feb 18, 2020 in Asia, Food and Drink, Regions, Travel Miscellany, Vietnam Vietnam is a remarkable country offering intrepid travellers nature, history, countryside, beaches and some wonderful vegan food if you know where to look. There is a very good understanding of vegetarian and vegan food in
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Best plans for Paris in the Spring By Maria Pasca on Feb 18, 2020 in Europe, France, Leisure Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, Western Europe Henry Miller wrote in his book Tropic of Cancer, “God knows, when Spring comes to Paris, the humblest mortal alive must feel that he dwells in paradise”. The American writer lived
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5 luxury things you must do in Phuket By Kerrie Potts on Feb 18, 2020 in Asia, Attractions, Food and Drink, Going Out, Regions, Restaurants, Thailand, Travel Miscellany Nestled in a group of islands in Thailand, Phuket is a must-see location that is full of natural beauty, and it is famous for the white sandy
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(CNN) — It’s a miracle of science that we can jet from town to town to get our business done and get our fun on, but today’s flying experience can leave a bit to be desired. We’re jammed into seats that are too small; often nickel-and-dimed over fees; fearful after the two Boeing 737 MAX
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An American Airlines plane at left, leaves a gate area near an Alaska Airlines plane, Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle. Ted S. Warren | AP Airlines are stepping up their battle over Seattle, where the spoils are high-spending corporate travelers from technology giants like Amazon and Microsoft and millions of
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A hearing to discuss this matter is scheduled for Thursday, according to court documents. The removal of the Marconi radio would require the company to remove a part of the historic ship’s deckhouse to access the “silent room,” an area with soundproof walls that housed the wireless radio. The ship, which was deemed unsinkable before
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(CNN) — Whether traveling through the vast floodplains of Africa or Thailand’s lush mangrove forests, when photographer Michael Poliza explores the world, he practices one principle: take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but footprints. Over the last two decades, Poliza has traveled to almost 180 countries to capture vibrant and spirited photos focused on
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What to find in the Plaza Grande of Quito By Marcel Perkins on Feb 19, 2020 in Attractions, Ecuador, Going Out, Regions, South America The Plaza Grande or Plaza de la Independencia, is located on Av. Venezuela between Chile and Espejo. It is one of the biggest attractions of the colonial center of Quito. In
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Wendi Williams, who said she’s a teacher in Virginia Beach, tweeted footage of a man repeatedly hitting the back of her reclined seat with his fist during an American Airlines flight in January. But what viewers saw in the video wasn’t even the worst of it, Williams told CNN’s “New Day.” Before she started shooting,
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