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The World’s Smallest Global Travel Adapter?!

Travel adapters are an absolute necessity when it comes to traveling to a different country; without them our electronic devices would become nothing more but expensive paperweights in just a matter of days. However, current adapters are bulky and heavy, and they occupy the already limited space within our bags… but this certainly isn’t the case with EVO, the world’s smallest global travel adapter!Measuring in at just 0.8inches thick, EVO may be small, but it sure packs a punch; two USB interf...
Tags: Travel, Deals, Design, World, Popular, Product Design, Random, Travel Adapter, Evo StudioClick


Norway: Private tycoon goes public with wife’s disappearance

STAVANGER, Norway — Tom Hagen and his wife expected to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in 2019. Today, one of Norway’s wealthiest men just wants to know that Anne-Elizabeth Falkevik Hagen, the childhood sweetheart he married at age 19, is alive. Her disappearance and suspected abduction from the couple’s home on Halloween has gripped a […]
Tags: Travel, News, World, Nation, Norway, Tom Hagen, STAVANGER Norway, Nation & World, Anne Elizabeth Falkevik Hagen


Coffee Flavors Rule The World

The countries that grow all the coffee used around the world come from Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras, Uganda, Ethiopia, India, Columbia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Brazil. Coffee needs a certain amount of high latitude rainfall, seasonal tropical environments, and certain alkaline soil. In the U.S., only California and Hawaii are able to be competitive coffee bean growers. These countries provide all the requirements for coffee beans to grow very healthy. As a high-quality production produ...
Tags: Travel, Coffee, Food, California, World, Drink, Hawaii, Middle East, Brazil, Guatemala, Coffee Countries, Starbucks Brand, Monin


Norovirus outbreak sickens 277 on Oasis of the Seas

MIAMI (AP) — Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas is returning to a Florida port a day early and giving passengers full refunds of their fare after 277 guests and crew members were hit with an outbreak of Norovirus as it sailed to Jamaica. Cruise line spokesman Owen Torres told The Associated Press “we think […]
Tags: Travel, Health, Florida, News, Lifestyle, Ap, World, Nation, Miami, Associated Press, Royal Caribbean, Nation & World, Owen Torres, Jamaica Cruise


Bucket List Attraction Costs at 15 Wonders of the World

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Tags: Travel, General, World, Attractions, Travel Industry, Bucket List, Family Travel, Destination Reports, Vacation Deals, Wonders Of The World, Travel Costs, Admission Prices


10 Countries Where You Can Enjoy The Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

In the world, there are destinations you may love because of their lush outdoor spaces or bustling cities. However, they may not top your list when you compare with the best countries that have the most beautiful beaches. If you have a plan for traveling to a more extended holiday, Opodo will help in booking flights and places to settle during your holiday. If you want various centers for your holiday surrounded by beautiful beaches, here are ten countries that have the best beaches worldwide. ...
Tags: Travel, Greece, Bali, Indonesia, Mexico, Southeast Asia, World, Pacific, Maldives, Costa Rica, Beach, Travel Blog, Seychelles, Indian Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Cancun


5 Great Careers For People That Want To See The World

Wouldn’t it be great if you could just spend all of your time traveling the world? Unfortunately, all of those boring things like work or lack of money get in the way of that. But what if you could get the best of both worlds and travel while you work, and have it all paid for as well? It sounds too good to be true but there are actually plenty of ways that you can do it. These are some of the best careers for people that love to travel. 1. Blogging. Starting a career as a professional...
Tags: Travel, Startups, World, Career Advice, Advice For The Young At Heart


IHG Owners Association's Decade-Long Fundraiser Hits $1Million Goal for Give Kids The World Village

Don Berg, CEO of the IHG Owners Association has announced that the organization has met its ambitious fundraising goal of $1 million to help make dreams come true for children with critical illnesses, benefitting Give Kids The World (GKTW) Village. "The IHG Owners Association has been a dedicated advocate of Give Kids The World from its inception 30 plus years ago," explains Berg. "As we crossed the $1 million donation mark this year, the result of ten years of efforts, we are so pleased ...
Tags: Travel, World, Association, Berg, IHG Owners Association, Don Berg


Distilleries off the Bourbon Trail

Visiting the Kentucky bourbon distilleries is big business. Over the past couple of years, more than one million people have trekked to the Bluegrass State to drink bourbon from the source at the distilleries along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. And while there are plenty of solid distilleries on the official trail, you’re missing out if you don’t get off the beaten path. There are distilleries both large and small throughout the state that make some of the most sought-after whiskey in Kentucky....
Tags: Travel, Drinks, Kentucky, New York City, Indiana, World, Chicago, Ireland, Castle, Louisville, Radcliffe, Frankfort, Barton, Lexington, Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Central Kentucky


Discover your 7 Wonders of the World with Exodus Travel

If you had to choose just 7 Wonders of the World to visit what would they be? For travel lovers there’s no set answer, as everyone has their dream holiday of a lifetime, but at Exodus Travels you can discover a world of must-see destinations and must-try experiences. I tried to create my own list of 7 World Wonders and found myself homing in on destinations that are rich in culture or have stunning scenery for hiking and walking. Source
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Giveaways, Europe, Featured, France, Activities, World, Nature, Culture, Canada, Cycling, Art and design, South America, Sightseeing, Ecuador


My 7 Wonders of the World – win a trip with Exodus Travels

If you had to choose just 7 Wonders of the World to visit what would they be? For travel lovers there’s no set answer, as everyone has their dream holiday of a lifetime. Now Exodus Travels have brought you an easy way to create a personal list of must-see destinations and must-try experiences. Source
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Giveaways, Europe, Featured, France, Activities, World, Nature, Culture, Canada, Cycling, Art and design, South America, Sightseeing, Ecuador


Photo thought to be of Vincent van Gogh is his brother

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Experts say a photo thought to be of a young Vincent van Gogh has turned out most likely to be of his brother, Theo. The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam said Thursday that forensic testing by experts at Amsterdam University “confirmed the high likelihood of the boy in the photograph being […]
Tags: Travel, News, Entertainment, World, Visual Arts, Amsterdam, Oddities, The Hague Netherlands, Vincent Van Gogh, Nation & World, Amsterdam University, Theo The Van Gogh Museum


Why a New Zealand Passport Is One of The Best in The World

New Zealand is well known for having a friendly, ‘powerful’ passport. But what does that mean for you? As a traveller, does it matter? The New Zealand passport is ranked seventh in the world for travel freedom. Kiwis have 182 countries that can be entered without a visa or with a simple a visa on arrival. For a small country, this give Kiwi travellers tremendous freedom; we can pack up and go almost anywhere without advance planning. The passport also affects how we travel within a country...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Europe, Usa, UK, Australia, China, Israel, US, Eu, World, Ireland, Apec, New Zealand, South America, Caribbean


Swiss to investigate near-miss hang gliding incident

GENEVA (AP) — Switzerland’s civil aviation authority say it will question a hang-glider pilot after a tourist he flew over a picturesque Swiss landscape nearly fell dozens of meters (yards) to the ground because his harness wasn’t properly attached. A nail-biting video of the incident drew more than 1.4 million views on YouTube by Tuesday, […]
Tags: Travel, News, Ap, World, Switzerland, Geneva, Nation & World


Chichen Itza Ruins: Mexico’s Wonder Of The World

The Ancient Mayan Ruins of Chichen Itza Chichen Itza, Mexico The history of Chichén Itzá is not for the faint of heart. These Mayan ruins are shrouded in mystery and have a way of haunting you long after returning home from Mexico. Once you finally get past an army of local vendors at the entrance, the ancient stone carvings of fearsome creatures and bloodthirsty warriors at Chichen Itza inspire awe and trigger unease at the same time. This pre-Hispanic city (and UNESCO World Heritage Site)...
Tags: Mexico, World, Unesco, Unesco World Heritage Site, Maya, Piste, Giza, Playa Del Carmen, Cancun, Don, YouTube Channel, Tulum, Merida, Chichen Itza, El Castillo, Valladolid


Exploring Chichen Itza: Mexico’s Wonder Of The World

The Ancient Mayan Ruins of Chichen Itza Chichen Itza, Mexico The history of Chichén Itzá is not for the faint of heart. These Mayan ruins are shrouded in mystery and have a way of haunting you long after returning home from Mexico. Once you finally get past an army of local vendors at the entrance, the ancient stone carvings of fearsome creatures and bloodthirsty warriors at Chichen Itza inspire awe and trigger unease at the same time. This pre-Hispanic city (and UNESCO World Heritage Site)...
Tags: Mexico, World, Unesco, Unesco World Heritage Site, Maya, Piste, Playa Del Carmen, Cancun, Don, Tulum, Merida, Chichen Itza, Valladolid, CHAC, Kukulkan, Chac Mool


Day 51 The Middle of the World

Still waking earlier than I wanted but thats fine. We went down for breakfast at 0800 and out the door just past 0900. We decided to get a taxi for the ride out to La Mitad del Mundo Or The Middle of The World meaning the equator. There is a big monu
Tags: Travel, World, La Mitad


Home-grown Chinese Hotel Brand NUO Wants To Take Over The World

The world-famous Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York might now be under the control of the Chinese government - it announced in February that it had seized control of Anbang Insurance Group, which owns the hotel - but China's ambition is to set up a home-grown hotel brand that will have outlets around the world.
Tags: Travel, New York, China, World, Waldorf Astoria, Anbang Insurance Group


We’re #1! The World’s Largest Aviation Markets

The U.S. is the world's aviation largest market -- by a lot. The EU as a whole is larger than Chinese market. The UK is the biggest aviation market in Europe, so perhaps Brexit will be what causes China to grow larger than Europe. Japan is a bigger market than India, though a decade from now will that still be the case? India has nearly doubled in the past seven years. (So has China.) Continue reading We’re #1! The World’s Largest Aviation Markets...
Tags: Travel, Europe, UK, Advice, China, India, Eu, World, Brexit, Europe Japan, China Continue


The Most Beautiful Places in Germany (Map Included)

Germany is a vast European country with plenty of attractions for visitors. We round up the most beautiful places in Germany from its busiest cities to picturesque German towns and villages. We also share the most beautiful castles in Germany and some stunning natural wonders to explore. Andrew and I have visited quite a few areas of Germany, but we still feel we’ve barely scratched the surface of this fantastic country. When I decided to round up the most beautiful places in Germany, of cours...
Tags: Aachen and North Rhine-Westphalia, Baden-wurttemberg, Berlin, Germany, Munich and Bavaria, Rhineland-Palatinate, Slow Travel, Aachen, Bavaria, Rhineland, Slow Travel In Europe


Where Are The World’s 9 Most Instagrammable Hotels?

Only yesterday, I found myself ogling at an image of a breathtaking hotel on Instagram, while secretly adding it to my favourites.
Tags: Travel, World


A Road Trip from Boston: A Two Week Mix n Match Massachusetts Driving Itinerary

Striped lighthouses, whaling ports, white churches and the fledgling days of modern America right up to the space race and beyond. Give Massachusetts two weeks on the open road and she will give you a salty-aired, wide-eyed look at America, with a serving of clam chowder on the side.After this road trip from Boston, America may seem older. But you’ll feel younger.Here’s how to make it happen. one Massachusetts Itinerary Mix n match road trips from Boston: Cape Ann, Plymouth, Cape...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Usa, UK, England, Boston, Massachusetts, US, America, World, Atlantic, United States, New Hampshire, Northampton, Manchester, New Orleans


A Road Trip from Boston: A Two Week Massachusetts Driving Itinerary

Striped lighthouses, whaling ports, white churches and the fledgling days of modern America right up to the space race and beyond. Give Massachusetts two weeks on the open road and she will give you a salty-aired, wide-eyed look at America, with a serving of clam chowder on the side.After this road trip from Boston, America may seem older. But you’ll feel younger.Here’s how to make it happen. A Massachusetts Itinerary 1 – Boston 2 - Salem and Cape Ann Salem Cape Ann 3 – Plymouth...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Usa, UK, England, Boston, Massachusetts, US, America, World, Atlantic, United States, New Hampshire, Northampton, Manchester, Manhattan


3 cheetah cubs make public debut at German zoo

Mother Isantya kept a close watch on the three female cubs as they took their first steps in their outside enclosure on Friday in Muenster, Germany.
Tags: Travel, News, World, Nation & World, Mother Isantya


Russia marks anniversary of 1941 parade during Battle of Moscow

As the fate of Moscow was hanging in the balance on Nov. 7, 1941, Soviet troops marched in a parade to join the front lines. The Battle of Moscow dealt the Nazis their first major defeat since the start of World War II. It is still celebrated with pride.
Tags: Travel, News, Nazis, Russia, World, Moscow, Nation & World


The World’s Most Bike Friendly Cities

The World’s Most Bike Friendly Cities World’s Most Bike Friendly Cities – If you’re an avid cyclist who’s just purchased one of the new homes in Indianapolis, you should know that this city has made great strides to become a more bike-friendly city, and was even named the most improved when it comes to bikeability, according to a recent study conducted by […] The post The World’s Most Bike Friendly Cities appeared first on Go Green Travel Green - Going Green, Living Green and Travel Green
Tags: Travel, Indianapolis, World, Cycling


This Is Why Blogging Can Save The World

Chinatown, Ottawa, November 2018 I click on the Feedly icon at the top right corner of my browser. Two new articles in the “blog” category, one from Jeruen and one from Coming to Canada (who, actually, just arrived in Canada). Gone are the days when I could spend an hour immersed in other people’s lives. Many of the blogs I follow haven’t been updated in months or years. Is blogging dead? Am I… ouch. Nope, just pinched myself. I’m still here. I feel like a dinosaur, though. Blogging seems to be...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Utah, New York, France, Trends, World, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Isa, North America, Montreal, Ottawa, Mark, Anne


Maybe Children Should Lead the World

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Tags: Travel, World, Tongue in Cheek


Interesting Meeting Destinations Around The World

When you’re trying to find the best place in the world to organize your next big gathering of friends and family, you’ll want to choose the most interesting spot for the rendezvous.  Lucky for you, the world holds an array of creative options for meeting spots.     The research you willing to put into your search will determine the success you find.  Start here, and check out a short summary, featuring a few of the world’s most interesting and excellent meeting destinations.     Cape Town, So...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Europe, San Francisco, World, Atlantic, United States, South Africa, Cape Town, Denmark, Brussels, Golden Gate Bridge, Moscone Center, San Francisco California, Brussels Belgium, Cape Town South Africa


As tourists frolic in Venice’s rising waters, locals fear for the city’s treasures

The city suffered one of the worst episodes of flooding in decades this week. But saltwater has long been Venice’s enemy, and global warming and tourists have added to the threat.
Tags: Travel, News, World, Venice, Nation & World



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