Posts Tagged “Travel”

Escape to the Whitsundays with this hot travel deal alert

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Escape to the Whitsundays with this hot travel deal alert

Home to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsundays is arguably one of the most beautiful places in the country – and you could be headed to Daydream Island Resort thanks to this hot deal alert from Flight Centre. With fresh accommodation and a revitalised swimming hub, the resort allows you to swim and enjoy unparalleled…

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Quirky travel tech: the latest travel gadgets to make your trips easier

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Quirky travel tech: the latest travel gadgets to make your trips easier

Each September the world’s tech innovators come together in Berlin to show off their latest and greatest gadgets at IFA. The media tends to concentrate only on the newest phones and giant TVs, but there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes that rarely gets written about. Check out T3’s ultimate travel guide Make sure you’re…

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Why Do We Travel?

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Why Do We Travel?

Everyone wants to travel the world, whether it’s to meet new people, taste new food, or visit new places. Travel is consequently an extremely lucrative industry, but tourist destinations are getting more crowded than ever and associated pollution emissions are only worsening the climate emergency. Why do we travel? In this edition of Editor’s Talk, four editors from ArchDaily…

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Best Travel Accessories on Amazon

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Best Travel Accessories on Amazon

Here are some travel accessories from Amazon that are the best sellers and top-ranked. These will make your travels fun and you won’t have to worry or stress while traveling. First, a passport holder is what you will need for going overseas. The GSTK passport holder is leather, holds passports, credit cards, business cards, and…

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Prince Harry launches eco-friendly travel initiative after criticism over private jet travel

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Prince Harry launches eco-friendly travel initiative after criticism over private jet travel

Prince Harry has partnered with big-name travel firms to launch a new initiative dedicated to sustainable travel. Launched in partnership with Booking.com, Skyscanner, TripAdvisor, Visa and China’s Ctrip, Travalyst’s aim is to protect the environment from rising international travel while allowing communities and travelers to benefit from tourism. The founding partners will use their platforms…

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Tulsee Nathu explains how to get the most out of business travel

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Tulsee Nathu explains how to get the most out of business travel

There are two schools of thought when it comes to business travel. For some professionals, traveling for business is a necessary evil, one that takes you away from the comforts of home and loved ones. For others, business travel provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity to visit new places, meet new people and collect memorable experiences (and…

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Travel with pride

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Travel with pride

Ayear since the Supreme Court of India read down Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which criminalized homosexuality, not much has changed for Indian LGBTQ+ travellers. “In my opinion, India is still ages away from establishing LGBTQ+ friendly spaces and destinations. There may be a property or two hidden away in a liberal destination…

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11 travel accessories that help me sleep on long-haul flights and red-eyes

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11 travel accessories that help me sleep on long-haul flights and red-eyes

Long-haul flights are not for the faint of heart, and that’s especially true if you’re stuck trying to sleep in economy. Noisy airplanes are far from ideal when it comes to getting a good night’s rest, and it doesn’t help when you are stuck sleeping upright next to strangers. Still, I almost always fly international…

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Travel companies rely on offbeat destinations, tech adoption to beat slowdown

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Travel companies rely on offbeat destinations, tech adoption to beat slowdown

Despite the lack of policy boost, industry players are hoping for a revival soon Online travel company Easemytrip is focusing on promoting offbeat locations these days as a way to beat the overall slowdown in the travel and tourism industry. “At present, we are focusing on promoting offbeat locations that are equally beautiful but lesser-known…

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Tourism expert: ‘Many say they want to travel sustainably — but then they don’t’

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Tourism expert: ‘Many say they want to travel sustainably — but then they don’t’

DW: Europe has experienced the second summer with record temperatures in a row. Will we soon be spending all our holidays in the cooler forests of Scandinavia while the beaches of Southern Europe are deserted? Wolfgang Günther: No, because first of all there are no precise forecasts about what the next summer will bring. People…

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6 brilliant travel books to give you wanderlust this summer

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6 brilliant travel books to give you wanderlust this summer

Travel can be a state of mind and sometimes it comes in the form of a bundle of pages. But, while sci-fi and thriller keep us alert in the winter, hot weather somehow calls for more laidback reading material. So what could be better than a book that will make you wander around (at least…

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Our top 10 travel books for summer 2019

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Our top 10 travel books for summer 2019

1. Autumn Light: Japan’s Season of Fire and Farewells by Pico Ayer The travel writer’s latest homage to Japan — his adopted country — is a poetic work of pathetic fallacy where the fiery season’s fading landscapes echo the life stories of the people he meets. The travelogue picks up with the passing of his Japanese father-in-law,…

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PASSPORT BOOKSHOP: A HAVEN FOR TRAVEL BOOK LOVERS

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PASSPORT BOOKSHOP: A HAVEN FOR TRAVEL BOOK LOVERS

BANGKOK — For almost 15 years, Passport Bookshop has been the hub of Bangkok’s travel book lovers. While a small, independent bookshop may not be the most profitable venture in a digital era, the two-storey book shop on Phra Sumen Road in Old Bangkok has been purveying travel books and guidebooks in both English and Thai…

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NYC Restaurant Week Starts Today: Travel The World Without Leaving The City

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NYC Restaurant Week Starts Today: Travel The World Without Leaving The City

Estiatorio Milos at Hudson Yards AMY LOMARD/NYC & COMPANY Culinary adventurers without upcoming summer travel plans will want to take advantage of NYC Restaurant Week, which starts today. With more than 400 participating restaurants scattered across nearly 40 NYC neighborhoods in every borough, it promises to be the next best thing to an international getaway…

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