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Women Who Travel Podcast: What It's Really Like to Move Abroad

Women Who Travel Podcast: What It's Really Like to Move Abroad

Moving half way across the world in search of something new is a romantic notion. It’s an opportunity to learn a language, make friends, change a career, and to swap that morning subway commute for surfing on Bondi Beach or a bike ride along Amsterdam’s canals. However, for those of us who actually decide to […]

Travel warning: Caribbean islands issue state of emergency as Tropical Storm Beryl hits

Travel warning: Caribbean islands issue state of emergency as Tropical Storm Beryl hits

Caribbean islands are bracing for impact from Tropical Storm Beryl later today. Having downgraded from a hurricane, the tropical storm is expected to bring rainfall and high winds to many islands including Barbados, Puerto Rico and St Lucia. Many of the islands are still recovering from Hurricane Maria, the worst natural disaster on record for […]

A Pakistani Jew Wants To Travel To Israel

A Pakistani Jew Wants To Travel To Israel

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Three thrill-seeking travel vloggers killed in waterfall accident

Three thrill-seeking travel vloggers killed in waterfall accident

Three young adventurers were killed earlier this week when they fell from the third-highest waterfall in British Columbia, Canada. The social media personalities were known for posting stunning videos and photos of daring feats and travel. The vloggers were part of the travel collective “High On Life” whose YouTube videos urged viewers to explore the […]

The busiest days for US air travel are already here

The busiest days for US air travel are already here

If you’re looking to avoid the big crowds at the airport, you might delay traveling until — get this — Thanksgiving or Christmas. Contrary to popular belief, airlines carry thousands more people on some days in June, July and August than around the end-of-year holidays. American Airlines expects to fly 692,300 people on July 8, […]

10 of the most unethical travel experiences

10 of the most unethical travel experiences

Saturday 7 July marks the first day of the week-long Pamplona bull run. This controversial tradition sees six bulls and four oxen being released on the narrow cobbled streets of Pamplona old town on an 850m course, surrounded by hundreds of people who volunteer to run alongside them. The aggravated bulls are then led to the city’s […]

International travel writers living in New Prague

International travel writers living in New Prague

Ten years ago Betsy and Peter Wuebker wanted to add more travels to their business trips. Now traveling is their business as they are international travel writers and speakers. They detailed their trips to nearly 50 countries on their blog PassingThru.com. Around the end of February they landed in New Prague to stay with their […]

Politics is becoming a minefield for the travel and hospitality business

Politics is becoming a minefield for the travel and hospitality business

TRAVELLERS come in all different stripes. So it is generally not wise for the chief executive of a major airline to say something like this about a controversial presidential stance: “This policy and its impact on thousands of children is in deep conflict with [our] mission and we want no part of it.” But that […]

NBA estimates 40000 more travel miles in a top 16 playoffs

NBA estimates 40000 more travel miles in a top 16 playoffs

The NBA estimates an increase of about 40,000 miles of travel in the postseason if it scrapped its current conference format and took the top 16 teams. Calls to change the system were renewed this week when LeBron James left Cleveland for the Los Angeles Lakers, which could create another strong Western Conference team after […]

Video: Selling Travel on Facebook Remains a Work in Progress

Video: Selling Travel on Facebook Remains a Work in Progress

Facebook has yet to make a focused push into travel booking, focusing on advertising and messaging instead in a strategy more closely aligned with Google’s role as a marketing partner for travel companies. Henner Blömer, director of automotive, financial services, telecommunications, and travel in Facebook’s DACH region, said at Skift Forum Europe in April in […]