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Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

7 April 2021

10 Travel-themed cocktails to escape with

Whether you’re having a COVID-safe outdoor gathering with friends, celebrating the end of lockdown where you are, or staying at home and dreaming of a holiday, […]
6 April 2021

Why Tofu is so underrated

Sigh, yes Tofu, that wobbly white thing that unfortunately too often tastes very bland and why the hell is it so hard to get it crispy […]
6 April 2021

Learning from Africa

We can learn much about tourism in and from Africa – celebrating diversity and inclusiveness, growing the cake to create more value for neighbouring communities, living […]
5 April 2021

11 Famous Giant Buddha statues in the world

The image of Buddhas started to appear in the first century in Gandhara and Mathura, both located in Northern India. A statue or a painting of […]
5 April 2021

Willie Walsh becomes IATA’s new boss

Willie Walsh has officially taken on the role of Director General of IATA. He succeeds Alexandre de Juniac. I am passionate about our industry and about […]
5 April 2021

IATA to launch Travel Pass app on Apple platform this month

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced that its digital Travel Pass will launch this month, according to Reuters. 1. IATA Travel Pass Reuters reported that […]
5 April 2021

Tourist arrivals down 87% in January 2021

The devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on global tourism has carried on into 2021, with new data showing an 87% fall in international tourist arrivals […]
1 April 2021

What do you eat on Easter Sunday?

When I was younger, we would always go to Poland for Easter. Same traditions, same procedures, same food every year. Over the last years, Easter traditions […]
1 April 2021

What is April Fool’s Day?

The day that either lets your inner joker free or leaves you sitting around nervously all day, suspicious of everyone and everything. Love it or hate […]
31 March 2021

10 Best aquariums in the world

An oceanarium can be a marine mammal park or a large-scale aquarium showcasing an ocean habitat. You can watch marine animals of all sizes, and the […]
30 March 2021

Covid-19 shows why united action is needed for more robust international health architecture

by Charles Michel, President European Council by Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director General by 24 world leaders* The Covid-19 pandemic is the biggest challenge to […]
30 March 2021

Have you tried astro travelling, the latest trend?

No fan of crowds? Maybe astro tourism is what you’re looking for In life, there are different kinds of people. Some of us can’t stand to […]
30 March 2021

Who invented golf?

Who invented golf? The Chinese, the Romans, the Scots, the Dutch? This question still generates much confusion. But let’s try to make it clearer here. The […]
29 March 2021

Scandinavia leads ranking for global sustainable tourism

Global market research company Euromonitor International recently released their new report ‘Top Countries for Sustainable Tourism’ at ITB Berlin. According to their research, 66.4% of consumers globally […]
26 March 2021
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Tourism sector lost nearly US $4.5 trillion for 2020, says WTTC

The World Travel & Tourism Council’s annual Economic Impact Report (EIR) revealed the full devastating impact of COVID-19 had on the global Travel & Tourism sector […]
25 March 2021

Aviation industry shows support for disabled flying with second Armchair Airshow

Aerobility, a flying charity which offers all disabled people the opportunity to fly an aeroplane, has teamed up with London Biggin Hill Airport to take the […]
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