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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

30 November 2023

Most frequently stolen items from 5-star hotels

The line between taking what you’re owed and stealing might seem like a fine one when it comes to hotels. We all remember that one Friends […]
30 November 2023

10 places to visit in 2024, according to Airbnb

There are two types of travellers, those who plan everything one year ahead and those who wake up in the morning and decide in 3 days […]
30 November 2023

Who owns a destination?

Tourism Concern in the UK ran a campaign for many years reminding us that we take “Our Holidays in Their Homes”. This is obvious. The definition […]
29 November 2023

Crewless air-to-air refuelling now possible, says Airbus

Airbus has carried out new tests of a revolutionary autonomous in-air refuelling system that promises to make military and, eventually, civil flights safer and more efficient. […]
29 November 2023

Three-year cruise around the world finally cancelled

In February 2023, Life at Sea Cruises announced a voyage that seemed too good to be true. A cruise sailing around the world for three years, […]
29 November 2023

First SAF-powered commercial airliner crosses Atlantic

In a world first, a commercial airliner running entirely on so-called Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) has left London Heathrow to fly the 3,500 miles (over 5,600 […]
28 November 2023

Amazon to start selling cars in 2024

Anyone lucky enough to be looking at buying a new car in the next few months will be able to make their purchase via Amazon from […]
27 November 2023

New flights to support deeper alliance between North Korea and Russia?

Increased flights between Russia and North Korea may be on the cards, according to the Russian newspaper Kommersant. Low demand? Commercial passengers only have limited options […]
24 November 2023

Despite perceived high impact of financial pressures, people keep travelling

Post-Covid has given way to a wave of revenge travel, as people sought to make out for missed holiday time during the pandemic. However, as the […]
24 November 2023

10 most followed Instagram accounts in 2023

In the kaleidoscope of social media platforms, Instagram remains a cultural juggernaut, reshaping the way we share, connect and consume content. With its visually-driven interface and […]
24 November 2023

World’s most and least dangerous countries revealed in Global Peace Index

Researchers have revealed where and where not to visit if safety and peace are your top priorities, with this year’s publication of the Global Peace Index […]
23 November 2023

World’s best Christmas markets to visit in 2023

Christmas markets around the world start opening up by the end of November, albeit anything earlier than mid-December is too early to get into the Christmas […]
22 November 2023

The dangers of Instagram tourism in national parks

On Sunday morning, listening to Open Country, a weekly radio programme mainly for townies, the interviews were with the Langdale/Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team. They had just […]
21 November 2023

World’s “urban explosion” will see shared mobility explosion too, says new report

A new report examining the world’s expanding urban population and the ensuing pressure on transport systems, points to shared mobility as part of the answer. By […]
16 November 2023

Every traveller is potentially an “Ambassador for Peace”

Mark Twain’s The Innocents Abroad was first published in 1869. Roughing It, a prequel, recounts Twain’s adventures on a stagecoach journey west with his brother. Twain […]
15 November 2023

Virgin’s Richard Branson rumoured to be launching Eurostar rival

Eurostar’s privileged position as sole operator of high-speed cross-Channel passenger trains is under threat for the second time in as many months.  Rivals for passengers’ hearts  […]