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9 March 2021

Should runners wear masks?

A number of scientists are now calling for masks to be mandatory for joggers. Face masks have become a normal part of our daily lives as […]
8 March 2021

Illy is not only a coffee brand, you can also try their wine

When you hear the name Illy, you most probably immediately think about a nice Italian cup of coffee. For me, the brand is directly connected with […]
8 March 2021

Star Alliance passengers’ data stolen in cyber-attack

Following a cyber attack last March 4, hundreds of thousands of Star Alliance passengers’ details have been stolen. SITA, which serves the Star Alliance of airlines […]
8 March 2021

Top-20 most powerful passports in 2021

Passport Index has revealed its ranking on passports for 2021. The ranking is based on the ease with which citizens can travel abroad and be allowed to […]
8 March 2021

International Women’s Day

On the 8th of March every year, Women’s Day is celebrated around the world. On this day, women’s achievements are recognised and celebrated and women around […]
5 March 2021

10 Unusual houses in the world

Most houses and apartments provide the same basics; a place to live, a place to sleep, with a minimum of facilities to cook, and a bathroom. […]
5 March 2021

10 best beaches in Europe according to Tripadvisor

Summer in Europe is approaching, and with it many hopes for the gradual return of travel and tourism. Fittingly, Tripadvisor has announced its top beaches for […]
5 March 2021

Jim Haynes: The man who had the whole world in his address book

Around the year 2000, I was working as a gopher for a comedy and music club in Paris. Shows took place on the banks of Canal […]
4 March 2021

Fairbnb: a sustainable alternative to Airbnb

We’ve all heard of Airbnb, the popular accommodation booking platform, great for finding your ideal place to stay on holiday. However, despite the benefits like staying […]
3 March 2021

The importance of World Wildlife Day

March 3rd marks World Wildlife Day, a day organised by the United Nations and its partners to raise awareness of the critically endangered species of our […]
2 March 2021

Optimism and hope as we build back better

There is a sense of optimism and hope in the air. The season is changing. Spring has arrived in the northern hemisphere as we edge out […]
2 March 2021

Celebrating the works of Dr. Seuss

March 2nd marks the birthday of famous children’s author Dr. Seuss, a day to celebrate the crazy characters and unique world he created. Here we take […]
2 March 2021

This is the critical decade

For the last year, the pandemic has dominated the news. Understandably so, some of us have had Covid-19, most of us will have relatives, friends and […]
2 March 2021

What is Travel Shaming?

Traveling during a pandemic is definitely not easy and can even become a huge source of stress. Travel restrictions, confusion, ever-changing regulations, extra research and safety […]
1 March 2021

Major iceberg calves from Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica worries scientists

A huge iceberg (1270 km²) the size of the county of Bedfordshire has broken off the 150-m thick Brunt Ice Shelf, almost a decade after scientists […]
1 March 2021

Gloria Guevara: “This will be a strong summer for travel to Europe”

Speaking at a webinar organised by the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), Gloria Guevara, CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) stated “this […]