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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.

2 November 2021

6 Films to tickle your wanderlust this fall

Rusting trees, crunchy leaves cartwheeling in the wind, bright umbrellas and warm scarves – autumn is here and with it our desire to puddle-stomp in wellington […]
2 November 2021

How can tourism wake up from the dystopian nightmare?

Everyone knows the story by now. Free-flowing international travel has become a relic of a pre-Covid era. Lockdowns, border closures, travel restrictions are a dystopian version […]
1 November 2021

Tourism industry leaders pledge over Glasgow Declaration to become net-neutral by 2050

The Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action, a new gold standard for tourism leaders, holds the pledge of more than 100 travel companies to deliver towards decarbonisation […]
29 October 2021

5 world’s most alarming airplane landings

We take a seat and buckle up, then watch a movie or read a book or catch on some needed sleep. Sitting on an airplane bound […]
28 October 2021

How are cities reducing their footprint and becoming more attractive to tourism?

Attracting tourism continues to pose a significant challenge for cities and municipalities who in the midst of the pandemic need to shuffle their priorities, especially given […]
27 October 2021

What to do if you lose your ID right before a flight?

It might not have happened to you or anyone you know but many people find themselves without an ID or passport a few days before taking […]
27 October 2021

We are “way off track” on emissions

In 2020 the amounts of CO2, methane and nitrous oxide rose by more than the annual average in the past 10 years. Greenhouse gas emissions are […]
26 October 2021
Plane cabin

Do you know how high a commercial plane flies and why?

You stand in line to use the restroom, hands in your pockets, a constant hum in your ears. You look out the window and see a […]
26 October 2021

When and why do we change our clocks

On Sunday the 31th, we are going to change our clocks and we will have to wait until March 2022 to change the hour again. But, […]
26 October 2021

New 414 km railway connects China and Laos

Launched in 2013 to develop better transport connectivity within Asia, the Belt and Road initiative is delivering its new 414 km railway connecting China and Laos. […]
25 October 2021

Caribbean Travel & Tourism sector recovering faster than any other region in the world

The Caribbean’s Travel & Tourism sector is recovering at a faster rate than any other region in the world, with its contribution to GDP expected to […]
25 October 2021

Europe Travel & Tourism sector lags global recovery

Latest research from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) shows Europe’s Travel & Tourism sector’s year on year recovery may only achieve a growth of […]
22 October 2021

Are you brave enough to sleep here?

One of the things when travelling that adds up to the whole experience is definitely accommodation. Whether you are camping or staying at luxurious hotels and […]
22 October 2021

International Cruise Summit to be held in Madrid to address current industry challenges

International cruise industry professionals will gather on November 17 and 18 in Madrid for another edition of the International Cruise Summit. After the success of the […]
22 October 2021

Travel and Tourism stakeholders call to lift unnecessary travel restrictions

Autumn has arrived and Europe is entering a different stage in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. 74% of EU adults are now fully vaccinated and vaccination efforts […]
21 October 2021

10 Cities that have changed dramatically over the years

It is impressive to see how some cities have changed over the years. Technology and new architecture have had a significant impact on these places and […]
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