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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 […]
1 March 2021

5 exciting new museum openings planned for 2021

What to do on a Sunday afternoon during a worldwide pandemic? Well, honestly, you don’t have a lot of options. Of course you could go for […]
1 March 2021

How culture and creativity can boost tourism recovery

The shared values and close ties between tourism and culture stakeholders means both sectors can work together to ensure inclusive access to heritage, as countries around […]
26 February 2021

5 airports you must book a window seat for

Aisle or window? That’s a question I’m sure many of us are familiar with. Whether you’re an aisle or a window person, here are 5 airports […]
26 February 2021

10 oldest countries in the world

Humans appeared on Earth around seven million years ago. After a while, they begin to build communities from small villages to big cities and countries. Countries […]
25 February 2021

Around the World with Graham Greene

Escape. The word echoes around Graham Greene’s library. It’s there in the title of his 1980 autobiography, Ways of Escape. Nearly all his characters are in […]
25 February 2021

The perfect scrambled eggs

There are as many versions of scrambled eggs as there are families on this planet. Ok, maybe that’s a bit exaggerated, but there are many many […]
25 February 2021

The European countries with the most nature reserves

There’s a lot that has been cancelled over the last year but one thing we’ve still been able to enjoy is nature. More than ever, we’ve […]
24 February 2021

5 Celebrity memoirs you’ll want to read

The recent past has seen an explosion of memoir books, specially those written by celebrities. Many people want to know what it’s like to have that […]
24 February 2021

Emma Stone to play Cruella de Vil in the new Disney film

Following its first look revealed by Walt Disney Studios in August 2019, the first trailer has now been released for Disney’s new ‘Cruella’ film. The live-action prequel to […]
24 February 2021

Modern Family Travels, specialising in LGBTQ and family travellers

Partners Sarah Lee and Elizabeth Belcher created Modern Family Travels, providing travel advice and recommendations and specialising in travel for LGBTQ individuals. Using personal experiences from […]
24 February 2021

10 unusual festivals around the world

We all love to celebrate events like the spring, harvest, religious events, and many more. A lot of them are related to tradition and history, and […]
24 February 2021

Traveling green – how to make the least impact on the environment

We all love to travel. But traveling also has an impact on the environment. More and more people are being conscious of the carbon footprint and […]
23 February 2021

Viruses: What’s in a name?

The 1918 flu pandemic was caused by an H1N1 virus with genes of avian origin. We remember it as the Spanish Flu because it was reported […]
23 February 2021

Restarting tourism in the Caribbean

From the need for enhanced political engagement to developing relevant expertise, the World Tourism Organization, jointly with the Caribbean Tourism Organization, have united their Members in […]
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