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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.

23 October 2023

$30,000 three-year cruise delayed due to lack of ship

The start of a cruise lasting three years and touted as a way to “break free from the mundane, redefine your work-life balance and create a […]
23 October 2023

Virgin Galactic to fly tourists to space for the 6th time this year

Virgin Galactic has announced the flight window and roster for its next space tourism trip. The flight named Galactic 05 is (confusingly) the company’s sixth this […]
20 October 2023

UNWTO names the best tourism villages of 2023

Wrapping up the week-long meeting of the UN’s World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) General Assembly taking place in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, the organisation has revealed the 54 villages […]
20 October 2023

New superyacht could redefine eco-friendly opulence in the maritime world

Mask Architects has unveiled the designs for the ONYX H2-BO 85, an 85-meter superyacht propelled by onboard hydrogen production. With a fusion of luxury and eco-consciousness, […]
19 October 2023

Why travel matters and why we need to do it better

At the heart of Responsible Tourism are the values of respect and the aspiration to create meaningful connections. Respect does not require the denial of difference. […]
18 October 2023

The world’s coolest neighbourhoods in 2023

Time Out has recently released its list of the “world’s coolest” neighborhoods for 2023. The list features 40 neighborhoods from around the globe that are deemed […]
17 October 2023

Scooping through the sweet beginnings of ice cream

Ice cream, that delectable frozen delight adored by people of all ages around the world, has a history as rich and diverse as its flavors. From […]
17 October 2023

How climate change will decrease beer quality by 2050

What impact will climate change have on what we eat and what we drink? It’s a question that keeps many scientists occupied and not without reason, […]
17 October 2023

United Airlines redefines in-flight experience with Bluetooth integration

United Airlines has unveiled its latest technological advancement, showcasing the integration of Bluetooth aboard its aircraft. With more than 100 planes already equipped and plans to […]
16 October 2023

Prada partners with Axiom Space to design NASA’s next lunar spacesuits

Luxury fashion brand Prada is partnering with Axiom Space to design NASA’s lunar spacesuits for the highly anticipated Artemis III mission, scheduled for 2025, which will […]
16 October 2023

Google rolls out AI tech to optimise traffic lights and reduce emissions

Google has recently launched the Project Green Light, an initiative using AI to model traffic patterns and adapt traffic lights to optimise flow across cities and […]
13 October 2023

How to find hidden surveillance cameras in an Airbnb

With the rise of affordable, easily concealable surveillance technology, the specter of hidden cameras in Airbnb rentals has become a real concern for travelers. Airbnb’s policy […]
13 October 2023

Evolyn to challenge Eurostar’s monopoly with new Paris-London high-speed line

Evolyn, a prospective high-speed rail competitor to Eurostar, has revealed its plans to launch a new Paris-London line, posing the first significant challenge to Eurostar’s stronghold […]
13 October 2023

There are limits to growth in tourism

When we look up into the night sky or out across the sea, our planet looks infinite. It isn’t. Growth at 3% per annum results in […]
12 October 2023

Passenger traffic at European airports to exceed pre-pandemic levels next year

The strong travel demand over the summer has increased confidence in the recovery timeline of passenger traffic at Europe’s airports. While previous forecasts predicted a full […]
12 October 2023

The world’s most unusual museums

There’s something about a privately kept piece of history that captures the imagination. It may not be as slickly curated or beautifully presented as a more […]