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15 March 2021
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Google to make its hotel listings free

Google is letting hotels and travel companies around the world appear in hotel booking links on google.com/travel for free. This change will give travelers an additional […]
15 March 2021

Crew and guests to travel fully vaccinated on Royal Caribbean’s Odyssey of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International will launch the Odyssey of the Seas, its newest ship, from Israel in May. The Odyssey of the Seas will be the first […]
12 March 2021

All Volvo vehicles to be electric by 2030

With electric cars becoming increasingly popular, Volvo has pledged to meet the demand by going entirely electric. In an announcement on Tuesday 2nd March, the company […]
10 March 2021

Zoom is so 2020: welcome to the future with hologram meetings

Zoom could become a thing of the past following Microsoft’s unveiling of Mesh, a new mixed-reality platform which allows people in different physical locations to join […]
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 […]
5 March 2021

Is this the beginning of a wave of women-only tours?

More women read fiction than men. In the US, the UK and Canada, women account for 80 percent of fiction sales. “When women stop reading, the […]
4 March 2021

Where to eat in Barcelona? – 10 Places You Shouldn’t Miss!

Some people say Barcelona has become touristy and overcrowded, and the fight between Barcelona-lovers and Madrid-admirers about which is the nicer city, is ongoing. I spent […]
3 March 2021

These Belgian jeans are the most sustainable in the world

By recycling used jeans, Belgian company HNST is selling quality denim that is much more environmentally friendly than any other denim on the market to date. […]
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

First LGBT+ cruise to set sail to Antarctica in 2022

Travel company Vacaya in Argentina has announced that the first-ever LGBT+ cruise will navigate to Antarctica in December of 2022. The ship is the Ponant Le […]
1 March 2021

Russia’s mysterious stray dogs with blue-coloured fur

Russia is trying to work out the strange appearance of blue and green stray dogs in several industrial areas in the country that are hundreds of […]
26 February 2021

Tee off in the foothills of the Himalayas!

It’s hard to believe that the Golf clubs made it to Nepal over a century ago! In 1917 Rana Prime minister’s delegation, returning from Scotland, brought […]
25 February 2021

Travelling for cruel reasons: huntress kills a giraffe and shows its heart as a Valentine’s gift

Merelize Van Der Merwe,  a 32-year-old South African and fervent supporter of hunting, exhibited on Facebook the heart of a giraffe she killed in a reserve. On February 14, […]
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 […]
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 […]
23 February 2021

Covid-19 and the future of the Tokyo olympic games

The 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, have already been postponed once due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and are now due to take place […]
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