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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

8 July 2022

Vietnam bans swimming and scuba diving in Nha Trang bay due to coral damage

We live in a world full of wonders. Even though many of us are fascinated by fictional universes like Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter or […]
8 July 2022

Brussels to limit cars in the city center as of 16 August

The area of the historical city center in Brussels, also known as the Pentagon, will become a car-free zone as of August 16th, as announced by […]
7 July 2022

Zeppelins might be the solution for short flights in Europe

The world’s largest aircraft will fly in Spain. The Airlander 10 is a gigantic and modern zeppelin manufactured by Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV), and it has […]
7 July 2022

British Airways cuts over 10,000 more flights. When will it stop?

Just one day after announcing the cancellation of 1,500 flights from the summer schedule, British Airways has released a new statement to say that 10,300 more […]
7 July 2022

Visit Wallonia launches a free pass with great deals for this summer

The summer has arrived and that means that many of us will soon be enjoying some well-deserved time off. After two years of having to stay […]
7 July 2022

Scandinavian airline SAS files for bankruptcy protection in the US

Scandinavian airline SAS has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States on Tuesday, one day after 1,000 of its pilots carried a strike. The airline’s […]
7 July 2022

Tourism sector calls on EU leaders to include buildings and road transport in the EU ETS

Tourism sector calls for balanced agreement on the final review of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), taking into account the inclusion of buildings and road […]
6 July 2022

Air New Zealand is the first airline to introduce beds for Economy class

A first in the history of aviation is about to materialize: Economy class passengers will have the option of sleeping in an actual bed on long […]
6 July 2022

Indonesia introduces digital nomad visa to allow stays of 5 tax free years

The pandemic has changed the world in more ways than anyone would have imagined. One of these changes is the adoption of work from home habits […]
6 July 2022

British Airways cuts another 1,500 flights, further cancellations still expected

Less than a month ago, British Airways announced the cancellation of 8,000 flights, or about 10% of the intended schedule for the summer months, but even […]
6 July 2022

The chaos is far from over as European airlines continue to face strikes

The chaos is far from over in European airports. Several strikes by the staff of many airlines are foreseen in the coming weeks. This will most […]
6 July 2022

This portable wind turbine can power you in the most remote areas

There’s a wind turbine that fits in a backpack. It’s about the same size as a water bottle. It weighs just 1.3 kilograms. Inside, there is […]
6 July 2022

Top 10 airlines by flight cancellations in Europe

The travel intelligence provider Mabrian has analysed data relating to European airline scheduling over the last few weeks in response to the operational challenges that many […]
6 July 2022

Vermont’s Suicide Six ski resort to change its ‘insensitive’ name

Suicide Six, a popular ski resort in Vermont, has announced that it will change its “insensitive” name in the upcoming weeks. On June 28, the popular […]
6 July 2022

Brussels Airlines will need to cancel more than 700 flights, unions warn

Brussels Airlines has decided to cancel about 700 flights for this summer season, but unions believe that the airline will need to cancel even more.  On […]
5 July 2022

Venice reveals final details of the €10 day trippers tax

Over the past few years Venice has been in the news for its day trippers’ tax. The city has been struggling with overtourism for years and […]
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