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Fiji Airways Cancels All International Flights in July; Warns of August Reductions

Fiji Airways has extended the suspension of all international scheduled flights until the end of July, at the earliest. The airline had hoped to be able to resume international services this month, but prolonged border closures and travel restrictions caused by the ongoing COVID19 pandemic have forced the airline to …

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California beaches and state parks expected to be ordered closed

Sacramento, California — Governor Gavin Newsom will order all beaches and state parks closed Friday after tens of thousands of people flocked to the seashore last weekend during a heat wave despite his coronavirus-related stay-at-home order, according to a memo sent Wednesday evening to police chiefs around the state and …

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Garth Owen-Smith – an African conservation hero

Garth Owen-Smith (1940-2020), a great African conservation visionary and globally recognised pioneer in community conservation, died on April 11th after a long battle with cancer. Garth’s vision of community-driven conservation, which he began to put into practice in Namibia’s arid northwest during the 1980s, laid the foundations for the country’s …

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Hit the road! Driving trips you can do in June in your state or territory

Or Victorians can take an hour-and-a-half drive from Melbourne to Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges for a relaxing weekend away. Here they’ll be able to watch native wildlife at play, drink local mineral water from Lake Daylesford, paddle around in a kayak on Jubilee Lake, or get the blood flowing …

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The Lodge at Chaa Creek Is Offering Belize Virtual Vacations While Waiting For Travel to Reopen

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”bThe Lodge at Chaa Creek, Belize’s oldest family owned and operated eco-resort, is temporarily closed. While waiting to reopen, it’s offering families tips on how to enjoy a virtual Belize vacation. /b” data-reactid=”12″>The Lodge at Chaa Creek, Belize’s oldest family owned and …

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10 weird things about Royal Caribbean cruises that no one tells you

I have been lucky enough to cruise on Royal Caribbean for many years, but there are definitely a few odd things about cruising that someone new to a cruise might not expect. Going on a cruise is a fun family vacation, but there are definitely some nuances and experiences that …

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Disney+ announces June 2020 new releases

Disney+ has announced everything that is coming to the streaming service in the month of June, headed by a movie that is premiering exclusively on the platform after being originally intended for cinemas. The Artemis Fowl movie is based on the popular series of books, and stars Frozen’s Josh Gad …

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Korean Air Adds Baggage Tracking Service to Skypass App

Korean Air has launched a service that notifies passengers when their checked baggage has been loaded on their flights. The service is available to Skypass members with Korean Air’s mobile app who have enabled push notifications. When the baggage is checked, it’s transported to the loading area in front of …

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You might be surprised how much it costs to charter a yacht right now

The size of the boat determines the crew size, which can range from several people (who often wear multiple hats while onboard) to a full staff of officers, engineers, electricians, deckhands, stewards, chefs and housekeepers in addition to the captain. Among high-end clientele, the reputation of the crew affects the …

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