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Solo cruises on Royal Caribbean

Are you thinking of going on a Royal Caribbean cruise solo? It is not as crazy as it may sound, and a lot of people take this sort of vacation every year! Going on a solo cruise means being able to do what you want, when you want to do …

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19 hidden beaches around the world that locals don’t even know about

caption It’s not always easy to find quiet, empty beaches, but it is worth it. source Shutterstock Many beautiful beaches around the world are fairly quiet, secluded hidden gems. Black Island in Palawan, Philippines, has lush foliage and caves that are perfect for underwater exploration. Some beaches, like Hole in …

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Why we should revisit our favourite destinations once lockdown has lifted

Tamara Lohan MBE is the co-founder and chief executive officer at Mr Mrs Smith, a global travel club known for curating the world’s most unique and beautiful hotels. How do you talk about travel when it’s currently a dirty word? As Covid-19 has spread, I’ve seen our beloved industry fall …

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Three new rides at Water Safari

OLD FORGE, NY — Construction is back under way andthere will be many changes adding color on the hill at Enchanted Forest Water Safari in Old Forge, New York with the building of three new rides. The much-anticipated reveal of the three new rides at Enchanted Forest Water Safari for …

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The pandemic bump

In the last two months alone, Bite Squad added more local eateries to its platform from many independent neighborhood restaurants, as well as several well-known chains, with an increase of 19% over this quarter of last year. As unprecedented actions to slow the spread of Covid-19 took effect, some businesses saw …

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The world’s best running routes | The traveler

Running has a releasing effect for the mind while helping to be fit, to enjoy open spaces and to discover new corners of the cities. And now, in addition, running is more fashionable than ever. Perhaps due to the lockdown, we all want to run away and the most fans …

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WATCH | Meet the 300 women sailing the seas to fight plastic pollution

Some 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic has been produced since the 1950s, says Greenpeace. An estimated 8 million tonnes of plastic waste enter the world’s oceans each year, says the UN. Of that, almost 30,000 tonnes of microplastics end up contaminating nature, according to the ECHA. With so many data …

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The traveller in late 2020 and beyond: What will matter and where they’re going

LONDON – While no one yet has definitive answers about the future of travel, the following trends have emerged from the countless conversations Black Tomato has had with its clients and partners. One thing is for sure though – we will travel again; and when the national and international restrictions …

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First SpaceX commercial human spaceflight transforms space travel and opens up skies for tourists

When the NASA SpaceX test flight lifts off from Cape Canaveral Thursday morning, there will be more than just national pride riding on its success. Not only does it return US missions to home soil, but the first commercial operation to carry humans to the International Space Station opens up …

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