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Tourist numbers from India are booming. But they’re not here for a holiday

China continues to be the biggest source of international visitors with 1.32 million tourists followed by New Zealand (1.27 million), United States (764,000) and United Kingdom (674,000). India is also NSW’s seventh largest source of international visitors, with 168,000 tourists in the year to June 2019. More than half of …

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These Hotels Blend Into Their Surroundings so Well They’re Practically Invisible

We’ve seen hotels made from ice, now it’s salt’s turn. Fifteen miles from the nearest town, the isolated Palacio de Sal rises from the banks of the world’s largest salt flats, Salar de Uyuni, in southwest Bolivia. From afar, the hotel disappears when you blink, re-emerging like a mirage on …

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10 Animals That Can Walk Minutes After They’re Born

The most precious and precocious babies on Earth Efimova Anna/Shutterstock Human babies need almost constant care during their first few years of life. Most animals, however, become independent far earlier. Some—called precocial animals—can even walk and feed themselves shortly after they’re born. The word precocial is related to the word …

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Rugby World Cup 2019: Comparing Every RWC Nation With Their Premier League Counterpart

It’s time. The 2019 Rugby World Cup is upon us. It’s pervading the sporting consciousness for the next month or so. It’s ready. And so are we, armed with a host of footballing comparisons to get you primed for the tournament.  Don’t know what makes Japan and AFC Bournemouth genuinely …

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Monkey problem: St Kitts’ great attraction becomes great headache

Image copyright Dr Meghan Davis Image caption The monkeys are popular with tourists but can pose a problem for other wildlife Browse tourist snaps of St Kitts and some of the most photographed faces have olive-brown tresses and piercing hazel eyes which peer inquisitively from trees, private gardens and beach …

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Monkey problem: St Kitts great attraction becomes great headache

Image copyright Dr Meghan Davis Image caption The monkeys are popular with tourists but can pose a problem for other wildlife Browse tourist snaps of St Kitts and some of the most photographed faces have olive-brown tresses and piercing hazel eyes which peer inquisitively from trees, private gardens and beach …

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Is It Smooth Sailing Ahead for Royal Caribbean?

Royal Caribbean (NYSE:RCL) has been steadily expanding its fleet and adding new features to existing ones. The company has also revamped its Coco Cay private island to make it more appealing to families and people looking for an active day. The cruise line has also been working to attract families and …

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Is It Smooth Sailing Ahead for Royal Caribbean?

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”strongRoyal Caribbean/strong;span class=ticker(NYSE: RCL)/span has been steadily expanding its fleet and adding new features to existing ones. The company has also revamped its Coco Cay private island to make it more appealing to families and people looking for an active day. The …

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