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Some wanderlust for the weekend :) Just like the sun over Yellowstone National Park, we can see the weekend approac… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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We're going off the beaten track for today's #DailyEscape! Puerto Armuelles in Panama is today's stunning destinati… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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It's also #NationalSelfieDay! So if you've got any great travel-based selfies, we'd love to see them! 😎📸 pic.twitter.com/A4FW4miK2r
 

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Turkey’s tourism office reassures travellers

Drew Hendricks
10 June, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

The Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism has claimed there are “no problems” facing tourists planning on travelling to the country. However, protests in the country have spread to tourist areas over the weekend, although the ministry insists there is still no threat to security or transport. The message from the ...

Dubai to build district dedicated to fashion and design

Marisa Thomas
10 June, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Dubai has announced plans to build a new design district in the city solely aimed at developing the emirate’s fashion and design sector. To new hub, called the Dubai Design District, is hoped to make Dubai even more of a fashion hotspot than it already is. The announcement of the new ...

Vaccine could signal end to “Delhi belly” holiday woes

DB1 Ree Saunders
9 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Many of us have experienced it – that violently upset stomach that invades your exotic dream holiday and generally saps the energy out of you and the fun out of your vacation.   But now it seems the days of the famed “Delhi belly” or “travellers tummy” could be all but over, ...

Plans for London to Tokyo train link moving forward

Trans1 Ree Saunders
9 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Construction may soon begin on a rail link that could see a London to Tokyo rail journey become a reality.   Officials from Russia and Japan met last week to discuss the plans, which would involve an extension of the Trans Siberian railway from mainland Russia to Japan by way of a ...

Vietnam teeing up for golf tourism boom

GV1 Mike Potter
9 June, 2013 by Mike Potter

Vietnam is reinventing itself as a prime destination for golf tourism, and a new link launching daily Emirates flights between Dubai and Ho Chi Minh City is set to increase the influx of golfers from the Middle East and Europe.   Vietnam has seen a number of new luxury golf developments spring ...

Brits still splashing the cash on holiday overspend

HS1 Victoria Hampton
8 June, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

A survey has revealed that British holidaymakers routinely overspend during their holidays abroad, with the recession having no apparent impact on our desire to treat ourselves when we go away.   Travel website Skyscanner conducted the poll, and reveal that over 40 per cent of travellers spent more than they had budgeted ...

Foodie heaven: Eat your way around Australia

Ree Saunders
7 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

For foodies, Australia is one of the world’s most diverse nations. This vast antipodean island is so large that it manages to produce pretty much everything on its own soil – whether it’s prime steak from the cattle ranches of Queensland, creamy, pumpkin-sized avocados from Western Australia (there is even ...

Justin Bieber joins Brangelina, DiCaprio for space holiday

Marisa Thomas
7 June, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Justin Bieber is the latest celebrity to book a trip to space with Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic commercial space flight company. Branson spilled the news via his Twitter account that Bieber and his manager Scooter Braun had paid the $250,000 deposit to join the waiting list of aspiring space-tourists. "Great to ...

Singapore Airlines’ meals take flight during bumpy ride

Ree Saunders
6 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Passengers weren’t the only thing up in the air during a recent Singapore Airlines flight to London Heathrow as heavy turbulence caused customers’ meals to fly around the cabin. The aircraft hit turbulence just after breakfast was served on-board, causing passengers’ meals to be thrown about the cabin. Coffee cups and ...

Volcano in Iceland to open for midnight tours

Jan Moys
6 June, 2013 by Jan Moys

Tour operators of the Thrihnukagigur volcano in Iceland have announced that they will be extending the visiting hours to the volcano during the summer months of this year. Visitors to the volcano, which has been dormant for 4,000 years, will now be able to tour the inside of Thrihnukagigur during ...

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