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‘Best Jobs’ boosts interest in Australian working trips

Ree Saunders
17 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Australia’s Best Jobs in the World competition seems to have had the desired effect on Australia’s tourism industry, with 72 per cent of those who entered the competition saying they are planning to apply for an Australian working visa. Seven out of ten of those who applied but failed are ...

Smugglers bringing KFC into Gaza from Egypt

Ree Saunders
17 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A new smuggling service in Egypt is bringing KFC to fast-food craving Gazans. Thanks to the new junk-food delivery service, hungry Gazans can order fried chicken via the service's Facebook fan page. The fast-food smugglers are using an underground network of tunnels to bring Kentucky Fried Chicken to hungry consumers. However, ...

Happy Norway Day! 10 surprising travel tips

Jan Moys
17 May, 2013 by Jan Moys

While the 17th May is just an average day for many of us, over in Norway Norwegians are preparing for a day of festivities to celebrate ‘syttende mai’, Norway’s Constitution Day. This year Norway will be celebrating 199 years of independence with parades, parties and festivities happening up and down ...

Australia’s 'Best Jobs in the World' final 18 announced

Ree Saunders
16 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Tourism Australia has announced the 18 finalists for its Best Jobs in the World competition. Three contestants for each of the six ‘dream’ jobs will now battle it out in the final stages of the competition next month. The United States has more finalists than any other participating country, topping the ...

Fly to Florida to visit Barbie’s Dreamhouse

Nicola Chapman
16 May, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

Children and adults on holiday in Florida now have yet another amusement park to go to, following the opening of Barbie’s Dreamhouse Experience. The full-sized version of Barbie’s Dreamhouse opened its doors to the public in South Florida yesterday. The 10,000 square foot attraction has already generated quite a buzz, with ...

BA adds new flights to Cyprus this summer

Victoria Hampton
16 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

The beautiful island of Cyprus lies at the crossroads of three continents – Europe, Africa and the Middle East, but officially resides in the far south-east of Europe. However at just a hop, skip and jump from Turkey, Egypt and Syria on the mainland, you can bet that it’s super-hot ...

Malta gears up for the Isle of MTV festival

Marisa Thomas
15 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The Isle of MTV Malta festival is set to return to the island for its seventh year this June. The annual free outdoor music festival will see an all-star international line up perform to crowds of 5,000 who have flown to Malta for the event. British pop sensation Rita Ora is ...

Buenos Aires offering pope themed bus tours

Jan Moys
15 May, 2013 by Jan Moys

Buenos Aires is offering tourists a unique chance to take a guided bus tour of the city to explore locations associated with Pope Francis. The “Papa Tour”, which launched on Saturday, takes tourists on a three-hour bus journey to the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral, where the pontiff was once archbishop. Other ...

Construction workers bulldoze Mayan pyramid in Belize

Drew Hendricks
15 May, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

Now may be a good time to book a holiday to Belize, after builders working for a construction company have near enough destroyed a 2,300 year old Mayan pyramid with diggers and bulldozers in order to extract rock for a new project. Construction workers clawed away at the side of ...

Flooded Argentine town resurfaces as tourist attraction

Ree Saunders
14 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The abandoned village of Epecuen in Argentina has become an unexpected tourist attraction as it has started to re-emerge after spending 25 years under water. The Argentinean ‘Atlantis’ was inundated with water in 1985 after a lake nearby the town burst its banks. The town of Epecuen, which is located 340 ...

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