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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 ...

Fly to New York for the tallest towers

Marisa Thomas
14 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New York’s skyscraper skyline has just reached new heights as the One World Trade Centre has become the world’s third-tallest building. A new 124 metre steel spire installed on the building last Friday means the tower now stands at 541 metres, taking its place in the iconic skyline that brings ...

South Africa voted top dream destination

Ree Saunders
14 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

South Africa has been voted the number one dream destination by WAYN, the world’s largest travel and lifestyle social networking community. More than 15,300 people voted a holiday in South Africa to be their dream trip, awarding the country with the coveted top spot. A total of 78,000 votes were counted ...

Women spend nearly £250 on holiday 'essentials'

Marisa Thomas
13 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Many of us girls break our holiday budget before we’ve even set foot on the plane, a new survey has revealed. According to sunshine.co.uk, a third of women spend an average of £245 on holiday clothes, accessories and toiletries each time they go abroad. We all have the urge to splash ...

Women spend nearly £250 on holiday 'essentials'

Marisa Thomas
13 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Many of us girls break our holiday budget before we’ve even set foot on the plane, a new survey has revealed. According to sunshine.co.uk, a third of women spend an average of £245 on holiday clothes, accessories and toiletries each time they go abroad. We all have the urge to splash ...

Emirates to offer shisha lounge at 40,000 feet

Victoria Hampton
13 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Emirates has revealed plans to trial a brand new shisha lounge on-board its fleet of Airbus A380 aircraft. The lounges, which would be available exclusively to business and first class passengers, are expected to launch on several of the superjumbo aircraft from next month. Passengers flying either first or business class ...

Emirates to offer shisha lounge at 40,000 feet

Victoria Hampton
13 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Emirates has revealed plans to trial a brand new shisha lounge on-board its fleet of Airbus A380 aircraft. The lounges, which would be available exclusively to business and first class passengers, are expected to launch on several of the superjumbo aircraft from next month. Passengers flying to the USA, the Middle ...

Golf World Cup leaves China for Australia

Mike Potter
13 May, 2013 by Mike Potter

The International Federation of PGA Tours has announced that Australia will host the Golf World Cup at Royal Melbourne in November. The news was announced by the PGA, the Australian state of Victoria and the International Golf Association on Sunday. The revamped $8 million World Cup is due to take place ...

Ain’t no mountain high enough for 80-year old adventurers

E801 Ree Saunders
12 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Two octogenarian explorers are fighting to become the oldest men to reach the summit of Mount Everest. The men vying for the title are Min Bahadur Sherchan of Nepal, who has just turned 81, and Yuichiro Miura of Japan, who is 80. Both men are currently stationed at Everest Base Camp, ...

Prince Harry wooing crowds on latest USA tour

PH1 Drew Hendricks
12 May, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

The USA has been struck down once again with Prince Harry fever, as the country welcomes the world’s most eligible royal bachelor for a week long visit to promote Britain and its charities.   The prince has charmed America, and particularly its female population, since gaining fame during a well-publicised and notorious ...

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