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It's the WEEKEND! We wish you a day as relaxing as the endlessly beautiful Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman's west… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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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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Hobbit Fans Fly to New Zealand to Explore Middle Earth

The Hobbit1 Ree Saunders
15 December, 2012 by Ree Saunders

The new Peter Jackson adaptation of Tolkein's beloved book The Hobbit appears to be generating a boost in visitor numbers to New Zealand similar to the one created by the Lord of the Rings franchise. Flights to New Zealand have seen huge increases in demand since even before the film's ...

Dubai Scoops 14 Awards at 'Travel Oscars'

Dubai1 Kathy McLeman
14 December, 2012 by Kathy McLeman

The rise of Dubai as one of the world's top holiday destinations was confirmed this week after the Emirate scooped 14 awards at the prestigious World Travel Awards, held in India. Dubai's iconic Burj al Arab hotel won three awards, being named the World's Leading Hotel as well as the ...

Europe's Scariest and Highest Suspension Bridge Opens

Workers on Titlis Nicola Chapman
14 December, 2012 by Nicola Chapman

This week in the Alps skiers and holiday goers were celebrating more than the snowy weather as Europe’s highest suspension bridge opened, teetering at a dizzying 3,000 metres above sea level! A handful of lucky daredevils got to preview the Titlis Bridge Walk last week but it opens to the ...

Record 1 Billion International Travellers in 2012

Bolivia Drew Hendricks
13 December, 2012 by Drew Hendricks

2012 has been a record year for international travel, with one billion people having crossed international borders, according to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). The milestone 1 billion mark was estimated by the WTTC to have been reached today, December 13th, surpassing all previous years and indicating the ...

Fly to Spain for Michelin Star Magic in 2013

Michelin Spain1 Victoria Hampton
13 December, 2012 by Victoria Hampton

Food lovers looking for a gastronomic holiday in 2013 could do worse than heading to Spain, thanks to the country being awarded 20 new Michelin stars in the new 2013 guide. The  definitive culinary guidebook has recognised the rising standards of Spain's many high-class eateries, leading to Spain's tourist board to ...

India Named Top Destination at World Travel Awards

India1 Jan Moys
13 December, 2012 by Jan Moys

India fought off stiff competition to claim the title of "World's Leading Destination" at yesterday's World Travel Awards (WTA), held in New Delhi. Other nominees for the prestigious award included Jamaica, Rio de Janeiro, Lisbon and Dubai, but India came out on top for the second year in a row. ...

Fly to Florida in 2013 to Celebrate 500th Anniversary

Florida1 Ree Saunders
13 December, 2012 by Ree Saunders

The Sunshine State of Florida is providing holidaymakers with one more reason to pay a visit in 2013, with various celebrations taking place around the 500th anniversary of the first Western explorer to set foot in the region. The Spaniard Juan Ponce de Leon was the first Westerner to enjoy ...

Flights to USA Avoid Storms Using New NASA Tech

Storm1 Drew Hendricks
12 December, 2012 by Drew Hendricks

New weather-forecasting technology from NASA is set to become a vital aid to transatlantic pilots in avoiding potentially dangerous or disruptive weather conditions over the ocean. The new technology will gives pilots and air traffic controllers a more accurate view of rapidly-changing weather systems over areas of open water. Prior ...

Thousands Fly to Turkey to Escape Mayan Apocalypse

Mayan calendar Ree Saunders
12 December, 2012 by Ree Saunders

2012 has been a pretty huge year, we've had the London Olympics, the Diamond Jubilee and it has been recently announced that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their first child, but for some, the most anticipated event of 2012 for some is yet to come. Of course we are ...

USA Flights to Benefit from Delta Alliance with Virgin Atlantic

Delta Virgin Victoria Hampton
12 December, 2012 by Victoria Hampton

Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines have formed a strategic alliance which will see an expanded network of transatlantic routes. The two airlines have agreed to join forces to create a more competitive service between the US and the UK, and will see Delta investing $360 million into Virgin Atlantic. ...

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