Divers Ahoy, Bahrain’s Opening The World’s Largest Underwater Theme Park

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Surviving a Plane Crash

After sealing the transfer deal of his career, Emiliano Sala boarded a light aircraft heading to his new club in England. That was the last anyone had seen of the Argentinian football striker. Last Tuesday, his plane vanished from the radar and disappeared over the English Channel. Experts claim it…

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Visit A Retirement Home For Sloths

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Astounding Aragon: An Introduction

Perennially underrated, Aragon in Spain is oft overlooked by tourists, and for no good reason too. The reason is rich (I mean, really rich) in medieval history, lined with majestic mountain landscapes, and dotted with marvellous architecture.   Location From North to South, the provinces of Huesca, Zaragoza, and Teruel…

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Google’s Most Searched Travel Destinations of 2018

  We are almost a month into 2019. Past the year-end holiday season. The hustle and bustle of life is staring at our faces. Job fatigue is kicking right back in. Amongst the piling work load and rising stress levels, you might be reminiscing about your previous vacation.   Then…

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When in Rome… Hire An Instagram Boyfriend!

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5 Must-Visit Markets in Ireland

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Maldives Issues Warning After Multiple Drownings

Officials in the Maldives have issued a nationwide safety warning following a tragic two week span which saw five tourists drown.   All tour and resort operators were pressed to keep a close lookout for their customers’ safety.   Police have also advised tourists to keep extra caution.   The…

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LGBT-friendly Albuquerque

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Indonesia’s Komodo National Park to Close for a Year

The Komodo National Park, situated within the Lesser Sunder Islands of Indonesia, is due to close to tourists for a year.   Local authorities announced the closure of the popular park last Friday, citing the need to increase the population of Komodo dragons and deer.   An official detailed timeline…

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