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THE CHEAPEST PLACES TO TRAVEL
09 JAN 2018: Alex and Marko, the Vaga brothers, provide an extensive list of the 31 Cheapest Budget Travel Destinations in the World with tips on what to do in each. As travel professionals I'll leave it for you to decide on their choices. MORE

NEW ROLLER COASTERS FOR 2018
09 FEB 2018: I've never been a huge enthusiast, but there are roller coasters fanatics all over the world - people who travel and take vacations just to try the latest monster thriller. About-to-be newlyweds have even been known to plan their honeymoons around the added excitement of roller coaster rides - does that say something? MORE

GO TO AUSTRALIA II
Air New Zealand offers a way to beat the post game blues
09 FEB 2018: And that's not the only way to go. Got post-game blues? Get away from it all in Australia. Air New Zealand is offering disappointed fans a way to escape the post-game limelight with a huge sale Down Under. Australia boasts amazing cuisine and breath-taking views, but most importantly, it is full of friendly people who know nothing about the American sports.   MORE

GO TO AUSTRALIA
Tourism Australia launches new push to Americans
09 FEB 2018: The Super Bowl, the most watched television broadcast in the United States, kicked off a new A$36 million marketing push by Tourism Australia, aimed at supercharging the value of American tourism Down Under.   MORE

SPACE AND UNIVERSE.
SpaceX live views of Starman car in space
09 FEB 2018: On February 6th 3:45pm EST SpaceX launched their amazing Falcon Heavy rocket. In the nose of the rocket was STARMAN sitting in his Tesla car! With the successful launch, the Heavy became the most powerful rocket flying today. And Musk's Roadster became the fastest car ever, hurtling off the planet and zooming away on a route that will now take it all the way to the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.    MORE

PATIENCE NEEDED
Snowstorm in upper Midwest delays air travellers
09 FEB 2018: Thousands of air travellers are being delayed by a winter snowstorm that's moving across the across the upper Midwest. The Chicago Department of Aviation reports Friday morning that about 550 flights were cancelled at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and about 230 flights were cancelled at Chicago's Midway Airport.   MORE

RESCUE AT SEA
A sea turtle was spotted by a US Coast Guard cutter in the eastern Pacific Ocean. It was surrounded by tens of millions of dollars' worth of cocaine. The sea turtle was entangled in lines connecting over two dozen bundles of cocaine.   MORE

5 CRUISES TO AVOID AND WHY.
Not every cruise is for everyone. Here are five types cruises you might want to stay clear of when choosing a cruising vacation. For various reasons some cruises and cruise ships risk not living up to expectations.   MORE

UNICYCLE THIEF SOUGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO
Someone at the San Francisco airport stole a 7-foot (2.13-meter) unicycle used by the Red Panda Acrobat for her plate-juggling routine and the legendary performer is offering a $2,000 reward to get it back.   MORE

THE LONGEST ZIP LINE
The United Arab Emirates have claimed a record this week with the opening of the world's longest zip line, measuring 2.83 kilometres (1.76 miles) in length. Guinness World Records officials certified the zip line in Ras al-Khaimah on the same day the attraction opened to the public. MORE

TAKE OFF
Have you ever dreamed of being in the cockpit of the A380? Well here's your chance. Join Lufthansa's top pilot in the cockpit of the world's biggest plane as it takes off. MORE

CLYDE BUTCHER
Capturing the Everglades
Clyde Butcher was Person of the Week on ABC News twenty years ago. Butcher's passion and desire holds strong to this day continuing to photograph and fight for the environment and to go to great lengths to do what he can to save something he holds so dear to him. MORE

PLEIN AIRE COTTAGE ARTISTS
The Plein Aire Cottage Artist are a trio of remarkable women who began about 20 years ago to capture on canvas the beautiful landscape and cottages around them before they succumbed to the environment or the developer.   MORE

GOING FISHING
Birds in flight eaten by giant fish
You'd think a bird might be safe flying above the water. But unbelievably, giant trevallies (a large fish family which includes jacks and pompanos), launch themselves out of the water to catch fledgling terns. MORE

GOOD VIBRATIONS
26 JAN 2018: Operations agent Kyran Ashford said he hopes to give travellers "30 seconds of positive vibes" as he dances down the tarmac at Greater Rochester International Airport in New York. Ashford is the exuberant dancing sensation bringing light and life to the tarmac of the upstate airport, captured in a now-viral Facebook video by passenger country music artist Terry McBride and posted to social media. (VIDEO) MORE

SELF PARKING SLIPPERS
26 JAN 2018: Combining the ultimate in traditional hospitality with Nissan's autonomous driving technology, one Japanese inn is treating guests to some unusual amenities: self-parking slippers, tables and floor cushions. At first glance, the ProPILOT Park Ryokan looks like any other traditional Japanese inn, or ryokan. Slippers are neatly lined up at the foyer, where guests remove their shoes. Tatami rooms are furnished with low tables and floor cushions for sitting.(VIDEO)   MORE

DON'T BREATHE THE AIR
26 JAN 2018: Thick smog choked Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour, hiding what on other days is an impressive spectacle of sea, hills, and skyline. Every monitoring station in Hong Kong reported dangerously bad air. Winter often brings heavy air pollution to this specially governed metropolis of southern China, but particulate matter levels on January 22 hit eight times the acceptable maximum. Officials warned children, elderly, and those with heart or lung problems to stay inside. (VIDEO) MORE

DAVOS IN THE NEWS
26 JAN 2018: Some of the world's most powerful leaders (and a number of Hollywood-type celebrities) take over the town of Davos, Switzerland every January. Ever wonder the why, what, and how, of it all? (VIDEO) MORE

40 YEARS ALONE IN THE WOODS
Now Scientists Love Him
19 JAN 2018: Welcome to Gothic, Colorado-one of the coldest places in the United States. This ghost town has been abandoned since the 1920s, but there is at least one person who still calls it home. For more than 40 years, current resident Billy Barr has lived in a small cabin, recording data about the snowpack to pass the time. (VIDEO) MORE

GROUNDED
Airplane Converted to Functional Home
Bruce Campbell bought a Boeing 727 jetliner and converted it into his home. His goal is to provide not just a functional, comfortable place to live, but an example for future Airplane Home Development parks. MORE

ULTIMATE WINERY EXPERIENCES OF AUSTRALIA
Australia offers a diverse group of winemakers who represent the depth and breadth of what makes Australian wine so exciting.   MORE

CIRCULAR RUNWAYS
Will straight runways disappear and circular runways take over. That sounds like a crazy idea - or does it? MORE

Travel.Enjoy.Respect.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism. UNWTO's membership includes 158 countries, 6 Associate Members and over 500 Affiliate Membersrepresenting the private sector, educational institutions, tourism associations and local tourism authorities. MORE

CULINARY DELIGHTS IN ST. PETE.
Several new culinary spots have popped up around St. Pete/Clearwater with unique characteristics and downright delicious food. MORE

THE NORTHERNMOST TOWN IN THE US
Barrow, Alaska
Utqiagvik, Alaska, more commonly known Barrow, is the furthest north of all US cities -roughly 1,300 miles (2,100 km) south of the North Pole. The image above was taken at 1.45 am on May 30.    MORE
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