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  • 20 March

    Big news from the cruise industry: SeaDream Yacht Club has announced that, for the first time since its founding in 2001, it is expanding its fleet with SeaDream Innovation, a new yacht, which will introduce the concept of “Global Yachting.” Commencing sailing in September 2021, the ultra-luxury yacht will sail to all seven continents in its first year, visiting […]

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  • 20 March

    Posted: 2/25/2019 | February 25th, 2019 While walking down the streets of Medellín, I came across a Dunkin’ Donuts, a donut chain from my hometown of Boston. (It’s the best. Locals are quite attached to Dunkin. Don’t mess with a Massachusetts resident and Dunkin.) As I looked at the store, a pit formed in my […]

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  • 20 March

    You might be put off booking your next flight on Norwegian because they have a number of B737 MAX Jets in their fleet. Once the 737 takes to the air again, you will be in with a good chance of flying on one of these transatlantic and beyond. But this is not the only problem […]

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  • 20 March

    English is widely spoken in Singapore but you may find it hard to understand some of what’s being said. Many Singaporeans speak what has been dubbed ‘Singlish’ which borrows from the many different languages spoken in Singapore. Here’s a collection of ‘Singlish’ terms which you might find handy on your Singapore vacation: 1. Action Derived […]

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  • 20 March

    Simon Antoine is heading back to Accor where he began his career in 1985, joining Sofitel New York as its new general manager. The hotelier brings more than 30 years of leadership experience to the Midtown Manhattan hotel, along with expertise in the food and beverage domain. His previously worked in a two-year tenure as […]

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  • 19 March

    My 8 Favorites in 2019

    Posted: 3/19/2019 | March 19th, 2019 There are a lot of hostels in Medellín. As “gringo central” for Colombia, you can’t walk five feet without coming across one, with majority located in El Pablado (Gringoland) and Laureles (up-and-coming Gringoland). In fact, if you look on Hostelworld, you’ll find 93 hostels in this city. That’s a […]

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  • 19 March

    I have reviewed more than 10 British Airways Club Europe Business Class flights reviews. If you travel around Europe on British Airways, their European Business Class is the highest class of travel offered on these short-haul flights. But please be warned; Business Class within Europe is nothing like British Airways Business Class worldwide. There are […]

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  • 19 March

    Whether you’re kick-starting the year with a meat-free resolution or you’ve been a veggie for years, traveling doesn’t need to be difficult. The UK is really easy to get around when living that vegan or veggie life.  England, Scotland and Wales In the UK, there’s a vegan revolution going on right now, with veganism reported […]

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  • 19 March

    Small-group tour operator Exodus Travels has launched a new Luxury Adventure Collection. The company says the collection is designed to combine the intrepid nature of adventure abroad with the extravagance of a five-star getaway. Travelers could explore remote destinations with local cuisine, butler services and spa treatments in-between wildlife excursions. The journeys are led by […]

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  • 19 March

    Updated: 2/27/2019 | February 27, 2019 Singapore is an expensive place to visit. There’s no way around it. The small city state is priced relative to the United States, which is a lot more expensive than its neighbors! On a small stop-over trip, this isn’t a problem. But on a big trip through the region, […]

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