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  • Book excerpt: Disney World at 50 by the Orlando Sentinel

    Walt Disney World’s First 50 Years—Through the Lens of Orlando’s Newspaper

    Nowadays, Florida’s Walt Disney World—the most popular theme park destination on the planet—cultivates its global image through heavyweight marketing, synergistic sister brands, and a veritable army of loyal fans who praise the resort in all corners of social media.  But it wasn’t always that way. In the mid-1960s, when Walt Disney was secretly buying up […] More

  • 30 Wonderful Things to Do in Traverse City, Michigan

    30 Wonderful Things to Do in Traverse City, Michigan

    As one of the Midwest’s lakeside crown jewels, Traverse City is possibly one of the most underrated small cities in the country. There is a variety of things to do there, including plenty of outdoor adventures and even some haunted wonders! It’s home to an impressive food and wine scene and is surrounded by cherry […] More

  • Vaccine delivery now totals 27 million doses as the national and local government units work alongside the private sector in bringing in life-saving vaccines in the country

    PH total vaccine delivery now at 27 million doses thanks to joint efforts by gov’t, private sector

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (www.outoftownblog.com) – The Philippines has administered a total of 31,433,450 COVID vaccines doses as of August 2021, which is enough to inoculate 15% of the population. This feat is due, in large part, to joint efforts by the national government, local governments, and private industry players like Cebu Pacific, which […] More

  • 1961 US Figure Skating Team

    1961 US Figure Skating Team

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript In 1961, the United States figure skating team was one of the top programs in the world. The year before at the 1960 Olympics, they took the gold in both the men’s and women’s […] More

  • Gandamopinas

    DOT and TikTok launch #GandaMoPinas Campaign as local borders reopen

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (www.outoftownblog.com) – With the easing of restrictions for leisure travel, the Department of Tourism (DOT) and video-making and sharing app TikTok have collaborated once again for a campaign that celebrates the beauty of the country’s islands through #GandaMoPinas. Gandamopinas DOT’s previous collaboration with TikTok, the #SarapMagingPinoy challenge in-app garnered over […] More

  • U.S. to Allow Vaccinated Travelers from Abroad—and Tighten Testing for Unvaxxed Americans

    U.S. to Allow Vaccinated Travelers from Abroad—and Tighten Testing for Unvaxxed Americans

    The Biden administration is finally easing travel restrictions into the United States.  The White House announced on Monday that foreign visitors will be allowed to enter the country provided they have proof of vaccination and negative Covid-19 test results, the Associated Press reports. The new rules will take effect in “early November,” according to Pres. […] More

  • A Case for Sustainable Tourism

    A Case for Sustainable Tourism

    Albania: A Case for Sustainable Tourism Get my best stuff sent straight to you! [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [‘on’ + event] [‘on’ + event] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [‘on’ + event] [‘on’ + event] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] Original Source link More

  • Review: Four Seasons Tamarindo, Mexico

    Review: Four Seasons Tamarindo, Mexico

    Set on 1,200 hectares (3,000 acres) of verdant jungle in the State of Jalisco, the cliffside resort, Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo, México is located on a secluded enclave along the Pacific Ocean in the state of Jalisco, between the towns of La Manzanilla and Barra de Navidad. More… Review: Four Seasons Tamarindo, Mexico first appeared […] More

  • Alfred Wegener and Continental Drift

    Alfred Wegener and Continental Drift

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript In 1910, a German Earth scientist noticed something about the map of the world. South America seemed to fit into Africa. North America seemed to fit into northwest Africa and Europe.  He proposed that […] More

  • Cotswolds Day Tour

    Cotswolds Day Tour – Best Day Tour of the Cotswolds from London

    Today I want to tell you about a great Cotswolds day tour. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of my favorite places in England, and it’s an easy day trip from London. Given it can be tricky to cover a lot of ground here via public transport, a day tour to the […] More

  • Traveling in Troubled Times - Be My Travel Muse

    Traveling in Troubled Times – Be My Travel Muse

    It’s nearly noon on the island of Nuku Hiva, a stunning volcanic island on the fringes of French Polynesia.  I’m sitting on a deck looking out at a glittering bay, nearly fully encircled by dramatic peaks coated in fluffy green trees, bushes, and flowers, and fringed by black sand. White birds dance in pairs through […] More

  • The Truth About Pirates

    The Truth About Pirates

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Ahoy ye mates! It be International Talk Like a Pirate Day.  So I be thinking tis time to talk about the pirate life and how much of the legends of the pirates be true. […] More

  • The Truth About Pirates

    The Truth About Pirates

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Ahoy ye mates! It be International Talk Like a Pirate Day.  So I be thinking tis time to talk about the pirate life and how much of the legends of the pirates be true. […] More

  • Best Camping in Georgia

    Your Ultimate Guide to the Best Camping in Georgia

    Ready for camping season? We’re here to show you the best camping in Georgia. Whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned veteran, Georgia has a variety of beautiful camping spots. Growing up in Atlanta, we both went camping for the first time in North Georgia.  A big thank you to REI Co-op for […] More

  • Best Wall Tents in 2021 [TOP 9 LIST]

    If you are looking for a tent to use at your next camp or outdoor party, then this is the post for you. I have compiled a list of some of the best wall tents on the market so that you don’t have to spend hours researching. Some are lightweight, others focus on durability. Have […] More

  • Apple Users in 8 States Can Soon Use Their Phones as ID at Airports

    Apple Users in 8 States Can Soon Use Their Phones as ID at Airports

    A lot of Apple customers will soon be able to leave their IDs in their bags when going through airport security. Earlier this month, the company announced that eight U.S. states have signed on to a new system that allows iPhone owners to store government-validated digital versions of their driver’s licenses on smartphones. To participate, iPhone […] More

  • All-Inclusive Resort Chains Sandals and Beaches Set New Standard for Covid Guarantees

    All-Inclusive Resort Chains Sandals and Beaches Set New Standard for Covid Guarantees

    Sandals Resorts International is redefining the term “all-inclusive” to fit the needs of pandemic-era travelers.   The vacation company operates beachfront properties under the Beaches and Sandals banners in Saint Lucia, Jamaica (the Sandals Royal Caribbean is pictured above), Antigua, the Bahamas, Grenada, Barbados, Turks & Caicos, and Curaçao. No, the company is not throwing in […] More

  • Treachery of the Long Knives

    Treachery of the Long Knives

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript According to legend, sometime in the 5th century, a king of the Celtic Britons named Vortigern hired Anglo-Saxons mercenaries to help him fight his domestic enemies to hold his grip on power.  His plan […] More

  • Treachery of the Long Knives

    Treachery of the Long Knives

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript According to legend, sometime in the 5th century, a king of the Celtic Britons named Vortigern hired Anglo-Saxons mercenaries to help him fight his domestic enemies to hold his grip on power.  His plan […] More

  • Amorita Resort Poolside

    Going Greek at Bohol’s Amorita Resort

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (www.outoftownblog.com) – Taste the food of the gods as Amorita Resort brings the best of Greek culinary tradition to Panglao’s shore for its newest installment of BEats (Bohol Eats). BEats is a culinary pop-up series by the resort in collaboration with the country’s food scene icons. This is the Amorita […] More

  • Nomadic Matt Kepnes with read backpack in streets of France

    6 Steps to Avoiding “Analysis Paralysis” When Travel Planning

    Choice overload occurs when we have too many choices available to us. We are sometimes so paralyzed by the fear of making the wrong choice that they don’t make any choice. We may want to try something new, but we can’t figure out what we want the most — there are just too many options! […] More

  • travel blogger kim hawk with a shirt that says work hard travel well in paris france

    How to Travel More When You’re Short on Time

    Do you have a full time job? Do you dream of traveling the world? Wonder how you can fit all of your adventures into your meager vacation day allotment? You’re not alone. So many want to know how to travel more when time is limited. The good news is, it’s possible to travel well with […] More

  • Tasting Chinese Mooncakes

    Traditional Chinese Mooncakes and Mid-Autumn Festival Guide

    On Tuesday, September 21st 2021 people all over China will be celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival! What does it mean? For us in the West, it is another day, for Chinese and some neighboring countries, it is a very important tradition which carries a strong connection to the full moon (that is why it is called the Moon […] More

  • Chile Reopens for Tourism—with Lots of Red Tape

    Chile Reopens for Tourism—with Lots of Red Tape

    Chile, like many countries, declared itself off-limits to international tourism about a year and a half ago. Starting October 1, the South American country is finally putting itself back on the market. But the host of requirements introduced would be difficult to fulfill on a backcountry hiking vacation to remote places such as eastern Patagonia […] More

  • Yishun-Sembawang Neighbourhood Guide — 9 Lesser Known things to do in the North of Singapore

    Yishun-Sembawang Neighbourhood Guide — 9 Lesser Known things to do in the North of Singapore

    Is the north of Singapore really worth travelling to? 🤔 Those who don’t frequent the north of Singapore may associate Yishun with crimes and Sembawang with… well, the hot spring park. But is that really all to part of Singapore? Due of the lack of well-known landmarks in the Yishun-Sembawang neighbourhood, it’s unlikely you’ve explored […] More

  • How to Plan a Trip in 7 Steps

    How to Plan a Trip in 7 Steps

    Planning a solo trip can be a stressful experience, especially if you are doing it for the first time. Having planned literally hundreds of solo trips over the course of nine years, I have now mastered a failure-proof formula that makes sure I have a successful trip on which I don’t get scammed, save as […] More

  • 11 Fascinating Places Around the World That Disappear at High Tide

    11 Fascinating Places Around the World That Disappear at High Tide

    Witness runways and cobbled paths around the world disappear before your eyes! 😯 While traveling in London, I chanced upon something strange: What are these sculptures doing in the middle of River Thames? Photo credit: Metro A quick google search revealed that these sculptures represent the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. As part of the […] More

  • All About Cosmic Rays

    All About Cosmic Rays

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Who matter where you are right now, no matter what time you are listening to this, there is one thing that I can safely say about you right now. Your body is being bombarded […] More

  • Weekend in Eastbourne

    Weekend in Eastbourne – Itinerary for the Best Short Breaks in Eastbourne

    Today I want to share my itinerary for a weekend in Eastbourne with you. Just an hour-and-a-half south of London, this resort town on the south coast in East Sussex is known for its 19th-century pier, historic bandstand, and pebble beach. Add to that the chalk cliffs along Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters, and […] More

  • Best Camera Drone Under 300 in 2021 [TOP 6 LIST]

    If you are looking for a drone that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, then this blog post is the perfect place to start. We will discuss camera drones under 300 dollars which offer amazing features at a price point that won’t break your bank account. What is the Best Camera Drone Under 300? […] More

  • Thailand Reopening Bangkok and Other Popular Areas for Vaccinated Tourists

    Thailand Reopening Bangkok and Other Popular Areas for Vaccinated Tourists

    Bangkok, which was one of the world’s most visited cities before the pandemic shut down tourism, will finally reopen to fully vaccinated foreigners on Friday, October 1.  The Tourism Authority of Thailand announced that international visitors to the capital city and four other popular areas—Chiang Mai, Chon Buri, Phetchaburi, and Prachuap Khiri Khan—will no longer […] More

  • How to Pop Your Ears on an Airplane

    How to Pop Your Ears on an Airplane

    Why do your ears get clogged on an airplane?  It has to do with the air pressure outside of your head not matching the air pressure inside your middle ear. In ordinary circumstances (like when you’re not hurtling through the sky in a metal can), air pressure is regulated by a narrow passageway called a […] More

  • Singapore Staycation — Attractive Hotel Deals for Every Type of Traveller

    Singapore Staycation — Attractive Hotel Deals for Every Type of Traveller

    From 2 Sep – 30 Nov 2021, enjoy up to S$480 back in statement credits when you book a staycation with American Express! Photo credit: Hyatt Everyone loves staycations. With travel taking a temporary backseat, they’re the closest thing we can get to a holiday. Photo credit: Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Staycations are actually a […] More

  • The Port Chicago Disaster

    The Port Chicago Disaster

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript On July 17, 1944, one of the worst disasters to befall the American military during World War II occurred. It didn’t occur in Europe or the Pacific, however. It took place on US soil.  […] More

  • Fort Santiago in Intramuros

    Intramuros sites and Rizal Park to reopen September 16

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (www.outoftownblog.com) – Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat on Wednesday (September 15) announced the reopening of Rizal Park and three sites in Intramuros namely Fort Santiago, Baluarte de San Diego, and Plaza San Luis under limited capacity and shortened operating hours. Starting on September 16 (Thursday), Rizal Park will […] More

  • 15 best places to visit in october in usa

    15 Best Places to Visit in October in USA » Local Adventurer

    Don’t Miss: Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze, Headless Horseman Bridge, Sleepy Hollow CemeteryWhat to Eat: Lefteris Gyro, Bridge View Tavern & Beer Garden, Sweet Grass GrillWhere to Stay: Castle Hotel & Spa (luxury), Sleepy Hollow Hotel (mid-range), Budget Motor Inn (budget)Weather Avg: 65° / 46° F It’s best known as the setting of Irving’s The Legend of […] More

  • Best Fan for Tent Camping in 2021 [TOP 7 LIST]

    Camping is one of the most enjoyable ways to spend a summer. It’s easy, it’s free, and you can take your whole family with you! There are some things to keep in mind when camping though. One of those things is how to stay cool during the day while cooking dinner or just hanging out […] More

  • Wellness Travel and a Quest for a Passion Filled Life

    Wellness Travel and a Quest for a Passion Filled Life

    Home » Blog » Destinations » Featured » Wellness, Travel, and the Search for a Passion-filled life with Beyond the Nest In an effort to bring you some new voices on Ottsworld, here is a guest post from writer Sherry Spitsnaugle. I met Sherry S at a Denver event and found out that she was […] More

  • 13 of the Best National Parks in California

    13 of the Best National Parks in California

    You may already know where California ranks on our top 15 most beautiful states in the USA. If so, you can guess why the Golden State ranks so high on our list. California is home to 9 of the United States’ 63 national parks, plus a variety of other federally protected natural areas. Since it’s […] More

  • Walt Disney World’s 50th Birthday Is an Anticlimax—So When Should You Go?

    Walt Disney World’s 50th Birthday Is an Anticlimax—So When Should You Go?

    In 2021, Walt Disney World in Florida turns a half-century old. On October 1, 1971, Walt Disney’s brother and business partner, Roy, dedicated the East Coast version of California’s Disneyland (and died less than three months later). At first, there wasn’t a lot: Magic Kingdom—Florida’s scaled-down answer to the first park in Anaheim—plus a few places […] More

  • DOT clarifies travel guidelines for NCR residents under Alert Level 4

    DOT clarifies travel guidelines for NCR residents under Alert Level 4

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (www.outoftownblog.com) – The Department of Tourism (DOT) welcomes the latest resolution of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID), allowing interzonal leisure travel for residents of the National Capital Region (NCR) now that it will be placed under the Alert Level 4 classification from September […] More

  • How to Save Money When Traveling

    How to Save Money When Traveling

    Want to save money when traveling? In almost twenty years of travel together, Charles and I have used almost every budget travel hack around. These are some of our favorite ways to save money on vacation. How to Save Money When Traveling There are almost as many methods to save money while traveling as there […] More

  • Best Battery Fan for Camping in 2021 [TOP 8 LIST]

    Camping is a great way to spend time with the family and enjoy nature, but there are some things you should be prepared for. If you’re not used to being in hot weather, it can get very uncomfortable. One of the ways that people have found relief from heat exhaustion is by using battery fans. […] More

  • North America Is Getting an All-Inclusive Ski Resort from Club Med

    North America Is Getting an All-Inclusive Ski Resort from Club Med

    The year was 1950. Belgian water polo champion Gérard Blitz got a hold of a bunch of army surplus tents left over from the recently concluded World War II and decided to start a business venture with them. He set up a camp on the Spanish island of Majorca with the aim of creating simple, […] More

  • Your Guide to (Legally) Staying in Europe for More Than 90 Days

    Your Guide to (Legally) Staying in Europe for More Than 90 Days

    Your Guide to (Legally) Staying in Europe for More Than 90 Days Get my best stuff sent straight to you! [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [‘on’ + event] [‘on’ + event] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [‘on’ + event] [‘on’ + event] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] [id^=”_form”] [id^=”_form”] [id$=”_submit”] [id$=”_submit”] [‘on’ + event] [‘on’ + event] [+_a-z0-9-‘&=] […] More

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