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  • Hertz to Pay $168 Million to Falsely Arrested Customers—From Its Insurance

    Hertz to Pay $168 Million to Falsely Arrested Customers—From Its Insurance

    We have an update to the ongoing scandal involving the Hertz Corporation, which was accused by hundreds of customers of reporting them to police for stealing cars that were lawfully rented. The lawsuits by onetime customers have been mounting for several years. In one typical incident that was caught on video, a Pennsylvania customer was hauled into […] More

  • 15 Best Lakes in Montana

    15 Best Lakes in Montana

    Written by Daniel Mooers Danny is a Minnesota native living and teaching high school English in Phoenix, Arizona. His breaks and summers are dedicated to traveling to any new place he can – preferably overland. Finding it hard to stay away from the mountains, Danny has explored the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and the Beartooth […] More

  • The 2022 Wanderland Holiday Gift Guide

    The 2022 Wanderland Holiday Gift Guide

    If you all are following along on my Instagram Stories, you know that right now I’m off on a European Christmas Markets trip I have loosely planned since the beginning of the year. I have a lot to say about this trip in the near future, because it really has brought back the holiday spirit […] More

  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silver

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silver

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Podcast Transcript For thousands of years, one of the most valuable elements on the periodic table has been silver.  Silver has been valued for its use in coins and jewelry […] More

  • Saying ‘I Did That’ Is The Prime Directive Of Life

    Saying ‘I Did That’ Is The Prime Directive Of Life

    ASTORIA, NYC- A message a friend from a niche social site sent to me this morning: “Will check that out. I am pretty open to experiences at this point. Led a very boring life so far. Haven’t really experienced anything outside of tattoos and piercings.” I had given him some advice which seemed to push […] More

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    Dubai Travel Guide For Indian Travelers

    Due to friendly relations, Dubai is progressively gaining more and more Indian tourists. In fact, it is the fourth most visited place among Indian tourists. Indian travelers, business persons, and job seekers all visit the city. Renowned for its high-rising architectural miracles and a superb variety of resorts, it is a place that was once […] More

  • The 10 Best Road Trips in British Columbia, Canada

    The 10 Best Road Trips in British Columbia, Canada

    British Columbia is a vast and beautiful province on the west coast of Canada. Located between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains, BC, as it’s known locally, is world famous for its mountain ranges, lakes and glaciers, as well as its many beaches, ski resorts and natural beauty. With thousands of valley lakes, huge […] More

  • 10 Best Coastal Walks and Hikes in Cornwall, UK

    10 Best Coastal Walks and Hikes in Cornwall, UK

    Hiking in Cornwall is an absolute pleasure and can be enjoyed at any time of the year. From stunning clifftop vistas to hidden coves, abandoned villages and rural heathland, the coastal walks in Cornwall are as varied as they are beautiful. Cornwall is one of my favorite destinations in the world thanks to its gorgeous […] More

  • PANAHON SA TAIWAN with Gabbi Garcia

    PANAHON SA TAIWAN with Gabbi Garcia!

    MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Global endorser and the first Filipina Taiwan Tourism Ambassador, GABBI GARCIA, will take the stage once more on December 10, 2022, at the Market! Market! Activity Center to share her “Panahon sa Taiwan” experience. As its borders open, Taiwan is stepping up its efforts to promote its nation in neighboring countries and […] More

  • The Funny Lion El Nido

    Palawan’s Top Hotel Brand Goes To El Nido

    Funny Lion El Nido EL NIDO, Palawan — One-Of Collection is excited to launch a new Palawan project under its much-loved brand, The Funny Lion. El NIdo’s postcard-perfect landscapes continue to draw visitors locally and internationally. The island is renowned for its limestone cliffs, numerous scenic islands with pristine pockets of white-sand beaches, breathtaking lagoons, […] More

  • Where to Stay in Chicago (According to a Local!)

    Where to Stay in Chicago (According to a Local!)

    If you’re looking for lodging in Chicago, the task might seem intimidating. After all, it’s a huge city with seemingly limitless options. So how can you choose? Finding the perfect accommodations for you comes down to what you hope to do in Chicago. For example, if museums are your main priority, staying in the South […] More

  • The Most Important Battles in History

    The Most Important Battles in History

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Podcast Transcript History is shaped by many things. Political and religious leaders, diseases, and technologies.  But perhaps the thing which has resulted in the most poignant inflection points in history […] More

  • Confederation Trail and National Parks Biking Tour

    Confederation Trail and National Parks Biking Tour

    Before we even got to the start of the famed Confederation Trail biking route, I had my eye on the lobster shack at Victoria By the Sea. I love biking; this new-to-me activity has won me over and I’m excited to explore new destinations by bike. However, I REALLY love lobster, and the thought of […] More

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    6 Travel Tips for First-Time Orlando Visitors

    Home to the 13th-busiest airport in the United States, Orlando is renowned as a tourist mecca, and rightfully so. While no one knows how the city came to be known as the “City Beautiful,” “City Phenomenal,” and “The City of Light,” Orlando got the nicknames it deserves. The city offers various entertainment options, from fascinating […] More

  • The Side of the Maldives You Don’t See on Instagram

    The Side of the Maldives You Don’t See on Instagram

    Where we’re at: I’m recapping my trip to The Maldives in March 2022. As I shuffled into my 48th country of the Maldives, off a sleepless red eye flight, I felt instantly at home in the humid customs line. Shortly after, I noticed that of the hundreds who disembarked with me, all but a handful […] More

  • The Side of the Maldives You Don’t See on Instagram

    The Side of the Maldives You Don’t See on Instagram

    Where we’re at: I’m recapping my trip to The Maldives in March 2022. As I shuffled into my 48th country of the Maldives, off a sleepless red eye flight, I felt instantly at home in the humid customs line. Shortly after, I noticed that of the hundreds who disembarked with me, all but a handful […] More

  • French Baguettes and Cuban Light Rum Get UNESCO Heritage Status

    French Baguettes and Cuban Light Rum Get UNESCO Heritage Status

    Anyone who has ever bit into a fresh baguette in France already knows that crunchy-chewy creation counts among the exceptional achievements of humanity.  But now UNESCO has made it official, adding the beloved French bread to the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, along with 38 other newly inscribed one-of-a-kind traditions, arts, […] More

  • 17 Best Places to Visit at Christmas in the UK

    17 Best Places to Visit at Christmas in the UK

    Today I want to share my guide to the best places to visit at Christmas in the UK with you. There are lots of festive destinations in the United Kingdom, from bauble-laden cities to tinsel-clad towns. Whether you’re seeking the top Christmas markets in Britain or the perfect Christmas village, there’s a place you’ll love […] More

  • Real ID, the Travel Joke that Now Spans a Generation, Is Delayed Yet Again

    Real ID, the Travel Joke that Now Spans a Generation, Is Delayed Yet Again

    The deadline for all Americans to be using Real I.D., the strengthened identification format that was announced in 2005 after the security disasters of September 11, 2001, has been bumped back yet again. Americans must not really need safer identification at airports and federal buildings that badly, because on Monday the U.S. Department of Homeland […] More

  • The Domestication of Dogs

    The Domestication of Dogs

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Podcast Transcript It has been said that a dog is a man’s best friend.  This might be true, but…..why. How was it that this particular animal developed such a special […] More

  • 10 Best Villages To Visit in Cyprus

    10 Best Villages To Visit in Cyprus

    Written by Megan Churchill Meg is a regular contributor to Goats on the Road and creator of the blog, What Meg Did Next. In 2021, fed up of her job as a lawyer, she quit to pursue her travel dreams and became a freelancer. Her blog focuses on slow travel, and her experience of being […] More

  • Things to do in Helsinki Finland

    14 Adorable Things to Do in Helsinki, Finland

    This guest post is by Alisa Goz: As someone who loves traveling, I was excited to check out Helsinki – and it didn’t disappoint! There are so many things to do in this city, from exploring the historical sites to checking out the amazing parks and city life. If you’re looking to explore Finland beyond […] More

  • 30 Destinations that are Perfect for the Month of January

    30 Destinations that are Perfect for the Month of January

    So you’ve got some vacation days in January and you’re wondering where to spend them. Whether you’re craving a winter wonderland or tropical bliss, these are 10 best places to visit in January around the world: 1. Montréal, Canada 2. South Africa 3. Uganda 4. California Deserts 5. Patagonia 6. Peru 7. Aruba 8. Thailand, […] More

  • 25 best gifts for hikers

    25 Best Gifts for Hikers They’ll Use and Love » Local Adventurer

    Looking for the perfect gifts for hikers? We started our hiking journey ten years ago, and these are the things we love. Hiking wasn’t always in our vocabulary. We both grew up in Atlanta in immigrant families and thought, “so you’re basically walking for fun?” It wasn’t until we started training for the Inca Trail […] More

  • 10 Best Hiking Trails in Cyprus

    10 Best Hiking Trails in Cyprus

    Written by Megan Churchill Meg is a regular contributor to Goats on the Road and creator of the blog, What Meg Did Next. In 2021, fed up of her job as a lawyer, she quit to pursue her travel dreams and became a freelancer. Her blog focuses on slow travel, and her experience of being […] More

  • And We Will Probably Still Believe Them

    And We Will Probably Still Believe Them

    Published on December 3, 2022 by VBJ Follow me on Twitter here. Support VBJ’s writing on this blog: ASTORIA, NYC- The “pandemic” taught me a vital lesson: that I greatly overestimated the intelligence of the human species. It showed me the power that people have to choose what they believe and what they deem to […] More

  • The Dumbest Game Every Played: Barbados vs Grenada, 1994

    The Dumbest Game Every Played: Barbados vs Grenada, 1994

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Podcast Transcript Almost thirty years ago, a rather unremarkable soccer match in an unremarkable tournament became the stuff of legend.  Had it not been for a confluence of events and […] More

  • Auf Wiedersehen, Airplane Mode! Europe Allows Unrestricted Smartphone Use on Flights

    Auf Wiedersehen, Airplane Mode! Europe Allows Unrestricted Smartphone Use on Flights

    Passengers on flights within the European Union will soon be able to use their cell phones with no restrictions, thanks to a decision by the European Commission, the 27-nation bloc’s governing body.  “Airlines will be able to provide the latest 5G technology on their planes, alongside previous mobile technology generations,” a press release from the […] More

  • Climbing Mount Kenya (Everything You Need To Know)

    Climbing Mount Kenya (Everything You Need To Know)

    Written by Leo Gichuki Leo is a writer, traveller, and local tour guide in Kenya. He was born and raised in the Kenyan hinterland. After a short sprint working offshore as a seismic explorer, he returned to Nairobi and began his adventures around Kenya and Southern Africa. From these wanderings, the Kenyan Backpacker blog was […] More

  • The History & 25 Other Names for Santa Claus Around The World

    The History & 25 Other Names for Santa Claus Around The World

    [Updated 12/02/22]   Like most kids who grew up in the US, I became fascinated with Santa Claus from a very early age. From his fuzzy red suit and his long white hair and beard to the reindeer who pulled his sleigh, this jolly old elf who distributed presents to kids all around the world was […] More

  • The Red Baron

    The Red Baron

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Podcast Transcript The First World War saw many innovations in warfare. Probably the most significant was the introduction of aircraft.  The first military pilots didn’t really know what they were […] More

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    Beginner Guide to Hunting in America

    For a hunter, there are few things more rewarding than a catch after a long day’s hunt. In America, hunting is a tradition loved and practiced by many. As a beginner, it can be hard to know where to start or what to expect. To make sure that you have the best experience out there […] More

  • The Lord Crewe Arms – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    The Lord Crewe Arms – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Dec 2 2022, 8:59 am The Lord Crewe Arms can be found in the tiny village of Blanchland in Northumberland. 0 1 2 Wherever you decide to stay, book via our luxury travel concierge. We offer free upgrades, free breakfasts, and free perks at hotels, including Four Seasons, Aman, Belmond, Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, Marriott, InterContinental, and […] More

  • Langshott Manor Hotel – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Langshott Manor Hotel – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Dec 2 2022, 8:08 am When I was a little girl, I used to love David Winter Country Cottages. These miniature examples of perfect olde world cottages showcased the very best of English village life. I am fairly sure one of David Winter’s cottages was a copy of the luxury hotel, Langshott Manor, which simply […] More

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    realme Tech Essentials That Will Upgrade Your Holiday Vacation Experience!

    Make your holiday trips more colorful with these 5 realme items that will bring both fun and productivity. Manila, Philippines. With the Christmas vacation just around the corner, many people are sure to celebrate the holiday season with an out-of-town trip. realme Tech Essentials Deciding which travel gadgets are worth taking with you when traveling […] More

  • 7132 Hotel & Spa Review – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    7132 Hotel & Spa Review – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Dec 2 2022, 7:21 am 7132 Hotel in Vals celebrates time. Time to relax, unwind, enjoy the view, and take the waters. They also offer fine dining at Silver Restaurant, recently awarded its first Michelin star. There is also one of the most beautiful spas we have ever seen. 0 1 2 Wherever you decide […] More

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    Make every day rewarding with Cream-O Premium

    When was the last time you gave yourself a treat? There are days when you’re busy, and you forget to celebrate YOU. But you can always change that. Cream-O Premium You deserve a reward to boost your mood and get more motivated as you accomplish your goals. One delightful and satisfying treat you can get […] More

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     Travel mode: on! New must-see local destinations

    Filipinos need not look far when booking that much-deserved trip, as our homeland boasts world-class local attractions. The figures show it: the Department of Tourism reported an upswing in domestic travel, with 37.27 million local trips done in 2021, a 38.6 percent increase from 2020. AXA Smart Traveler Local Destinations Round up your family and […] More

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    The best carry-on backpack to buy in 2023: Standard Luggage Review

    Some of our links are affiliated, we will earn a commission when you buy a service or product. This will have no extra cost for you. For further info please refer to our Privacy Policy The Standard Luggage carry-on travel backpack is one of the best cabin bags for 2023 for many reasons, but before […] More

  • Alaska Airlines Launches Electronic Bag Label: See How it Works

    Alaska Airlines Launches Electronic Bag Label: See How it Works

    Alaska Airlines has started rolling out a new electronic bag tag that eliminates the need for printed destination labels for checked luggage. The new devices, which were announced earlier this year, are now available for about 2,500 of the airline’s most loyal travelers. The tags will be available for purchase by any passenger starting in […] More

  • 10 Best Castles in Cornwall, UK

    10 Best Castles in Cornwall, UK

    There are many incredible castles in Cornwall to explore. From windswept ruins to beautifully preserved sea forts and fairy-tale citadels. The county has a rich history from Celtic and Arthurian legends to pirates, smugglers, and a long connection with the ocean. Cornwall is one of the UK’s top holiday destinations known for its great beaches, […] More

  • Best resorts for pickleball

    5 Top Resorts for Playing America’s Fastest Growing Sport

    December 1, 2022 If dink, divorce alley, and volley llama are in your lexicon, chances are you’re hopelessly smitten with pickleball.  You and more than 4 million other Americans. According to the Sports & Fitness Industry Association, the quirky mishmash of tennis, ping-pong, and badminton has been the fastest growing sport in the U.S. for […] More

  • The Great Wall of China

    The Great Wall of China

    The view of the Great Wall of China This article was first published at https://etramping.com/the-great-wall-of-china-august-2011/ by Agness WalewinderThis article was first published at https://etramping.com/the-great-wall-of-china-august-2011/ by Agness Walewinder Original Source link More

  • The History of the Space Shuttle

    The History of the Space Shuttle

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Podcast Transcript Soon after the start of the space race, a major problem with space flight became obvious: it was really expensive. The high cost of space flight was in […] More

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