Swell Media Who among us has suffered an airline delay or cancellation, or even been bumped from a flight? Plenty. Who’s been compensated for the inconvenience? Probably not very many. One Berlin-based firm, AirHelp, is trying to rectify that, educating flyers around the world of their rights to compensation — and, for a fee, helping
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The Routeburn Track is nearly as famous as the Milford Track, but many people think that it’s the nicer one of both. The countryside got more changes and something which is very important is that there are less sand flies, as most parts of the track are above the tree line. The distances between the
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(CNN) — Ash Wednesday is fast approaching (Wednesday, February 26). So you know what that means. It’s Carnival time around the world as people, most particularly folks in areas with strong Roman Catholic traditions, get their party on before the more solemn, introspective days of Lent commence. Venice, Italy, draws huge crowds annually with its
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A health worker sprays disinfectant inside a Vietnam Airlines airplane to protect from the recent coronavirus outbreak, at Noi Bai airport in Hanoi, Vietnam February 21, 2020. Kham | Reuters Airlines have canceled more than 200,000 flights as the coronavirus continues to spread, prompting travel restrictions and a sharp drop in demand for trips to
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Hiking is a big deal in Taiwan and with good reason. There are literally hundreds of world class hikes all over the island that attract locals and tourists alike to their stunning scenery. Being a largely mountainous country, there is no surprise that the hiking here is so good. It might come as a surprise
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North Carolina’s largest city is the perfect jumping-off point for a tour of the Southeastern USA © Walter Bibikow / Stone / Getty If you’re looking for a road trip that delivers some of the highest highlights of the Southeast, we’ve put together a peerless itinerary that takes you from the biggest city in North
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Photo Credit: Hyde Midtown Miami There’s a new, trendy district in Miami that only those in the know might reveal. It’s named “Midtown,” and the Hyde Midtown Miami luxury property, part of the sbe group, is right in the middle of all the action. Photo Credit: Hyde Midtown Miami Photo by Michael Reiss This boutique
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Photo courtesy of The Creole Creamery Fun riffs on the Mardi Gras treat As soon as early January hits, a special treat starts popping up at parties, offices and homes all over Louisiana. “King cake is a New Orleans staple,” says Adrienne Rousse, store manager at 71-year-old Gambino’s Bakery which sells 100,000 of these baked goods annually.
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(CNN) — Sky climbers seem ubiquitous. They top Everest, Denali, Kilimanjaro, anything with a peak, and then prattle on about it forever. Yawn. Trade in the ice, frostbite and oxygen deprivation, bold travelers, for more elemental experiences, with bizarre histories, desert bandits, bubbling fires, searing heat, deadly chemicals, eerie shapes and strange life, as well
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(CNN) — The world-famous Ha’ikū Stairs along Oahu’s Ko’olau mountain range, known as the “Stairway to Heaven,” has been closed to the public since 1991, but you wouldn’t know that from Instagram. And despite the $250,000 a year the Honolulu Board of Water Supply spends to keep people out of the area, roughly 4,000 hikers
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