I Recognise This Bar: 7 Pubs From Films and TV Shows You Can Visit

This is a guest post by John Hannen. Enjoy a pint in one of these iconic UK pubs from the big screen Many UK pubs have been frequented by camera sets and film directors, but did you know that you can actually visit them? Enjoy a drink at a place that may give you a […]

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Top 5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Romania

  This is a guest post by Marta Gajin. Romania is a “great unknown of Europe.” The harsh decades of communism past made this county struggle to keep up with the rest of Easter Europe let alone the rest of the developed world. But, through the ashes of the demolished economy risen the new Romania […]

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Which Man-Made Structures Around the World Have the Best Views?

This is a guest post by David Laing. If you’re looking to impress your Instagram followers then the following bucket list of man-made structures will give you some breath-taking views … and amazing photos! Grab your camera and passport, and start snapping… Eiffel Tower, Paris The Eiffel Tower has become a cultural icon and is […]

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How to Get Your Jet-Setting Kitty Ready for Its Next Flight

Image: Getty Image This is a guest post by Emily Cline. Felt sad about leaving your cat with a sitter on your last vacation? Then take them with you!  You can bring your cat on your next flight as an ESA or as a carry-on.  Cats are often excellent fliers as they are quiet and […]

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Quotable #69: Luggage

“Did you ever notice that the first piece of luggage on the carousel never belongs to anyone?” — Erma Bombeck “I went to the airport. I had three pieces of luggage. I said that I want this piece to go to Cleveland, this piece to Toronto and this piece to Florida. The airline agent said, ‘We […]

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Pun Of The Weak: Nonstop

“They mention that it’s a nonstop flight. Well, I must say I don’t care for that sort of thing. Call me old-fashioned, but I insist that my flight stop. Preferably at an airport.” — George Carlin

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18 Quotes About Airline Food

In Irena Chalmers’ book entitled The Great Food Almanac (1994), I learned that one of the reasons we find airline food bland and insipid is our sense of smell is dulled by the pressure at high altitude and the lack of humidity. This results in a decrease of our sense of taste as well. I don’t know […]

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Mid-Autumn Festival: Victoria Park Lantern Display

The Mid-Autumn Festival (or what we call Jūng-chāu Jit in Hong Kong ) is a festival celebrated on 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar with a full moon at night. People like to eat mooncakes during this time so this festival is also known as the “Mooncake Festival”. Since the lunar calendar […]

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