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    San Francisco airport bans sale of plastic water bottles

    San Francisco airport bans sale of plastic water bottles

    The first rule of its kind at a major American airport aims to cut single-use plastics Travelling from San Francisco airport might leave you thirsty. Effective from Tuesday, 20 August, the airport has banned the sale of plastic water bottles.  As the first measure of this kind at a major American airport, the ban rules out plastic […] More

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    8 unusual ways how to spend your time at the airport

    8 unusual ways how to spend your time at the airport

    Airports can actually be quite cool places to hang out. These days you can practically live there (like you-know-who in the you-know-which famous movie) and still lead a decent life. And on the other hand, sometimes, even a layover can feel like a lifetime. So what can you do not to go crazy at the airport? # Go […] More

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    How to Make a DIY Rainwater Harvesting System

    Rainwater Harvesting System and buckets

    Water collection and storage is nothing new. Humans have been harvesting rainwater for centuries… millennia, actually. In fact, many of the ancient archaeological sites that we love to visit—Machu Picchu, the aqueducts of Rome, the Basilica Cistern in Istanbul, the ponds and linear channels of Angkor Wat, the rice terraces of the Philippines—provide great models […] More

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    Instagram hashtags reveal the Seven Modern Wonders of the World

    Instagram hashtags reveal the Seven Modern Wonders of the World

    With nearly six million #eiffeltower hashtags used on Instagram, the Eiffel Tower is the world’s most popular landmark on the social media platform If you’ve ever wondered what the Modern Seven Wonders of the World are, then apparently, you can simply look at Instagram.   Nearly six million shares of #eiffeltower make Eiffel Tower the number […] More

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    28 Traveling Jerks Who Have No Respect For The Places They Visit

    28 Traveling Jerks Who Have No Respect For The Places They Visit

    #1 Tourists Break Into Eco Park And Strip Away All Its Lotus Flowers Tourists picked all the lotus flowers in the Longqiao Cultural and Ecological Park, which is located in Sichuan, China. The park was supposed to reopen soon, but had to stay closed after the tourists’ actions. Summer blossom season started in June, and […] More

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    14 Funny City Names in Canada

    Adventure Travel blog for couples featuring advice, tips, inspiration and photos for couples seeking vacation destinations around the world.

    Canada has some pretty funny city names.  I was having a discussion the other day about funny city names around the world. Funny City Names Around the World There is a Batman and a Middlefart in Denmark, a Phi Phi (pronounced PeePee) in Thailand, a Worms in Germany, Phuket (pronounced Pooh-kett, but reading it is […] More

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    Where to Stay in Banff

    Adventure Travel blog for couples featuring advice, tips, inspiration and photos for couples seeking vacation destinations around the world.

    We’ve had the luxury of visiting Banff on five different occasions during our travels so we know a thing or two about where to stay in Banff. We’ve visited Banff National Park in winter and summer and have sampled many different lodges and inn during our time in Alberta. Having just come back from the […] More

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    13 Best Small Ship Cruises for Your World Travel Bucket List

    Best Small Ship Cruises For Your World Bucket List

    Cruises have gotten a bad rap: One recent scientific study found that air quality on a cruise ship deck was “worse than the world’s most polluted cities.” But not all lines feature gigantic cruise ships carrying 5000+ passengers. In our eyes, small ship cruises are better for travelers, locals, and the environment. The best small ship cruise […] More

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    The Paris of the Middle East is Making a Comeback |The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog

    Adventure Travel blog for couples featuring advice, tips, inspiration and photos for couples seeking vacation destinations around the world.

    John Henderson shares his experience visiting Beirut. Lebanon’s capital city is making a huge comeback 30 years after its civil war ended. Travel To Beirut The spotless tile boardwalk sparkled in the setting sun as the sea lapped languidly against the rocks below. Joggers ran by. Women in burqas posed for selfies. Candy apple red […] More

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