Dubai: Bizarre reasons to get locked up
IT IS a city that projects itself as a sophisticated, ultra-modern destination for Western travellers.
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In the popular tourist city of Cartagena, Colombia, the trendy Restaurante Interno inside the San Diego Prison serves delicious meals by women serving time.
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Louvre Abu Dhabi Opening
Sporting a vast silvery dome and described as the first museum of its kind in the Arab world, the new Louvre Abu Dhabi will open to visitors Nov. 11, with planned celebrations...
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First look at ‘Steven Universe's' brand new Homeworld Gem
Watch out Crystal Gems, a brand new face from the Homeworld is invading Beach City the world of “Steven Universe.” But don't worry, we have all the details. Hessonite will be...
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Archaeology, Story, and Ireland
In the fast paced heart of Dublin City,. you can step back in time, into quiet, into voices from the past... There are stone tools which people living on the island of Ireland...
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What would happen if Amazon brought 50,000 workers to your city? Ask Seattle
Amazon.com has driven an economic boom in Seattle, bestowing more than 40,000 jobs upon a city known for Starbucks coffee and Seahawks fandom. Its growth remade a neglected...
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Discovering Dublin's amazing pub culture
Dublin's pub culture has shaped the characters it's famous for - so Mark Porter follows in the footsteps of the likes of James Joyce for a boozy weekend around Ireland's lively...
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Is this lost city a glimpse into the future?
Thonis-Heracleion, a 7th century religion and trade hub now sunken beneath the Mediterranean Sea, could foreshadow the fate of Egypt's second-largest city.
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Trip to the beach sparks memories in dementia patients
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San Diego shooting victim sues, saying family should have known gunman was 'walking time bomb'
A woman injured when a gunman opened fire on a poolside birthday party at a University City condominium complex in April has filed a lawsuit claiming the gunman's family should...
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Falling in Love with Japan Again
When people ask us the difficult question of what's our favourite country we usually answer Italy and Japan. But our trip to Japan was six years ago-would a return visit live...
Travel More Sustainably TODAY!
Travel is such a gift in that it opens your eyes up to just how special and beautiful our planet is. As travelers, this should be something that we wish to preserve and...
How I discovered the 'voluntourism' con in Peru
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Vegetarian Survival Guide to Japan
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Life on the road: More than 400 nomads gather in Oregon
Incredible images of Descend on Bend in Oregon show a huge array of vans and mobile homes parked up for the gathering. The event featured potluck dinners and scavenger hunts.
German zoo hopes to cure panda's bad habit with sex
Zookeepers are going to introduce four-year-old Meng Meng to Chinese-born Jiao Qing, a male panda three years her senior.