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How major U.S. carriers including AA and United are annoying passengers with...
Carriers including American Airlines and United have been accused of disturbing customers and even waking them up by making announcements that push the cards.
Travellers reveal the places they have visited that they say weren't worth...
Travellers have been revealing the places they have visited that just weren't worth the time or money after being asked ''Where have you travelled that wasn't worth it?' on...
9 marvellous marine species to spot around UK shores this summer
The summer months see marine life - whales, dolphins, seals, seabirds, and more - flocking to the UK's shores. Here are 9 incredible wild beasts you can get to know this summer...
Inside the 65ft-deep man cave dug out by one man over 23 YEARS
Levon Arakelyan from Arinj, Armenia, started work on the strange space in 1985 and was even working on the project on the day he died in 2008, aged 67.
A Tribute to Environmentalist Nathaniel Reed
This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers. Read our other articles on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of...
Family forced to pay £3,500 after Ryanair cancelled flights
Budget airlines easyJet and Ryanair are rocked by strikes across Europe as one carrier cancelled 1,100 flights in a month of misery for holidaymakers. The Sheridan family paid...
Inside the underground mud hotel that took one man 11 years to dig with...
Travel blogger Drew Goldberg, 27, from Arizona, visited a rural part of Malawi, where he discovered the unusual inn that has no mattresses on the beds and no electricity supply.
Inside the stunning London suite where Rudyard Kipling used to stay
Brown's Hotel in London's Mayfair is where Kipling penned some of the Jungle Book and it has a rather fabulous suite in honour of the British writer.
All aboard Hello Kitty: Pink bullet train debuts in Japan
The special 'shinkansen' which is adorned with Hello Kitty's face inside and out made its first round trip Saturday between Osaka and Fukuoka, connecting Japan's west and south.
The Crafty Traveller: Slowing down in France - and other tips for road trips
France has introduced a new reduced speed limit on many A and B roads. Here, The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor issues tips on how to avoid being penalised.