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Terror’s Toll In Taiwan – Horror Themepark Injuries On The Rise

Terror’s Toll In Taiwan – Horror Themepark Injuries On The Rise August 16, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Globetrotters planning their next getaway be warned– if your schedule includes dressing as a ghost in a Taiwanese haunted house, some nasty injuries could be lying in wait just around the bend. The Huffington Post reports that the days of theme park employees laughing at the looks of terror on...

Recession Casualty: Mexicana Files for Bankruptcy

Recession Casualty: Mexicana Files for Bankruptcy August 11, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Though the spotlights seemingly forever trained on the current worldwide recession appear to be dimming ever so slightly, more and more companies, ranging from local to multinational, continue to succumb to debt and financial failure. It appears now that Mexicana de Aviación, a major Mexican airline,...

Jaws Drop As Taiwanese Burgers Grow Larger

Jaws Drop As Taiwanese Burgers Grow Larger July 26, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
If the thought of fast food stirs a range of emotions within you, then this article will certainly add to it.  While many people are coming to terms with the fact that fast food is killing us one deep-fried chicken breast at a time, there is a new worry on the horizon: we may actually physically injuring...

New “Microneedle” Patch Could Replace Traditional Vaccination

New “Microneedle” Patch Could Replace Traditional Vaccination July 23, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
The wishes of screaming children are seemingly being answered as Georgia Tech and Emory University continue their research in an attempt at developing the world’s first ‘microneedle’ vaccination, which hails itself as a pain-free alternative to the tried and true single shot vaccine...

Belarus: Don’t Bring A Pillow To A Baton Fight

Belarus: Don’t Bring A Pillow To A Baton Fight July 22, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
As the many youths who were either clubbed, beaten, or detained on Thursday July 15th will attest to, Belarusian cops don’t mess around when they consider a group of 400 lively activists wielding pillows a threat to the integrity of the state. This is exactly what happened in Minsk on a summer...

Judgment Of Paris Winner To Be Sold For Relief Funds

Judgment Of Paris Winner To Be Sold For Relief Funds July 19, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It appears wine may be able to do more than simply delight the taste buds. While children left orphaned and homeless as a result of the devastating 2010 Haitian Earthquake may not be enjoying wine, they will no doubt feel the benefits of the product when the profit from what is considered one of the...

Community Lashes Out At “Lucrative” Traffic Camera

Community Lashes Out At “Lucrative” Traffic Camera July 13, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Cameras enforcing traffic obedience are still relatively unknown in the United States, but in the U.K. it’s quite a business. Now that the cameras are becoming more widespread across the outskirts of major metropolises like London, business is booming, much to the dismay of many who feel that regulations...

Cheryl Cole Gets Malaria, Spurs Awareness

Cheryl Cole Gets Malaria, Spurs Awareness July 12, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Saying that celebrities and wealthy socialites don’t need to deal with the everyday nitty-gritty of planning a trip is an understatement. The life of luxury symbolizes, for most, the idea that everything in life can be easy, away from everything unsightly and undesirable. This view of money-fueled...

New Ecuador Hotel Receives “Five Star Green Award”

New Ecuador Hotel Receives “Five Star Green Award” July 9, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Let’s face it, travelling is bad for the environment. Planes consume thousands of gallons of fuel, cars and buses do the same, and often, hotels would rather have a larger carbon footprint if it means making a few extra bucks here and there. Luckily, some hotels are making a name for themselves...

Kodak’s Playsport Zx3 Hits the Market, Stays Intact

Kodak’s Playsport Zx3 Hits the Market, Stays Intact July 7, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Although the click of a projector moving to the next slide may evoke some nostalgia, there’s no question that bright, crisp, high-definition video is the most effective and enjoyable way to re-live life’s adventures. Poring over one’s long-lost Kodak moments is now remarkably easy,...
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