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A Christmas Travel Fantasy: Penguins Dressed as Santa

A Christmas Travel Fantasy: Penguins Dressed as Santa December 7, 2010 | Asia, Offbeat, Travel News | Read More
South Korea is preparing for the holidays, AOL reported a few weeks ago. At the Everland amusement park in South Korea, penguins greeted the park’s visitors dressed as Santa and his flock of reindeer. The penguins’ reindeer costume consisted of antlers positioned on their back. You might...

A Tale of Oranges, Huffing, and the Airport

A Tale of Oranges, Huffing, and the Airport December 3, 2010 | Travel News, USA | Read More
While this happened a while ago, we couldn’t NOT write about it. An Arizona resident was arrested after police caught him in an unusual situation. Brian Henio, 33, was located at an orange grove near Mesa’s Falcon Field Airport when airport officials responded to a complaint. It had been...

London’s Famous Buses Get a Facelift

London’s Famous Buses Get a Facelift November 24, 2010 | Eco-Travel, Travel News, UK | Read More
Just in time for London’s hosting gig of the 2012 Summer Olympic games, the double-deckers have gone green with a makeover. These new versions of the double-decker buses contain a hybrid engine that is 40% more fuel efficient than the standard diesel-powered engines usually used for buses. The...

Survival Tips If You’re Ever Shipwrecked: Spam, Pop Tarts and Lots of Playing Cards

Survival Tips If You’re Ever Shipwrecked: Spam, Pop Tarts and Lots of Playing Cards November 23, 2010 | Mexico, North America | Read More
Last week, thousands of stranded cruise ship vacationers were finally freed after three days of being stuck on the Splendor. Despite Carnival’s full refund and a credit for a future cruise ship, patrons seem to have a spoiled appetite for vacationing on the open waters. One cruiser, David Zambrano,...

When It Comes to Passports, Size Matters

When It Comes to Passports, Size Matters October 26, 2010 | Around the World, North America, Travel News, USA | Read More
Most people dream of filling their passports with stamps from exotic locations so that they can brag about all of the cool places they’ve been. However, in reality, most Americans don’t have passports. But there is an elite group full of business men and women, pilots and celebrities who...

Justin Bieber and “TMI” Travel Tweets

Justin Bieber and “TMI” Travel Tweets October 18, 2010 | Japan, Offbeat | Read More
Justin Bieber may be young, but his fame has allowed him to see more of the world than most adults. And like any teenage, hormonal boy, Justin Bieber appreciates the quirky perks of foreign countries. Instead of marveling at the architecture, famous artwork, fashion and history of the wonderful places...

Lady Gaga Flaunts Metal Detectors, Breezes Through LAX Security

Lady Gaga Flaunts Metal Detectors, Breezes Through LAX Security October 4, 2010 | Las Vegas, Offbeat, Travel News | Read More
Lady Gaga perpetually shocks the public with her outrageous antics: meat dresses complete with head pieces, a hatred of wearing pants and an affinity for only wearing bras. And a day after stunning viewers at the VMAs earlier this month, Lady Gaga breezed through security with handcuffs attached to her...

Amphibian Stowaway Leapfrogs Customs Officials in England

Amphibian Stowaway Leapfrogs Customs Officials in England September 22, 2010 | Africa, Travel News | Read More
Talk about clever traveling. An endangered African frog from Cote d’Ivoire hitched a ride aboard a banana and ended up traveling 3,000 miles from home, and landed in Cambridge. It wasn’t until the box of bananas was unpacked at a grocery store that the frog was discovered. The store called...

Stansted Express in Trouble for False Advertising

Stansted Express in Trouble for False Advertising September 21, 2010 | Travel News, UK | Read More
Stansted Express has recently come under fire for false advertising. The advertisement indicated that the Stansted Express can get train passengers to the center of London in 35 minutes. The poster in question portrays various London-centric images, such as Big Ben and the London Eye, surrounded by the...

Travel Souvenirs to Add Style, Turn Heads

Travel Souvenirs to Add Style, Turn Heads September 21, 2010 | Around the World, Travel News, Travel Tips | Read More
For most travelers, the quest to bring back souvenirs for themselves and for friends and family is a seemingly high priority. And even with the economy still in the pits, tourists are finding unique and affordable trinkets to bring home as a memory of their adventures. Sharon Harvey Rosenberg and Myscha...
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