Articles Tagged ‘floating’

Postcard Perfect: The Dead Sea, Israel

Postcard Perfect: The Dead Sea, Israel December 15, 2011 | Postcard Perfect | Read More
Bordering Israel to the west and Jordan to the East, the water of the Dead Sea has 33.7% salinity –  making it 8.6 times saltier than the ocean. This means the water is incredibly buoyant, allowing swimmers the chance to experience virtual weightlessness unlike almost anywhere else in the world....

Passing Cloud Could Change Commercial Flight Forever

Passing Cloud Could Change Commercial Flight Forever November 8, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Although the majority of us (sadly) are usually in a rush while flying, New York-based architect Tiago Barros has created a new method of travel that focuses more on the journey and less on how long it takes to get there. Countering our world’s obsession with the fast and efficient, Barros has...

Floating Golf Course Planned for Maldives to Cost $500 Million

Floating Golf Course Planned for Maldives to Cost $500 Million June 28, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Environmentalists aren’t too keen on the chemicals used and resources required for golf courses on land, but maybe the environmental impact will be less in the ocean? We’re willing to bet that’s not the case. According to Business Insider, floating technology experts Dutch Docklands...