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Adapting Adventure Travel In A Changing World

An ongoing pandemic and geotag-fueled over tourism are sparking innovation from today’s immersive travel guides.

Tristan Hamm sat on the coast of Oregon around a pulsing, orange campfire. The rhythmic sounds of DJ Samuel Lawrence danced through the background as a haze from West Coast wildfires enveloped Hamm’s small crew of adventurers

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It’s a new world of travel in MLS for the Galaxy and LAFC

Nothing has been normal in a Major League Soccer season interrupted by COVID-19. So why should the way MLS teams travel be any different?



a group of men playing a game of football: The Galaxy's Cristian Pavon follows through on a penalty kick against LAFC on July 18. The Galaxy will try the new travel procedures in MLS on Wednesday. (Associated Press)


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The Galaxy’s Cristian Pavon follows through on a penalty kick against LAFC on July 18. The Galaxy will try the new travel procedures in MLS on Wednesday. (Associated Press)

When times were normal, teams used commercial flights, arrived the day

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The Guide to World of Hyatt Transfer Partners

The World of Hyatt loyalty program lets you earn and redeem points for hotel stays around the world while also enjoying a lot of great program benefits. The Hyatt brand puts a strong focus on well-being, with amenities like Headspace meditation apps in some rooms, its partnership with Exhale Spas and its wellness-obsessed Miraval resorts.

World of Hyatt members can also take advantage of partnerships with companies like Lindblad Expeditions

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‘The world reveals itself to those who travel on foot’

In 1989 a tattered copy of Newsweek ended up in a tiny village on the edge of the Kalahari Desert and fell into the hands of a homesick English teacher. It contained the obituary of a writer named Bruce Chatwin, who, after years of far-flung travels, had reportedly died at 48 of a rare disease picked up on one of his adventures. The article recounted the legendary story of how

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Digital era calls for managers to don several hats in post-COVID world; vaccine is not sole requirement



a blurry image of a person: Global thinkers predict that work from home and learn from home will become permanent features of the future on account of the social distancing practices.


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Global thinkers predict that work from home and learn from home will become permanent features of the future on account of the social distancing practices.

Do you recall ‘Stanley Ipkiss’ the lead character in the movie ‘The Mask’ (1994, Jim Carey)? He would, on wearing a mask, experience his inner feelings and desires and express them out in the real world. From looting a

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‘WRC 9’ Let’s You Jump Into The World of Pro Rally

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Photo credit: WRC9

From Autoweek

Going to a stage rally to watch cars—with more aero than a jetliner—fly through the air on jumps and slide sideways on narrow mountain roads is fun. Now, driving one of these top-level WRC cars at this level is both financially and technically out of reach for most of the sport’s fans. However, the WRC video game series gives you a taste of what

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Travel Pakistan: The World in One Country

The six part series is a rare look at the extremely diverse and complex country that is Pakistan.

When we started filming ‘A Place Called Pakistan’, I don’t think we realised that we were about to witness a whole world in a single country. I had been living in Pakistan for a few months, observing and learning, but it was only while filming ‘A Place Called Pakistan’ that the crew

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Travel the World in Fairfax City

Smoked Salmon Crostini at The Wine House.

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While it may look and feel a bit different than usual, Fairfax City’s 3rd annual Restaurant Week still promises to provide fun experiences and delicious food. The upcoming event will run Sunday, Sept. 13, through Sunday, Sept. 20, and will highlight taste-tempting dishes from all over the world.

Restaurants taking part will be offering three-course, prix fixe dinners for $35,

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Embark Beyond offers the world for home-schooling: Travel Weekly

Jamie Biesiada

Jamie Biesiada

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began, travel agencies have been forced to examine their businesses under a magnifying glass and, in some cases, get creative to make it through to the other side. 

A number of agencies plan to start, or have already started, charging service fees to bolster revenue streams. Many are carefully evaluating supplier relations to ensure they are investing in their most profitable relationships. Still

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Could Coronavirus Save the World from a Rough Flu Season?

For the past couple of months, health officials and doctors have been warning about the quickly approaching flu season, saying that a devastating one-two punch of the seasonal virus plus the coronavirus pandemic has the potential to overwhelm the U.S. health-care system.

However, ongoing global efforts to curb the further spread of the coronavirus—which include face-mask mandates, social-distancing measures and stay-at-home directives—could mean that the flu season won’t be a

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‘Life is a delicate thing’ Man escapes the rat race to travel around the world on his motorcycle

A man has spent the last five years travelling the world on his motorcycle, sleeping beneath the stars and living off his savings.

Paolo Cattaneo has biked through Australia, South America, North America and Europe often riding up to 12 hours a day.

But the Covid-19 pandemic put a stop to his wanderlust in Greece and he has spent the last few months in Italy, his homeland.

The 39-year-old intends

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See The World From Home: Participate In Discoverlist’s Travel From Home’s Virtual Travel Event – Press Release

In a historical time where the very-traveled millennial has to quarantine and is anxiously waiting to get back on a plane, Discoverlist, the travel app for millennials, hosts the first edition of its virtual travel event on Saturday 15th August 2020. The ninety minute long virtual event began at 2:00pm EST and opened attendees to the idea of virtual traveling. Discoverlist’s travel community from around the world came together

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Reuters World News Summary

Following is a summary of current world news briefs.

Belarus arrests opposition figures, calls in Nobel laureate after mass protests

The authorities in Belarus arrested two leading opposition figures on Monday and called a Nobel laureate in for questioning, a day after thousands of people defied the army to march demanding the downfall of president Alexander Lukashenko. Two weeks after an election which his opponents say he rigged, Lukashenko has

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Everything we know about the Night Fae in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands





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Get back to nature and help spirits reincarnate.

One of the most significant innovations of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is the Covenant system, which lets players choose one of four factions to work with throughout the expansion’s endgame. Each has its cast of characters, zone, quests, and rewards, so choosing who to join can be hard. If you’re a fan of Night Elves, Druids, or

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Watch Kesha Travel the World With a Cat-Person in Her Absurdist ‘Little Bit of Love’ Video

Ever since the world stopped to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone has been dreaming of someday leaving self-isolation and getting to travel the world again. Lucky for fans, Kesha is giving us a look at what the world looks like for her.

On Tuesday (August 4), Kesha released her official music video for “Little Bit of Love” off of her latest album High Road. The new visual, shot

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As the World Shut Down, Travel Agents Went to Work

“Your call is important to us. All our representatives are currently assisting other customers. Your estimated wait time is two to three hours.”

That was a message a lot of travelers heard in March as they called into online booking sites attempting to rebook their travel plans or get a refund. When they finally were able to speak to a live person, in many cases, they weren’t offered much help.

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‘The world exploded’: Beirut blast takes a husband, father

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BEIRUT (AP) — Soha Saade had not seen her husband since Christmas. The coronavirus pandemic had kept 44-year-old Jihad in Nigeria, where he worked far from his family in Beirut. Once travel restrictions eased, he flew home with a new sense of urgency: His 6-year old had been diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma.

Together, Jihad and Soha spent

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How Dallas-Fort Worth Airport Became the Busiest in the World

While the air travel industry is facing numerous declines during the pandemic, one unexpected upturn has surfaced: a new busiest airport in the world. For the first time in recent memory, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is now operating more flights than any other on the planet.

In fact, for three months in a row the Texas hub has had the most takeoffs and landings around the globe. Starting in May,

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A Canadian man set out on a solo sail around the world in October. He returned 9 months later in the middle of a pandemic.



a man in a boat on a body of water: Sailing ships sit at anchor as dawn breaks outside the harbor in Victoria, British Columbia, on June 23, 2005. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/CN


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Sailing ships sit at anchor as dawn breaks outside the harbor in Victoria, British Columbia, on June 23, 2005. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/CN

A Canadian man who set out on a solo sail 267 days ago returned to land earlier this month to a much different world than he left.

Bert terHart, a public speaker and IT entrepreneur, set sail from Victoria, British Columbia, in October, making

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