The Father-Son Duo Behind ‘Rogue Trip’ Talk Travel In A Changing World

Conversations around travel are shifting rapidly. As social justice movements push our society to evolve, the colonial and exploitive aspects of the travel experience are being highlighted and called out. Meanwhile, COVID-19 has underscored both the interconnectivity of humans and the fragility of many of our systems. Plus it’s grounded us for the foreseeable future — make wanderlust-inspiring TV, when done well, all the more vital.

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ABC’s Bob Woodruff & son travel world in ‘Rogue Trip’

Each of the six episodes in National Geographic’s “Rogue Trip” begins with dramatic archival footage of ABC news correspondent Bob Woodruff surviving a roadside bomb in 2006 Iraq, having his skull opened and now, years later and recovered, on the road with his son Mack.

“The idea was I wanted to show my son these places he’d seen on television and give him a more positive view of the world,”

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TCS World Travel Introduces New All-Inclusive Personalized Trips by Private Charter Planes

Leading Private Jet Tour Operator Debuts 11 New Tailored Itineraries for Families and Friends to Explore the Best of North America’s Majestic Landscapes and Great Outdoors

TCS World Travel, the world’s leading operator of private jet expeditions, today announced a new type of all-inclusive personalized itinerary—a curated trip for families and friends to travel together by private charter plane. Whether guests want to travel within the United States or venture

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Does the World Even Want Supersonic Travel?



a large passenger jet sitting on top of a body of water: Boom Supersonic, the Concorde's successor to commercial supersonic flight, will soon take to the skies. Is that even a good idea?


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Boom Supersonic, the Concorde’s successor to commercial supersonic flight, will soon take to the skies. Is that even a good idea?

  • Supersonic consumer flight could be back on the menu, with test flights in 2021.
  • The technically brilliant Concorde went out of business in 2003, with low demand and sky-high costs.
  • Startup Boom claims to be carbon neutral.

An American startup is set to

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How Does A Resort Reopen Itself To The World Via Social Media Post Covid-19?

Once forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic, vacation destinations now face two distinct challenges as they reopen in stages. They must determine all the protocols designed to manage the virus that must be installed. Then, they must let the world know they’re back in business.

Social media plays a huge role in those reopening announcements. We take a look at one brief case study taken from Villa del

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How To Travel The World During Covid-19

I built a hack to travel around the world during Covid-19. I wrote this to share it with my fellow explorers around the world currently confined to their homes.

Before Covid-19, we were the ones who loved packing light, jumping on a plane. Or out of one. Landing in a new city. Choosing the dish on the menu we’re least familiar with. Delighting in a deep conversation with a stranger

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11 of the biggest myths about coronavirus, according to the World Health Organisation

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Getty Images/iStockphoto

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began making headlines across the world, there has been confusing and sometimes conflicting advice. Should we wear masks, should we not; does wearing gloves help; can the virus be spread from pets to humans – the list goes on.

Despite the plethora of information about the Covid-19 outbreak, the main guidance has largely remained the same for several months, albeit with slight updates:

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The Porn World Exposes Mia Khalifa

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via Instagram

After a three-month stint in porn, Mia Khalifa called it quits. Given her limited experience in porn, with only a dozen scenes to her credit, disappearing back into civilian life was a reasonable expectation—or would have been, if the Lebanese-born star hadn’t become a global sensation at 21 years old for wearing a hijab in a XXX scene. Singled out by Islamic extremists, Khalifa received death threats and

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How ‘Take Me to the World’ Became One of the Best Sondheim Concerts Ever

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Raúl Esparza thought he would die of embarrassment when the much-touted April 26 90th birthday concert for Stephen Sondheim didn’t launch on time. The two-and-a-half-hour video file of pre-recorded songs was so huge that it took 45 minutes for Broadway.com to upload. There was nothing the concert host and Broadway theater star could do but wait for the event to be ready to

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A first look inside Disney World Florida after four-month hiatus

Disney Land, Florida
Disney Land, Florida

Walt Disney World’s vital influence on Florida’s extensive tourism industry will be put to the test this weekend as the huge Orlando resort re-opens its theme parks for the first time since mid-March.

Amid a raft of new procedures, adaptations and health and safety regulations, the House of Mouse is being seen as the potential saviour of the Sunshine State’s virus-hit economy that has suffered a massive

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Emmy Voting Starts Today; ‘Masked Singer’s’ COVID Connection; Phil Rosenthal’s World Is His Oysters

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A column chronicling conversations and events on the awards season.

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It has been pretty hard this unusual Emmy season to conduct this column that usually is made up of nifty little events and conversations I have as I traverse industry events, Q&As, parties etc. Not this time. There haven’t been any in a year that, like

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Welcome to the strange world of post-Covid flying

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The face-mask hokey-cokey? Read on to find out more – getty

And so the bad news continues to rain down. Rain down like one of those black-sky catastrophes you see in American disaster movies, where the toothless old man rocks back and forth in the chair on his rickety porch, looks towards the clouds gathering on the horizon, and mutters “storm’s a-comin”, to no-one but himself. But he knows. He

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How to make a Walt Disney World park reservation for its July 2020 reopening

With Walt Disney World starting its phased reopening of Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom on July 11 and Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15, fans are wondering how to make a Walt Disney World reservation.

Before you visit a park, you must make a reservation on the new Disney Park Pass reservation system online tool. All guests with valid admission will be required to make a reservation

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Walt Disney World To Roll Out A New Reservation System When Parks Reopen Next Month

In addition to the slew of changes and new safety protocols, Walt Disney World will introduce a new reservation system when its theme parks in Florida reopen next month. It’s called the Disney Park Pass System, and visitors will need to not only have a valid park ticket or an annual pass to get into the park, but they’ll also need to make a reservation in advance on the Pass

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Alexis Ohanian has left Reddit’s board in a ‘long overdue’ move. Here’s how he launched Reddit into a $3 billion behemoth and became an outspoken activist in the tech world.

Reddit and Initialized Capital cofounder Alexis Ohanian.
Reddit and Initialized Capital cofounder Alexis Ohanian.

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  • Alexis Ohanian, who cofounded Reddit in 2005, has been called the “Mayor of the Internet.”

  • He and cofounder Steve Huffman built the company over 16 months, then sold it to Condé Nast in 2006 for somewhere between $10 and $20 million. Today, the company is worth $3 billion. 

  • Since then, Ohanian has become a venture capitalist, has helped

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Boom in all-inclusive holidays as skiers look for security and luxury in post-pandemic world

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club med private chalet – club med

Club Med looks to a future of on-site doctors and private chalets as it ditches buffets

The coronavirus has thrown the entire world’s travel plans into turmoil. Yet while some operators struggle to stay afloat others are beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel.

Luxury all-inclusive ski holidays is one boom area as skiers look towards the hope of

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