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Flight attendants share their biggest passenger pet peeves

Flight attendants are there to make air travel easier for you. There are a few simple ways you can return the favour.

You can stay in this giant avocado, dubbed the ‘Avo-Condo’

If your love of avocados knows no bounds, good news: Now you can even sleep inside a giant avocado, if you want.

Hotel near Buckingham Palace serves $200 cup of tea

It's no secret that the British are very serious about their tea.

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Top lesser known Safari parks in Africa

With scenic landscapes, amazing culture, delightful cuisines, and an abundance of wildlife, Africa is a destination that will surely amaze and inspire any visitor.

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Why travel makes you smarter and wiser, and how to exploit that fact

Early humans moved -- from the savanna to forests to mountains to islands, between hot and cold, from coasts and deserts and tundra and back again.

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How long until Hyperloop is here?

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South Africa grants visa-free status to Ghana

Ghana is the latest country to be granted a visa-free status by the South African government.

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A “Go Back to Africa” media campaign uses AI to boost African American tourism

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Ghana reduces visa fees on arrival for 'The Year of Return'

The government of Ghana has reduced visa fees on arrival for “The Year of Return, Ghana 2019”.

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The Sicilian ghost town that refuses to die

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Five countries on the frontline of tech

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