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A woman who won a free Virgin Voyages cruise said she would have to spend $8,000 on flights to claim the prize - insider.com - France - Australia - Ireland - New Zealand - county San Juan - county Miami - Scotland - city Portsmouth - city Melbourne - city Castries - city Hobart
insider.com
21.05.2024 / 12:29

A woman who won a free Virgin Voyages cruise said she would have to spend $8,000 on flights to claim the prize

An Australian woman who won a Virgin Voyages cruise said she and her partner would have to pay a combined $8,000 for flights due to a change in the ship's itinerary.

It's so tough to pay cash in China that the government had to fine a KFC for not accepting banknotes - insider.com - China - city Beijing - Mongolia - city Shanghai
insider.com
21.05.2024 / 06:45

It's so tough to pay cash in China that the government had to fine a KFC for not accepting banknotes

China's central bank fined seven businesses last week — including a KFC and branches of state-owned corporations — for rejecting cash payments, all as Beijing pushes to make spending more accessible for foreign tourists.

Discover 5 Reasons Why Tswalu Is South Africa’s Premier Safari Lodge - forbes.com - South Africa - city Johannesburg - city Chicago - city Cape Town
forbes.com
19.05.2024 / 10:59

Discover 5 Reasons Why Tswalu Is South Africa’s Premier Safari Lodge

Tswalu will win your heart in a hundred ways — many of those ways not what you expected. Oh sure, it’s one of South Africa’s most coveted safari destinations, set in the stunning Kalahari Desert and boasting plenty of unparalleled game viewing opportunities (including the rare wild dog and the even rarer pangolin). It even offers one of the top dining experiences in the entire country, Klein JAN, which is a culinary adventure overseen by Michelin-starred chef Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen.

More than 250 passengers taken ill after suspected 'vomiting bug' outbreak aboard cruise ship, report says - insider.com - Britain - Usa - county Southampton
insider.com
18.05.2024 / 14:31

More than 250 passengers taken ill after suspected 'vomiting bug' outbreak aboard cruise ship, report says

Hundreds of holidaymakers on board a P&O cruise ship have been taken ill with suspected cases of norovirus.

A Guide to the Swartland, South Africa's Most Underrated Wine Region - cntraveler.com - South Africa - city Cape Town
cntraveler.com
18.05.2024 / 14:29

A Guide to the Swartland, South Africa's Most Underrated Wine Region

An hour north of Cape Town, the Swartland, one of the largest wine-producing areas in the Western Cape, doesn’t receive nearly the same attention as its polished neighbors in the Cape Winelands; the clean-cut vineyards of Stellenbosch, Paarl, and Franschhoek, where a hop-on, hop-off wine tram runs through the valley. Instead, the Swartland is the opposite of a wine tourism hub, with dirt roads carving through golden wheat fields that form a pattern of stripes along the foothills of Paardeberg mountain. Along the highway, carefully stacked hay bales form a makeshift café—one of the sole roadside stops—and the only pop of color punctuating the blonde, desert-like expanse (which could double as a backdrop for a Clint Eastwood film) comes from the patchwork of old-bush vines and olive groves. After the winter rains, the native rhinoceros bush takes on an inky hue, which is how the Swartland (Afrikaans for “black land”) earned its name.

Delta unveils more than 50 special nonstop flights for college football season - thepointsguy.com - city Las Vegas - city Atlanta - city Birmingham - state Florida - state Alabama - state Indiana - city Tallahassee
thepointsguy.com
17.05.2024 / 16:15

Delta unveils more than 50 special nonstop flights for college football season

Delta Air Lines is bringing you closer to the action with a slew of new flights for college football season.

Can Americans Travel to China? Here's What to Know - cntraveler.com - Usa - Taiwan - China - city Beijing - city Shanghai
cntraveler.com
15.05.2024 / 21:09

Can Americans Travel to China? Here's What to Know

I was recently applying for a new passport, dreaming of all the new stamps and visas I’d collect, when I wondered: “Can Americans travel to China?” As it turns out, some recent policy changes out of Beijing have made it easier than ever to marvel at the Great Wall of China, take in the cosmopolitan bustle of Shanghai, and devour spicy Sichuan-style dishes at the source.

5 Natural Wonders in The US to Check Out This Summer - travelpulse.com - Usa - county Park - state California - state Hawaii - state Arizona - county Lake - state South Dakota - county Custer - county Maui - county Navajo
travelpulse.com
14.05.2024 / 19:41

5 Natural Wonders in The US to Check Out This Summer

The United States is a large and very diverse country, being the third largest country in terms of land mass and home to everything from forests to mountains to planes to deserts to even rainforests.

Choosing the right bank as a traveler: Things to know about HSBC Premier checking - thepointsguy.com - Australia - Britain - China
thepointsguy.com
14.05.2024 / 16:19

Choosing the right bank as a traveler: Things to know about HSBC Premier checking

When you travel, it's obviously important to be able to pay for whatever it is you need whenever you need it. Sometimes, that's going to be with the right credit card. Other times, especially in certain countries, you'll find yourself in a cash-only situation.

Go Boating And ‘Porching’ In South Carolina Lowcountry - forbes.com - Spain - state South Carolina
forbes.com
09.05.2024 / 15:57

Go Boating And ‘Porching’ In South Carolina Lowcountry

One of the most beloved children’s book series from our youth is Choose Your Own Adventure. Kids would flip through the interactive tales of pirates or astronauts, eagerly awaiting the moment when the author would write something like, “If you want to scale the wall, go to page 14” or “To make a left in the jeep, jump to page 32.” The scenarios seemed endless.

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