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    World’s Longest Selfie Stick Created for Japanese Tourists

    Watching Japanese tourists, the  assumption immediately suggests itself, that the island nation is one of the greatest markets for selfie sticks. Taking advantage of the narcissism of the Japanese, Australia has launched a new app, the world’s longest selfie stick, especially for the national market of Japan. To take a long-range destination selfie, the user […]

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    New Multiple Entry Tourist Visa for Thailand

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed the launch of a new multiple entry tourist visa for Thailand (METV), which will be available from 13th November 2015. The visa will cost 5000 baht (approximately 124€) and enable the owner to exit and enter Thailand as often as he wants to, within a period of 6 months. […]

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    World’s Oldest Message in A Bottle Found

    What might be the world’s oldest message in a bottle has been found on the beaches of Amrum Island in Germany, after floating in the North Sea for more than 100 Years. It was found by a German woman on holiday on the island. Dutifully she followed the instructions given on the postcard inside the bottle, […]

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    ISIS Destroys Temple in Palmyra

    Another important remnant of antique culture has been destroyed by ISIS. The group has allegedly detonated a huge amount of explosives in the Temple of Baalshamin in Syria’s ancient oasis city of Palmyra, which lead to the destruction of the temple’s inner area and the collapse of the outer columns. The country’s descent into chaos […]

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    Adventure Travel World Summit 2016 in Alaska

    Anchorage in Alaska was chosen as host city for the Adventure Travel World Summit 2016, organized by the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA). Every adventurer’s eyes lighten up, just mentioning the name “Alaska”. It is a symbol for pure, unlimited adventure with its untouched, vast nature, extreme climate and diverse wildlife. This epic adventure potential made […]

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    Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travelist

    Lonely Planet has released what can be called the ultimate bucket list for every traveler: a list of the world’s best sights, assembled by  Lonely Planet’s globetrotting community of travel experts. The Lonely Planet guide to the world’s top tourist destinations lists 500 mega sights, but also not so well known ones. It includes the usual […]

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    Russian Visa Requirements for BRICS Countries Might Be Dropped

    Getting into Russia as tourist is  not the easiest thing for many nationalities and usually involves a long, exhausting visa application process. Soon, a few more countries might be lucky enough to rise to the group of states, whose citizens are allowed to enter Russia for touristic purposes without a visa, since Russian visa requirements […]

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    California’s Giant Sequoias Endangered by Drought

    We might be about to lose some of the oldest living creatures on earth. The ongoing drought in California, which has entered its fifth year, is threatening the ancient species Sequoiadendron giganteum, better known as giant sequoia in the redwoods. Covering the earth already for 200 million years, giant sequoias are by now only found […]