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Tourists continue to risk their lives and ignore warning signs while searching for the perfect selfie at Wedding Cake Rock - even though it will collapse at any moment

Wednesday  11:32,   13 june 2018
dailymail.co.uk

Tourists are ignoring safety warnings for the sake of the perfect selfie and continuing to climb onto Wedding Cake Rock, about an hour south of Sydney, despite being told it could collapse any time.The rock, in the Royal National Park an hour south[...]

Luxury holidays at budget prices

Wednesday  09:10,   13 june 2018
mydiscoveries.com.au

Room service, spa treatments and poolside cocktails - and you won't believe the price of this place.You’d like nothing more than to treat yourself to a three-course dinner at a resort but it’s hard to justify when you could fill the fridge for[...]

Upsizing: Qantas looks to Boeing's 'mid-market' plane for domestic routes

Wednesday  08:31,   13 june 2018
watoday.com.au

Aerospace giant says its slated "mid-market" aircraft could revolutionise Australian airlines' operations.Aerospace giant Boeing says its "mid-market" aircraft could revolutionise Australian airlines' operations by allowing them to fly [...]

A Spirit Airlines Plane Had to Wait for an Alligator to Cross the Runway

Wednesday  08:27,   13 june 2018
travelandleisure

There are a lot of reasons why a plane can get delayed. Between bad weather, runway traffic jams, and unruly passengers, lots of flights can have trouble keeping schedule. Occasionally, even the animal kingdom can interfere with your[...]

The incredible history of the Boeing 737, the best-selling airliner of all time

Wednesday  08:26,   13 june 2018
businessinsider.com.au

The Boeing 737 is the best-selling airliner of all time. Through May, Boeing has taken 14,725 orders for the plane. Since 2011, the new 737 MAX has won more than 4,500 orders, making it the fastest-selling aeroplane in Boeing history. Since its[...]

Why this photo is causing a social media storm

Wednesday  08:08,   13 june 2018
msn

The blogger has received death threats for posting it.Self-described "full-time globetrotter" Nils Travel was forced to apologise for the image, which featured him modelling on top of a pillar in Pompeii's[...]

Comment: Watch out Europe. Winter is coming. And so are the Australians

Tuesday  16:31,   12 june 2018
smh.com.au

In recent years, the annual exodus has reached staggering proportions. So have the accompanying social media posts. The specific migration patterns change from year to year. Ever popular places such as Paris and Rome are being edged out by the new[...]

10 leisure activities that burn off more calories than you realise

Monday  14:56,   11 june 2018
readersdigest.com.au

Before you set off on your next adventure or holiday, have a think about all those calories you could be burning, and make your choice accordingly!To find out exactly which popular leisure activities and pastimes can help you burn off the most[...]

The One Change That Lightened My Luggage for Good

Monday  09:45,   11 june 2018
travelandleisure

<p>The One Change That Lightened My Luggage for Good</p>I've listened to many a friend and colleague sing praises about their e-readers but, despite three good tries, I just can't read on a screen for more than 10 minutes. It's not the same.[...]

Australia's WORST airports revealed – with a single hub responsible for a quarter of the country's delayed flights

Monday  07:07,   11 june 2018
dailymail.co.uk

Long-suffering airline passengers desperate to avoid setbacks are in luck thanks to a study that shows which Australian airports have the highest number of delayed and cancelled flights.   With an average of 44 flights being cancelled[...]

Why you need to visit the Yarra Valley

Monday  06:56,   11 june 2018
mydiscoveries.com.au

Wine, chocolate, cheese, strawberries and art. What more reason do you need to visit the Yarra Valley?If you're wondering where to start, Yarra Valley tourism have put together some great trail maps on their website based around loose themes such as [...]

You Don't Have to Go to the Great Barrier Reef to Swim With Australia’s Wildest Animals

Monday  06:50,   11 june 2018
travelandleisure

Stretching along 1,400 miles of Australia’s eastern coast, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.&nbsp;Although the Reef remains on many travelers’ bucket lists, in recent years, scientists have raised[...]

Thrilling tour fit for a king: Exploring the estate in Northern Ireland where Game of Thrones was filmed

Monday  05:25,   11 june 2018
dailymail.co.uk

The Mail on Sunday's Sarah Arnold visits Castle Ward on the shores of Strangford Lough, which was used as the location for 'Winterfell' in the first series of Game of Thrones.I am standing in the courtyard of Castle Ward – a stunning[...]

The Rich Are Planning to Leave This Wretched Planet

Monday  05:25,   11 june 2018
msn

Here comes private space travel — with cocktails, retro-futuristic Philippe Starck designs and Wi-Fi. Just $55 million a trip!HOUSTON — In an era in which privileged individuals search constantly for the next experience to obsess over and post about [...]

Tips for first-time cruisers

Monday  04:55,   11 june 2018
nowtolove.co.nz

First-time cruiser Karyn Henger shares what she has learned about cruising.First, let's set the scene: I went for a short and fun-packed three-day comedy cruise with P&O Cruises on the newly refurbished Pacific Jewel. We went on a round trip[...]