Let’s just float along
Featuring a six tonne potato, royal lodging, the world’s most expensive island, and an iconic landmark turned Airbnb.
A micropig cafe in Tokyo, a “Russian” beluga whale in Norway and more!
Plus, Air New Zealand is trying to make flying with a baby easier, and Bali is waging a war against plastic.
These two dogs are seriously impressive.
Maybe you shouldn’t eat. Plus, no more Mai Khao plane selfies for you!
Plus, you can rent your very own Finn!
Justin Bieber is copping a lot of the blame for the closure of an Icelandic canyon. Plus, why you need to check your passports before you fly and more!
Hilton’s latest recycling problems could save the world or make you feel ill. Plus a new floating sculpture is coming to Hong Kong and more!
A parent forgets her child in an airport waiting lounge, Qantas’ CEO helps an aspiring airline entrepreneur and more!
Nyepi, Bali’s Day of Silence, is rapidly approaching – here is what you need to know.
Whose hair would you choose – Kim’s or Trump’s? Plus, travel around the world for free and a French tourist agency wants to send you to Syria.
Seventeen couples are getting married underwater in Thailand! Plus the owner of the USB drive found in seal faeces has been located, a Brit cycles the worst of the Tour de France without a seat for charity, how to make Lufthansa angry, and someone at Air New Zealand made a really big mistake.
Royal Caribbean is searching for a ‘Shore Explorer’, and the pay is pretty darn good! Plus an ultra-luxe cruise suite, a working USB thumb drive has been found in frozen leopard seal faeces, and Delta fails to make a love connection.
Or has it? Plus Hotel Bellora in Sweden is giving away free hotel stays (with a catch), Cathay Pacific wants us to live in their business class lounges and Tokyo is bribing commuters with soba noodles.
Plus RIMOWA is in the iPhone case making business now, the first ever vegan hotel suite, and a tourist tax for Bali
Plus, your dream gig living in Italy, the Turkish town that is getting a massive makeover, and saving the coral reefs!
They used HOW many light sequences for this?