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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO, A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH

Today the Democratic Republic of the Congo is celebrating Independence Day. It became independent from Belgium on June 30th, 1960. […]

DIJBOUTI OFFERS GREAT DIVING

Today Djibouti is celebrating Independence Day. It became independent from France on June 27th, 1977. […]

THE VALUE OF DELTA SKYMILES JUST WENT DOWN

Delta Airlines announced today new $25 and $50 fuel surcharges for SkyMiles Award Tickets. […]

MADAGASCAR OFFERS UNIQUE NATURE

Today Madagascar is celebrating Independence Day. It became independent from France on June 26th, 1960. […]

NEW YORK’S NEW WATERFALLS

Today New York’s latest attraction opened today as the water was turned on for its new waterfalls on the Hudson river under and nearby the Brooklyn bridge. […]

AIR RAGE CURE FOUND: POT LOUNGES

The pro-marijuana group SAFER claims that air rage could be cured by smoking pot. […]

FINALLY – SELF POWERED LUGGAGE

Ever since the suitcases got wheels, self powered luggage has been high on the wish list of many travelers. Now comes finally Live Luggage with its own electrical engine. […]

MIAMI – COSTA RICA $168 ROUNDTRIP!

Most of the deals this week reflect the higher fuel prices. But from Miami you can still fly dirt cheap to Central America: Only $168 roundtrip each to Costa Rica, Guatemala and Panama! […]

FIRST CITIZEN M HOTEL TO OPEN

Citizen M, short for citizen mobile, is a fresh new hotel concept that promises affordable luxury for the people. Now the first one is opening at Amsterdam’s (Netherlands) Schipol Airport on June 24th. […]

PHILIPPINE PASSENGER SHIP SINKS IN TYPHOON

The passenger ship Princess of the Star sank today in a typhoon outside the coast of the Philippines. The ship was carrying about 800 passengers and crew, most of whom are feared to be dead. […]