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Taking a ride through North Korea's Taesongsan Park

A British traveller, who wished not to be named, slipped into the communist state to explore the region He visited Taesongsan Park, which opened in 1977 and is around seven miles from Pyongyang The amusement park features around ten to 15 attractions, with a  big rollercoaster being a popular ride By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline […]


One traveller is gripped by the beauty of Nicaragua

By Tom Mangold For The Mail On Sunday Published: 07:31 EDT, 11 September 2017 | Updated: 08:28 EDT, 11 September 2017 How else could you visit California, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Colombia, the Bahamas and Florida in two weeks, not go through airport hell and only have to pack and unpack your suitcase once? I […]


Airbnb sees 80 percent jump in visitors to Britain

Roughly 5.9 million people visited the UK via the platform between July 2016/17 Those guests are thought to have generated £3.46 billion for the economy UK is fifth largest home-sharing community in terms of numbers of listings By James Draper For Mailonline Published: 11:40 EDT, 11 September 2017 | Updated: 14:31 EDT, 11 September 2017 […]


United Airlines announce route between Houston and Sydney

The airline said flight distance is about 8,596 miles from Houston to Sydney Flights fly from Houston at 8pm and arrive two days later in Sydney at 6:30am And depart Sydney 11:50am and arrive in LA at 10:35am on the same day Flights total will start on January 18 pending government approval By Sadie Whitelocks for […]


One million square miles, 3,300 islands, and a ship

By Stephen Roberts For The Mail On Sunday Published: 07:57 EDT, 11 September 2017 | Updated: 11:32 EDT, 11 September 2017 A modern-day cruise is about the closest we get to the old Blue Riband days of stately ocean liners.  If you choose carefully, you can still sample some of that lost gentility. My wife […]


Belfast's stunning £28M Titanic Hotel opens for business

Brand new hotel occupies the former Harland & Wolff headquarters, where the ill-fated liner was designed  Boasting 120 rooms over four floors, it has been billed as the world’s most authentic Titanic-themed inn Officially opened on Sunday, the building is adjacent to the slipways where ship was built and launched By James Draper For Mailonline […]


Float into your own German fairy tale

By Caroline Hendrie For The Mail On Sunday Published: 07:13 EDT, 11 September 2017 | Updated: 07:41 EDT, 11 September 2017 Gazing up at yet another crenellated turret rising from the forest to pierce the clouds, I half-expected Rapunzel to lean out and let down her golden hair.  Every kink in the river brought a […]


Paloma Faith brands Gatwick Airport the worst ever

The chart-topper posted a seething message to her 600,000 fans via Twitter  She requested that people travelling with young children be given priority    4.9 million passengers passed through the capital’s airport in August alone Civil Aviation Authority recently branded Gatwick the best for security queues By James Draper For Mailonline Published: 06:04 EDT, 11 […]


Pilot becomes internet celeb after daring mid-air selfies

Brazilian pilot Daniel Centeno appears to have reached new heights with selfies The handsome flyer has won legions of adoring online fans for his daring stunts One snap sees him give followers a thumbs-up as he departs from New York City His Instagram account, PilotGanso, has attracted more than 72,000 followers  By James Draper For […]


Nuns playing ice hockey, eating KFC and wielding guns

Images posted to Imgur show devout sisters living it up across the world    The photographs show the women having fun, despite their religious vows  Snapshots were taken in locations ranging from the Philippines to America  By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline Published: 06:28 EDT, 11 September 2017 | Updated: 06:28 EDT, 11 September 2017 From […]

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