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Sydneysiders love Melbourne. We love it because it has all of things that Sydney does not. When you want a break from Sydney city life there's nowhere better.
These outrageously touristy, shamelessly kitsch places are still crowd-pleasers for a reason.
Even in comparison to other bullish industry leaders, Expedia CEO Peter Kern is steadfast in his conviction that travel's recovery isn't just on the horizon, but around the corner.
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The conventional wisdom is that 2020 has nearly destroyed travel. And though it's true that covid-19 ruined our vacations and took a wrecking ball to a large part of the industry, the conventional wisdom is wrong.
"Oh my God," Jess breathes as I squeeze the scooter's brakes and the tires hit the side of the road, jolting us up and down. An ambulance screams past, no siren, no lights.
An "OK picture" went on to be acquired by Microsoft, named "Bliss" and beamed onto millions of computer screens in 2001, as the default background image for Windows XP. It is now, by a number of outlets' guesstimates, the most-viewed photograph of all time.
In addition to halting most vacations in 2020, the coronavirus pandemic has largely stripped away one of air travel's few small pleasures: in-flight food and drink service.
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Singapore is embarking on a bold experiment aimed at reopening the country to international travellers in a safe, controlled program that could provide a template for Australia's own re-emergence on the international travel scene.
Dreaming of your next big travel adventure, somewhere ambitious and completely different? These are the best adventures for any time, especially in post-COVID times.