I love the way travel continues to re-invent itself. New trends include green travel, grass-roots experiential holidays, and volunteer vacays, to name a few. Even in the last half-decade alone, many tourists have rejected hotels in favour of Airbnb, dropping shuttles and tour operators in favour of Uber. Pure disruption. But this one I...
The first-ever commercial flight to produce no landfill waste took to the skies last week, marking the start of Qantas’ plan to cut 100 million single-use plastics by end-2020 and eliminate 75 per cent of the airline’s waste by end-2021. All inflight products on board QF739, flying from Sydney to Adelaide and staffed by...
Emirates flights with Live TV will screen the UEFA Europa League Final on May 29 and the UEFA Champions League Final on June 1 live on the dedicated in flight sports channel, Sport 24. With two all-English finals, the airline has made special arrangements to ensure all the 23 Emirates flights operating to and from England during match times are equipped with Live...
Vancouver has exploded. With a property boom that placed its house price increase as the second highest in the world after Singapore, I was intrigued to know what the fuss was all about. South Africans have slowly begun to wake up to the prospect of Canada as an emigration option, offering an alignment with...
A humanistic approach to hospitality for the culturally curious traveller, SALT takes its guests to people - not just places - connecting them to locals and their way of life, placing them in the action, not just beside it. SALT’s creator and CEO of The Lux Collective, Paul Jones, comments, “When deciding on the location for our...
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