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  • Items You Don't Want To Forget To Pack You've waited for weeks or even months for a vacation. Now that it's just a few days away, you're anxious to hit the road and leave your cares behind. The time has come to pack your bags and get ready for your much-needed trip. While you've picked out your outfits and gathered your toiletries, you can't help but wonder if something is missing from your luggage. Going on vacation without your favorite dress might dampen your mood a bit, but forgetting to pack these items listed below could alter your entire experience.

  • How to Travel on a Tight Budget Do you know it is possible to travel without breaking the bank? The secret is to know your destination and your preferred budget. Spare some time and look for affordable accommodation and flight deals. Visiting the free and local entertainment spots will be a great way to stretch your dollar at your vacation destination.

  • Washington DC Airports Tighten Security Following Suggestions to Ban Rioters From Flying Two big Washington DC airports have bolstered security as Trump supporters start going home after the Capitol breach following a suggestion for them to be banned from flying.

  • Japan Considers Reopening Borders to Tourism in 2021 Japan may have had negotiations with neighboring countries for business-oriented travel bubbles and eased restrictions for residents returning from other nations. However, they have remained quiet as to when international tourists would be given the go-signal to enter the country again.

  • A Beginners’ Guide to Airport Transfers So you've booked your flight, sorted your accommodation, and even written down all the places you want to visit when you arrive, and you think it's all systems go? Not so fast. You haven't got a clue how to get to the airport. Fortunately for you, there are a number of ways to do this.

  • New Trump Rule Imposes $15,000 Visa Bond on Some African Tourists According to the new rule from the Trump administration, prospective visitors and tourists from more than 20 nations, which is the majority of it were African nations, will be paying as much as a $15,000 bond in order to obtain a U.S. visa.

  • FAA Clears Boeing 737 Max for Flight 20 Months After Two Fatal Crashes Twenty months after staying on the tarmac due to its two fatal crashes, Boeing's 737 Max airliner received the green light to resume its passenger flights after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has made the announcement on Wednesday.

  • What to Expect at Dubai Garden Glow: All Good Things to Make it a Vacation to Remember Planning a trip to Dubai will not be complete unless the Dubai Garden Glow is part of the itinerary. This holiday will be perfect for family and friends too.

  • Tips on Planning a Multigenerational Vacation Planning a vacation is exciting but has an element of stress when you want to ensure everyone is happy with the choices. However, the pressure is even greater when it comes to multigenerational trips to get it right for everyone. The mix of ages can make it challenging to plan something everyone loves, but getting it right could help you enjoy the best experience with your nearest and dearest.

  • Haunted Castles Around the World to Visit, a Look at their Dark and Scary Histories From dungeons that have witnessed gruesome deaths, torture chambers that have killed hundreds of prisoners, to skeletons still stuck deep inside its walls and floors, all castles have dark histories. Here are some of the most haunted castles that are not for the weak of heart.

  • 7 Countries That Have The Coolest and Most Unique National Animals All around the world, countries have varying and unique national animals that represent what the nation holds. These seven national animals are some of the coolest and most distinct national animals worldwide.

  • Hikers Discover Gruesome Sight of Bear Feasting on Human Remains in the Great Smoky Mountains Park rangers quickly euthanized the animal in fears of future attacks in one of the largest national parks in the Untied States.

  • Protests in Mauritius as Government Fails to Tackle Oil Spill That Killed More Than 40 Dolphins After the oil spill that crippled the economy and tourism of Mauritius through polluting its water, more than 40 dead dolphins have washed up on its coast. Environmental groups have called for government action and investigation on the cause of the mammals’ deaths.

  • State of Environmental Emergency Declared as Mauritius Struggles to Contain Oil Spill Mauritius’ Prime Minister Praying Jugnauth has declared a state of emergency after an oil leak from a Japanese-owned vessel has effected its waters. Jugnauth also stated that he has already sought help from France in order to deal with the national emergency.

  • Breakfast Around the World: How Different Countries Start Their Day Whether you love savory food or sweet condiments to start your morning, you will find the perfect set for you in this of breakfast around the world. Learn about diversity and culture with these exciting meals.

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