Advertising companies delay your baggage claim with their marketing material

Advertising companies delay your baggage claim with their marketing material

Clever advertising companies have found ways to market their products through our luggage and it’s causing major headaches and further delays.

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Customers outraged over change in Qantas’ frequent flyer program

Customers outraged over change in Qantas’ frequent flyer program

Qantas has customers infuriated over its sly change in their frequent flyer policy. Find out why.

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The walk of death at El Caminito del Rey may be ending

The walk of death at El Caminito del Rey may be ending

Thrill seekers who are looking forward to trekking the most chilling and frightening walkway in the world, El Caminito del Rey, otherwise known as King’s Little Path, should plan your trip now if you want to tackle this terrifying catwalk in its current state of creepiness before renovations begin.

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Ready to take a roadtrip?

Ready to take a roadtrip?

Australia is best known for its lush outback and expansive landscapes. In fact, it can almost be overwhelming if you’re planning a road trip.

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Standing on top of the world through a photographer’s lens

Standing on top of the world through a photographer’s lens

Michael Shainblum, a photographer, wondered what one of the most famous cities in the world, San Francisco, would look like through his camera.

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The best in hotel luxury could set you back $27,000 a night

The best in hotel luxury could set you back $27,000 a night

Many high-end hotel suites in New York, Las Vegas and Miami come at a steep price. Say, a few grand a night. But the San Francisco Bay Area has taken things to an all new high – as in price. Try $27,000 per night, on for size.

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Are Australians racist?

Are Australians racist?

A new report has shed some light on how unfriendly Australians can be toward people of color.

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Flight MH370: All is lost

Flight MH370: All is lost

A gloomy and dour-faced Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced what many feared today – “all were lost.”

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Flight MH370: the captain’s suspect behavior plus have investigators found the aircraft?

Flight MH370: the captain’s suspect behavior plus have investigators found the aircraft?

Are the pilots under suspicion and, has Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 been spotted?

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Where to find the best cup of hot joe

Where to find the best cup of hot joe

Where does one find this tasty cup of dark roast? Lucky for you Litopedia, has put together a bucket list of places around the world serving up the best-ever caffeine buzz.

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Los Angeles, USA — Travel Review

Los Angeles, USA — Travel Review

Los Angeles, also known as the City of Angels or more popularly only as L.A. is one of the most diverse cities on the American West Coast. A diverse economy, a bustling metropolis home to nearly 4 million people and the home of Hollywood, the world’s most popular movie hub; Los Angeles offers a discerning […]

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The Modern Honolulu Hawaii Hotel Review

The Modern Honolulu Hawaii Hotel Review

Hawaii as a holiday destination is evolving to cater for people that don’t see Hawaiian shirts and family holiday resorts as must see features of the Polynesian islands. Located directly adjacent to the Hawaii Yacht Club, The Modern Honolulu opened in September 2011 with 353 guest rooms, including 30 suites and a penthouse. The guest […]

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Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach Review

Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach Review

Picture this — 525 guest rooms and three restaurants perched amongst 2.4km of pristine sandy surf beach in the heart of Waikiki. It almost sounds too good to be true. Fortunately, I’m talking about the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach and it won’t cost you an arm and a leg to sample this opulent Hawaiian […]

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Palazzo Versace Review

Palazzo Versace Review

Considered to be one of Australia’s only ‘six-star’ hotels, the Gold Coast based Palazzo Versace most certainly doesn’t disappoint, or fail to live up to its claimed opulence. With the likes of Rod Stewart, Chris Brown, Jay Z, the Rolling Stones, Paris Hilton and Beyonce once calling it home during Australian visits, you can only […]

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QT Gold Coast Hotel Review

QT Gold Coast Hotel Review

When you think of the Gold Coast and Surfer’s Paradise, the first things that come to mind are surf, great looking people and an ultra-modern atmosphere. The creators of luxury hotel chain QT Hotels and Resorts kept these aspects in mind when penning the QT Gold Coast hotel. Everything from the designer lounges, through to […]

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Melbourne – A review of the great city

Melbourne – A review of the great city

Melbourne’s history, being the second largest city in Australia and a cultural and financial hub of the country, dates back more than 200 years. But even before the first European settlers disembarked and called it their home, the area where the current metropolis stands was occupied by the aboriginals for a continuous period of more […]

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Kedarnath — A tryst with faith

Kedarnath — A tryst with faith

At YouTravel.com.au we pride ourselves on excellent knowledge of the travel industry and an ability to provide in depth analysis. Travel writer and travel tragic, Rory Mukherjee has declared his favourite place on earth as Kedarnath. He’s provided a quick description of this amazing place below. You can find out more about the YouTravel.com.au team at the […]

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Italy, Venice travel and accommodation guide

Italy, Venice travel and accommodation guide

Origin of Venice Venice’s history dates back to the days when barbaric tribes from the north started ravaging the northern part of the Italian mainland. Out of pure necessity to survive from a brutal death at the hands of the barbaric tribes, mainland Italians, started to settle down on the only refuge that they could […]

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Ballarat Accommodation Guide

Ballarat Accommodation Guide

The best way to experience all the sights and sounds of Ballarat is at a leisurely pace, so you could really immerse yourself in the whole Ballarat experience. With the amount of things to do like art galleries, museums, wine tastings, tours, and concerts, you would like to have the luxury of being able to […]

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Vanuatu Cruises – Review

Vanuatu Cruises – Review

Spending most of your time near or in the water is a given when you’re in Vanuatu. There’s scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing, and fishing. The best way to experience all these activities at once is to go on a cruise that will take you to Vanuatu’s key destinations full of stops that will let you […]

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