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It went to Alabama. Yes, Alabama! Scottsboro, Alabama, to be exact.
Most of the airlines based in the US sell “mishandled” bags to one company located in this little town in Alabama. The Unclaimed Baggage Center buys luggage from airlines with the contents site unseen. Clothing makes up about 60 percent of the millions of items that pass through the store annually. Cameras, electronics, sporting goods, jewelry, glasses, books and luggage help keep the constantly rotating shelves fully stocked. Read more
Technical Diving is the extreme branch of Scuba Diving. Read more
If you’re flying with camera equipment, bring the gear onto the plane in a carry-on bag with you if at all possible. This $11,000 Leica lens shows what can happen if you entrust your pricey equipment to the hold inside checked baggage. Read more
St. George’s Caye is a small island in Belize ideally located for easy travel away from crowds and quick access to diving and snorkeling on the barrier reef.
Choosing the right app can be just as confusing as deciding where to stay or how to get there. So we’ve combed through dozens of the latest travel apps (and a few mobile websites) to determine which tools are the most useful for planning a trip, getting around, finding friends, and saving money along the way. Unless noted, all apps are free and available for Android and iOS. Read more