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For almost 100 years, Coíba in Panama was inhabited only by criminals and political prisoners. Now it’s one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet.
This Underwater Winery Lets You Dive for Your Vino
Source: Rachelle Dragon – AZULA
At one Croatia winery, the sea isn’t just a sparkling backdrop. It’s also the wine cellar. Edivo Winery, Croatia’s first underwater winery, believes the cool, mysterious waters of the Adriatic Sea are the perfect place to store its wines. Read more
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Discover the surprising histories behind the every day objects that transformed travel forever.
Many staples of modern journeys have storied histories. Whether commissioned from the U.S. Department of Defense or Steve Jobs’s brain trust, they’ve enabled the mass migration of people around the globe, democratizing travel and making it faster. Here are seven to appreciate. Read more
One of the largest terminal moves in the history of commercial aviation will occur at LAX beginning the night of May 12th.
A Consumer Guide to Air Travel
The elimination of government regulation of airline fares and routes has resulted in lower fares and a wide variety of price/service options. In this new commercial environment, consumers have had to take a more active role in choosing their air service by learning to ask a number of questions: Read more
Dive the Titanic for Only $105,100.00
Source: Newsweek by Janice Williams
What’s left of the RMS Titanic is disintegrating at an alarmingly rapid rate, but that hasn’t stopped researchers and deep sea divers from exploring the wreckage some 4,000 meters beneath sea-level. Nearly 13 years after the last time the public was able to view the underwater ship, European travel company Blue Marble Private announced the launch of intimate expeditions near the vessel in 2018. Read more