Here is how you can ace backpacking

Here is how you can ace backpacking Written by Varnika Sharma Dec 02, 2021, 06:34 pm 3 min read Backpacking provides you the opportunity to travel and witness the world on a budget We all can agree that backpacking is not for everyone. There are those who prepare a clear itinerary, need to know in … Read more

Disney Has More New Attractions Coming to its Florida Theme Parks

Universal Studios has a new theme park coming. The Comcast-owned (CMCSA) – Get Comcast Corporation Class A Report company may not open until 2025 but it’s a potential gamechanger that could tip the balance between Universal Studios and Walt Disney’s (DIS) – Get Walt Disney Company Report DisneyWorld. Currently, Universal’s Florida theme parks consist of … Read more

Students allowed despite Covid policies

Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday announced Australia will refund visa fees for vaccinated backpackers who arrive within the next three months. The country — whose tight, pandemic border policies locked out its citizens, and more recently, one of tennis’s biggest stars — is encouraging backpackers to visit. And it’s doing so because it wants … Read more

New Wisconsin Dells attractions debut in 2022

WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. – Wisconsin, the self-proclaimed “Waterpark Capital of the World” announced on Wednesday, March 9 that it will enhance its reputation in 2022, with several significant new waterpark features set to open. Among them is North America’s first rotating waterslide. Waterpark Resort Attractions (per news release) North America’s First Rotating Waterslide at Mt. … Read more

Live updates: Ukraine says Russian general killed

The latest developments on the Russia-Ukraine war: LVIV, Russia — A Russian general was killed in the fighting around Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, which Russian forces have been trying to seize since the invasion began, the Ukrainian military intelligence agency said. It identified him as Maj. Gen. Vitaly Gerasimov, 45, and said he had fought … Read more

Iguana killers: Hunts around South Florida backyards become a tourist attraction | National

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Standing in a boat in suburban Fort Lauderdale, Chris Whitaker aimed a .25-caliber air rifle at a large green iguana on a canal bank and squeezed the trigger. The weapon gave a metallic pop, and the iguana jerked onto its back, its legs writhing. The iguana struggled for a minute or … Read more