Ten years is a long time to be doing anything — let alone stay relevant on the internet, an arena of notorious trends that explode and then diffuse within a matter of days. But that’s exactly what the Abroad in
Japanese watermelons are famous across the world for their fantastically bizarre shapes and deep, sweet flavors. When they come into season from June onwards, watermelons (suika in Japanese) make for the perfect summertime snacks. The game associated with the
Canadians are on the hunt for affordable travel options this summer.
That includes Amedee Arbor, who is planning to ride around Manitoba in his pedal-powered velomobile.
“I might go to Falcon Lake or something like that,” Arbor said.
It’s been 12 months since Shinzo Abe’s assassination, an incident that sent shock waves across the globe. On the morning of July 8, the former Japanese prime minister was gunned down while giving a speech in Nara Prefecture. The suspect,
A new poll has revealed that passengers are split on new inflight phone rules.
Passengers on flights within the European Union (EU) will soon be allowed to use mobile phones without enabling airplane mode.
The new rules – outlined by
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Business travel for Indonesians to Australia will be made easier in a bid to boost the economic partnership between the two countries following a deal struck between their leaders. Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Indonesian
Canada is urging travelers to exercise a “high degree of caution” when traveling to France as protests have broken out across French cities in response to the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old by police.
“Since June 27, 2023, demonstrations in
For over 700 years, worshippers have visited Minobusan, one of Japan’s most sacred mountains. An imposing sanmon gate welcomes visitors to Kuonji, the heartland of Nichiren Buddhism, while the scent of towering cedar trees helps relieve the arduous climb
This week is your last chance to catch spring-inspired afternoon tea campaigns and special exhibitions. On the weekend, kick off the month of July with live music events organized by More Than Music. This and more things to do in
Tourism Sudbury welcomed close to 200 travel writers and bloggers to the northern Ontario city last week for a national conference held at Dynamic Earth.
“It’s amazing!,” said Lara Fielding, Tourism Sudbury’s manager of tourism and culture.
“We are excited