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This one's for fun, with a video of a firefighting drill that fills an SFO hangar with flame suppression foam.
Shifting rules and shifting outbreaks are churning the British vacation scene for this summer.
DrFumblefinger stayed at a small cabin rental in the Idaho mountains recently, in the small community of Syringa, notable for its beautiful scenery and plentiful antiques on display.
DrFumblefinger was lucky enough to get very close to a two-toed sloth while in Tortuguero National Park in Costa Rica.
Daman presents some of the advantages of long-term airport parking (sponsored content)
The world's largest giraffe lives, surprisingly, in Australia and is part of a species preservation program.
A Norwegian cruise line that felt it had solved the safety issues to resume limited cruises has found itself up against new Covid cases on board.
Garry looks at Cuba as it re-opens to international guests.
Samantha shares her visit and some pictures of the Iowa State Capitol building in Des Moines.
Asiana's expensive flights have become the only option for maintaining pilot qualification ahead of restart
A bus left as a shelter in the wilds of Alaska became famous in 'Into the Wild,' and had become a dangerous attraction for others.
Travel Rob offers his observations about air travel now
DrFumblefinger enjoys a "free" visit to a butterfly garden while en-route to the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica.
Not quite the innocuous insurance sales sidekick, these birds have bad table manners, among other issues.