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(Sorta) Relaxing at 35,000 Feet

Do you suffer from other words the fear of flying? It's quite common, despite the stats showing that flying is much safer than car or train travel. We rationally know that planes are relatively safe, but there's something about ... Huffington Post, 1 day ago
WA Today

Australian food adventures to try before you die

The Farm in Byron Bay. Photo: Anthony Ong Good Food's travel and food editors share favourite experiences on the road. 1. Cooking by the lake Proving that if you build it they will come, hospo veteran Alla Wolf-Tasker has added a cooking school ...
 WA Today1 week ago

Walker-friendly road network

Perhaps for the first time in India, Bengalureans have been exposed to a pedestrian-first approach to road-building. But despite the controversy triggered by wide footpaths on one TenderSURE road, 50 more such streets are to be given a similar makeover. The ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Craftsmen of the Gods

Three temple-shaped chariots tower over the sea of humanity at the Grand Road in Puri. It is that time of the year again when the Trinity—Lord Jagannath and His divine siblings Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra—travel to their aunt's house from ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Life's Harsh Realities, By Stephen P D'Souza, Melbourne, Australia

Life is one big road with lots of signs and a series of natural and spontaneous changes. We are the only creatures on this earth to which God has given wisdom enabling us to think and act accordingly as per our best interests and the interests of ...
 Daijiworldcom1 month ago

Village Shows the Way in Leading Healthy Life

VELLORE: If Nathan village, a tiny village of only 70 households, situated 1,200 feet above the sea-level, were more well known, it would be the envy of other villages with it residents leading a holistic, healthy lifestyle with little disparity in ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

After legal fight, public road to Billionaires Beach open

Carbon Beach is famous because of its regal shoreline and internet-worth celebs and home owners. Heavy-players include Ray Ellison, former leader of Oracle Corp. Hard Rock Café co-founder Peter Morton and entertainment mogul David Geffen. ...
 NewsListOnline3 weeks ago

Paper Towns and Other Epic Road Trip Titles in YA Lit

The world's largest reviewer of books, multimedia, and technology for children and teens The buzz is building for Paper Towns (PG-13), the latest John Green book-to-big-screen production, which pulls into theaters on July 24. Based on the 2008 ...
 School Library Journal1 month ago
New Yorker

Where the Roads Have No Name

Sooner or later, every road comes to an end—but not in Vermont. In other states, a road that goes unused for a reasonable period of time is legally discontinued; in Vermont, any road that was ever officially entered into a town's record books ...
 New Yorker1 month ago
New Yorker

Leaving Alaska

The trail is barely visible, unless you know it's there. I step off the dirt road and into the woods. The ground receives me with the familiar caress of home. I float down the trail—my feet intimately familiar with each little dip and rise, each ...
 New Yorker1 month ago
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