Adventures are always fun and exciting even if they happen in virtual, and even if they are captured through cat’s eye. Tourism Board in Onomichi, Hiroshima prefecture, feeling tough times found solution with the help of most popular Internet’s hero — cat. City’s view through cat’s eye may be not less panoramic than Google Street View seen through 360° cameras.
While the main European countries are trying to solve the problem with a flow of migrants, one of London refugees launched The Bike Project to provide just arrived refugees with at least bikes as a means of transportation and teach them how to fix this transport if there is something wrong.
1. They are always in good shape
Everyone knows that walking is useful for slenderness like any physical exercise, but it is not the only benefit of traveling. An additional point is that a person gets a lot of impressions from wandering which helps to increase endorphines — the hormone of happiness. Endorphines don’t only prolong growing older, they also improve general physical condition, helps you to be positive and it is a brilliant prophylaxis of stress. A person who travels a lot looks and feels more healthy and happy.
London officials created easy access lanes for public transport but prohibited taxi drivers to use them during the 2012 Olympics. So traffic jams now huge, London guests avoid using cars and taxi drivers gain less profit. A London taxi driver David Weeks created some kind of a hotel in his cab to make money during this busy time.
Who knows a country better then its government bodies and travel agencies? Of course it’s common citizens. On December 10th the Stockholm agency Volontaire and the tourism group Visit Sweden backed up by the government started a new project called Curators of Sweden that allowed different Swedish citizens to control the @sweden handle.
Do you wonder what happens with your luggage after checking in? The US airline company Delta answered an oft-pondered question by releasing a video of a case with 6 built-in cameras that traveled from Atlanta to New York City. The video is part of a campaign to encourage travelers to use a new free mobile application that among other useful things lets users track their baggage.