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ANA takes delivery of its very first Airbus A380, which has a smiley sea turtle livery40m ANA takes delivery of its very first Airbus A380, which has a smiley sea turtle livery
The new A380 will enter service on May 24, travelling between Tokyo and Honolulu. Its livery is called 'flying honu', with honu being a Hawaiian term of endearment used towards the sea turtle.
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Adventurous. Alone. Attacked.1h 1m Updated Adventurous. Alone. Attacked.
The number of female solo travelers has skyrocketed, but amid Instagram-worthy escapades are tales of violence and death, raising questions about how the world is greeting women who travel alone.
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How to stay healthy on a holiday flight1h 23m How to stay healthy on a holiday flight
Eating, drinking, chewing and loo-ing are among the many dangers that face airline passengers flying across the world. The holiday hero lifts the lid on the biggest perils at 35,000ft.
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A review of Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Chiangmai Singharat Road Villa1h 29m Updated A review of Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Chiangmai Singharat Road Villa
MailOnline Travel's Julian Robinson visits Chiang Mai, Thailand's beguiling Rose in the North, experiencing the ultimate luxury of a Four Seasons resort and a peaceful villa in the heart of the city.
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The Cape Town hotel with rooftop AIRSTREAMS you can sleep in 3h Updated The Cape Town hotel with rooftop AIRSTREAMS you can sleep in 
On the roof of the Grand Daddy Hotel in Cape Town are seven authentic Airstream trailers that have been shipped in from America. Ted Thornhill paid it a visit.
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Man Arrested After Drugged Orangutan Is Found in Indonesian Airport4h Man Arrested After Drugged Orangutan Is Found in Indonesian Airport
The animal was found sleeping in a basket. Officials say it was smuggled into the airport by a Russian tourist.
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A local’s guide to Munich: 10 top tips7h A local’s guide to Munich: 10 top tips
The Bavarian capital is famous for its parks, history and beer halls, but its underground music and neighbourhood restaurants are worth checking out, too
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Russia Dispatch: An Ice Marathon Across a Frozen Russian Lake: ‘I Ran Twice as Fast’10h Updated Russia Dispatch: An Ice Marathon Across a Frozen Russian Lake: ‘I Ran Twice as Fast’
It is one of the world’s most grueling races, 26 miles over Siberia’s Lake Baikal, amid cracking ice and shifting weather. The race attracts a global cast of athletes who want to test their limits.
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books territory: Putting Literary Miami on the Map15h Updated books territory: Putting Literary Miami on the Map
“I knew that there was a sophistication here,” said Mitchell Kaplan, the owner of Books & Books, “because I witnessed what people were reading.”
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Etiquette expert William Hanson reviews Public - an uber-trendy hotel for millennials in NYC16h Updated Etiquette expert William Hanson reviews Public - an uber-trendy hotel for millennials in NYC
'Public' hotel in New York sits on the site of a former car park. It has 364 guest rooms, three penthouses, two bars and a restaurant. What it does not have is the traditional hotel vibe, writes William Hanson.
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The best and worst river cruises of 2019 revealed17h Updated The best and worst river cruises of 2019 revealed
The research, by consumer group Which?, looked at 17 river cruise companies and asked over 1,700 passengers to rate their experiences out of five across nine categories.
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Cruise Ship Stranded Off Norway Reaches Shore After Harrowing Rescue Effort18h Updated Cruise Ship Stranded Off Norway Reaches Shore After Harrowing Rescue Effort
The Viking Sky was carrying more than 1,300 people when it sent a mayday alert Saturday. After recovering the use of some engines, the ship finally limped into port.
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Cruise Ship Stranded Off Norway Limps Toward Shore After Hundreds Evacuated22h Updated Cruise Ship Stranded Off Norway Limps Toward Shore After Hundreds Evacuated
The Viking Sky was carrying more than 1,300 when it sent a mayday alert. After recovering the use of some engines, the ship headed to port, escorted by tugboats.
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Cruise Ship Near Norway With Nearly 1,400 Passengers Is Being Evacuated22h Updated Cruise Ship Near Norway With Nearly 1,400 Passengers Is Being Evacuated
Dramatic videos and photos on Twitter showed the ship listing, furniture sliding from one side to the other and water rushing on board.
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Cruise Ship Stranded Off Norway Limps to Shore After Hundreds Evacuated23h Cruise Ship Stranded Off Norway Limps to Shore After Hundreds Evacuated
The Viking Sky was carrying more than 1,300 when it sent a mayday alert. After recovering the use of some engines, the ship headed to port, escorted by tugboats.
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John Sergeant travels to Cuba ahead of the royal visit...25h John Sergeant travels to Cuba ahead of the royal visit...
Former BBC journalist John Sergeant travels to Cuba ahead of the royal visit. He shares Camilla's 'dislike of Cuban food' - but luckily, he says, the country has lots more to offer.
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The best airline suites money can buy25h The best airline suites money can buy
From an exclusive penthouse that comes with a Savoy Hotel-trained butler to a romantic studio apartment where the bed is sprinkled with rose petals - here's our pick of lust-worthy airline suites.
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Portugal has right resort for four under-eights, holiday guru advises25h Updated Portugal has right resort for four under-eights, holiday guru advises
A family resort in Portugal, has something for everyone, China offers six-day free transit visas and Jamaica boasts waterfalls and coffee tours, the holiday guru advises.
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Stay in Bologna for under £100 a night25h Stay in Bologna for under £100 a night
Italy's Bologna is dripping with history from the western world's oldest university to the leaning tower, 498 steps and 97 metres high, with great views of the city. Here's how to see it all...
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Yoga summit: a festival in the Austrian Alps25h Yoga summit: a festival in the Austrian Alps
Held across three pretty Alpine towns, Gastein Yoga Days offer the choice of hundreds of classes in stunning locations at affordable prices You know how it is: you are just getting settled on your yoga mat and some latecomers barge in, harrumphing and stamping their feet because you have taken their favourite spot. But I was 1,000 metres up an Austrian mountain, with glorious views over the pretty spa town of Bad Hofgastein and the last of the sun on my face for an evening meditation class … and the late arrivals were a family of wild horses with two foals.
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Holy Mount Athos is simply divine for families25h Updated Holy Mount Athos is simply divine for families
The Daily Mail's Sebastian Shakespeare enjoys an indulgent stay at Eagles Palace Villas in Halkidiki, northern Greece. The luxury hotel has 42 villas, a spa and two Michelin-star restaurants.
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Great British Boltholes: A review of Hampton Manor, Birmingham27h Great British Boltholes: A review of Hampton Manor, Birmingham
A mind-blowing red wine conceived by a neuroscientist and an Icelandic cocktail inspired by William Morris's poetry are among the creative offerings at Birmingham's Hampton Manor.
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How to enjoy Jerusalem, from the most sacred sites to brilliant shops27h How to enjoy Jerusalem, from the most sacred sites to brilliant shops
Here's our guide on how to enjoy the best of Jerusalem. Don't miss The Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the famous Mahane Yehuda Market with its riot of 250 stalls.
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Running among the ruins: seeing Cambodia at a trot30h Running among the ruins: seeing Cambodia at a trot
A dawn jog around the magnificent temples of Angkor is the perfect way to meet an ancient country with deep roots Temple Run is a relentlessly addictive computer game. The concept is simple enough. You’ve stolen a cursed idol from an ancient crumbling temple and now you have to run for your life to escape the evil monkeys gnashing at your heels. The temple run I am doing, however, is much slower, far less frantic and it only features a handful of snoozing macaques. But it is so infinitely more life-affirming. The temples I’m jogging round are the colossal remains of the city of
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