A Singapore Airlines flight lost power in both engines while cruising at altitude on a flight to Shanghai.
Ever fancied travelling the world? This remarkable couple have done just that – covering most of the world’s surface in their beloved Land Rover. Peter and Eileen Crichton, 72 and 65, have travelled the world in their 3.5 V8i 1991 Land Rover Discovery, named Rabia, having started their epic challenge almost twenty years ago.
We always hear stories about people getting married in Las Vegas, but have you ever wondered what it’s like to facilitate these unions? We visited the Graceland Wedding Chapel in downtown Las Vegas and spoke with owner and Elvis impersonator Brendan Paul who shared some outrageous stories from weddings over the years. We also chatted with general manager Brandon Reed, who confirmed that because the chapel’s been around since 1947, there’s no shortage of interesting stories.
Quite often hotels we look at are about the biggest, the best, the most luxurious. But what about the strangest? These quirky places put together by our friends at Travel Insurance Direct would definitely make for a memorable stay.
Lisa Wilkinson had the opportunity to do something only 40 people have ever experienced when she enjoyed a heli ride over Mt Conner and had a champagne picnic on the mountain-top. Here she shares her favourite luxury tips from her trip to the Northern Territory.
A volcano in the Galapagos Islands erupted for the first time in more than 30 years Monday, spilling streams of bright orange lava and raising fears for the world's only colony of pink iguanas.
Technology may have found a way to reduce that nauseous feeling some of us get when flying.
Melbourne's newest boutique accommodation, St Jerome's - The Hotel, is offering glamping right in the heart of the city.
It's the annual event where the victor gets to take home a giant wheel of local cheese. The competition? Racing some cheese rolling down a hill... On steep piece of turf known as Cooper's Hill on the outskirts of Brockworth, Gloucestershire, the Cheese Rolling Race has been happening since the late 1800s but isn't officially supported due to the risks associated with the race and insurance costs.
Southwest Airlines went above and beyond the call of duty to rush a woman home to her ill son earlier this month.