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Fantasy island! Incredible photographs of the Caribbean's Dominica make the natural paradise look EVEN MORE enticing
With two thirds of its 289 square miles covered by tropical rainforest, adventure isn't hard to come by on the island of Dominica - unspoiled beauty and natural wonder are its obvious and indisputable calling cards. The 70,000 locals know this though. To get the word out to the world, the Discover Dominica Authority invited emerging filmmakers to enjoy the island for themselves and give their own unique perspective in the 2015 Dominica Film Challenge.
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How wasting time on social media can save you money: Holiday firm gives you discount based on the number of followers you have on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
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The Game of Thrones effect! Hit TV series boosts tourism in Northern Ireland as holidaymakers search for the real Westeros
Beauty spots such as the Dark Hedges, one of the picturesque backdrops for the wildly-popular HBO series, have fuelled a massive surge in interest in County Antrim.
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This fearless tourist risked his life to add the ultimate travel snap to his holiday photo album. Perched on a ledge at the famous Lion's Head mountain in Cape Town, some 2,000ft above the city, 24-year-old Alessio Bariviera leapt into the air in a dangerous stunt that was captured by a friend. The photo was snapped at a height more than double that of the Eiffel Tower.
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Former Nazi prisoner of war camp which housed SS fanatics to be transformed into modern holiday hotspot for tourists聽
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Instagram account offers breathtaking images of landmarks from space
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Tour operator forced to pay 拢30,000 to holidaymaker struck down by 'nightmare' salmonella food poisoning in Cuba
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Holidaymaker who fell ill in Cuba awarded 拢30,000
No wonder there's no room in the overhead bin! Holidaymakers cram 拢1,000 worth of gadgets in their hand luggage... but only 34% of us actually use the devices abroad
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Holidaymakers cram 拢1,000 worth of their belongings in hand luggage
Passengers face chaos in Rome as Italy's largest airport closes arrivals hall after ferocious blaze
Enac, the Italian civil aviation authority, said Rome's Fiumicino airport is cutting operations to 60 per cent of its overall capacity from Saturday as it enters the busy summer travel period.
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Rome airport to close Terminal 3 arrivals hall after destructive fire
From guns and religious portraits to bridal gowns and iPads: Inside the 40,000-sq-ft Alabama lost luggage store offering 80% discounts (and where 7,000 new items are added EVERY DAY)
At the Unclaimed Baggage Centre in Scottsboro, Alabama, USA, items found in lost luggage is sold at a discounts of up to 80%. The bags are purchased en masse from travel companies and items are cleaned and wiped down before being displayed in the massive 40,000-square-foot store.
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Alabama store sells items found in lost luggage for extreme discount
Turkey, Bulgaria and... Russia: Don't want to spend a fortune this summer? The holiday destinations where your pound is strongest
The British pound has strengthened significantly against a number of major currencies over the last two years, boosting its spending power all over the world.
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The holiday destinations where your pound is strongest
There's nothing plain about this: Incredible drone footage shows Zimbabwe as you've never seen it before
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Incredible drone footage shows Zimbabwe as you've never seen it before
Up you go! Distressed duckling stuck inside pond reunited with mum after friendly hippo gives it a platform to jump up from
A pair of hippos helped a duckling escape from a pond by giving it a little boost so that it could be reunited with its mum. The incident took place at Diergaarde Blijdorp Zoo in the Netherlands and featured two hippos lowering their heads for the duckling, so that it could jump out of the pond.
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Hippos assist duckling stuck inside pond by reuniting it with mother
That's one way to cap a career! Retiring paramedic saved passenger who turned 'grey' after falling seriously ill on flight
Capt Richard Bratcher, who is set to retire, stepped in to help when a US Airways flight attendant came over the tannoy and called for someone to provide urgent medical care to a 57-year-old man.
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Paramedic praised for saving passenger who fell ill on flight
Paradise found! TripAdvisor's best hotel in the world in 2015 is in the Maldives... and it is perfect!
Gili Lankanfushi in the Maldives took the title for the best hotel in the world, and has 45 overwater villas. The resort has a 'no news, no shoes' policy and guests can enjoy private butler service.
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The world's best hotel of 2015 is in Maldives, and it is perfect!
'Ready-made paradise' for sale: Private Caribbean island comes with an airstrip and super-yacht friendly deep-water harbour - but it will cost you a cool 拢90million
One of the most expensive private islands in the world, Cave Cay, in the Caribbean, has come on the market and boasts its own beach, airstrip and harbour, for however you wish to arrive in style.
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Billionaire's Caribbean island for sale with airstrip - for 拢90m!
Don't wear camouflage in Barbados, avoid talking about sex in Kenya, and never whistle at night in Thailand: Infographic reveals how to keep out of trouble abroad
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World's first plug-in plane takes off: Bright sparks at Airbus unveil electric two-seater aircraft at the Paris Air Show that's nearly silent in flight
Airbus has just unveiled its first-ever all-electric aircraft at the Paris Air Show. The two-seater E-Fan 2.0 is currently just a prototype, but the company has pledged over 拢14million toward its development in hopes that it will enter into service in 2017. Reaching speeds of 219 km per hour, the plane is CO2 emission-free and nearly silent in flight.
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Airbus unveils electric two-seater aircraft at the Paris Air Show
An Inspector Calls: Noisy neighbours, drab food and terrible service on a sorry night's stay at The Swan House in Beccles, Suffolk
It began with a broken window and finished with a discussion about taking items off the bill. All in all, our hotel inspector did not much enjoy his stay at The Swan House in Suffolk. Nul points!
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An Inspector Calls: An awful night at The Swan House, Beccles, Suffolk
British tourist detained in Malta after local couple 'spotted her wearing their clothes' following theft of suitcase at airport
Shannon-Leigh Williams, 19, from Portsmouth, claims it was a mistake as she thought the bag was hers. CCTV footage revealed the moment the bag was stolen, said prosecutors.
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British tourist detained in Malta after alleged theft of suitcase
Light at the end of the tunnel! Incredible drone footage captures sneak-peek of the COMPLETED 26-mile London Crossrail
A drone has captured incredible sneak-peek footage of the recently finished Crossrail tunnels that intricately weave between existing Underground lines beneath London. The tunnels measure 130ft in length and will transport commuters 26 miles all the way from Reading, Berkshire in the west to Shenfield, Essex in the east.
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Incredible drone footage captures sneak-peek of completed Crossrail
No ball and chain here! Denmark spends 拢41m sending criminal youths on Caribbean cruises in a bid to rehabilitate them
Over 26 Danish municipalities have opted to send 59 young criminal offenders and drug users on rehabilitative Caribbean boat cruises over the last 5 years - at a cost of 42 million kroner.
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Denmark spends millions sending criminal youths on Caribbean cruises
Would you try elephant dung coffee? Luxury Thailand hotel serves up distinctive brew using beans collected from droppings
In Chiang Saen, a remote corner of Thailand bordering Myanmar and Laos, a luxury hotel is serving up elephant dung coffee.
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Thai hotel serves up coffee using beans collected from elephant poo
Don't be shellfish! German shepherd Sami desperately tries to stop her lobster pal going into the pot for family dinner
Video shows the heart-warming moment a German Shepherd in New Hampshire refused to let her owners cook a lobster they wanted for dinner, by covering it with her paws and head.
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German shepherd protects her lobster pal intended for family dinner聽
From $200,000 for Big Ben to $1 BILLION for the pyramids: Infographic shows what it would cost to build the world's most famous landmarks in today's money
In 2015 it would cost an estimated $1bn (拢650million) to build Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza, with the price of limestone alone coming in at $776million (拢500million).
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What it would cost to build the world's most famous landmarks today
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Don't wear camouflage in Barbados, avoid talking about sex in Kenya, and never whistle at night in Thailand: Infographic reveals how to keep out of trouble abroad
No wonder there's no room in the overhead bin! Holidaymakers cram 拢1,000 worth of gadgets in their hand luggage... but only 34% of us actually use the devices abroad
Welcome to the most surreal place on Earth: Salvation Mountain is a massive folk art sculpture in the middle of the Colorado Desert... adorned with 500,000 GALLONS of paint
'Ready-made paradise' for sale: Private Caribbean island comes with an airstrip and super-yacht friendly deep-water harbour - but it will cost you a cool 拢90million
It's not just China that's faking tourist attractions! Cambodian government tries to block plans for massive 'copy' of Angkor Wat temple in India
Make it a grape escape! Round-the-world tour of iconic vineyards takes wine enthusiasts to five continents over six weeks... but it will set you back 拢80,000
Horror as 'Cage of Death' gets stuck above saltwater crocodile and tourist has to be CUT OUT by staff using a drill
Watch your step! The 'devil' leaps over one-year-old babies in Spanish festival to 'cleanse them of evil spirits'
Britain's forgotten relics: Book reveals over 250 breathtaking hidden wonders from abandoned castles to crumbling follies that are right on our doorstep but often overlooked
It's Scilly Season - and we wouldn't have it any other way: An escape to that incredible archipelago at the far end of Cornwall's toe
A converted medieval jail, the former courthouse where Dickens wrote his famed tales and the site of Sweden's last execution: Inside the stunning hotels... that were once PRISONS
Turkey at its most tantalising: Lost Greek towns, cave houses and magical massages on a walking holiday along the Lycian Way
Paradise found! TripAdvisor discovers the best hotel in the world - a slice of heaven (with its own butler service) perched on a tiny coral island in the Maldives
Pretty in pink: Mesmerising hues of Martian-like salt water lake in Ukraine captured in series of stunning photographs
Just when you thought they couldn't get any smaller... Boeing announces plans to shrink toilet space to fit another 14 seats in their best-selling aircraft
All hands on deck off the coast of Croatia: The beauty of the Balkans on a family sailing holiday (skipper thankfully included)
'We were not sure we would make it': Terrified passengers prayed out loud and fainted as plane 'shook and spewed smoke' on domestic flight in Nigeria
Flybe passenger plane came within 300 FEET of colliding with glider because faulty radar failed to notify pilot
Flight Nine and Three Quarters is now boarding! Severus Snape is alive... and has a new job helping muggles board American Airlines planes
An Inspector Calls: Noisy neighbours, drab food and terrible service on a sorry night's stay at The Swan House in Beccles, Suffolk
Meet the real-life Indiana Jane: American adventurer spends her life in dangerous jungles and uncharted wildernesses... and has even kissed a cobra along the way
Now THAT'S chilling footage! American snowboarder films himself trapped inside icy blue crevasse in French Alps after plunging 50 FEET
It really IS a bird's-eye-view! GoPro camera captures seagulls fighting over it and the view from the air as victorious bird takes off
Mesmerising time-lapse video filmed from the cockpit shows what it's actually like to fly a passenger jet
Don't be shellfish! German shepherd Sami desperately tries to stop her lobster pal going into the pot for family dinner
Caught on camera: Moment 'drunk' passenger is dragged off Thomson flight with hands bound after 'threatening to start mass brawl' at 35,000ft
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