Destination Wrap: BridgeClimb’s ‘Karaoke Climb’ is back, Scotland’s Sydney supper + MORE!
Do you consider yourself the karaoke king and/or enjoy wearing a kilt? If so, this week’s Destination Wrap will be right up your alley.
Airline denies it is shutting down despite issuing closure notice
Travel Weekly has tried its best to make sense of this totally bonkers story, but we can’t promise you’ll be able to comprehend it after reading.
Road & Rail
Road & Rail Wrap: UK railway strike to last over Christmas, Newcastle’s new shuttle to connect aiport and Hunter Valley + MORE!
Travel Weekly’s editor skipped cycling to work this week in favour of taking Sydney’s light rail, but arrived at the office three hours late after realising it’s still not up and running.
Destination Wrap: Canada and Colorado welcome ski seasons, Central Japan’s new attractions + MORE!
Ready to provoke a severe case of FOMO? Pass this week’s Destination Wrap on to your colleagues and nemeses for maximum effect.
Destination Wrap: Venice’s new tourist tax, Tokyo hit by typhoon, California bans mini-hotel shampoo bottles + MORE!
Our favourite part of Monday morning is putting together this delightful wrap up of destination news for our faithful readers. Just kidding! We don’t like anything about Mondays.
Destination wrap: Los Cabos Tourism’s dual famils, Destination DC’s epic activation + MORE
This destination wrap is proudly brought to you by Travel Weekly’s editor, who is now onto his seventh double-shot espresso for the day.
Taiwan Tourism opens Australian visitor information centre
Taiwan Tourism has opened a visitor info centre, while Travel Weekly’s editor has cracked a cold one in the hope that the hair of the dog will cure his epic Women in Travel Awards hangover.
Qantas to refer to Taiwan as territory following China row
Meanwhile, we will now be referring to Tuesdays as chocolate day to try and encourage the universe to send sweet treats our way. It’s not working.
Tourists trapped in Taiwanese hotel after severe earthquake
Tourists are currently trapped in a hotel in Taiwan after a major earthquake struck the country on Tuesday night.
Hotel Review: Promisedland Resort & Lagoon, Taiwan
by Lauren Croft
Considering the dreary Sydney weather today, this stunning hotel review is a sight for sore eyes. Eye drops also help sore eyes.
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