Those who have a thirst for adventures would absolutely love the Troll Hunt at The Morton Arboretum. The wooden creatures were created by Danish artist Thomas Dambo to carry an important environmental message.
Budget airline Ryanair predicts that over 100,000 of its passengers in Spain, Portugal, and Belgium will be affected by the staff’s two-day strike. Passengers have been offered full refunds, re-accommodation, and alternative flights.
Londoners can finally get a glimpse of the adventure that awaits them in the mountains of United Arab Emirates. To increase its visitors, the world’s longest zipline will give people a taste of the experience through augmented reality goggles.
Starbucks is taking a step forward into making its store inclusive for people hard-of-hearing and deaf people. The chain is opening its first deaf-friendly store in Washington, which will hire at least 20 staff fluent in ASL.
People in New Orleans have something new to look forward to. Famous for building distinctive boutique hotels, Ace Hotels is bringing its brand to the city with its Maison de la Luz. The luxury hotel will open next year.
Good news await riders of Lyft as the company announced huge discounts for multi-modal riders. After buying Motivate, a bike-sharing network, Lyft is taking steps to make the company an all-in-one transportation service.
Those who have a thirst for adventure would absolutely love to see sharks in their natural habitat. Seeing the feared animal in the open ocean not only warrants an adventure of a lifetime, but also an understanding of their species.
Adventurers have not lived fully until they have tried the absolutely ridiculous sport of watermelon skiing. The wacky event, which started in the watermelon capital of Australia, is finally getting its much-deserved attention.
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