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Travel Nightmares, World Cup, Jean-Luc Godard

TRAVEL NEWS STUFF

Today, around 4,000 people still live on floating reed islands on Lake Titicaca in Peru. Photograph courtesy of Alex Brouwer.

I HAVEN’T BEEN EVERYWHERE, BUT IT’S ON MY LIST. – Susan Sontag

Nearly Half of Americans Believe Their Health Insurance Would Cover Them if They Got Sick or Hurt on International Vacation — But It’s Not That Simple – ValuePenguin

10 Helpful Tips to Find Cheap Thanksgiving Flights – Johnny Jet

Travel Nightmares: Travel Lessons Learned – T-Boy Society of Film & Music

How to Block the Airline Seat Next to You – Condé Nast Traveler

How To Get An Upgrade to First Class – Stasher Blog

The Real Reason Flight Attendants Don’t Want to Help You Stow Your Luggage – Traveling Boy

ENTERTAINMENT STUFF

Photograph taken from “Lake Garda: Poetry in Motion” by Tom Weber.

WHAT COUNTS IN MAKING A HAPPY MARRIAGE IS NOT SO MUCH HOW COMPATIBLE YOU ARE BUT HOW YOU DEAL WITH INCOMPATIBILITY. – Leo Tolstoy

World Cup Coverage – Reuters News Agency – Reuters

Halloween 2020 Eclectic News Articles – Traveling Boy

Remembering film legend Jean-Luc Godard. Dec. 3 1930 – Sept. 13 2022.

The Film Comment Podcast – Remembering Godard, with Richard Brody and Blair McClendon – Google

Tickets Are Now on Sale for the 2022 New Yorker Festival – The New Yorker

Adventure in Motion 2022: Announcing Category Winners – Adventure Travel News

GOOD TO KNOW STUFF

The Netherland’s Keukenhof Gardens features more than seven million flower bulbs, which are planted each year. Photograph courtesy of Ed Boitano.

HOW CAN ANYONE GOVERN A NATION THAT HAS TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIX DIFFERENT KINDS OF CHEESE? – Charles De Gaulle

How Gen Z Uses Emoji: A Guide For Millennials – Dictionary.com
Why We Wear Black to Mourn – The Atlantic
Why Hurricanes Have Names – History
Hurricane season 2022 gets weird, thanks to climate change – Grid.news
How Many Category 5 Storms Have Hit the US? – History
Can Organizations Evolve Like Nature? – Kathleen Allen

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