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16 serene Swakopmund stays

This seaside town has oodles of German charm, palm trees and miles of desert backing it, plus it’s a fantastic central base from which to explore …

Hospitality

Stunning shipping container home can be yours for $125k

Architect and builder Ty Kelly wanted to disconnect from the stresses of city life in Seattle – so he built an incredible shipping container home …

Shipping Containers

Professional photographers explain why they shoot Panasonic Lumix

Being a professional photographer used to mean carrying around heavy SLRs and medium-format camera, tripods and cumbersome accessories. As cameras …

How to Update One Plus 5 to Android 8.0 Oreo Beta .

If you aren't pleased with Your Old SAMSUNG Galaxy J3 - SM-J320F Firmware , then you must install the latest September J320FXXU0API2 Update [Enhanced …

The 'world's most useless airport' has officially opened in Britain

As the inaugural plane from Johannesburg touched down on the forbidding volcanic outcrop in the middle of the south Atlantic, the travel and history buffs on board clapped and cheered.<p>"I've never felt so emotional in all my life," said Libby Weir-Breen, a British travel operator who has been …

Airplanes

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Here are NASA’s new astronauts and – oh god, say that’s not a selfie stick

Earlier this week, NASA held a big event to introduce the world to its newest class of astronaut candidates. The group, which will now begin some …

How One Man’s Swim In Antarctic Waters Convinced The Russians To Save The Whales

British polar swimmer Lewis Pugh won over Russia to help secure a huge new marine reserve off the coast of Antarctica.<p>After four years of failed votes, more than two dozen countries have unanimously agreed to create a marine wildlife sanctuary in Antarctica’s Ross Sea, home to hundreds of species …