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Are You an Annoying Traveler?

We all know the type (and maybe you’re one of them. Hell, we’ve been one of them too). The cringe-inducing, intolerable, mind-bendingly infuriating …

6 personalities in every office - and how to manage them

The best managers create productive and engaging work environments for team members. That’s why, according to Gallup’s recent State of the American Manager: Analytics and Advice for Leaders report, managers account for 70 percent of the variance in employee engagement. In other words, good managers …

Employee Engagement

Extreme architecture photos: 13 buildings that seem to defy gravity Style

14 untranslatable words turned into beautiful illustrations

Cafuné – the act of tenderly running fingers through someone’s hair<p>Brazilian-Portuguese: For the third time in my life, I’m caught in a daze, I …

Airfare: From LAX, Virgin offers $217 fare to Chicago until next spring

Here's a round-trip Virgin America fare that puts Chicago within easy reach: The ticket is just $217, including all taxes and fees.<p>It is subject to availability, and at this price, tickets will go fast.<p>There is no minimum stay. It is for travel any day of the week from Aug. 29 through May. Note …

Sasquatch has been spotted in Canada. No, really.

Sasquatch, the feared hairy beast that supposedly roams the mountains of North America, has been spotted in Whistler, Canada.<p>Pictures show that the monster looks suspiciously like a zip-line.<p>In fact, it is a zip-line -- the Sasquatch zip-line. Soon it will bridge two mountains in Whistler.<p>At 7,000 …

No Instagram, no Twitter, no Facebook — there's basically NO internet in Cuba

Business Insider recently sent three reporters to Havana, Cuba to experience the city as tourists. While there we met a young Havana resident who was willing to be candidly interviewed about the state of the internet and technology in Cuba.<p>We'll have lots of stories about our adventures on the …

Cuba

Air France Tries to Reassure Workers That 3,000 of Them Won't Be Fired

Air France said it remains in negotiations with employees about cutting costs, denying a report that it will slash an additional 3,000 positions, …

British Airways

We asked what travel means to you. The responses were truly beautiful.

We at Matador wanted to know how you, our readers, would complete the quote: “To travel is to ______.” So we went ahead and asked, and received a ton …

Why Chef Marcus Samuelsson Is Happiest Dining on Chicken Stew and Sipping a Beer Cocktail

At a glorious sunset gathering of legendary chefs this weekend at the <i>Food & Wine</i> Classic in Aspen, we asked super chef Marcus Samuelsson of Red …

First Look: The New andBeyond Benguerra Island is Pretty Dreamy

Mozambique’s buzzy Bazaruto archipelago is red-hot these days, with properties like Azura Benguerra Island and Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa …

12 things you didn’t know about the running of the bulls

1. You have to wear the uniform. You want to wear the uniform.<p>It’s not really a uniform, but everyone, and I mean everyone, wears white pants, white …

This astronaut's story about living in space for 166 days just blew our minds

Canadian astronaut and best-selling author Chris Hadfield talks about the hardest part about being an astronaut and spending 166 days living in space.

The Ugly Ethics of Travel: Finding Compassion in the Face of Poverty

One issue that keeps popping up for me both at home and in each country I visit is ethics. In Greece, it's often been on the forefront of my mind.<p>(The following post was written by THINK Global School student Madeline S. and first appeared on her blog Madcli.)<p>One issue that keeps popping up for me …

Walking Tours

Travel Brands Love That Same-Sex Marriage is Now Law of the Land

The U.S. Supreme Court made history today by ruling that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right, effectively legalizing it in all 50 states.<p>Many …

Meet the nomadic photographer who has been road-tripping with her dog around the US for the past 7 years

"Ever since I can remember, I have been independent and curious," Turner told Business Insider. "Being on the open road is a feeling I can't get anywhere else. It's a feeling of freedom," Turner said.<p>"The first year is the hardest — if you get through that and want to continue, then the road is for …

20 gorgeous natural wonders around the world

Places that receive the iconic UNESCO seal are chosen based on their cultural significance, their standing as a natural wonder, or both.<p>From the Rock Sites of Cappadocia, Turkey, made entirely from volcanic erosions, to Africa's Namib Sand Sea, the world's only coastal desert, here are 20 …

17 signs you were born and raised in Dubai

1.You don’t bat an eyelid at the fanciest cars.<p>Lamborghini, Maserati, Ferrari and Rolls Royce — you grew up seeing these fancy cars cruise along in …

This Girl Walked Through Fire So We Can Get Jeans for $9

The evening light is fading as Kala Begum carries her 16-year-old daughter out of their tiny tenement room and down the alley. It’s been another long …

5 Experiences That Will Change the Way You See New Orleans

Times change, people change - even tradition-bound New Orleans changes. Everywhere you go in the Crescent City these days, it seems like something new is going on.<p>Times change, people change - even tradition-bound New Orleans changes. Everywhere you go in the Crescent City these days, it seems like …

New Orleans

An Ex-Boeing Repairman Shares the Causes Behind All of Those Airplane Noises

The airplane question to end all airplane questions was risen earlier this month on Quora. It reads: "What is a legitimate cause for worry when …

Step inside the Catacombs, Paris’ most bizarre tourist attraction

Hidden beneath the vibrant European city of Paris is an eerie network of old caves and tunnels housing the remains of 6 million people: the Catacombes de Paris.<p>They were used by the French Resistance to hide from Nazis in World War II, and ironically, by the Nazis to built an underground bunker.<p>In …

How Much Would You Pay for A Good Night’s Sleep?

At 17 hotels and spas in North America, these scientifically based sleep programs—from a $15 nap soundtrack to a $335 two-day retreat—are the best …

A Drinking Guide to the Dominican Republic from the Youngest Rum Master in the World

A scion of the rum powerhouse Brugal tells us where to tip back in the D.R.<p>Just 29 years old, Jassil Villanueva Quintana is the youngest <i>Maestros</i> …

The Insider’s Guide to L.A.’s Downtown Arts District

Our guide of where to go, what to eat and what to see in the hip DTLA arts district.<p>District by district, Downtown L.A. is going through a rebirth, …

How a Tool Bag Became My Favorite Weekender

Call it a love story.<p>Perhaps it’s my fondness for accessories or maybe it’s my affinity for organization, but there’s a satisfaction I feel—an …

The best tour companies for solo travel

And for good reason— it allows you much more freedom and a greater opportunity to connect with locals.<p>According to the 2015 Visa Global Travel Intentions study, which surveyed over 13,000 travelers from 25 different countries, 24% of travelers traveled alone on their most recent leisure trip. …

Google’s new vertical street view lets you climb Yosemite from your couch

On Wednesday, Google unleashed an exciting new project for extreme sports nuts and nature enthusiasts alike: vertical street view. And what better …

The Immigration Officer of the Future is an Eye-Scanning Robot

Thales unveiled a new prototype for biometric-based border control at the Paris Air Show last week.<p>Could robot immigration officers take some of the …

3 Stylish Suitcases to Buy Now

T+L’s favorite of-the-moment luggage—in whatever size you need.<p>Large<p><b>Rimowa</b>’s spacious 29-inch Bossa Nova <i>($1,495)</i> protects belongings with its padded …