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Above: 9M-MRO, the aircraft involved
A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER has disappeared over where the Gulf of Thailand becomes the South China Sea, and neither the airline nor authorities are sure of its whereabouts or fate.
Flight MH370 left Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at 12:41am local time Saturday and disappeared at 2:40am. It was meant to land in Beijing at 6:30am local time but, as we write this, it is already past 10am without any sign of the aircraft. The last radio contact and position on FlightRadar24 shows it traveling on course at 35,000 feet.
Malaysia Airlines hosted a press conference to confirm that there is a search and rescue operation underway. Fuad Sharuji, Malaysia Airlines VP of Operations, on CNN’s AC360, states the only definite: “at the moment we have no idea where this aircraft is right now.”
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This weekend Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, opens in theaters, but this one resort you can’t actually check into.
The movie is set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka in the 1930s and, true to Anderson’s style, takes viewers along on a whimsical caper involving a stolen painting and a group of wealthy Zubrowkans.
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Travel photography incorporates many genres inside it, like landscape, architecture, street photography and portraiture, so a number of best skills & techniques need to be mastered to be able to tell the entire story of travel.
Photography is the most important part of your travel. So prior to going on your holiday, wherever it is, make sure to go throw some essential travel photography tips, with crucial information on everything from packing towards the best camera settings for your destination. Travel photography incorporates many genres within it, like landscape, architecture, street photography and portraiture, so a variety of skills need to be mastered to be able to tell the full story. Good travel photography not only observes, but engages with the people of the countries visited but successful travel photography starts a long time before the trip itself. As with many things in everyday life, good planning increases the chances of a positive outcome. Your choice of where to go so when, as well as what to take, will to a great extent dictate the outcomes you’ll get.
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The EcoAdventure Media group was invited to send several of our members to Costa Rica. There, EcoAdventure Media travel bloggers explored both the remarkable sustainable travel practices engaged in by most of the country, and the happy, welcoming culture of the country. Michael Turtle, i.e. Time Travel Turtle of the EcoAdventure Media group enjoyed Costa Rica cultural travel as much as he did the ecotourism element of his trip.
Sometimes you can’t see the forest for the trees. In Costa Rica, this is often the case.
It’s very easy to look at the big picture of the country – the beaches, the national parks, and the wildlife. These are the things we hear about when the country is mentioned. It’s why it has become such a popular tourist destination and why it holds such a prestigious position in the ecotourism world.
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Neil Patrick Harris and his partner David Burtka were spotted arriving at JFK Airport on Tuesday but this wasn’t just another flight from LAX, it officially marked their cross-country move.
Earlier that day Neil tweeted, “I’m officially heading East. My wonderful west coast days are done. #goodtimes.”
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It’s the moment we’ve been waiting for forever. Well, actually only since last October but still, we’re crazy excited to see Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel”, which hits theaters in the states tomorrow.
The inspiration for the film has not been revealed, yet there’s only one hotel in Budapest that could be a real contender–The Corinthia Hotel Budapest which was formerly known as the Grand Hotel Royal when it opened in 1896 and actually sports a similar facade to the fictional Grand Budapest Hotel. And naturally, the Corinthia is capitalizing on the similarities with a “Behind the Scenes’ package.
The three-night stay includes a tour at the hotel, learning about the role it played in Hungarian film industry (it used to house a cinema), a walking tour of the city’s most famous movie set locations, a day cruise on the Danube along with a VIP Grand Budapest movie screening from March 20 to April 9. Breakfast for two is also included. The package stars at a total of $ 1,150 for two people including buffet breakfast and is valid from March 20 to December 25th.