This week I’ve found some quite interesting travel related posts or articles and have picked out some of my favorites of them to boost some readers to them.

  1. The edible hotel room in New York. How about booking into a yummy chocolate designed suite? Run to the Byrant Park Hotel! The room has a chocolate inspired dining table and a chocolate wall made with more than 10,000 confections!

    I might need to ask for more towels though, because of all the drooling… *giggles*

    Read more at: BBC News

  2. Bikinis Rules at Mexican Airline. The discount Mexican airline VivaAerobus have been influenced by Ryanairs earlier Calendar, but with cheesecake shots of attractive female flight attendants. Now airlines has started to use sex to sell.

    I suspect we might see more of this now during the crisis, the competition about the travelers are going to get tough!

    Read more at: MaxaBlog

  3. Craziest party hostels around the world. Top list of the 20 craziest (or more fun?), whether or not you want to go there – or to avoid going there.

    I do wonder about Wombats in Berlin though. If it’s like Wombats in Vienna, the partying does not disturb you IF the partying is mostly going on in the Wombar. We slept very well – when we wanted to sleep…

    Read more at: Matador Nights

  4. How to avoid getting the flu. Adventure Doc gives tips how to protect yourself during flu season, especially for us travelers. One repeated advice: Wash your hands! There are also some other great advices, including book tips.

    Read more at: Matador Life

  5. How To Backpack. A complete, very impressive and useful backpacking – hiking and trekking – guide. The best one I’ve ever seen so far! Great advices mixed up with illustrations.

    Read more at: Google Knol

  6. Ten Innovative camping products. My favorite products are: The Cocoon, top-of-the-range cross between a tent and sleeping bag, a solar powered tent and the Respite: A cross between a hammock and a tent.

    I wanna see more inventions like these ones, might even get me camping. Really useful and comfortable!

    Read more at: Camping Tourist

  7. Five star hotel airplane. The A380 is the ultimate in luxury. It has three decks: the top two for passengers and the lower one available for a medical centre, shopping or a fast-food franchise. The aircraft has features like spas, casinos, gyms, bedrooms, and duty-free shops.

    I’m not sure I like the mention of Titanic though…. *giggles*

    Read more at: Wheels Mania

  8. The worlds best job. Everyone is talking about it and many is applying for it:

    Caretaker of the Islands of the Great Barrier Reef. One of the main duties are to report back to Tourism Queensland as well as the rest of the world what’s going on at the Islands of the Great Barrier Reef.

    Who wouldn’t love that job…?

    Read more at: Island Reef Job

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5 Comments on “8 Unique Travel Posts Boosts”

    Hootin' Anni said:

    I haven’t seen you around Blogworld….just wondering how you’re doing! Hope all is well in your life, Captain.

    RennyBA said:

    I wonder when SAS will take their costumer seriously and adjust to global competition – e.g. regarding #2 :roll:

    RennyBAs last blog post..Geir Skeie from Norway World Chef Champion 2009

    Mark H said:

    Some great finds. The backpacking article is the most complete I have seen and the Barrier Reef job has been one of the great advertising efforts of its time. The coverage that this job has got will more than pay for the salary.

    Mark Hs last blog post..Top Ten Hidden Travel Wonders of Paris – Part Two

    Ling said:

    That A380 shouldn’t be allowed to take off. As it is, a simple flight ends up burning so much fuel. Wonder how much extra fuel a jumbo like the A380 would need, with all that weight? People are buying carbon credits to compensate for emissi0ons, and the airlines all need to do their part too. Bringing out planes like this monster doesn’t help in any way.

    Puss in Boots said:

    How are you and Mr Lifecruiser feeling, now? A lot better I hope. That job on one of the islands in the Whitsundays is paying phenomenal money and the last I heard, they had 2,000 job applications in one day. That has to be a record of some sort.

    Puss in Bootss last blog post..I’ve been honoured with another award

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