The family of five flying around the world in a tiny plane

The Porter family, set off on board their Gippsaero GA8 AirVan, a modern aircraft manufactured in Australia, from Vancouver, British Columbia last June and have "been basically traveling every day since."

This Weirdly Long Montreal Mansion Costs $12 Million & Looks Like A Mutant Cottage

It's just so horizontally gifted!

14 Ancient Ruins That Are The Oldest In The World

From the petroglyphs of the Burrup Peninsula to the stone artifacts at the Theopatra Cave, these ancient ruins are some of the oldest in the world.

Israel passes first hurdle for US visa waiver with 3% or less refusal rate

Israel has passed its most important hurdle for eligibility for the US visa waiver program and has hit the 3% or less mark when its comes to the American refusal of its requests for non-immigrant visas. The United States released the 3% figure when it published its global list of visa refusal rates on Monday morning. It issued a cautionary note to ...

Black bear discovers trail cam and takes 400 'selfies'

A curious black bear discovered a motion-detecting trail cam in the Boulder, Colorado wilderness and took 400 'selfies' with it. The photos were shared on social media on January 24.

Where Ontario Gets its Name From and More Interesting Canada Facts

More than just mountains and moose, Canada is a fascinating country.

50 strange laws in other countries

Stacker explores strange laws in popular countries.

Stallion Enjoys Having His Nostrils Massaged

Occurred on December 5, 2022 / Napa, California, USA: "Beautiful stallion in Napa, CA prefers to have his nostrils massaged."

Plectrum: hydrogen superyacht, measuring 74 meters and flying over the water at 140 Km/h

It's called Plectrum the latest luxury yacht designed by the Italian design studio Lazzarini. 74 meters long, it is designed to be the fastest in its category thanks to a system equal to that of a hydrofoil. The inspiration comes from the catamarans of the America's Cup but instead of being pushed by the wind, "Plectrum" moves and rises above the surface of the water before leaving. Plectrum is very powerful with three hydrogen-powered engines of 5000 hp each that allow it to reach a maximum speed of 75 knots (140 km / h). The construction is entirely made of carbon fiber composite materials.

Vendor hurls ice cream 20ft into air and catches in cone

A talented ice cream seller in Bangkok, Thailand has a unique trick he uses to outshine his street food rivals. Footage from January 14 shows Lung-Som, 77, hurling balls of ice cream 20ft into the air and catching them in a cone, a skill which has now become his trademark.

Snowboarder unknowingly stumbles upon bear in tree

Well that was beary scary! Close call! Credit/Instagram:@peternmot and @nashhhy

A Brief History of Windsor Castle, the World's Longest-Occupied Palace

Season 5 of The Crown depicts the fire that almost completely destroyed the nearly 1,000-year-old British royal residence.

West Hollywood’s Haute Cannabis Hangouts

West Hollywood has become a nexus for high-end weed shops thanks partly to a welcoming city government. Here are three of the city’s top pot spots, including the only two consumption lounges in the L.A. area: THE ARTIST TREE A cannabis retail, delivery service, art gallery and smoking lounge, The Artist Tree offers edible dining

Watch a Plane's Door Rip Open During a Horrifying Commercial Flight

Thankfully, nobody died. But that probably shouldn't have happened.

I visited the world's largest open-air shopping mall in Hawaii. Take a look inside the 2.4-million-square-foot space.

Located in Oahu, the Ala Moana Center has four floors, over 350 stores, more than 160 eateries, live entertainment, and views of the harbor.

10 Places to See Before They Disappear

Several of your dream destinations are in danger of disappearing... The post 10 Places to See Before They Disappear appeared first on Reader's Digest Canada.

I visited the Royal Yacht Britannia, the royal family's luxurious private cruise ship known as a 'floating palace.' Take a look inside.

The Royal Yacht Britannia was the royal family's private yacht from 1953 to 1997. The luxurious cruise ship is now a public museum.

Empire State Building confuses everyone with bizarre move

The Empire State Building left sports fans confused with a bizarre move they pulled on Sunday.

Bizarre discoveries in the most unexpected places

Many fascinating discoveries have been made throughout the years. But sometimes these can be truly puzzling, especially when they're made in unlikely locations. Browse through this gallery and get to know some really weird things found in the most unexpected of places.

Cemeteries of the Stars: The Final Resting Places Of Famous People

Cemeteries and graves aren't always somber spots, they can also offer the chance to reflect on the famous names who have shaped history around the world.

These are the most expensive neighborhoods in the world

The Coolest Lord of The Rings Facts

Are any of those guys really hobbit-sized?

13 Disney World Opening Day Attractions That Are Still There

A lot of Magic Kingdom looks the same as it did 50 years ago.

9 Incredible National Parks Where You Won't See a Crowd

Here are nine of the least-visited national parks you’re going to want to visit. Enjoy history and nature without all the people!

LastPass Customers Need to Change All of Their Passwords

If you use Last Pass, it's time to find a different password manager after the latest data breach.

Do You Recognize The Most Famous Film Location From Your State?

Find the most famous filming location in every state, plus some fascinating facts movie buffs are sure to enjoy.

An Alabama Airport Worker Died After Being Sucked Into a Jet Engine

Death by ingestion is uncommon, but not unprecedented.

Tourism is roaring back in China. But the $6 trillion consumer market is digging itself out of a deep slump

China's consumption recovery from zero-Covid is getting off to a solid start – after a depressing fourth quarter.

Most Affordable Cities in the US To Move To Now

You don’t have to spend over half your salary on rent to live in an exciting city filled with excellent dining, nightlife, and cultural attractions.

I Ate Everything On Rainforest Cafe's Menu And Barely Made It Out Alive

This is a truly bizarre place to visit at least once. It's taken the Julia Tries Everything crew four years to make it to the quintessential '90s rainforest-themed restaurant Rainforest Cafe. We promise it was worth the wait. With only 23 locations worldwide, it's an endangered species of its own. Luckily we found one just outside NYC at Menlo Park Mall in New Jersey. We've been to several themed restaurants over the years (we'll never forget Margaritaville), but nothing could prepare us for the fully immersive experience that Rainforest Cafe brings. There's rain, fog, thunderstorms, elephants (animatronic), gorillas (also animatronic), and iconic bar stools mimicking safari animals' behinds. Known as part adventure, part restaurant, I can confirm it's a truly wild place to visit at least once. Here are the 10 best things I tried. But first, some top-line questions: What is Rainforest Cafe known for?The restaurant was originally known for having live animals in the dining room. These days, you will no longer have parrots swooping across your plate. Do you get to keep the cups?Depends. For most of the cocktails on the menu, yes, you can take the glass home. How often does the show happen?Our location promised a thunderstorm show every 19 minutes. We've been told you can convince your server to activate the thunderstorm for special occasions if you ask very nicely.

Boeing's 747, the original jumbo jet, prepares for final send-off

By Valerie Insinna and Tim Hepher SEATTLE/PARIS (Reuters) -Boeing's 747, the original and arguably most aesthetic "Jumbo Jet", revolutionized air travel only to see its more than five-decade reign as "Queen of the Skies" ended by more efficient twinjet planes. The last commercial Boeing jumbo will be delivered to Atlas Air in the surviving freighter version on Tuesday, 53 years after the 747's

I Met Pelé in a Drab Midtown Hotel Room. It Was Like Meeting the Pope at the Vatican.

The world-conquering footballer and magnetic statesman has died at 82 years old.

The mysteries surrounding the Bermuda Triangle

The waters surrounding the British territory of Bermuda have claimed the lives of over 1,000 individuals. Many ships and planes have inexplicably disappeared in the area between Bermuda and Miami, and many pilots have told stories of their compasses going haywire. The mysterious disappearances and bizarre stories have given rise to numerous conspiracy theories and a general eeriness surrounding the Bermuda Triangle. Click through the following gallery to discover some of the most intriguing unexplained mysteries from the island and its waters.

24 Rare Photos of Celebrities Inside L.A.'s Infamous Viper Room

Few photographers were allowed inside, but the pictures that were taken offer a glimpse of some wild times in the 1990s and early 2000s.

Here are the top 19 countries that the US State Department says aren't safe for American citizens to travel to

Countries deemed too dangerous for travel by the State Department are known for civil unrest, terrorist activity, and kidnappings.

Hope defeats despair in sisters' journey to the US

20 Best Places to Visit in March

From dreamy to adventurous, these top travel destinations are ready to be explored. Now that most of the country is thawing out in time for spring, it’s the perfect opportunity to get your luggage and carry-on bags ready and take a much-needed vacation. On the cusp of a new season, March is virtually synonymous with renewal and rejuvenation. Additionally, spring is symbolic of optimism and change. So, what better way to initiate inspiring fresh starts than by booking a trip this month? Plus, since it’s still early in the year, you probably have plenty of PTO just waiting to be used. With ample time and the world at your fingertips, it can be a challenge narrowing down where on the globe you want to go, but don’t fret. We’ve done the work for you and compiled some of the best places to travel to in March 2023. Travel preferences vary, so we’ve considered destinations that are sure to suit just about every traveler’s taste and lifestyle. From family-friendly spring break destinations in Florida to relaxing mountainside escapes in Switzerland, we’ve rounded up some of the best domestic and international travel ideas. Whether you prefer staying in the U.S. or want to broaden your horizons abroad, this list will provide suitable options. Depending on what time of the month you travel, you may find lower airfare and lodging rates. For example, if you opt for earlier in the month when weather can still be chilly, prices are likely to be less expensive than if you travel later in the month when temperatures start to warm up in many parts of the country. No matter where you land, keep in mind that peak travel times are only a couple of months away so take full advantage of deals while you can and plan accordingly. Let this list be your personal travel guide to finding the best places to explore and unwind this March. And for more recommendations, be sure to check out Good Housekeeping's Family Travel Awards.

Great New York City Movies

We have put together a list of movies almost as big as the city itself.

This Map Shows The Fascinating Origins Of Montreal's Many Place Names & Some Of Them Are Wild

THAT'S why it's called Lachine?!

29 Mardi Gras Appetizers To Get The Good Times Rolling

Oui, cher.

The world's scariest hairpin roads

Some of the most attractive roads in the world are also among the most notorious for their hairpin bends, serpentine routes, and sheer-drop views. In fact, it takes a steady hand and nerves of steel to negotiate these perilous switchback highways. Click through and go round the bend following the scariest hairpin roads in the world.

Charming American Towns Worth Taking a Road Trip to Visit

Hit the roads less traveled.

10 typical breakfasts in the world: have you ever tried them?

Breakfast is undoubtedly an important meal and each country has its typical breakfast to enjoy. Some are known, such as the classic croissant to be enjoyed in France or eggs and bacon inevitable in the United States. But what are other breakfasts to discover around the world? There are so many! Today we bring you our selection of breakfasts that should be tried at least once in your life. Maybe you've already tried some? Browse the gallery to discover the 10 typical breakfasts of the world to try.

The 8 Best Road Trips From Austin

Adventure is calling on the road less traveled by.

I visited the Guy Fieri restaurant that's on every Carnival cruise, and it was a far cry from an average fast-food meal

Guy's Burger Joint, a collab between the cruise line and the Food Network star, has a small menu that reminded me of "Diner's, Drive-Ins, and Dives."

All the Rules You Never Knew Restaurants Have to Follow on 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'

First rule of Flavortown? Don't say the word "Flavortown" on camera. Since 2006, we've watched Guy Fieri travel coast to coast visiting some of the country's greatest establishments for Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. It's one of the biggest shows on the Food Network, and with over 648 episodes and counting, it doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon. But what does it take to become a Triple D-featured spot and how does it all work? Both Fieri and producers have spilled behind-the-scenes secrets about the show throughout its 42 seasons—from who picks the restaurants to how you can tell if the host really likes a dish to what happens to these eateries after the cameras leave (spoiler: a little thing called the Triple D Effect!). Keep reading to learn about all things Flavortown and find out what really happens when Fieri rolls into your town.

Around The World In 60 Cities: Gorgeous Cities to Visit

From colorful old towns to sleek modern skylines, take a virtual tour of the most beautiful cities in the world.

The World's 19 Most Beautiful Historic Castles

They're literally fit for kings.

7 Florida Cities That Could Be Headed For a Housing Crisis

Florida seems to be a state that people are always flocking to and never leaving, with its temperate weather, great beaches and lots of excellent attractions. However, even Florida is feeling the...

I traveled in first and business class on trains across Europe. There was just a $3 difference but the cheaper one was better.

Insider's reporter was surprised to experience more luxury perks on a business-class train than first class while traveling in Italy and Switzerland.