It’s constantly around us, even while we travel. At hotels, on motorcoaches, and even in the air 30,000 feet up. Wi-Fi has become a travel necessity in today’s highly-connected world, but what does it even mean?
Interest surrounding the romance and wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has been a boon for Britain tourism - and that’s ramped up exponentially with the impending arrival of the couple’s first child.
David Johnston stands over a table full of peculiar items confiscated at Dulles International Airport: A glittery clutch with brass knuckles as a clasp. A perfume bottle shaped like a grenade. A rusted circular saw blade. A pocket-sized pitchfork.
Philippine customs officials were astonished when they opened nicely gift-wrapped boxes of cookies and oatmeal flown in all the way from Poland and found a hair-raising contraband: hundreds of live tarantulas.