The Radar: 10 Thrilling Airports, Iceberg Diving in Newfoundland, How to Travel With Friends
- Always on the lookout for exciting new travel destinations? As the saying goes, often what’s more rewarding is the journey itself—in this case, the flight. From the low-flying, almost beachcombing landings in St. Maarten to the high-altitude (6,588 ft.) Courchevel Airport in the French Alps, read on to hear more on the world’s 10 Most Thrilling Airports. [Airfare Watchdog]
- If you’re a diver, iceberg diving in Newfoundland may be the most unconventional, otherworldly, and adventurous way to go about your summer vacation. Hundreds of icebergs (most the size of 15-story buildings) float from Greenland’s glaciers down to Newfoundland every summer. Read more on how to explore their beauty underwater. [Globe and Mail]
- Traveling with a friend is tricky, and with it will come either adventures that foster fond memories, or disasters fit for Hollywood comedy scripts. Learn how to avoid the latter outcome with Lonely Planet’s guide to traveling with friends. [Lonely Planet]
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