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Ferry runs aground in Chilean Fjords, 17 passengers rescued

Puerto Natales - A ferry carrying 17 passengers and a crew of 28 ran aground at Pass Kirke in the Chilean Fjords. All passengers and crew are unharmed but 40 tons of salmon were lost and more than 200 cattle drowned.

Modern aviation history in Split, Croatia as ECA hydroplane lands Special

Split - After 13 years of battling bureaucracy, a European Coastal Airlines hydroplane finally lands on the Adriatic in Split, Croatia.

Photo Essay: The sights of summer in the South Special

Nashville - For many, summer is a time for adventure and enjoying natures beauty, whether it's hiking, spending time at the lake, visiting a botanical garden or attending a county fair.

Don’t let driving law changes dent your vacation abroad

London - Whether hiring a car abroad or taking your own vehicle, there's a whole forest of road traffic laws. Worse, a different country means a different set of laws ready to catch out the unwary driver.

The women of Varanasi who are breaking away from stereotypes

Varanasi - Varanasi is an ancient seat of tradition in India. However, a few women in this diverse city are breaking stereotypes, and entering professions once dominated by men, from cremation duties to priestly ones.

Stalagmites, stalactites & busy bees in Kastania, Greece (Video)

Located on the Peloponnese peninsula in Greece is a truly amazing cave, discovered by a farmer, resting from his work, who happened to notice bees coming and going from a crack in a rock.

Op-Ed: Europe on the cheap: Yes you can!

Every year, American students in their droves venture out to Europe for a backpacking trip of a lifetime. But for most, the costs are

Photo Essay: Among the ruins of Bodmin Jail Special

Bodmin - Bodmin Jail is a historic former prison situated in Bodmin, on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. Recently Digital Journal paid a visit.

St Ives, Cornwall: A charming seaside town Special

Saint Ives - St Ives is a seaside town and port in Cornwall, England. The town is famous for its beaches and booming art community. This summer, Digital Journal paid a visit.

Extreme cyclist completes 530 kms in Himalayas in under 39 hours

Austrian extreme cyclist Jacob Zurl cycled over 530 kilometers (330 miles) of the Himalayas in just 38 hours and 40 minutes, the fastest-ever time. His team has officially applied to the Guinness Book of World Records.

Megabus passengers stranded in Spain when driver arrested

Girona - Sixty-two tourists were en route from London to Spain Sunday, when they were left stranded in Girona for seven hours after their driver was arrested. He was accused of falsifying his travel documents, which meant he was not allowed to carry passengers.

Jamaica Inn, Cornwall’s most famous smugglers' inn Special

Bodmin - Jamaica Inn is a Grade II listed building in the civil parish of Altarnun, Cornwall, England. It was made famous in the novel by Daphne du Maurier and various movie and television adaptations.

Review: King Arthur's Castle and the delights of Tintagel Special

Tintagel is a village situated on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall, England. Nearby is Tintagel Castle, associated with the legends surrounding King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table.

The witches cave of Zugarramurdi, Spain (Video)

Zugarramurdi - You missed the ceremony during this year's summer solstice, but it would be worthwhile planning to visit Zugarramurdi in 2015. Home of witchcraft and other pagan practices, the past is brought back to life in this town every year.

Hike the 'Route of the Faces' at Buendía, Spain (Video)

Cuenca - Curving along next to the Buendía dam in the Cuenca province of Castilla la Mancha is a fascinating hiking route, unlike any other in Spain. This is the "Ruta de las Caras," or in English, the "Route of the Faces" and it is well worth the hike.

Thomson & Thomas Cook sued by 70 tourists after stomach bug

A group of 70 British tourists, who traveled to Mallorca and Menorca through the services of travel companies Thomson and Thomas Cook, are now suing after becoming seriously ill from stomach bugs due to food served at the hotels as well as poor hygiene.

Catoira, Spain and the annual attack of the Vikings (Video)

Catoira - Every year a hoard of "bloodthirsty" Vikings head down the Ulla River and disembark at Catoira in Galicia in northern Spain. While this might sound a little terrifying, its actually a whole load of fun and the blood tastes suspiciously like red wine.

Denis Gugic wins 299th Alka knight tournament in Sinj, Croatia

Sinj - One of Croatia's oldest and proudest events, the Sinj Alka knights' tournament, is won in front of the president by Denis Gugic.

Going to Helsinki? Relax at the Airport's 'Yoga Gate'!

Helsinki - Helsinki Airport recently launched its 24-hour “Yoga Gate” service located near gate 30, which offers passengers yoga classes to help them relax and beat jet lag.
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