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Masters, Kim Kardashian and 5 Must-Read Travel Stories

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | April 10, 2015

Masters, Kim Kardashian and 5 Must-Read Travel Stories

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The Kardashians took a trip, Godzilla found a home and we have a week of awesome to cover.

And you read that right, the giant lizard monster of so many films is now a resident in Japan, but we will get to that shortly.

Here is our moment to ask you to send us your stories you think need some love as wild travel news of note.

Until then, sit back and read through what was a truly mesmerizing week around the world, which also included inexpensive food at a sporting event.

We told you it was a weird one.

Godzilla-Sized Ambassador

Japan’s Shinjuku ward welcomed a new resident and ambassador for local tourism. Perhaps you’ve heard of him.

He goes by the name Godzilla and his ability to leave cities decimated is uncanny.

Read More: Godzilla Named Japanese Tourism Ambassador and Special Resident

Pillow Fight!

Earlier this week marked the annual International Pillow Fight, which meant adults across the globe swatted one another with pillows.

We leave you with this thought. How is this not a weekly occurrence?

Read More: The Annual International Pillow Fight Looks Like One Big Hilarious Party

Kardashians Take Over Armenia

The Kardashians traveled to Armenia with the kind of reserved humility that has marked their rise to International fame.

Just kidding, they were met with swarms of flashing bulbs, cameras and paparazzi the minute they left the plane.

Read More: The Massive Kardashian Invasion of Armenia Has Begun

The Big Man’s Plight

Bigger passengers know all too well how hard it is to fly. Now imagine being a behemoth Strongman like Brian Shaw.

This video found new life on the Internet this week. One glimpse at the big man in cramped confines and you will see why.

Read More: Watch A Very Big Man Board a Very Small Plane

Masterful Eats

The Masters kicked off once again, welcoming droves of golf enthusiasts to its hallowed grounds.

Once again the food is delicious and, strangely, cheap. A few bucks will actually get you a full meal and a nice beer to wash it all down. Other sports, please take note.

Read More: Tradition of Delicious and Cheap Food Alive and Well in Augusta at 2015 Masters


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