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Daily Pulse: Stories You Need to Read for Oct. 22, 2015

Impacting Travel | Josh Lew | October 22, 2015

Daily Pulse: Stories You Need to Read for Oct. 22, 2015

Here are the stories you need to know to keep your finger on the pulse of the travel world for Thursday, Oct. 22.

CNN’s Inside Africa travels to one of the world’s last truly wild places, Botswana’s Okavango Delta, in a dugout canoe… See the video of what they found on Inside Africa.

London might not be as expensive as everyone claims. It’s now cheaper to ride a bus in the English metropolis than it is to travel by tuk tuk in Bangkok, Thailand… Read more from the Daily Mail.  

What rights do you have when you get bumped from premium class? You should get a full refund of money or airline miles, but that doesn’t always happen… Read more about what you should do in this situation from CN Traveler.

Want to score the latest fashions on your next trip? Forget Paris and Milan, the little town of Chencha, Ethiopia is where the fabrics for this year’s hottest looks are being created… Read more from CNN.

Travelers should be on the lookout for malicious Wi-Fi connections. You could get free internet access, but lose your personal information... Read about where malicious Wi-Fi is the most common from the Huffington Post.

Conflict, unrest and danger have been commonplace in Beirut in recent years. Even after its tumultuous history, the city is still a happening place that knows how to party… Read more from the Guardian.

The tiny Mediterranean nation of Malta is the best place to be an expat. A recent poll by InterNations showed that Malta had the highest percentage of job satisfaction among expats… Read more from Euronews.

If you are traveling south of the Equator this week, you may come across a whole lot of excited people. For the first time, all four of the semi-finalists in the Rugby Union World Cup are from the Southern Hemisphere (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and upstart Argentina)... Read more from the Sydney Morning Herald.

Beer for breakfast and chocolate for lunch: these are just two of the reasons that the Wall Street Journal has called Belgium Europe’s most underrated destination…. Read more from the WSJ


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