So you want to be a space tourist

Posted on: September 30th, 2009 Posted by Stewart Perry

July 20 1969. US spaceman and ultimate adventurer Neil Armstrong is the first man to set foot on the beloved natural satellite, confirming man’s capacity to conquer adversity and ejecting thousands of little boys and girls into dreamscapes in the process. Space travel is here, at least if you’re mega rich. Space Adventures, a Virginia-based [...]

Iceland, inexpensive and beckoning

Posted on: September 30th, 2009 Posted by Tiffany Phillips

Holidaymakers searching for an affordable stay in an exiting destination where nature is immediately at hand could discover that a holiday in the Nordic country of Iceland gives them the opportunity to find what they are looking for. Following the country’s recent quite-dramatic financial debacles, Iceland has witnessed a decrease in prices due to the [...]

Samoan Islands Stricken By Deadly Tsunami

Posted on: September 30th, 2009 Posted by Sharon Miller

An area popular with foreign tourists on Samoan island has been leveled by a devastating tsunami that swept across the Pacific island nation, killing hundreds and ruining lives in the process. The country’s deputy Prime Minister, Misa Telefoni, told reporters that Island residents and visitors had almost no time to brace for the impact of [...]

Heathrow Terminal 2 Refurbishment Begins

Posted on: September 30th, 2009 Posted by Robert Jones

Demolition of the rest of Terminal 2 will begin in January 2010 In London, the demolition Heathrow Airport’s oldest building has started to make place for a £1bn refurbishment. The 54 year old Queen’s Building at Heathrow’s Terminal 2 will be completely leveled by January 2010 when demolition of the remaining parts of the terminal [...]

Europcar Announces the Launch Of New Mobile Phone Service

Posted on: September 30th, 2009 Posted by Abi Bray

Now that more than 8 million adults in the UK are getting on the internet by way of mobile phone, it only seems natural that Europcar, which is one of Europe’s leading car hire companies, has launched a brand new car booking on the go service for mobile phones. This new service can now be [...]

Andrew Adonis, the UK Government’s Transport Secretary, has launched a £14m package which will transform facilities on offer for cyclists at train stations and promote healthier, greener transit. During the next two years, the package will see that a series of measures, including ‘Cycle Hubs’ to be featured at 10 major UK rail stations as [...]