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Vaccinated Americans are traveling to these vacation destinations

As travel restrictions continue to ease around the globe in response to coronavirus vaccination rates, Americans are looking forward to seeing the world.

More than 43% of Americans say they wouldn’t feel guilty about traveling right now and 77.6% of Americans say they have a summer vacation planned already, according to an updated travel report from Destination Analysts.


When it comes to where vaccinated Americans intend to go as the pandemic winds down, Satchelle Global CEO Edyta Satchell told Fox News that certain parameters are driving current travel trends.


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Israeli backpacker ‘stuck’ in Bright reflects on travel in pandemic | The Border Mail

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A fictional television show about two daughters who reunited after 20 years and took on their father’s cattle station, was the thing that first sparked Israeli national Ofer Shamir’s interest in travelling to Australia. “As a teenager I really liked ‘McLeod’s Daughters’,” Ms Shamir said. “I really wanted to come to Australia, so when I got the chance to, I was like ‘ok, that sounds like a good idea’.” Ms Shamir has been living in Bright for about two months, after arriving in Australia in January last year. She sat down with The Border Mail for a chat

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Midnight Oil and Tame Impala win top honours at Australian music awards | Music

Midnight Oil took home the highest honour of the Australian Performing Rights Association (Apras) awards on Wednesday night, winning the peer-voted song of the year category for Gadigal Land.

The band’s first single in 17 years, Gadigal Land came from their mini album the Makarrata Project, a collection of seven songs released in 2020. Featuring collaborations with First Nations leaders and artists, all proceeds from the project went to organisations working to elevate the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

A political anthem of rage and healing, Gadigal Land is a multilingual song written by Rob Hirst, Gadigal and Dunghutti poet

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Why Is Fashion Talking About Regenerative Farming?

Fashion, like politics, loves a buzzword — especially when it comes to the environment. Sustainability! Circularity! They just tripped off the tongue. And now there’s a new favorite in town: regenerative.

In January, the luxury group Kering, owner of Gucci and Saint Laurent (among other brands), was a co-founder of the Regenerative Fund for Nature, aimed at converting one million hectares (2.47 million acres) of land producing raw materials for fashion from regular farmland to regenerative agriculture in five years.

In February, the New Zealand Merino Company announced that it has joined with Allbirds, Icebreaker and Smartwool to create the

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Man killed in hiking accident in Cottonwood Canyon

EMERY COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – A 24-year-old man is dead after a hiking accident in Cottonwood Canyon.

The Emery County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) says the accident happened on Thursday, April 22 in the Canyon above Orangeville.

ECSO says the man, identified as Matthew J. Schnitzer of New York, had been camping with his friend for about a week when he decided to go hiking on Thursday.

Schnitzer’s friend later decided to return to their campsite, while Schnitzer continued hiking.

When Schnitzer didn’t return to camp, his friend started looking for him, placing a

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South China Morning PostFrom poste restante to pay phones, how the internet changed travelTalking of music, backpacker bottlenecks from Khao San Road, Bangkok, to Kuta Beach, Bali, always boasted counterfeit cassette tape, VCD and …21 hours ago

South China Morning PostFrom poste restante to pay phones, how the internet changed travelTalking of music, backpacker bottlenecks from Khao San Road, Bangkok, to
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Watch the Animated Music Video for Jennifer Nettles’ Jazzy Rendition of ‘Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat’

Get an exclusive look at the animated music video for Grammy-winning country star Jennifer Nettles’ cover of “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat,” from Guys and Dolls, below. The song is one of 10 featured on the Sugarland favorite’s upcoming musical theatre-themed release, Always Like New. The track is already available, with the full album dropping via Concord Records June 25.

Accompanying the brassy rendition of the Frank Loesser hit is an animation in a style reminiscent of the intro to another Broadway-friendly work: The Nanny. Nettles calls the arrangement, which also features the Tony-honored chorus Broadway Inspirational Voices,

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New Images Reveal Dev Patel in R-Rated Fantasy Film

Hot damn! Look at that… Irish scenery.


A24 knows its audience, because it just released some hot new images for its hot summer releases, and it doesn’t really get hotter than David Lowery’s The Green Knight. This movie has been high in many a fan’s list of most anticipated films since it was announced all the way back in 2018, and with the film facing release delay after release delay, that anticipation has been coming to a boil.

Thankfully, the new images released by A24 serve to remind us that we’re getting ever so close to the summer release

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Weather causes planting delays down south

XtremeAg’s Chad Henderson, Lee Lubbers, and Dan Luepkes are watching the weather to make their planting decisions. Cooler temperatures have been felt in the South this past week, causing a halt in planting.

Chad Henderson – Madison, Alabama

A fifth-generation farmer, Chad farms over 8,000 acres with his dad, son, and nephew as a part of Henderson Farms in northern Alabama. Chad grows corn, soybeans, and wheat in what had been mostly a dryland environment until 2012 when he added the first irrigation systems to Henderson Farms.

We are running an Excelerator over the ground that we had our corn

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