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Man gives woman with ex-girlfriend's name a free world trip

Man gives woman with ex-girlfriend's name a free world trip

Jordan Axani planned to travel the world with his girlfriend -- until they broke up. After an online hunt he's found someone with the same name to travel with
Americans won't be traveling in droves to Cuba just yet

Americans won't be traveling in droves to Cuba just yet

The Obama administration eased travel restrictions to Cuba on Wednesday, but the wait for Cuban beaches and cigars continues
Sharing economy to shake up travel in 2015

Sharing economy to shake up travel in 2015

CNN's Richard Quest explores how shared economy sites like Airbnb and Feastly will continue to disrupt the world of travel next year
 'Botlers,' 'braggies' and the sharing economy: What will travel look like in 2015?

'Botlers,' 'braggies' and the sharing economy: What will travel look like in 2015?

If travel experts are right, we'll be wearing hotel keys, eating at local's homes and likely heading to Asia
Turbulence injures passengers on American Airlines flight

Turbulence injures passengers on American Airlines flight

Flight from Seoul to Dallas diverted after intense winter storm shakes cabin, causing injuries
Ancient pharaoh statue rises again in Egypt

Ancient pharaoh statue rises again in Egypt

A 42-foot statue of Pharaoh Amenhotep III restored to its former grandeur has been unveiled in the ancient city of Luxor
Highlights from the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

Highlights from the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

Because there's nothing like a set of beautiful images from around the world to inspire travel plans
Passenger accused of throwing hot water at flight attendant

Passenger accused of throwing hot water at flight attendant

The "hot watergate" incident forced a China-bound Thai AirAsia flight to return to Bangkok, angering passengers, the Chinese government and public
The New Silk Road: The world's longest train journey

The New Silk Road: The world's longest train journey

China is known for chasing superlatives -- now it can add marathon train journeys to its growing list of unparalleled achievements
Passengers livid after delays at Heathrow

Passengers livid after delays at Heathrow

Air traffic delays create long lines of angry passengers at Heathrow Airport
Peru claims Greenpeace damaged ancient Nazca Lines

Peru claims Greenpeace damaged ancient Nazca Lines

Greenpeace hosted a stunt at the ancient site to focus on climate change