Authorities had initially said the beach — a massive draw for Thailand’s more than 38 million tourists — was going to be closed for four months, but the re-opening was repeatedly postponed.
The Nigerian accent took 29th place and we even have an excerpt you can try reading.
The offer follows experts saying it could take as much as 20 years to repair the damage.
Far-right conspiracy sites believe Notre Dame is France’s 9/11.
‘We will do everything possible to keep customers informed and minimise the impact of any strike action,’ Comair said.
A fire that spread from the attic of Notre-Dame cathedral on Monday has caused its spire to crash to the ground and devastated Paris’s historical monument.

Fury at German band Rammstein’s ‘repulsive’ Holocaust clip

Critics accused the Berlin-based group’s new promotional clip of being a cynical publicity stunt.

Vodacom’s ‘free’ data rollovers come with some serious Ts&Cs

The fine print on their new data rollover deals means free isn’t really free.

Cape Town tourism on the mend after decline partly caused by drought

The December performance was impacted by shortened school holidays, negatively affecting the leisure market, and a persisting drought. 

Seven South Africans released from China

They have completed their detention period and will be released and deported back to South Africa.

Collins Letsoalo to sue Prasa for R20m for defamation

He says Prasa group executive for human capital Bhekani Khumalo and former chairperson Popo Molefe were among individuals out to tarnish his image. 

South Africans beat global average of time spent on Pornhub

This allowed the global porn-streaming site to gain some insight into the porn-viewing habits of locals.

Saxon Hotel named world’s leading boutique hotel

Winners are based on the votes of travel professionals and consumers.

How engineers are straightening the Leaning Tower of Pisa

Many visitors take photos of friends ‘holding up’ the tower in the background.

Swiss hotels hire ‘Instagram-sitters’ to post photos for you

The service is available with the booking of any ibis hotel room in Geneva and Zurich until December 2.

Uber and Lyft users will soon earn loyalty points for their rides

Lyft Rewards launches next month in various cities, whilst Uber Rewards will start in nine US cities.

French hotels sue Airbnb claiming ‘unfair competition’

The French hotel association is seeking damages in line with the nightly rate charged by one illegal Paris renter.

‘Leaning Tower of Abu Dhabi’ hotel opens

Guests can cool off on the outdoor pool deck located on the 19th floor, and book a spa treatment at the Rayana Spa.

SA, Kenya to waive visa regulations

They are strengthening bilateral ties on immigration to ease the movement of people from both countries by waiving stringent visa regulations.

British Airways starts new London-Joburg services

The airline is also again increasing its daily winter Cape Town schedule to provide double-daily summer flights from London.


 


 


 

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