With over 5,000 public airports across the continental United States, there's no shortage of busy hubs where people can travel quickly from one destination to another. Some are little more than a few terminals whereas others are enormous structures that serve millions of travelers every year.
We often think of a country as a sprawling landmass that contains numerous distinct regions and administrative centers. However, as we will shortly see, some countries are no more than a small dot on a map. The smallest countries in the world range from tiny island nations to ancient microstates within western Europe.
Although it's difficult to determine how many islands exist throughout the world, we do have a lot of information about the largest ones. Some of the largest islands in the world are a single country/territory whereas others are home to more than one country.
Learn different ways to feature maps your special events. People love to share stories of their adventures. Feature a map and encourage your guests to participate in sharing their stories of travels and adventures!
The 7 Wonders of the Modern World, also known as the New 7 Wonders of the World, are a series of monuments that have been recognized as the greatest man-made structures still in existence.
In 2000, a campaign was undertaken to vote on new world wonders that would serve as an alternative to the already established list of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. After more than 100 million total votes, the winners were finally announced in 2007.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to study abroad or to live in another country? We recently had the opportunity to interview Heidi Giancola, a 24 year old Anthropology graduate who studied abroad in England.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Heidi Giancola, a 24 year old Anthropology graduate who teaches English in Japan. Over the course of our conversation, we learned what it's like to teach language abroad and to integrate into a foreign culture. On top of this, we learned many interesting facts about Japan itself!
Most people love to travel but an overwhelming majority would rather leave the logistics to someone else. If you could close your eyes when you step into the airport and then open them back up once you've arrived at a tropical beach, would you?