Car owners from 4700 cities across America and Canada have already listed their cars for rent by the day with the car sharing app TURO. Tech experts say car sharing will quickly become the favorite way for owners to subsidize their payment. More from Forbes.
I was in Panama a few years back and even then you could tell this small Central American country is on it’s way up when it comes to attracting retirees from all over the world. Check out Panama’s top 10 cities or regions where your bucks can stretch much longer than you thought. Read the InsiderMoney news.
President Trump recklessly announced that he’s pulling the United States out of the Paris Agreement. Leaders everywhere responded resolutely with strong signals that they are going to continue to move forward despite his stance. More from NRDC.
Being on a budget doesn’t mean you’re stuck with a domestic destination for your next trip. Falling airfares and favorable exchange rates stretch your dollars to make the most of your trip. Mexico, South Africa, Ecuador, Greece and Morocco are all candidates for your dream low-cost vacation. More from Skyscanner guide.
Passage of the Senate Republican health care bill in the U.S. is far from certain. By 2026, about 22 million more Americans would be uninsured. In Canada, they’re fortunate to have a universal public system that covers all Canadian patients, regardless of previous illnesses or recent changes in medications. Surgical and procedural fees are lower as are malpractice insurance and administrative costs. Drug costs — while high — are still less than in the U.S. No one faces unaffordable premiums or deductibles. Because of this, Canada, Mexico, India and several other countries are booming in medical tourism patients. More here.
The Oscar of the tourism industry has announced its nominees for the World Travel Award 2017. This year Ecuador is competing in several categories with a total of 36 nominations. Read more on the TRAVEL MOLE
The ranking by Henley & Partners, a citizenship and planning firm, takes into account how many countries can be visited without applying for a visa. German passport holders can travel to 176 out of a possible 218, while Britons can visit 173. More from THE TELEGRAPH. Photo by Alamy.
In order to create the cloud, Lapiz used “ultrasonic humidifiers to vibrate tequila at a frequency that actually turned it into visible mist,” according to AdWeek. This mist was then condensed into liquid form, which then fell in the form of alcoholic rain. More from Travel and Leisure