Nepal to reopen for foreigners, but what should hikers consider for ethical travel before heading into the mountains? | Outdoor & Extreme

Nepal is reopening to foreign visitors on October 17 after nearly eight months of lockdown and while there are rules in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus, at least one expert believes you should go beyond the mandatory requirements.

Visitors will need a negative Covid-19 PCR test within 72 hours of travelling. They will then have to quarantine in a hotel for seven days at their own expense.

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SECRETS OF ROYAL TRAVEL Airs on PBS Nov. 15 & 22

The British Royal Family is the most well-traveled monarchy in history.

VIDEO: SECRETS OF ROYAL TRAVEL Airs on PBS Nov. 15 & 22

The British Royal Family is the most well-traveled monarchy in history. The Queen alone has been around the world 42 times, racking up over one million air miles. SECRETS OF ROYAL TRAVEL reveals the INSIDE STORY of the monarchy on the move, taking viewers inside some of the most famous and exclusive transport in the world.

This two-part series

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N.J. coronavirus travel advisory adds 3 states. Quarantine list now at 38 states and territories.

New Jersey on Tuesday added three states — Ohio, Michigan and Virginia — to its coronavirus travel advisory, bringing the list to 38 U.S. states and territories considered COVID-19 hotspots.

No states were dropped from the list.

The Garden State is asking travelers from 36 states and two territories to get a COVID-19 test and self-quarantine for 14 days after arriving here. That includes New Jersey residents returning home from

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FILM REVIEW: Ultraviolence – The BFI London Film Festival 2020

Writer: Tariq Mehmood

Director: Ken Fero

Deaths by police action inflamed our summer, sparking the #BlackLivesMatter protests but while the most famous cases have happened in America, Ken Fero’s new film, Ultraviolence highlights the story of several UK families whose relatives have died in police custody after excessive force was used and their subsequent quest for prosecution. Unsparing in its anatomy of failures of the justice system, Fero’s film is

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Traverse City Beer Week includes ‘ale trail’ tour, brew-themed prizes

TRAVERSE CITY, MICH. — One of Michigan’s best beer towns will be celebrating its craft beverage scene for an entire week this fall, albeit with a few twists for 2020.

The much-loved annual Traverse City Beer Week returns this year from November 13-20, and in lieu of big public gatherings for the event, its new main feature is a self-guided tour along the Beer Week “Ale Trail.”

Attendees will use

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All-New stayAPT Suites Hotel Brand Launches in U.S.

With hotel-lodging veteran Gary A. DeLapp at the helm, stayAPT Suites is poised for both a successful launch and long-term presence in the industry segment. President and CEO DeLapp is known for his notable contributions within the hotel industry, especially in the extended stay segment, with previous executive leadership roles served at Woodspring Suites, Extended Stay America, and Invitation Homes.

“For too long, it’s been status-quo for long-term lodging guests

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Festivals of the future ‘won’t be limited by time and space’: CEO

Post-pandemic music and theater performances are likely to use a hybrid model, according to the chief executive of one of Singapore’s largest arts centers.

Yvonne Tham, CEO of Esplanade, told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” that a mixture of in-person and streamed performances are set to be common in the future.

“Many artists are really open now to what’s known as hybrid, which (means they) may be performing in a particular

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Pick up a luxury luggage deal with Amazon Prime Day and be set for that travel bubble


While travel doesn’t appear to be on the horizon for many Australians just yet, there’s no harm in preparing yourself for when the glorious time comes.

You’ll also save a few dollars if you plan in advance — why leave your travel purchases until the last minute when you can save on luggage now and be ready to go at a moment’s notice?

As part of Amazon Prime Day 2020,

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PA Expands Travel Quarantine List Again, Now Up To 26 States

PENNSYLVANIA — The number of states on Pennsylvania’s travel quarantine list continues to grow, as health officials look to contain the spread of the virus from other hotspots around the country.

Alaska, Indiana, and North Carolina are now on the list, bringing the total number of states to 26. This comes just days after four new states were added on Oct. 7. In the last update, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, and

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Nightstream: BLOODY HELL Review – Bizarre Horror Comedy Proves You Can Only Beat Crazy With Crazy

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Directed by Alister Grierson

Written by Robert Benjamin

Starring Ben O’Toole, Meg Fraser, Caroline Craig


Premiering at the supergroup virtual festival, Nightstream, director Alister Grierson’s genre mashup Bloody Hell is one of the surprise discoveries found in the glorious pile of genre gems amassed by the combined efforts of the Overlook Film Fest, Brooklyn Horror Film Fest, North Bend, BUFF and Popcorn Frights. You wouldn’t think that a heist film,

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Holey Moley: Former Texas State golfer Sarah White’s leap from mini-tour unknown to Symetra Tour winner better than Hollywood – Sports – Austin American-Statesman

Sarah White has known since age 5 that she wanted to be a professional golfer.

When a producer from ABC’s “Holey Moley” discovered her on Instagram and asked if she would be interested in trying out for the extreme mini-golf show, it wasn’t exactly the role she’d pictured growing up. But she’s competitive, and well, why not? It could be fun.

“I don’t know how to train for this,” White

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JC Schools doesn’t recommend policy classifying teachers as essential workers

The Jefferson City School District decided Monday not to recommend a policy for consideration to the board that would have deemed school staff as essential workers. 

“We heard our staff and families — this is not something they are comfortable with at this time — and so the district did not recommend the policy for consideration by the board,” district spokeswoman Ryan Burns said. 

District officials reached out for input

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Readers offer their best travel tips – Lifestyle – Times Record

Planning to hit the road for some fun family times this fall? Travel has been severely curtailed over the past months, but as things open up now and in the future, make sure you pack these tips to help save time, money and maybe even a few frazzled nerves.

Photocopies Just In Case

Before you leave, make two photocopies of everything in your wallet, both front and back (credit card,

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City vacations take a big Covid-19 hit as travelers turn to rural areas

Around the world, cities are taking a pounding from Covid-19 as travelers are avoiding visiting large conurbations during the global pandemic. In turn, tourism numbers in metropolises have plummeted. In Madrid, tourist arrivals dropped by 63.8% during the first half of 2020.



a person in a wet city street in the rain: With Broadway closed through May 2021 and NYC's Times Square looking very different these days, many travelers are passing on the urban vacation.


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With Broadway closed through May 2021 and NYC’s Times Square looking very different these days, many travelers are passing on the urban vacation.

The

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Brainerd lakes airport gears up for holiday travel, advises buying tickets early

In partnership with Delta, and in following the guidelines of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, seat spacing, mask requirements and additional health safety measures of the Delta CareStandard remain in effect.

“They have been highly effective in maintaining the health safety of our passengers, as well as of our staff, both on the ground and in the air,” Airport Director Steve Wright said

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Covid World Map: Tracking the Global Outbreak


The coronavirus pandemic has sickened more than 38,135,400 people, according to official counts. As of Wednesday morning, at least 1,085,600 people have died, and the virus has been detected in nearly every country, as these maps show.



Average daily cases per 100,000 people in the past week

Share of population with a reported case

Double-click to zoom into the map.

Use two fingers

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Spider-Man Miles Morales On PS5 Has No Loading Screens, Even When Fast Travelling

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Now that Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is GameInformer’s cover story a bunch of information about the title has been released, including the fact that the game has no loading screens on PS5, even when you are fast travelling.

This is an impressive feat and it will undoubtedly make for a great uninterrupted gameplay sequence gaming session when people get their hands on the title. It will truly be a proper

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Misinformation, opposition dog city’s plan to convert two hotels into housing

Getting homeless people off the street and into permanent homes is not a controversial idea. Getting people to agree on where they should live, however, can be a tough sell.

San Diego city officials are experiencing that challenge once again as plans move forward to buy two hotels that could house 400 homeless people who are staying at a temporary shelter in the San Diego Convention Center.

The proposal to

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Luxury Travel Market Critical Analysis with Expert Opinion: Travcoa, Zicasso, Backroads

Edison, NJ — (SBWIRE) — 10/13/2020 — The latest update of Global Luxury Travel Market study provides comprehensive information on the development activities by industry players, growth opportunities and market sizing for Luxury Travel, complete with analysis by key segments, leading and emerging players, and geographies. The 120 page study covers the detailed business overview of each profiled players, its complete research and market development history with latest news and

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Three states added to New York’s travel quarantine list; hot spots still an issue

This story was reported by Catherine Carrera, Matthew Chayes, Bart Jones, David Reich-Hale, Joie Tyrrell and John Valenti. It was written by Jones.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Tuesday that Ohio, Michigan and Virginia were added to the list of states and territories with high levels of COVID-19 infection and from which travelers must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival here.

No places were removed

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