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1. Mount Agung Volcano Forces Airport in Bali to Close
An increase in the amount of ash and smoke from Mount Agung volcano in Bali has led authorities to close Denpasar International Airport. The airport, the main gateway to one of the region's most popular tourist destinations, closed this morning (27 November 2017 at 07:00) and will definitely remain closed until at least 28 November 2017 at 07:00 local time.
2. Extreme Adrenaline Pumping Holidays
Flight search and comparison website, cheapflights.com.au, has named the most extreme destinations topping the ‘if I’m brave enough’ lists of 2014. Ideas include Swimming with Sharks – Fiji, Volcano Bungee Jumping – Chile, Cycling Death Road - La Paz, Bolivia, BASE jumping – Mexico, Tour a war zone, Trekking - Dolomites in Italy, Sandboarding in Oman, Surfing Jaws Break in Hawaii,
3. Explore Holidays launches Cycling Holidays
Explore Holidays launches Cycling Holidays. Explore Holidays, an Australia-based travel wholesaler, has put the wheels in motion on a range of unique cycling experience that include the ride of a lifetime - swooping down a volcano in Hawaii! Explore’s two wheel adventures cover the USA, Vietnam, Thailand and more.
4. Yogyakarta Ready to Welcome Back Tourists
Yogyakarta Ready to Welcome Back Tourists. The Indonesian city of Yogyakarta and surrounding areas are once again safe and fully accessible for tourists following the eruption of the nearby Mount Merapi volcano in October. Most of the tourist infrastructure has not been affected by the eruption and the rapid response of the Indonesian authorities and
5. Volcanic Ash Crisis Cost Airlines $1.7 Billion
Volcanic Ash Crisis Cost Airlines $1.7 Billion. IATA today estimated that the Icelandic volcano crisis cost airlines more than $1.7 billion in lost revenue through Tuesday (20 April 2010)- six days after the initial eruption. For a three-day period (17-19 April), when disruptions were greatest, lost revenues are estimated to have reached $400 million per day.
6. Some Novel Things to do in South Australia
Some Novel Things to do in South Australia. Camel riding, anyone? Dine in the outback? Fancy exploring a city built on the slopes of a volcano? If you are looking for something out of the ordinary in extraordinary places, we have a mix-match of Must See, Must Do's in South Australia.
7. Horwath HTL Confirms New dates for ANZPHIC 2011 Conference
Horwath HTL Australia has confirmed the revised dates of the ANZPHIC 2011 conference it hosts. The event was postponed last week due to travel chaos caused by ash from a volcano in Chile.
8. Aloft Taipei Beitou to Open in January 2017
The second Aloft hotel in Taiwan, the Aloft Taipei Beitou will open in January 2017. The 292-room Aloft Taipei Beitou hotel is just steps from various hot spring destinations, and a five-minute stroll to two MRT stations enables easy access to Taipei’s downtown area and attractions. Beitou is surrounded by the Datun Volcano Group and faces the lush green environs of Guandu Plain.

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