Phoenix City in the Evening

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

Daily Photo – Phoenix City in the Evening Here in Feng Huang, it’s good to go on a bit of an adventure at night to get the best shots. Then the entire city is very walkable, but there can be a lot of confusing twists and turns. I love getting lost in these old cities […]

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Shanghai in the Rain

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

Daily Photo – Hong Kong in the Rain On one of our crossings, the rain started to howl down so we popped out the umbrella. I usually don’t include the umbrella as a prop for these sorts of scenes, but I thought it made for a nice contextual element. There is a ferry that goes […]

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Foggy Morning in Shanghai

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

The Closest This is the closest that Hollywood has ever gotten to a DMT experience! Daily Photo – Foggy Morning in Shanghai Early one morning, I woke up to get sunrise photos, but it turned out to be rather foggy. I decided to launch the quad to get photos of these three massive skyscrapers poking […]

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Hyatt Offering 10,000 Points For Non-Refundable Reservations

Written by From the Newsroom @ Mighty Travels

Hyatt announced that they will be giving 10,000 World of Hyatt bonus points to guests that booked a non-refundable rate. This will count for passengers that decided they don’t wish or are prevented from travel as a result of the Coronavirus. Hyatt Offering 10,000 Points For Non-Refundable Reservations Hyatt will be waiving cancellations fees for […]

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Hotel Used For Quarantine In Southeastern China Suddenly Collapses, 71 People Trapped & 4 Killed

Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby

On top of the Coronavirus now the patients in China have to deal with the quarantine facilities collapsing upon them as it happened last night to a hotel in Quanzhou, China’s eastern Fujian province. The hotel had been transformed into a quarantine center but suddenly in the middle of the night starting to collapse, burying […]

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Hong Kong in the Fog

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

Team of Ameteurs vs. one professional This is hilarious. Team of amateurs vs 1 NBA player from gifs Daily Photo – Hong Kong in the Fog This is a view of Hong Kong from my room there at The Ritz-Carlton on my last morning there. It was absolutely surreal to watch the fog roll in […]

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American Airlines Change Fee Waiver

Written by From the Newsroom @ Mighty Travels

American Airlines just announced that they’ll be waiving change fees for travel purchased between March 1 and 16, 2020. They are the latest airline that is offering waivers for tickets, following JetBlue and Alaska Airlines. American Airlines suspended all operations to mainland China The first step American Airlines took was to cut back on their […]

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Communist Relics in Chengdu

Written by Stu Davidson @ Stuck in Customs

Sir Patrick Stewart and Ricky Gervais I don’t know if you’ve seen this or not, but both the final scene and the outtakes are hilarious! Final Scene: Outtakes: Sir Patrick Stewart and Ricky Gervais cannot stop laughing while filming a scene from videos Daily Photo – Communist Relics in Chengdu A lot of these old […]

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DLD 278: ICAOn’t even figure out WHO is managing China policies

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

As governments and the traveling public continue to respond to the corona virus outbreak in China it is spectacularly unclear who, if anyone, is coordinating a coherent global response. Hooray!
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