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Ben Hooper is determined to swim across the Atlantic Ocean.The 38-year-old British man left Senegal on Sunday to swim all the way to the coast of Brazil... Read More

The “David Bowie Is” exhibition is the first international retrospective on the artist’s life and career, and is now officially the most-visited exhibit... Read More

Why take a mini-moon or a week-long honeymoon when you and your new life partner can celebrate the nuptials with an entire year-long adventure?Luxury... Read More

Brazil’s government is considering waiving visas for tourists from the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan, as part of an effort to make the... Read More

After months of health precautions, dozens of media reports and a few controversial social media posts, the Rio Olympics has concluded Zika-free,... Read More

While the United States gymnastics team may have spent the days leading up to the Olympics training day and night, they spent the day of the closing... Read More

This story originally appeared on time.com. Put the 2016 Olympics in the books. The Rio Games have offered world records, graceful moments,... Read More

There were plenty of history-making moments at this year’s Olympics. As Rio 2016 comes to an end take a trip back in time and check out the most... Read More

This story originally appeared on time.com. Ryan Lochte sparked an international spectacle full of chaos and confusion this week when he claimed... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com.Even if an Olympic athlete does not go home with a medal, they’ll be going home with a bunch of free gear... Read More

All eyes have been on Rio, but visitors shouldn't overlook the vibrant São Paulo. Brazil’s financial capital is one of the most populous cities in... Read More

French street artist JR has turned three almost-Olympic athletes into actual larger-than-life scaffolding structures installed around Rio de Janeiro. ... Read More

This Christmas, look beyond the wassail and hot chocolate and find inspiration for an incredible cocktail party with drinks from around the world.... Read More

Whether you're one of the thousands of people flocking to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games or traveler planning a bucket-list trip... Read More

This story originally appeared on time.com. Just as the Olympics attract the world’s best athletes, the Games also lure many of the world’s greatest... Read More

This story originally appeared on time.com.The water in the Rio Olympics diving pool turned from a crystal blue to a murky green ... Read More

If you’ve been paying attention to the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, you may have noticed how colorful the city of Rio de Janeiro is. It’s not just blue... Read More

The famous beaches of Rio de Janeiro are surrounded by mountains. On one side stands Mount Corcovado, most well known for its 30-foot tall statue... Read More

With all eyes on Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Olympics, it seems a good time to get to know the city a bit more intimately. After all, there... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com.The Olympic Opening Ceremony and its winding parade of nations are a television mega-event. But the... Read More

The Rio 2016 Olympics officially kicked off Friday night with an opening ceremony fit for Brazil. Arrival of the Africans #OpeningCeremony #olympics ... Read More

Athletes, officials, and fans from around the globe are descending on Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games. Over four million tickets have been... Read More

The Olympic torch has been headed to Rio de Janeiro since the first of May, and pretty much since then news coverage of the 2016 Olympic Games has... Read More

Andrew Zimmern is best known for traveling the globe in search of the world’s most bizarre dishes. But when he’s not tasting horse rib or... Read More

This story originally appeared on money.com.If all the pre-Olympic hype has you wishing you could jump on a plane to Rio, there’s still time to cobble... Read More

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