If you have dietary restrictions, eating at restaurants in another country when you can’t speak the language can be a difficult or sometimes even life-threatening ordeal. Pocket-size, translated cards to show the restaurant staff can make things a little less stressful. Just make sure they include a couple of important details.
Google Flights is already awesome for searching and tracking flight prices. However, they just updated the tool to make it even more useful: It will now tell you when to book to get the best deal.
Donald Trump has a shot at becoming one of the world’s most powerful men. We’ve reached the carbon tipping point for Global Warming on Earth. Pauline Hanson is on the Australian Government’s National Broadband Network (NBN) committee. Kind of makes you want to jump on a spaceship and leave this world behind, doesn’t it?
Good news! You can sign up to become a citizen of Asgardia, a space-based nation that is currently at the early planning stage. So how would that work out for Australian citizens? Will you lose your citizenship if you want to be a part of Asgardia? Let’s find out.
Packing a cheap lighter with your outdoor gear is always a good idea. Even if it runs out of fuel or the plastic casing breaks, it’s still a great fire-starting tool.
Practically every country has implemented a handful of food bans that seem strange and arbitrary to outsiders. (In Australia, it’s antibiotic- and certain hormone-infused meats, which are perfectly legal in many other countries.) If you’re planning to travel abroad, it pays to know which everyday foodstuffs might get you in trouble at your destination. This infographic looks at 12 unusual examples, from jelly cups (banned in Europe) to Kangaroo meat (banned in California.)